but I can tell Takeru genuinely loves that girl (forgot her name) and really care for her, so that really gives him a reason to be all sad and angry about the family. Although he wasn't all that close to the family, but he is close to the girl, and I think his anger & sadness is mainly for her sake, not his own. He cares for her very much and it saddens & infuriates him that her family was so cruelly taken away from her.MarcosPMA wrote:LOL at Takeru. I think he's the kinda guy that gets angry instead of sad, which is fine, except that there's no immediate outlet for his anger, so he just ends up flailing around ruining the scene. Adding to that, there's no real reason he should feel so much for the family, I mean, it's not like he formed a big emotional connection to them that one episode. It's rather overdone and puts me off a bit. You really can't blame the actor too much though, if the director keeps going with it then at that point I think it's a director's choice rather than an acting choice (cuz any actor worth his/her money will tell you that he's totally overdoing it.)
If you think about it, it makes sense. If I was in his position and there was someone I deeply cared about who had his family killed by a murderer, I would be really sad & furious too.
I'm sure we will eventually, I read on another forum that ep 16 is probably the episode when we'll get some answers to Ryuga's past. But I'm not sure since I haven't read the upcoming ep summaries.OOOKaiser wrote: Are we ever going to get a episode about Ryuga's past? We don't know much about when he was young and his mother. Also I realized Aguri is useless in close combat after getting his ass beat up by that madou horror.
As for Aguri, I see what you mean, I think every fighter has his/her strengths and weaknesses in combat. For Aguri, it looks like his weakness is close combat, as an archer, his strength is long-range/distant combat.