Right? It's kind of rushing although I didn't care much about human timeline (except someone that didn't make their appearance at the start/someone new and non-human such as Demon Lord, I watch them ultimately just because I want to know their plan and it seem interesting...)
I wouldn't mind them if they weren't annoying. Shun has two of the strongest powers. The power of bullshit and the power of being absolutely retarded 99% of the time. Hugo is crap, the teacher could be interesting, but her preaching is annoying. Vampire girl could be interesting, now we clearly see we are seeing to timelines. Kumoko being x (15?) years in the "past" and the annoying human's timeline being the present, Sophia (attacker) should be the vampire baby Kumoko saved.
that's what i've been thinking too, and why she said he should feel at least some of the pain I felt, aka the demon lord... and as you saw Kumoko killed the elves that were gonna steal the vampire baby... so it makes sense.
My problem is that they've hyped up this hero kid and bunch of adventurers who've sat around doing literally FA the entire series so far. The closest they came to an actual fight was when the dragon appeared and the tiny dragon fought it off by it's-self and then the Hero boy took all the credit for it. The protagonist spider, in comparison, has done nothing but fight life or death fights against MAJOR enemies.
In other words, the other reincarnations, Are CLAIMING TO BE amazing hero's while doing NOTHING. And the Spider, is fighting for her life just to survive, and because humans are putting them in-front of her cross-fire as she does so, they villainize her for her attempt at survival. This Hero kid has fought naught in this episode too. He was protected yet again, he's treat like a package and yet he's the Hero?
So we can all agree the human segments are lame but I can't be the only one annoyed about the exposition our lead spider was doing throughout the carriage scene too? We have eyes, we can see what is happening without the monologue...
This is what Kumoko get from let Sophia go? I bet Kumoko want her to be a good girl... (Shun got the hero title and and a bunch of skill, but didn't use it, wtf? 😢) ← This is what they get for me because of misunderstanding about their timeline... Okay, time to rest my mind, bye!
Millepensee studio is doing everything wrong with this anime. You show the vampire baby (Sophia) being targeted for assassination in one scene and then, minutes later, you show her as an adult? Where's the thrill of not knowing if she will be murdered or not? I'm going to be frank here, I only watch the anime because of Yuuki Aoi's voice acting. The real fun is to read the manga.
the animation sucks it's like seeing a picture moving with voice on it well I'm not really fan of human side story because I'm here to see Kumoko in animation but this low quality animation is really killing the mood it's like watching a low budget h-series.