In Overlord Season 4 Episode 13, the cruel attack has finally taken hold, and it looks like the end of the road for the kingdom. Let’s see in this review how long it takes to bring a country down.
Overview of Overlord Season 4 Episode 13
Overlord Season 4 is the fourth season of the first and best MMO-based isekai show. Studio Madhouse is making the show again. They have made all of the previous seasons, along with other popular shows like Death Note, One Punch Man, and Sonny Boy. This new season is also known as Overlord 4 and Overlord IV.
The show is being run again by Naoyuki Itou. He is also known for making all of the original seasons of Chihayafuru and Kanon, among other well-known shows. Overlord is based on a Light Novel by Kugane Maruyama that was written and drawn by “so-bin.” This episode is also called Overlord IV Episode 13 and Overlord 4 Episode 13.
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Reviews of Overlord Season 4 Episode 13
This was a very conflicting episode for me, as I am dissatisfied with how events transpired. However, the show may have intended for this to occur in the first place, making the performance a success given the show’s future plans. Regardless of the reasoning behind this season’s abrupt conclusion, it is difficult to deny that it was not a particularly enjoyable episode to watch, and it left a sour taste in my mouth. I feel this way for a variety of reasons, and I will attempt to explain them all in this review.
First, there’s the fact that it’s all pointless. Half of the things that happened this season didn’t even matter by the end, which has always been the case with this show. It moves at a glacially slow pace that doesn’t fit the story well. There was a plot point in this episode that was heavily hinted at in the second season, but other than that, building up the empire was all for nothing, since it doesn’t exist anymore. What good was anything if nothing mattered?
Then there’s the problem of not being consistent. Like the last one, this one had a very dark tone, and Ainz and his gang of tough guys did some very bad things. But does the show really want us to believe this is the same guy who gets shy when Albedo comes close and hides behind her and Demiurge when a political decision needs to be made? Should we think that guy did everything? Even after that funny fight with Pandora’s Actor one episode ago? Even if he did that, the sudden changes in tone here help no one.
Now we can talk about the twist, but we’ll be careful not to give anything away. Let’s just say that wasn’t a twist at all, and we’ve already talked about how unimportant most of the show’s side characters are. We can be sure that by the time the next season comes around, this twist will also be forgotten. Yes, it was a musical number, but it was so cringe-worthy and almost impossible to watch because you knew the show was trying to take it seriously. I hope you can see now why I didn’t like this so much. Even if you didn’t, tell me in the comments why you didn’t.
Overlord is based on a Light Novel by Kugane Maruyama that was written and drawn by “so-bin”. This episode is also called Overlord IV Episode 13 and Overlord 4 Episode 13. The show is being run again by Naoyuki Itou. Ainz and his gang of tough guys did some very bad things, but does that mean he’s responsible for them all? The twist wasn’t a twist at all, and we’ve already talked about how unimportant most of the side characters are.