7 Thoughts on Kamen Rider Build 3: "Borderline of Justice"
*sighs* Adulting is hard.
Chisame Hasegawa from Negima, which is fine because Chisame's kind of the best anyway.
Sentou immediately answers he'd rather help people than recover his memory, and right then and there it's decided what sort of Rider he is. Of course the question now is--what sort of story do they want to tell with him instead? Part of the reason writers often do the whole "Refusal of the Call" story is to fill time--without it, you run the risk of running out of story and doing a lot of filler. Or the story revolves around other characters so much the main character doesn't really feel like the main anymore. It becomes harder to stick the landing, but so far Build is doing a good enough job for me to give them the benefit of the doubt.
Of course, we already did the Warring States idea (with fruit and dance battles) so expect them to try to distance themselves from that at least a little bit.
7.) At the end of the episode, a creepy looking CGI viper creeped up and ate the team's only lead, taking him elsewhere while Build was knocked out immediately after cutting his transformation. I'm really going to need Sentou to be more careful about when and where he transforms/stops his transformation. He's starting to look like a clumsy goofball.