Call of the Night Episode 12 Recap and Ending, Explained
In the twelfth episode of ‘Yofukashi no Uta’ or ‘Call of the Night,’ Kou begins having second concepts about turning right into a vampire after coming all through the vampire in his highschool. He later discusses the an identical with Nazuna who presents him highly effective nonetheless honest advice. His doubts finally lead him to Anko, who appears to level out no regard for the lives of the vampires and considers them a menace. Here’s all the items it’s important to know regarding the ending of ‘Call of the Night’ episode 12. SPOILERS AHEAD!!!
Call of the Night Episode 12 Recap
After the scary encounter with the vampire on the school, Mahiru meets Kou to debate his motivations for turning right into a vampire. Although he mentions how glad he’s that they obtained in touch as soon as extra, he moreover doesn’t shrink again from criticizing him for his decisions. It is evident that the assault has naturally shaken him up from inside and he’s no longer optimistic whether or not or not Kou should even be fascinated by turning proper right into a vampire.
Meanwhile, Kou may also be concerned as he worries that he might end up identical to the vampire inside the school. Therefore he meets Nazuna and opens up about it. When he asks whether or not or not she may additionally develop to be identical to the vampire at school when she’s going to’t get ample blood, Nazuna reassures him that he doesn’t have to stress about that. The eccentric duo then goes out on a stroll and after talking a bit Kou permits Nazuna to drink his blood.
Since nobody is at dwelling that night, Kou takes Nazuna to his room. She is curious to review additional about him and doesn’t waste any time sooner than exploring every nook of his dwelling. She then jokes that she was on the lookout for porn nonetheless couldn’t uncover one thing. Meanwhile, Kou is kind of extreme and ends up exhibiting that he’s having second concepts about turning right into a vampire.
Nazuna understands his feeling right away and doesn’t try to romanticize the thought of being a vampire. While she mentions that the vampire life does provide quite a few freedom, finally it’s truly boring and boring. Their dialogue ends abruptly as Nazuna decides to depart. Later that night, Kou contacts Anko, the detective to debate just some vital points.
Call of the Night Episode 12 Ending: Does Kou Decide to Turn (*12*) Vampires?
When Kou and Anko lastly meet, the latter claims that she knew he would finally contact her. She begins jokingly flirting with him about going out with him but it surely certainly’s evident that she is eager to debate his doubts. But sooner than that, Kou is curious to study the approach lots she is conscious of about him. When he asks her the an identical, Anko not solely mentions that he grew up in a single-parent household nonetheless goes on to make pretty appropriate claims about his preferences for ladies and totally different personal points.
Kou can’t conceal his shock because it’s obvious that she is conscious of heaps about him. When she is pressed on by him, Anko claims that she was merely making educated guesses. The dialogue shortly turns in path of vampires and Kou is curious to know whether or not or not she’s going to truly kill one. Anko accepts that she is conscious of simple strategies to nonetheless refuses to provide any extra clarification. However, she goes on to warn him regarding the dangers that he’s inserting himself in.
Anko reiterates her earlier stage that he’s conscious of little or no about vampires. Furthermore, he has now put himself in a spot by getting himself involved with Nazuna. Now if he must develop to be a vampire he ought to fall in love alongside along with her. But Anko argues that there’s chance that he doesn’t even have a romantic disposition for that. This stage appears to hit Kou strongly in consequence of he’s conscious of it’s sort of true. However, his points don’t end there.
By getting nearer to Nazuna, he now has develop to be a obligation for various vampires who wouldn’t hesitate to kill him if he doesn’t develop to be Nazuna’s offspring. Therefore, Kou now has a very tough draw back on his arms and he ought to resolve as shortly as potential sooner than it’s too late. Although he’s confused about some points, sooner than leaving he argues that vampires is not going to be as unhealthy as Anko is trying to make them seem. In actuality, they’ve a young spot for individuals and even coexist with them.
Who is Hatsuka-san? Why Does She Meet Kou?
Hatsuka-san is unquestionably one of many vampires who had been involved in Kou’s kidnapping. At the prime of the episode, when Kou is confused and sitting alone inside the park, she approaches him to debate one factor. While the episode ends there with out offering any extra clarification, the manga does give an fascinating clarification. It appears that Hatsuka-san plans to help Kou fall in love with Nazuna so that he can develop to be a vampire.