Episode 9 sees the collection giving a final thought its Shangarta arc, hence preserving the three-episodes-per-novel pace that the adjustment has actually been going at up until now. Generally this has been an ample pacing, though in numerous places I may have wished for the setup as well as conditions to be expanded extra. This problem is likewise apparent in this episode, which seems like it’s bringing things to a strong resolution a little bit as well swiftly.
The full reality concerning Kufa has actually lastly come out: he’s a half-lancanthrope, though whether that nature was something he was birthed with or resulted from some kind of experimentation isn’t clear from both his explanation and the connected recall. What is clear is that Kufa and Rosetti knew each other well sufficient that young Rose referred to him as “big sibling;” I’m assuming this implies that they were fellow orphans elevated as brother or sisters, but absolutely nothing confirms or refutes that they may be blood-related. This also discloses that Blossom was the man who took Kufa in as a youngster and that Kufa might have been the one responsible for Rosetti becoming a half-lancanthrope herself.
I have seen at the very least one various other place (in manga) where a vampire character is able to lead a regular human life after being unloaded of her memories of being a vampire,