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  • Many, but the best has to be when Chibi needs to kill Kurow to kill Akuro. Chibi is then stopped by Kuni who says that they'll do it together. Kuni hops onto Chibi's back, raises his sword and is then decked out in Nagi's armor and sword before they charge.
  • The first time we get an idea of how powerful Kagu is (before we even find out what those powers are) is quite impressive. A gear roughly the size of a car falls on her and a stagehand. She catches it in midair on a dome of electricity.
    This is... a little... heavy.
    • Then there are the scenes before and after the third phase of the playhouse's boss fight, where her full power is realized.
  • Manpuku breaking through the portal, thereby breaking space and time, to come to Chibiterasu's rescue.
    "I made a promise to Pork Chop!"
  • Susano - Our cowardly, lovable warrior returns even better than ever.
    • Early on, when encountering a gate that takes 10 men to operate, Susano not only opens it, but holds it open until Chibi and Kuni get back.
    • In the Moon Cave, Chibiterasu, Kurow, and Susano find a piece of armor that belonged to Susano's family... But Susano turns away the armor, wishing to fight with the power of love.
    • It should also be noted that the cutscene takes place in an area across a poison lake. Susano must have either swam across or jumped the gap, both of which are impossible for Chibiterasu himself.
  • The fact that it wasn't just Orochi's poison and fighting off the owls that killed Shiranui. No, it was the combined efforts of the aforementioned, PLUS being encased in ice for god-knows-how long and head-butting a large meteor of dark energy that was hurtling towards Kamiki Village of 100 years in the past. Truly, it takes a monumental effort to kill a god, especially one as powerful as Shiranui.


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