Multiple unexpected twists keep things exciting and reintroduce several fan-favorite characters, sure to stir things up a bit.
We recap the Crunchyroll anime series Bungo Stray Dogs Season 5 Episode 6, “At the Port in the Sky (Part 2),” which contains spoilers.
In a surprise twist, even Fukuchi (voiced by Akio Otsuka) couldn’t see it coming, his Hunting Dog subordinate, Jono, set him up.
Even if Jono wasn’t able to take the tyrant down himself, he managed to expose his scheme to a civilian with ties to the Armed Detective Agency.
Now if they’re lucky, Aya will be able to post what she saw and heard to the masses, but that’s only if Fukuchi doesn’t find her hiding place first.
Bungo Stray Dogs Season 5 Episode 6 Recap
The episode opens with Fukuchi unable to find an intruder in his midst. He slowly begins to wonder if there was ever one at all or if this is just a trick by the Armed Detective Agency to throw him off.
Why does the European military abort the delivery of One Order?
When an explosion occurs at the airport, the European military aborts the delivery of One Order, assuming that terrorists have figured out the dropoff time and location.
This is all part of Ranpo’s plan to stop Fukuchi from receiving the device, as he orchestrated both the explosion and jamming of communication devices to scare the military.
Where is Aya hiding?
Aya is revealed to be hiding inside Bram’s coffin when he wakes up demanding to know who she is. Depending on her answer, he tells her she may be required to pay in blood for waking him.
Who breaks Dazai and Fyodor out of Meursault Prison?
Using their abilities, Nikolai and Sigma are able to break Dazai and Fyodor out of their Meursault Prison cells.
Although skeptical at first, Nikolai realized that as long as Dazai’s nullification ability did not make contact with his portal, he could successfully transport him places as well.
Bungo Stray Dogs Season 5 Episode 6 Ending Explained
As Fukuchi searches for Bram to start the Vampire attack, Nikolai instructs Dazai and Fyodor to play a game of life or death. Whoever breaks out of Meursault first will receive the antidote to a poison they agree to inject themselves with.
Aya attempts to break Bram out of the airport but discovers that Fukuchi has covered all of the exits with vampires. She begs Bram to help somehow, and he refuses at first but agrees if she can acquire him a wireless radio for his long slumbers. She then offers her cell phone in exchange.
With each new episode, I find myself wondering just how the Armed Detective Agency is going to get out of this predicament, and this week was no exception. How this series manages to remain unpredictable in all the best ways is lost on me, but I find myself enjoying every second.
This week had its fair share of welcomed surprises. The friendship between Bram and Aya was entirely unexpected, and I had completely forgotten about Nikolai’s strange desire to kill his best friend.
It’s things like this that keep viewers on their toes and continue to keep this arc fresh and exciting without it feeling overly complicated.
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