The Leegend of Legendary Heroes continues with its uneven feeling in how it's telling its story where you aren't quite sure how it's supposed to be progressing. The show unfortunately brought in the addition of a child to the mix in young Kuku who has an alpha stigma himself. Ryner has a lot of empathy for the young man who is feeling very persecuted and angry at the world that seems to want him dead. It's good to see Ryner take to this and think about ways to help him, having gotten a potential nugget on the way to crystallize the stigma and remove it. For the boy, finally getting the clue that he's not along goes a long ways towards soothing him down though when Ryner reveals he's just like him.
This episode spends a good bit of time on the action as well as Kuu and Sui are involved in their fight against Ryner and Ferris, but it's a kind of chaotic piece that has an odd flow to it at times. The fight scenes in the series have been the high point for me as they've been well choreographed, but this one is too dark and has too many quick cuts to it. Where it gets even odder is the use of Miran in it as he intercedes and adds a bit of his particular charm to things. With his adversarial relationship with Ryner in place, the two are like a pair of dogs staring each other down and trying to prove who is who.