Following the invitation card Shinjurou received supposedly from Kaishou Rinroku, he attended the party along with other invited guests. Some of the suspects were also present. So this is it, the final showdown. Once again, the case is not in any way challenging and the direction the mystery was taking was quite obvious from the beginning. Just as long you keep in mind Bettenou’s power is at play, it’s really easy to figure out who’s the actual culprit.
Now that I’ve said that, let’s get done to the gist. To no one’s surprise, Hayami and the Diet girl along with Mizuno were behind the explosion and a series of other little events. The revelation of truth happened so quick that there’s little room left for viewers to start deducing or anything like that. The facts were just pouring out. Until the real Rinroku revealed himself. Didn’t I tell ya? He ain’t dead. Now will the real Rinroku please stand up?
Again, true to its tradition the reason behind Hayami’s actions is that he wanted Koyama to look up to him like she looks up to Rinroku. Excuse me?! What was that? But I know I wasn’t surprised at his confession. Un-Go has done this before.
We did learn one new thing about Inga. Her powers has no effect on Shinjurou because he had already told her the truth. So there’s a limitation to her powers. Interesting. You know, I’m dying to watch that Un-Go movie right now. If I watch it, then this scene between Inga and Shinjurou would make a lot more sense. And also the story Shinjurou was telling Rie about at the end.
There’s one thing that managed to surprise me. I never thought I get to see some huge monster chasing another monster, fighting in the air thing will happen in Un-Go. Yes, the series has supernatural element from the very beginning but this? This kind of action? No, never thought of it. I’m not sure how I like it. It’s doesn’t quite fit it.
So with that, Un-Go has come to an end. 11 episodes of not-too-mysterious mystery cases.