Thor and company arrive at Hecate. However, a surprise is waiting for them, as deadly plants from Chimaera greet them, obviously being used as biological warfare to prevent access to Valkyrie. No worries though, as Thor once again shows off his talent for killing Verasonas. But another menace greets them: the frozen Jyu Ohs that have been revived. Again, Thor saves the day by killing those still lying around before they are revived. Loki tries to stop Thor from destroying the samples but instead gets a punch from Thor. This time Thor launches into a declamation mode, when thankfully he is interrupted by Valkyrie’s projection. It is then revealed that Earth no longer exists. Heiza (Third) is devastated. Thor grabs his hair though, and Heiza recovers for a while.
However, the access code doesn’t work with Valkyrie anymore, and the balls that would terraform Chimaera can no longer be stopped. It is then decided to just destroy Valkyrie. This would activate emergency measures, and the amazing race to the heliport commences.
At Chimaera, Zagi and Tiz converse on topics like ships and friendships when a would be assassin takes aim at Zagi. Tiz takes the shot, and unbelievably she and Zagi fall into the crack made by the earthquakes.
Back at Hecate, another Verasona trims down the participants to the amazing race to the heliport. First to go are the extras, then Loki at last sacrifices himself and makes up for the idiotic flip flopping on playing God earlier with the Jyu Ohs. His consolation prize is a date with the Verasona.
Again, back to Chimaera. Tiz and Zagi find themselves in the same situation as Thor and Karim earlier in episode 8. Tiz dies in Zagi’s arms, and we are later enlightened to the weird shooting location as Zagi discovers the Musa’s roots that have stopped the out of control balls.
Switch back to Hecate. Heiza and Thor try to open the door when a rumble causes Heiza to slip. Thor grabs him, but Heiza shoots himself so that Thor could go on the heliport. At the heliport, Thor has a hallucination regarding Tiz, but our hero is rescued this time, to have a conversation with Odin.
The scene changes back to Chimaera, where Chen rescues a girl from another vicious plant. Thor makes his grand reappearance, and this time he sports black hair and a darker skin, which makes him look like the former Third. He approaches the child, and as she has no name, names her Tiz.
Ok, I’m disappointed with the death of Tiz. However, with the way Thor looked at the end of the show, Tiz probably would want to stay dead anyway. But the way she died was quite lame. And then what happened to Zagi? And that conversation with Odin was quite useless.
The way Jyu Oh Sei ended was not impressive. It’s just an average ending. I’ll just remember this as another sci-fi anime. But I had fun with the screen shots and summaries though.
Series Rating: 3.5/5. (A little higher than Fate/Stay Night, since there’s no annoying character here to hate.)