Mob Psycho Season 3 Episode 2 Recap and Ending, Explained

In the second episode of the third season of “Mob Psycho 100,” “Yokai Hunter Amakusa Haruaki Appears! The Threat of a Hundred Demons!” is the title. Kageyama is in charge of costumes for the cultural festival, along with Niido, Sagure, and Inukawa.

Meanwhile, a man named Amakusa Haruaki goes to the Spirits and Such Consultations Office to try to convince Reigen and his friends to fight a hundred demons who are trying to wake up the Yokai King. Here’s what you need to know about the end of episode 2 of “Mob Psycho III.”

Mob Psycho Season 3 Episode 2

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Mob Psycho III Episode 2 Recap

Students in Mob’s class have already been given different jobs to do for the cultural festival, which is in just two weeks. When it turns out that Inukawa, Haruaki, Sagure, and Kageyama haven’t been given roles yet, the four classmates are told to make costumes for the haunted house. At the same time, Ritsu is worried about a few of the festival’s themes at the student council meeting.

Ritsu says that the concert will definitely be too loud and that people will have to complain about the noise. He also says that the idea of a cross-dressing cafe is ridiculous. But the president is sure that everything will work out in the end if students follow safety rules. Over the next few days, Kageyama keeps worrying that other students have made a lot of progress while his team hasn’t done much at all.

While this is going on, Serizawa goes to the Spirits and Such Consultations Office and asks Reigen for permission to go to night middle school because he wants to retake his required classes. Reigen thinks this is a good sign and thinks Serizawa really wants to get better, so he lets him leave after 4 p.m. A man named Amakusa Haruaki comes to the office to talk about something important. He says he is a real Yokai hunter.

But when Amakusa tries to say who he is, he stutters and only says gibberish. This makes Reigen think that he is just another weirdo who should be ignored. Reigen tells Amakusa that he doesn’t have enough time because a client is coming soon. After helping the client, Reigen plans to go to sleep a few hours later. But he was surprised to find that Amakusa had been waiting near the door the whole time to finally talk to him.

Amakusa tells them that he is a Yokai hunter who plans to go after a bad group called Hyakki that wants to bring the Great Yokai King back to life. After paying a lot of money, the Yokai hunter changes his mind, even though Reigen is still not interested. Mob gets to the office just in time to join the other three people as they look for the hundred demons in the city.

How does the second episode of Mob Psycho III end? Is the Great Yokai King dead? Who will kill him after he comes back to life?

Mob, Serizawa, and Reigen go with Amakusa Haruaki as he searches for the scary place where Hyakki’s hundred-demon strong force plans to bring back the Great Yokai King. After a long time of looking, Amakusa stops at a run-down building and says he can feel a small Yokai presence coming from it. Serizawa agrees with the claim, which is strange, because Mob is still thinking about the costume design. As the four of them go into the building, Amakusa’s worry grows. He can tell that the Yokai are there and are probably planning to make it their base. As they look around more, they suddenly realize that the path they used to get there is now blocked in some way.

Serizawa sees this as a sign that if they don’t finish their task, they won’t be able to get away. A Yokai suddenly appears behind Reigen, and Amakusa sees it in time to do something. But when he hits it with his hold sword, it doesn’t hurt him and his sword just breaks in two. Serizawa is quick and uses normal exorcism methods to kill the Yokai right away. The four of them then realize that there are hundreds of them all around them. Even though the cultural festival is still on his mind, Mob fights back along with Serizawa.

The many Yokai that attack them are no match for the two of them. Amakusa suddenly says that the Four Hell Lords of Hyakki are there now, and that they have also brought back the Great Yokai King. Serizawa and Mob kill all four of them quickly and easily. An angry Yokai King suddenly turns into a huge monster and wants to get back at the people who killed Hyakki members. But Serizawa and Mob seem to be able to kill him without much trouble. Mob gets his idea for the costume for the haunted house from the Yokai King at the cultural festival.

Mob Psycho Season 3 Episode 2

The show is about a kind-hearted but shy middle school boy with psychic powers on the level of the end of the world. The first episode of this season goes back to the show’s simple roots, with Mob helping Reigen with his psychic business.

Episode 2 keeps this simple format, but like Mob, there is always more to it than meets the eye. So, without further ado, Mob Psycho 100 spoiler alert!

In this episode, Mob helps Reigen with a client and, in the end, they fight some kind of demon. This is something that usually happens in the first episodes of each season.

This client, a Yokai slayer, is a lot of fun to hang out with because he’s not nearly as mean as most of Reigen’s other clients. He is a fool and a bully, but he is also very funny. He thinks that con artist Reigen is his friend and uses buzzwords to sound smarter, which Reigen calls him out on right away in a very funny way. Reigen is always funny because he points out the bad things other people do while he himself does the same things.

The action set piece, which involves fighting a bunch of Yokai, isn’t very different from what we’ve seen before, but Mob Psycho 100 always makes these fights interesting with great animation and interesting inner monologues from each character during the fight. This time, Mob easily flicks away 100-foot-tall demons while worrying about the cultural fair at his school.

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We also get to see a lot of returning characters in passing at the cultural fair, which is always nice. This season seems to be focusing more on school, which makes sense since Mob’s mind is on school right now.

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Filler, or a hint of what’s to come?

Even though this episode isn’t very deep and probably won’t lead to much in the rest of the season, there’s a reason for it to be here, and that reason is woven into the story in small ways.

Mob is worried about his school’s fair, but for once he is able to solve the problem without Reigen’s help. This shows that Mob is growing as a person and moving away from Reigen. Even at school, people praise him, which is a big change from what we saw at the start of the show. That’s the genius of Mob Psycho 100. As big and crazy as it can get, it also manages to show big things through small, everyday things, which is in line with the whole point of the series.

There’s also a small scene after the credits, which we won’t give away, but it shows that Mob and the others are probably going to have much bigger problems in the future. We’re very excited to see it.

The third episode of the third season of Mob Psycho 100 will premiere on Crunchyroll on October 19.

In Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 2, Mob and Reigen face a new danger, but they are not ready to fight this many spirits. At least as unprepared as the most powerful psychic in the world can be. Let’s find out in this review where it went!

Mob Psycho 100 became a worldwide sensation and an overnight success in a way that probably won’t happen again in this medium. Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 or just Mob Psycho Season 3 is the third season of the show. The show is based on a manga that the author and artist of One Punch Man, ONE, wrote. Read the review of the last episode of the series by clicking here.

Yuzuru Tachikawa and Hasui Takahira are directing this season. Tachikawa has worked on shows like Death Parade and Bleach, and Takahira has worked on shows like My Hero Academia and SK8 the Infinite. Studio Bones is making the show again. This is the same studio that made Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood and Bungou Stray Dogs, two of the best anime shows ever made.

Intention and framing are two of the most important parts of a story that most people don’t pay attention to when judging its quality. Even if something has the most interesting story, the way it is set up or the characters it uses to tell that story can completely ruin it. But even the simplest stories can be made better if they have interesting characters and a tight plot. The plot of this episode of Mob Psycho was the simplest one ever, but it was told in a way that can only be called impressive.

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