The Devil is a Part-Timer Season 2 Finale Recap and Ending, Explained – “The Devil is a Part-Timer!” or “Hataraku Maou-sama!! “, season 2’s twelfth episode, finds Raguel at last, but Maou and his pals are horrified to see Gabriel with him. With the release of season 2, viewers could finally witness the conflict with Raguel the Watcher and Gabriel. Although the anime hasn’t recently produced the best animated episodes, the tale has held viewers’ attention long enough for them to watch this sequel’s climax.
The devils and humans collaborated to defeat Raguel and Gabriel in the last episode. Emilia had every incentive to track down Raguel before he reached her mother because she thought he was after her. Maou intended to stop them both because they were to blame for Chiho’s admission to the hospital.
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Maou and his pals begin deliberating the best course of action after determining that Raguel is likely conducting business from one of the city’s towers. While Urushihara devises a clever scheme, Emi pays little attention to anyone and orders everyone to split into two groups and search for the enigmatic angel.
Emi has already investigated the other tower and has determined that Raguel is not there while Alsiel and Maou board the train to get to one of the towers. Even if this is true, Emi unintentionally runs into Gabriel there. He doesn’t want to fight her, but he does say something startling.
Emi becomes perplexed by Gabriel’s observation of the odd nature of her parents’ connection and wonders how an angel and human can have children, which is obviously impossible. In her state of shock, Emi has never given it that much attention when Gabriel claims that her father is still very much alive. He had been Emi’s driving force until this point, but now that she knows he is somewhere out there, she is unsure what to do.
While Emi tries to discuss her mental pain with Alas Ramus, Urushihara and Suzuno come up with their own plans to track down Raguel. But once the latter utilizes Sonar, Chiho appears in front of them and displays abilities she has inherited from Emi’s mother. She seems to be looking for Raguel too, and even after understanding he is not there, she keeps looking for him.
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Maou unintentionally sees the weird man from the previous udon restaurant while searching for Raguel. Maou becomes immediately skeptical of him when he mentions Gabriel. The man does not know that he is next to Satan himself until he sees Maou. Raguel also displays some defensiveness when Maou eventually speaks about the Sonar.
A short while later, Maou and Alsiel blow the lid off their identities. Raguel also changes as wings start to sprout from his back. A few seconds later, Gabriel shows in and mentions that he told Emi that her father was still alive, which had caused her to lose her will to fight. Raguel nonchalantly flies toward the top of the Tokyo Tower, avoiding any conflict. Maou is furious that he descended to such a low level, and the two begin exchanging punches with him.
Satan finds Gabriel too strong and cannot hurt him in any way. The angel claims that even with all of his strength, Satan could never overcome him. He enters to reveal the countless clones that have been working for him, ensuring that Maou has never actually known the full scope of his abilities.
Raguel abruptly drops to one of the tower’s highest levels, and it becomes clear that Emi has returned to combat again. Throughout the exchange, Gabriel continues to exert tremendous power, and he maintains his dominance until Chiho joins them and uses her bow to shoot him. Gabriel and Raguel run as she flips the war in a matter of minutes. She loses consciousness and is then rushed to the hospital again.
What Advice does Maou’s Mother Give Emi?
Maou chooses to visit Chiho at the hospital after putting his life on the line to fight Raguel and Gabriel. Since she was recently poisoned by magic, he worries about her health. Fortunately, Chiho is doing great, and he couldn’t be happier for her. However, Chiho’s attitude abruptly shifts when the two friends are conversing.
She suddenly begins telling Maou how much she wants to save him. She continues by expressing her regret to Maou for an earlier incident. Maou wants Chiho to divulge her true identity as soon as he discovers that he is actually speaking to someone else instead of Chiho. She continues by saying that she hopes to bring harmony in Ente Isla and the demonic realm so they can reclaim their former glory.
The fact that Maou is in Japan is also revealed by Emi’s mother, who is now in charge of Chiho. The kingdom of the Sephirot and Ente Isla is actually the nearest places to this location. Without providing Maou with any further explanation, she then states that “that girl* and her father-” hold one of the keys. She concludes by emphasizing that Maou must locate the Ente Isla “Da’at” to restore order to the planet. Chiho finally regains consciousness after she wishes him success, and it looks that Emi’s mother has departed.
While still conscious, Chiho has previously claimed that she saw a devil in her dream and had a wide range of bizarre feelings that were unquestionably not her own. At this point, it is clear that Chiho’s possession by Emi’s mother impacted her because Chiho may have ended up sharing some of Emi’s memories and emotions. Obviously, the conclusion raises the potential that Chiho may participate in the fighting in the future season in a much more active way. Since there are still so many unanswered questions, it will be intriguing to see how the tale develops moving forward.