Welcome to Demon School Season 3 Episode 22 Recap – “Welcome to Demon School” (also known as “Mairimashita! Iruma-kun” in Japanese). It is a popular manga and anime series that follows the story of a human boy named Iruma Suzuki, who is sold to a demon by his parents and sent to a demon school in the underworld. The series explores Iruma’s experiences as he tries to adapt to his new life in the demon world while hiding his true identity as a human.
As the 22nd episode of ‘Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-Kun’ season 3, dubbed ‘Words for My Friends,’ kicks off, Sullivan cordially invites Bachiko to his mansion for a delectable dinner and bares Iruma’s secret to her. At the same time, Iruma graces Asmodeus’ abode with his presence, but his mind is in turmoil. He wishes to divulge the truth that he is a demon, but he finds himself in a predicament of whether his friends will stand by him after the revelation. Iruma is also petrified that they might succumb to their demonic proclivities and turn on him.
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Welcome to Demon School Season 3 Episode 22 “Words for My Friends” Recap
Bachiko graces the abode of Sullivan following an invitation for dinner. Grateful for her assistance in tutoring Iruma, Sullivan praises Bachiko and even likens her to the esteemed Thirteen Crown. With an amenable disposition, Bachiko agrees to continue mentoring Iruma. However, their mirthful conversation is disrupted when Sullivan elucidates on the peculiar vanishing of demons in recent times. Alas, he apprehends that this anomaly may intensify and exacerbate in the days ahead.
As if that wasn’t enough, Sullivan discloses that Iruma is actually a human being. Bachiko is agape with surprise, but she ponders that this veracity does clarify a plethora of unresolved enigmas. In a state of bewilderment, Iruma stumbles into the chamber as Bachiko silently scrutinizes him. Nonetheless, Bachiko feels that Iruma’s human provenance is of scant importance to her personally.
Afterward, Clara graces Sullivan’s dwelling and joins Iruma on a visit to Asmodeus’ home. Asmodeus is ecstatic to reunite with his amigos and warmly welcomes them. However, Clara immediately indulges her impishness by playing juvenile pranks. Despite Iruma’s anxiety that Asmodeus may become incensed, he displays remarkable maturity by teasing Clara for not achieving rank Daleth, which incenses her. Nonetheless, the merriment resumes as the trio indulges in video games together.
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As Clara and Asmodeus indulge in a riveting session of video games, Iruma ventures out of the chamber for a fleeting moment. He cherishes his camaraderie with his pals but grapples with the guilt of hiding his true identity. His compulsion to confide in his friends is counterbalanced by the looming fear of losing their friendship. Moreover, Iruma agonizes over the possibility that Asmodeus and Clara may succumb to their infernal instincts and harm him.
Despite his yearning for transparency, Iruma realizes that he has no feasible option but to withhold the truth. His ruminations are interrupted as Asmodeus’ mother materializes and attempts to startle him. The duo delves into a discussion concerning the disclosure that Iruma is contemplating, mindful of the potential repercussions. Asmodeus’ mother advises Iruma to weigh the consequences before deciding, granting him newfound clarity and serenity.
Later that day, Iruma expresses his gratitude towards Asmodeus and Clara for their aid in the Harvest Festival. While he says his appreciation for their friendship, Iruma keeps his human identity under wraps, unable to muster the courage to divulge his secret.
Who is the 13th Student in Misfit Class?
As the Misfit students embark on a new term, they are given a daunting task: attaining rank Deleth before proceeding to the next term. However, a twist in the tale comes when they discover that one of their classmates has already achieved the rank of Beth. This revelation sends shockwaves through the class, piquing their curiosity to find out who this exceptional student is. The enigmatic Kalego then unveils the identity of the mysterious student to be none other than Purson Soi.
But how has he remained hidden from the rest of the class for so long? As it turns out, Soi possesses the rare bloodline magic of Anti-Recognition, which grants him the power to blend seamlessly into his surroundings, remaining unnoticed even by the most vigilant of observers. It is no wonder he has managed to stay under the radar all this time, leaving the Misfit class stunned by this new revelation.