I’m here to give you a warning. Leave me and the people around me alone. And what if I don’t? If you don’t, I’ll come and find you, no matter where you may be. I’ll end our first encounter with just this warning but if I ever come to see you a second time, you will die.
I was married to a man once. Rotten fuck. Raised his hands at me, burned me, shared me with his men. I didn’t know any different, didn’t know I could do anything about it. Even if I had, I wouldn’t have thought I had it in me.
One day, we were in a tavern. He was hurting me. And a man saw it. And he walked over and he slit his throat.
5. Best Fight Scene(s) - Maeda vs. Gekikara; Salt vs Sakura
Maeda (and Friends) vs. Gekikara - This fight turned out to be exactly how Gekikara was: frantic, brutal, and bloody. She bit ears, smashed heads, stabbed people… and did it so with such a creepy laugh and a maniacal look on her face. The initial flash of terror on Maeda’s face says it all. Gekikara was beaten up, but not defeated. She ended up walking away out of boredom.
Salt vs. Sakura - Sleek and stylish, but more than that, never have I seen a lead character dealt with such complete and utter defeat. Every kick was deflected, every punch was countered and returned three-fold.
Sakura was simply outclassed by the Rappapa leader, never landing anything other than that one hit. And for which Salt made sure Sakura got well-acquainted with the floor. Over and over again.