And just like that, we have reached the end of the show with The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated Episode 20. With the main conflict solved, how does the show reach its end in this final outing? Let’s find out in this review! In original Japanese, this episode is also known as Jahy-Sama Wa Kujikenai Episode 20.
The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated Episode 20 Overview
The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated is a comedy, supernatural, and slice-of-life anime developed by Silver Link Studios, previously known for anime such as Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World and Kokoro Connect. Mirai Minato is directing it, who has previously directed various other anime for Silver Link Studios, including Our Last Crusade and Masamune-Kun’s Revenge.
If you think this anime’s concept sounds interesting, and you’d like to read my reviews of it, check out my review of Jahy-Sama Will Not Be Defeated Episode 19. I even keep stuff spoiler-free, so you can click on that link without any fear of getting spoiled! Alternatively, you can start reading the reviews from Episode 1 if you want to watch the series after reading this review!
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The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated Episode 20 Review- An Emotional Send-off
Since the beginning of the show, it has had one strong point sticking out of it while the rest of it struggled with mediocrity- the strength of its characters. Not only was the titular character strong and interesting. She had a wide array of extremely charming and kind characters that helped Jahy see her mission of restoring the dark realm to its end, even if it didn’t turn out exactly how it was supposed to.
It makes sense that Jahy Sama Episode 20 was all about the characters, which made the episode one of the show’s best ever. I’m a firm believer of the fact that a good ending forgives a lot of the problems that the series had earlier, as it is extremely hard to get an ending just right. Jahy same managed to stay true to its premise and characterisation for the entire runtime of the show, which counts for a lot.
It started with the entire group having a go-away party for Jahy and a welcome party for the dark lord’s sister, who isn’t important enough to remember her name. It was a slightly emotional affair, and the scene carried emotional weight, even if it was just because of our knowledge of the fact that the series was coming to an end after this. It also ended in a surprising yet comfortable manner.
The other two segments were based around a festival at the shopping district that Jahy and her Boss ran their restaurant in, and it would be fair to call these the show’s best segments. They were great representations of the show as a whole as they allowed every character in the show to display the great parts of their personality, and everyone got a little time to shine. Kokoro remained just as sweet as ever and allowed Jahy to realise how much she loved staying in this form on earth.
Saurva also got a nice moment in the spotlight for once, as her interactions with the Boss were the heart and soul of the Jahy Episode 20. As soon as the festival motif of the finale became apparent, anyone who has watched more than 5 anime could see the ending shot coming from miles away. However, that doesn’t stop the moment from being precious and heartwarming. Overall, this episode was a fantastic way to end the series. Do you know the best part about it? We didn’t even have to hear the opening this time.
The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated Episode 20 was charming, sweet, and the perfect way to end the series. It was the best kind of finale, the type that makes one appreciate what came before a lot more.
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