ToQger 3:So...are you really sure that Wagon wasn't just made from some reconditioned Fembot parts?
Kagura is a very conflicting character to me in regards to personality vs. potential. She seems to drive me crazy in her childish nature, even if she does have a lot of issues regarding wanting to find home, but she has probably the greatest potential of the warriors, having imagination that is rawer than even Right but raw enough that it's practically uncontrollable. The imagination part is great, but the personality just gets to me and this episode sort of explains it best: she really just wants to find home more than the others and is willing to do anything to remember anything that will allow for the five of them to at least remmber who they are and what exactly their scenario truly is. It is understandable but rather selfish that she just would jump off the train thinking its going to awaken something; while it does, it only really did so because of the connection regarding Kagura's imagination and a scenario in the fight awakening something both in Right and Kagura's memory. It isn't perfect but the fact they lived in a seaside town could be a clue. (then again its Japan, an archapelago made up of multiple islands...so so far it really means nothing)
The Shadow Line continues to impress in their maturity and in their methods; Chain Shadow being like the old legends of a man carrying his own coffin around, but using it to spark the concept of death within people. We see that it was Madame Noir who sent him, and it appears her method is about quality over quantity as we've seen over Nero's. Meanwhile Schwartz seems to be staying out of their little Shadow Line creation plots preparing for his own methods...but I guess he doesn't mind for the moment stepping back and letting them fight over things. (and all the while Gritta's cute but turning into a bit of a stalker...)
As for the explanation as to why they're ToQger, it actually makes sense: somehow the imagination power being so powerful that it expelled them from the Shadow Line, thus in a way they're the heroes because they're "rejects"; for a good reason anyway but still rejects. I think it's a nice twist on the typical.