A. Not-so-trivial question: If one day someone choose Akko to become some sort of knight-esque, armor-clad magical girl resembling the image on the side because magical world is threatened by evil forces so awful that it might too much for Chariot to deal it alone, how you think Akko deal with that?
B. What's your opinion about Ursula aka. Chariot i the light of the reveal in Episode 22 and Episode 23 where she turned out to be tricked by Croix to use Dream Fuel Spirit on her audiences where among victims were Akko and Diana?
C. Given how Akko expresse her gratitude to Ursula aka. Chariot in Episode 24 and even awakened the Final Word, do you think it can be inferred that Akko has forgiven Chariot? And do you found it plausible that she overheard Ursula crying out how much she blamed herself for indirectly causing Croix's fall to darkness as well as handicapping Akko's magical abilities when she and her friends are about to interfere her fight against Noir Rod's dragon form?
D. If one day Akko meets and befriends a war veteran, how you think their friendship looked like?
I really enjoy the style that the show has. The visuals in the show are wonderfully done, characters are extremely expressive, and some shots are beautifully crafted. What made me watch the series all the way through the first time through was probably the humor. Again, the expressiveness of the characters accentuates the visual humor of the show. It's why one of my favorite episodes of the series is Don't Stop Me Now.
So yeah, I like a lot of aspects about the show, but my favorite part is the visual department.
I'm more to its story, particularly about Akko. Even with her shortcomings (with her idol Shiny Chariot turned out unintentionally carved her a difficult path via Dream Fuel spirit), she managed to press on and even have friends (particularly her former rival Diana) supporting her.