The fourth episode of A Centaur’s Life features Hime worrying about a rather intimate matter, followed by a study session for Nozomi’s sake.
Hime didn’t give an answer to the angel, nor accepted his letter. Instead, she ran, with Nozomi and Kyoko following her.
Nozomi and Kyoko are curious as to why Hime reacted the way she did, but she keeps quiet on that subject all through school. It isn’t until they are at Hime’s home that she reveals her reason for running off.
Hime has a complex about how she looks ‘down there’. Nozomi decides to help Hime with that, by letting Hime see hers and Kyoko’s – though Kyoko is more reluctant about the whole thing.
After Nozomi has shown hers, she forces Kyoko to do the same. Following that, it is Hime’s turn.
Later on, Hime is able to accept the letter from the angel guy. However, after reading it, Hime bolts again when she meets the angel guy. The letter pretty much just went on about Hime’s breasts, and Hime shouldn’t have to deal with that.
Hime, Nozomi and Kyoko get together for a study session in the second half of the episode. It’s pretty much just Nozomi struggling to focus on her studies, with Kyoko being stern about Nozomi learning that stuff. Hime offers support in her own way, too.
Nozomi would rather do anything other than study, but Hime is able to get her to focus. Hime says she would be sad if Nozomi was held back a grade, meaning that they would no longer be able to hang out. Nozomi soon gets back to studying after that.
After a while, Nozomi spots a UFO. Hime and Kyoko don’t see it, but they do end up talking about aliens for a while.
Whilst walking to school, Nozomi seems distracted. Not enough to walk face-first into a lamppost, though…
Kyoko happens to notice that there has been an increase in security around them, though she has very little clue as to why. We soon discover that the reason for the increased security is due to a new transfer student.
The teacher entrusts the new student to Hime’s care. Hime does not seem pleased with that…
That brings the fourth episode of A Centaur’s Life to an end, and I guess all I have to say about it is that it was all right. Much like your typical slice of life, nothing really happened.
There’s not really a whole lot I can say about this episode due to that. The biggest thing to come out of it was Quetzalcoatl Sassassul’s introduction, and that was a small scene at the end to set up the events of the next episode.
I’m quite looking forward to the next episode, actually. After Shiho and Manami’s younger siblings, Sassassul was the character I was most looking forward to seeing.