Why the fuck are you so moe Gin-chan?!
As hinted in this episode, the time of parting draws closer and the frustrating part of it is that Shinku can do nothing but wait. With Wound Jun cut-off, nobody knows what Kirakisho is planning or whatever it is that needs to be done to get out of there.
I feel sorry for Unwound Jun. Not just the realization last episode but even the moment he shared with Shinku never did him justice. Shinku says harsh things, her parting may just become a distant memory, and her wisdom in this episode isn’t strong enough to uplift Unwound Jun, like how she helped the Wound counterpart, and this leaves a negative impression of her.
Again, the problem with this picture is the realization of the chaos that Shinku had to go through. A disjoint narrative of what she experienced in the time she spent with Wound Jun and the limited time she had to spend with the Unwound one.
The seemingly slow pacing of the episodes shown so far is due to the limited actions that Shinku can take. With her allies scattered and whereabouts of her enemy unknown, acting rashly would put her in a much deeper disadvantage. That’s how the skirmishes they held end up. Even when Shinku confronted Suigintou and the battles and skirmishes in season 1. This isn’t a shonen-battle anime after all.
So the last factor now rests on what Kanaria is able to do. She is the last hope for all of them though I doubt she can do much considering her high rate of screwing up.