Well, Fractale has finished airing after only 11 episodes.
Even though the series was relatively short, the pacing was good and its ending didn’t feel rushed. However, I was unsatisfied by the conclusion since they achieved their goal, but most of the world will remain ignorant of that fact and stay unaffected for a very long time. A second season of Fractale that takes place a few hundred years into the future would solve this issue.
The setting was what initially interested me the most. Unfortunately, they didn’t focus on the technology behind Fractale as much as I would have liked since the series followed a group of people that chose to live without its influence. It was also interesting to see the system have essentially an armed church organization form to maintain it after countless years. However, I still have so many questions regarding the Fractale system and decisions the creators made, such as the reason behind choosing a traumatized teenage girl as the “Key” to their system.
After a few episodes, the main reason to continue watching was to see how the story developed the relationship between Clain, Phryne, and Nessa. In that regard, the ending ties things up between them nicely.
Rating: Very Good