Also further established about the Ganma World in this episode is that for a utopia, it doesn't look like one. I mean, I am fine with the red skies and a dessert, but this place barely looks habitable just basing on the grounds. No decent looking buildings for Eyecons to live on or something? Because Takeru is an outsider, he is of course met by an army of Ganma. The only thing worth noting about the scene is that we see Takeru wield the GanGun Saber out of suit. This is something that rarely happens in the series and hopefully we will see more regular Takeru wielding that sword in the future.
Since he doesn't want to be involved with the death of his own father, Adel of course blames it to his brother, Alain, leading us to an army of Ganma chasing after him. This eventually leads to the confrontation between the brothers. To be honest, their confrontation scene was a bit underwhelming compared to the manhunt that happens after it. The only thing that this scene established is the possibility of Alain switching sides.
Back in the Ganma World, after he's done running away from the Ganma, Takeru has stumbled upon an interesting sight. Bodies in coffins and see one body disintegrate. These are the souls that Igor captured. The scene showed us what they are doing with said souls and why they find it valuable. If I piece it up correctly, they are using these bodies as fuel in the utopia. I mean, that's the only clear explanation for the ashes.
Much to my disappointment, the ending of this fight is really bad. It's just Specter sending Adel away so that he can escape. The only thing positive about it is that it led his reunion with Takeru and Alain and the discovery of Eadith's lab. In the lab, they discovered a giant Eyecon, which Takeru picked and his Eyecons, which he grabbed before leaving. Because they are being chased by the Ganma, these three decide to go back to the human world, connecting us to the other thing that's happening, the Ganma from the previous episode wanting a rematch.
As for the duel itself, it's really good. Aside that we got the classic clashing of swords thing, we get to see a cool way on how to use the Sunglasseslasher without making it look like a toy. Seriously, the way Takeru executed the release of that stronger fire attack made the sword cooler. At the end of the day, the Ganma was defeated, Alain leaves because he still can't get it, and Javert returns with a new body thanks to Adel. As for the giant Eyecon that Takeru picked up, we don't know its use yet until the next episode.