Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Review: Adventure Time "Vault of Bones"

     Well, this was a nice recovery from "Bad Little Boy."  This episode was the most recent to address Flame Princess and Finn's relationship and, it did a pretty good job.  It picks up with Finn trying to change Flame Princess's alignment to good from evil, despite her father trying to keep her evil.  So Finn decides to take Flame Princess into a dungeon so she could get interested in Finn's interests.  However, she gets bored and does not find the enjoyment that Finn does at these tasks.  Eventually, after Finn tells her to do what she likes, she starts burning things down and destroying things with fire.
     It was a cute, well timed episode, intended on keeping the whole Finn/Flame Princess relationship relevant to the viewer.  It was also interesting because it showed the whole conflict of personalities between Finn and Flame Princess.

In all, it was a good recovery from the episode with Fiona and Cake and thus is rated a 9.5/10

Final Rating: 9.5/10
Rating Compared to other Flame Princess episodes: 8.5/10


  1. I agree with that.
    Do you like the FP and Finn relationship?

  2. I like it, purely for the fact that it is well done and kept out of the forefront. The episodes that focus on the relationship, not only progress the meta-story as a whole but also shows depth to any character involved.

    As for the relationship itself, I think it is cute. It is mostly to promote a love interest for Finn.

  3. I don't really like it that much. The show seemed to be set up where Finn and Pb were to get together until the age difference thing came up.

  4. That is a pretty big reason to disallow that relationship. Plus, I think that the tension it creates with both of them knowing that it will probably never happen plus the tensions that arise out of the love triangle that ensues.

  5. yeah your right, but it is annoying that there was an age difference in the beginning.

  6. I think the age difference from the beginning was to promote the fact that, barring some unforeseeable act, it would be impossible for them to happen, despite Finn's wishes.