I loved how the four men interacted, especially the connection with Drake, who at times had seemed aloof from the others, but it was soon obvious that Drake did love the men on his own way. Each man has his own place within the group, and when Boar is missing, it is obvious by the huge gaping hole left in the remaining group. It was strange really, they were all their individual person, and you wouldn't have thought that one man not being there would make a difference, but Pyro more or less went off the rails when Boar was taken.
Clover is feeling a huge amount of guilt, thinking that everything was his fault that was happening to his family - I guess in some ways it was, as he would act first and think later at times. I get he wanted to be an equal, but no way was he the same as the others..
However, to be able to try and get back to some sort of life, Clover must now face the biggest demon that haunts them, but will he able to do this, or will he fail at the first hurdle again.... this time though, as there is so much at stake that Clover may well find a hidden strength inside himself........
I am sad that this series has ended, but if I am honest, I personally don't think this series could have gone any further. I loved how things were done, and how Clover and his men all come together, with totally different personalities, but were so right for them all to become a ready made family together.