I think Ena is Yuma's Mother in Astral form. The hair is pretty much the same.
Zexal is better than I thought it would be which was refreshing.
I'm watching the dub, I'm almost caught up to where the dub is. Think I'm two/three episodes off catching up to where they're up to. I'm onto the
I'll 'wait it out' not a fan of subs. Eg, for Pokemon I watch an episode a week as I'm up to where the dub is. I barely watch Zexal tbh which is why I'm yet to catch up to the dub.
In terms the voice acting, the subs are definitely better and you'd get a more accurate version of the storyline. I didn't start watching the Yu-Gi-Oh! series subbed until Zexal since I didn't want to follow another dub just for it to be incomplete again. Although, Zexal probably has a good chance of getting a complete dub now that Konami is handling the franchise, but the dub still has a pretty big gap.
As for last week's episode, I thought that it was pretty interesting. I really liked the design of the Astral World and those who live in it. The Barian World being the result of the Astral World eliminating the power of Chaos, which sounded like it was basically emotions, was interesting. I don't know if that means that the Barian Emperors were first Astral beings before the Barian World was created. It would be an interesting twist. I wouldn't be surprised if Don Thousand was the combination of all of the banished Astrals who had the power of Chaos. I think that they could be hinting that the two worlds need to be joined together. The Astral beings could only be healed with the power of Chaos and their entire world has been weakened as a result of getting rid of Chaos. I don't think that's going to happen anytime soon, but I wouldn't be surprised if they do that at some point in the future.
The scene with Shark in the hospital, while short, did a good job with showing his internal conflict and I'm eager to see how that plays out more in the next few episodes, especially with Durbe coming to awaken his memories. The duel itself was kind of dull, but it did just start, so it might get a bit more interesting with the next episode.
It was interesting, and I liked the twist. It is like Eliphas is the cause of the whole (civil) war, since the Astrals wanted to get healed.
I found the scene too short to make any difference, but this will not be the case as of Episode 120. I did read on Wikia the Duel's continuation on Episode 119 (but did not watch the ep yet). It gets REALLY interesting now, it overcompensates for what we got last week, which was more plot and introduction.
Honestly I think ZEXAL got much better as soon as they moved on from the whole Tenjo Family plot. I always found Kite's family pretty boring. I'm more interested with Nasch's inner conflict.