Seriously? Who calls a wireless radio a “wireless”? That word means so many things that calling it a “radio” is much less confusing. But yeah…the baby’s coming…for some reason.
Seriously…Eiji’s domain just takes whatever shape it wants. I’m starting to think his domain has a set amount of surface area or volume and he’s allowed to reshape it as he wishes. Still, this doesn’t fully answer my question about whether Rin can be dragged out of Eiji’s domain. It looks a lot like she’s consciously resisting here.
Pfft…what can a puny nuke do? Eiji will just use his power to turn it back.
And we’re back on this. Are we really going to ignore the nuke to deliver this baby?
Dude, I’m asking the same question.
So she randomly reveals herself to the audience as someone trying to trick Rin…
…and Rin immediately turns on her. This makes no sense…it’s almost like the writers went “oh shoot, we need to make sure everyone knows this girl is an enemy before she starts fighting Rin!”
I can’t tell whether this guy is a genius or an idiot.
See? He gives his location away like an idiot. Also, this petrification really shouldn’t work on Rin…she’s able to bring dead flowers back to life and regenerate inanimate swords…there’s no reason why she can’t restore her body here. How does the petrification even work? The Order isn’t even touching Rin, just the sword…you’re telling me her power can transfer into Rin through the sword? Or is she just petrifying Rin from a distance and using the sword to keep her close?
He saved my family, so I care about him now!
WHY DOESN’T HE DO THIS ALL THE TIME???
Uhh…petrification involves turning living cells into stone…I would call that damage. Plus, how does her power even know what counts as damage? Isn’t damage by definition an altered state?
I have no idea why Eiji hasn’t dominated her yet. You can tell me “oh, he’s out of range, clearly”, but we saw his domain extending to Rin earlier. He used his Order on Rin over the radio, so why not extend it at the same time?
There we go.
And now the blood from the stab wound is flowing freely.
Wait…does this actually work? Now, I want to test it…who’s with me?
Also, I always thought that nuclear explosions were usually set to detonate above the ground, rather than on impact, because less of the energy gets transferred into the crater below the explosion. Shouldn’t this missile be going off right about now?
Well, I don’t like to toss around the phrase “deus ex machina” too much, but this is pretty heavy “missile disintegration ex machina” if I’ve ever seen it…
Also, this guy jumps out of a plane and free falls down to the missile before punching it. You expect me to believe the missile with thrusters on the back wasn’t able to hit the ground before he reached it? Seriously, what? How nice of the missile to stay perfectly still while he dropped down to it.
Why do we even care? Just punch it again…
Eiji decides to try and push against her control of the Rock God rather than simply ordering her not to try and kill him…I really don’t understand.
Yeah, Eiji, thanks for waiting until the last hostage before doing something that would stop the killing of hostages…what a bro!
This is not how you create an anti-hero. Seriously, what the heck?
I don’t even understand anymore…
Well, this is convenient.