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Well, this episode certainly makes it seem like we’re heading into the final battle. What better way to do it than launching our main characters into the middle of enemy territory in a missile, right? Anyway, still got plenty of time for the operation to go wrong, a cameo from our recurring villain guy, and some more Being X trolling. Should be fun, right?
I’m curious whether the series actually reaches a resolution. We could get the standard “this is only the beginning” ending, an ending where the war is over but Tanya still has more turmoil ahead before “defeating” Being X, or just a nice, satisfying resolution to everything. Is it sad that I’ve been conditioned to think that last option is ridiculous?
Oh yeah…I totally remember this guy. Also, telling Tanya stuff is always safe, right?
Pretty deep, dude. I should probably hold my criticism of this discussion because, as they say, it’s the first time they’re dealing with a world-scale war.
Something I’ve been wondering for a while now is whether the shields the mages use are constantly on or activated when needed. It feels like most situations where they are used are ones where it would be impossible to react in time, which means they’re likely just active in general. If that’s the case, though, then it makes their situation significantly less dire than that of most soldiers. Would be nice to get a brief explanation on that one, but maybe that’s just me.
You mean the human faces he uses to talk or the nutcracker?
Hasn’t this girl learned not to try and see Tanya’s actions in a positive light?
Stand back! He’s going to try science!
Apparently V1 missiles were a WWII technology. Truly a blessed message from Being X, huh?
Spoken like a good engineer. Control? We don’t need control! Just go straight at them!
I guess this means they’re taking the bait?
So no pressure or anything.
Wait…that’s your end game, Tanya?
Yeah, that’s the voice I would use when reading that letter too.