Just finished this, did I miss the explanation for why he can do this? Is he royalty?
There's the theory that Aldnoah was transferred through the princess resuscitating Slaine. This would also mean that Inaho has Aldnoah.
I wouldn't be surprised if he were somehow still alive.
Episode 1 - 12:05
Episode 2 - 06:02
Episode 6 - 07:02
Episode 7 - 03:59 (different arrangement)
Episode 8 - 04:36
Episode 9 - 00:01 (different arrangement)
Episode 9 - 15:30
Episode 10 - 10:04
Episode 10 - 12:25
It's pretty simple, but I'll just post what the director said on it for those who don't get it
Q: What change did Slaine's mind go through ever since the first episode started?
His maxim is essentially "I want to help the princess". That desire naturally continued to exist in his mind until the end of the story, but because of his meeting with Count Saazbaum, new values have grown inside of Slaine. Saazbaum is the powerful ringleader behind Asseylum's assassination attempt; as far as Slaine is concerned, he's an enemy he should be attacking. But to him there's a greater cause: "I want to improve the lives of the people residing on Mars". And so, touched by his way of thinking, inside of Slaine's head there's a conflict between "loyalty towards the princess" and "the great cause that Saazbaum stands for" that results in a waver in his values; I think that has something to do with saving Saazbaum's life during the final episode when he was about to be defeated by Inaho. However, as a consequence of that, one can say that Saazbaum, whose life he had saved, shooting Asseylum turned out to be an ironic ending.
Q: Does that mean that by saving Saazbaum, Slaine chose the lives of the people of Mars over Asseylum's life?
No; Slaine's action was something he did in the spur of the moment, I don't think he put that much thought into it. Saazbaum was in a critical situation. Moreover, his opponent was the fated "Orange". To Slaine, he was someone even more unfamiliar than Saazbaum. Of course that saving Saazbaum was what ended up bringing the worst possible result, but if we think about the circumstances of it, we can't really blame Slaine... At any rate, how Slaine will change after taking in that ending could be one of the future highlights.
TL;DR spur of the moment decision sparked by his inner conflict
In some ways I'd like him to really be dead just to see everyone's reaction. I never had any attachment to his character so I don't care either way, I'd just feel sorry for Yuki and Inko.
I wouldn't mind either way but these kind of "death" cliffhangers really cheapen the show even more. I am so goddamn tired of the princess being killed. It's like a gag and the show is trying to be serious.
I quickly went through every episode and wrote down the minutes.
I can sort of buy it for Asseylum since it was a lung shot and we never saw where she was hit in the head. With Inaho I just don't buy the graze theory with all that blood, Aoki even said that he was in bad shape and there's no way he could just get up after that. If he lives he better be impaired and in a coma for a good long while.
Since Slaine seems to be taking the forefront this cour then I could see Inaho getting some of the treatment he had. Which means he wouldn't get to do anything until around mid-cour. It would be good for the Earth characters to get their time to shine if he has to stay in bed for a while.
I'd also like Asseylum to step up and be an actual Martian leader but since she's a girl who knows if they'll let her do that and not just make her a damsel in distress.
Next cour is Mars side and even more Slaine.
>Next cour is Mars side
I-is this true? Sauce?
I am certain they are all aware by now of the boy who crashed through the ceiling and would not have the girl running around like that if her bodily fluid or whatever gave people powers. She'd be getting molested or worse. Slaine getting powers from his father who was in on the research makes more sense.
There's still a difference between regenerating a headshot and getting blown up by a hypergate explosion that obliterated the moon. There's most likely nothing left of Asseylum's dad.
>if Slaine shoots you with a gun without gloves he accidentally gives the person Aldnoah
Trilliam's coming I say.
People were saying that Asseylum survived her first assassination because she's really immortal, in that case she'd have to either regenerate a whole new body or pull herself back together again.
Would you crunch Cruhteo's croutons?
Shooting people in the head is just Slaine's way of saying hello.
I'd thoroughly lick and tenderly caress them at an agonizing slow pace.
Then crunch them.
I wonder if Slaine will get a posse.
>Edelrittuo: El Dorito, El Burrito, racist loli, loli maid
>Marito: Lt. PTSD, Lt. Jack Daniels
>Cruhteo: Croutons, Space Tokiomi, Blond Tokiomi
>Saazbaum: Saaz, Sassybum, Salsabomb, Saucebutt, Sexbomb, Shazbot, Shazam, etc.
Can't wait until humanity kills the rest of these Martians.
They'll all follow him because they want to pinch his chubby cheeks, I bet Cruhteo's men laughed behind his back because of how stupid he was.
>Cruhteo, Saaz and Orlane drinking in a bar with other Knights before going into battle
One is in China, the other is in New Orleans, the other is in Africa. The China one will probably be the first they'd likely come across. It would be wise for them to get out of Russia though since it probably won't be long before news spreads to the other conspirators. The moon base should know what happened.
I'd watch the shit outta that.
Probably depends on what Slaine's group is targeting early on. If he wants to get rid of Mar's problems he may have to target the Knights that landed first. Since these guys are stupid and send their Counts out to battle it may not be all that hard to take them out.
She can show off thighs even without them
Depends on if he's actually serving a Count, given him saying he has the princess's blessing I think he's serving under her. If she's still in a coma then maybe he's just working in her stead for the time being?
To get followers it really depends on the circumstances I think, if he's leading a rebellion he'll have to if he wants to get anywhere.
Lady count uniform covers the thighs.
Having her blessing doesn't mean her direct consent or approval. Warriors who believe they're fighting for a good cause often say they're blessed by God or one God. Slaine could think he's serving her cause while doing whatever he's doing. In his head he has her blessing because it's what he thinks she wants.
I don't think he'd go around saying he has her blessing without actually having it, especially to the Emperor if that's who he's talking to. He doesn't like people using her name in order to push ahead their own agenda, he was very against that.
Cruhteo used her as an excuse to fuel his own desire, not hers. Using her name to fight for something he thinks she wishes for is completely different from what Cruhteo did. If the princess asked him to kill himself just because she felt like it that would destroy the image he has of her. He might be willing to give his life for the princess but he'd lose faith in her if she asked something like that out of a whim.
Having Slaine becoming more like Cruhteo would be fitting, though. Remember that it has been confirmed that he will be piloting Tharsis against the Terrans. If Slaine can justify his actions as protecting Asseylum, he'll do them.
I don't see him becoming like Cruhteo at all, remember Slaine still thinks he was going to kill him. He decided to side with Vers, if Terrans are in his way he'll fight them. Asseylum's going to have to choose her loyalties as well.
I think they'll likely be on same page on what need to be done with Vers, Asseylum caught some of what's wrong through Rayet and will get filled in on the rest from Slaine. I think she's been completely ignorant on the true situation of her country, once she learns what's going on she'll probably feel like it's her responsibility to fix it.
We never did get to see a busted up Sleipnir coming to slay the Martian threat.
I also do remember all the speculation that it would get an Aldnoah drive, fun times.
That would make perfect sense but some conditions have to be met first.
- She has to be awake.
- She shouldn't be amnesic. She will only know Slaine's biased version of the story if she is.
- Slaine never told her he shot Inaho.
It would be great if Slaine went full Sauce and told her he shot Inaho right from the start the way Sauce told Slaine he was the one behind everything. But unfortunately I think she's going to be amnesic for the entire cour and Slaine will act on his own accord. The reason why I think this is because I can't imagine her being useful and actually doing something on her own. The only thing she was able to do for Earth during the first cour was touch some magic balls. She couldn't even pilot a mecha by herself, she was a burden to everyone around her. I won't be surprised if she continues doing nothing in a room looking at books with birds on them.
Aoki did say she's have a change and would make a decision, I doubt she'll just be sitting to the side the whole time. With Slaine I see him being completely honest, telling her that he shot Inaho will just make her sad. The guy did draw a gun on him intending to shoot.
Maybe Slaine and Inaho's misunderstanding issues will affect Asseylum's decision, the two had no real reason to want to kill each other (they had the same goals more or less) but it still came to that because they couldn't talk.
"What about Inaho-san?"
"Who? Oh you mean, Orange? He was using you and he was on my way to save you, Princess. He didn't stop and tried to shoot me, so I had to kill him."
"Slaine! That's awfu- OH LOOK A CAT. Slaine look! A cat. The ones you told me about."
It would be very easy for Slaine to lie, though. He could say that Inaho died from his injuries or even that he was "shot in the head" without specifying who did it, letting Asseylum think that Saazbaum did it.
Why would he lie though? He has no clue who Inaho is, thought he was using her, and was his enemy who tried to kill him. I could only see him lying if he knew what Asseylum did but he didn't, to Slaine he was just the enemy in his way.
Do you guys really think that Slaine is so clueless that he won't realize that Asseylum cared about this "Inaho-san" when she brings him up and asks what happened to him?
Slaine can try to convince her that Inaho was scum who was using her, or he can take the easy way out and lie.
> Is he royalty?
More like LOYALTY.
Do you think Slaine care about sugarcoating reality to her after what happened? He'll tell her he told her he was going to exploit her.
Inaho even brought it upon himself because he even acted as if she was disposable tool and said she was useless to him.
To him her thinking that Inaho was her friend means that he was successful in using her. Slaine knows how trusting Asseylum is, just because she thought he was her friend doesn't mean he wasn't using her. Inaho never sugarcoated his relationship with her, which might be a bad thing now since Asseylum might start second guessing everything he did.
>Aoki did say she's have a change and would make a decision
Did he really say that? There wasn't a source on that comment.
Slaine has proved he's a good liar. If she shows concern and directly asks him about Inaho, Slaine might not have the guts to tell her what happened. Maybe he'll blame Sauce or someone else for it. It would be great if she was conscious during the shooting but had temporary amnesia, Slaine lied to her about it and then she slowly started regaining her memories and confronted him.
I have no idea what they're going to do from now on but it could go both ways. I wanted them to drop the misunderstanding bullshit already but with a plot based on misunderstandings and brainwash that's not going to happen. They're going to drag this until the very last episode and they'll still end up killing each other over nothing just like in the first cour. The only way this could be avoided is if they have a common enemy that requires them to join forces like what happened against Warawa.
Yes and now it's going to come back for misunderstandings. One thing is to tell her that, but imagine if she hears that he shot Slaine down, left him for dead because he didn't want him to ruin his plans of using her.
Because that's what Slaine believes it happened.
Mars's issues are more than just lack of resources, besides the Counts that landed on Earth are the prime pushers of what's wrong with Mars. I honestly doubt any of them that landed were part of the conspiracy.
If he's following Sauce's route he might want to conquer Earth or part of it and move the Vers people there. Sauce said it himself, Vers is an uninhabitable shithole. The Vers system needs to go down but he also needs a place to move the people because they can't continue to live there.
Inaho never did mention to her that he shot down that Sky Carrier, he told her about the pilot being worried about her being used but he never said he shot it down. She seemed to have made the connection the pilot was Slaine pretty quick back then too.
Earth's already pretty much conquered and population is decimated, moving the Martians there shouldn't be all that difficult. The problem will be getting them to even leave Mars, their contempt for Earth is pretty damn bad.
>imagine if she hears that he shot Slaine down
Didn't Inaho say he shot a Martian plane down? She started thinking it could be Slaine too. Inaho told her the whole conversation he had with Slaine about using her.
The only thing I can see happening if Slaine tries to turn her against Inaho is it backfiring on his face. She trusted Inaho and Earth people in general more than her own people. Not to mention that Slaine will be taking Sauce's side and she knows Sauce was the one behind everything. It's not going to look too good for Slaine if he talks too much.
Probably his faction and anyone loyal to Asseylum, we're likely going to be in for a Vers civil war with the poor Terrans in the crossfire. I see the Emperor continuing the war even after Asseylum is revealed to be alive, this is going to be a big mess.
No, he didn't.
Hime needed them but now she doesn't need them. She's also getting character development on a direction she'll change her feelings of the first cour if you trust Aoki Ei.
He never told her he shot the plane down, just about the pilot believing she was alive and that he was worried about her.
Honestly though figure Slaine's the person Asseylum trusts the most, she'll believe him.
She needs to step up and be a leader for once, in the first cour she was stuck with the Terrans and on the run with a bunch of refugees. Now we have to see what she'll do now that she's with her people.
You're right, I rewatched that scene. But there's still a chance she saw it happen because the ship was flying side by side with them and they had to pick Inaho up from the ground after it.
She was on a lower deck, she didn't see any of the fight until Inaho had it opened to make a shot. They likely closed it once he finished, besides she was in the cave for most of the fight. Later on Slaine flew off away from the Deucalion before he was shot down.
And Inaho hiding that piece of information is going to play bad on him, because it'll make it see like he was keeping her from friendly Martians to use her.
It doesn't help his behavior with her in the last episodes reflected this attitude.
I doubt she could see from that distance, the sky carrier is also black and it was night.
Many forget that she is a Martian princess and she never defected, she was just making the best of a bad situation. Now that she's back on her own side she'll have to start acting like a Martian leader.
Inaho kept telling her he wasn't saving her but using her and she always went along with it with a smile on her face. She was the one going around asking if they were friends and the one who got close, not the other way around. If anything she would blame herself for being naive but honestly I don't see her turning against Inaho one way or another but rather turning on Slaine if he gets too aggressive about it. But well it's only my opinion, and apparently it's not a popular one. Not a shipper just in case, Inaho x Eggs and Hime x Earth all the way.
Daily prayer for Saazbaum-nii staying alive.
I just don't see her turning on Slaine of all people, the guy is pretty much her motivation for doing most of what she's been doing. Besides, how long did she even know Inaho? Two weeks? I think Rayet probably affected her more than him during that time.
But that's the thing. Think about Sauce and the other counts who turned on her family, they betrayed her trust and tried to kill her. If Slaine acts off in any way she might get suspicious because it wouldn't be the first time someone she trusted turned against her. Inaho on the other hand never betrayed her trust because he always told her the truth about using her. It's not about how long they spend with each other but the circumstances. And being the motivation for something doesn't mean she can't oppose him. There's a bunch of shows with mentors going to the dark side.
Of course I can only see her turning against Slaine if he does something like agreeing with a genocide plan.
I think Slaine's the one person she'll trust simply because she was so close to him. I don't think it's right to compare her relationship with him to to Saazbaum, Slaine was her actual friend and companion.
Even the closest friend will look bad if he agrees with genocide. It's not about trusting his word over Inaho's, it's about what Slaine might do from now on and how that could shake her trust. Or alternatively how weak minded she is if she blindly goes with whatever Slaine decides and acts like a puppet.
He shot Bowlcut (no weapon), Inaho (injured), Sauce (no weapon and injured) and tortured a random soldier with a bullet in his leg. What makes you think he would have a problem dropping a nuke over a bunch of people he thought were his enemies? He even tried to kill a mecha with his own gun. If they don't want his development to go that way then they're doing it wrong because it's what it looks like.
Trillram was direct threat to Asseylum, Inaho being injured didn't mean he was no threat, Saazbaum proved himself to be a threat, he was running for his life and needed information from the sky carrier pilot.
>He shot Bowlcut (no weapon),
Heat of the moment. Inaho was trying to kill him out of cold blood revenge.
He was going to kill him. Self defense.
>Sauce (no weapon and injured)
He had a weapon and see Bowlcut.
> tortured a random soldier with a bullet in his leg.
They had put a death mark on his neck and he needed to find the princess. He wanted answers.
I don't see Slaine as ruthless, but he's not going to let others kill him. Inaho is ten times more ruthless, if he had an Aldnoah nuke, he'll drop it on Martians.
You're thinking like Slaine. Shooting all those people was not the only option or justified because it was an impulse more than anything else.
You don't need to be so defensive every time Slaine is brought up, Jesus. I say this as a Slainefag. His flaws are what makes him interesting.
I agree that Inaho would drop a nuke on a Martian army if he had one but that would be the result of a practical plan for maximum efficiency. Slaine always has his feelings attached to everything he does, that nuke would be personal in a way or another.
That post has no source and is a transcript. Just because they only talk about Slaine things in a Slaine thread it doesn't mean that's all he talked about.
Remember that interview with Aoki talking about Slaine and Saazbum? In the same magazine there's Aoki talking about Inaho's feelings for Hime. Just because no one talks about it in 2ch Slaine's thread it doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
>if he had one but that would be the result of a practical plan for maximum efficiency.
That was before he fell for the princess, now he's going to act like a retard. While Slaine sounds very dispassionate.
Arresting them would be more wise and useful than shooting them. Bowlcut wasn't a direct threat, Inaho was only a threat because he allowed him to be. Sauce was asking for it I guess. He didn't shoot them thinking it through, it wasn't logical. Just like Inaho shooting Slaine's plane wasn't logical.
He doesn't have an authority to arrest them.
1. Bowlcut would claim he's lying and get him killed by Crouton (who was always an idiot).
2. Inaho was threatening with a gun and he's an enemy soldier, why the fuck would he care if he lived or died?
3. He didn't kill Sauce and stopped.
I think Slaine killing Inaho is the most logical action he took.
You're the one bringing it up. He's cleared to shoot and cover his ass lying in 1.
Inaho was a piece of shit Terran, so killing him works best. Why would capture him matter?
He left Sauce alive and could have captured him, even if he was very upset in that moment. He's more useful, unlike Orange, who was just in his way.
Pretty sure it's the director interview because it's from the same section as the Slaine one >>115575103
The part about Inaho had a black background with white letters. The seiyuu has a white background. If that thing about Inaho was from a seiyuu then the thing about Slaine and Sazbum was said by the same person.
Is this finish?
What time is this animation going to start?
I'm starting to think he sees MCs differently from us. His idea is probably having two heroes from Earth and Mars and then the princess in the middle as their motivation. She doesn't do anything in the story except existing so there's not really much to talk about. She's not a MC from a MC point of view but she's still important to the narrative so maybe in Japan that's also called a MC.
What does that have to do with anything? In A/Z Hime is both Slaine's AND Inaho's motivational girl and she's directly connected to the war and the story even if she's useless. Shoko wasn't the motivational girl or connected to the story. Haruto got in the robot because of her but he wanted to help everyone not just her. L-Elf's motivational girl was Liselotte. In VVV Haruto and L-Elf were clearly the only MCs because the story was all about them. In A/Z the story is also centered around Hime.
He regretted that decision immediately after and blames himself, if anything he'll tell her what happened and let her decide to punish him. You know she won't do anything though.
But what if Slaine actually saved Saazbaum, too? Out of the three possibilities of Slaine saving Saazbaum, the Terrans capturing and saving Saazbaum, and Saazbaum bleeding out and dying, the first seems the most likely to me.
Him taking him with him would actually be a smart strategical decision, he needs him so he can know who is a conspirator or not. If he takes Asseylum to the wrong Castle it spells death for her. He really wasn't thinking right at the time so who knows what he did with Saazbaum, I could see him just leaving him there for the Terrans to have.
I wonder about that. Slaine isn't the brightest of bulbs when he's stressed and I can smell the irony if Sauce is left behind to be rescued by UFE's platoon later. He'll be a prisoner sure, but they would have saved his life. Can you imagine it if he feels like he has a debt towards them like he did to Slaine's father?
>is saved by Yuki and Inko
>saves Inaho from Slaine later because muh gratitude
I don't think it counts as a debt if you're saved by your enemies and made a prisoner when you would prefer to die.
Worst case scenario for Saazbaum: he's captured and saved by the Terrans and finds out that Slaine saved Asseylum and is publically blaming Saazbaum as the traitor who conspired with the Terrans to kidnap and use her.
We don't really know how Slaine's father saved him, maybe it was something similar. He was already the enemy back then and Terrans went through the trouble of saving his life when they could have left him to die.
That's why I said Yuki or Inko earlier. If one of them is nice to him and give him some chicken maybe he'll feel like he owes them. Or maybe living with them for a while will calm him down. He was impressed with Slaine's loyalty and Inaho's recklessness, he needs to spend a semester around Terran teenagers.
It's funny because A/Z actually is third-rate. He comes back for sure.
Still third-rate if the same thing happened IRL?
>Saazbaum reforms from the power of friendship
It sounds dumb enough to happen in this show.
>piss poor writing
Now that's what i call exageration. Sure there are some flaws but overall it's far from being "piss poor".
>Inb4 smug faces and "DIS DELUSION XDD"
This but with Sauce.
Him discovering love is going to change him, as well as being separated from it. I wouldn't be surprised if he became dumber or more impulsive than before, probably like how Slaine was. Making him a retard is a bit much though.
So will any of these qt's actually show up this time?
I don't think that Inaho will get dumber or more impulsive, but he might emote more. Or at least his emotions will be more obviously portrayed. I think that they deliberately kept his feelings for the princess looking ambiguous so that it would hit harder in episode 12.
I think his experience might make him more obvious about how he feels, also seeing how much he hurt Yuki would make him be less impulsive I think. I feel really bad for her and Inko when they find him like that, especially when it all could have been avoided.
>Inaho becomes more emotive loses his stoicalness
I can already see people complaining.
Luckily for him he won't have to have his heart getting in the way during fights since Asseylum won't be around, the trouble might be if their forces cross paths and a fight breaks out.
I had thought maybe he'd be more like Slaine and have her at the front of his thoughts and driving his actions but unlike Slaine he has attachments to those around him so I can't see him running off like he did.
Inaho never hesitated to say how he feels about her.
Hearing those harsh words never bothered Asseylum. She seemed to understand Inaho better than he did himself.
Only person who understands him is his sister. Asseylum wasn't around him for long at all. Like, 3 weeks at most. She did seem affected by it, but she can't be getting all offended at a time like that. Inko looked bothered by his words as well.
He'll also wake up and see a broken Yuki, his sister always was his first priority. I just really hope they don't make Inaho all about Asseylum, it would be better if he died than to be reduced to just that.
My face when the bullet makes Inaho into a completely normal, social human.
I don't think that she will feel that Inaho was only using her, but she'll have trouble rebutting Slaine's accusations. "He was just using you!" "He was honest about it and I was fine with being used!"
Slaine's father worked on the Aldonah Drive. He most likely encoded a failsafe keyed to his genetic code, so his son can use it too. I mean, if I was making a superweapon, I would damn well make sure I could use it.
I really, really want her to stay dead. She's actually quite good for a princess, but if she's dead, it means that the rivalry between Inaho (If he's still around) and Slaine is going to be both bitter and hateful.
Sort of like Char and Amuro, who are still fighting over - fundamentally - Lalah's death at the end of things. It will forever be a point of contention between them, because each person blames the other.
She'd probably understand why Slaine would have a problem with it given what little he knew, from his perspective it probably looked bad. It all was just one very bad misunderstanding, I can't really blame either Inaho or Slaine for how things turned out. They don't know what the audience does.
She never wore gloves, Slaine's gloves were likely intentional though. It's though, he always piloted with gloves but took them off to pilot Tharsis, did he know you had to be barehanded to pilot a Martian Kat?
>Shimura works on all these designs for Inaho
>he hardly ever emotes
Yeah he does care about her, but from what she can experience, he is pretty aloof and cold. And what he says about her being used is accurate. It's a lot of misunderstandings.
>Sort of like Char and Amuro, who are still fighting over - fundamentally - Lalah's death at the end of things. It will forever be a point of contention between them, because each person blames the other.
But that was stupid. They got past Lalah with Sayla's help, and Asseylum's closest counterpart is Sayla.
Yeah her designs bring across a whole different character. It must have been weird for her.
I'm sure he does, it makes sense with the knowledge he displays of other martian kats.
He even knew the basics of Femieanne's Kat, was that required knowledge or did he purposely study it? I figure he should only need to know the stats of Kats based in Cruhteo's castle. If he knows the stats of all the Knights Kat's that will make taking out troublesome Knights easier.
From the way he talked to Vlad it seems he has a certain level of familiarity with high ranking officials. Maybe he's been snooping around to sate his curiosity because I doubt they let these sort of things be common knowledge when it can leak to their enemies.
Might be one of the reason Cruhteo wanted to catch him quickly, if he knows how all of the Kats work that is knowledge the Terrans could really use. Think of how many people wouldn't have died with Inaho's group if they knew how to fight them immediately.
He's only been with Cruhteo for max 2 years, who knows what he was doing before then when he wasn't broken. If he's at all like his dad I figure he'd be curious about the tech on Mars.
>"I want to be a knight and protect Princess Asseylum someday...! I'll study all the Kats!"
And then Croutons beat those smiles out of him.
I wonder if it ever crossed his mind to become a Knight, I'm honestly doubting it. Might be part of why he was treated like shit though, since he was close to Asseylum the others may have thought she might make him one eventually. The thought of a Terran becoming one probably disgusted them.
He was eleven. Eleven-year-olds still think they can grow up to be the president and shit. Plus he hung out with the princess and emperor of the entire fucking planet; he probably thought he could be whatever he wanted if he worked hard.
But you're right, it probably depends on how quickly he picked up on Vers racism.
- Gilzeria taught people to treat Terrans like subhumans who deprive Martians of prosperity/chicken.
- Saazbaum realized that Terrans are not subhumans; they were actually culturally superior. Saazbaum decided that they were denying him prosperity/chicken though.
- Saazbaum realized that the combination of brainwashing and shit living make people hateful. He wants to bring Martians to Earth so they can be prosperous/have chicken and stop resenting what the Earth has.
Saazbaum was still being a dick about it to Inaho, though, what with the, "I'd hate a Terran for those reasons," and his rant aimed at the wrong person.
Anyway, Saazbaum has the wrong idea. It's not living separately that causes problems, it's the unbalancing effect of Aldnoah, as >>115591463
said. It needs to be zeroed out.