>GARO Anime Omake and Bar Talk
>Goldstorm Bar Talks
>DDL's for series and movies
>Anime End Cards
>But how do I get into the series?
First season or the Anime, Gomenrider subs for first season and Over Time for everything afterwards
>Biku Movie Trailer
>Watch order for series
>Guren no Tsuki OP releases on Dec 23
>>ED on Nov 25
I love this kind of shots.
And this episode was better than last week's. They're finally starting to animate the armor.
They are pretty cool
If there's one thing I can compliment Guren no Tsuki's art on, the use of lighting in a lot of the shots is really cool
They seem to be coming up with a lot of ways for Kageyama to not have to talk lately. He had a gag for most of HnK, he had the visor thing in Gold Storm, and now he's frozen all the time in GnT.
At the very least, once he got the gag off in HnK he was just as chatty as the main series. Hopefully the same thing will happen in Guren no Tsuki
They make it work. And there's a lot of weight with what little movement it have which is nice after Leon's hyper agile movements.
Ryuga and Rian are so much better in the movie, but I don't get why some humans being bastards makes her so angry after dealing with Tousei in YamiTera.
Watching Goldstorm and the movie afterwards that when Ryuga is cool, he is really awesome, but even at her best I don't really care for Rian
Its weird, I remember this fight being way more one-sided, but looking back at it Zinga only starts winning once he gets the power boost from the mirror
It's a play on the old Princess Kaguya story. Bamboo cutter finds a girl from the moon inside of a bamboo stalk, brings her home where she becomes a smokin hot princess that everyone wants to marry.
Except it's Garo, so the woodcutter is a greedy fuck who wants to use his princess to get sweet treasures, and turns into a horror.
And the fight was okay. Nothing great, but the best GnT has had so far and pretty close to most of the armored scenes from Season 1 of the Toku.
Sweet, more Kaoru.
Kaoru a cutie, Kouga has good taste
Admittedly I'd rather fuck Jabi but whatever
It's the little things in how their relationship gets built up that makes it so good.
Seeing it build up over time is really adorable and natural, its kinda interesting considering Amemiya has said he doesn't really like romance
Rekka always seemed like more of a little sister to Kouga, but maybe thats just me
>Rekka always seemed like more of a little sister to Kouga, but maybe thats just me
That's exactly what she was to him, for her on the other hand. Her crush on him was quite obvious.
They aren't people, man. They are horrors.
I loved this scene.
Or wait, nevermind, at least on Chrome here it does seem to render it with the proper anamorphic settings. Didn't know webm supported that but I guess it's just modified mkv, so it shouldn't really be surprising...
Crow was a perfectly competent Knight who was totally capable of holding his own, and his only real problem is that he shared a series with Raiga.
I'd love to see Crow's cool and loyal attitude alongside somebody like Kouga, they'd probably make a great team.
But Daigo was just shit. What a waste of Giga's fantastic design. Hopefully if Yaiba ever shows up in anything it doesn't share the same fate.
ayy its me zarba, a madoo rang that exists along the side of the gold warrior garbo
Get ready because the only protag to really even come close to how awesome Kouga is, it is León (first anime)
Both are mediocre at best, but Masa made Gold Storm incredibly fun, he needed to be in every scene, though.
>If Goldstorm consisted of only Masahiro, it would have been better.
>Ryuga is now played by Masa
>So is Daigo and Gald
>and literally every other character
So we would have Masa fighting Masa, Masa jobbing to Masa, Masa crushing on Masa, and Masa making out with Masa.
damn it. I'll check that out too
It was a meh at best to be honest. I only watched for Aguri's actor and YamiTera greatly disappointed me.
I'm glad everyone seems to agree that Masa gives life to GOLD STORM
None of Ryuga's fights have been nearly as one-sided than the first time he went against Sonshi.
Just imagine the effect that something like "The Garo armor lost its shine" had on the Makai community. You know, something regarded as hope itself went dark. I guess lots of people in the community fall just for that.
They shaped up in the second half, but they were really shitty in the first
At least they weren't inexplicably incapable of beating a MOTW within a single episode.
the out of suit fights
Not like there were any fights that were actually in-suit.
It's implied to be a worldwide order, but by virtue of it being a Japanese franchise, all of the biggest Horror outbreaks and strongest knights end up in Japan.
It's like any other toku. Genocidal race of robots want to subjugate the world and evolve beyond humanity always attack somewhere in Tokyo, the world's most dangerous terrorist organization in the world has their main base in Japan, demons constantly pop up in one rural forest outside Tokyo...
It's like American stuff and always taking place in either New York or LA.
They should make a season with Raiga's daughter becoming Garo because reasons and she fuck up so badly that the entire universe is rebooted.
It wasn't a "fuck up", though. It's outright stated that it was a necessary move to kill that stupidly overpowered horror. Besides that, I don't want a "Saejima girl" being Garo. I hope that never happens.
>Stupidly overpowered Horror.
>the one donning the Garo armor had to do some shit to kill that horror and in the process the armor loses its shine.
Is it so hard to believe that whatever he did killed him in the process too?
We don't even know why the Saijima bloodline ended. Maybe Raiga/some other Saejima had a daughter, she married into another family, and thus losing the name. It could be anything.
The Saejima family is wealthy on our world and a legendary bloodline on the Makai world so if Raiga has a daughter, her husband obviously would take her last name. It's a Japanese tradition, pic related
>It's outright stated that it was a necessary move to kill that stupidly overpowered horror.
This sounds a little strange considering in all other instances of Garo facing a stupidly overpowered Horror, he just pulls a new powerup from wherever, although it's not always a powerup for himself.
Hey guys, what's a reliable site to pre-order this and have it shipped to Canada?
I usually just order Gunpla and junk off of a store located in Canada, but I have no idea where to order a figure like this.
I seriously doubt Amemiya and the writers thought about the implications. They wanted to make a brand new Garo show without connections to the old show, a fresh start. They got a brand new setting, new rules, new weapons and a golden knight with attitude. He's edgy, he's "in your face." You've heard the expression, "let's get busy"? Well, this is a Garo who gets "biz-zay!" Consistently and thoroughly.
I don't know about the reception on Japan but MnH seems to be like the anti-Yamitera. It went back to a more traditional format
You're probably right.
>I don't know about the reception on Japan but MnH seems to be like the anti-Yamitera. It went back to a more traditional format
Some anons were claiming a while back that it was pretty successful, but they didn't proved it in any way. No idea in Makai no Hana's case
Can we even be sure that the story we know is true? It doesn't seem like the person Burai and his friend heard it from was actually there, for one thing.
>but MnH seems to be like the anti-Yamitera.
I wouldn't be surprised if that was intentional.
Well in Garo Pia interview with Yokoyama he does said Amemiya and him already has the idea of how Garo fucked up before Yamitera. Due to the length of the story they aren't throwing resources to it, yet.
But I guess I shouldn't forget that Amemiya was also pretty involved with Goldstorm and that was quite CGI-heavy.
Well, the main problem with YamiTera wasn't that it used CG, but that all of its horrors were incredibly samey and boring, with exceptions like Sonshi. Goldstorm may have a lot of CG horrors, but they're all really cool and interesting designs
I don't think knights are THAT strong at all time, other than some exceptions (Garo and co.)
They are said to be able to deal with horrors even without armors, and I could imagine regular knights can deal with blank state horror(s) without too much problem. Once it gets to the demon beast horror levels that is a complete different story, and for those without plot armor probably go down pretty fast.
Knights with titles have at least 1 student to carry on their name, but it is not fast enough to balance out the deteriorating rate.
This is why they have camps training kids, lots of kids, to be their replacement.
So for the claims about Crow and Daigo being useless I say they are pretty much the regular bunch, while the blessed ones (Garo, Zero, and Dan) are just super saiyan in that fantasy world.
From an out-of-universe (i.e. the viewer's) perspective, it's pretty understandable to see those two as useless since they didn't get to achieve much despite being major recurring characters.
Daigo got to do something during the finale at the very least
What's strange is that Crow started out crazy strong and then got weaker and weaker as the show progressed.
He didn't really get weaker, Raiga jus hogged the spotlight.
Which is actually pretty fitting considering what Crow isHe was always pretty helpful to Raiga even if he wasn't getting kills
To be honest that should have been Gouten's job
Come on, that episode is the best example of Crow's character being shit upon:
>Crow, stay ready. When I give you the signal, you attack.
>Lol, just kidding. Here, take the girl home, the horror is already dead.
Even the writer was laughing at him.
It wasn't really a low budget problem, but it did overlapped the time frame when Kouga in Fantasyland was in works. So only those who worked on it knew what exactly happened back then.
For expanding Kouga's story I guess making Youseki no Wana will make more sense than making up something new after Wonderland.
1. Amemiya could finally throw in Yaiba.
2. It fills the gap between season 1 (or Dark Knight Chapter) and Red Requiem (Kouga received the order to take out the Apostle Horrors at the end of YnW).
3. Giving more hints on other organizations which has the same function like the Order in overseas countries. Why there are less knights overseas than Japan, and why they can still manage to deal with the horrors over there.
Because it sounds really awkward. Fortress Knight(?) Stronghold Knight (?)
They probably went with defense because it flows better in English. Or, alternatively, because fuck you and all that.
They imply a fortress/stronghold that doesn't really exist. Defense, while being generic, gives out the same overall meaning (protection) without implying anything. That's the reason while it flows better.
Now you're expecting Funi to understand something like that. I'm not saying that it was okay, I just provided a reasoning as for why they could have done it. Maybe they mistook Garo for a children friendly franchise and had to dumbdown anything they could.
This is what really sells how old S1 is: Gonza looks young.
You could just compare S1 and S2 Kouga. S1 got a baby face going on while S2 he fucking transformed into a man. Hell his manliness kicked in around Red Requiem. Even Kaori started to look like a house wife. The difference is also quite apparent if you compare Ninja (2009) she was in and its sequel.
I was half joking. I don't really get why people get so assblasted by translation choices. I can't understand if they were complaining about mistranslated lines or something, but choices in style? That's stupid.
Where would we be without Jam Project?
It can’t really compare to the first two series (except in terms of plot, where it well exceeds them), but it was still a great show. ‘Gold Storm’ has fewer problems but it also has fewer virtues; it’s less aggressively different from the Kōga era but in the process it loses a lot of its own identity and falls into the trap that ‘YoTM’ itself avoided entirely: being a watered down version of the original series. Ryūga and Rian ditching their old, more flawed personalities is particularly indicative of this problem.
>If Goldstorm consisted of only Masahiro, it would have been better.
He was the series’ greatest asset but also its greatest liability because the writers fellated him way too hard. Daigo got relegated to jobberville and fights against Zinga in general exhibited ‘Super Sentai’ levels of power inconsistency.
Those are really ‘Gold Storm’'s only two problems but they’re huge. In my opinion ‘YoTM’ is by far the better series even though there are a lot more individual things to criticise about it.
You make an interesting point about Goldstorm, it's flaws a lot less prominent but it has fewer really great aspects in return. I'd disagree about it being a watered down version of the original seasons though, there's similarities but I can definitely see what it was going for. The fellatio of Masa is a big part of its failing to be honest. They clearly wanted to show him as a massive threat to the heroes right from the start, and because of this he is constantly showing up and being all most completely untouchable by the heroes. This gets pretty tiring after a while
It's why Ryuga kicking his ass with Garo On is one of my favourite scenes in Goldstorm. It also means that they were forced to write Ryuga and Rian as much more serious because they were constantly going up against endgame threats from the start of the show. If it had been built up more, with more MotW horrors and a slower start to the plot, we would have been able to have some down time to show them as they normally are. like in the Goldstorm movie which I fucking loved by the way
>I'd disagree about it being a watered down version of the original seasons though, there's similarities but I can definitely see what it was going for.
I mean, I don’t mean it’s NOTHING BUT a watered down knockoff of the original. Just rather too close for my comfort.
>They clearly wanted to show him as a massive threat to the heroes right from the start, and because of this he is constantly showing up and being all most completely untouchable by the heroes.
It’s true that they sort of wrote themselves into that trap, but there were ways out of it. They could have had them slowly gain ground in repeated clashes against him like they did with Sonshi, and then if they wanted to reinvigorate the threat of Zinga they could have given him his own mid-season powerup, maybe using the sword that was such a big deal in the first half.
>like in the Goldstorm movie which I fucking loved by the way
So was Garo Sho supposed to be in any way different beyond its appearance?
>In my opinion YamiTera is by far the better series
Ehhhh. I can't agree with this.
Goldstorm was "inoffensive", which is a problem in and of itself but I thought YamiTera was just bad. It was in such a rush to distance itself from the previous Garo shows that I feel it completely lost the spirit of the series. The Horrors lacked any sense of horror, the suits were replaced wholesale with ugly CG, Sonshi was the only person in the show who actually fought rather than flailing like a ninny, and the villains ended up being the more likable characters. It dispensed with the (in my eyes) far more interesting anthology of self-contained horror stories in favour of a tighter central narrative that I honestly couldn't care less about.
I mean, at the end of the day all Garo seasons end up having a core storyline but I would hazard a guess that people tend to remember most fondly the self-contained stories like the magic bullets, the swordsman, the horror movies. Those moments are when Garo is at its best for me, and the fact that YamiTera moved away from that killed it for me.
I wonder if Ryuga wishes he still had the forearm knives for the times when he dropped the sword.
Daigo was right about one thing at least: Ryuga cannot hold onto his damn sword to save his life.
Maybe that's the difference between Shou and the previous armours: the palms secrete a steady supply of grease.
I don’t disagree qualitatively with most of those criticisms, just quantitatively — albeit greatly at that. Our mileage varies I guess.
>I mean, at the end of the day all Garo seasons end up having a core storyline but I would hazard a guess that people tend to remember most fondly the self-contained stories like the magic bullets, the swordsman, the horror movies.
I do disagree with this. We all have our favourite standalones but I think most of us remember the main plots best. However standalones are still extremely important for giving us a sense of what the characters are like in their day to day duties, helping us get to know them giving context to whatever arcs they may experience over the course of the series. I agree that this was somewhat (though not completely) lost in ‘YoTM’, but if anything ‘Gold Storm’ was even worse in this regard — though since the former series inaugurated this trend, I can understand resenting it more.
It's supposed to be the best fit evolution of the armor for Ryuga. In description it is one of the many newly found possibilities of the armor, just like Leon's armor initial look.
For my part, when trying to get other people into Garo, I usually show them scenes from the standalones. I prefer the Makai Knights as the guys who do their small part day-by-day to protect humanity, rather than the usual world-saving heroes.
YamiTera was finally starting to grow on me when Ryuga got blinded. I was very briefly excited at the prospect at a Garo Zatoichi. I knew it wouldn't stick though, for a number of reasons including healthy & safety I imagine.
But then mum magicked his eyes all better and the moment was lost. Sigh.
>I mean, at the end of the day all Garo seasons end up having a core storyline but I would hazard a guess that people tend to remember most fondly the self-contained stories like the magic bullets, the swordsman, the horror movies.
Maybe for most of Garo, but for the first season (and Midnight Sun) I was most attached to Kouga's development throughout the story.
>Ryuga cannot hold onto his damn sword to save his life
Spark disagrees and ended up becoming king.
Makai Knight armors are supposed to change appearance depending on the holder's will. Of course, the only "legacy" armors we've ever seen are Garo and Gaia, and for the most part the only thing that changes from person to person is eye color and physique. I think Sho is the kind of change that the armors are supposed to have. It's still recognizably Garo, but it's unique to Ryuga.
I'm not speaking for everybody, simply commenting that everything I've seen and heard of other people's opinions on Garo suggests to me that the standalones tend to be the part that people most associate with Garo.
But that's just what I've seen.
I'd imagine the crisis involving Ago and the stolen horror was what spurred it into existence, thanks to Ryuga's resolution. I could be wrong but I doubt that he went through any major battles in between the end of YamiTera and the Goldstorm movie
>For my part, when trying to get other people into Garo, I usually show them scenes from the standalones.
Sure, but like, how you gonna sell someone on a random piece of a season-long plot?
>I wish Ryuga stay blind. I've never liked the faggot but a blind swordsman is fucking badass. Besides, he'd be a living proof that there are consequences on being a makai knight
Yeah I hate that they bitched out of that. Soul metal and the show mythos in general are magical enough that it would make sense for him to be combat effective without sight, and it would give the writers and designers an opportunity for a poignant reversal when he regains the shine on the rest of the Garo armour even as its eyes permanently cease to light up.
>it would give the writers and designers an opportunity for a poignant reversal when he regains the shine on the rest of the Garo armour even as its eyes permanently cease to light up.
Wow, that would redeem Yamitera. Fuck Amemiya
What is your favourite version of the Garo armour?
Sure, but aside from the finales the plot episodes don’t necessarily have a leg up on the standalones in that regard. My point was that standalones have a lower barrier of entry to newcomers for reasons that have nothing to do with how much more or less memorable they are than the season plots.
I believe that the standalones are, on the whole, more memorable than the overarching plots. For example, I was perfectly content for Makai no Hana to never get to Eyrith, but it had some other issues in my eyes.
We can go back and forth about this all the live long day, but that's how I feel and that's that.
>I was perfectly content for Makai no Hana to never get to Eyrith
Honestly, they shouldn't even have introduced that plot. If you're not going to do it well, don't do it at all.
And the final fight was pretty fucking awesome
The problem with the Eiris plot is that its incredibly obvious from the start that it's set up so that they don't have to do anything with it until close to the end
That’s fine, I’m not second guessing your opinion or insinuating that you ‘should’ feel otherwise. I’m merely pointing out that which sort of episode we show to newcomers to try to hook them on this franchise is largely orthogonal to the point.
He is being dubbed "the stiffest garo actor" by the staff. Things can only get worst when he gets older, which is why Amemiya trying to get him to do role as soon as he could while he still retains some flexibility.
I wonder how buffed up Masei would look like.
I mean, Ryuga with dem pythons looked pretty fucking good. Maybe it would make Raiga look less weird on his dad's coat/maybe fill it out some more.
Makai Senki one. The proportions might be a little better than the original.
What was Zoro's horse called again? I wanna say it's even more similar to Ginga than Zoro is to Zero, but I'm not quite sure.
I don't think they named Zoro's horse. Check out his belt though. It's pretty similar to the later versions of Zero's belt, only it's got two extra lines to make a "Z" instead of just a 0.
I'd put Part 1 Leon over YT Ryuga. Leon may have had a lot of anger and control issues, but his general combat ability was extremely high, and he tried his best to protect people
Raikou has been pretty badass but he hasn't gone against any boss tier enemies yet, so it's hard to say
I'm going to wait until he can do things on his own once Seimei stops being a bitch, but so far he's one-shotted pretty well everything he's fought so he's looking pretty good.
He has, however, let a few people die. But I'd say that's largely the fault of him being unable to act on his own.
Are these the ones that are on the backs of their coats? The triangle-in-circle is Garo's emblem. It's a little strange that Ryuga doesn't seem to wear it anywhere on his clothing.
True, Leon has it way worse . He makes up for it by being incredibly based
>tfw there's barely any fan art of Leon and Ema
Remember the scene in the same episode when we're shown what he was actually thinking during that part? The first instance of the scene was clearly meant to protray him as an asshole hunting horrors practically for fun, but that was changed when they get back to it and let Ryuga's thoughts be heard by us.
You could say the same about any other GARO and his parents, specially Leon, who used to see the armor mainly as a memento from his mother, which was clearly shown when Alfonso took it from him. A part of their motivation is to follow the steps of the previous generation, that's one of the main motifs of the franchise. Ryuga is shown to care for all people from the very beginning of the series. In fact, he cares so much that he's willing to involve himself personally with some people and give them advice in order to help them with issues not related to horrors.
Oh right, it was that she was trying to restore its shine for him. It's been a while since I watched YamiTera.
Anyway, it felt to me that his primary motivation was to make her happy.
But why do you feel that way? That I cannot understand, specially when every other Garo wanted to follow in their parents footsteps. I don't think there's anything that could set Ryuga apart from the rest in that regard. In fact, if I were to make that diference, I would form two groups, the ones who got the armor mainly following their parents will and those who had a clearly more personal motivation. In the first group there would be Kouga, León and Ryuga. In the second group there would be Raiga and Raikou. And Raiga is there only because it was explicitly shown that he didn't decide to become a Makai Knight until some time after Kouga disappeared, so it's more clear that he gave it some more thought than the others. In the first group, Ryuga would be indeed the one who got the better reasons from the start, as he was following his mother will purely out of good thoughts, while Kouga and León were driven by vengeance at first.
I din't think Ryuuga's mother was trying to restore the shine "for him", as in "for him to wear". She was mostly doing it so he could see Garo's shine
That and she was doing it because garo's been gone for a fucklong time and the world's gone to shit
It's completely "for him".
15 years ago before Yamitera his mom went to Vol City for the ritual and got trapped there shortly after Ryuga was being sent to the island for training to gain the armor.
Also in description the armor hasn't been used by anybody for a long time, meaning the spirits of the past Garo likes the kid more than the others, or Ryuga just have the plot thing to be the next owner.
Hakana got to know the armor when she was still a girl and she devoted herself to restore its shine upon feeling the armor's desire to become golden again. It completely wasn't "for him."
>Gets treated as if the world is doomed with him as Garo despite having saved it multiple times and kicked the asses of whoever threatened it
Although that's mainly on /m/, he seems to be well liked in other places
Kouga at first, although he often talks about how valuable human life is, has his heart filled with a good share of hatred towards Horrors for having killed his father. This is mentioned by Zaruba in the My Name is Garo special and Kouga's extreme violence towards Horrors was also mentioned by Rei while he was suspecting Kouga of being a Horror-eating knight.The vengeance I was talking about referred to this hatred. You could say that whenever he cut down a Horror, he was cutting down his father's murderer. When he knew about Barago, he already had spent a long time living with Kaoru and had already gotten over his hatred. In Youseki no Wana, he literally said that he encountered and killed his father's murderer not for vengeance but to protect his loved ones.
Sonshi was overpowered as hell, and the three Knights were still rookie level at that point
Really cool fight though
Damn, can't argue with that, hadn't really thought of it that way before
>the guy was just that overpowered
Yeah, he gets a constant supply of power flowing from his real life counterpart Kurata Yasuaki.
That, and he was the only person who looked like he knew how to fight in the whole season.
General combat ability of all the knights were really high in the anime because the animation allowed them to have dbz level fights, so it doesn't seem fair to compare the fights to the live action ones.
Also, Leon going Lost Soul and burning half a city put a lot of minus points to his competency.
They could have very easily turned Alfonso and German into Jobbers like the other post Makai Senki secondary Knights, so I appreciate that they both remain complete bad asses right to the end
Yeah, is a minus in his competency that he was mind raped by Mendooza. The only thing he was at fault there was not controlling his rage, after that it's all Mendooza doing.
And that argument about the "DBZ Style fights" doesn't really flight because competency isn't just doing fancy moves. Kouga and Raiga are super competent because they kill love level horrors easily. In Ryuga's case we have a knight that isn't fancy, nor is portrayed as hyper competent. That's why he's dead last.
By the time of Goldstorm Ryuga is pretty badass, but his fighting style is noticeably more aggressive and less refined than the other Knights, It's interesting
Yes, he improved a lot, but it still have some rough edges that the show did address and just gave him a power up.
I get the idea to make his style different to the dignified style that Kouga and Raiga have, but it makes him look amateurish and he, as of Gold Storm, should have enough experience to have a proper style.
Garo On is pretty bitching, that scene and his general badassery in the following episodes redeemed him for me, he been okay but kind of boring up till then
Directors play a very large part in deciding if side characters being jobbers or not.
Even if the writers have included parts for side characters the directors still holds the power to rule them out to make his "perfect fit" show.
In BB Yuna and Kain may not be nobodies in the plan, but since Kaneda likes to focus on a single character in his works parts for those 2 may have gone into the garbage bin in the final product.
German may have been something even worst than what we see now. It could be Hayashi adding more to stuff to him since he is the one who drew the storyboard.
Can't always blame the writer for everything.
The thing is he doesn't have a SWINGING DEATH AXE training room or a knight to train him like Kouga (His dad and Baron), Raiga (Zero), or even Leon (His dad). Ryuga trained with a dog for 10 years, so I don't know how he learned how to even use a sword properly.
I can see what you mean, but I kinda like the feeling of "Outmatched, but still keeping up" that those last few fights have. It actually feels like its a human fighting a monster and not just a sword fight with more flips
Since we're on that topic, what about competencies of friendly knights? They'll be harder to rate because of the reasons you stated.
Rei = German > Gaia Fonz > Tsubasa > Leo > Baron > Daigo = Crow
I'm not blaming anyone here. At the end of the day who was responsible for what, on the production side of things, doesn't natter. What matters is how the product looks and fits on the franchise as whole.
If you are talented at martial arts, like a knight should probably be, and you fight a lot you will end up developing simple but effective moves even without a proper training. Ryuga has lots of natural talent, anyone denying that is an idiot. I don't understand why they don't let him grow of its "rookie" stage.
I'd put Crow above Daigo, mainly because when Crow got to fight he was generally pretty badass, it's just that the show felt the need to feed Raiga his kills
maybe thats why their sexual tension is so high. I also think that Baron is probably better than Leo as a Knight, Leo was always an amazing priest, but his combat ability as a Knight left a fair bit to be desired
Daigo and Crow's position is pretty strange.
Daigo is from a time when Garo has been gone for a very long time. A time even the Horrors are looking down at knights. It's like they distrusted Garo, and his return.
Crow is more like a screenplay problem. He is looking down at Raiga maybe due to his age. This part has been cleared up in the comic version where Raiga looked so much younger than the rest of the gang. Most like the artist does that to stick with Amemiya's request.
>tfw no Garo series where the MC is teleported to a fantasy setting for convoluted reasons
Will Amemiya ever explain what went wrong on the garoverse?
It's kinda depressive to know all the struggle of the Saejima bloodline couldn't stop the horrors and now they're probably extinct or stuck on irrelevancy
>>tfw no Garo series where the MC is teleported to a fantasy setting for convoluted reasons
Isn't that the movie with Kouga where Kamen Rider Zangetsu plays a scarecrow? Or did you specifically mean a full TV series?
Remember what Agou said: Horrors can't be stopped unless you kill every human being, because it's their darkness what brings them from Makai. The knight's struggle is eternal.
Yeah but the makai knights did an aceptable job at containing the horrors for allowing most people to have normal lives, as normal as they could be on the garoverse. We as the audience know a Kouga's descendant wasn't good enough for the job. Amemiya should do a movie about it, it could be titled "The last Saejima" or something
Not every Garo can pull the stunts like Kouga like taking down the 7 Apostle Horrors in 2 months time, while they have been killing hundreds of knights in the last 10+ years,
or like Raiga who can break the time limit rule and taking things down like slicing ham.
So I found a familiar face while watching through Ultraman Tiga