So I watched the first episode of Cross Ange and it seems like it might be an interesting show but the over excessive fan service is putting me off. Should I continue it or is it not worth it? I pretty much thought "what the fuck" during the entire episode
Oh its gets better, way better.
And them awesome.
And then hilarious.
And then silly.
And then stupid.
And then boring.
And then kinda ok.
And then hilariously awesome.
And then stupid.
And then pretty ok, I guess.
It's a pretty neat story with the mix if tech magic and what not.
The premise and worldbuilding reminded me more of western SF, really.
The execution is very typical Sunrise soap opera melodrama.
You've seen worse.
Watching Ange is like having a retarded kid.
You can curse god and hate the dumb bastard for not being normal, for knowing he'll never become brilliant.
Or you can accept him for what he is and love the ugly little spud faced tard, and go play with him and have fun.
Best part of the show.
notKira KEKing Hilda was delicious, every time/
It won't be science fiction drama, if you think of this.
It will be action/comedy semi-hentai with MC riding on magical mecha during generally unimpressive battles, you just have to wait to the ep 3-4.
There are better action/comedies out there.
Well Riza is a dragon spy cable of mindraping everyone who isn't a norma, Julio is her older brother living in the room next door and Ange is norma scum who has gotten Momoka to do everything vaguely related to the light of mana for the past 16 years.
>but the over excessive fan service is putting me off.
Cross Ange is one of those shows I enjoyed watching while it was coming out, but now that it's been a while since I can't remember what I liked or didn't like about it.
I remember there was mood whiplash throughout. Things were cute, then things were violent, then things were sexy, then things were sad, then shit tons of people died because the whole universe was powered by genocidal hate-rape, or something.
Tusk is Prince Consort of the new world, but Hilda's clearly also a concubine.
>I wonder if it still exists somewhere
Why the hell is this still on my hard drive?
Saliafags actually believe she was a pure virginal maiden that made no mistakes.
She was a fine character and had one of the stronger, if not intermittently developed arcs.
Still not as bad as Chris.
That is not really true. Or not in general.
I know that there were never ending argues over Salia waking up in the bed, naked. But just the same way, there were people actually shipping her with Embryo (at least until Ange appeared, and took even that from her).
As for me, I saw her involvement with Embryo as the necessary evil, or lesser evil, if you wish.
Better than having everything she ever cared about taken by Ange, get almost killed by her too, watch her teaming up with their "archnemesis", and then what? Take Ragna Mail from only person who actually treated her the way she always wanted, and defect to Aurora, where everybody would step on her, for not being "the chosen one"?
That was Salia's dilemma, that Saliahaters ever only laughed at.
And that's why she needed to stay by his side, until he actually proven to her, that all his knights were just pawns, and he would only ever care about himself, and having Ange as his trophy.
No it saves the show, which is utter garbage without it.
That was a good post.
Salia was hated, to death, for being a bitch over Ange being a cunt.
But to be honest, everybody on Arsenal was being a cunt. Except Vivian. And Vivian is even
exception to Lelouch's shit taste.
>If you have a sense of humor and can laugh at what you're watching. You're going to have a good time with ange.
You're goddamn right.
There were a couple of tweets attributed to Fukuda's account that, apparently, someone on /m/ translated.
I did some fact-checking and put the whole thing in an image.
I think >>13462092 helps to explain one of Destiny's more blatant sore points: who sent the assassins to kill Lacus. It was Durandal, obviously, but Fukuda never bothered explaining it because he didn't considered it a priority.