So what's the point of this angsty faggot?
Is he gonna be another Riddhe and lose is shit by killing people left and right?
>implying he's not going to be Gundam's first Glemy clone
Not the first one in mecha in general though.
Bah, just because he's got black hair doesn't make his appearance generic.
Anyway, OP, shut the fuck up
What the hell kind of answer do you expect? It's not like we know ehat the fucking plot will be.
The only purpose of that shit is when he does nothing for the entire show, then you can ask "So what was the point of this angsty faggot?"
But only then. Until then, quit making garbage threads.
On second thought isn't Glemy basically a Jerid clone.
Hell, He had an even more pathetic death.
He's obviously going to become IBO's Char, McGillis is just bait.
I think he's going to be a more anonymous and less power-hungry version of Jerid.
I'm betting he finds out about the Alaya-Vijnana system from the McGillis and the other guy, gets one implant thinking it'll make him a better pilot than Mikazuki and loses again, before getting several implants to try and match him and still fail, becoming both more desperate as time goes on and yet by his experience of the Alaya-Vijnana system's painful injections and so on, more sympathetic to the Tekkadan crew despite himself.
I think he's going to be the most sympathetic member of Gjallarhorn by the end because he'll have shared some of their pain and problems, where McGillis and purple guy will become more distant from it because they simply don't care about their issues and are more concerned with their own careers and the future of Gjallarhorn despite seemingly being nicer and better people on the surface.
I also think he's going to get AV implants, but unlike you I think he'll lose his shit even further due to pain and complications from going through AV surgery at such a late age (he obviously isn't a little boy). He'll essentially fill the role of the insane Cyber Newtype in IBO.
Well the reason I reckon he'll become more sympathetic rather than crazy is because Okada seems to have been allowed more freedom to be "not Gundam" in some ways with IBO than directors and producers have in the past and either not aware of some of the cliches like red suits, Chars and so on, or just not concerned with them so I'm hoping she avoids doing the typical cliched route of crazy newtype analogue.
Also, while Ein is definitely older than the Tekkedan kids, he strikes me as someone who is only maybe 18 or 19, not a full adult, so while yes, him getting the implants is probably riskier Orga warned the presumably 16 or 17 year old Kudelia off getting implants not because of age but because of the pain and lack of necessity of it. Has it actually been stated to be a bad thing for adults to get it? I don't recall it being said, but I may have forgotten it.