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  1. demon_god04
    2008-09-12 15:26
    demon_god04
    No problem, sorry I am late in replying to this as well, work and school means I do not have much time and I usually check the forums between lectures now.

    I'd just start a new game with only the grade boost, it is alot easier to accumilate the grade like that on a second run, better then just mindlessly fighting easy to kill mobs.

    Oh I am not saying Symphonia was a bad game, just that it was far from the perfection that most people seem to think it is. Especially in terms of the story and character development.

    Well I do agree with you, but Symphonia's system lets you choose who you like and experience those key scenes that you grow closer together with that person only, so you are not really in a harem just that you can pick and choose who you like more.

    Exp upgrade is not really needed unless you play on Unknown. Using it in very hard takes the fun out of it. Yeah Van's battle was not that bad, in comparision fighting all the God Generals together was harder, especially in the bonus dungeon.

    Not that I wasn't happy, I just liked Natalia's character alot, she had alot of character growth throughout the course of the series, second only to Luke in my opinion. As much as I hate to say it Jade also wasn't as well developed.

    I liked how they did the whole half elves thing that leads into racism but in the end Yggdrasil turned into just another raving lunatic turned into an apocalyptic monster. Kind of a let down.

    I think that Van also accepted that the world chose which side to accept. They were all fighting and willing to die for what they believe was right so there was not really much hatred between them so much as a clash of opinions.

    I wanted them to resolve geass with Charles and have it disappear. I wanted it a "normal" match between Schneizel and Lelouch without super mind powers coming into play.

    I wanted viletta to die instead... oh well.

    Well I basically said my throughts alot on the forums on why I believe Nunally is an idiot. Schneizel nuked two cities, how is that the lesser of two evils to her? And her bond with Lelouch and the fact she knows him so well should have atleast let you hear him out before jumping to any conclusions. She knows the kind of person Lelouch is so unless her understanding of him was really that shallow then I'd say she is a moron.
  2. Narona
    2008-09-12 14:25
    Narona
    Sorry I will reply later, I'm too angry right now to write a good post (i'm not angry at you)
  3. Kusaja
    2008-09-12 11:30
    Kusaja
    Then all you have to do is pretty much sit back and wait...we'll have more to talk about next episode, one way or another.

    Kallen does need to get another scene with Lelouch, for closure, but I'm not sure about what that will lead to...especially with the possibility of an immortal Lelouch. That pretty much spells out that anyone he stays with (even a mortal C.C.) will die and he'll outlive them in this world. Fairly bittersweet.

    I know it's mostly likely wrong, but I admitted it's just speculation. I'm not really sure about that though...Anya's gum line wasn't extremely important, even if it did suit her character and all. In fact, she said more important things as Marianne, technically.

    I suppose you must be very disappointed at C.C.'s character this season and the lack of screen time she received, but I prefer not to judge her until the curtain comes down. I wonder...haven't you been surprised by other developments in this show? That could still happen. I also hope Taniguchi is planning to be more original this time, personally.

    No, it won't be terribly important, but it's interesting as trivia at least. Even the Knights of Rounds have received a little more background in the novels, or so I've heard.

    I haven't heard about that alternate version, but I did read that there were some plans for a third season. Too bad Cartoon Network (I believe they supported the production of the second season) was already done with the show by then though. In any case, it seems they've mostly turned their anime programming into a mere sideshow, and a mistreated one at that.

    That's what he is trying to look like, from what we can tell...Lelouch's the "enemy of the world" and all, while Schneizel is currently only the enemy of Britannia, at least until he reveals his own intentions.

    I didn't mean that Lelouch should kill Nunnally, in fact I want them to end the show on good terms, but that he should be able to oppose her with his other actions and get over his obsession in order to fight Schneizel and accomplish the Zero Requiem (whatever that really is)

    Pendragon's already been nuked, and so did most of the Tokyo settlement...FLEIJA is a strategic weapon, not a tactical one, after all, and I'd think it's not necessary to overuse its power. Too many nuclear explosions become boring after a while.

    That sounds like what today's Lelouch would do, and it would work for many years, but time and immortality could slowly weaken that resolve and change him as a person. It happened to C.C. and maybe even to V.V. in a way. Which is why I'm hoping we get some other twist.

    Not everyone is negative about C.C. and I would be surprised if the staff did not provide her with a chance for redemption after all she's suffered. Death is a possible way out, but not the only one.

    Just trying to pick up some of the pieces, nothing more.

    You can doubt, but neither of us can say for sure.
  4. Narona
    2008-09-12 10:56
    Narona
    And you were shipping Scherise I guess.
  5. Narona
    2008-09-12 10:48
    Narona
    How it ended?
  6. Kusaja
    2008-09-12 08:38
    Kusaja
    Naturally, I think that little bit of information Koshimizu is more or less stating the obvious...while asking rhetorical questions only Sunrise can answer. The contract is still valid, but we don't know what will happen with it. I'm inclined to believe C.C. can survive even if she does pass on her Code...one thing doesn't imply the other if she has changed her mind.

    Fanatical LxK fans would kill me for this, but I've actually been thinking Kallen's gum line could be used in a non-romantic context, just as a way to brush someone off...and doesn't need to be said to Lelouch. I could be completely wrong, however, but the idea's in my head already. It still works as a romantic line as well, I don't deny it.

    I don't think so. Giving her Code away does not guarantee her death...that's an extra step that C.C. might not want to go through with, even if she does intend to make Lelouch her successor after all. Again, I might also be wrong about this, but there has to be a point to her character development, as small as it may have been.

    Maybe the novels, even though they aren't really canon material, will expand on the whole Ragnarok plan and anything else Jupiter might represent...too early to tell. Seems like they don't always work with the show's version of the story, but at the same time they also provide many interesting details. I guess anything that doesn't contradict the show may be of some value.

    Glad to know you liked those shows then. Sometimes I wish Big O had a third season though. I don't know if I'd laugh or cry if we got such an ending for Code Geass, but it was definitely appropiate for the kind of show Big O was.

    Well, that goes with what the magazines have spoiled and speculated about him...he's not a really a "true" villain, going by those...

    They really do need to forgive, each other even, since Nunnally is pretty much the only person Lelouch has publicly expressed love for. But honestly...he may well have to get over his sister in order to accomplish his goal, which should give us an interesting confrontation overall.

    I don't know if we'll actually see FLEIJA fired on someone or something else, instead of its just being a threat or a part of Schneizel's plans that has to be stopped. I mean, that weapon has been used twice already, no? Not too much more you can do with it.

    We'll just have to wait and see what the death toll looks like then...and in some ways I'm wondering if Lelouch gaining immortality will really be the end of the road for him, since time would pass, making him want to die as well, which means new Geass users and there's enough potential for another season of the show. Don't think they'll go with that, but the potential is there.

    It's definitely too late to speak of more episodes or anything, but in the planning phase, that could have been accomplished.

    I think C.C.'s confused inside, and her external attitude does reflect her old ways, but things are probably a little less clear in her mind. Thankfully though, we'll begin to see if you're right or wrong about that in...less than two days.

    Yes, but in practice by merging everyone into a collective they'd also undo the effects of time and death, from what they said, which would still give us a "reset" of some sort. Deaths would no longer matter, since you could just talk with everyone else, like Euphemia, Shirley, etc.

    I guess the series could still manage to surprise both of us though...you and your (relative) negativity, me and my (relative) optimism.
  7. Narona
    2008-09-12 07:09
    Narona
    I know I know, Mister Pessimism

    >________________>
  8. Ring
    2008-09-12 02:11
    Ring
    Lelouch with the Code at the end series would probably mean his 'sastifactory' end is seeing the world everyone wanted come to life, but I don't think he'll be a part of society and might be presumed dead. Unless there happens to be a deux ex machina along the way and the Code can somehow be erased. I see the FLEIJA theory working if the Damocles is about to be blown up with Lelouch and C.C. on it. The time left is short and C.C. gives the Code to Lelouch to save him. This doesn't seem to fit with the gum lines though and some people think FLEIJA is capable of killing an immortal. I guess the other possibility for 'saving Lelouch by giving the Code' is that Lelouch is mortally wounded somehow during his confrontation with Nunnally.
  9. Narona
    2008-09-11 23:40
    Narona
    shhhhhhhhhhhhh stop to be depressed like that damn it
  10. Narona
    2008-09-11 23:30
    Narona
    since you are sure of that, then i will just reply Ok XD

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