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2008-09-25 00:15KusajaIt's not like I want to see that, but hey...it would be funny enough, at first.
I guess that's all the key is supposed to do, really. Random plot twists aside.
All of those tracks have good intros too, in particular What is Justice? and Blue Tiger, but Guren stayed in my head for the longest time, so there.
Yes, and those are some good suggestions for when those other tracks could be used. It would be pretty criminal if Sensibility was left out, so hopefully it doesn't go to waste. The last episode will probably have to hit quite a few emotional notes, ups and downs, so using a fair number of unique or unused tracks is almost a necessity.
Maybe that's just the way I found to describe it... Considering the scenes Nunnally was used for so far, I mean, though I didn't consider the lyrics...which would be interesting enough. I'm the kind of guy who, once a certain track has been used in a series, sticks to a particular interpretation, even if it's not always the most appropriate one. I wouldn't say that Eternal Separation and Memory Museum are equal, by any means, so the differences you point out are valid, but I just interpret them in as having fulfilled a similar role within the show.
I've read that theory. Well, we did appear to see Charles talking to Clovis even without a Code, didn't we? Within the Sword of Akasha. Perhaps that could happen again, if Lelouch somehow ends up returning to that place. But I'm wondering...exactly how would the transfer of that Code work? Not just because Charles would be too angry, but also...is that even possible? I'm not too sure about that sort of thing, in general, but Kallen shooting Lelouch to "activate" immortality...gives me very mixed feelings, really, and wouldn't really work unless that's all part of the plan.
That other theory may have more merit...but I'm not sure if that would mean Schneizel serving as Emperor. Lelouch could just leave him in a leadership position where he will follow "Zero", whatever that means...maybe Lelouch will put on the mask one last time, or make someone else assume that role? As for the keywords for 25, I'm uncertain about how we should read them...maybe there's some irony there? I could see a disgruntled Britannian or another person blaming Lelouch for the final collapse of their own nation. Other than that, yes...it's probably referring to Schneizel or someone else (Zero...Ougi? ) "defeating" Emperor Lelouch. Unfortunately, that does look pretty inevitable: Lelouch's reputation will be forever ruined in the eyes of history, but hopefully a few key individuals realize the truth and are able to recognize the value of what he did.
2008-09-24 08:05Dann of ThursdayI guess a few of them do fit to some degree. The songs eternal seperation sound way too similar though which leads me to suspect they speak of the situation with Lelouch and C.C. and that one of them will die. Or maybe with Kallen where they love each other, but can't be together. Sorry.
2008-09-24 01:05KusajaAt this point, I'm almost expecting Charles and Marianne to drop in from the World of C as ghostly apparitions...who then proceed to save Ougi for some random reason.
That's one way to look at it, yes. But I don't expect Gino, Anya, Jeremiah and Schneizel to participate, or maybe that's just underestimating what this show can pull off. Ending everything with a cliffhanger like that would be rather cheap, yes. On another note, I can imagine a final scene which, say, has Lelouch or someone else reacting surprised at something or other, like the final scene in GunxSword if you've seen that.
That remote can't possibly be the key to control Damocles, or could it? I mean, Lelouch had his own custom multi-purpose switch, so I can understand the idea...but you know, once FLEIJA enters the equation...that tends to override the importance of everything else.
And Tristan Twin is apparently Tristan Divider...
It may not be too interesting, since it's just action, but one of the songs I was expecting to hear the most, for a long time, was Guren...since Turn 1, in fact. That is unfortunately correct, we may need to wait for an extra disk. It shouldn't be too hard to release one, since Code Geass merchandise sells very well. I'm wondering if Continued Story may be epilogue-related music for the last scene or two, but not the one used during the actual credits...since Taniguchi has sometimes used an OP theme for that purpose. A hopeful note is what I want, as does almost everyone. Yes, Nunnally does seem to be an interesting song and title for that one...it has a certain melancholic feel, and I'm wondering if we will hear it again. Another couple of songs I like from the OST are Eternal Separation and Memory Museum, which are fairly different but also have a vaguely common vibe, in a way..
2008-09-23 20:56Dann of ThursdayYes, that seems about right and the show seems to obviously going in that direction since C.C. is out of the way. It's Kallen or bust. The vast majority seem to readily accept this.
I haven't been able to hear it despite getting my hands on it in some sense since my internet has decided to be very troublesome.
That's all a bit odd. None of the titles match the scenes and I sure as hell know Nunnally wasn't in any of those.
I somewhat doubt that we will hear all of them actually a few of them seem quite sad. I'd agree that the one you spoke of would be good for the epilogue though I guess we'll see soon enough.
Eh, I'm not sure if it really matter though it is interesting. I suppose none of the titles reflect the situation at all.
2008-09-23 16:43Dann of ThursdayI guess Kallen's new song confirms LXK as the canon pairing for the show while C.C.'s confirms she dies and never sees Lelouch ever again. So yeah. I guess it would be silly to think that Okouchi and Taniguchi would waste all of Kallen's romantic development with Lelouch on someone like C.C. who has had next to nothing. I guess these scenes are simply to wrap up C.C. as quickly as possible so they can stop bothering with her anymore and move on to Kallen's scenes. Looks like her gum line and the fact she will contront Lelouch does mean he loves her.
2008-09-23 02:57KusajaOh, I agree...but still, I'm trying to prepare myself for everything and anything.
Ah, now I get it. You're absolutely right there. It seems so obvious now, but at the time...I just couldn't make heads or tails out of it. Indeed, it all makes sense.
Anya? Hmm...I suppose she could be, though not sure to what extent her involvement would move the plot forward at this point, since her main role is done. A conversation seems interesting, maybe that could be it, if Suzaku's willing to even give those little hints in the first place. That could work. But I wonder, following along the lines of what Narona and others have mentioned (I think), if we may get another round of several people pointing guns at each other...it would be goofy, in concept, but who knows. That's the result I'm expecting as well, mutual damage to both of their KMFs, but the scale may tip a little more in one direction or another.
That was the speculation that came to my mind just a couple of seconds ago. It's a bit of a gamble and, on the surface, still sounds a little too funny, but it could also work if done well. On the other hand, it's also a little dangerous for all involved. Still, I wonder if there will be enough time for such a complex, relatively speaking, confrontation, when Damocles is ascending as they all speak and fight...and then we need to get an epilogue of sorts, don't we?
I can see Schneizel stopping the self-destruction mechanism, like Lelouch ordered him to, but I don't know if the Damocles will be able to stop its current ascension. I guess that's what it all comes down to, yup, technical details aside.
That Cecile bit was funny, yes...and did you know the result is apparently known as the Lancelot Frontier? Curious name, that one...but it's on the official webpage.
2008-09-22 17:32Dann of ThursdayWell, I looked back at some of the old episodes from season 1 with the two of them and it really had changed given the way they speak and interact with one another. Much closer than before. I still think it will end badly for them though.
The first seems like she is still stating she wants to die and will do so as soon as Lelouch makes her smile, which seems very possible and almost probable. The second sounds a bit more positive, but I really don't know. What I worry about is that she still doesn't seem sure at all of how she feels about Lelouch given the way she reacted to Kallen's question. How they meet again given her location is something I am not sure of though and I worry greatly about how the situation of her being immortal is supposed to be resolved. I doubt it's C.C. and Lelouch seems the only reasonable option anymore. I don't know how C.C. is supposed to become involved at all anymore and they could just write her off. I still worry that Lelouch might say he loves her since his feelings don't seem entirely clear for C.C. at all and thus are still open. Not sure how things will go with Kallen, though since Kallen looks to be the last person interacting with him it does look very good for her.
Suzaku doesn't seem entirely in the reasoning mood at the moment given what they are trying to do though he did talk with Gino and Toudou for just a bit. I think Suzaku regards Gino as someone he doesn't want to have to kill. I doubt they will reach any agreement because if that happens, then what is really at stake? Yes, I agree about how we know what they are fighting for now and how Nina seems to have understood what they are trying to do. I would agree on Kallen's reasons for doing what she is doing, but we'll have to see how it all goes. I agree that it seems wrong, but it may still happen.
Yes, that seems to be one of the biggest things. Charles and Schneizal seem to have a predetermined idea of what humans are like while Lelouch still sees that there are various possibilities.
I find it extremely odd if those were really the only people who talked since there are others who I would think would have lines. That post is interesting and I agree with her points about how this act is definitely something Taniguchi does. I'd hope he is putting his love into this.
Still, C.C.'s reaction and words to Kallen saying C.C. was in love with Lelouch seems to paint a clear picture that she doesn't love him and they she will likely die. Most seem to regard the conversation with Kallen and C.C. as a positive thing for LXK. And others have noted that Lelouch doesn't seem to regard Kallen or C.C. differently from one another and thus doesn't love one more than the other. I didn't see any paticular evidence he might have had feelings for C.C..
In any case, the whole pairing issue should be solved once in for all though pretty much everyone knows that it can only end with Kallen or no one since C.C. is practically impossible at this point. The scene in 24 didn't seem to prove anything and it doesn't seem C.C. has feelings for him either.
Maybe you're right, but we didn't get to see that moment, only the results. I think the only other thing that could happen, along the lines of using force, would be Nunnally being Geassed into forgetting her brother, which would be pretty sad but better than death. It shouldn't come to that, I hope, and even in such a case they would have to talk for a while first.
Well, that's the obvious inspiration...but apparently the real name is FLEIJA ELIMINATOR. I think we wouldn't have guessed that in a million years though.
Suzaku could reason with her, but that would mean revealing parts of the plan or else it would just be a bunch of empty words with no effect. He knows he can't let his guard down either, against an equivalent machine. Still, he's technically defending Lelouch, so if both Lancelot and Guren end up being heavily damaged that could also work out.
It does raise the small question of how Lelouch will get out of Damocles next Turn...unless he plans to implement Zero Requiem from up there. And on a similar note, we lost the shiny Pink Lancelot very quickly too.
2008-09-22 10:56NaronaYour post was very interesting. But it leads me to think that schneizel will overcome his geass and kill lelouch XD. What cornelia said about schneizel is important. Maybe the geass will not work on someone who doesn't have any desire.
2008-09-22 09:05NaronaSorry to ask that, but please give your opinion here : http://forums.animesuki.com/showpost...ostcount=10652