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Pellissier 2007-09-02 03:03

(MFI) Zero no Tsukaima (second series) - Episode 9 Discussion / Poll
 
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mist2123 2007-09-02 15:58

wow the animation was good but i liked the heart breaking ending in the novel

garra113 2007-09-02 16:14

Yeah me too.. I need to get my hands on them novels... Well anyway... Did you know that this was probably the only episode that she actually did normal magic right? I mean like... ZOMG.

mist2123 2007-09-02 16:16

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Originally Posted by garra113 (Post 1128054)
Yeah me too.. I need to get my hands on them novels... Well anyway... Did you know that this was probably the only episode that she actually did normal magic right? I mean like... ZOMG.

i think it was just pure luck:heh:

Kazuma77 2007-09-02 17:15

waiting for a sub version, but the ending was heart-breaking:upset::upset::upset:

Raykun 2007-09-02 20:04

so pure luck for once OMG OMG

serenade_beta 2007-09-03 04:01

If only the ending song changed... It's strange to have a sad moment broken by happy music...

Great episode though.

Agnes needs to chill, really chill. She should take Colbert's advice and retire.

asdffdsa 2007-09-03 11:34

Finally a good episode (or maybe I'm just happy the Agnes plot is finally over and done with ;) ).

Anyhow, the next episode appears to be something of interest. Looks like Louise and Saito are FINALLY going to be back in the limelight.

But next Sunday is so far away... :(

ipernorris 2007-09-03 12:38

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Originally Posted by serenade_beta (Post 1128773)
Agnes needs to chill, really chill. She should take Colbert's advice and retire.

Easy for you to speak... Agnes lived a terrible experience so stop with the pacifism... :D

mist2123 2007-09-03 12:43

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Originally Posted by ipernorris (Post 1129251)
Easy for you to speak... Agnes lived a terrible experience so stop with the pacifism... :D

It was terrible but Unlike saito his country got nuked but the US.
I feel sorry for colbert the real reason the village was burned was
Spoiler for novel:

Kazuma77 2007-09-03 12:53

Colbert could leave her to be burned alive, but he rescued her... why?:confused:

Kakosan 2007-09-03 13:55

Nice episode, really touching.

ChainLegacy 2007-09-03 14:30

I don't know what Saito was doing that entire time when Kirche, he, and Louise were supporting the dying Colbert and Anies was about to kill him. I was expecting him to whip out Delflinger and stop her O_o... Oh well.

This was probably my favorite episode this season, maybe of both seasons. It was serious, but I think it was done really well, especially the letter at the end.

ipernorris 2007-09-03 15:02

Anyway this show is surprising me because I expected it to be a retarded anime bullshit, but on the contrary the authors shown very large balls.

Anh_Minh 2007-09-03 15:04

Wow. Good men do die in ZnT.

Though I can't exactly agree with burning a whole village just because it has the plague. Setting up quarantine procedures? Sure. Burning the corpses and houses? Right on.

But burning people alive on some vague suspicion there's a plague around? Madness. And not the "this is Sparta" kind.


I also wonder about Colbert's pacifism. Just because he, in the name of military discipline, committed a monstrous act, doesn't mean every soldier is a monster. I prefer a phrase from Bujold's Winterfair Gift:
Quote:

"A higher honor must underlie ours, the count says. We can’t ever obey unthinkingly."

ipernorris 2007-09-03 15:51

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Originally Posted by Anh_Minh (Post 1129438)
Wow. Good men do die in ZnT.

Though I can't exactly agree with burning a whole village just because it has the plague. Setting up quarantine procedures? Sure. Burning the corpses and houses? Right on.

But burning people alive on some vague suspicion there's a plague around? Madness. And not the "this is Sparta" kind.


I also wonder about Colbert's pacifism. Just because he, in the name of military discipline, committed a monstrous act, doesn't mean every soldier is a monster. I prefer a phrase from Bujold's Winterfair Gift:

In Middle Age they didn't have the concept of quarantine, do you know? :D

mist2123 2007-09-03 16:01

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Originally Posted by ipernorris (Post 1129504)
In Middle Age they didn't have the concept of quarantine, do you know? :D

even if they did quarantine them then what?.

Anh_Minh 2007-09-03 16:20

The quarantine is a precaution so you can observe them without risking a further spread of the disease.

Keep the sick people separate from the healthy. If there's really no cure for the plague, well, maybe a quick, hot fire would be better... At least there'd be some justification to burning them.

But if, after you've observed them for a long time, and no one shows any sign of plague, then don't bloody burn them!

devildog23 2007-09-03 16:41

No offense, but that episode was corny.

Spoiler for episode 9:

thundrakkon 2007-09-03 17:00

The episode story was a nice change of pace, with the drama involved. It may not be the best drama around, but the letter scene and the Saito/Louise crying scene were really touching. I agree, the happy music right after kind of ruined the mood. Nevertheless, that last scene was just excellent.


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