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Old 2011-10-09, 07:58   Link #119
Komrades of Kitamura Kou
Join Date: Jul 2004
Age: 33
You know what... the absentee referencing tone of the pilot episode of season 3 could have been bloody brilliant if the transition between seasons was smoother. So yes I echo the sentiments of others because the lack of of a more distinct continuity makes the episode's presentation and disjointed narrative that switches between characters and scenes to be a bit jarring.

That said, if you are able to fill in the gaps between seasons yourself using material or imagination, the episode's use of disjointed referencing to an event that we aren't able to see, forcing us to piece together this massive event on our own, was a rather gutsy and unique move considering the shows usual flow. It could have been a completely gripping and suspenseful if there was something in between to ease most of us back into the world of Flame Hazes and Crimsons.
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