>finally some BD rips
Nobunagun was better
Only one seeder, so that episode is stalling at about 19% at the moment. This is the only cut from THAT scene I was able to get.
It was great.
Also see >>13725181
Watch it for based Caesar.
You mean Machiavelli?
Can we have some mecha? Screenshots, fanart, anything really.
Glorious Quo Vadis.
I wish it got a plamo
It would be a good partner for the Wing Fenice.
>>Just looking at those you might think the show is pretty decent.
And looking at the Quo Vadis makes you think this was going somewhere.
There is a mecha in the back...
Good taste but we cannot forget the loli whose name I forget.
Here's the live action play.
I apologize for the format, but it's all I could do.
You have to download all the pieces before opening it.
If someone wants to reupload it in a better way, please do so.
In the end you should get 4 video files totaling about 6 hours.
Here is a folder with many of the cards from the mobile game, if anyone wants to see more robots. The folder is missing Chandra Gupta and possibly more, higher quality would also be nice if anyone has them.
The game was kind of fun but not much different from any other card collecting phone game. All the robots had little animated sprites that moved and battled.
Both Caesar and his mecha are perfect. Dat bike, dat Veni Vidi Vici cannon. You can say anything about the show but for them alone it's worth watching. I really wouldn't mind a sequel or spinoff, for more crazy historical figures pilot mechs antics.
This. I liked the show and the ending, except for
Da Vinci dying for literately no reason, making his promise to dissect Himiko to find a cure for dragon cancer/or whatever it was, void.
You are a hero. Didn't even know there was a mobage.
Caesar was the best.
>Find waifu in the enemy
>Win a major battle with said enemy and demand to marry her in the negotiations
>She accepts, if only for her elder brother and the country
>Treat her like a princess and gets her to fall for him
>Allies attack his now brother-in-law's country
>Waifu is raring to get home and help defend her country
>Makes him choose between his boss and her
>He chooses his waifu without hesitating and joins in the battle, helping his brother-in-law
>When he finally goes back to his former boss' place, he got mindfucked into following his boss' weird ambition
>While he's crazy and talking about the shit his boss wants to do, he was shouting about how he would make sure his waifu will be safe and together with him after his boss does what he wants to do
>Dies together with his waifu
The episode they negociate with him and he ask for Ichihime was one of the best one. All the best episodes had no mecha.
>I wonder how often they fucked when they were together.
Maybe a few times.
Probably a lot. I mean, she was more than happy and content with Caesar later on and was easily able to influence him. If they weren't having sex and being as close as they ended up being, Caesar would just have confined his wife to their home while continuing on with his boss's orders.
Still sad they died. Best couple.
Tender, loving, and passionate sex with plenty of handholding.
I mean he went through the effort of even baking a fancy cake for her and opting to gently break the ice with some talk, and didn't just force himself on her like a warrior male would normally do in the Sengoku period after marrying.
Truly a shame they left no child behind for Mitsu to raise. Not even a daughter who took enough after her mother for him to raise as his future wife.
>>Treat her like a princess and gets her to fall for him
I really liked how they played that part.
She also has a lot of balls to demand that Caesar help Nobunaga repel the enemy.
wait so Caesar's boss goes nutty and he's forced to chose boss man or the wife
well if you want a happy trouble free life always side with the wife! kill nutty boss! unless what ever nutty boss is up to serves to benefit wife
No, its more complicated than that.
His wife, who's the sister of the enemy of his boss, demands him to choose between her and serving his boss.
He chose his wife and switched sides.
The crazy shit was later.
Even then I still wish Ichi had more attention.
She got better. They all did.
Fell in love with her jeannes.
The asymmetry is odd but what really got me was how she managed to 'hide' all of that when cross-dressing. That was some serious magic trick to disappear all them jeannes.
Spoilers because Inevitability.
Maria? What are you doing here? Don't you have -other- dimensions to part-time in?
If I recall correctly her voice as Jeanne Kaguya was pretty similar anyway.
>>Jeanne was more useful than Maria though.
That's not saying a lot but she did put effort in what she was doing.
Least the great secret of anime character design gets leaked.
Learn to appreciate classics.
Do we really don't have more mecha art/screens/fanart of this series?
Honestly, the initial promo and preproduction art hyped the series better than what we got. I was hoping for more of a straightforward Samurai vs Knights / East vs West with tactics, with a side of romance between an Easterner and a Westerner (though Caesar and Ichi ended up doing that rather than Nobu and Jeanne).
Thanks for the good stuff.
The three ninjas were all unaffiliated actresses who were selected via open auditions by Kawamori. The auditions involved singing, dancing, and acting, because the ninjas were the only roles to perform onstage and as voice actors.
Saki Takahashi, the voice of Gou (short spiky hair) was later cast as Hinata and Hajime in the Naruto and Hamatora stage musicals.
Kenshin was written as a role for a Takarazuka actress; Kawamori specifically chose Hiroki Nanami after watching a performance.
He did similar tryouts for the new Macross
>>He did similar tryouts for the new Macross
I'm kinda worried where that thing is going.