>Fyana: "There's really nobody here. It looks abandoned. Just... the two of us"
>chirico we're all alone and i'm a hot woman and i want to drink wine with you
>i only drink soda pop
Yeah, the original intent of the march is obvious, but after having seen it in this context you just can't get it out of your head.
The Red Shoulders were not nice people.
I forget, did Chiroco commit atrocities?
Didn't he confirm it during the Sunsa arc? He said that he wasn't responsible for what happened to the planet, but he did the same thing that on other planets as a Red Shoulder.
been making my way through the OVAs
Just watched Combat Troopers: Vobongles
Not surprised to see that Chirico was just as badass as a kid
Unfortunately. It also retconned to where he was only with the Red Shoulders for a few months and never committed any atrocities; he just sat in his room the whole damn day.
I'm really not caring for the OVAs. I'm hoping the ones that are sequels are better.
It was the best part.
I liked BB, but it was kinda unnecessary because you don't need to shove in not-Gosterro into votoms.
At least LRS serve as a good bridge between Woodo and Kunmen and sheds light on a character that was basically a literally who when he first showed up
Oh, THAT OVA. I always get that one confused with Root of Ambition. I thought it was just alright, but I do agree that it serves as a good bridge between Uoodo and Kummen.
As for Big Battle, I love it because it's essentially another episode in the show. It doesn't expand on the plot, and I honestly prefer that to what Roots of Ambition did. It just felt super fun, too. As for not-Gostero, he works fine for me. He doesn't need to be there, but he works well enough as an excuse for having Chirico fight a giant death tank.
>mfw the only good part of Roots was the Red Shoulder was the simulation battle
You should probably rephrase your post
Just finished the second arc.
Was it just a big reference to Apocalypse Now? The jungles of Kummen and Veela's buildings (especially Kanjelman's castle) felt like AN's scenarios and there is also the episode with the boat.
Also loved Kanjelman's character despite the little screentime he got. The whole bit about his idea of "new VS old" was Tomino as fuck, just crazier and less romantic.
>He said that he wasn't responsible for what happened to the planet
You misunderstood him. He said he was not responsible for turning Sunsa into a desert from its original jungle environment. You see, the Red Shoulders invaded Sunsa numerous times, but he was only involved in the last invasion which we see in the OVA. That Sunsa woman was mistaken and thought that since he was a red shoulder he was responsible for destroying the planet. He informs her that while he is not technically responsible for that he still understands why she hates him. The OVA didn't retcon anything.
So did he not know that Chirico was still alive and that is what freaked him out? Or was it the whole wiseman speaking through Chirico that made him shit his pants? I get that them not saluting and being disrespectful is what drew the attention of the crowd, but Pailsen wouldn't have gotten so worked up over that alone.
Nadelman did add fuel to the fire in regards to this.
Was the comic and the tabletop rpg book really got published in this side of pacific or they are unreleased products that is now available online?
If it is the former, what stopped it from ultimately getting a release in USA?
MAL lists some english VAs too in the character profile, is there any link to that?
Tim Eldred (I mistakenly used Nadelman instead). He got genuinely hooked on the IP.
>I heard it was awful
Considering CPM's reputation, it's a good thing they couldn't afford to do the rest of the show like that.
This one anon, the one that uses fuzion system.
Haven't read it yet, but could be in vein of Dominion and Bubblegum Crisis tabletop rpg games.
What is Votoms Odissey?
It's a japanese data book from the 1985, that I always believed was used as basis for Votoms themed RPG.
I dont know how to read japanese, so I might be wrong.
here's a link
I forget a pic to illustrate
Oh my wiseman, Takahashi had such a huge head in his youth.