Is that Misty's little sister?
Is the show any good? I dropped after two episodes, it was kinda boring.
I doubt you'll enjoy it, but you can always give it another shot if you have any interest left. We just barely entered the second volume material, so take that as a hint to how slow it's going. Also, most people would say that HO changes after volume one; it becomes more defined as to what it wants to be, or something like that.
Never played, so I don't know. But what I saw from the first two episodes is that the object was destroyed and kinda lost interest.
I like that. But if it's between the two fagboys then forget it.
>I like that. But if it's between the two fagboys then forget it.
Basically why I dropped it this episode. The banter became unbelievably dull, it might be good while on paper but the VAs sound just so annoying and I couldn't take it anymore, especially for 16 more episodes
>just in this episode they get more motivated to do their jobs with a femdom porn video
>havia is fighting objects to solve the romeo and juliette situation that's restricting him from marrying his qt waifu
Are you retarded?
I'm not watching the show so it's not me who'se retarded.
They look the same, only different eye colors
So is it arranged marriage?
Because they seem to care about each other
I thought they were actually fapping
HAHAHA they did it
They did a pretty good job fitting a whole chapter in this episode. Would have been nice to get the penguin scene unabridged, but I guess it's better than cutting it out entirely.
This episode marks the start of volume 2, so you can jump right in if you know the basics of the setting.
There's a reason they don't even number the novels officially, they're more like expansion packs of each other than sequels.
>Terrorists stop gunfire to enjoy a baby penguin falling over.
Seems Kamachi watched Herzog's film.
Fricken' best girl
It sounded more like FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to me.
From LN 1, Chapter 1, Part 12:
>“And even if we did have a reactor to use, those weapons are meant to be fired while attached to a 50 meters, 20 ton Object.
It is implied that it may weight some more than it, but let's take 20 thousand kilograms as a rought estimate. Knowing that the Baby Magnum is roughly spherical and has a diameter of 50 meters, we can do some math.
>you will never drink Milindas pussy juices from a tube
And that is the LN translation
>“Once again, we cannot use the princess’s Baby Magnum. Objects are monstrous weapons that weight over 200,000 tons. Putting one on that icy continent could easily lead to the thick ice cracking and the Object falling through. Then how are we supposed to get it out? I certainly don’t know of a crane that can lift something that heavy.”
Though they cut out the last part in the anime.
Alright, done with the math-An Object's density is roughly 3055 kg/cube meter; namely about three times as dense as water and 10-15% more dense than Alluminium. This means that it won't float naturally, and that the overall water displacement provided by whatever specialized buoyancy device and the propellers is of around 200 000 cube meters, think a 100mx100mx20m water volume for comparison.
GREATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD
All this time I thought commander was Havia's love interest and now he happens to have a fiance that is Hime 2.0?
This wouldn't be so weird if at least she was red haired or something or looked just a bit different at least but...she is fucking hime
they are literally perfect for each other
hevia is a good man
fighting for his waifu
Not that it really changes anything, but I think he's listed as a combat engineer, who are allowed to use explosives. That's probably the only license or training Quenser has.
While both of them really aren't against that idea, currently the situation of their families could make it into a highly complicated matter.
So no, at least not yet. Not yet in the novels either.
Looks like all those little girls politician dude was watching were Elites in the making. So probably girls are better at it for some reason. Maybe because of smaller frame and better high G tolerance.
There is no other reason to put little girls in them.
Little girls are easier to market to the public or something along that effect. I know at some point they mention that some elites are often used as propaganda since it makes people want to sign up and protect them or something.
It was mentioned that Elites suffer from very high load factors during combat. No wonder when you have a 200k ton thing making a sharp turn at 500 km/h.
Having the frame of a 14y old girl in such times is actually a big advantage.
>we've searched every square inch of this base and all we have found is porno, porno, porno!
Nope, they both love each other. Heivia pretty much entered the military so he could be together with her.
That doesn't mean he isn't a young adult male though.
Also, I recall her stating somewhere that she'd be fine with him having a mistress, but if he'd put anyone above her, she'd be happy to use her family's collection of torture instruments.
Their relationship is interesting.
She's not any form of combatant and has no business being anywhere near a battlefield. I haven't watched the episode yet, but if I remember correctly from the LN, the current situation would be damsel in distress, but she doesn't know it.
So they literally wouldn't give a fuck if there was other innocent civilians if his fiancee wasn't there?
Damn, that's pretty twisted.
They'll show him that the true path to getting shit done in your adventures is by having a bro right by your side.
Well, this scene isn't too far off.
Out of everything that bothered me with Funi's "localization" for this show this fucking killed it for me. The whole point of the naming conventions is to show how dumb the world is split up.
How hard is it to at least skim through the source material and see that Capital Enterprise army is not only misleading but sounds fucking stupid compared to Capitalist Corporations when everyone else's nation has a clear focus defined in its name.
This actually completely changes the meaning of the "American" based nation as it isn't an army per se but rather a conglomerate corporation that is essentially the government with each having their own PMC esque army. I really hope they change it for future episodes because otherwise the PMC maids are going to look cringeworthy as fuck.
So Legitimacy Kingdom is EU + constitutional monarchy.
Capitalist Corps = USA + megacorporations.
Faith Alliance is religion in all flavors.
But what the shit is Information Union? Russia + Reddit/2ch or something? Like what, their nations are run through the internet?
I nominate either Accelerator or Tsuchimikado to be his bro on his adventures.
I don't actually think that they've stated the Information Union's origin in terms of home country.
But to keep things simple its a coalition of states that believe that information is power. They are essentially the pseudo-pseudo
:^)NSA of the universe and monitor everything and sort through it.
>“The world may have changed, but a North American superpower once had complete control of the world’s military balance. That was an era of peace. But that exemplary nation was smashed to pieces by the flow of time! The home countries of the Capitalist Corporations and Information Alliance now exist there. It is not realistic to resurrect a single superpower there.”
This episode was amazing.
Great episode. Nice to see Havia actually have love interest
>funi encode is complete and total garbage
>CG looks like shit
>water is terrible
I would have found this episode truly detestable if not for the ludicrous innuendo they did with the bullets and magazines after Heivia found that dominatrix video.
Question for LN readers; does Qwuenthur and Hime's relationship ever progress further than it is right now? Like, is there ever a straight-up confession or will they remain not-quite friends but not-quite lovers" forever?
In the most recent novel, he told a villain that he was "interested" in Hime and she ended up hearing about it. She was interrupted when she tried asking him about it and it wasn't brought up again for the rest of the novel.
Can Havia be called the title of "Lord" when he hasn't inherited his family estate yet?