>Give back the will to power to Lux to cure it of its nihilism, I think. He probably read some Nietzsche on the way to the city.
So basically break the boredom and fight like animals till the inevitable death?
>till the inevitable death?
Or until one of the gangs takes over the others and gains control over Lux? I don't think he planned that far ahead anyway, he just wanted to spice things up and give people some motivation so they don't end up as the soulless husks that reside in the surface.
It's been a while since I last rewatched this.
Raffia is made out of people. That big hole you see by the cliff in the last two episodes if where Raffia is mined from and it's where they dumped all the bodies back when they were building the city.
The Surface is the above-ground world. The Hill is the place where Kano and the rest of the Class live at behind their giant gate guarded by the disco ball of death. Two different places entirely.
>The Surface is the above-ground world. The Hill is the place where Kano and the rest of the Class live at behind their giant gate guarded by the disco ball of death. Two different places entirely.
>Cry on the last episode
>Rewatch Texhnolyze a few years later
>Cry on the last episode again
That shit was one of the most powerful moments in anime
Not cheap drama, just a slow and crushing end that leaves you empty inside