I love Jeanne
What was his name again?
>she was literally on pins and needles, soaking her panties when she thought he was going to confess a few weeks ago and got pissed when he didn't
Is an art book more valid than what actually happens in the show?
This entire scene, my dude.
Can humanity ever stop winning ? Can ANYONE stop this madman ?
Because the person who is interested in Nina is Chris, not Cheerios.
Headcanon. Charioce must onbiously have a strong disposition to violence and murder since he was murdering people before even becoming the king. Moreover, he was murdering for the sole purpose of becoming a king.
Seems more like he was hearing out her case against 'indefinite' imprisonment.
He still probably would have locked her up, but if she'd pleaded her case well she might have at least gotten a proper time period to be imprisoned with.
He doesn't seem the type to do that, hell, he didn't even reprimant Kaisar when he basically went up and told him that he didn't agree with what Charioce was doing and would try to seek his own solution to the problem of humans v demons, that's insubordination at the very least.
He proved that demons gods and humans can work together when their lives depend on it, any other time and the best idea would probably be just not to fuck with either of the other races.
There's a very big differencertainly between giving your honest opinion on a matter which he even asked permission before speaking, and just straight up insulting the King and calling him shit in front of the entire court
He needed to play it off as not taking her seriously
everybody else watching was seriously expecting her to be executed right there so I believe he is the type to execute people just for badmouthing him
Eh, seems like people have a certain expectation from him, I mean, if he wasn't going to execute the guy who literally fought with him, why would he execute a hysterical screaming girl for badmouthing him?
Reminds me of when he came back from the festival and one of the royal attendant guys said "You have to inform us if you're leaving the castle!" and he just tells him to shut up, feels like they should know he's at least somewhat unconventional by now.
He tried to kill Kaisar during the fight because he was directly in his way of killing Azazel, after he's caught them both, Kaisar isn't in his way anymore, he's just someone who raised a sword against him, which Charioce apparently deems not worthy of execution, same as Nina shitalking him.
>which Charioce apparently deems not worthy of execution
Probably not a good idea to hang the captain of once was the greatest knights in the kingdom. Depending on how much people know about S1 he's also a hero.
People didn't seem to care about him that much when he was arrested anyway, they were basically just saying "Wow I can't believe the captain committed treason, look how far the Orleans knights have fallen."
What are these supposed to be? Demons? Humans? or Angels?
Don't kid yourself favarofag. Favaro is a loser and a failure. He failed at literally everything, spent large part of the series pushed around by people stronger than him, and finally, failed to save Amira.
The guy on the left looks like that fallen angel Grigori who was supposed to be in S1 but was replaced by Martinet in the end. Although their simplistic and uniformly outfit designs make me think they're anime originals.
>implying Azazel and Kaisar aren't just as buff
Angels on the other hand really ought to hit the gym.
>not knowing kissing a man makes you pregnant
> You will never be bit by a lolizom and forced to perform unspeakable acts upon her tiny body
Angel physiology is a bit like a fungus. When they die they release millions of tiny, resilient spores. All Jeanne had to do was take a bath covered in Michael. She never stood a chance.
El is also gay for Azazel so everything works out in the end.
>Fireworks in the middle of the day.
No wonder Azazel is angry, the people in this kingdom are retarded.
I wouldn't mind living in the capital though. Shit looks beautiful. Reminds me of Italy.
Endgame right there. AzazelxMugaro is the righteous way.
For a while I thought Azazel/Nina would be the end game but it doesn't seem so from how the officials are shilling Charioce/Nina. It's too bad, they had good chemistry and fun banter but Azazel just doesn't seem interested in her that way and vice versa. Nina retaining her usual personality was also good, I can't stand that generic lovestruck bashful damself she's forced to play against Cheerios.
I don't think he's capable of wearing hats. Have you seen his hair?
It doesn't even go down when wet.
That shit's made of steel.
Also who did Rita fuck?
He left his hat behind on his father's grave so not likely. I guess returning the hat to his father was meant to symbolize that his daddy issues and issues of his death have been resolved.
I would have liked to see Azazel/Nina too. Mutual tsundere couples are always fun. And I wanted to see Azazel redeemed by learning how to care for someone other than just using them for his plans.
>you will never feel Mugaro's bulge against the back of your head.
I hate waiting every fucking week
>And I wanted to see Azazel redeemed by learning how to care for someone other than just using them for his plans.
I think they'll still do something in that vein, but probably not in a romantic nature. On the other hand I just can't picture Charioce walking out of this alive, so while Nina/Chari are probably going to be the end game it's going to be a bittersweet/tragic one while her relationship with Azazel as friends will live on.
>cheeriosfags think they can avoid the humiliation conga
Nope, it doesn't work that way. Prepare your asses for it is going to be brutal.
>from how the officials are shilling Charioce/Nina
How are they shilling them exactly? They had one episode of fairy tale romance so far, that plus the arm wrestling match counts as 2 memorable interactions only. Even Nina's crush on him is being questioned in the recent relationship chart. The ending implies that Charioce = Bad End for Nina and she has to start over again.
No matter how you look at it their "romance" is not being painted on a positive light but rather as a path for Nina to develop into a less naive person. Once she finds out who Chris is her entire view of a black and white world will fall apart and she will have to reconsider different things like the reason behind his actions and whether demons are as helpless as she think they are, and whether she can forgive him for despite everything he did. Also with the current war against heaven taking up a big chunk of the second cour, I doubt there Will be any time to put him in a redemption arc like Azazel. So far all the development has been wasted on Azazel, and now it's time for Nina to go through hers, the narrative focuses on them the most, with even Mugaro backing them up. I don't know if Azazel will "win" but I don't give a fuck either way. All I am saying it's retarded to say Charioce it's the obvious endgame
The writer was definitely shilling them in her interview. She was practically gushing over Charioce like a fangirl, claimed he and the "peace seeking Nina" make a good couple, fawned at their dance scene and even made a comment how Azazel charmed her but she loves Charioce now.
That barely means anything considering Charioce is her type. She likes perfect bishies
Remember how she wanted to make Azazel another mature and perfect bishie like Charioce but the Director and even Azazel's VA told her no? They are definitely keeping her on a leash with the more important aspects of the story
>she loves Charioce now
>question mark besides the heart in the relationship chart
>Charioce is her type. She likes perfect bishies
Which really makes me wonder considering Charioce is only superficially "perfect". Why wouldn't the writer acknowledge any of his faults? Is it because it'd be a spoiler if she said he's arrogant underneath or that he rushes things or is it because her outlook is just that shallow?
She doesn't have the last call, the director does. And he is a big Azazelfag since S1
It could be either way. But she is probably just giving her honest opinion on how she feels about the character, not on his current or future effect on the story
>She doesn't have the last call, the director does.
When it comes to Genesis/Virgin Soul it's probably the execs from cygames. She said the people who corrected the script and did the general story composition were Takenaka and Otsuka (producers from cygames). So it really depends on how good is Satou's relationship with those people.
I want Mugaro to be Micheal and bang Azazel.
If being a 2000 year old high ranking angel having the hots for a 16 year old "holy" girl didn't stop him what makes you think being her son will now?
Also Mugaro is all for Nina and Azazel's relationship
Hots? What hots? Michael never had that kind of relationship with Jeanne, all of their interactions including their last put in front and center his general and altruistic love for mankind. His love for Jeanne is a reflection of that love. So really his love for Jeanne will always remain pure and selfless. Meanwhile the writer said Mugaro will have a more human and selfish side. They're not the same person even if Mugaro retains Michael's powers or soul. Judging by how clingy Mugaro is around Azazel, who's to say he didn't develop any deeper feelings for him.
>Judging by how clingy Mugaro is around Azazel, who's to say he didn't develop any deeper feelings for him
Because Mugaro is male and this isn't that kind of series that would throw that big of a bone to fujoshis. If he had been a girl I could believe it. His selfish side could be talking about anything from him feeling actual resentment towards Jeanne's actions and being content with not helping her, to him not wanting the angels to find him because he wanted to keep having normal days with Azazel and Nina. They even mention in one of the articles that him and Nina want a normal life more than anything. Yes, he genuinely likes Azazel he has used his powers twice for him to prove it. But he also likes Nina who he has also used his power to save too.
The reason why Mugaro is clingy to Azazel and looked sad when he left him behind is because he has serious abandonment issues and probably still remembers Jeanne abandoning him before to hide him between slaves where he was tortured afterwards, meaning he probably does see Azazel as a parental figure on the same level as Jeanne. I don't know if people in this thread are this retarded to not realize this or just delusional fujos being fujos