This show is pretty pretty
Wait a second, the paper the guy signed before dying was a life insurance claim, so his sister gets the money for the operation?
I have a feeling we're going to be needing this guy's services a lot for this show.
Reminder that Ange and Princess are actually sisters.
They're not sisters, it's just that Princess was chosen because she already looked similar to her impersonation target.
Ange is the real princess who was secretly deposed and replaced when she was seven, and became a spy to reclaim her position, Lulu-style. She'll eventually realize that Princess is much better at leadership regardless of who has royal blood, and becoming Queen Consort is just as good anyway.
What do you think on the theory that Ange is slowly going blind from Cavorite poisoning due to exposure to the gravity ball she is using?
The girl Amy in the hospital had apparently gotten Cavorite poisoning and was going blind from exposure to powdered/gasified Cavorite while working in a refinery according to the anime website.
Also Ange sometimes seems to have a need for glasses.
Who do you think can make Ange laugh? Tickling is cheating.
That would be gay. This is a 100% straight show.
The balls are experimental, sensitive, high density and top secret. Won't be surprised if someone gets damaged somehow by it or if it was unknowingly causing damage or the leaders of her agency know it does but don't say.
Yes, having multiple generals about one episode is a good idea, we should keep doing this until sunday, quality discussion guaranteed.
What model is Eric's gun? Eric's revolver doesn't look like a 5 cylinder to me because if you can see two chambers out of each side of the cylinder sticking out that mean's it's symmetrical and thus has 6 total with the last two being in line with the barrel and directly below it. I mean it could be a 7 cylinder but they look lined up to me.
Why would you post this again?
She won't be so smug when she's killed.
Addendum: I went and did the stupid thing of count how many cartridges she "removed" from the revolver and guess what?
She was a spy.
You can see her in the room with Kimble later, with a bandage around her neck.
Heh. Kinda thought it would be a red paint gun, but he actually died.
Guess I'll just wait till one or more of these five get murdered as well. Seems to be the style with this kind of show.
Yup, that's why this chick was spared the needle.
I'm actually quite impressed how well-thought this show is. Every scene had a purpose, every character's action made sense, hopefully they'll keep this up.
Though wouldn't it be dangerous to let a witness alarm the hospital?
Wait .. does this mean she will turn on the other agents to save the princess?
>hurr durr usotsuki!
Yes, we get it, no need to repeat it every other minute.
It was a one time visit and the witness-chan was probably too scared/confused to do anything and it's not like her testimony would've changed anything since Kimbly probably knew the identity of Ange's group anyway.
If you didn't immediately understand everything at first watch you are a real, legit fool.
I mean, I like this show a lot but the plot is not complicated or easy to missed in any way at all. This is basic level spy story.
Seriously I fucking can't believe this show can be too smart for someone on /a/. I thought we're better than this.
I can agree that it was an unecessary risk, but I think they used psychology to their advantage since they didn't even looked at the girl during the entire scene probably pretending that they didn't noticed her. And in that case she thought not generating any attention was the best cause of action to avoid any danger.
Alright /a/, which girl is the obligatory
double agentin the group?
She only said Papika
>Chise just goes on missions now because fighting is fun
To be fair. It looked like shit so I was only paying half attention to everything happening on screen. The only thing I didn't get at first glance was the traumatized drugging scene in the hospital. The things like 'ballet and letter' also I didn't get because there was no way for the audience to know
Everytime I see "Ange" I get reminded of a certain Flip Flappers drawfag and looking at her twitter she doesn't seem to be aware of PriPri. Since nobody cares about this show in Japan we really need some drawfags.
Post the scene that made you decided to watch this show
Pic related is mine
What happened to Amy? I can only tell that Ange gave her Eric's glasses. So she made it so that Eric's body is found more than a week later to get the insurance. Is that to help cure Amy?
You're gonna be disappointed /u/ because I have it on good authority that Ange loves cocks and being fucked by MEN. Ange is as straight as a ruler. She LOOOOOOVVVVEEEESSS dicks.
You think she just randomly jumped on some poor patient?
Maybe princess is just a double and ange is the real princess?
I'm betting strongly that she's an imposter. The real royal family
coughAngecoughwere replaced, but because the princess's replacement obviously had to be a young girl rather than adult with more certain loyalties, she's grown up to feel genuinely responsible to "her" subjects and so is rebelling.
We're supposed to think princess is the princess, but instead we are inclined to think Ange is the real princess, while princess is actually princess whereas Ange is only a princess acting like a princess pretending not to be a princess
I'll be enjoying the threads even more when it turns out that Princess is the real princess and Ange is nothing more than her handsome protector.
>everything Ange said is actually true, but you were led to believe it was false
>she's actually a black lizard
>she baked her own omelettes
>her flashback is true
>she shot Eric with tranquilizers and he didn't die. The body was a fake
>she's actually unkind and took insurance money for herself. Amy got an operation because the Duke promised to Eric she would.
Oh shit, you're correct. B-but it doesn't automatically mean Ange is a boy, right?
Pick one, don't be greedy.
You're walking down the street. And a group of cute spies show up and ask you to join their ride. What do?
Ange reminds me of another character who was also accused of being a boy
Amy herself didn't work in a refinery, but lost her sight due to unrefined cavorite. Aside from that, we really don't yet know the details of Amy's accident, aside from the fact that whether it was an accident at all is highly suspect.
Don't forget this Kokoro-chan.
Don't worry, this image will be reposted everytime someone doesn't understand the plot.
Multiple times per thread if necessary.
>a British pirncess
>written by Okouchi
So, when is that princess going to turn into this princess?
- I don't think the ep implied that they all knew all along that Eric was a part of Normandy Team's plan. Or at least that anyone other than Ange knew/believed that. We had several scenes of them talking in private. If that were indeed the case, they would have given some hints of already being privy to ulterior motives.
- Dorothy actually was just forging separate documents for Amy.
- And I don't know shit about guns, so I can't speak towards that.
Otherwise, this is a pretty comprehensive summary.
They could become good friends with Magane from ReCreators
How many time did she get cummed inside for mission?
I don't think the Princess is the leader of the team? Did they specify that anywhere in the show? The character profiles if anything indicate more that Dorothy acts as the team leader.
This episode did imply that. They could activate plan B in such short amount of time which means they anticipated that Eric was probably bait. Plan A's is for Eric to defect without trouble. But if Eric
did go into trouble while defecting plan B's goal is to destroy Duke of Normandy's spy operation.
The fact that she for whatever reason has most of the characters under her thumb aside, she's their leader by the fact that she is, in actuality, a leader.
Dorothy is more likely the field leader.
Who's the faceless old man now?
I don't see anything that gives the impression that she leads the team anywhere in the show or anywhere else. She clearly commands respect being a Princess in the class based society they live in but that fact actually hinders her usefulness as a spy. She doesn't go on missions too recognisable. I think her main spy function is possibly only to gather high level information on the Kingdom of Albion directly by exploiting the fact that she is a Princess, she can go meet the Duke of Normandy if there are suitable circumstances and without raising any suspicion.
Quite necessarily. The fact that they were able to follow up and storm Normandy's operation office immediately means they already did a lot of preparation on them from the get go, which also means they would consider Eric's actual defection more valuable than destroying the enemy.
The tea scene gives me the impression that she could command them to save his sister as well, even if they all refused. It just isn't her way of doing these things.
I think you could just as easily interpret that as her just being a nice person and them being surprised by the suggestion as spies who are quite happy to murder. She clearly wasn't happy when she knew they were going to murder Eric when she was looking out of the window as they left.
I hope so.
This scene. THIS FUCKING SCENE.
>The way the music pickks up as Ange's voice fades out
My FUCKING dick.
Also Dorothy is just about to disagree with her and say that they shouldn't do it despite her feelings until Ange jumps in. So its not as if they did just take it as a command from her and know there was no discussion despite it being put nicely. They only end up doing it because Ange felt sympathy for the situation, interrupted Dorothy and was forceful about doing it.
She wasn't the first one that suggest to be nice in that scene, though, but Dorothys reaction is much stronger after she spoke.
Maybe because she's so nice and they know that they can talk about things with her? Just because they obey her doesn't mean that they can't make their own thoughts heard.
I'm not sure if you and I are still talking about the same thing (may have been a misinterpretation on the infographic on my part), but there's still the issue that none of this came up in their private conversations. Rather, most of them took course of events (Eric wanting to defect with his sister, his sisters poisoning, etc) as intel they were learning for the first time. Although it could be that Plan B was all along something only known to Seven and the other higher ups we saw in that room.
She looks like the samurai girl from Zvezda
Don't you know? Oda Nobunaga had storms and ominous german chanting following him everywhere
Date Masamune could wield six katanas at once, was a bishie, had a horse with motorcycle parts and loved shouting engrish. Also, Toyotomi Hideyoshi was a fucking giant who could punch out oceans
It was more jazzy than she usually does, but really I thought it was just okay for a Kajiura soundtrack. But maybe some more "wow" tracks might catch my attention as the show goes on.
Otherwise, it's so far just Tsubasa tier.
So this is basically a Joker Game but with cute girls, right? Who's Lieutenant Colonel Yuuki in this series?
that's still on my backlist.
Me too. I just hate talks of shows flopping because way too many salesfag shitposters use a show flopping as an excuse to go around saying "this show didn't sell, so it was shit. If you disagree, you should feel bad".
Really, it was the comparison to Flip Flappers that made me say that, because that show has been shitposted a lot by salesfags because of how hard it flopped
I think you are entirely misreading the situation to be honest. They are shocked because the Princess speaks up in contradiction. Her character profile states that she is gentle/quiet so being confrontational for her is uncommon. Yet despite that her idea is about to get dismissed just as easily as Beatrice's until Ange changes her mind. Dorothy seems more exasperated by her naivety than anything. To me the scene gives off more the impression that she isn't a proper spy like them rather than the impression she is a leader.
I know right. The scene had a bit of the Kerry style job
It's not entirely impossible.
>Victorian authors make reference to Japanese screens and kimonos (Picture of Dorian Gray)
>Ezra Pound writes poetry inspired by the haiku
>Victorian era coincides with the end of the Edo period and the Meiji Restoration, when the Japanese government sent officials to Europe and America to learn, among other things, medicine and public hygiene.
>Mori Ogai's short story 'Maihime' (1890) has the main character going to Germany and Russia.
Japan entrusted Britain to build its ironclad Kongou in 1875.
The battleship Kongou (the basis for Kancolle's memeship) was also built in Britain, but that was during Edwardian Era.
>she says Tadaima
>subs say thanks
Is this correct translation or I'm just retarded.
Ange is so uncute and unsexy. Worst lizard of the season.
I don't get it really the whole east and west thing they have going on.
The website seems to state that the Commonwealth took Albion Island NORTH of London. On this page
Yet on this page it says they divided London into East and West.
Did they split London in half and the Commonwealth also got Albion Island north of London?
>This is actually the final episode chronologically, ending with a simple clean-up operation and the complete dismantlement of the Normandy team by the Principal team
>The hard part is over with, ensuring to the waifufags that the 5 main girls are alive and well, while allowing them to introduce killable characters to the main cast in the 'earlier' episodes.
>It'll end with an episode detailing Ange and Hime's backstories through flashbacks as they make out in the school dorms.
Perfect, 10/10 anime.
I think he's lying anyway.
Maybe or I just considered they may mean territory rather than Island. As in the Albion Commonwealth have all territory in Albion North of London. Where as the Kindgom of Albion has all territory South of London and Normandy and the colonies.
About a minute too late.
Still given that, doesn't it make much more sense for London to be divided North and South rather than East and West? One side has one side of the river, the other side has the other side.