The Complete Film SeriesDVD - 2012
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*Episode 1, references to Rygart’s piloted Golem*…Queen Sigyn: ”It’s as if it was quickly constructed for one final mission.”…Unknown Lady of True’s Squad: “It’s just like a shattered sword…kind of like a broken blade.”…Rygart: “They’re talking smack about you, aren’t they?” *Rygart seeps into nostalgia*…”Don’t worry about it…people said the same thing about me and my brother.”
*Episode 3, Zess Squadron glasses dude, Elekt gives reference to Rygart’s Delphina golem*…Elekt “It’s like a rampart, running straight at us.”
*Episode 4, I know it’s somewhat ribald, but at least he’s being his simply sincere self in his response to hers*…Rygart: “I don’t wanna die…no way I’m getting buried in a soldier’s grave”… Narvi: “How dare you call yourself a man of Krisna…Don’t you have any balls?!”...Rygart: “Wanna see ‘em?”…Narvi: “Y-You dumb bastard!”
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Episode 1: (Time of Awakening): I felt the opening episode started out slow and awkward. As an “un-sorcerer”, main character Rygart was born as one who cannot use magic. Most beings in this universe are indicated that they have sorcery in quartz magic manipulation. Childhood friends: Hodr, the current King of Krisna and Rygart, the “un-sorcerer”, now are involved in a war involving another former friend, “Straight-Laced Zess”, who now fights against Krisna. Episode 2: (The Path of Separation): Battle at Binonten, the capital city of Krisna. After Rygart defeats Lee, she has some raging words to say about Krisna’s savagery, then she calmly says some more words, then finally she commits hari-kari by firing a fusil’s bullet into her head. Cleo, she a pilot in Zess’s squadron, looks like a bumbling air-head, but apparently she is quite the accomplished golem pilot. It’s interesting that Hodr has an owl on his shoulder as an owl is associated with Wisdom. Hodr says he can’t fight destiny. Delphine, (the Mythological Greek equivalent to a prophetic sign), is Rygart’s golem’s name from now on. Episode 3: (Scars From An Assassin’s Blade): Delphine’s swift celerity can easily overtake slower moving golem-battle suits. Cleo, an Athens’ pilot, can sure push her piloting skills to the max as her hasted attacks about cleaned Rygart’s “clock”. Cleo fought, but she however was caught. General Baldr is one collectively calm, tactical leader. Episode 4: (The Land of Calamity): There are some “interesting” “interrogations” going on between Queen Sigyn and captive, twelve-year-old, soldier girl, Cleo. Sensual. Seemed like a weird Cleopatra and Mark Anthony story. In this episode, Rygart gets combat training. Girge, a wild card, reckless, wild arms, and wild weapons wielding, highly intelligent man, being a bit of a weapons master, joins Rygart’s ranks for some parts of this remaining waged war saga. I thought a smart, first person perspective device was employed, involving viewing audience members looking thru Sigyn’s blinking eye as it captured conversation with Rygart. Nice! Sigyn’s internal dialogue tells a tale that she has romantic interest in Rygart. General True was true to his word; he died on the battlefield as he once had said he was willing to do. Rygart’s Delphine sure is as super speedy as a tenacious torpedo. In some ways, General Borcuse reminded me of Norse God Odin and of a Zenpachi (Kenny) from the anime, “Bleach”. Girge seems to have hideously, super-strong, hero-like stats when fighting. Girge’s demeanor reminded me of Tales of the Abyss game’s main red headed character and of the nemesis, “the Bloody Asche”. Episode 5: (The Gap Between Life and Death): While in his golem, General Burcose speaks to an Iris …(Might Iris be found behind his black eyepatch?)…Iris, a goddess of rainbows and messenger to the gods. Girge seemed to have noble and honorable anti-hero qualities. Episode 6: (Fortress of Lamentation): A giant ninja star attached to a giant rubber band for a weapon? Sure, I can dig-it!
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