I think they're just Abreu mobile workers. As Gjallarhorn forces begin their assault on the base, McGillis battles the Arianrhod fleet by himself before Gaelio once again duels with him, pushing his Alaya-Vijnana Type Ein to its limit to match the Bael. Biscuit, who is driving Orga's vehicle, swerves to throw Orga out before Carta hits it. As every Tekkadan member is a wanted criminal, Kudelia proposes to manipulate Arbrau's database to give the members new identities. I posited that it was because her follow up line is that Chad will be better than ever, so therefore maybe Earths healing is slower but stronger because health is the priority, while Mars's is faster but weaker because the focus is on healing as quick as possible to get back to work And his design reminds me of Eren from Attack on Titan actually. Abandoning the Bael, McGillis infiltrates the ship and tries to get to the bridge, only to be cut off by Gaelio.
Rather than to surrender to Tekkadan, Galan self-destructs his Geirail, taking all evidence of his actions with him. He's just being a Rustal fanboy. Meanwhile, McGillis explains his side of the incident to the Seven Stars council, placing the blame on Iok. And yeah, a lot of people have been drinking that chocolate beverage over the course of the show Well thank you for giving me something else to focus on now hahaha Honestly all it did was make me want a Milo which is a chocolate drink here in aus that's quite popular I think Iok is the only person in this show who brings literally nothing to the table Um. The English dub of episode 5 aired on Adult Swim on July 9.
Crank reluctantly complies but has qualms over killing child soldiers. Part of why I like how it ties in, even if by accident, is because it gives extra importance to this that I noticed: Another shot transition I really liked today was a small moment of Akihiro's scenes sandwiching a shot of Earth. A great discussion that covers the downsides of Orga's iron clad philosophy of taking the shortest route possible and how it is building up to a shaky situation going forward. Wracked with guilt from losing Aston and trusting Radice during the war, Takaki resigns from Tekkadan. Does he strike you as the sort to go and have a sook? I didn't feel that way, however I was very absorbed in the details of what was going on. With only a few hours left before the election, Orga plans one final, but highly risky, operation to get Kudelia and Makanai into the city, where parliamentary elections are about to begin. Seriously through, I think Iok is the only person in this show who brings literally nothing to the table, in spite of how highly he thinks of himself.
Only one person who can speak to the commander? Have you even met the guy you fucking idiot or was that your intelligent twin in that seven stars meeting? I didn't expect that so thats kinda cool to see especially how he focuses on the idea that you rest while you can, which is actually how we're first introduced to Hush is him blaming Mika for resting instead of working. Tekkadan on Earth are underpowered and lost, and it'll take too long for reinforcements. Meanwhile, after looking at Naze's children, Mikazuki startles Atra by bluntly asking her if she'd like to have a baby with him. We see clearly today that his biggest deficiency is a weak organizing force. Aboard the Hammerhead, Naze and Amida recall the time they first met and how they formed the Turbines and joined Teiwaz. His weakness in decision making does not lead to any particular missed opportunities on his group's part, but rather opens the door for outsiders like Radice or Galan coming in to pull off a silent overthrow.
I've mentioned in my season one music write ups how much I liked the usage of the xylophone because it makes me think of children due to nostalgia from school. When Makanai wins the election, Orga gives his comrades an order not to die on the battlefield until the cease-fire signal takes place, as their mission is now complete. In particular, Takaki is trying his best to keep his head above the pool of blood he finds himself surrounded in, but ultimately fails, taking down the others with him. When Ein overhears on their radios that Kudelia has entered the city, Ein races there, causing a blackout due to his Ahab reactor. I just found it interesting how much the two episodes overlapped so much seemingly coincidentally and thought I'd share.
This guy's the bastardized view of a perfect Orga type leader right here and has everything Takaki lacks. They fight for 3 days, incurring heavy losses. Aston sits up with him and follows his choice, bonded to his decisions much like Orga and Mika, choosing to put his strength with the person who has been beside him in his new life all this time. Don't worry about him right now. Let's start with Takaki then.
This leads to a standoff between Tekkadan and the Outer Earth Orbit Regulatory Joint fleet which has descended to the surface. Makanai agrees to help Tekkadan with their new identities, but they must return to Earth to finalize the process. We try hard to keep the spam filter clean of legitimate content, but it catches a lot of posts. Once again we have the same theme, but a very different feel with. Aboard their transport to ship, Kudelia makes a proposal to Makanai that they take a strategic route to Edmonton from Anchorage to avoid Gjallarhorn.
Despite warnings from Mikazuki and Hush of the Hashmal's arrival, Kudelia and Atra refuse to evacuate. Gaelio and Ein arrive outside the city to engage with the Tekkadan suits. Meanwhile, the crew of the Hotarubi arrive within the Earth orbit, but are not permitted to launch a shuttle due to Arbrau's state of emergency. In addition, Tekkadan is now the official military advisor for Arbrau. This gives Gaelio the opportunity to launch the Gundam Kimaris, a Gundam-Frame mobile suit from his own ancestry. Read the rules for examples. And what does he want to gain by taking control of Tekkadan's Earth Branch? Comment of the Day, provided by and Shimmering-Sky.
Anyways all that matters is that its so much stronger than a mobile worker and the economic zones have lost trust in Gjallarhorn and want to militarize themselves. Orga plans for his comrades to escape to Chryse through a series of Calamity War era tunnels while McGillis creates a diversion by penetrating through Gjallarhorn's front lines and Orga escorts Kudelia and Atra back to Admoss Company. There should be status reports and logs, no one should be able to do anything they want. Takaki losing comrades as they repeatedly fight for a stalemate, the Tekkadan members from Mars denied from joining them, Galan pulling the strings on Earth's branch with Radish, and even McGillis getting frustrated enough to enter the battle directly after a month. Almiria confronts McGillis over the truth about her brother Gaelio and threatens to kill him, but he instead stops her from committing suicide. This is the section where I add a ton of extra fun stuff to the main body of the post because I want this rewatch to be as fun as possible for everyone. Meanwhile, the Isaribi is assigned a liaison from Teiwaz to oversee the vessel's activities during the long journey to Earth.