Still, they can't be too powerful, or they'd completely destroy the wall. Apology not accepted because apology definitely not needed : So I asked yesterday how Lelouch and Suzaku can be in the same cell without Suzaku trying to strangle Lelouch. Who says there can't be a time lag until the effects of his Geass are activated, it seemed as if there was some time between when Shin used it on his mother and sister and when they actually did it. I think only a few elements of Akito will be used by future Code Geass works. Over time, the viewer eventually uncovers more and more about the the protagonists and antagonists. Would you like to answer one of these instead? Use the spoiler tag, even for light remarks that may hint about a spoiler! The first part of your question was answered by Memor-X.
Let's see how it all ends. I suppose he was not a completely evil being, since there was some good left in his soul before it was twisted in strange ways, but in the end he was more of an insane person than a healthy individual. That's why she wanted to help Akito and even Shin, both during previous episodes and especially now. Leila's Geass is, thematically, the opposite of Shin's Geass. Not on the fate of an entire continent, much less the world.
This episode is one hour of overblown robots fighting robots where all the bad guys loose and the good ones march victorious with zero casualties, zero attention to characters and zero respect to the main source material. There's a lot of purely secondary or tertiary people in this final episode and the same thing goes for the rest of the series. So the Wyverns are going to live out their lives here. Disliking an opinion is not a valid reason for flagging. Those Knightmares didn't look too damaged.
I was supposed to mail that in, today, well fuck it, send it in the way it is. I want to see Jupiter-chan show up again. Their cruel contents order them to land in the middle of the enemy as a diversion. We are not Meme Central nor do we want to be. There have been times when I was angry, sad, happy, and all of the above, but never so utterly let down. The first half of the episode concentrated on the castle battle itself and that was quite exciting, providing plenty of attractions for fans of mecha combat sequences, especially if they can already embrace the increasing use of 3D in the hands of masters like studio Orange no relation to Jeremiah, I swear.
Floating metaphysical demon skulls with the geass symbol are cool and all, and I think the idea of the Caretaker has potential, but there's nothing of it elsewhere and it sort of sticks out like a demon skull-shaped sore thumb. Just a way to give the fans a bonus feature. To be fair, the original Code Geass series had also relied on the supernatural to resolve important storylines at times. Like everyone else had their reasons, most of which were good intentions. What we have here is an already changed man who no longer just wants to die and kill people.
However, the supposed rescue mission becomes suicidal when, in an attempt to take out as many Britannians as possible, the commanding officer initiates the Knightmare's self-destruct sequence. An interesting equation, on paper, but sadly never sufficiently explored in this spin-off. She believes people can change, despite all the terrible or at least depressing things that have happened around her, her teammates or her own family. I sure as hell hope that to be the case, because even if it was handled poorly and it was hard to understand, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't interested in the new concepts that were thrown into the table. When I rewatched it it wasn't as bad as the first time. They even had some line in there that said something about brain waves making a singularity and being able to create the universe again using a twisted understanding of the observer effect. But Akito, having promised Leila that he will come back alive, refuses to accept such a fate, and the two clash in their final battle.
There is some speculation that he was the cart driver, that he became immortal, etc, but having that he is dead, all the rest is speculation even if they changed their minds after leaving lelouch's smiling at the cart bench in the cutting room's floor. The pilots of the W-0 Unit consist only of the commanding officer, Leila, the only surviving Japanese from their last battle, Akito, and the three that escaped from the Eleven ghettos and lived in the underworld, Ryou, Yukiya, and Ayano. Thanks everyone who participated in the last 50+ days. This is simply the final stage. The odd pacing with lots of time wasting can be forgiven, but some things in Akito are just. His weak point, both as a character and as a person, was that he didn't have any concrete ambitions or motivations for changing the world.
I think the biggest problem it has is that it tried to tackle a story that was too big and in doing so, it filled up its plate way too much. How much you care about particular aspects will help determine where you stand on it. The series had a pretty interesting story until this and the last segment. The last episode is perhaps the single clearest example of that. I know that feel, bro Overall, I see what everyone says about Akito not living up to r1 and r2. Sometimes it's perfectly fine for a story to let most of the cast survive and allow them to become little more than exiles ah, we can see the title makes more sense in retrospect , whose actions and fates will not change the status quo of the world. Sadly people were way less interested in the Akito movies than I expected.