It seems Sister Centipede targeted Kai for relatively mundane reasons. His age was close to her programmed age, and he happened to frequent the park she was observing. There was nothing special about him, she just happened to develop an interest in him. It seems as though she developed a "crush" on him. At this point I'm guessing her AI is advanced enough that she can act nearly human.
I don't think the SS Anemone had anything to do with why Sister Centipede followed Kai. She did offer a possible explanation for the incident: that it was caused by one of the massive solar flares.
It is nice to see R;N's plot develop. I'm curious to see how mecha and the suns impending explosion are tied together.
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The main plot will be unraveling the conspiracy Kai found in Kou Kimishima's notes.
Episode 6 is pretty interesting. Although not a big update on Kimishima Kou and his report, we were shown about how things revolved around the main characters we see so far more than what we thought. Now that we know they're probably in relation to Aki-chan's sister, I wonder if the company she's working for now is the culprit (meaning NASA)?
By the way, I have just realized that Aki-chan and Kai seemed to suffer from similar illness. In Aki's case, things become faster, while in Kai's case things become lots slower. They both suffer "permanent damage" from the accident.
Episode 6 is fun and cool, now that Kai has access to a complicated machine, the plot is getting bigger. Seriously, Kojiro is the new Daru :XD, her interactions with Subaru is great and she communicates with Otaku jargon as well. I think the one who killed Kimijima was the organization where Aki-chan sister works.
In other words, I'm slow, yeah yeah~ XDD
which brings me to something else. Have any of you seen the new commercial that aired during the Jojo episode?
It was so lovely I had to make a screenshot :teehee
Fraukojiro and Makise :hurr
That's why I told you that Kai's illness is a blessing, while Aki-chan illness is useless :XD. At least now we know what triggers the power to emerge is physical and mental exhaustion. Every time both of them are affected, somehow the powers begin to activated.Quote:
Originally Posted by phio_chan
Is that a new promotion for the movie?
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Wait I forgot I could read Japanese :fail
and what's the text about, please tell us :hurr
I could not recognize the kanji in the very left of the first sentence :fail, but the second sentence talks about leading heroines :hurr.
At this point, I fail to see the positive side of Aki's illness somehow.. experience hours in a flash might be useful when you're waiting for someone/something, but besides that I cannot see how the power would be utilized to be honest.
Kona-chan is just super :rofl ~ ~ :x3
Episode 7 is a bit.. flat compared to previous episodes, in terms of plot. I still enjoyed it, though. I'm glad to see Pleiades again (oh yes I'm so going to use that name from now on mwahahaha) after all he's been through. I like that kind of bittersweet resolution. The ending is obviously the highlight of the episode. I don't know why I'm so reminded of S;N in terms of how they were suddenly "attacked" by a group of unknown people. So mysterious as well.
Next ep pleaseeeeeee~ :drool
Probably not something you will get vio but I will share this with Kait and Doku:
Chuunibyou reference anyone? :teehee
More and more mysteries start popping up. The whole anime staff getting killed before the last episode could air? I wonder what they wanted to show there O__O
I demand more screen time for Frau! She's hilarious, not just in ep. 7, every appearance is made of win.
It feels like something huge is going to happen within the next two or three episodes. It's easy to forget that still only seven episodes have aired. The drama has been building and building, ever since Aki-chan had her first on screen "fit". This should be incredible once everything is drawn together.
I'm also addicted to Frau Kojiro's antics in every episode since her first appearance! I was quite surprised to be honest, when she revealed her "secret", since I was thinking that she is more of a happy-go-lucky girl who does not have any tragic background. The reason why she moved to a small island is reasonable now, since I was curious too why a famous and possibly rich girl like her would move to a small place.
Also, the Kagome Kagome song reference.. I knew the Japanese traditional musical chair game before watching this episode, but could it be a hint for the next plot development?