wow this series is greatly underrated. And I'm surprised no wall of text this time (yet)
'Anime' is not an English word. It was romanized from アニメ which was abbreviated from アニメーション (A-ni-mē-shon).
The same goes for 'manga' (漫画, mang-ga). You just don't pluralized any non-English words by adding 's'/'es'! And it isn't limited to 'anime' and 'manga' only, but also any other non-English words (Samurai, katana, ninja, dango, dojo, etc).
Seems vanship tech has gone quite a ways in a couple years. I was thinking that the Glacies ships were the analogues to jets, but with those Fed fighters, it looks like they just have...better jets...they seem rocket assisted, but in order to have a range more than a bit away from base, you need a regular engine. At least the inside looks awesome.
I was kind of hoping the Urbanis would break out the saws on the near-ram, but oh well. Guess Vincent wants to keep the new Turan fleet together if Millia can get back in charge.
Well, Dio did win the Trial of Agoon, so he's not going to lose now. He does not even need the power of plot to win this - though i'd expect it to end with a draw, or at least, this won't be the last fight, even if one is going to lose.
We also don't know what the Silvanas chief enginner, Lescius Dagobert, is capable of. He is from the guild after all. Maybe he got his personal back up controls somewhere, or he is going to show those no-named guild members that took control of his claudia unit that they are too young to do silly things like that.
He, maybe Dio can get Turan some guild star fishs and/or battle ships, he is technically the new Maestro after all. Would be funny to see the Federation fight THAT, with them being so proud about their ships.
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Don't particularly care about how they magically got the Turan soldiers to appear out of nowhere and staff the stolen ships as well as the abrupt takeover.
Thank you. I'm glad am not the only one wondering such staff. Where did those guys hide until now? When did they recruited them? They couldn't have been there since they didn't have the ships before they stole them so what the hell?
And in the end why did they accepted something that sounds like just giving-up their country even if the one saying it is the princes?
From the moment they have another princess saying the opposite it shouldn't be so easy. All Milia had to do was make a speech too and call her a traitor for things to get complicated.