Indoctrination, teaching someone to accept doctrines uncriticall.
This is a part of Break Blade 3: Kyoujin no Ato.
Story: The story continues as to where the second left off. Throughout the serieswe get to see Rygart changing, taking people´s lives becomes easier. That is only one effect of war. Misery is also one, friends have to fight each other people get killed and their families are left behind. Prisoners are taken.
In break blade 3, the story is mainly about the cause of war and the effects of it
Art: The art is outstanding! It is very detailed and the colors are nice and vivid. On top
of that, the animation is just awesome, it is very smooth and just neat to watch.
Sound: Wow, wow! Almost the only thing you can say, if you start watching it and hear the sound you will be very pleased. Compared to your average anime it is easily 10 times better. The sound really feels realistic.
You also have the Opening, it's a calm opening but if you use that song and put it under a video with disasters of war it would be a very sad video.
The opening is a perfect fit.
Story: Good, not too generic background. Interesting
Art: Average art, not too good. Although some characters looked better then normal ;-)
Sound: Pretty good choice of sound in areas, esp. areas that are pictured to be stressful or the like, quite interesting
Character: Pretty good character development, stories, etc.
Enjoyment was not so much.
Overall it was average.
Main Point for me was that it was kind of embarassing that Ryner couldn't kill someone and they died by accident. I know in some cultures it is worse to kill someone by accident then to murder them. And for me I really thought "seriously? please man up a little bit, you're an
embarrassment to the rest of us".
The development with how he had nothing and finally could fit in was an interesting twist. Although they really did not elaborate too much on the happenings in school or Assam through the 2 movies so far.
Actually, they didn't even talk about the geography between too much besides to tell you the 4 main countries. What is the world exactly, what planet are they on. etc..?
Also I like how they used "Assam" which geographically makes no sense, but its funny I guess?
Some of the things in the 2 movies did not make sense, such as 5 golems on their own, or why they seemed to have such an overwhelming advantage ( 15 v 3) and the 3 won. That made no sense although I guess they were trying to add suspense?
Overall this really was not a great one to watch i believe and I think there were many other things I know that deserved a movie rather than this, or this is just a particularly bad adaptation of its source.
As of this point, there's nothing much to talk about the art and soundtrack of the BB series. Along with my BB1 and BB2 review, it is easy to say that the art and soundtrack are both fantastic. It's logical to say that BB4 - BB6 should have the same artistic styles, opening themes and ending themes so as of this point, it's redundant to talk about these. Let's just focus on the story, characters and enjoyment to make this and future reviews concise and simple.
BB3 works well with incorporating a lot of flashbacks in order to support the character development. The story proceeds well
with Rygart under the army to defend the kingdom of Hodr. It's quite understandable how Rygart became so powerful as he pilots his Under Golem. However, I'm not that impressed with the development of Cleo's character. It seems out of context and her fight scene in the badlands isn't believable. Well, she would get empowered by fury but I wouldn't expect for her to get THAT much power in her fighting. I see that as somewhat inconsistent in her character.
BB3 gives us a teaser to new characters and is not that engaging as the first two titles. However, the story and character development are still implemented well.