Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by quasadra » Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:51 pm

yuri is fine too. and muginami will certainly join in.
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Post by Destiny_Gundam » Wed Feb 01, 2012 9:07 pm

Vent Noir wrote:Just wanted to say that I'm really enjoying this show so far. Not my favourite of the new season (that's be Mouretsu Pirates), but it's up there.
I like Lagrange more because, unlike Moretsu Pirates, stuff actually happens.
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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:53 am

No giant robot fighting (that's next episode), but this episode had its share of conflict nevertheless.
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That was pretty harsh of Villawhatsis, but Muginami sort of had it coming, too. Now the question is, did Villaguy mean it, or is it his version of 'tough love.'
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Vent Noir wrote:Just wanted to say that I'm really enjoying this show so far. Not my favourite of the new season (that's be Mouretsu Pirates), but it's up there.
I like Lagrange more because, unlike Moretsu Pirates, stuff actually happens.
I like both in equal measures. :D

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Post by Destiny_Gundam » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:47 am

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I think it's obvious he didn't mean it. After hearing how much fun she was having with Madoka he probably wanted her to stay and continue enjoying a normal life outside of Kiss.

I'll admit that for her smugness, I kind of enjoyed seeing Muginami shot down a few pegs.
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Post by Gyra Solune » Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:19 pm

This show now has the dubious honor of having the prettiest event to induce evil laughter ever.

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Post by DuelGundam2099 » Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:26 pm

Just watched the first episode out of boredom, seems okay thus far.

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:16 pm

Well, that's it, and on to the one-season hiatus.
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Post by Gyra Solune » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:50 pm

I do hope Viz is putting up Season 2 subs as well. The trailer for it seems intriguing.
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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Mon Jul 09, 2012 6:08 am

It's nice to be back in Kamogawa.

--Chairs by the seashore.
--Baka trio running a beachside cafe.
--Giant floating base over yonder.
--Villagigolo's wardrobe.
--Lan & Muginami "arguing & making up" as per Muginami's letter.
--Wan!

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Vent Noir » Mon Jul 23, 2012 11:20 pm

Caught up on this. Enjoyed Asteria giving Madoka "the talk". (Do GN particles react the same way as Vox Particles, and if so, did Setsuna become an Innovator due to his lack of a sex life? :P

Now to catch up on E7 and Age...
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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:28 am

The past episodes have been quite...eventful, and I didn't expect Muginami to be that good at hand-to-hand combat (especially in comparison to her claims of being a master of disguise).

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Post by DuelGundam2099 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:47 am

Master of disguise, expert spy, competent combatant, and good mech pilot; not a lot of female mecha characters manage to do all that, I'm quite impressed. 8) Also, why does Lan's uniform have no pant legs while everyone else from her military, of both genders, does? :?

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Post by DuelGundam2099 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 9:33 pm

*pops head in* So.... Nobody else is watching this? Seriously? Well, given the last couple episodes I cannot blame you guys too much since this series acts more like a school anime now. "Oh yeah there is some force that might upset the balance of the government of several solar systems, could bring galactic destruction and anarchy, our boss turns out to be 20,000 years old and knows the full story, and there are still three ancient death machines with dimensional powers that could cause this to happen again; but enough about that! My teacher is going to yell at me for not having a post-graduation paper and we should help the new girl with parade balloons because Christmas is coming!" *face palm*

I'd complain more, but at least Array FINALLY ditches the maid outfit. Anyone else noting the series ends the same day as Gundam Age?

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Vent Noir » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:54 pm

I am watching (and enjoying it), I just haven't been able to think of anything to say about it.
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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:16 pm

I am watching and enjoying it as well, and see no reason to quibble about the Jersey Club's actions--it's what they've been doing since the very start, and for all the Vox trio knows, everything's hoighty-toighty now with Dizelmine & Villagiulio and everyone's settled down for some amicable discussion.

But people will be people.

Anyways, looks like things are coming to a head with the next episode, what with Moid skullduggery, Le Garite battlefleets warping in & De Metrio ships crashing from the sky.

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by DuelGundam2099 » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:13 pm

So yeah, this week's episode.... Why did Dizelmine go insane? How did the Magultol acquire portal to hell gaining powers? I....... What? I can't complain beyond that though, this was a pretty actiony episode and next week's episode looks like the final showdown will begin. 8)

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:08 am

It's mentioned way back in Episode 13 that, had Dizelmine & Moid continued their experiments with Lan & her Vox, there would have been a very high probability of damage to Lan's personality. Now, in the previous episode, Dizelmine voluntarily undertakes a similar process at the same facility, this time with no unwanted visitors interrupting. As for the Magultol, it's directly connected to what Moid presented to Dizelmine after getting it from the big rock slab.

tl;dr, it's all Moid's fault.

Oh hey, it's the Yurikano ED again.

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by DuelGundam2099 » Sun Sep 16, 2012 3:43 pm

Well, the final battle was over in one episode. :? At least the action was good and the origin of the voxes are finally revealed even though defeating Magultol by throwing it was an utter cop out. One episode left, really hoping it is not one of those dumb epilogue episodes (although I seriously doubt it will not be).

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by DuelGundam2099 » Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:27 pm

Well, the series just ended. The first half of the episode was just escaping from Rin-ne and the second half was all epilogue like expected. Could have been better, could have been worse, still better than Gundam Age though. Anyone have thoughts they want to share? Comments?

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Re: Rinne no Lagrange Discussion Thread

Post by Ryujin » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:41 am

I enjoyed the concluding episode and the series as a whole, in part because I didn't watch this primarily for giant robot fights -- unlike some attention-deficit retards.

The planetary orbits getting fixed was a bit too convenient, though, although understandable given the nature of the Rin-ne. It was also nice to see that the Voxes continued to be used, instead of being deactivated or kept in some moldy warehouse.

And Moid getting trolled, TWICE, that was GLORIOUS. He didn't even get to finish his flan.

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