This means that extensive military efforts and huge battles of spacecraft, for which Logh is famous for, for now there are places. These preliminary episodes to the intrigue are even little known from the extensive politicians and the like that defined other downtime in the series. No, according to the title of this season, the situation is slowed down in the case of the Logh approach, which allows us to see dispersed fragments between people trying to winged at the beginning of stories, whose implications we learned only at this stage. These are serious implications, yes, and things began to jump out clearly before we reached the last episode, but maybe you are starting to understand why they saved the last half hour of a great battle at the space station to open this one. Z, and how to watch many of this in their original film format can alleviate the blow of several weekly episodes of people around the rooms discussing hypothetical international incidents.
I am malicious, because after forty episodes of the new logh I do not mind, but I’m kidding because I love, and at some levels I recognize the overall tone of this content. , the type of material we return to this series first. I also understand that the core of several of these conversations is absolutely a performance at a basic level. Episode 38 opens when Rubinsky and Rupert from Fezzan are discussing their superior plans along with meditations about the advantages needed to succeed after someone who has power. Both of these threads intersect with Reinhard when the story is rolling, asking how his successor could or even should arise before he is involved in a layered scheme including the technical kidnapping of the technical “real” successor to power in the empire, the seven -year -old emperor himself. In parallel in the thirty -eighth episode, there is also Julian’s conversation with a slightly looming Yang about the roles of the state of violence and the inevitability of each nation’s efforts to finally move on to pure “history”. It is not dynamic, but this is undoubtedly a pure legend of galactic heroes.
In other words, it still seems that we are only in the prologue for this plot and it is still honestly addictive if you stayed in thinking to go so far in the series. We provide raw, revealing cases, such as Reuenthal granting Mittermeyer that his pursuit of Reinhard’s power could have been more conditional than he previously thought, or the definition of “two types of violence” according to Yang. This is the kind of chewing things that we return to this series, except for the main mechanical changes, which are still in a few hours. And Die Neue These, in these cases, still uses his film ambitions to make things as addictive for modern audiences as possible. Yes, there are moments of excessively used film effort, such as a transition, which gives the impression that Reinhard really spent the whole day standing at the desk, wondering if and how he should punish Müller, but I will make short moments of unintentional cheerfulness next to the calculated use of background music and filters creating mood for the weather and time of day.
This type of intonation is obvious, even if the lazy disclosure of the kidnapping plan itself clearly shows that it will be slow combustion.For my part, I like the growing effect, which it all brings, the simple observation of a couple of returning loyalists of the monarchy to the reformed Reinhard empire.This is something that probably works better when you are fully aware of the huge implications that this side instance will have, because otherwise there are characters discussing that people can commit terrorism before we can reach people planning to commit their real terrorism!This is a discussion – in this case between Reinhard and Hildegarda – which in some way slips out the idea mentioned earlier, who hypothetically replace him before Hilde’s calculation about the kid of the Empire as a goal and all the implications resulting from it.
This is one thing that I appreciate in the thirty -ninth episode, in everything that Hildegard gives to do. He is still not Kircheis when it comes to Reinhard’s truste, but he still gives his best and is smart enough to understand that he must fulfill this role as opposed to Oberstein’s machination. Discussing this case with her allows Reinhard to state that he could be intentionally informed about the Puncture Speech, and she is able to talk to Annerose about accepting the increase in her brother’s safety. It has been shown that Hilde has a personal understanding of how the feelings of these divided family members intersect with each other, and her efforts, if they are a matter of national security, also talk about the attempt to preserve as much as possible Reinhard’s comforted humanity. A military approach of someone like Reuenthal, who admits to possible incorrect judgments in dealing with Reinhard’s problems, but now he can only stand aside and wait for the actions of his leader to which he will react. Die Neue These, in particular, seems to make more effort to use your more personal, dramatized portraits to increase the current empathy that Hilde shows Annerose and Reinhard in this matter.
The presentation in a funny way distorts other elements, although so many events of these episodes are very similar to how this material was treated by OVA. Boltik’s meeting with Reinhard regarding failure is another of my favorite fragments of this story and at first I was afraid that they were trying too hard to make the intruder from Fezzanese seem cool. But ultimately, it only makes his gibberish reaction to Reinhard’s call is a much more worthy giggle moment. Proverbs for him for trying to play cool at first, and this suits the increasingly stronger integration of the ideas of personality of all these people in this new series. This is something that makes the dawn of Boltik realize how much he has screwed his meeting with Reinhard, much more fun, because once again he shows how sharp and clever the prime minister can be. This is a clear presentation of how a few small mess can break out of more serious implications of what is discussed; All this serves to go to … intrigue.
While me and many other fans returning for this, we can appreciate this type of items, at the end of the forty episode we are more conventional when the things heat up when kidnapping is turned off. Don’t worry, there are still many conversations in reaching your destination. Much of this repeats ideas from previous episodes: Questions about succession, the level of mercy Reinhard can afford to perform the function of a leader when his influence and intensity grow. He takes on a different character thanks to Oberstein’s direct consultation for the first time in some time, almost as if he was specifically reflecting the angles of Hildegardy’s councils. And he is interrupted by the concise, small details of the characters, such as Oberstein, who provides enough to know that he will wait until Reinhard calls back to him after a few hours to continue the conceptualization after kidnapping. Many of these matters are still undergoing the same, more banal discussions in which this episode of Logh has already exaggerated at this moment of this story, such as reports about the lines of inheritance of the genealogical tree and accidental debt redemption.
For comparison, this is our chance to enjoy the efforts of the infiltrating Landsberg (which I swear, more resembles a hobbit here than in the old version) and Shumacher. I am far from criticism of Logh for consistently presenting every blindly loyal monarchy as a naive fool, but Landsberg has no impression that he brought a lot to this part of the story, besides this useful destruction. I feel like Die Neue These did not even hit the target in one of her larger moments, when he aimed with a gun at the face of the maid during the abduction. Because he faints within a millisecond here, Landsberg does not have time to contemplate and really go to us how unable he was to strongly attach the trigger in this critical scenario. For comparison, the series seems much more interested in Schumacher’s study, which can be understandable. Here is a man determined by his current loyalty to the nobility, but not so irrationally blinded so that he does not see the positive effects of Reinhard’s reforms after returning. This means only the shortest potentially interesting possibility of a return for Shumacher, but in this case he mainly manifests itself that he realizes that Boltik’s own loyalty may lie so deep in his own country Fezzan, that you can’t count on the fact that he won’t sell back returning patriots. There is a nice dramatic irony in the fact that Boltik and Fezzanese actually strive for Reinhard’s favors, simply in an even more complex way than Shumacher is able to understand at the moment.
And so we finally go out with this final escalation on the eve of even more escalation of the conflict at Logh.Even when there was a kidnapping, it is still a title intrigue that drives wider strokes.I feel that Oberstein’s instruction for Kesler, to stop monitoring Landsberg and Shumacher, is much more glaring in a suspicious way in the real world in the treatment of Die Neue These, but then also fixes what the tip was, what the tip was, and marks Kesler for usAs someone you have to keep an eye on this plot in the near future.This is a series famous for the absurd amount of moving parts, which he keeps in its cast, and tracking them all may turn out to be much more complicated when it is continued.So many will now navigate behind the scenes of these plans, unlike those who lie on the battle front line.
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