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The relationship felt so forced down our throats (not that I disliked it, get the possibility for an anime orignal ending with Izana x Nagate?. personal information, including your religious or political views, health, racial background, country of origin, sexual identity and/or personal relationships. Nagate Tanikaze has lived in isolation in the bowels of the Sidonia his whole life, are Nagate's attempts to fit in with civilized society, his growing relationships with . Remaining First Platoon troops do it for Nagate and Izana in chapter
Or did they want to troll the fans? Nihei also recognized that invents the argument while he draws, so there are perhaps as sudden changes in the argument, and many things do not make sense.
That's not writing a story well, I think! The voices, the expressions of Izana, her sighs, her face of jealousy I don't know if finally we will see a third season… Sincerely I hope Polygon Pictures will change the ending and offer us a Nagate ending with Izana, and Tsumugi, as his daughter. Since it is what we have seen at all time in Season 2. And then Nagate with… what?? Much has already been said about it.
There is no argument for that. Tsumugi's personality it's like a child clearly, and Nagate and Izana always act as if they are their childminder, like a parents, it is too rare for me, and for many people, Nagate to end Tsumugi. I know they are not just mine, and that many fans agree with me.
And I know I will not be heard, I don't want to offend Nihei as an author. But I think it is important to comunicate our impressions. What do you think, may be crazy idea? Sincerely, an ending in the anime, like manga, will be a failure, for Polygon Pictures, and for Netflix, and I do not think they want to risk that. Nihei got tired of the manga and wanted to finish it quickly to focus on other projects? I don't want to read anything else about him. A good manga is the one that leaves you good flavor, it does not matter that in the middle of the story sometimes it is loose in some moments, if the end is well, you always have a good impression.
If the end sucks Tanikaze was a little freaked out the first time he met Lala. She thought that this was because of her claw-like Artifical Arm. He was more concerned with the fact that a talking bear had just walked up behind him. Though it is possible that Lala was doing this on purpose to keep Tanikaze from freaking out.
Let's rant about Izana's fate (Manga ending spoilers obviously)
A meeting between Eiko Yamano's younger brother and Norio late in the manga reveals that several years have passed since her death at the beginning of the series, though none of the other characters have visibly aged. The anime skips the Garde vs. Garde-type Gauna dogfight in the manga and jumps right to when the Gauna try to ram an asteroid into the Sidonia, which didn't happen until after Kunato was taken over by Ochiai in the manga. However, this is shown in season 2. Used regularly in the show: Made pretty blatant in episode 11 of season 2, when Nagate blasts the Gauna with little difficulty.
After running out of ammo, he still has three left to deal with. The first two are cut down effortlessly, but the third one gives him a little struggle before he ultimately defeats it. He also has trouble against the Crimson Hawk Moth Also tragically played straight when multiple humans fight against one Gauna.
Many of them end up being a Red Shirt and die rather easily.
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Only named characters that have been shown longer than one episode tend to have enough Plot Armor to survive, and even then, they usually get hurt badly, such as Izana suffering An Arm and a Leg after barely surviving her first major battle. The Sidonia, of course. The later introduced Mizuki.
Yuhata has a Nerdgasm when she describes the completed warship and its armament. Captain Kobayashi conducts one against the immortal council Creator Provincialism: Many countries built their own ships but the Japanese ship, Sidonia, is the only one we see as the rest have either been eaten by Gaunas or gone off in different directions and are too far away to communicate with.
Write What You Know: Nihei explained in an interview why Sidonia is a Japanese ship. The Cuckoolander Was Right: There is a significant proportion of Sidonia's population that comes to believe that the Gauna are specifically targeting the ship because of the Kabizashi spears.
They are dismissed as insane, up until they realize the Hoshijiro clone is always looking in the direction of the Kabizashi Even though the Gauna do seem to be drawn to the Kabizashi, that didn't stop them from attacking a ship of demilitarized colonists. Another scene from Season 2 indicates that Gauna also are attracted to high-density Higgs Particles. This same resource is used as fuel for propulsion, as weapon for energy attacks, and as all-around space-worthy power source by Sidonia technology.
There's a crazy street preacher Waving Signs Around and a Sidonia mystery book claiming, that Sidonia is secretly ruled by a council of immortals. Nobody knows it, but it's the truth and in chapter 67, Nagate is gonna be a member of it, just like his so-called grandfather or, rather, genetic template and surrogate father and teacher was. The Gauna are on the giving end of quite a few of these, often killing various characters with relative ease.
Nagate dishes one out in episode 4, after said Gauna had killed four pilots who were supposedly better trained and equipped than he was. His actions are played up quite a bit, though considering how deadly the Gauna usually are, it was a much needed morale booster.
Teruru becomes the helmsman of the new Sidonian warship, Mizuki. Beforehand, Izana acts as helmsman of an old Sidonian cargo ship. Yuhata and Tsumugi attempt to do this in episode 9 of season 2 when Nagate is supposedly on a mission to inspect a resort area with Izana. Used in episode 12 of season 2 to rescue Nagate and the others on Planet Nine. A nicely done one happens in the very distant past of the Sidonia. An exploration team from the Sidonia are investigating a giant, bizarre artifact so colossal it dwarfs the Sidonia.
Once inside they are attacked by a Gauna. Since there is nothing that can harm a Gauna, the team can only flee in horror. Eventually they get cornered into a room full of flying grains of some kind, that even the team acknowledges as bizarre.
The team is pondering this when suddenly the Gauna appears and it looks like the only thing the team can do is die horribly. Just as it's about to strike, it gets caught up in the path of some of these grains. The grains cut through the Gauna and one of them bonds with the Gauna's core causing it to be destroyed. The team is amazed by this and gather some samples of the grains for study.
Since they were involved in the first instance of humans being victorious over a Gauna, they are declared heroes and awarded by having research into immortality being fast-tracked and are made the first recipients of the anti-agathic drugs. This sets the stage for events centuries into the future. Did They or Didn't They? It's implied that Kobayashi seduced Nagate while at the hot springs, though not outright stated. In the anime, it is impossible to tell what happened between Izana and Nagate in Senshukyoo all we know is that Nagate and Izana were fighting forcing a probable confession, Tsumugi is embarrassed about what she overheard, and that the next day, when they returned home, they both looked at each other and blushed after almost going to the same room.
The Tsugumori Type As the direct predecessor of the Type 18, its controls are more difficult and it lacks a lot of the features which make the Type 18 a simple machine to pilot.[Discrete Math 1] Predicate Logic and Negating Quantifiers
However, in the hands of an experienced pilot like Tanikaze Or his grandfather, the Tsugumori racked up more Gauna kills than any other single unit in the series. More importantly the Type 17 had a feature that the Type l8 dumped: The Type 18 was made by a different company that thought the coating was an unnecessary feature, since the Gauna didn't have particle beam weaponry at the time.
So Tanikaze's Type 17 survived damage that would reduce a Type 18 into atoms, once the Gauna started generating Higgs cannons and Tanikaze's highly aggressive piloting style often meant he was too close to be able to evade. Chapter 78 consists of a series of Time Skips. It ends 10 years after the final battle, with a happy ending for most of the cast. Distracted by the Sexy: After Izana's pilot suit rips in episode 7 of season 2, Nagate gets a good view of her body.
So much so that he doesn't watch where he's floating, and ends up hitting his head on an airlock door. Nagate in episode 12 of season 2. He can't eject the Shizuka ena that infiltrated his cockpit, so has to keep it inside. Unfortunately she's also naked and on top of him making it difficult to control his garde. Dude, Where's My Respect? He isn't looked too kindly upon when he first arrives at the academy. But after he defeats a Gauna singlehandedly, people around him are much more respectful of him, and whereas his locker was first stuffed with some bad stuff, after he returns, it's instead loaded up with bags of rice as thanks for defeating the Gauna.
Earn Your Happy Ending: After centuries of escaping and fighting against Gauna, Sidonia and the remnants of humanity finally resolved the conflict and colonized LEM VII as its original role as seeding ship with a second one going on the next journey.
Sidonia is armed with missiles capable of blowing up entire planets, from a dwarf planet to a gas giant. Earth was lost to the Gauna a long time ago, in what may or may not have been the events of Nihei's earlier manga Abara. In some ways, subverted. None of the characters in the series lived on Earth. The Gauna are massive, shapeshifting fetus-like creatures with the ability to assimilate humans with their Combat Tentacles.
While their "Ena" bodies can be injured, Gauna are only able to be killed if their True Bodies are destroyed. Gauna are further capable of replicating human technology, something they become increasingly proficient at after assimilating Hoshijiro.
The Sidonia's inhabitants are probably the last humans remaining in the universe. Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong: First, the Gauna gets its copies of humanity correct enough to know that its trying to immitate, but it always gets it wrong in an incredibly disturbing way.
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong. The Type 19 prototype that Tanikaze was force to use was incomplete and not tested yet. As such it lacked thrusters in its jet form and had to stay in robot mode to fly. Worse yet, the prototype didn't have a head cannon built in, something that is a standard feature on all the Gardes. So when the prototype had his arms pinned, the command post kept yelling at him to fire his Higgs cannon only to realize that he didn't have one in his head.
The Crimson Hawk Moth does this in episode 12 of season 2 after infiltrating Nagate's cockpit. It takes on Shizuka's form, rips his helmet off, then kisses him as tentacles from her mouth enter him, while as slowly choking him to death.
All pilots of the Elite Four die in their first real battle against a Gauna. Kunato's four-man squad does not fare much better. Kind of subverted; the anime features fairly realistic breast physics, in particular for scenes in null gravity. Played with the cadets and pilots' uniforms. The male ones use trousers, the females the same design but with skirts, and the third gender get to wear shorts.
There were others, but contact with them was lost. While Sidonia never stops being about a grim war, as it goes on, its Slice of Life moments do at times become outright Harem Comedy. The Sidonia performs some high-G emergency maneuvers in episode 4 to avoid contact with a Gauna.
Captain Koboyashi is warned that casualties would be high based on a computer simulation, but she feels that those deaths are preferable to the Gauna getting onboard the Sidonia. Unfortunately for them, said evasion causes even more casualties than expected.
And the Gauna turns around to make a second attempt at reaching the ship It's not easy for Nagate to navigate between the affections of a variable gender teammate with Artificial Limbsa command officer directly responsible for his Mission Controland an absolutely adorable and innocent human-Gauna crossbreed the size of his mech.
Nearly every other lady in the cast also has her moments. The Gauna have a rather ridiculous one, making fights with them a race against the clock to get to the weak point before they regenerate.
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Due to some events in the setting's backstory, a third gender was created. Like some species of fish and amphibians, they eventually metamorphose into one sex or the other in order to breed. Hoist by His Own Petard: The Crimson Hawk Moth takes its time to slowly infiltrate and incapacitate Nagate in episode 12 of season 2, rather than just destroying his garde like it would have done normally.
This buys Izana enough time to hack into his mecha, and cause it to force shut the neck seal the Hawk Moth was using to infiltrate his garde, and giving him time to destroy its ena. Fairly low in the first season of the anime. In Season 2, however, the HSQ skyrockets, to the point where it gets hard to tell if it's actually still the same show. The camerawork in a lot of the space battle scenes is pretty blatantly done in the style of Battlestar Galactica to good effect Honor Before Reason: Kunato never gets over Tanikaze getting the first chance to pilot the Type 17, nor for Tanikaze getting a Gauna kill before he does.
This drives Kunato to screw with Tanikaze in a number of ways, most notably sabotaging Tanikaze in a fight with a Hive-Type Gauna, which results in a number of his squadmates being killed unnecessarily and indirectly enabling the creation of the Crimson Hawk Moth. The asteroid Gauna's propulsion core needs to be disabled before it can be destroyed, to prevent evasive maneuvers.
Ninety percent of it is destroyed Used several times in the fight against the Crimson Hawk Moth in season 2. Tsumugi and Nagate always seem to be one attack from destroying it, only for it to then pull an I Am Not Left-Handed attack on them.
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The Gauna, when they are trying to imitate humans, but they take less humanoid forms in many encounters. The Garde are Sidonia's first line of defense against the Gauna. All the seed ships are essentially mobile civilizations. The crew of Sidonia had to extensively rework to human genome just to keep from being snuffed out entirely.
By our real-world human standards, they are already quite alien. Much is made of how Tanikaze smells bad and it's assumed that it's because he eats so often compared to the new brand of humanity that only eats once a week. However there is no mention about the Captain and other immortals stinking it up, and they are all even more standard old human than Tanikaze. Also at the end of one chapter, Tsutomu Nihei has a note that he has all the pilots stink like mad and have to hit the showers after a mission.
The pilots not only sweat like crazy, they also piss inside of their suits and each suit has a biological lining composed of engineered bacteria that process the sweat and urine but generate a foul odour as a side-effect.
The immortals that don't wear flight suits have significantly less cause to sweat, but the biggest reason is that the immortals were retroactively altered to be capable of photosynthesis in the anime, Kobayashi was floating around naked under a sun lamp. Nihei does have the cadets sending Tanikaze added supplies usually just stuffing them into his lockerso the poor kid probably just has the same issues as any other pilot, just more so.
Also, he likely did not bathe nearly as often when he was living as an Underdweller. Well technically Tsumugi isn't human, but she's impaled with lots of projectiles from the Crimson Hawk Moth in episode 11 of season 2. Most chapters take a possessive form in their naming, usually as " Someone 's Something ": All episodes in the anime have titles that consist of only a single word, such as "Home", "Mission" or "Adrift".
The captain and other members of the crew deemed essential to Sidonia's mission are kept alive indefinitely with biotechnology but the rest of the population is allowed to age and die at a normal rate.
They hide it and convince anyone who must be in the know that the reason this discovery isn't shared among the entire ship is because it requires limited resources, but the truth is that they simply don't want to, as being the only immortals puts them in an unique position of control over the ship's inhabitants. Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Tsumugi suffers a particularly brutal form of this in episode 11 of season 2, after the Crimson Hawk Moth stabs her through her throat.
Nagate does this to the second Crimson Hawk Moth in episode 12 of season 2 after he manages to regain control of his garde. He also later does it to random Gauna attacking him. The Sidonia has only a limited degree of it, unable to fully compensate for the ship's acceleration at full thruster throughput. When they have to make sudden evasive maneuvers, massive internal damage results and people die, even though they used an Emergency Broadcast to warn people.
Despite placing much emphasis on conserving resources and recycling, the Sidonia has the ability to outfit massive numbers of Garde and pilots. Later on, they start creating large numbers of smaller combat ships to ferry Garde into battle. Explained by the ship posessing limited supplies of raw materials but significant manufacturing capability. Any asteroid with valuable materials, from water to metals, that they encounter, is quickly strip-mined and put to good use.
The Mexican Spanish dub of the anime series keeps the original name in English, despite the name could be easily being translated into Spanish.
This become even weirder as the second season keeps the original name, but the subtitle isn't, and a very different one to boot. The Crusade for the Ninth Planet possibly to keep the medieval theme of the series.
Nagate attempts this in episode 12 of season 2. After barely surviving against the Crimson Hawk Moth and rescuing an injured Tsumugi, lots of Gauna show up. He pulls out his katana awaiting the impending doom Only for Samari and the others to arrive and help him.
The Gauna continually adapt and evolve after every battle, constantly growing more sophisticated and even managing to replicate Guardian technology and tactics. Sidonia meanwhile is constantly developing new technologies and weapons in order to stay ahead of the Gauna. Much is made of the issue of communication with gauna, but the aforementioned adaptation shows the possible motive for the eldritch beings out of space falling upon and shattering the Earth in the first place.
The gauna combine material and act as hive entities, showing communion and learning through shared genetic memory. It should be noted that the growing sophistication and technological equivalence comes as Sidonians are absorbed by gauna, organic Heigus cannon and the Crimson Hawk Moth being fairly blatant examples.
Technically they're in space, but otherwise played straight. Nagate and Shizuka are both stranded after he goes to rescue her in her escape pod. It takes three weeks before they're finally rescued, and only because all of the cadets disobeyed orders and went on a rescue mission for them. The Sidonia has lost almost all of humanity's knowledge and technological data, when evil scientist Ochiai destroyed the Sidonia's archives. However a partial backup was made and then contained in Ochiai's auxilliary brain.