Robotics; Notes Episode 7: Gunvarell’s Last Episode


I am avoiding writing reviews with spoilers so you shall avoid writing comments with spoilers. LMAO AS IF THAT CAN HAPPEN!!! PFFFFT

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4 Responses

  1. Wanderer says:

    I’m a little surprised that Subaru’s fisherman father didn’t like him pursuing robotics. Robotics require knowledge both in electrical and mechanical systems, which are both good knowledge to operate fishing machinery. Of course, operating them don’t really require those knowledge that much, but setup and fixing them in emergency cases do. Robots are essentially a control unit, sensors, communication system (control), electrical connection, and a bunch of motors. Fishing machinery nowadays most likely contains a motor that can release or draw in nets. There is a difference in size, but essentially they are similar and knowledge of one can be used for the other. I guess its just misunderstanding and purpose of plot.

  2. Vantage says:

    That woman with sunglasses – I might be wrong, but isn’t that…Tennouji Nae, who was a little girl in Steins;Gate? Wow, what a cameo…

    And I recognize Kagome Kagome from the remix of it that was done in one of the Touhou games. It’s this children’s game with a creepy song and lyrics that have resulted in lots of speculation. I suppose the show will link it back to whatever conspiracy’s going on atm xD

    • Wanderer says:

      Yup, that’s Ms. Braun (joke) alright. This is the third installment in the science adventure trilogy afterall. I guess its not really that much of a spoiler since you can find her on their official website in the support characters list. There are two other cameos I believe from Chaos Head and Steins Gate, but not in person. Since this really isn’t a story spoiler I guess I can talk about it. I’m not even sure if they’ll show the cameo in the anime, since they appear as forum posts I think.

  3. Linzz says:

    I do know Kagome Kagome and it’s a fun song but… In this series, it makes me shiver for some odd and unknown (and I don’t like to know) reason. Added by the character’s expressions when it was heard.

    Ahhh, this is no horror, right? I’ve almost died from episode 5. OTL

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