Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince Ep 3: Purpose of Life


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3 Responses

  1. raneem says:

    the fact that their memories has been erased, really make me feel so sad for them, but Izuru’s impression that he doesn’t care and want to fight to be a hero, really makes me admire him! (he’s actually the strongest of them, which doesn’t look when we first saw him)

    • Eva says:

      Yeah it’s very heartbreaking. I don’t know about the others, but Izuru at least had something to give him a direction which influences his choices. The others, as Kei said so herself, they can’t or don’t have that confidence to make decisions for themselves because they don’t look like they anything in particular that influences them to think that way or make certain choices.

  2. Linzz says:

    This episode was rather one that I didn’t expect especially that part where they didn’t have any memories before they came to the Academy. Oh, I just hate those people who suddenly just hated those five after failing the satellite mission. LOL I know that failure was a big deal but… normal fags CAN’T EVEN DO WHAT THEY ARE DOING in the first place. /shot

    PS: I am soooooo freaked out by that weird swimming pool.

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