Kakumeiki Valvrave 2 Episode 8: One step forward, Two steps back


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6 Responses

  1. KF says:

    So the truth is out huh? Now that it is, Jior can reveal to the world the existant of the Magius. At least if we’re all going down let’s go down together!


    • Eva says:

      Well it was definitely the Hundred and One Council who made that decision to reveal Module 77’s secret since they want them “off the stage”. This puts the team in a difficult position because the problem is whether people would believe them if they were to speak up about the Magius Society. I am sure Haruto and the others may try to warn everyone that the Phantom (a Magius Ship) is targeting the Moon and have been harvesting people for their runes, but the crowd and officials probably won’t believe them since they’d be more terrified or pissed off and accuse them for trying to switch subjects. So I suspect if they do, it will probably be too late.

  2. WandererYS says:

    >As of right now, I have my doubts that they can warp up the entire story within thirteen episodes. I don’t know whether this is going to be a twenty four episode season rather than being thirteen like the first season, or perhaps we will have to wait again for Season 3 to air Fall 2014

    I wouldn’t be surprised if this turned out to be 52 episodes in total.

    It makes me wonder if the Magius’ bodies also have super healing powers. I understand that they can shift between bodies, but does their presence gives the body super healing like the pilots? I forgot if they mentioned this before.

    • Eva says:

      I’m fairly confident that the Magius bodies have super healing powers, and if not- well that would make the Haruto and the gang having a neo-Magius trait that makes them unique. As for the pilots shifting to another’s body, and keeping their healing/regenerative abilities I can’t remember. I think if we look back when Haruto was possessing L-Elf back in episode 2 of the first season might clear that up (that is if he had been graved by a bullet or not). But now that I think of it, I would think not because even when Haruto wasn’t in his own body at the time, it healed on it’s own. So I think it would be safe to assume it all has to do with one’s shell as rather than their entity.

  3. Crisp says:

    Revenge isn’t a motive L-Elf would chase after, he’s already said it was useless and denounced it. His family was killed in front of him (according to the profile) and never sought revenge either. His way to do things is unlike Haruto’s.