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Code Geass had its own short comings but why did I ever like Code Geass even though I know that there were stupid plot devices? Now that I think of it, after the two years that have passed, I just can’t explain it clearly to my myself. Was I that immature back then when I started blogging that I’m going to suck-up any cool anime out there even though it obviously does not make sense anymore? But still, whenever somebody asks me an anime that I consider great, Code Geass is more often than not, one among those anime(s) that enter my mind.

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HAPPY NEW YEARS GUYS!

Auguri Buon Anno! 😀

Thanks for all the visits so far!!! I hope this year would be a good year once again!

I’ve read a ton of posts regarding anime(s) of 2008 such as the best and top things like OP and ED sequences, characters, etc. Sadly, I’ve just started anime blogging this year during the mid-Spring season so I’m afraid that I just can’t give any assessment during the whole span of year. I’d be glad to give my top “something” for the whole year if only I was industrious enough to view flashbacks and sample of the anime aired during the late winter of 2007/8 but anyway, I’ll certainly do one for this year luckily enough if I’ll be able to stay alive in the anime blogosphere for around another one year ^^V.

As a start, I have FIXED (care of my brother) the div settings of the header and finally enabled my header rotator plugin. The headers are not yet finalized though and some of them are just to show off but I’ll certainly fix some texture anomalies later on XD. My favorite header so far is the one featuring the giraffe from School Rumble. And so, I’m here to have some blabber and final thoughts regarding the shows I have watched throughout the year.

I’m afraid that the shows that are still airing would still wait for their turn once they are already finished…

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The first upgrade of Code Geass R2 was during the introduction of both new flying units, Guren Kashoushiki and Lancelot Conquista. Because the said series were already introduced, let’s discussed now the other/new Knightmare frames that was shown in the recent episode 11.

First of all, let me introduce the Britannian’s Knightmare frames, Tristan and Mordred.

Tristan is Zino’s Knightmare frame. It is the fastest aerial unit when it is on its jet mode(fortress mode). It can transform pretty fast to the Knightmare form itself. It is equipped with a double ended pole arm. Thus, it can perform mid-range damage to several enemies at a time. It can also launch two of its harkens and combine them to produce a beam that could match Shen Hu’s Baryon Cannon.

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I really love this episode. It is my favorite so far… I miss Kallen a lot at the academy. Code Geass was just very like Mai-Hime for me. It shows what “war” can do to the emotions and feelings of the people. Those three left standing were the lucky ones since they weren’t dragged into the battlefield unlike the Suzaku, Kallen, Nina and Nunnaly.

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I actually hate Mechas. Code Geass was the first anime I watched that has the Genre. I haven’t watched Guren Laggan because of that reason. lancelot conquistah Suzaku really is a leacher… To think it was just a prototype back then… The episode doesn’t concern the dramatic battle but the improvements of Earl Lloyd and Lakshata had done through the past years Zero has been in slumber. Earl Lloyd introduces the Lancelot Conquista – Aerial type of Lancelot, with few anti measures installed and sturdier shield. I think Tristan is a better Knightmare than the Lancelot. The jet version has an advantage for speed, fast transformation. The Knightmare itself has a lance weapon[longer range of melee attack].

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