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Also there's now 3 Aldnoah threads because of this. I don't even understand why you have to create a new thread instead of using the old thread(where you can actually see the old episode 7 debate).
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Sir.... You have no idea how much of a chat this is for me and her.

There is a mathematical theory called, Picard–Lindelöf theorem. Basically it describes existence and uniqueness; the gist of the theorem is that for every (differential) equation there is a unique solution.

Analogous to that is: this thread exists, and the solution is for me and her to chat. It is the worst possible place to have a conversation.

Also!

What in gods name are you talking about when you wrote, basic fundementals to the rule of English.

I used Google search. It brought up grammar rules. What does grammar have anything to do with the argument you are trying to present.
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Is this episode 7? Legit I don't know what this debate's supposed to be.


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Well it was OP's idea to bring up episode 7 in all of this... and an extremely flawed take on episode 7 at that. But then again I suppose there's no way to avoid mentioning episode 7 in a thread like this(sooner or later I'm sure someone will bring it up) since it's one of the more dumber mistakes Slaine did in the series.
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From what I have read and comprehended as a 24 year old who has not contributed to the discussion.

I derived that he wants to hackney forum users via basic literacy plots and how certain people do not know them. I have also inferred that he wanted to use Aldnoah Zero, Inaho vs Slaine as the topic of trying to present a sense of superiority.

He has done so via attacking my age, granted I did not give him much other options.

He has also continued to pose questions to other forum users about certain situations in the anime; which he has failed to answer most of them.
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I can type something cohesive and present it in terse manner for all of see.

Took me 24 years to do that.
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24 years.
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24 years.


you kaseijin do not start with me. I am in no mood for you.

I am using the f word too much. I need to stop.
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GoldTStar wrote:

24 years.


you kaseijin do not start with me. I am in no mood for you.

I am using the f word too much. I need to stop.


Lmao, but 24 years!

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GoldTStar wrote:


AnimeKami wrote:


GoldTStar wrote:

24 years.


you kaseijin do not start with me. I am in no mood for you.

I am using the f word too much. I need to stop.


Lmao, but 24 years!



If I could look back on all the papers I wrote in high school and presentations. I would be exhorting myself.
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Fall Semester/Mike

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Fall Semester/Mike



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Inaho's expression as he tries to save said friend. One could say with a look of determination.


Inaho's expression just after watching friend's death. Mouth is gaped open after saying said friend's name and if you pay close attention to the scene you notice how his mouth stays open even after he finishes saying it.


Inaho a few moments after said friend's death. Face downcast and a few seconds later, he jolts to attention as if he had been in a daze/deep thought after a radio transmission begins.


Just because he doesn't cry or didn't go into hysterics, doesn't mean he's a "cardboard". Despite him coming up with and executing the plans, you're argument was that he did it single-handly. Since he got help from his allies, that is not the case.

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First, I would NOT rescue the person who told me straight to my face that he was trying to kill the person I've been through hell trying to rescue and protect. I am not that stupid.

Secondly, I see nothing wrong with enjoying someone who uses their intelligence to overcome a disadvantage instead of the just-in-time power-ups or preservering through sheer willpower and determination. Also, the only one I remember him beating single-handedly is the final boss guy. Every other time, he was surrounded by allies who assisted him.

Thirdly, I personally think Inaho is much more emotionally than people give him credit for but that could vary depending on how you interpret the scenes.


I agree with everything you said here.

I also agree with the OP to a certain extent. I forget on what points exactly haha it's getting too late; my brain's just gone by now.

Don't shoot me but I like Inaho better. I think what's really missing is his back story which would explain why he's so unemotional. Maybe I like him better just because I'm rather unemotional most of the time. Also, Inaho resembles my 17 year old cousin. He's also calm and deadpan most of the time. He's a very strict and disciplined kid who rarely ever wavers in stressful situations. He's also brilliant and has a wide breadth of knowledge.

Anyway, I think if they made Inaho at least show flickers of when he's finally reached his breaking point, it would've been more realistic. Even the most calm people do break down at some point in time.


I do wish we had some more back story on Inaho as well. Maybe his sister can shed some light on that during season 2- if we don't miraculously have two people surviving head-shots.
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slaine brought pain but inaho is the way to go.
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I do think Slaine is more important to the story, based on his Mysterious Origins, his renowned yet-nowhere-to-be-seen father clearly cement him as bigger player in the grand scheme. As opposed to "random high-schooler with extraordinary ability for combat."

Although, Inaho is really the only competent one on the UE side of things. I hesitate to call Inaho smart -he just uses simple logic after all (less Lelouch, more Spock)- I prefer to think he's just surrounded by imbeciles. It's real easy for a dim bulb to look bright in a dark room. Plus, things get kinda boring watching wave after wave of soldiers get mowed down by one punk in a super mech. Eventually you just want someone to step up, regardless of whether it's a high-schooler. At that point, you just wanna watch Inaho work his magic, thinking "Finally someone's getting @$%^ done". Which is the whole reason why they make you watch all the other soldiers die.

And... really... Slaine didn't do much. He spent most of his time getting pushed around by nobles. The most badass thing he did was play clean up on a shot that even Inaho's magic wouldn't work on(and just in the nick of time, too). Once. And he did do some questionable things that can only be written off as naive or just plain stupid.
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