And what a one to start!dwarfkicker said:Man I never thought I'd start one of these ;D
第258話 千年帝国の鷹篇 鷹都の章 帰巣
Also appropriate considering Sonja's rampant bird analogies from a few episodes ago, especially as it's her homecoming.yota821 said:I would translate "帰巣”（きそう） as "The Return Home".
帰 ＝ to return, to come back
巣 ＝ nest (as in a bird's nest)
It seems appropriate for the Hawk of Light to return to its 'nest'.
Indeed. And as far as the title goes, I think "homing" or "homecoming" is appropriate."Griffith No More!" said:Also appropriate considering Sonja's rampant bird analogies from a few episodes ago, especially as it's her homecoming.
Griffith was in Wyndham not so long ago, and it's Midland's capital. It refers to Sonja coming back to the Neo Hawks, IMHO.rick said:so does this mean griffith is returning to midland?
Ditto. It's just otherworldly beautiful hair xech. ;)SaiyajinNoOuji said:I think you're looking to much into it. ;)
Exactly what I was thinking!!"Griffith No More!" said:Creative speech bubble. =)
He appeared in volume 27, when he rescued Charlotte from Ganishka. But it had been a while since we saw him before that, and the story didn't focus on him for long last time (just during episode 235, basically).krumm47 said:now that I think about it, Griffith's last appearance was probably about 5 or 6 volumes ago, which equates to about 3 or 4 years ago .
Haha, after editing my post to hopefully reduce the possible chance of error (from 5-6 volumes, to 4-5 volumes) I was still a bit out ::). Ah well...Aazealh said:He appeared in volume 27, when he rescued Charlotte from Ganishka. But it had been a while since we saw him before that, and the story didn't focus on him for long last time (just during episode 235, basically).
As in homing instinct or homing pigeon. Like for birds.yota821 said:Homing? I could understand homecoming, but homing? As in homing missile? As in homing beacon?
Well, it embodies pretty well the feeling of "returning home" while adding a birdish connotation to it (and it's concise, too). It's true that using it alone would be weird since it's an adjective though; I thought of it more as a gerund actually, I'm not sure whether it can be used that way or not.yota821 said:^^Hmmm, pretty cool. But since it's an adjective, it's kinda weird for it to be used alone. Not that I'm complaining or anything.
Ah well then, I guess it's fine.puella said:It's also a noun.
I hear their was a program to train pigeons to guide missiles by pecking the target on a sreen, but the training was too expensive for a one use pigeon.Aazealh said:homing pigeon