Yeah, well that's not to say Griffith didn't provoke them, but they sure are as thankless today as ever.Griffith No More! said:Wow, awesome stuff. And those Midland nobles, assholes as ever. But man, that final shot of Griffith sitting next to Charlotte; the ultimate badass, check and mate. =)
Not surprising for him to be wary, he's really got no reason to be particularly happy from a political point of view, even though the Hawks just saved Vritannis' ass. Just wait until the Pontiff shows up (likely soon, in the coming episodes) to see the face he'll make.bph said:Also, Vandimion certainly looked surprised, but didn't appear to be particularly happy about Griffith's return. I'm interested to see just how easily he accepts Griffith's new role in the Alliance.
Not just any remix, it's My Best Remix! Anyway I'm planning on buying them all, I'm thinking amazon.co.jp should carry them. Volumes will be ¥630 each (~$5), so it's a good enough deal I guess.Olivier Hague said:I expected a "kanzenban"-like edition, but it turns out to be a "remix"-like one, so I'll pass... Besides, even if I were interested, I wouldn't know how to get those.
Kanzeban are some kind of collector's editions, high quality releases, usually limited editions too. They're pretty much the best edition one can hope for.Jaze1618 said:would you please explain kanzeban vs. remix? I don't understand the difference
Well, Midland's nobles are all kneeling on the floor so as far as they're concerned, things are good. As for the nobles from foreign countries, in spite of a random mustachio's protests, Griffith just saved the whole alliance by himself. That's quite a feat. And the Pontiff will come into play very soon too, so that'll likely rally them all to his cause.FRS said:I suppose Charlotte's presence will not be enough to silence/gain the support all the nobles, i wonder how Griffith is going to deal with them.
I think it's about the same than in episode 258, only with different clothes. She just seems more mature dressed like a princess/queen (and acting like one) than like a peasant. She definitely looks older than she did back in the old days though, but that's normal.Judo said:Is it just me or is Charlotte looking more adult in this episode than before?
2 milestones: an engagement AND we here our main characters actually have last names :) What would be after the wedding, I wonder.Aazealh said:She mentions her full name (Charlotte Beatrix Marie "Ruhodi" (Lehody?) Wyndham), and declares as the princess of Midland that Lord Griffith, her fiancé, is the commander of Midland's armies.
He doesn't exactly look too happy about Charlotte, either. Looks like the poor guy had his heart set on calling the shotsAazealh said:Not surprising for him to be wary, he's really got no reason to be particularly happy from a political point of view, even though the Hawks just saved Vritannis' ass. Just wait until the Pontiff shows up (likely soon, in the coming episodes) to see the face he'll make.
My guess is she's a mere tool. Whether or not he'll throw her away if/when he becomes King, though...ironman said:I'm beginning to wonder now, does Griffith really love Charlotte or is she a mere tool, a stepping stone like so many other lives in Griffith's pursuit of his own kingdom? She seems to have given Griffith exactly what he wanted.