Posted by psgels on 28 November 2008 with categories: Tytania



Short Synopsis: Zalish is sent out to destroy the rebels.
Highlights: Finally Lydia gets something to do!
Overall Enjoyment Value: 7/10 (Enjoyable)
Well, so this series continues its path of solidly building up. This arc was really meant to show a bit of the side of the rebels other than Miranda, and how despite having lost the battle against Fan Hulic, the Tytania family is definitely something to watch out for. Zalish completely wiped out the pirates in this episode without any bit of effort. Fan Hulic meanwhile, seems to finally feel a bit like fighting again, so who knows where this series might take us.

I’m also glad to see that Lydia finally gets to do something, rather than hang around in a random garden. As a naive princess, she offers herself as a hostage to prevent Tytania from taking some vital resources that can be found on her planet, and basically labelling her country as bankrupt. The impact she’s going to make on these Tytania-guys must be quite severe, for her character to be such a major character in this series.

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  1. midenz says:

    ooh Lydia finally does something!? great ^_^! i can’t wait to see what she can do since shes supposedly one of the characters that do something big :)

  2. Windspirit says:

    So the random loli showing up so the pedos can fap DOES have a purpose…

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  • Mikey
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 05:14 PM)
    I have a few more thoughts on this, but I have work now.
  • Emma
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 05:08 PM)
    I don’t believe I’ve ever read a visual novel made before the 2000s.
  • Mikey
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 04:39 PM)
    @Aidan Wouldn’t “The game sucked” potentially be a good reason for a remake.
  • AidanAK47
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 01:27 PM)
    Woah, a remake of the YU-NO visual novel? I don’t know about that…it wasn’t all that great a story and that ending was all kinds of creepy.
  • AidanAK47
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 01:25 PM)
    About Black Mirror, make sure not to miss the christmas special. It was great.
    @Anton, I could do it but I would need to get word from the other writers. Everythings gone silent with them. Last I heard from Ninja was him trying to get Psgels to writer the season preview. Guess that Christmas and new years are keeping them offline.
  • Anton
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 01:18 PM)
    Hey, will you publish a Best of 2014 list? Would be great.
  • Bam
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 08:57 AM)
    @Emma: I actually hadn’t seen that one, but very neat. She has this strange take on the mysterious and nostalgic which creates a sort of twisted fairytale look to most of her work.
  • Emma
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 08:54 AM)
  • Bam
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 08:50 AM)
    I think she mentioned that she released a series of prints, but I don’t think a collection book ever materialized. She used to be on DeviantArt but like many others she became dis-infatuated with the site and removed her works. She now has a Facebook page that you can check some of her stuff on:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.559120284140829.1073741833.558917134161144&type=3
  • Emma
    (Monday, Dec 29. 2014 08:43 AM)
    @Bam: Looks up my alley/thing I’d buy an artbook of her stuff if theres ever one out.

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