History Headscratchers / GuiltyCrown

20th Feb '16 3:10:05 PM GrammarNavi
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* One thing that's always been bothering was episode 7. Here, we have GHQ, an international military organization with what is assumed to be a massive budget. They have remote control mecha, large numbers of conventional military forces, and freaking laser beams! Their main duty is to enforce the Japanese quarantine. Yet, they do not have a SINGLE long range surface or anti-shipping missile system. Neither do they have any sort of naval or air assets that can intercept a cruise ship off the coast, despite the fact that they are stationed in a COASTAL CITY. Yet, they have HUNDREDS of surface to air missiles that they're forced to MacGyver into anti-ship missiles. Who the hell is running their logistics!?

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* One thing that's always been bothering was episode 7. Here, we have GHQ, an international military organization with what is assumed to be a massive budget. They have remote control mecha, large numbers of conventional military forces, and freaking laser beams! Their main duty is to enforce the Japanese quarantine. Yet, they do not have a SINGLE long range surface or anti-shipping missile system. Neither do they have any sort of naval or air assets that can intercept a cruise ship off the coast, despite the fact that they are stationed in a COASTAL CITY. Yet, they have HUNDREDS of surface to air missiles that they're forced to MacGyver {{MacGyver|ing}} into anti-ship missiles. Who the hell is running their logistics!?
25th Jun '14 11:54:48 AM InsomniacWeasel
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* Neuroscience and computer technology in the setting being as advanced as they are (I mean, endlaves are piloted remotely via brainwaves), how is it possible for there ''not'' to be a relatively simple way of fixing Ayase's skeleton? It couldn't be that it exists and she just never had the chance to get the treatment due to being stuck in the blockaded Japan because the finale takes place many years later and she's ''still'' disabled.
21st Mar '14 7:04:22 PM Kazeto
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*** True, just checking the power without seeing what the Void actually is would have been senseless. However, had you actually paid attention you would know that they checked both the power level and the kind of Void it is. There is a mention of such scan being performed on everyone in the school after they found the measuring device (episode 14 or so), so they didn't create the ranking based merely on numerical values.
30th Jan '14 7:32:14 AM Bisected8
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** "GHQ" is a generic acronym for "General Headquarters". Usually in a military context.
29th Jan '14 6:18:08 AM WiseMan23753
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* What exactly does GHQ mean? Or is it just another [[Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents unknown acronym like VFD?]]
27th Dec '13 7:46:40 PM Transformer214
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* OK. Something's confusing me. Is Mana [[spoiler: really dead?]] Because it seems like she's [[spoiler: still the {{Yandere}} AnthropomorphicPersonification of the cirus and attempting to obtain a physical body through Inori.]] Or are the [[spoiler: sudden bouts of {{Yandere}}-ness and halucinations of Mana remnants of her personality that remained in Inori?]]

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* OK. Something's confusing me. Is Mana [[spoiler: really dead?]] Because it seems like she's [[spoiler: still the {{Yandere}} AnthropomorphicPersonification of the cirus virus and attempting to obtain a physical body through Inori.]] Or are the [[spoiler: sudden bouts of {{Yandere}}-ness and halucinations of Mana remnants of her personality that remained in Inori?]]


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** It's a little unclear what was going on but it seemed like Mana's [[spoiler:physical body/soul was mostly destroyed in the Lost Christmas. Daath tried to use Inori to rehouse her soul which mostly worked. That's why Inori sometimes manifests her, Mana is fighting for control. She just needed to get a lot of her power back. That happened when she reabsorbed the bits of herself that somehow during the Lost Christmas got embedded into the Voids of the kids that Shu gathers in the school during the lockdown.]]


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** Technically everything we see of Mana's personality (including every flashback scene except one) has been insanely corrupted by the virus to the point where it's essentially the virus simply using her body. Pretty much the only time you see a non-crazy incestuous Mana is at the very very end when [[spoiler:Gai is holding her in the inner world.]]
27th Oct '13 3:16:14 AM Kraesil
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*** Couldn't they use it to say, get out of the lockdown? That would make it very, very, useful.

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*** Couldn't they use it to to, say, get out of the lockdown? That would make it very, very, useful.
27th Oct '13 3:14:40 AM Kraesil
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*** Couldn't they use it to say, get out of the lockdown? That would make it very, very, useful.
4th Sep '13 6:21:37 PM fbiuzz
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** Sugai eye is probably not a real cyborg eye. its probably just a fake one, since it would probably look better than an eye-patch.
1st Sep '13 2:54:32 PM fbiuzz
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** GHQ is still UN's branch, so they would have limitations.

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** GHQ is still UN's branch, so they would have limitations. limitations.
*** Actually this make sense in real life. Thanks to the improvement in aviation technology, ships have become rather obsolete. With the exception of aircraft carriers, which can easily be taken out with bombers. Most of the big machines in military can be taken out by airplanes. Besides they are a UN based organization design to quarantine infection, NOT to take on other countries.
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