History WhamEpisode / GuiltyCrown

7th Nov '15 4:05:56 PM nombretomado
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** It ''DOES'' end poorly, as shown in Episode 15. [[spoiler:Souta and some others plan to break into the hospital to get more of the vaccine to prove that their Voids are useful, and Shu and Hare pursue them. In the end, they're all spotted by the Anti Bodies, and Hare is killed, essentially because of Souta's group. This results in Shu going berserk, [[RebuildOfEvangelion Shinji-style]], and in the end going against his own principles of not wanting a Void Ranking System, a system to determine who's more important to keep alive. Can it possibly get any worse now? Oh, and he also forcibly extracts Inori's Void, which when taken out of context, can be interpreted as statutory ''rape''.]] If they keep this up, there's no telling where the show is going to wind up.

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** It ''DOES'' end poorly, as shown in Episode 15. [[spoiler:Souta and some others plan to break into the hospital to get more of the vaccine to prove that their Voids are useful, and Shu and Hare pursue them. In the end, they're all spotted by the Anti Bodies, and Hare is killed, essentially because of Souta's group. This results in Shu going berserk, [[RebuildOfEvangelion [[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Shinji-style]], and in the end going against his own principles of not wanting a Void Ranking System, a system to determine who's more important to keep alive. Can it possibly get any worse now? Oh, and he also forcibly extracts Inori's Void, which when taken out of context, can be interpreted as statutory ''rape''.]] If they keep this up, there's no telling where the show is going to wind up.
12th Jun '15 7:58:43 PM nombretomado
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For such a LoveItOrHateIt series, ''GuiltyCrown'' seems, at times, hell-bent on challenging two certain [[Anime/CodeGeass other]] [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica shows]] for the title of most [[WhamEpisode Whams]] in a single series. Up until episode 12, it seemed like just another awesome action show, but after [[spoiler:Shu kills Gai in the aforementioned episode]], it becomes a whole lot DarkerAndEdgier. To the point that it's easier to count the episodes that ''don't'' qualify.

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For such a LoveItOrHateIt series, ''GuiltyCrown'' ''Anime/GuiltyCrown'' seems, at times, hell-bent on challenging two certain [[Anime/CodeGeass other]] [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica shows]] for the title of most [[WhamEpisode Whams]] in a single series. Up until episode 12, it seemed like just another awesome action show, but after [[spoiler:Shu kills Gai in the aforementioned episode]], it becomes a whole lot DarkerAndEdgier. To the point that it's easier to count the episodes that ''don't'' qualify.
25th Jan '15 6:59:59 AM memetics
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* Episode 10: [[spoiler:Shu has quit Funeral Parlor and is in the throughs of a HeroicBSOD from the events of the last episode. Keido and his allies in GHQ have used the metorite that started Lost Christmas to trigger ''another'' even revealing himself to be the one who triggered the first one and (probably) the show's BigBad. Gai and most of Funeral Parlor appear to have been killed and Inori appears to be in agony because of the incident.]]
* Episode 11: [[spoiler:Inori reverses the effects of the virus signal by singing. Shu and the club is coming to rescue Funeral Parlor.]] Everything looks good until the last five minutes, when [[spoiler:Keido's blond accomplice teleports in, reveals ''he'' has the Void Genome by extracting Inori's sword and nearly killing Shu. Gai takes the hit while he escapes with Inori, causing the signal to rebroadcast and hell to come roaring back.]] Here we go again.
* Episode 12 gives us the ''true'' cause of Lost Christmas and the nature of the girl that strangely ressembles Inori, Mana. [[spoiler:The girl was the first person to be infected by the virus and Shu's older sister.]] It's also confirmed that Gai and Shu were friends as children, that ''Shu'' was the brave one in the bunch, [[spoiler:that the virus originally had marginal crystallization effects and more so affected the victims behavior, making them unstable and sociopathic.]] This in turn made Mana [[spoiler:fall head over heels for her ''little brother'' (with some heavy {{Yandere}} tendencies for added squick, tricked young Gai into shooting himself]], and [[spoiler:propose to and subsequently scare the ever loving crap out of Shu.]] He calls her a monster, so Mana [[spoiler:freaks out and subconsciously mutates the Apocolypse Virus into what the viewers are familiar with and rapidly spreads it]], at which point [[CataclysmBackstory Lost Christmas]] ensues. '''Wow'''.

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* Episode 10: [[spoiler:Shu has quit Funeral Parlor and is in the throughs throes of a HeroicBSOD from the events of the last episode. Keido and his allies in GHQ have used the metorite that started Lost Christmas to trigger ''another'' even revealing himself to be the one who triggered the first one and (probably) the show's BigBad. Gai and most of Funeral Parlor appear to have been killed and Inori appears to be in agony because of the incident.]]
* Episode 11: [[spoiler:Inori reverses the effects of the virus signal by singing. Shu and the club is are coming to rescue Funeral Parlor.]] Everything looks good until the last five minutes, when [[spoiler:Keido's blond accomplice teleports in, reveals ''he'' has the Void Genome by extracting Inori's sword and nearly killing Shu. Gai takes the hit while he the accomplice escapes with Inori, causing the signal to rebroadcast and hell to come roaring back.]] Here we go again.
* Episode 12 gives us the ''true'' cause of Lost Christmas and the nature of the girl that strangely ressembles Inori, Mana. [[spoiler:The girl was Shu's older sister and was the first person to be infected by the virus and Shu's older sister.virus.]] It's also confirmed that Gai and Shu were friends as children, that ''Shu'' was the brave one in the bunch, and [[spoiler:that the virus originally had marginal crystallization effects and more so affected the victims behavior, making them unstable and sociopathic.]] This in turn made Mana [[spoiler:fall head over heels for her ''little brother'' ''little'' (half-) ''brother'' (with some heavy {{Yandere}} tendencies for added squick, tricked squick), trick young Gai into shooting himself]], and [[spoiler:propose to and subsequently scare the ever loving crap hell out of Shu.]] He calls her a monster, so Mana [[spoiler:freaks out and subconsciously mutates the Apocolypse Virus into what the viewers are familiar with and rapidly spreads it]], at which point [[CataclysmBackstory Lost Christmas]] ensues. '''Wow'''.



* And then there's the fact that, as of Episode 16, [[spoiler:Mana, Shu's reality-warping and incestuous elder sister has effectively stolen Inori's body, starting while in the garden with him. Or when she killed those students in Episode 14.]]
* In Episode 17, [[spoiler:Arisa leads a coup d'etat, BackFromTheDead Gai cuts off Shu's right arm and takes the Void Genome, and the UN vote to eliminate Japan through an air-strike. And it wouldn't be a surprise if they actually choose to just carpet-nuke all of Japan, to eliminate the Apocalypse Virus' presence there.]]

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* And then there's the fact that, as of Episode 16, [[spoiler:Mana, Shu's reality-warping and incestuous elder older sister has effectively stolen Inori's body, starting while in the garden with him. Or when she killed those students in Episode 14.14 and continuing while in the garden with him.]]
* In Episode 17, [[spoiler:Arisa leads a coup d'etat, BackFromTheDead Gai cuts off Shu's right arm and takes the Void Genome, and the UN vote to eliminate Japan through an air-strike. And it wouldn't be a surprise if they actually choose chose to just carpet-nuke all of Japan, to eliminate the Apocalypse Virus' presence there.]]
23rd Jun '14 5:10:22 PM Ford1114
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* Episode 21 at the end, [[spoiler:Mana is finally revived.]]

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* Episode 21 at 21: At the end, end of the penultimate episode, [[spoiler:Mana is finally revived.]]
23rd Jun '14 5:04:23 PM Ford1114
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* Episode 19: [[spoiler:Shuichiro reveals himself to be Haruka's older brother and the one who murdered Shu's father in the past. Shu uses up the last remaining Void Genome given to him by Haruka to destroy Segai's forces and kill Segai himself. And to everyone's shock, not only did Shu absorb Souta's Void, but also his Apocalypse infection as well.]]

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* Episode 19: [[spoiler:Shuichiro reveals himself to be Haruka's older brother and the one who murdered Shu's father in the past. Shu uses up the last remaining Void Genome given to him by Haruka to destroy Segai's forces and kill Segai himself. And to everyone's shock, not only did Shu absorb Souta's Void, but also his Apocalypse infection as well.]]
* Episode 21 at the end, [[spoiler:Mana is finally revived.
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9th Jan '13 12:03:19 PM TVRulezAgain
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* In Episode 13, [[spoiler:Keido somehow becomes the new President of Japan, and his first order is to completely seal off the "infected" portion of the city ArkhamCity style, including Shu and his entire school.]]

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* In Episode 13, [[spoiler:Keido somehow becomes the new President of Japan, and his first order is to completely seal off the "infected" portion of the city ArkhamCity style, city, including Shu and his entire school.]]
16th Dec '12 10:56:13 AM Sterok
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For such a LoveItOrHateIt series, ''GuiltyCrown'' seems, at times, hell-bent on challenging two certain [[CodeGeass other]] [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica shows]] for the title of most [[WhamEpisode Whams]] in a single series. Up until episode 12, it seemed like just another awesome action show, but after [[spoiler:Shu kills Gai in the aforementioned episode]], it becomes a whole lot DarkerAndEdgier. To the point that it's easier to count the episodes that ''don't'' qualify.

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For such a LoveItOrHateIt series, ''GuiltyCrown'' seems, at times, hell-bent on challenging two certain [[CodeGeass [[Anime/CodeGeass other]] [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica shows]] for the title of most [[WhamEpisode Whams]] in a single series. Up until episode 12, it seemed like just another awesome action show, but after [[spoiler:Shu kills Gai in the aforementioned episode]], it becomes a whole lot DarkerAndEdgier. To the point that it's easier to count the episodes that ''don't'' qualify.
22nd Sep '12 9:06:08 AM DarthAbysius
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** Episode 5 [[spoiler: leaves Gai's fate unknown]] as the viewers are treated to [[http://lh4.ggpht.com/-VpiK13m5hDo/Trys_sp9qzI/AAAAAAAAdRI/FT90UohjRq0/%25255BCommie%25255D%252520Guilty%252520Crown%252520-%25252005%252520%25255BCEDCE7F8%25255D.mkv_snapshot_21.13_%25255B2011.11.10_20.17.17%25255D%25255B2%25255D.jpg this]] view of what [[KillSat Leukocyte]] can do. ''And it's not even fully charged at that point.''

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** Episode 5 [[spoiler: leaves Gai's fate unknown]] as the viewers are treated to [[http://lh4.ggpht.com/-VpiK13m5hDo/Trys_sp9qzI/AAAAAAAAdRI/FT90UohjRq0/%25255BCommie%25255D%252520Guilty%252520Crown%252520-%25252005%252520%25255BCEDCE7F8%25255D.mkv_snapshot_21.13_%25255B2011.11.10_20.17.17%25255D%25255B2%25255D.jpg this]] view of what [[KillSat Leukocyte]] can do. ''And it's not even fully charged at that point.'' It's firing at 3%!''
21st Jun '12 6:48:07 AM Sheora
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* Episode 15. Dear god, ''episode 15.'' [[spoiler:Hare performs a HeroicSacrifice and a ''brutally'' averted DiedInYourArmsTonight, shattering in Shu's arms. And so begins Shu's StartOfDarkness.]]

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* Episode 15. Dear god, ''episode 15.'' [[spoiler:Hare performs a HeroicSacrifice and a ''brutally'' an averted DiedInYourArmsTonight, shattering in Shu's arms. And so begins Shu's StartOfDarkness.]]
7th Jun '12 5:27:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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For such a [[YourMileageMayVary Love It]] or [[LoveItOrHateIt Hate It]] series, ''GuiltyCrown'' seems, at times, hell-bent on challenging two certain [[CodeGeass other]] [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica shows]] for the title of most [[WhamEpisode Whams]] in a single series. Up until episode 12, it seemed like just another awesome action show, but after [[spoiler:Shu kills Gai in the aforementioned episode]], it becomes a whole lot DarkerAndEdgier. To the point that it's easier to count the episodes that ''don't'' qualify.

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For such a [[YourMileageMayVary Love It]] or [[LoveItOrHateIt Hate It]] LoveItOrHateIt series, ''GuiltyCrown'' seems, at times, hell-bent on challenging two certain [[CodeGeass other]] [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica shows]] for the title of most [[WhamEpisode Whams]] in a single series. Up until episode 12, it seemed like just another awesome action show, but after [[spoiler:Shu kills Gai in the aforementioned episode]], it becomes a whole lot DarkerAndEdgier. To the point that it's easier to count the episodes that ''don't'' qualify.
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