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Freud Was Right: According to Narvi's stats, the kind of men she likes are older than 40, chubby, nice to children, and a bit scatterbrained—sound familiar? Granted, it's not explicitly a romantic kind of 'like', but...
Les Yay: After Cleo is captured, she and Sigyn share a room and even sleep in the same bed.
Moral Event Horizon: Girge, killed one of his classmates and injured the rest in Military Academy. For no good reason. Even his father, General Baldr, says that if he puts one foot out of line, Rygart is to kill him without a second thought.
His father was right, the guy is a one-man army, who tries multiple times to kill Rygart, just for the fun of fighting an opponent to its measure. He's batshit insane.
Lately, after their squad was disabled after a fierce fight, he tries to kill the disabled pilots, just to push Rygart to have a duel with him, he pushes up the ante, offering Rygart to help him make Sigyn his woman, if he wins. It ended up in a stalemate/draw because Borcuse & his troops shows up afterwards & captures them.
General Borcuse when he orders Nike to hold one of General Baldr's dead officers bodies and use it to mock General Baldr's men to bait them, holds Rygart's village hostage and has his men try to slaughter them.
His first appearance makes it clear he passed this long ago, showing a scene where he strung up the bloody corpses of civilians on the arms of his mecha. It was apparently enough to get him kicked out of the army & ended up house arrested.
To makes it worse, he justifies his brutality by saying he can't risk leaving his daughter an orphan (her mother has neither been seen nor discussed). It's worse because, in the end, he decides to just goad Rygart into killing him and utterly breaking down, leaving his daughter, that's right, an orphan.
Too Cool to Live: There really was no way that Girge could survive without constantly stealing the spotlight.