- The only noble family that still retains real power due to its military ties, the Marvins, paid to have their daughter star in it. Alice has only nominal officer duties and is just a very hammy actress. Section I was used as a scapegoat to distance the military as a whole from its war crimes. In a propaganda film, it's also more expedient to blame the awful economy on aristocratic greed than complex factors that are harder to understand.
- The pumpkin with shears logo was simply a visual pun, pairing a jack-o-lantern with cutting utensils, hence "jackknife". Some moron bureaucrat confused the written description of the logo with the unit's actual name. There's no way Pumpkin Scissors is a real name.
- Jossed, Alice outright names it Pumpkin Scissors.
- Their eventual defeat will likely be a massive Take That! against inefficient engineering everywhere.
- Seeing as The Empire didn't win and the super soldiers are now just doing whatever they want, this seems likely.
- Or it uses a post-hypnotic suggestion, forcing the user to use the lantern as a kind of cue to go into killing mode. Plus the psychological effect they probably have.
- Might as well throw in Valkyria Chronicles too.
- Fits Valkyria even better, given how the AT Ts are almost the perfect counter to the Articial Valkyria developed in VC 2: armed with a gun capable of destroying both the APCs that power the Artifical Valkyria and penetrating their armour afterwards and while in a straight fight they'd get lasered to death, they can move around a lot more easily in difficult-for-power-armour-and-APC terrain. Add in the whole blue lantern to Ragnite potential parallels and you have a group seemingly custom-created as an urban or guerilla warfare counter to the recently developed Art Valk program.
- Unthinking heroics and women with swords have been passed down through generations!!! (One boy, three big sisters, one of whom joined the military... I can't wait to see how her brother turns out.)
- All she's missing are the sparkles...
- After alot of looking, this troper concludes that the world of Pumpkin Scissors could be crossed with Avatar: The Last Airbender and Randal is actually Teo. After the Kauplan institute found out about the crossing of universes, they somehow found Teo after the defeat of Ozai but before the war in the Pumpkin Scissors universe. They saw the boy and his spirit and thought he would make a good soldier. They take him, erase his memory, experiment on him, manage to get him to walk, get him the lantern, do this that and another thing and BANG! Teo has now become Randal Oland. Only, instead of being the Airbender spirited Teo that everyone knows and loves, he is now... well, Randal.
- Random distribution of advanced technologies and experiments run rampant over the Empire? Mysterious benefactors just giving out tech that could have won the war for either side? Someone's experimenting, only with the whole Empire as their lab.
The series itself was created as an explanation as to why the war broke out, section three is in fact large and powerful section that works as an internal affaires unit for the army and aristocracy, but prior to the civil war they were viewed as a propaganda unit going after small Nobels well the big ones stayed in the capital are getting fat.
The charters are real people serving in the elite unit of section 3Orledo is their best intelligence officer do to his black market contractionMalvin is one that studies the books and was recutied from the elite unitHunks is a long serving intellect officerThe sgt. Major is not as air head as presented just included in the propaganda as comidic reliefAlice the noble that is viewed as the sorta public face of the unit.
After the civil war they need to create heroes that were fighting the silver circle before the war and not that the war came up from nowhere
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