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Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans Episode 31: Betrayal soon?


Maybe I'm too sleep-deprived to be analyzing this show, but this episode has seemed pretty scattered. Maybe, more specifically, I had a problem with the excess narration. Also, it seems like they were setting Takaki up for something.

Definitely seemed like they were setting Takaki up to die, but I dunno...I feel like he has a good chance of working out as another leader. Eugene doesn't feel like he has much presence and Orga feels like he does too much, so it would be a nice change. But if either Takaki or Aston has to die, Takaki's definitely the more likely choice.

I'm just sitting here wondering if I missed something last week.

I guess I'll take your word for it, McGillis. I personally feel like I've been tossed in the middle of this.

This line feels important for some reason. Because Aston treats them like soldiers?

Pfft...this kid thought he was in charge.

Oh ho so mysterious...

In all seriousness, this guy only gets away with this if it's revealed that he's not GaliGali.

Oh yeah...haven't seen this guy in a while.

Any particular reason for this? Mars gravity is better than Earth gravity? Anyway, I guess Chad will live. This is a bit of an awkward reveal.

For a traitor, Galan sure plays it cool.

This scene's alright. Aston has seemed too composed so far and it makes sense that he thinks this way.

Oh Takaki. You don't wanna be saying that line.



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