Eureka 7 AO is super interesting.
Quit while you're ahead.
No, I'm dead serious. Where ever you're at, it's probably far enough.
Do not finish that show.
Do you hear me?
Do NOT finish that show.
There are only tears beyond this point, and they are tears of rage.
Why did they have to sex her up so much?
I did not mind how Eureka seveN AO ended
It was kinda dumb how they messed up the characters and timeline and stuff but oh well, it was all rectonned by the recton gun anyway
Dewey was right.
It was kinda bad in the aspect of the plot
But god dammit the threads that surfaced after Renton showed up was the best part of the series.
Which anime will suffer from the Bones second season curse next?
WTF THATS RENTON!?!
The only good parts in AO were the ones in which the characters in the first season appeared.
yea, he tried to galatic shonen on E7:AO
His design is... actually pretty fucking awesome. He fits in with all the other designs pretty well.
You see that carbine? You know that carbine.
We all know that rifle.
Basically. I thought the first episode and then the tripping episode showed a lot of promise too as far as AO-only bits went.
>The threads when the Gekko showed up
>All of that hope and optimism
Eureka keeps making me hard.
Dunno If I should watch it or not...
I knew we were going to be in for a rough time when THE END got 4 seconds of actual screen time, enough to blow up with the rest of the rubble.
Eureka seven AO was good.
No it wasn't
It would have been a bit more enjoyable if they had produced it as a 50 episode series like the original. They wouldn't have had to hamfist everything in, and would have had time to expand upon the characters a bit more. There are so many plot points that could have been expanded upon as well, like
>Why does Renton have a modified spec-V?
>Why does Eureka have the spec2 if the typeZERO disappeared at the end of the first series in its spec3 form?
>Why is the transformed typeTheEND hidden beneath Generation Bleu when it was destroyed in the first series?
>What is Kanon, and where did it come from?
>The genocide of Ivica's country in his backstory
Since the guide explained jack shit, I'll have to take my own theories as answers.
at least the music was good
Can anyone summarize the plot, it didn't retroactively shit on the first season did it? Don't want to waste time on it if it's as bad as people say.
Also wtf is going on with the captcha, they are goddamn indecipherable.
You serious m8?
When Nirvash took half the Scub with it to another universe, that universe reacted to the foreign material by creating "Secrets", ships similar to white blood cells that are designed to destroy the foreign material.
The Scub Coral reacts by time traveling as a method of survival, randomly appearing at various points throughout history on Earth.
If you remember your history for Eureka Seven, the Scub was originally space bacteria that was brought back to Earth in the mid-2000s through a rocket called "Eureka". It then infected the coral in the ocean, and began to grow from there, eventually covering the entire planet and forcing humanity off it.
With the Scub now appearing hundreds to thousands of years earlier than it was supposed to, some aspects of history have changed in this alternate universe. Back in Universe A, year 12025, Renton and Eureka are studying the Scub using the Gekkou when something happens and Eureka is pulled into Universe B, year 2025. She's pregnant at the time, and she meets a boy named Ao. Ao helps her get back to her own time, and then another Ao from a bit further in time appears in the timestream and helps her all the way back, revealing he's her future son. Eureka is pregnant with a girl, though. When the baby is born, she's a human/Coralian hybrid, and it can't survive on a planet whose atmosphere is laced with trapar. It turns to stone and dies.
Secrets from Universe B attack Universe A, year 12025, finding it as the source of the Scub Coral that appeared in their universe, and wipes out all of humanity, save for Eureka and Renton. Eureka gets pregnant again, knowing that she'll have a baby boy named Ao, and ends up getting transported back in time again to Universe B, year 2012, bringing a new Nirvash that Renton created with her. At the time, the Scub Coral doesn't cover the planet, so Ao can survive without being poisoned by the sheer amount of trapar.
The ending to this show was satisfying, everything was happy, don't know why so many people are analblasted over it.
The ending shits on everything the original series stood for. The sad thing is that it kept on getting my hopes up with flashes of potential, only to shatter all my dreams and make me cry bloody tears of rage.
Please don't watch this piece of shit, if you valued the original Eureka 7 at all.
Yes it was.
who is excited for Eureka 7 BD from Funimation this month?
Eureka helps the army with a Scub Burst in 2015 (when a piece of Scub Coral time travels and appears at its destination, followed by Secrets soon after), and she sacrifices herself to try and get it out of there to also stop the Secret there. She causes it to time travel, but without a destination in mind, she's caught between dimensions. Ao, age 3, knows none of this, only that his mother disappeared, and both she and him are hated by the majority of people on their island that they've been living on.
Eventually, an organization called Generation Bleu shows up in 2025, Ao joins them because he's the only one who can operate Eureka's Nirvash and he wants to find out what happened to her, and shit happens for a while. Guy named Truth shows up, he wants to find the "truth" of the world (it literally turns out to just be Universe A's historical order of events). He was originally the Secret that appeared in 2015, but became sorta human after the events, but with super powers or something like that.
After a mission, Ao recovers the Gekkou from a meteor with Eureka inside it. Play out the events where they first meet each other, an Ao from a bit further in the future also shows up briefly, and so on and so forth.
Generation Bleu harvests "Quartz" from the Scub Coral to deactivate them, and a massive amount of them fuse together to create the "Quartz Gun" (ie. the retcon gun). It removes things from history by blasting them, which also changes history in big ways. Truth wants it so he can find the truth, Ao doesn't want to fuck up history any more than it already is, etc.
Dimension-hopping Eureka has been dimension-hopping throughout time for 3 days her time, but meets Ao again 10 years after she disappeared. Sometimes kids disappear with her throughout time, and they're taken with her by accident. She takes Elena when she's a young girl during the 80s briefly to her own time in Universe A, causing Elena to think that she was from that time originally.
She gets dropped off in the year 2020 and makes it her goal to get back to what she believes is her original time.
Then there's a whole bunch of unnecessary character drama, all to the point where Truth ends up blasting himself with the Quartz Gun. Things get even more retconned, and then Renton shows up. He realizes who Ao is, hangs with him for a bit, but then takes the Quartz Gun because he wants to erase the Scub Coral from history so he can fix it. Ao is against this, because his childhood friend Naru, as well as many soldiers, are Coral Carriers, people infected with spores of the Scub Coral, and removing the Scub Coral from history might remove them as well.
Instead, Ao takes the gun, travels back to the moment Eureka is about to sacrifice herself to remove the Scub Coral, but he stops her, and Renton shows up as well. They all say goodbye, Ao uses one final blast to send them back home, as well as erase all the remaining Secrets. Ao drifts through dimensions for a couple years, eventually ending up back home, and he refs back home on Renton's board from space.
Oh yeah, and Truth became the archetype for Ao's Nirvash for no reason after being blasted by the Quartz Gun, and many plot points are left unresolved or aren't elaborated on, despite having a "conclusive ending".
Also forgot to say that dimension-hopping Ao briefly appears to bring Eureka back to her own time and dimension from 2025, and that's where he tells her that he's her son.
thank you... I stopped watching the show halfway through and didn't understand most o the plot.
I watched the whole thing as it airred and still didn't get it, so my thanks as well.
You're missing out on all the nice scenes it did have though, Renton showing up was great.
The correct term is "Retcannon" I mean come on guys.
anyone else think the dub isn't that bad for e7?
Don't you mean Retcanon?
The dub is awful. Eureka's voice is like nails on a chalkboard.
>anyone else think the dub isn't that bad
No, go away.
I don't even know why I turned off my filters. I am so sick to death of you cyberbullies doing this shit to me. I understand it's my own fault, but still, why must you bullies put me through this torture? Just stop it.
To scale it against other dubs, it was average.
No idiot, it's dub was about on par with Sentai Filmworks's shit.
it's kinda hard to grasp the whole multi-universe/time travel plot
except you're the part of witing team.
btw, why the have The End in underground, again?
No need to be hostile toward other opinions, brah.
It was a fantastic show.
AO X NARU OTP
Naru a shit. Do you enjoy 20m foreheads on cunty girls?
Ao-Naru bond was basically the heart and soul of the first arc of this series.
Yay my thread is still here!
because of you i chose to rewatch e7 all night and not sleep