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    Ferozban is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    i never expected such an development. dont know if its good or bad. guess we'll have to wait what comes next.

    a hundret years of war especially in an medieval world is not impossible, whats bugging me is that miria siad that the other side was far superior on the battlefield because of the support of dragonlike monsters.

    so if the island they're on is just an laboratory to create a weapon like alice and beth (or to generally research about yoma) and they are still reasearching. the war on the mainland should have been lost ages ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxsaznpride View Post
    ... the story just got retarded. Only thing working for it will be whether or not Norihiro can make this look good.
    How the hell can you say that? What makes it retarded? What makes it not interesting? This has to be, potentially the best chapter to come out in a LONG time. Not only do we get a lot of answers but we get new questions and possibilities for the story to go in. Not only do they have to overthrow Riful and the AOs along with the Organisation with Alicia and Beth, but they have seemingly new enemies and fractions to consider. A war on another land, with the origins or so it seems of the 'Dragon Kin' (aka Yoma/ABs?).

    Fucking endless possibilities for the story, the mangaka sure knows how to expand a story. I always knew there was something odd about the weapons they carried (exactly down the line of thought Miria had, why don't they break/dent?) and this is a good semi answer.

    I can't fucking wait to see where this is going.

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    Don't underestimate the potential for war. Even in medieval times a war going on for hundreds of years was no uncommon. Hell, some civil wars could go on for like 50 years easily. War is never a short wham-bam-thank you ma'am ordeal. It's long and slow. It's obvious that while both sides aren't equal, both sides have the means to survive. Every war needs a turning point.

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    How is throwing a whole other organization on top of the current Organization purely not retarded? I mean, yes, addressing the whole thing wqith the swords never being broken EVER is nice, but I would have personally preferred them not going to another planet or whatever... another country.

    It just would have been more preferable for me if they lived in that contained little continent... forever.
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    How is he throwing out another organisation? They're the same organisation! The exact same organisation in a different location. Not only that, but they gave answers (somewhat) on the origins of Yoma, did you think the plot was going to stop just at the organisation? How shallow would that have been?

    Staying on the same continent would have been fine, but expanding brings much more possibility, along with the whole 'the rest of the world doesn't know about yoma' thing. I don't get your problem with it, seems pretty closed-minded to me, but hey, different strokes for different folks right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxsaznpride View Post
    How is throwing a whole other organization on top of the current Organization purely not retarded? I mean, yes, addressing the whole thing wqith the swords never being broken EVER is nice, but I would have personally preferred them not going to another planet or whatever... another country.

    It just would have been more preferable for me if they lived in that contained little continent... forever.
    That's your OWN opinion.
    For me the story it's getting really interesting, such developing it's great, i' will be looking forward to the next episode.

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    I wonder if Isley knows about this, considering he's a first generation Claymore.
    There's still a lot about him and Riful that remains a mystery.

    About the war, its possible that the Claymores have already been deployed in the greater lands, resulting in a stalemate of sorts. Well, i'm just guessing... =P

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    This was actually predictable and kinda obvious ever since the first Awakened beings appeared in the story, there have been several occasions where it was hinted that the Yoma worked together with the Organization; As in "Send me some rookies and i´ll test them". It´s good that they finally confirmed and settled that little issue.

    The whole "there´s a giant continent in the world that no one knew about" is pretty stupid though. I hope the author explains why the hell no one in this land was able to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathbringerpt View Post
    The whole "there´s a giant continent in the world that no one knew about" is pretty stupid though. I hope the author explains why the hell no one in this land was able to find it.
    Who looked for new land? It was an Organization, and it's obvilious why they didn't "find" anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathbringerpt View Post
    This was actually predictable and kinda obvious ever since the first Awakened beings appeared in the story, there have been several occasions where it was hinted that the Yoma worked together with the Organization; As in "Send me some rookies and i´ll test them". It´s good that they finally confirmed and settled that little issue.

    The whole "there´s a giant continent in the world that no one knew about" is pretty stupid though. I hope the author explains why the hell no one in this land was able to find it.
    What? People looked for it, but couldn't find anything. No matter what day and age you're in, if you have no idea where you are going you could be sailing for months without seeing a spec of land. In the time Claymore is set, voyages couldn't have gone on longer than that, and with no proper equipment to figure out their barings it's not stupid to say that no one has been able to find it. Those who could travel back and forth were from the organisation, simply because they knew where they were going.

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    This was pretty awesome chapter. Can't wait for more.

 

 
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