Fan Hatches A Daring Plan To Get Some Money For The Honest Old Man Crew. Will He Be Successful? Tune In To Find Out
Man, what a let down this arc was. Here we has what looked like an arc that was going to be the first good one since Lira got reintroduced into the story, but they managed to cheapen it during the last few minutes such that what should have been awesome and very good instead becomes mildly retarded and merely decent. I’ll tell the story of what happened now. Continue reading ‘Tytania Episodes 16-17 (Almost Famous)’
I actually put this show on indefinite hold after watching episode 14. Never mind the suddenness of Estrades’ turn to madness, and the idiocy of the Verdhana nobles. It’s Fan Hulic disappearing to yet another soul-searching expedition that did me in. Now Kaioshin Sama is real upset about episode 15, and I don’t blame him. It’s TERRIBLE, perhaps not in an absolute sense, but rather (in my case) a further irreconcilable departure to how I wanted the show to be like. Continue reading ‘Tytania Episode 15 – Singing Loli Fails to Save Ship from Sinking’
There is no Tytania episode 15 and I refuse to entertain the notion that there is such a thing as a Tytania episode 15. Tytania in fact goes straight from episode 14 to 16 and there is no such occurence as Fan and Bal’ami going to their caves to find their power lolis so that they can overcome a loss that has already been overcome. The whole idea is just too proposterous and clearly has no place in something like Tytania and I will hear none of it. Hence we shall continue on to episode 16 shortly here at Anime History and there will be no further mention of any sort of Tytania episode 15 from this point forward on my part since it does not exist.
That said Ghostlightning might be stopping by at some point to blog about an episode 15 of something or other. You are free to acknowledge his ravings about a Tytania episode 15 if you want, but I don’t buy it. I recall watching some show about a pink haired loli and “Hero” shacking up in an Uncle Tom’s cabin and some Aryan dude coming back from the dead to accomplish nothing of value, but I certainly don’t recall it being Tytania because that sort of stuff doesn’t happen in Tytania, it happens in Xenosaga.
When A Character Starts Drinking Red Wine In The Vampire Style You Know They Are Up To No Good
This was kind of a strange episode, but it’s the first one I’ve really been able to get into for a long time. Perhaps it was because there was so little Fan Hulic stuff going on (although he does put in an appearance as we’ll see in a moment), but as if to “make up” for that there was a bit of crazy on Tytantia’s side this time around. Continue reading ‘Tytania Episode 14 (Fraternal Fragdown)’
WHAT IS A MAN?! Well After This Episode We Can Certainly It’s Not Alses
This episode I thought I would try another new summary/review scheme since like with Alses’ mask coming off at the end of this episode, everyone pretty much shows some of their true colours. I’m pretty sure Charles Di Britannia would be disgusted if he were here to see it. Well, I think that with this one the wheels of tragedy have finally been set in motion (and I’m not talking about stupid Lira’s death, that was just a catalyst and a blessing) and it’s time for the fall to begin. The first step in my coverage of it comes with my Daily Show inspired look at our cast members and how our expectations of them don’t always match up to their true selves, their visible actions, and their actual capabilities. Pretty much everybody in this episode does one impressive thing and one really dumb thing and in some cases they reveal another side of themselves, for better or worse. Perhaps it shows that through it all they are, each and everyone of them…..human. Anyway, let’s have a look. Continue reading ‘Tytania Episode 13 (Goofus vs. Gallant)’
Nunally 2.0 Lydia …I Simultaneously Love And Hate You At The Same Time….Kind Of In The Same Way I Do This Episode
No seriously, I’m really starting to wonder about the bi-polar style of writing between the two factions of the show. Specifically about what is going on with the disparity between the way the Tytania side scenarios are written compared to Fan’s side in terms of quality and complexity. It’s like….okay here’s an example, you know how Call of Duty has two developers that alternate with each game and how while the title of the series always remains the same, one of them clearly isn’t bringing their A-Game even if different scenarios call for different styles of scripting?
More specifically how wherein one can be praised quite a bit for their innovative ways of telling stories about warfare that make use of solid scripting and visual cues to really pull you into the story and add that extra oomph the other clearly just likes to rehash overused concepts when taking you through their stories or they like to just copy the other guys style whenever convenient, thus resulting in what can only be described as a watered/dumbed down scenario and overall experience compared to what the other team offers. Well anyway, I’d swear Tytania has the same thing going on and that there are actually two scenario writers for the series, one with a certain degree of skill in his style and the other who’s just kind of winging it. I’d also swear that if this is indeed the case that the skilled guy got assigned to write the Tytania side of the story and the borderline hack got assigned to write Fan’s side of the story. In some ways that’s the only way I can explain what I witnessed in this episode. I worry that this is going to be a long one, but let’s go in for a closer look. Continue reading ‘Tytania Episode 12 (Are There Two Seperate Scenario Writers For This Show?)’
The Most Interesting Aspect Of The Episode For Me When It Came To Fan’s Side Of The Story. Holo-Cards, Wave Of The Future, Or Pure Science Fiction? You Decide
Another episode that can be summed up pretty quickly. Lira is of course captured (and I still couldn’t care less) and it’s all part of Idris’ no fail plan to gain some credit or failing that, cause his enemies to lose favour. Continue reading ‘Tytania Episode 11 Mini-Review (Rescuing The Princess From The Dragon Or Something Along Those Lines)’