Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince episode 6


Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince episode 6

Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince episode 6 is about Team Rabbits leaving behind their school and classmates as they graduate early. There is a flashback to when the group is first put together and how they were when they first joined.

This episode of Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince should have been emotional and maybe it would have been if it was done right. Team Rabbits is leaving behind everything that they remember, since their early memories are gone. All their friends are still going to be in school. The team finally proves themselves to some extent during their demonstration for graduation. They even have the school saluting them as they are leaving. The writers kept fitting in that the whole school thinks of them as the fail team though. That diffused most of the serious emotional portions of the show.

Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince episode 6 demonstration

All the mech shows of this season have people fighting over technology. This seems a little ridiculous in some situations, but especially in Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince. The group as a whole should be interested in taking out their mutual enemy, but instead they want control of the new technological advance. Hopefully the fight over technology will not effect the pilots or the war. Surely they will stop before it could harm their chances of winning the war. Getting ahead of others in politics will not matter if you are dead.

The end of the episode is really annoying. They leave the show on a shot of the Wulgaru. If there had been just a few more minutes it would not have been as bad, but just an image of the group to taunt the viewer. Luckily it looks like next episode will reveal more about them. The Wulgaru look like humans with different coloring, so I have to wonder what makes them different then the humans of the MJP and their allies.

Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince episode 6

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