Strike Witches – Road to Berlin: Even Still I Want to Protect (Episode 12 – END)

I’m going to exaggerate and say that Yoshika has had more character growth in the last ten minutes of this episode than she did in the first two seasons of Strike Witches, but I’m not exactly off am I? Also this is going to be short, I guess? Also written initially on googledocs via my Christmas present to myself, a Galaxy Tab A7.

 

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Strike Witches: Road to Berlin – Road to Berlin (Episode 11)


And so, we get to episode 11 and the actual assault of Berlin itself. With the delays constantly pushing things back, Patton and Minna must do as told.

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Quick Thought: Strike Witches – Road to Berlin: Shizuka, Come In! (Episode 10)


Finally, after numerous delays, the battle to retake Berlin has started, though in typical fashion (and to pad out 2 more episodes) the whole thing goes into the crapper.

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Strike Witches – Road to Berlin: Minna’s Sky (Episode 9)

A Minna-centric episode this time. I always thought of the two commanders depicted in the animated series thus far, she seemed to be the one getting the short end of the stick often.

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Quick Thought: Strike Witches – Road to Berlin: The Fog (Episode 8)

Just a quick thought today, it’s Thanksgiving weekend in the United States and I’ve gotten some other work to focus on while at home.

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Strike Witches – Road to Berlin, Episode 7

I’d like to say I was busy with stuff. But no, I just couldn’t really get around to watching it at the time of this post. Accursed 7th episode.

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Strike Witches: Road to Berlin – Hounds of Vengeance (Episode 6)

Well, nudity aside, this episode was honestly a new favorite. It was once again, showing how not making Yoshika the focus will free up the writers to really write well. Also an obligatory “is that and Ace Combat reference” in this week’s Neuroi.

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Haha Funny! (I died a little inside.)

Not because of what the tsinelas represented. Naw, that’s just the consequences of your bad actions.

 

The boys didn’t clean OR PRESS COOK ON THE RICE COOKER. That is like, the one fear of most Asian household -sagely nod-

I was sent this via the blogfather on the bookfaces. I shared it with others on discord and needless to say, we were laughing our asses off but really they were hollow laughter, as we did Vietnam flashbacks when we screwed up as badly as those boys in the skit did.

 

Note: I’m being humorous, this was a funny skit. Maybe.

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Strike Witches – Road to Berlin: Queen of Nederland (Episode 5)

There are times where the three-episode rule has utterly failed me. The one I gushed the best was with Episode Five of the Kino no Tabi relaunch/remake/reimagining. And it seems things happen on the fifth episode. Perrine had always been a haughty character to me, though this episode made me cheer for her.

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Quick Thought: Strike Witches – Road to Berlin: Beyond 200 Miles per Hour (Episode 4)

The Shirley and Lucchini episode. While Miyafuji was featured here and there, the main driving force is Charlotte’s interactions with Lucchini and her broken land speed record. Late entry, and quick, things happened.

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