Quick Thought – Azur Lane Episode 11 & 12

I do have a reason why this is late, and is just a quick thought. It’s best that I explain myself first.

So, I’ve noted I work for the Federal government, and as such, I fell under the whole ‘essential personnel’ category. What it actually says on my ID card is ‘Federal Emergency Response Official’. Basically, I’m expected to report to duty barring extenuating circumstances (like my car being upside down in a ditch). That’s why I haven’t been blogging. I’m active in other places, particularly in a Discord Server RP, but not blogging.

Anyways, to my thoughts:

Akagi and whatever Amagi is supposed to be is crazy. Enterprise going after the ICBM to try and stop it was worthy of the action though the impact was not as compelling.

Enterprise coming to grips with herself was great, as was Kaga’s final realization she’s in the wrong and for someone to save Akagi. The big damn heroes thing where Crimson Axis and Azur Lane team up against the Aby- I mean Sirens was nice, especially when the older statesmen show up. Seeing the distinguished battleships form a battle line, as if the schism never happened at all was great.

The reforming of the anti-Siren force, though with separate camps still a thing leads well into the current game I guess, I’ve not advanced past world four in the game.

Apart from that, it was a cap of sorts alright, though I find it was less confusing than Kantai Collection’s anime, it had fewer memorable moments to me. And not one episode really stuck out.

That’s my very quick, obviously not thought well through, thoughts on the series. I’m going back to sleep.

About Jusuchin (Military Otaku)

Conservative, Patriotic and an Otaku. Recent grad of George Mason University. I am interested in firearms, politics, Japanese Anime, and military tech.
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2 Responses to Quick Thought – Azur Lane Episode 11 & 12

  1. Overall, I found that Azur Lane excelled where Kantai Collection excelled (music, combat scenes), and fell short in the same departments (overall story, focus). While not the greatest work of all time, Azur Lane remains a fun watch overall, although it wasn’t enough to get me to pick the game up.

  2. “The big damn heroes thing where Crimson Axis and Azur Lane team up against the Aby- I mean Sirens ”

    LOL

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