Le Chevalier D'Eon Anime Review.
25-3-2009. Category: Anime. News Type: Site. By: Bradley Beeck.
Le Chevalier D'Eon anime review. The Poets needed more explanation to be better antagonists and there was too much left to the last episode. In other news I got a hold of Hotel Dusk: Room 215 this week. A lot of these early DS games are discontinued and disappearing so I encourage you to go find them now. I'll hopefully get Advance Wars: Dual Strike this weekend and that'll be all the older games I know about or are interested in. I didn't have much of chance to play Mirror's Edge this week.
-Maximilien Robespierre: Nobody questions this blonde foreign dude walking around Russia, royal palaces, doing what he wants. If he has the power to do that, why does he even need the royal psalms?
-The Revolutionary Brethren/Poets donít explain their motivation Ė just that the Monarchy is no longer best for maintaining order. Whatever that means. You don't see any commoner life/rise of the Revolution.
-DíEon doesnít hold back when speaking to kings/empresses etc despite being a Knight.
-The middle episodes slow down in parts because there's so much talking although it's still not entirely without action.
-Something I wondered about: DíEonís parents. Being a noble all authority descends from them through blood and yet they're never mentioned.
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