Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 21 – “The Trap of M’Quve” – The Cost of Loss

The Trap of M'Quve

We continue our bleak journey of loss in “The Trap of M’Quve.” “The Trap of M’Quve” was directed by Shinya Sadamitsu and written by Yoshihasa Arika.

The story is the title, M’Quve is angry at how The Trojan Horse is continuing to destroy his bases so he sets a trap to get them destroyed with his Particle Cannon. Around this time Mr. Bright has fallen into a stupor from exhaustion and sadness over the death of Ryu leaving Mirai in charge of commanding the Trojan Horse. From here the story unfolds.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: M’Quve – M’Quve is a great enemy, from leaving bombs all over the Trojan Horse that injure it and the engine, to attacking it with fighters to lure it in to the area of the particle cannon. He accomplishes everything and White Base 7 only wins by faking their own destruction with Smoke Bombs.

Amuro – Takes control this time on the battlefield and manages to destroy the particle cannon in the end. He is the one who realizes that their dwelling on Ryu is making them not find power in themselves or think things through. For once he’s one of the clearer thinkers in an episode.

Sayla – Besides Amuro Sayla is the one trying to make a difference and keeping her cool. It’s her advice to Mirai that usually got disregarded as Sayla saw the bigger picture. She was the one who should have commanded, not Mirai.

Con: Mirai – She makes a bunch of mistakes and doesn’t even think like the pilot she is. This is a shame as this was her chance to shine but instead she caves to the sadness over Mr. Bright’s illness and the death of Ryu. This is understandable, but not in the face of extermination.

The Crew – There was hardly any leadership displayed in this episode and that falls on the crew. M’Quve almost had things too easy because of the Trojan Horse’s incompetence.

This was a good episode on dealing with the loss of Ryu but not the best epsidoe for the crew as the Trojan Horse is now grounded and can only be saved by outside help. I like that this shows they aren’t unstoppable I just wish a bigger enemy like Char or one of the Zabi family had been the one to do the deed.

Final Score: 7.8 / 10

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 20 – “Sorrow and Hatred” – The Character of Ryu

Sorrow and Hatred

“Mobile Suit Gundam” doesn’t pull any punches (both literally and figuratively). This episode follows right after the powerful loss of Ramba Ral and ups it and the stakes as we move forward.

“The Sorrow and the Hatred” was written by Yoshihisa Araki and directed by Sussumu Gyoda and Yoshiyuki Tomino, the directors who did the last episode. Putting them in charge was the right move since this episode deals directly with the consequences from the last one.

The episode begins with an injured Ryu being treated for his injury during the last battle, but moving about trying to put things in motion for people to heal. He wants the crew to work together, since they are all they have. While this is going on Crowly Hamon is planning a suicide mission with her last men to avenge Garma and her lover Ramba Ral. From here the story unfolds.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: The Consequences from Ramba’s Assault – The crew is low on ammo, repairing the 2nd bridge, injured and tired and suffering from the loss of those killed in the last battle. From the beginning of the episode stakes are high.

Mr. Bright – We see the dilemma he faces with Amuro as Amuro continually circumvents his orders and doesn’t know if Amuro gets that he’s part of a crew yet. We again see him use everyone when they’re put into action and him fully feel the loss of an important crewmember.

Amuro – Continues with learning from last episode and listens to Mr. Bright unless the orders put the crew at risk. He talks to Hamon briefly too as they both have a respect for each other at the end as he admired her and she respects him as a person and soldier.

 

HamonCrowley Hamon – Another interesting and wonderful Zeon character is killed. This time by Ryu though. We see how loyal she is to the cause in this and her love for Zeon and Ramba when she does the suicide mission to take out the Trojan Horse. She nearly succeeds too and would have if Ryu hadn’t gone suicidal on her with the Core Jet, given that she was defeating Amuro in his Gundam.

Ryu – This show, like  re-imagined “Battlestar Galactica” has a high body count, which I think lends to the stakes and why ending the war is so important. Ryu, Hamon and Ramba are just a few of the people who’ve died so far and for Ryu the crew weeps. He is the character who in the end shows who sensitive he can be and builds everyone up around him before risking his life to save the Trojan Horse and Amuro. His death means something.

Con: How the Crew experiences Ryu’s Death – Every character is crying, this is one thing I would have changed as different people experience loss differently and it isn’t always as open, sometimes it’s quite or simply internal. I wish that had been shown rather than the crews reaction being universal, regardless of character.

This was a powerful episode that sums up what Amuro hopes to do, he wants to end the war so no more people can die. It’s a powerful statement and at this time a far dream as the Zabi family is showing no sign of letting up the fight. I highly recommend this episode though, it is solidly great. R.I.P. Hamon and Ryu.

Final Score: 9 / 10

 

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 19 – “Hand-to-Hand Combat” – Amuro Learns and the Honor of Ramba Ral

Hand-to-Hand Combat

“Hand-to-Hand Combat” is a great episode. It gives us a greater exploration of Ramba Ral and it looks like Amuro is finally learning! I’ll get into more details in the assessment.

“Hand-to-Hand Combat” was written by Masaru Yamamoto and directed by Ryoji Fujihara and Yoshiyuki Tomino. It is the 19th episode of the first season in the English dub.

The story of the episode involves the crew fracturing as Hayato, Kai and another run away as they are jealous of Mr. Bright’s attention to Amuro, along this time Ryu confronts Amuro only for Amuro to mock him. He later runs after Kai and the group to bring them back as Ramba Ral attacks on a boarding mission to capture the Trojan Horse as M’Quve has left him with no resources in order to hide what he’s doing at his main secret base. From here the story unfolds.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: Hayato – It’s nice seeing this kid have some personality finally. He’s jealous and feels forgotten, even as he’s been following orders the whole time. He does come back once Ramba attacks though and brings the rest of the group with him.

Ryu – Ryu is shown to be a leader in this one as he calls Amuro out on his selfishness and also the ones who ran away. He punches Amuro and Kai in this one, which honestly at this point most folks who are watching have been wanting to do, and is called out on it by Hyato…cause in the end his anger doesn’t solve anything. The action of circumstances and reason do, which I think he finally gets.

Mr. Bright – Mr. Bright uses and risks all assets to fight off Ramba’s attack, including destroying the Second Bridge. We see how deeply he cares for the crew and his own insecurities as leader and how Mirai is his base. We see him use every person well in the crisis.

Ramba Ral

Ramba Ral – Finds out something important in his boarding of the Trojan Horse, the Princess Artesia is alive and she is Sayla Maas. It is a powerful scene as he and his family cared for her when she was younger. They don’t have time to connect since Ryu attacks and the attack costs Ramba his life. He does go out with honor though saluting the crew and respecting the fact that soldiers half his age beat him. R.I.P. Ramba Ral, you will be missed and were one of my favorite characters.

Clamp – When he first boards he has one of the younger children get away from the explosion. He is surprised about the children in White Base, his surprise leads to him getting shot and killed though. It was nice seeing kindness during duty though before the end. He was an underutilized character.

Crowley Hamon – Swears revenge and manages to escape the fight. We see the tenderness she feels for Ramba and also her leadership abilities on the main ship as she manages to save the bridge crew from a direct assault by Amuro’s Gundam.

Sayla Mass – Is a princess and connected to Ramba Ral! The scene they have together is one of the best in the series and I can’t wait to learn more about her past and her connection to Char. She does a good job in the Gundam too when Amuro gives her advice. She manages to destroy one of the Zeon Mobile Suits in the fight before Zeon forces board White Base.

Amuro – Finally gets that he is part of a crew. When Bright orders him to guns, he goes to guns and fights and he does all he can to protect others. It looks like he finally understands why he was thrown in the brig and will work to be a part of the group. It is powerful too seeing him morn Ramba Ral’s death.

This is another episode showing the human cost of war and one I highly recommend. It shows us the good people fighting on both sides. Ramba Ral is one of the best characters in “Mobile Suit Gundam” and cares about his men and not harming innocents or anyone on the crew if he can. His love for Crowley is pretty deep too. This was his episode and he gets a good death as it fully captures how great a character he is and his relationship to Sayla which reveals to us potential plot arcs for the future.

The Final Score is: 10 / 10. The perfect episode.

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 18 – “Ramba Ral’s Attack” – Amuro’s Arrogance

Ramba Ral's Attack

 

“Ramba Ral’s Attack” is a great episode revealing more of Rama Ral and Crowley as characters and also Amuro and Fraw too. The episode was directed by Susumu Gyoda and Yoshiyuki Tomino and written by Hiroyuki Hoshiyama.

The story picks up where the last episode left off with Fraw leaving White Base 7 to find Amuro again and Ramba and his forces planning their next move to destroy the Trojan Horse. From here the story unfolds as Amuro is undercover in Ramba’s camp but is allowed to go free given that Ramba doesn’t know if he ‘s Federation or not and if he and Fraw were it wouldn’t matter since the town is neutral territory that he honors. He does have Fraw followed to the Trojan Horse though, and the story unfolds from there.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: Ramba Ral – Ramba Ral is an interesting and classy guy, he is fine with his love Crowley hitting on Amuro and them paying for Amuro’s meal and he shows respect to Amuro and Fraw. The only time he mocks Amuro is when Amuro is out of his league during their battle and Ral shows as much by escaping his Gundam easily to plan his next move, while rubbing Amuro’s inexperience in his face.

Crowley Hamon – We see in this episode just how open her and Ramba’s relationship is, as she shows an interesting an Amuro and Ramba is cool with it. It adds more layers to their relationship as you see what they have is completely unique and totally them. Crowley is also shown to be kind like Ramba.

Fraw Bow – She is beginning to see the bigger picture, which is good. She tries convincing Amuro and she does convince him in a way as he stays to fight with White Base 7 against Ramba Ral’s attack. She finally gets Amuro’s arrogance and how it has put them all in unnecessary risk on multiple occasions and ignores him when he is crying out for help in the brig of the Trojan Horse.

Mr. Bright – Has had enough of Amuro’s crap and puts him in the brig. We see him using the Guntank and Guncannon in cordination against Ramba Ral really well too, as Ramba Ral is always being just held back until Amuro returns with his Gundam.

Okay: Amuro – The kid is acting like a kid and still doesn’t get why no one respects him. He’s reminding me a lot of Shinji in “Evangalion” at this point, where he is talented but he expects others to conform to his will, he’s not aware that he’s a part of a crew until Ryu comes to look for him and even than he doesn’t get why they’d be disappointed in him. He has a lot of growing to do, so putting him in the okay area. I honestly expected him to get it by now, at least a little. If he did he’d be in the pro section.

This episode was great and showed us more of the awesome Ramba Ral and Crowley Hamon…I love seeing these two in action as they show their experience in their positions really well and are highly honorable characters. Amuro needs a lot of work and he’s the part that brings this episode down the most and keeps it from being a favorite.

Final Score: 9 / 10. Still solidly great.

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 16 – “Amuro Deserts” – The Consequences of Amuro’s Recklessness

Amuro Deserts

“Amuro Deserts” picks up where “Sayla’s Agony” left off, with Sayla and Cozun in the brig and Amuro taking greater and greater risks. The episode was written by Kenichi Matsuzaki and directed by Ryoji Fujihara and Yoshiyuki Tomino.

The story involves Amuro circumventing Mr. Bright and trying to avoid going into the Gundam when they attack the Zeon base as he and Hayato attack in Guntank. Around this time Cozun is making his escape so Sayla is released to capture him. Ramba Ral also takes this time to attack when he gets the distress signal from the Zeon base.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: Ramba Ral and Co. – Ramba Ral and co. depart in a Fat Uncle (giant airplane) after getting resupplied and plan to trap and destroy the Trojan Horse. Their attack would have succeeded if the base they were helping had had more ground troops, since the battle ends when Amuro finally gets into his Gundam to face Ramba in his Gouf (Blue Gundam). We see how much Crowley cares about him too and how much he cares for his men as he tells her to save Cozun if she gets the chance.

Sayla – Sayla proves her loyalty by helping isolate Cozun which later leads to him getting killed when they try to recapture him. She also communicates with Amuro during the battle to help in their fight against the base and Ramba.

Amuro – Amuro has grown super reckless as we see him go around Mr. Bright and command Hayato in the Guntank, which leads to the Trojan Horse almost getting destroyed as Gundam was not in the field when Ramba attacked. He later hears Mr. Bright and Mirai talking about dismissing him for a while so he can get more training and grow which leads to him taking Gundam and running to end the episode.

Mirai and Mr. Bright – These two are the parents of the crew and we see how Mr. Bright and Mirai both see the big picture in their own ways. From Amuro needing rest and someone taking over to a while, to knowing that they still need him and he is an asset. You understand why they are leaders in this episode.

Okay: The Base – We don’t really get to know anyone on the Zeon base, which is a shame as it is completely destroyed. We don’t get any of the humanity.

Cozun – Resists being questioned and makes a run for it, and even asks if Sayla wants to join too. He isn’t a bad character, but we don’t fully get his motivations, which is why he’s in the okay section.

This was a good episode that I recommend. We see more of the character dynamics and how much Amuro has grown to overestimate his abilities. It is a good episode that shows where Sayla’s loyalties are and just how outgunned in many way White Base 7 still is, even with all the super weapons. Also, it’s always great to see Ramba Ral in action, love him and his crew.

Final Score: 9 / 10

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 15 – “Sayla’s Agony” – To Capture a Zeon Soldier

Sayla's Agony

 

We continue the “Mobile Suit Gundam” reviews with episode 15 (in the English dubbed version) “Sayla’s Agony,” there was another episode 15 that Tomino the creator didn’t like so he cut it out of the English dub. I’m planning to go back and review the episode at some point. The name of it is “Cucuruz Doan’s Island.” So that will be a special review later.

“Sayla’s Agony” is a Sayla centered episode but also shows us more of Zeon politics and how the siblings of the Zabi family are trying to outdo each other. I’ll get into the details in the assessment.  The episode was directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino and written by Masaru Yamamoto.

The story involves the return of Ramba Ral as he attacks White Base 7 when he’s ordered by one of Kycilia’s underlings M’Quve who is hoping to get him killed off in the process. Sayla also takes things into her own hands and hijacks the Gundam as she wants to find out from one of the Zeon soldiers if Char is still alive by capturing one of them. From here the story unfolds.

The Pros: Ramba Ral – I really like this guy, he would have won this battle if not for the arrival of Guntank and Guncannon and his soldiers trying to capture the Gundam. He does all he can to protect them too but can’t save one of his soldiers from their own stupidity. Regardless, we see once again that he is a great commander.

Amuro – Amuro is shown to be a talented pilot as he uses the Guncannon to rescue Sayla when she’s realized that reality is different from the simulations. He protects her and helps capture Cozun, one of the Zeon soldiers under Ramba.

Mr. Bright – Sends Sayla to the brig and actually acts like a leader. He also finds salt for the cook since they are running low on supplies.

Okay: Sayla – We don’t get her motivations until after Cozun is captured and he tells her that Char has been sent home for not protecting Garma. We see how much she cares for her brother, but her recklessness in this instance isn’t a pro as she probably could have found at least one ally and thought things through more.

M’Quve – He’s arrogant and wants Ramba Ral out of the way as he’s doing a secret experiment in regards to mines. He collects things but there wasn’t enough in this episode to respect him for his brains or as an antagonist, so he was okay.

Con: Episode layout – We don’t know Sayla’s motivation till the end, the battle is kind of chaotic so when Ramba is commanding his soldiers it is hard to tell where they are…so it is a bit of a mess.

This episode was alright. I would recommend it largely just to see Ramba Ral being amazing again. It is one of the more chaotic episodes structurally.

Final Score: 7.5 / 10.

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 14 – “Time, Be Still” – Defending the Gundam

Time, Be Still Ep 14

“Time, Be Still” is an episode that shows smart thinking on the part of a rag tag group of Zeon soldiers and also further exploring the breakdown of Amuro’s psyche. The episode was written and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino and also directed by Shinya Sadamitsu.

The story involves Zeon bases attack and laying of bombs on the Gundam. From there the story involves Amuro racing against the clock to get all the bombs off before they destroy him and his Gundam as he was lured into the trap when he saves Lt. Matilda from the attack from Zeon forces.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: The Zeon Base – The soldiers in this are smart and we get to see them use their limited supplies to almost win against Amuro and his Gundam, as they lure him into the forest and manage to lay the mines all over him. They also mange to injure Lt. Matilda’s supply ship too. They later come dressed as civilians when moving the base to see who was the pilot and crew who outsmarted them.

Lt. Matilda – We see that she might have feeling for Amuro but is professional and reminds him and the crew of their duty. She also gives the possibly bad news of the Federation eventually sending an officer to command over Mr. Bright, since he is just an ensign. The Federation isn’t the best of allies.

Amuro – We see his obsession of duty almost lead to his own death when he decides he alone will take off the bombs since it is his Gundam. The crew comes through for him in the end, but I don’t think he realizes all the support that is around him and the folks in the same boat.

Con: Fraw Bow – She’s jealous of Matilda, this is getting kind of annoying. She hasn’t had any romantic moments with Amuro or showed she’s interested. She needs to do something or layoff Amuro’s interest in Matilda.

This was a good episode, it isn’t quite as tied to the overall arc the way others are since it is more travel and random Zeon enemies…but there is more moments with Matilda and Amuro and we see the further destruction of Amuro’s psyche.

Final Score: 8.5 / 10

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 13 – “Coming Home” – No Peace

Coming Home

“Coming Home” is a telling episode that shows the consequence the war is having on Amuro. It is a powerful episode. It is the 13th episode of Season 1 and was directed by Ryoji Fujihara and written by Hiroyuki Hoshiyama.

The story begins with White Base 7 taking a break and Amuro seeking out his mother. When he arrives at a Federation occupied village and fights the soldiers left there he makes his way to the next village where his mother is. Things unfold from there when Zeon troops arrive from the nearby Zeon base.

Here is assessment of the episode:

The Pros: The War and the Populace – We see in the first village Amuro arrives with drunken Federation soldiers squatting in his house and mocking him as he tries to find his mother. He gets in a fight with them and it is only when villagers step in that he moves on. We see this in the second village when Zeon soldiers arrive and he shoots one of them. His mom is a healer and tries to remind him of the human cost on both sides and that the soldiers may have families of their own. This is too much for Amuro who is at the point where fighting is all he knows.

Amuro – Amuro has been broken down by everything that’s gone on. He’s in a constant sweat thinking of combat and when he’s bullied he fights back, as well as when he fears being discovered by the Zeon soldiers. He isn’t able to stay with him mother because of how much he’s changed and how even though he’s in hell, the combat has given him purpose. We see how much he lives for it too when he gets in his Gundam that Kai drops to take out the Zeon backwater base. For him fighting has become life and he can’t find any peace.

Kamaria – We get to know Kamaria, Amuro’s mother in this and she is a fascinating character. She is a healer and Doctor who just wants the fighting to stop. She has seen what the war has done and tries helping the injured on all sides. The main issue with this that she doesn’t seem to get is Zeon’s desire to conquer…she is right about the human side though and just how costly war is.

Mr. Bright – Commends Amuro for fighting for them and thanks Kamaria for Amuro’s service before Amuro rejoins White Base 7, this is contrasted with his initial anger at Amuro for using supplies and ammunition to take out a backwater base. You can tell he does care about Amuro.

This was an episode I highly recommend, it is one of the best and only downside is the minor characters are nameless. They don’t get the exploration they deserved to truly show the human side that Kamaria is advocating for. Besides that, great episode though.

Final Score: 9.5 / 10

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 10 – “Garma’s Fate” – The Path of Revenge

Garma's Fate

We continue the review of “Mobile Suit Gundam” with a fascinating episode that gives us a look at the people and motivations on the side of Zeon, with a special focus on Garma and Char.

“Garma’s Fate” was written by Masaru Yamamoto and directed by Ryoji Fujihara.

The episode begins with Garma and Char at a party where it is revealed Garma has a lover named Icelina whose father dislikes Garma and does not want them to marry as he believes Garma is unworthy of his daugther. This prompts Garma to action to capture and destroy White Base 7 and the Gundam so that he can claim the honor he needs so that he may marry Icelina. The story unfolds from there as White Base 7 is hiding in the remains of New Yark.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: The Nobility of Zeon – The episode starts with Char and Garma at a high society party in Zeon and it is a great glimpse into the world of Zeon, where powerful families rule and prejudice comes from it.

Icelina – Icelina is a great character, she stands up to her father and takes his abuse (seriously, her dad is messed up) and the love between her and Garma feels real. They are both nobility but they are the only ones who are fully honest with each other which makes what happens later sad.

Amuro – Amuro’s strategy to defeat Garma is successful, he leads him away so that Garma’s ship the Gaw can get attacked and trapped by White Base 7 and the Gundams. It is successful, partially because Char sees the plan and allows it to happen.

Char – Char is friends with Garma but his hatred for Garma’s family of Zabi for the killing of his Father is greater. His moment of revenge is sad and rewarding as Char is a great character to route for. He’s smart and he does everything himself and is good at reading situations and finding a way to win. His reason for revenge makes sense too as is his affection for Garma who went to the academy with him. He reveals his agenda to Garma right before Garma dies, making his revenge very sweet.

Garma – This episode is Garma’s tragedy. He loses the woman he loves due his dying, he loses his ship due to Amuro’s trap and his friend Char’s desire for revenge. He has hope and it is torn away, creating a powerful story.

The Ending – Garma’s father Odo Zabi drops his cane and stairs off in lost silence. The leader of Zeon has now been brought to his knees, which should raise the stakes for White Base 7, and now we know the leader of Zeon is in Char’s sights for revenge.

Con: Icelina’s Father Eschonbach- Seriously, screw this guy. I get he hates Zeon since he had to submit to their rule when they conquered him, but he doesn’t even give Garma a chance. He’s just a prick who hits his own daughter.

This episode is amazing and well worth a watch. We get to know the complexity on the Zeon side of things and get Char’s motivation. I can’t wait to see how Char get’s revenge on the man responsible, Odo Zabi, the leader of Zeon. Check this episode out for sure, it is a must see.

Final Score: 10 / 10

Mobile Suit Gundam – Season 1, Episode 9 – “Fly, Gundam!” – Amuro’s Responsibility

Fly, Gundam!

“Fly, Gundam!” was directed by Hideyoshi Ojika and Yoshiyuki Tomino and written by Kenichi Matsuzaki. The episode isn’t the strongest, but it does have some good moments.

The premise of the episode is Amuro is tired of fighting so sits out as Garma attacks. From here the crew tries to stand without him as Mr. Bright and Fraw attempt to push him to action so that all won’t be lost. The story unfolds from there.

Here is the assessment of the episode:

The Pros: Mr. Bright – He lays things down to Amuro and hits him since Amuro continues to wine about not wanting to be responsible and to pilot and that he is tired of fighting. Considering that Mr. Bright was once an ensign he doesn’t have time for Amuro’s crap and leaves telling him he’s disappointed and believed that one day Amuro would have been better than the Red Comet. This disappointment is what changes Amuro.

Fraw Bow – Is the other person who forces Amuro to action. If not for her showing that everyone was stepping up, including Kai to do the best they could and he could not, than he wasn’t a man. This is the other thing that pulls him to action and responsibility. She is also jealous of Officer Matilda who Amuro clearly has a crush on.

Garma – Garma has a lot of respect for Amuro in this battle and nearly gets screwed over by Garma when Garma pulls the plug on communication between their ships. He distrusts Char afterwords for good reason. It’s nice to see he isn’t stupid.

Char – Char’s plan to screw over Garma isn’t bad since Garma asked them to just watch unless he asked for help. Char’s ambition is shown to be pretty great in this as well as his manipulations. It’s hard to tie him to the communication going down because no one saw it happen.

Okay: Amuro – His wining is really annoying, I get him being upset but it would have made more sense when White Base 7 was safer and not at the point of getting destroyed by Zeon forces. He realizes that in the end and also hits puberty as Officer Matilda who drops off supplies catches his interest.

Con: Execution – A lot of things here were to obvious, from Char’s betrayal, to Amuro’s stress and giving up. This was a problem with writing as the ideas weren’t bad, just poorly executed.

This episode was okay/good. Not great as it wasn’t very subtle, but still had good moments and clearly showed us that Char is not to be trusted by anyone. Curious to see how next episode goes since it is a Garma centric episode and he is a great character.

Final Score: 7 / 10