Solo se que es un año mas luchando contra mi misma.
Solo se que es un año mas luchando contra mi misma.
Feliz cumpleaños a mi..
Para todos fue un día mas.
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I’m 16 now, wow. Is it time to panic about college?
Drew a quick sketch of KatieMcGrath as Lena Luthor for Lena’s birthday
The Importance of a Birthday
Rolo’s Locket is the symbol for and the epitome of his ambiguous and difficult (to say the least) relation to Lelouch, his faux Big Brother. Lelouch gives it to him on what I have always imagined to be Rolo’s sixteenth birthday. This is kind of ridiculous, of course, since 25 October is not “really” Rolo’s, but Nunnally’s birthday, but I still think that the Lamperouge Brothers spent so much time together that Rolo should have turned 15 or 16 during that time.
At any rate, the heart-shaped Locket can be seen as the embodiment of Rolo’s desire to be loved. At the same time, as Lelouch correctly states, it is a rather girly gift for a boy. Lelouch ponders and also later claims that it was actually supposed to be a gift for Nunally. This can either mean that he had already bought it for her before his memory was wiped or that he still subconsciously had Nunnally in mind when he bought it for Rolo. I tend to believe the latter.
When Lelouch tries to get the Locket back and offers to buy Rolo something else, his “Little Brother” reacts rather strongly. He clings to the pendant and exclaims “You gave it to me. It is mine!”, the reason for that being that Rolo had never celebrated a birthday before, let alone been given a present. Lelouch is first perplexed, but then this incident sort of becomes his key to understanding Rolo’s motivation. Which is why he can play him so easily.
Now in the second recap film Transgression, the good people from Sunrise changed this. As far as I can tell, the scenes that deal with Rolo’s backstory and how Lelouch wins him over have been left out. Instead, we get a scene where Bismarck Waldstein introduces Suzaku to Villetta and Rolo, who is here given the rather demonic-sounding alias “Neribos” (originally giving him a name that is just one “Ro” short of being the Number of the Beast apparently wasn’t enough). Their conversation hearkens back to Suzaku meeting Rolo at the end of Akito the Exiled, and Suzaku plainly states something along the lines of “So you are the one with the Geass that stops time. - And your hearts stops beating when you use it.”, which a less than enthusiastic Rolo confirms. Subtlety, thy name is clearly not Sunrise!
Later on, from what I could gather, Suzaku simply mentions that Rolo has changed sides. Rolo’s motivation for this becomes unclear, and this, in my mind, makes Rolo look like a dolt. To add insult to injury, Lelouch gives the Locket to Rolo when they are already on their way to destroy the Geass Order. This means that Lelouch has regained his memories and just does this to manipulate Rolo (unlike in canon, where you could call it an honest mistake). This raises a lot of questions: Is that the first birthday they spend together? How does Lelouch know Rolo’s birthday anyway when Rolo himself doesn’t? Or does Lelouch give Rolo a present on Nunnally’s birthday knowing that it’s not his?
It has probably become common knowledge by now that Rolo does not kill Shirley in the recap movies due to Jeremiah’s intervention. Now I’m not angry about that per se, it is, after all, probably the most dastardly thing Rolo does in the series, but it seems kind of implausible that Lelouch still wants to kill Rolo, probably just for being an impostor. Even worse, they still kept the scene where Lelouch tells Rolo that he despises him and that the Locket was actually meant for Nunnally. (Which does not make any sense, I mean, did Lelouch originally buy it for Nunnally and gave it to Rolo anyway because he urgently needed a present for him? Is he that kind of person? If so, how can he blame Rolo for it?)
Anyway, Rolo still blasts off on his heroic Big Brother rescue mission, and I have to say: the version of Boku ha Tori ni Naru that they use for the scene sounds truly epic. Still, recap films as a concept leave me with mixed emotions. They are mostly a money making scheme (kudos to the people who came up with that idea), but the additional scenes that studios add as a selling point for the fans can be pretty nice (I liked the Aoba Johsai ending of the third Haikyuu! recap movie, for instance). What such a film should not do, in my humble opinion, is significantly alter the story.
I understand that the recap films are meant to present a kind of alternate timeline leading up to the new film Lelouch of the Resurrection, but I still feel uneasy about them. The original story was sad, but made perfect sense, and as far as Rolo’s character arc is cocerned, the second and third recap movie have done him a massive disservice, if you ask me. So I will still consider the two seasons/series canon and keep celebrating Rolo’s “birthday” in the traditional fashion. Speaking of which:
Tanjoubi omedetou, Rolo-kun!
P.S. Yes, that was als my short review of the recap films. Sneaky me. The review of Lelouch of the Resurrection will follow once I muster the courage to actually watch it.
Happy birthday to Seto Kaiba! (October 25)
Happy birthday to Miyuki Takara! (October 25)
Happy birthday @tenebris-aurea!!!!!!!!! I drew our OCs sharing a vanilla cake with cream cheese frosting and blueberries. You are so nice and chill, and your art is god-tier!! I hope you have a good one :) (((((Also I forgot to give the dragons forks and plates oops lol))))))
Happy 19th Birthday to Princess Elisabeth of Belgium ♡ -October 25th 2020.
Someone is an elder now!
It’s still wonder to celebrate b'day 🎊🎉 during covid at clubs in Mumbai, somehow managed with all safety measures🥰💕💕
#birthday #birthdaygirl #birthday2020
Happy birthday Odasaku! 26.10.2020
Proof of surviving another year since birth.