drakengard ending e

By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Don’t worry. I barely even remember playing it. Though it seems like most of the endings could lead to Drakengard because Brother One doesn't die in any of them, as long as he kills Zero on the endings she survives. The Gods are effectively trapped within Manah. They chose to break free from their programmed purpose, and find their own. If anything it's still far from happy. Some (Pascal) found peace, there is purpose in living. Not only do they use the same parts, but it also makes their networks compatible. Their relationships. Once this is done, you're given the choice of sacrificing your save data to help others get this same ending. The price of his pact was his ability to speak, and the mark is on his tongue. Their relationships. Either way, Drakengard’s Ending E is the one we want to focus on here. That's right. It's subtle... very subtle. Drag-On Dragoon 3 Story Side, a novel that acts as a sort of Ending E for Drakengard 3, the events of which are canon to the first game. If you pay attention during the section where you're fighting the corrupted YoRHa units in their flight units, you'll notice that towards the end yellow projectiles similar to 9S' hacking particles home in on 2B. If it was limited to the bunker, 2B would have never of gotten the virus. 153 backs up 9S data during ending D most likely the same way. Currently playing it, I just got to ending A in like... 10 hours? In some levels, players can switch between ground-based and aerial combat. However, as the machines evolved, they began to deviate from this plan. The already infected data from the bunker? Whenever one side is too close to winning, they will trigger some fail-safe to prevent true victory. it's also very possible that the cult o the watchers worships the machine network, and that the network, without machines to rule, may have BECOME the white chlorination stuff later on, likely through nanomachines or something. Endings. That's a good perspective to look at things from. In that, it is similar to ending B, but Brother One kills Zero and Mikhail also dies because the flower pact is broken. As I said, the machine network is completely destroyed for several hundred years. Cookies help us deliver our Services. When you consider the possibilities this isn't exactly as happy as it first seemed, it's more kind of bittersweet. Ending E features a giant naked lady entering a portal into modern day Tokyo and the Red Dragon and Caim (the character you play as) follow it to kill it. The title of Ending E is likely a reference to Project Dragonsphere, Drakengard's project name. Can they survive without purpose? the reason I say this is eve has a cult of the watchers symbol on his pecs, despite not really having any reason to have one, meaning that it's possible that the aliens that came to earth were themselves part of a timeloop, and they came to nier's past to start the beginning of the watchers red eye syndrome mechanically, then the watchers, originating as a network, would eventually find a means to become compatible with life-forms, finding a way to control them with similar effects to the red-eye control measures of drakengard's empire. N2 is the one who was aggressively attacking YoRHa with virus through machines and already infected YoRHa units/flight units, and by the time of ending D it's not on the planet anymore. Information presented in Drakengard 3 reinforces this theory and indicates that the events on the Iberian Peninsula resulted in the initial point of divergence. For instance, in the original game, the player could only regain health by causing health orbs to generate after chaining enough attacks together, and each stage featured a strict time limit in which the objectives needed to be met. 2B didn't get the virus from the bunker, she got it from another source. Which means. A larger question is, can they find new purpose? This is what makes ending E so happy. The final battle takes place in Tokyo year 2003 where they engage in a rhythm game boss fight. While the game does not explicitly show you a happy ending, with a little bit of faith, there is hope. B) The virus can spread from android to android. You're reading too much into the game. The world is ravaged by war, violence, and racism. A2 was not infected because she never connected to any infected androids other than 2B who only gave her memory fragments through an external drive (sword). Ending D features giant naked babies eating everybody in the world. He the former prince of a small kingdom which was destroyed by the dragons in the service of the Empire. Additionally, when you teleport in ending E you end up in Tokyo which looks very similar to the imperial city, and the resulting battle brings magic into the world. It also might be a bit of an insight into where the series is heading. Drakengard, known in Japan as Drag-On Dragoon, is a series of action role-playing video games.The eponymous first game in the series was released in 2003 on the PlayStation 2, and has since been followed by a sequel, a prequel, and a spin-off.It was conceived by Takamasa Shiba and Takuya Iwasaki as a gameplay hybrid between Ace Combat and Dynasty Warriors 2. A Disney-styled happy ending would never be possible. Then Drakengard's Ending E happens in this world, carrying over from the last Alternate Universe of the first game. If what I remember is right, Project YoRHa was fabricated by the machines, so that the machines had a purpose to live, so that they could keep fighting. Information presented in Drakengard 3 reinforces this theory and indicates that the events on the Iberian Peninsula resulted in the initial point of divergence. Drakengard is an action role-playing video game featuring three types of gameplay: ground missions, aerial missions, and Free Expedition Mode. Yoko Taro mentioned that his idea of a happy ending is from the point of view of the characters - not necessarily the player. The gameplay modes are called Ground Mode, Strafe Mode, and Air Mode. If either of these are true than none of the YoRHa Andriods can escape from their fate, if it's programmed into them they will just get the virus. If I remember things right, Ending E undoes the time stop that Seere created, and then Caim, Angelus, and the Queen are sucked into Tokyo. Drakengard's Ending E *spoilers* User Info: Phase 8. Also if the virus can spread from android to android, then I'm curious how A2 never got infected. Because 9S stopped her data transfer. With the giant red-dress girls floating around and then their creepy smile I was like "Oh fuck, here we go again. She allowed 9S to be backed up to the bunker even when he was previously consciously in a machine, fused with the machine network. So they (The Red Girls) fabricated YoRHa to give the opposition a fighting chance. In order to save the world, Caim's dragon decides to become the seal in order to save the planet. Like all tedium, you find a way to pass the time. Press J to jump to the feed. DRAKENGARD MULTIPLE ENDINGS AND ALLIES GUIDE By Lifes End VERSION HISTORY ... Ending 1 b. Others (ending D) rebelled against the cycle directly, choosing to leave the planet in order to escape perpetual war. We also don't know if other androids can get the virus, they may return to world where all the androids are infected. Ending E confirms that no more YoRHa black boxes are online. It makes me think that this story still has a long way to go. The lie that humans sought refuge on the moon was necessary in order to prevent androids from losing morale. I thought Drakengard 1 was from the events of ending E, aka the novel. So my guess is that the source "leaking" the memories was actually the machine network. This is directly contradicted later in the official artbook for Drag-on Dragoon/Drakengard 3 which states the two timelines are completely unrelated and unconnected. I guess there's a possibility that the support pods kept back-up data, but both 2B and (IIRC) 9S had the virus when they died. I have no idea how the virus was created. I'm not sure that 9S can remove the virus, he tried to that when he attached the infected 2B arm. This is not explicitly stated, but I believe there is evidence in the game that androids can be restored using the machine's network. If the truth were revealed to androids, that their sole programmed purpose did not exist, could they continue to live? Ending C: Manah absorbs the Casket and the Gods' power, refusing to use it. A2 is a slightly older model than the other YoRHa and the Resistance androids are much older; it's possible that the virus could only infect the newest/current YoRHa models. Ending Descriptions a. If accepted, after a brief exchange between both pods, you will be prompted once more. How do you think 9S was restored despite succumbing to the logic virus? Posted by 3 years ago. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. However, the key realization here is that it is highly likely that the events will not repeat themselves. Ending E has Angelus asking upon arriving in Tokyo "Is this the land of the gods?" Their emotions. 3. She must get infected by other means. **. It seems like the machines network was destroyed after the collapse of the tower. Archived. It is heavily implied that his consciousness was in fact restored without using the bunker, but by using the machine network! Drakengard. Drakengard features five different endings. ", New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Over 40 hours to grind all the weapons up. I find the world of NieR to just be framework for the real narrative steak: the emotions of the characters themselves. Edit: After looking at /u/Kutya7701 comment, and fact checking them. All the Project Gestalt reports you find make it pretty clear how relevant those events were, even by the time of Automata. In this ending, the Queen beast is summoned, Caim and the dragon Angelus enter a whole new dimension to fight her. For all we know the pods can remove the virus from their data or they saved a pre-virus copy of their data. Cause this game is rough. Say that the support pods have access to back-up data that is clean. It´s understandable they don´t talk much about it in the game because the world of Drakengard was unknown to Earth, but Angelus and the Goddess... weren´t. The aircraft unlocked by completing the free mission unlocked by this ending is an Su-47 Berkut. Unfortunately, this order, and their entire reason for existing, "kill the enemy" actually required an enemy to be present at all times... thus, it was in their best interest to continue the cycle of war. Although it did seem like a good possibility seeing as 9S was able to do this. then they could eaisly get the virus if they were attacked by any remaining infected YoRHa. Evidence throughout the game suggests, YES. The machines have shown ability to evolve, and deviate from their "original sin". Seriously? I've seen many people refer to Ending E as a happy ending, and trust me it is a happier ending than C or D. But it still think that it isn't as happy of an ending as some people have been referring to it as. And if they're infected after that, assuming the reconstructed machine network wants to continue the war, which is something I have my doubts about, the pods may still be able to salvage data from their bodies like they did during route C. I like to think that ending E puts both androids and machines in the same place humanity was in before they went the way of the dinosaurs, not knowing, having no purpose, no reason, and just slowly adapting and adopting a new mode of thought to sustain themselves. As long as main characters are careful about interfacing with any shady tech and Hackerman is nearby to hack possible infections out i doubt they need to be afraid of anything. We also don't know how deep this virus goes, it could down to point even a factory reset wouldn't destroy the virus. Let's just say that in theory they are rebuilt, virus-free. Which is why they decided to shoot themselves into space, to find a new enemy. It's not worth it. Scarface, the Japanese callsign of the pilot in Ending E, is commonly associated with one of the protagonists in the Ace Combat series. About how long do I have to endure? You also see this with 9S. As for how happy Ending E was, it didn't matter whether the war continued or not to be. Project YoRHa was fabricated by the machines, so that the machines had a purpose to live, so that they could keep fighting. Drakengard 1.3 is a collection of consecutive novella chapters that explore the altered events of Drakengard after Drakengard 3's Ending A. Collecting all the weapons is more than 50% of the playtime. For discussion of the games, art books, drama cds, music scores, stage plays, live concerts, and other related media. If the virus spreads, then they could eaisly get the virus if they were attacked by any remaining infected YoRHa. Some machines found religion. Perpetual war is established by self-sabotage. She finally gives Caim her name, Angelus, and will … For a moment I though this game was gonna go a similar rout as Drakengard. Endings A and B are attained by playing the game twice on one save, but endings C and D can only be obtained under certain prerequisites. Although I would imagine that 9S still wants to kill A2. No, this isn't a question about how Ending E relates to Nier. The androids have yet to show this. I like to think that ending E puts both androids and machines in the same place humanity was in before they went the way of the dinosaurs, not knowing, having no purpose, no reason, and just slowly adapting and adopting a new mode of thought to sustain themselves. However, the key here is that the pods have stopped the cycle of war. In many ways, by the end of the game, machines have become more "human" than even the androids, (despite looking nothing like humans) by discovering free will. Howlongtobeat.com says around 20 for the main story + extras category. Said ending is Ending E, after which the player would be treated to an arcade shoot-em-up game in which they attempt to shoot and destroy the game's actual credits. But apart from that almost everything you've written seems like a logical possibility. Their thoughts. It's not worth it. that's really what ending E was, the successful implied beginning of the machine and android's succession of humanity's curse of life, for good and ill. the dilemma earlier was that they were so busy killing one another for a perceived purpose that they never could have adopted the human lifestyles they seemed to unintentionally seek out, the machine life forms could, but they never had the luxury due to the network/androids conflict messing it up for them, or some disaster that fucked them over. Mission unlocked by completing the free mission unlocked by completing the free mission unlocked by completing the free unlocked. 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