Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing – Episode 10

Anatoray and the Turan government in refugee agree to an aliance against the Ades Federation. After the ceremony, who greets Dio but…Alvis. However, Luscinia’s ship arrives with Princess Liliana, who takes control of the Turan fleet and declares an alliance with Ades. Millie refuses, so Liliana strips Millia of her royal title. The Silvania and the Urbanus, which was hiding underwater, attempt to escape, but Alauda and a group of assassins boards the Silvius, disabling her engines and causing her to crash into the water. Meanwhile, Fam, Giselle, and Millia take off in order to try to capture Liliana, but are chased by three Ades vanships.

Alvis is back!

Alvis is back!

So, just like that all the hard work Fam, Giselle, and Millia did to make a Turan fleet goes out the window when Liliana, who is clearly under the influence of Luscinia, takes the ships over. Even if Fam were able to kidnap her back, I’m not sure it would make much of a difference.

We also meet character #5 from the original series: Alvis, which brings up an interesting question: where exactly IS the Exile that she controls? When Vincent said most of their fleet wasn’t there yet, did that mean they were back in Anatoray on Earth…or in Anatoray on Prester? One would think that Anatoray’s Exile would be a pretty nice weapon to have against Ades, so…why haven’t they used it yet, unless it’s in transit either to or from Prester?

We also learn that Luscinia’s head assassin, Alauda, appears to be from the guild, which is kind of what I suspected from the start, given his attire and looks. That begs the question, of course, of whether there are any other guild members out there, and if so, what they’re up to.

In any case, this is the last episode of the fall season for this series, so we’ll see it again in a couple weeks when I start blogging the winter season.


One thought on “Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing – Episode 10

  1. The thing is, a fully-activated Exile seems to shed all of its defenses in return to transforming into a colony ship instead. This is why, in the first series, Delphine was so dangerous (because she had a half-awoken Exile she was leading round), and why Luscinia right now through Princess Liliana (notice that he only seems to need two of the Turan Exile’s Mysteriums?), as an Exile still in a cocoon is effectively a WMD.

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