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Are you ready for the next Guilty Gear x Crusaders Quest collaboration? Meet Millia Rage, Johnny, Jack-O and Sin Kiske in hero form soon! Not only will there. A page for describing Characters: Guilty Gear 2 Overture. Here we're going to list the characters introduced in Guilty Gear 2: Overture. The Captain Ersatz, . When @nage_pink's spirit broke and how he bounced back (translated blog post ) I have previously written about “If you want to play Guilty Gear you should I faced a dilemma where the main tournament was closing in so quickly, and I results, and what I should prioritize in order to meet those results.
And then of course there's Grandpa Sol. He's essentially all the main characters rolled into one.
One of his likes is "his raging appetite", and even has that as a mechanic in Xrd, where he will has to eat in order to keep his power steady, or else his ability to do special attacks will be halved if he goes on an empty stomach. He IS Ky's son, after all. Brainwashed by Valentine, and all too happy to kill the heroes. Sol had other ideas That reason was having a king of a newly-formed nation for a father, which naturally took up a lot of Ky's time when Sin was quickly growing up.
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There's also the fact that Sin is technically a bastard son that came from a Gear mother, and publicly acknowledging either Sin or Dizzy would have resulted in a lot of political backlash. He's not like the rest of his family in terms of brains, seeing as Ky is Kyand Dizzy is noted for being an avid bookworm. A lot of this falls on Sol, who didn't bother teaching Sin a lot of things that he really should have, like reading, basic math, history, etc.
Being partly a Gear, he has immense strength but is barely literate, courtesy of his upbringing by Sol. Sin's never been seen without his eyepatch, with no explicit explanation for why he's wearing it. May be a quite literal instance, seeing as it starts leaking red lightning during his Instant Kill attack. Or he's wearing it to hide the glowing red eye which is the mark of a Gear, and can't hide it as well as Ky can hide his own.
Repeatedly calls Sol "old man".
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Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Sin's probably one of the nicer people on the character roster, once you get past his cocky attitude and brashness.
Quarter Gear except he's a little more than that, considering it's heavily implied that Ky is at least part Gear. Despite being a tad naive, he acts as this role in Xrd. Compared to the more objective Sol and Ky, Sin serves as the emotional center of their group. He's also the first to try teaching Ramlethal how to feel emotions, and keeps having to step in when Sol gets too angry with either Elphelt or Ramlethal.
He's illegitimate, yes, but he's not that much of a bastard. Also, nobody in the kingdom knows that he actually existed. Lampshaded by May, of all people. In Xrd, Sin has a special meter called "Full Stomach" that goes down whenever he uses special moves. Once this meter depletes, he must eat food items to refill it and be able to use his special moves without a massive delay though he can cheat a bit if he uses a Roman Cancel.
Possibly justified by his age, since he's still a child by Gear standards. And as for why, the 10th Anniversary Memorial book says that some time before Overture a younger and then-weaponless Sin decided that he needed a weapon to help Sol with the bounty hunting.
Sol asks what kind of weapon, and Sin gives a somewhat lengthy description that boils down to "it needs to be flashy and attention-gathering", to which an unamused Sol tells Sin to go wave a flag or something Oddly enough, Sin has the flag rolled up in Xrd, which effectively turns the flag pole into one of these.
I was playing by habits, had no self-confidence, incapable of understanding why I won or lost, and on top of that I was not even enjoying it… actually to the point that just writing this makes me want to think of going on a one week vacation to Okinawa to see the ocean.
At that time, I was thinking to myself that I would not lose to anyone. I was not thinking at all about my current level, how I can show good results, what process is necessary to achieve those results, and what I should prioritize in order to meet those results. I do not think I was particularly good at setting goals back then. If I think back, there probably were many matches that I was actually winning, but I did not acknowledge the times when I was because of my unreasonable goal.
I cannot win at all! The loss is not because of anyone else but me! I do not know if I can improve and start winning… I do not know when I will improve… Maybe I am incapable of winning? I think that I might have been having these thoughts at that time. I had no self-confidence, and I could not realize why I was winning or losing, nor could I take in the advice from other players.
I think I could not actually process the advice I was getting because of the way I was thinking. By doing so, I realized something that opened my eyes. I have talked about this on stream, but bouncing back started with me watching RF play Faust. He immediately yells at his employer for trying to make him kill "a young woman", and showed Ramlethal that an exact replacement of something is not the same as the original.
Faust's character development as The Atonerespecially his concern for May's well-being and connection to whatever is happening in Japan. This especially shows in the finale, in which he corners Chronus, but dismisses murderous revenge in favor of interrogating him about what's going on in Japan. Chipp taking time out of his busy presidential schedule to track down May and give her a well-deserved What the Hell, Hero?
Her reunion with Johnny and the crew definitely counts as well. Even That Man, back when he and Sol were on speaking terms, gets in on it.
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Using Johnny's Treasure Hunt, which on hit steals a precious item from the opponent for Johnny to use as a substitute coin, on Ky and Dizzy reveals that their precious items are a picture of Dizzy with a baby Sin for Ky and a family portrait of the Kiskes for Dizzy. Using it on Axl causes him to retrieve a pocket watch which, as Revelator's Story Mode shows, contains a photo of Megumi.
While the circumstances aren't ideal, Dizzy waking up in May's cannon when hit by her instant kill gives her a line that instantly proves how happy she is with Ky. Is it this dark already? I should prepare dinner. Ky's literally starry-eyed reaction to Dizzy's Instant Kill has a feet here and another on Funny Momentssince it shows that he loves Dizzy with all of his heart - including her immense power that caused her so much pain in the last.
Dizzy's Instant Kill consists of her causing Necro to miss with a massive nuke-style attack that causes the opponent to give up at the sheer display of power. Most characters are shown with a look of pure shock.
Ky's is more like "That's my baby! Sol getting Aria back. For possibly the first time in the series, he looks and sounds hopeful for the future. When Dizzy offers to stay in hiding, Elphelt protests and pulls out a newspaper and reads part of the main piece, that of reader submissions from the citizens singing praises to Dizzycalling her an angel or a goddess, and really wanting her as their Queen.
This makes Dizzy cry Tears of Joysince it means the normal crowds are warming up to her. In the same scene as above, after years of speculation and Revelator confirming it the players finally, finally get to hear Dizzy refer to Sol as "Father". Before all of that we are treated to a scene with Raven and That Man now referred to as Asuka having a chat before going their separate ways.
Throughout the whole talk Raven makes it clear that he has cherished their time together and now thinks of Asuka as a genuine friend.
Coming from someone with the kind of baggage he has really drives the point home.Guilty Gear OST Meet Again
Dizzy's Episode Mode sheds more light on her and Ky's relationship. Fans had asked for such things before, and Rev 2 did not disappoint. Rev 2's After Story B, in which Venom remains resolute in his loyalty to Zato in the face of a group of corrupt Assassin's Guild members, refusing to assist them in creating their own profit-focused branch of the Guild. As it turns out, they were merely sent by Zato to test his determination and principles.
Zato then provides Venom a deed to a shop and some disguising tips, allowing him a new, peaceful life as a baker, free from the Guild.
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Sol and Ky's fight. Specifically, how Ky reacts to Sol goading him by calling Dizzy a monster. Note that at this point, Ky knows Sol well enough to know he doesn't mean what he said, but he still responds by flipping out and kicking his ass so hard that Sol's left flat on his back in the middle of a smoking crater.