Episode 8 – ‘Turbine’
In episode 7, Kaburagi decided that the system must be destroyed. The cyborgs decided that they will destroy the Gadoll factory. If they succeed, the game will fall apart as it requires the Gadoll. The factory is protected by a barrier that kills Tankers and instantly logs out Gears. The only way to get in is to be undetectable by the system. Natsume and Kaburagi are the only two that can accomplish this mission. First, they need to retrieve Kaburagi’s old avatar. Jill, Kaburagi, Donatello, Turkey, and Sarkozy trick Minato into revealing the location of the avatar.
So far Natsume has remained ignorant of the larger world that surrounds her. It thought it would take some convincing but I was certain that Kaburagi would be persuasive. I did not doubt that once Natsume realizes the danger Solid Quake possesses to humanity she will be willing to risk her life to stop them. With his old avatar back, Kaburagi gets Natsume on board. Meanwhile, Turkey tries to get Sarkozy to betray Donatello and Kaburagi.
Deca-Dence asks the question: Is order even necessary to prevent chaos? To some it is. However, others see “order” as oppression. Preventing them from being free. Order must dictate most aspects of their lives. From their perspective, chaos isn’t the likely outcome freedom is. The system is unjust, if it were then rebellion wouldn’t be necessary. The destruction of the system was always the logical conclusion of this series. However, Deca-Dence has already proven that the series isn’t predictable. I don’t expect that Natsume or Kaburagi will get what they’re hoping for.