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This is the climax of Operation Victoria where General Geraldo S. Patton and his tank crew are currently hiding at the Zoo Tower, although they lost their Landkreuzer Ratte as it took too many hits from lasers.
Looks like Yoshika Miyafuji is okay as she got out of bed. Problem is that she can’t use her magic as the doctor told Miyafuji that she needs 10 days to recover her powers.
Well everyone, Operation Southwind has begun where General Geraldo S. Patton is very eager to liberate Karlsland’s capital Berlin from Neuroi’s control. Of course, the entire forces will need to be cautious when facing the enemy.
Hey everyone, here’s General Geraldo S. Patton where the ground forces will conduct Operation Southwind right away. I don’t know if his tank cavalry is enough to liberate Berlin, but I hope General Patton won’t die like a fool!
Oh look, it’s Eila Ilmatar Juutilainen where she made a himmeli for the upcoming Saturnus Festival, which is similar to Christmas but instead of celebrating the birth of Jesus Chirst, it centers around the Roman god Saturn. And really, I … Continue reading
Oh no, Yoshika Miyafuji falls down as she having trouble with her magic. Sure that the magic pressure is resolved, but Miyafuji is losing some power whenever she needed the most like flying for example.
On this episode, let’s talk about Erica Hartmann and Gertrud Barkhorn as they’re conducting a reconnaissance mission in Kiel. But, the port is currently under Neuroi control so the military command wants to retake it as soon as possible and … Continue reading
Oh look, it’s Yoshika Miyafuji where she can finally fly without losing steam. But, Yoshika crashed out that Shizuka Hattori pick her up. Looks like she has a long way to go on recovering her magic.
Oh look, it’s Charlotte E. Yeager where she’s really upset that someone broke the land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats. For Shirley, setting land speed records is very important for her and thus she might not fight against … Continue reading