After the frontier incident, everyone who knew the circumstances believed the Noise were gone and the pain they caused was at an end. But a new conflict approached unseen. In the Yokohama Harbor Oosan-bashi Pier, a new pattern is detected that is similar to the Noise. A combat group wielding mysterious technology stands in the way of Hibiki and the others. When she hears of this enemy of unprecedented strength, Tsubasa hurries back home from England. But the Symphogear users see no opening to counterattack are forced into a difficult fight. In this situation of extreme disparity, the battle for the song that will end the world begins.
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Murderer of Miracles
Before I Destroy the World
Twilight of the Wielders
Gungnir, Once More
Carry on the Shining Light, and Stay True to Yourself
The Courage to Face It
The Middle of a Dream
It's So Cruel, But...
It's All Right. Everything Is Just Fine
This is *mostly* a strong season of a great show, where character development seems to matter and people learn things and grow while remembering who they are fundamentally, but I take a little bit of issue with the fact that two abusive fathers whose daughters became heroes are rehabilitated in this season, while one *kind, caring father* had a daughter who became a villain. I hoped that Hibiki and Tsubasa's found family--Miku, the other wielders, and their school friends--would have told their fathers off for failing them when they needed parents most of all.It's a "wrong take" in a way that this show is very likely to go, as at it's core, the value set it holds is that everyone can be understood, and through understanding, loved, but it's still a bad take. When someone's estranged from their parents, there's usually a good reason it should probably stay that way, and while it may hurt, the solution to that hurt is usually not to let that person back into their life.
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