So were the Pods basically the overseers of the whole project?
Also, I didn't realize that Emil is a secret boss and now I am mad that I chose to give up my save data.
Two possibilities for A2: it's a result of disconnecting from YoRHa, or it's because she's an older model.
Is there a reason why 9S and A2 are freely able to attack other YoRHa units without being commanded?
As for 9S, we know he's able to remove that limiter, and he probably got the same kill commands that 2B did since they were partners.
I mean, he did nuke a village...
Not only that he petrified people in his garden never cared to free them he only cares for Kaine no wonder they call him ultimate weapon
I think he kind of dumps on existentialism in this a bit despite drawing a lot for it. The ending of the game is "Things will probably turn out the exact same again. But there's a minuscule chance they won't, and that chance is worth seeing through to the end." Its more optimistic that humans (androids) are versatile and adaptable machines and they will work through it.
I wonder what Taro's philosophy on life and death really is. Ending E gives a glimmer of hope, but I feel like the constant themes of life being an endless cycle of suffering outweigh that one moment heavily. This game is not helping my cynicism on the meaning of life lol.
I think there are a lot of parallels to global warming here.