The Lord that gathers the 10 braves. He has a very nonchalant attitude, but his subordinates are all loyal to him, especially Rokuro.He seems to possess the power to battle by demonstrating the small duel between him and Date Masamune.
The stranded princess from Europe and also Saizo's childhood friend. Because she wishes to return honor to her family, Hanzo is able to trick her and makes her his pawn, forcing her to betray Yukimura and the braves. Her element is ice.
It was unclear at first whether Kamanosuke was a woman or a man. Kamanosuke wields a large sickle and is able to control wind. Kamanosuke was saved by Isanami from Saizo and after he let him live, he went to follow Saizo to battle him more. He was later chosen by Yukimura to be one of the braves.
The episode ends with Jinpachi and the other braves getting off the ship. Next episode Jinpachi will most likely decide to stay with the old man. Now that all the braves have gathered, what will heappen next They will most probably have to defend Isanami from having her Kushimitama taken.
So, after 12 episodes we are on to the last episode of Brave10. It started off well and was a very enjoyable series, only to drop off about 5 or 6 episodes in. But did it manage to redeem itself in the end
Sadly the answer to that is no, as this was yet another disappointing episode. I am truly sad to have to type these words, as to begin with I really wanted to like Brave10. It had an awesome OP, Saizo was a great character, and it also had the talented Daisuke Ono involved (voicing Saizo coincidentally). Anyway, I will go a bit more in to that later, for now I had best get on to the actual episode.
At the end of the episode, with Saizo in a terrible state after being beaten and sliced up by Hanzo, Isanami succumbs to the evil inside of her when it offers to give her power in exchange for taking control of her body. Isanami throws her hairpin that was supressing it to the ground, and then turns a dark colour and breaks free from the ropes that were binding her. We then see an eclipse take place, as elsewhere Yukimura looks up at the sky and realises this must mean something is happening with Isanami. But as Isanami was heading towards the fallen Saizo, and of course Hanzo, the episode came to an end.
We see at the start of the episode that Isanami is depressed because of what she found out about herself and the Kushimitama. Saizo is watching over her by hiding in the trees nearby. As Saizo is sat on a branch, he ducks just in time to avoid some kunai that have been thrown at him. Saizo then jumps down and runs towards the nearest open area so that he can properly confront whoever threw it. When he gets there, he is soon met by a familiar face, an unwelcome one at that, in the form of Hanzo. Of course Saizo has battled Hanzo before, but Hanzo tells him it takes a lot to truly defeat him. Hanzo then surprises Saizo by telling him that his primary target at the moment was Saizo himself rather than Isanami.
Despite the massive delay, I finally have the chance to review Brave10 episode 9. I never expected or intended for this to come so late, but I have been extremely busy and have only just had the chance to write this. But anyway, thankfully the episode was worth the wait.
For quite a while I have lamented over the fact Brave10 started out pretty strongly only to falter in recent times, but now my faith has been renewed after watching this episode. Finally after long episodes with trips to hotsprings and other such nonsense that did little (if anything) to further the plot, we see Brave10 throw up a surprise and take a darker tone.
As a whole episode 8 was ok, a lot of time was wasted unnecessarily in my view and would have been better spent on something else, but because I enjoyed the brief battle at the start of the episode I am willing to forgive it to some extent. Brave10 has been stuck in a rut though for the past few episodes and this is no exception, hopefully with it coming to an end soon however they will allow it to go out with a bang in the coming weeks.
As Brave10 enters in to the 7th episode, we see yet another new character join the roster as the series passes the halfway stage. But after some disappointing episodes recently, has Brave10 been able to step up its game this week
The episode started with Yukimura Sanada setting out for Kyou, but despite wanting bodyguards he only takes Isanami, Saizo, and Rokuro. He tells the other members of the Braves to stay behind and protect the castle while he is gone. Later, the 4 of them arrive in a small town and meet a young boy who tells them that due to the recent rainfall in the area, the route they were going to take was inaccessible and tells them of a different path to take instead. They thank the boy and head the way he told them, although Saizo thinks to himself that he is sure he could smell gunpowder on the boy.
Hooray for a very late review of Brave10 Episode 5! But yes, I finally found a site with the episode subbed, so now I can review it properly. Over the past 4 weeks I have praised Brave10 and enjoyed it quite a lot, but for some reason I feel this episode made less of an impact.
I know Brave10 is soon to be on the 3rd episode, so you will have to forgive me for my lateness in getting this up. So yes, Brave10 is one of the new Anime series of 2012 and this is the review of the first couple of episodes.
Saizo is very much out only for himself, though in the first episode (and continuing in the second) he is unwillingly roped in to helping a shrine maiden named Isanami, who was fleeing for her life after her village was burned to the ground and the villagers killed, all because someone wanted to take her away. Saizo, while still not officially attached to anyone and who wants nothing to do with her, eventually ends up defending her and himself after some of the people chasing her emerge to fight. Saizo defeats them easily with his power and skill, though this only makes Isanami like him and want to stay with him even more.
>I require ten heroes to equal the fingers on my hands.>I need one brave warrior for each finger on these two hands.>I need as many warriors as I have fingers on my hands.>We need to have ten highly talented fingers on our hands.
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Is our democracy in peril What role has the media played in this What should we do about it Ali Velshi joins Vasant Dhar in episode 14 of Brave New World to discuss the subtleties of bias, fake news, information consumption and what to do about social media.
Kaiyo is arrogant and gleeful, just like her sister. She is devious - like when Sasuke snuck up behind ordering her to leave and she refused because she has been instructed to kill all the braves. He told her to prepare prepare to die and she surprisingly gave him a kiss, putting an poisonous insect in his mouth. He jumped away and she teases him for rejecting her kiss.
Kaiyo made her debut in episode 10 as one of the Iga League of Five ninja assassins. She was sent to kill Brave 10 members Kakei and Sasuke, but also claims she hates them because they killed her villainess sister.
Hello, everyone and welcome to another episode of The Modern Money Smart pod. I'm your host Sean McMahon, and today, we're gonna be taking a look at the Securities and Exchange Commission's proposed rule on climate disclosure. The SEC recently extended the comment period for this rule, so I invited Jamie Gamble, a managing director at PwC to join me on the show. Jamie has spent years helping clients build strong governance around ESG. So he's here to share his insights. I'd also like to welcome back to the show Maggie Peloso. Maggie, who is a partner at Vinson and Elkins, joined us last November ahead of Cop 26 to paint the global picture on ESG investing and climate disclosure. Now that the SEC has weighed in with its proposed expectations, she's back to sort out all the details.
One quick note before we kick off the episode, regular listeners might notice the absence of my co-host and partner in crime, Colin Hogan. Colin got married recently and he's off enjoying his honeymoon. But don't worry, he'll be back soon. For now, let's get rolling with today's conversation.
Hello, everyone, and thank you for joining me for this episode. The topic today is going to be the SEC proposed climate disclosure rule. I got a couple of great guests joining us today Jamie Gamble is from PwC and Maggie Pelosi is from Vinson and Elkins. How're you all doing today
Sure. So I think that one of the things that's really important here is that the SEC has based their disclosure regime on the task force for climate related financial disclosures with Shawn, you and I have talked about before in an earlier episode. But they've assumed that companies are much better at tcfd than they actually are. Right. So I think that in many ways, compliance with this rule, if it's finalized, as proposed is going to be a bit harder than the commission is anticipating. And I think they're getting much more granular than we're used to seeing the commission being so for example, there are required disclosures around how boards and management are overseeing climate risk. And on the board side, they're saying, hey, we want to know who on your board has climate expertise, we want to know how your board looks at climate, we want to know how they evaluate it. Right. And that's a really important paradigm shift from the way that we have normally seen companies report on how their boards are managing risks.
So I think I'd like to build on Jamie's point about starting early. I, you know, there's a lot in here that if it's finalized, is is new and different. And, you know, not only will require new processes and getting data together