Exosquad

Season 2 Episode 19

Warrior Brood

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Jan 01, 2007 on USA
8.1
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Warrior Brood
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Nick Tyree, leader of the Australian resistance, disobeys orders from Napier and the ExoFleet and proceeds with an uprising throughout Australia. Able Squad and Napier go to Australia to try to convince him to pull back before the Neo sapien counterattack. Whether Tyree would have or not is moot, since Phaeton's response arrives in short order. He unleashes new warriors, genetic mixes of Neo sapiens and different predator species. The resistance forces that are able withdraw to Canberra to make a stand there.moreless

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  • A fine example of the flaw of the series. Animation and character design.

    8.3
    While the story remains awesome and I like the concept, my complaint is in the design and physics of the new neo breeds. The design of the new neo breeds look ridiculous to me, I mean c'mon, crab and spider like neos?! Although it might be understandable that this is the first breed and as the series go on, you see only certain breeds were continued while others were not and they even narrowed down and improved their designs so I guess it's tolerable.



    But then there's my other complaint, the physics. In this episode you clearly see that no blasters, even the e-frame weapons do nothing to them. This is hard for me to believe considering the e-frame blasters are capable of piercing the hulls of much larger more armored fleet ships. Granted, the crab neos have natural armor and they said that the new breed heals almost instantaneously but I think that's a little too convenient and far-fetched. I could understand hand blasters doing little to no damage but e-frame blasters?! and even missles and Bronski's plasma grenades do nothing?! And then later on, you see that the e-frame blasters DO do something, at least to the effect of knock back. Later in the series, you even see that the hand blasters are able to slow them down. A little continuity error in my belief. Instantaneous healing is too much, although I would have accepted regular regeneration or even "expedited" healing just not instantaneous.moreless
Teryl Rothery

Teryl Rothery

Field Repair Specialist Lt. Maggie Weston

John Kassir

John Kassir

Draconis

Robby Benson

Robby Benson

Lt. J.T. Marsh

Michael Donovan

Michael Donovan

Exotrooper Wolf Bronski

Richard Newman

Richard Newman

Phaeton

Garry Chalk

Garry Chalk

Exotrooper Marsala / Shiva

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