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{{Genesis}}[[File:Zoids Genesis - 20 - Japanese.png|300px|right]]
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=='''Determination'''==
 
=='''Determination'''==
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[[File:20_Genesis_villagers.jpg|thumb|Ruuji is rewarded for helping repair the village]]
 
'''Determination''' an episode from the anime series [[Zoids: Genesis]] based on [[TOMY]]'s [[Zoids]] model franchise.
 
'''Determination''' an episode from the anime series [[Zoids: Genesis]] based on [[TOMY]]'s [[Zoids]] model franchise.
   
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Over lunch, they speculate about the [[Hayate Liger|Hayate Liger's]] origins, not knowing what caused it to change, nor what caused it to revert back. They joke about it eating bad food, but without any real information, and without Ron to offer his insight, they come to no conclusions, other than on the name, which [[Ruuji Familon|Ruuji]] confirms as "Hayate".
 
Over lunch, they speculate about the [[Hayate Liger|Hayate Liger's]] origins, not knowing what caused it to change, nor what caused it to revert back. They joke about it eating bad food, but without any real information, and without Ron to offer his insight, they come to no conclusions, other than on the name, which [[Ruuji Familon|Ruuji]] confirms as "Hayate".
   
Ruuji takes some of the children around the village, where he is given quite a lot of gifts from the thankful villagers. He ends up talking with some of the older men in the village, who thank Ruuji's group for their assistance, but comment that even with their victory, and the rebuilding of the village, that they will simply not be safe so long as Digald maintain their warlike tendencies. This strikes a cord with Ruuji, who realizes that as soon as his group leaves, the village will be defenseless. He thinks about it, to the extent that when the group decide to head out to the next big city to look for a Generator mechanic, that instead they should be fighting against Digald, as they have many large-scale, Metal-Zi-equipped Zoids. This doesn't sit well with the group, and when Ruuji asks for Ra Kan to become the group's leader, he reminisces and tells Ruuji a "story" .[[File:20_Genesis_villagers.jpg|thumb|Ruuji is rewarded for helping repair the village]]
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Ruuji takes some of the children around the village, where he is given quite a lot of gifts from the thankful villagers. He ends up talking with some of the older men in the village, who thank Ruuji's group for their assistance, but comment that even with their victory, and the rebuilding of the village, that they will simply not be safe so long as Digald maintain their warlike tendencies. This strikes a cord with Ruuji, who realizes that as soon as his group leaves, the village will be defenseless. He thinks about it, to the extent that when the group decide to head out to the next big city to look for a Generator mechanic, that instead they should be fighting against Digald, as they have many large-scale, Metal-Zi-equipped Zoids. This doesn't sit well with the group, and when Ruuji asks for Ra Kan to become the group's leader, he reminisces and tells Ruuji a "story" .
   
 
He talks of a country called "Kira", which, while not large, was prosperous thanks to a rich textile and agricultural industry. They had many large-scale Zoids, and may have been able to defeat Digald's eventual invasion, but the lord decided not to, and instead fled the country, so as to avoid the war, and the inevitable losses that would be associated with it. This, he later realized, was a big mistake, as it gave Digald the belief that they could win easily against any foe. Even if the country had fought and lost, the struggle would have made Digald think twice about starting a war. But instead, by fleeing, Digald gathered their forces and began their tyrannous reign. This lord is revealed to be none other than Ra Kan himself. Thus, he reasons, he no longer has any right to fight Digald.
 
He talks of a country called "Kira", which, while not large, was prosperous thanks to a rich textile and agricultural industry. They had many large-scale Zoids, and may have been able to defeat Digald's eventual invasion, but the lord decided not to, and instead fled the country, so as to avoid the war, and the inevitable losses that would be associated with it. This, he later realized, was a big mistake, as it gave Digald the belief that they could win easily against any foe. Even if the country had fought and lost, the struggle would have made Digald think twice about starting a war. But instead, by fleeing, Digald gathered their forces and began their tyrannous reign. This lord is revealed to be none other than Ra Kan himself. Thus, he reasons, he no longer has any right to fight Digald.
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*This is the debut episode of the [[Bio Ptera]]
 
*This is the debut episode of the [[Bio Ptera]]
 
See also:[[Zoids: Genesis]]
 
See also:[[Zoids: Genesis]]
 
 
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[[Category:Genesis Episode]]
 
[[Category:Genesis Episode]]
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