[X-nebula-/m/subs] Baxinger 16


Galactic Gale Baxinger 16.mkv_snapshot_21.23_[2014.04.22_10.06.48]

In this episode of Baxinger we get a little more mecha combat than usual, for reasons explained in the notes. And no, I have no idea what’s with the last 3 minutes either, beyond the fact that My Soul Journey is the best insert song of the series.


Notes for this episode.

The part with the death of an Anglais commander and the ensuing war is likely based on the Namamugi Incident, also known as the Kanagawa Incident or the Richardson Affair, which resulted in the death of a British subject at the hands of a samurai from the Satsuma Domain. (Gowahand is based off Satsuma). The Royal Navy attempted to extract compensation, as the Bakufu paid compensation but Satsuma Domain itself didn’t, but were fired at by the coastal batteries of Kagoshima (a port at the southern end of Satsuma Domain and the island of Kyushu), resulting in the Bombardment of Kagoshima, aka the Anglo-Satsuma War.

Igo Moccos is based on the Satsuma samurai Saigล Takamori, who was a very influential player in Bakumatsu politics.

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14 Responses to “[X-nebula-/m/subs] Baxinger 16”

  1. kyled Says:

    Go Baxinger Go! Never been a better time to sub this series, with the new one coming up and all. Hope this project will continue. Thanks! ^^

  2. Nanto Says:

    Thanks again to you and Crinn for this episode! Thanks also for the notes, particularly enjoyable in a series like Baxinger that has so many historical parallels woven into the scripts.

  3. Alex Dubcheck Says:

    The Jinraiger Project staff account posted an early character design sketch on their facebook page.
    If you like to see what they are doing, you can watch it on

  4. CBG Says:

    These are coming out so fast that it makes me wonder why you’re taking SO long with the last episode of Layzner.

    You’re holding it from us on purpose aren’t you?

  5. Marky Divi Sion Says:

    Thanks again for the subs. We appreciate it ๐Ÿ™‚

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