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The most complicated relationship you could have in a anime. Vincent Law x Re-l Mayer Ergo Proxy Re L, Manga Art, Manga . MangaQuotationVideogames OtakuAuthorsSouvenirsGirlsQuoteVideo GamesAnime ShowsVideo GameSquad . These memorable Ergo Proxy quotes can be from any character in the series, whether they are a main character like Re-l Mayer, or even a side character like. Main Characters Vincent Law / Ergo ProxyVincent Law is one of the main Re-L Mayer to uncover his past and his relationship to the titular Ergo Proxy.
The woman standing beside the window claims that to be impossible on the grounds that Pino was acting strangely yesterday. Vincent begins to explain that the tests are highly reliable when he notices a baby carriage in the corner. The woman notices this and says proudly that the Welfare and Human Affairs Department gave her and her husband the child they've always wanted and points out that an AutoReiv that would serve as a housekeeper would be more beneficial to the child's development.
Vincent agrees that citizens are encouraged to consume and dispose of products more, but reminds her that for him to take the AutoReiv back when it isn't infected would be against regulations. She finds it incredulous that a lowly immigrant is not listening to the request of a Citizen and starts to mention that her husband is the Chief of the Security Bureau, but is unable to finish her threat when Pino is reactivated.
Pino calls her "Mother" and recalls that she was taught not to speak ill of immigrants, and reminds her that she has not completed the housework today and that it would made "Father" unhappy while Vincent packs up in the background. Raul and Kristeva arrive before the Collective and the Regent. Lacan notes how it is unfortunate that this situation arose right after he took office as Chief.
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Derrida calls him fortunate instead, since the Proxy has awakened, calling the creature by name for the first time. Kristeva reports that they have been searching all the residential areas continuously since last night, but they have found nothing yet.
Derrida says that the Proxy must have moved to the immigrant districts on the city's perimeter, and Raul agrees there is nothing to suggest otherwise. Lacan notes how the immigrants living there are masterless and wonders if someone amongst them is helping. Berkely denies that; they don't even know that the Proxy exists.
Raul asks whether capturing the Proxy is their only option, and Kristeva confirms that forty-one citizens have lost their lives so far.
She also reminds them of the numerous infected AutoReivs throughout the years, noting how there is always an increase in victims during those times. This might lead to panic and unrest, even with controlled information. In light of this, Raul asks permission to kill the Proxy to prevent such a thing happening, and this request is enough to make Donov Mayer pause and the Collective to draw back with a gasp. They remind him that he has to capture it and not take pre-emptive action, and Husserl assures him that he doesn't have to worry about the loss of a few citizens and Berekely agrees that they can increase production if they run low.
His mission is to bring the Proxy back, but Raul asks to know what this Proxy even is. Iggy finds Re-L and reports that he's found four dead bodies, believing the Security Bureau to have attempted to cover it up. Re-L says she's discovered that the killer is not a Cogito-infected AutoReiv, but as she is about to touch a hand imprint of the Proxy in the ground, Iggy orders her, through the Security Bureau, not to.
Cautious, she says she knows, but there were never any orders not to look around, and Iggy says that's true, already back to normal. Re-L suggests they leave before Raul arrives and that she'd get in trouble with her grandfather if she persisted. Iggy is puzzled, having no memory of the sudden intervention, but follows her back home.
Back with Vincent, he apologises to the woman as he is leaving, but she shuts the door in his face. He leaves, but picks up his ringing cellphone, surprised to hear Dorothy on the other end. He leaves immediately, and Pino glances at him from the window while she plays the piano. Back at the destroyed laboratory, Daedalus is explaining to Raul how the Proxy's superhuman abilities exclude it being an AutoReiv. Raul asks what the purpose behind conducting top-secret research is, and Daedalus expresses surprise that the Regent didn't tell him.
But he admits that he doesn't know either, his assignment only being to watch over the Proxy as it slept. Daedalus thinks that obtaining that sort of power would have significant implications. Raul repeats the name and Daedalus seems to recognise the name. Iggy drops Re-L off at home, and she reminds him to organise all the case files. He drives off and she enters, removing her jacket and belt and sitting down for a moment to collect her thoughts.
She muses over her grandfather requesting to see her, the Security Bureau trying to cover up their tracks, and wonders what that thing that fled was. Exhausted, she gets up and begins to disrobe. While Iggy is driving, he notices an AutoReiv Disposal Facility-issues scooter pass by him, but doesn't give it much thought. But he spots that Re-L forgot her notebook in the back seat and turns back to drop it off. In the meantime, Vincent parks outside of Re-L's house and begins searching around in alleyways, stumbling upon Mary in bad condition, slumped in a corner.
Just as Re-L prepares to get into the shower, she notices something in the mirror. She turns around and is shocked to see the word "awakening" written out in the mirror's fog.
Then, without warning, a large creature bursts through her ceiling, forcing her against the wall. It is easily twice her size, dwarfing her, but unlike the Proxy, this creature is entirely different, wearing a strangely-shaped white mask. It examines her while she stares back in shock, and it traces the outline of her lips with its thumb, harshly. Tears well up in its eyes, spilling, almost as if they are reflecting her own.
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However, the Proxy reappears, descending from the sky like it did when attacking Re-L earlier that day. The masked creature senses this and lashes back.
By episode three it's revealed that is was in fact Vincent who was stalking her in the form of Ergo Proxy. Vincent is indirectly responsible for getting the entire population of The Commune killed.
Took a Level in Badass: Turned Against Their Masters: Implied in the series finale. Vincent, having finally reconciled between his split personalities, watches as the source of most of his misery, The Creators, return to Earth. The look on his face says it all: Where to even begin? Not only is he actually a proxy, but he's not even an original proxy.
He was also created by Proxy One in his own image to create Romdeau out of spite for the creators. Vincent himself is an entirely separate persona made by Ergo Proxy as a means to forget his true nature and live in peace. Oh, and the proxy he killed in the very first episode in Re-L's apartment?
Monad Proxy, who he was originally in love with prior to the Pulse of the Awakening. What the Hell, Hero? Can do some rather questionable things as Ergo Proxy, though often they are justified. One night after leaving an ongoing investigation she is confronted by a "monster" in her apartment.
After this event she is caught in a net of conspiracies around the Cogito Virus, the Domed Cities and the mysterious "Proxies". While investigating she joins with the exiled Vincent Law and self aware Auto Reiv Pino to expose the truth.
Re-l Mayer Action Girl: Takes down infected Autoreivs with her signature shotgun, She's even able to kill a Proxy with an FP bullet at one point. It is subtly implied throughout the series that Re-l may not be human, but a imperfect clone of Monad Proxy, which would explain Vincent's inherent attraction to her. She's a bit cold emotionally and has a definite mean streak, but there's no question she's one of the good guys.
She refuses to believe that Vincent is a Proxy until witnessing his transformation firsthand. Arguably subverted; despite her competence at her job, she's nowhere near as badass as she presents herself, a fact that becomes apparent after leaving Romdeau. This is bitterly lampshaded by Iggy after he contracts the Cogito virus, when he calls her out on acting like a badass government agent when she's really kind of a spoiled brat.
Things that I liked Re-L Mayer: I loved her character. Her character design was also gorgeous and voice acting was superb and quite sexy.
I think my favorite thing in Ergo Proxy was Pino. She had such an amazing role in the whole feel of the anime. The dark, brooding atmosphere of the Ergo Proxy world was a sharp contrast to her incredibly vibrant presence. The bunny suit coupled with her random acts irrational cuteness made her such a lovable character. Also her solos on that little flute thing she played all the time added so much feel to a lot of moments.
Raul's death shook me so hard while Pino's music was playing in the background. Ironically, she gave the show the most human feel out of all the characters. The relationship between Re-L and Vincent: I like how they chose to keep them from really getting close with one another. If they did I feel like it would be selling out.
They let the relationship grow really well. The episode where they were all stuck out in the wasteland with no wind was my favorite one although I wish they had split it to incorporate Pino and Vincent's perspective.