Jormungand 22


Her name is Koko and she is truly loco.

Yeah, Jormungand’s purpose is revealed this week, but the scarier thing is Koko’s intentions for it. I mean, screwing all air-travel so bad that it goes back to pre-1910? Hurrrrrrrr….

But I guess the scariest thing is the callousness when Jonah asked her how many people are going to die and she gives a pretty exact answer…. and then goes “it’s only around 700,000 people” with that face of hers. Wow, just wow.


  1. Athos Said,

    December 12, 2012 @ 9:39 pm

    I had a phone call while I was watching that last bit of this episode. I did not take that call.

  2. Dakkar Said,

    December 12, 2012 @ 10:17 pm

    Koko is godlike loco. Oh, excuse me, above godlike.

    Moral questions aside, she can simply force minor glitches in the air traffic navigation first, forcing most if not all the planes to land, then shut it down completely. But that wouldn’t be all that dramatic…

  3. KLAC-Z Said,

    December 12, 2012 @ 11:07 pm

    no wonder she is so loco koko & yet grand plan oh my (bleep) yea by far really gone too far.

  4. Beruchi Said,

    December 12, 2012 @ 11:27 pm

    that will be the consequences once P=NP is proven, lol

    ofc 700k secrifice are needed.
    kinda like Zero Requiem without dieing. (Code Geass)
    uniting all by drawing all hatred towords yourself, except Koko won’t die!

  5. RENA Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 4:55 am

    It’s like Koko said, those 700,000 people are only a drop in the water compared to the lives she would save by restricting all air travel. Though I think it’s kinda debatable in regards to that those 700,000 people are innocent and seriously have no idea what the hell they’re doing this for in the first place. It’s like Koko just pulled them in as sacrificial lambs. Even if it’s for the greater good, perhaps, like Jonah thinks, those lives should be treasured as much as a war-free future, because they’re just as important.

    Wooh got all fancy up in this place.

  6. Da5id Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 5:10 am

    Beruchi, if she doesn’t die then it’s nothing like the Zero Requiem.

    And unless she’s planning on Infinite Tsukiyomi-ing everyone as well, I doubt Koko will actually prevent any future wars.

  7. Mike Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 7:31 am

    Pretty much, in the end her plan is fundamentally flawed. Eliminating air travel isn’t gonna do jack as far as preventing wars go. Man has waged war against one another when the primary method of travel is their own two legs, and this wouldn’t change any of it.

    The only way her plan could work is if she also get a few orbital ion cannons to go with her satellite network to destroy those who would be against her, but at that point what difference is there between her and a tyrant?

  8. Someone Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 8:00 am

    “, except Koko won’t die!”

    Hahaha, careful now.

  9. Qwert Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 8:01 am

    Her name is Koko, she is… fucking crazy…

  10. Dakkar Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 9:06 am

    First, abruptly interrupting all air traffic will cause far greater casualties. There are areas that are extremely hard to reach by other means, and even discounting them, rerouting the traffic of essentials goods will also take time, which will cause a number of people to perish. Not to mention the ensuing chaos and unrest which is likely to claim the most lives.
    Actually, this plan is so full of holes that I’m inclined to think Koko was just trolling everyone there.
    Second, Jonah’s concern might be not as much about these potential victims, but Koko herself. While the first step might be justifiable depending on your point of view, there are steps to follow after it, and then we come to the infamous “absolute power corrupts absolutely”. Jonah might not be particularly smart, but he’s got good instincts, so he likely feels that Koko’s about to loose it for good.

    Bottom line: screw logic, can’t wait for all the shooting to follow.

  11. Entrav Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 11:15 am


  12. MeatShield Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 11:49 am

    Such a great delivery for such a terrible plan.

    The army would use physical maps and march on.
    The Navy would navigate by starlight and bombard the facility..
    The Air force would turn off some systems and fly and bomb by sight, just like it used to.
    The Marines probably wouldn’t even notice they lost tech. They would just show up and end poor KoKo.

    Maybe the plan is to wait 20 years till the military has more death robots to take over with them? Perhaps the idea is to cause a horrific terrorist event, not expect any nation to start nuking and then rule from the ashes? I mean.. ICBM Nukes are 1960 tech, they don’t exactly have guidance systems you can hack with crypto exploits.

    Bookman: “Frak It. I need my air delivered Angus Burgers. Calculate on a non networked PC, point the nuke at the toy company and let me get back to my grilling.”

  13. ZERO Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 5:59 pm

    Also they can still shoot down her satellites with missiles that do not use gps… and they can just physically disconnect outside systems to prevent the launch from being hacked.

    They can still fly aircraft and they will not fall out of the sky. They will just lose gps unless the goal is to make them think they still have it just to fuck with them.

    What they do have is control over all systems that do not have a physical person needed to press the fire button but you can physically cut the connections to prevent hacking. Then you switch to analog only communications and relay systems and your set…

    I think she forgets that the largest wars in history ie WWI and WWII were fought before the tech she is taken away was created…

    I suppose there is likely some gov super weapons in space she gets to take over but that is basically it. We can still just blow up everything up there as we did with our test nukes starting in 58….

  14. Beruchi Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 6:11 pm

    No internet for bad guys! ufufu (All bad guys except Koko and her gang!)

  15. KLAC_WHO Said,

    December 13, 2012 @ 8:47 pm

    & yea why do i feel koko watched die hard 2 movie when baddies hi-jack airline that blew up chief o’brien plane?!

    this being idea for loco koko’s big plan?

  16. Nanatsuya Said,

    December 14, 2012 @ 1:02 am

    I think the point of Jormungand is that Koko will disable everyone else’s electronic warfare capabilities while maintaining her own. Yes, armies all over the world will revert to WWII era strategies, but how will that perform against an adversary that has access to 21st century technology?

  17. Joseph Said,

    December 15, 2012 @ 8:43 pm
    Embrace the fabulous before copyright takes it down.
    The show that started the fabulous muscled men trend.

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