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The protaganist of the series,a sole member of a Jersey Club who often helps out other clubs and people in need and is passionate about her home town of. Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne (Japanese: 輪廻のラグランジェ Flower declaration of .. Māburu) by Nakajima whilst the ending themes are "Jersey Club Spirit!. However, at the end of the day, Madoka, Lan, and Mugi are the main If I had to use one word to describe Rinne no Lagrange from a visual yuri relationship at the heart of Rinne no Lagrange, but that's not the case at all.
She was initially unable to properly utilize her Vox unit as the knowledge of a supposed fate concerning Vox pilots caused her to become afraid.
However, Madoka helps her overcome her fear and she becomes able to use her Vox unit, Vox Rympha, which she names Orca. She is particularly jealous towards Muginami, who shows a lot of interest in Madoka, which leads to her joining the Jersey Club and begin living with Madoka. Due to her luxurious upbringing as princess of the planet Le Garite, Lan has little understanding of the commoners' lifestyle.
She returns in Season 2. Though she looks that same, Madoka pointed out she grew up a little bit. Although she appears to have a slow-witted personality, she is actually sharp and perceptive. She will occasionally say "Roger that! Born on a Prison Planet, she views Villagiulio as an older brother and by his orders, she infiltrated the Pharos base to steal one of the Ovids, thus she ends up becoming the pilot of Vox Ignis, which she nicknamed Hupo.
After being betrayed and abandoned by Villagiulio, Muginami finds herself a new place among Madoka and her friends. Kirius even says later that he should have asked the girl he met where Madoka was Later on Dizelmine basically ends up confessing to Yurikano, thinking that she was still Madoka in her body The viewer knows perfectly well they switched back. In backstory, Yurikano blew up half a planet.
We get to see it in Season 2. Note that she didn't use the Vox to do it. Muginami is rather quickly forgiven for being a bad guy, who was planning on giving the Vox to Villagiulio. Hell, Madoka apologized to her. Vox Aura, Lympha, and Ignis are stated to have the powers of wind, water, and fire respectively. More Informed Ability than anything that ever comes into play.
All three of the main girls have 'Memoria' in Madoka's appears to be on her ass, Lan's is somewhere near her breasts, and Muginami's is just above her crotch.
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On the other hand, Asteria's tattoo, that which she calls Rin-Ne, is located right on her bossom. The Vox units only work if the pilot believes in themselves. Madoka seems to have "befriended" hers at some point in the past as well. Near the end of Season 1, Vox Aura begins glowing even when Madoka's not anywhere near it, and in Season 2 all of them move on their own to rescue their pilots.
In Episode 23 Aura actually sends Madoka an e-mail. According to Asteria, she's the Witch who cycles the world through war and peace, and she hopes to be freed from this role by Madoka. Although Moid gets banished to the Rin-Ne, so he's effectively dead. It's reinforced by the takeoff in Episode 1, which is almost identical to the Mave's first takeoff in Operation Face Palm Of Doom: Villagiulio makes one to Muginami. Normally mild, but episode 7 has a Bathtub Bonding scene, spontaneous Skinny Dippingand a bunch of eels doing Probably meant to counterbalance the flashbacks to Muginami's Dark and Troubled Past in the same episode, but mainly it's just jarring.
In the first episode, Yoko drops Madoka's pants, resulting in a Panty Shotand there's also a Shower Scene with Madoka, where Lan sneaks in undetected and unintentionally scares her. Fanservice with a Smile: When Lan and Muginami help Madoka out at the restaurant, damn near the entire town gathers there due being told about "a cute waitress AND a klutzy one?
And damn near everyone sits there gawking at Lan spilling everything and Muginami being Muginami. Later they all get waitress uniforms anyway. When wearing her jersey i. Oddly, done by a third party. When it seems like neither Lan nor Muginami can let go of their hostilities towards each other due to the war between their respective nations and each girl's opinion on involving Madoka into it, Madoka forces the two to kiss each other and gives a Rousing Speech to make them both re-join the Jersey Club.
Afterwards, Muginami makes Madoka and Lan kiss each other for fun, then Lan tries it on the other two when they start heckling her but only succeeds in making them headbutt each other. In Season 2 Madoka switches bodies with Yurikano. It abruptly and inexplicably ends when Madoka in Yurikano's body touched Dizelmine. Presumably it was The Power of Love. Madoka and Muginami have one in Episode 7.
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Muginami Getting Crap Past the Radar: Whoever Kein is is never explained, either that or it's just a Gratuitous English for "fucking".
In Episode 14, Madoka attempts to leave the island base Pharos. Tadokoro let's her go because there are no ships to take her to the mainland. Cue the next scene, where Madoka finishes swimming to shore.
For all their struggles, heartbreaks and a Bittersweet Ending for Season 1, the entire series ends on a happy, positive and hopeful note.
Madoka, Lan and Muginami are reunited for good, closer than ever, and has expanded their Jersey Club across other planets, of which new members include Izo, Kirius, Array, Villagiulio, Grania and Dizelmine; De Metrio and La Garite finally bury the hatchet; Yurikano is back from the Rin-ne for good and has reunited with her loyal understudies Izo, Kirius and Array; Lan ascends the throne of Le Garite in lieu of Dizelmine, who now travels with the recently-abdicated Villagiulio; and Astela, finally free of her burden, travels together with Yoko around the world searching for more traces of the Rin-ne.
The only person not to get a good ending is Moid, and considering that he was responsible for much of the misery in the seriesit's a fitting fate for him to be apparently stuck in the Rin-ne, forever doomed to listen to Madoka's heartfelt marching song which he deems dreadful over and over.
Grey and Grey Morality: Everyone's motives are very vague at best- the only thing we can be sure of is that Madoka wants to protect Kamogawa, and everybody else isn't making it clear why they're fighting. The villains are actively trying to avoid causing collateral damage to the Earth and in general aren't that bad of people, they simply want their weapons back when it's not really told why they're on Earth in the first place.
Things get slightly less grey in the space war in season 2, where Prince Dizelmine intends to destroy De Metrio to save Le Garite while Villagiulio outright says he will not be like Dizelmine.
By the end everyone becomes a lighter shade of grey, except for the true Big Bad. The Vox and the Ovid.
Hyperspace Is a Scary Place: Moid says that the Rinne connects people's minds or something to that effectbut it rarely have a good effect when it intrudes into the real world. Perils of the Warpmuch?