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It has been 14 years since the terrifying Hammer of Eden disaster, in which a meteorite strike on the Earth wiped out six billion lives and caused a massive rise in the sea levels. Aoi, the secretary-general of what's left of the United Nations, hopes to persuade the remnants of the globe to pull together, while Gould, a maverick submarine captain, stands up to the New United Nations by declaring war on them in the Ulysses, a rogue nuclear submarine. So, Evangelion meets Silent Service, with the unsurprising presence of Satoru Ozawa, creator of Blue Submarine No. Six, among the committee members who came up with the plot. Compare also to Submarine Super 99, which similarly featured two brothers separated by conflict-in this case, a boy called Keel is our teenage point-of-view character in the town of Yabitsu, attacked by Gould, while Keel's brother Tean is one of the men onboard Gould's sub.