Bye bye Jill. You served your purpose.
Aura contributing to the war effort.
Salia brings the wounded Jill back to the Aurora, where Jill has a smoke and calls Salia her little sister before dying. The merging of the two Earths is nearly complete, but Aura uses her powers to hold on for a little longer, and the almighty dragon tells Tusk and friends to use the Villkiss to travel to where Ange and Embryo are. According to Aura, all Ragnamails will react to humans with strong will and courage.
Four power rangers flying in to rescue their leader.
Witnesses ruin the mood for sexual assault.
Meanwhile, Ange wakes up on a copy of Arzenal floating in space. Embryo appears and explains that this was the original Arzenal where he conducted research and discovered the multiple dimensions, and the first Ragnamail was an interdimensional exploration vehicle. Thanks to an accident, the island is now in the space in between dimensions where things do not age, and Embryo has operated out of this pocket dimension. Ange tries to run from Embryo, but Embryo roughs her up, ties her to the ground and prepares to rape her.
Oh Tusk and Ange... they just can't stop. Also Hilda was being hilarious in the background.
Yet another color change for the Villkiss.
Back on the Aurora, Tusk is given the honor of trying to activate the Villkiss, and after screaming for a bit Tusk finally gets the job done when his tears hit Ange's ring. Tusk, Sala, Salia and Hilda (the latter two piloting Embryo's Ragnamails) then travel through the dimensional portal. Sala starts singing her song, and Ange can hear it and sings back which leads Tusk and company to the floating Arzenal. Tusk and girls arrive just as Embryo is starting to rape Ange and this forces Embryo to back off. Tusk hands the Villkiss back to Ange, and he borrows Sala's sword to fight Embryo's human body. Ange's return prompts the Villkiss to change colors yet again and also give Ange a white rider's suit. The four girls then go after Embryo's Ragnamails, and Embryo responds by summoning three Villkiss-clone Ragnamails to even the numbers.
I stab you. You stab me. We are a big happy stabby family.
Human powered Ragnamails prove to be more powerful.
On the ground, Tusk hits Embryo and figures out that while Embryo can teleport, he cannot regenerate his body in this dimension. Embryo then resorts to spamming teleport and using his revolver. Embryo gets behind Tusk and stabs him in the shoulder, but Tusk takes the opportunity to stab behind him into Embryo's stomach. In the sky, Embryo takes over Salia and Hilda's Ragnamails to turn the numbers in his favor, but Salia and Hilda use their willpower to retake their Ragnamails. Sala, Hilda and Salia then destroy the Ragnamails they are fighting, and Ange finishes off Embryo's Ragnamail with the shoulder cannons and slicing the remaining torso bits in half. Back on the ground, Tusk also finishes Embryo by slicing him in half down the middle.
Die, you damned rapist!!
Putting the final nail on the coffin for Embryo.
The destruction of Embryo's Ragnamail causes a dimensional rift that transports everybody (including Aura and the Aurora) to the Arzenal on the real Earth which the dragons live. Ange and friends then agree to build a nation where everybody can live together peacefully. On the Earth that Embryo had created, the Misurugi Empire is ruins, but Sylvia is leading a band of survivors.
Good to see Sylvia taking control of her own destiny.
Happily ever after.
The ending was predictable, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It was a solid final episode with a decent battle, and that's not a bad way to end the series. Embryo the narcissistic manipulative womanizer and rapist finally got his deserved ass-whooping at the hands of Ange, her girlfriends, and her boyfriend Tusk. Embryo was actually brought down by his obsession with Ange, since he could have just bailed into this pocket dimension and Ange and friends would have trouble finding him and stopping the dimensional convergence. All the important good characters got their little moments and worked together to beat the bad guy, and Tusk got his face in Ange's naked crotch while Hilda was looking. It turns out that the panties Ange gave Tusk did come in handy since Embryo had removed all of Ange's clothes, but I don't know if the Villkiss would have generated a pair for Ange anyways when it gave Ange her new uniform. It would have been hilarious if Tusk had somehow used the panties to win his sword + gun fight with Embryo though.
So in the end, Ange and all the Arzenal staff end up living happy ever after in the dragon world, which is probably fine giving how they were ostracized in Embryo's magic people Earth. I guess Tusk is the big winner here since he is the only guy in the whole group, and we haven't seen a single dragon-human male in human form. Fake Earth still lives on though and Sylvia is at least taking her destiny into her own hands. The death toll in this final episode was rather low. Other than Embryo, the only other character death was Jill. Even the two scrub pilots that were following Vivian around survived.
Overall, Cross Ange has certainly been an entertaining series, although it's not really what'd I call a good series. Some of the writing and fan service is terrible, but they are terrible in a hilarious and outrageous way. The combination of mecha, pretty girls and fan service is effective in making things interesting. The propensity towards torture and sexual violence (and also people peeing themselves) in this show can be a little off-putting, but at the same time these elements contribute towards the outrageous-ness of the show. Of course, being a Sunrise show, the production quality was good for the most part. It was definitely better than Gundam Reconguista in G, that's for sure.