Asteria Lizamarie de Roschefall, the granddaughter of Novumundos' chairman, comes to question Madoka about the incident that occurred while confronting Muginami. As Asteria speaks with Yoko about the Voxs, Lan tells Madoka about the Vox Legend, in which an incident involving Voxes nearly destroyed the world 20,000 years ago. After speaking with Yoko, Asteria decides to ban Madoka from piloting Midori, prompting Lan and Muginami to lock themselves in the hangar as protest. However, Madoka decides to accept the ban, since it wouldn't separate her from Lan and Muginami. Afterwards, Asteria goes to see Villagiulo, refusing to hand over the Vox units.
- A footage where Vox Aura/Midori causes to bloom the flowers of Lagrange is from Wind, Fire and Water Above Kamogawa is shown and possibly the reason why Asteria forces go back to Kamogawa.
- During the scene where Lan and Muginami locked themselves and Tadakoro tries to open the Vox Aura/Midori's hangar, the word hangar in the wall is misspelled "HANGER".
- Hiroshi Nakaizumi does not appear in this episode.
- The buzz tower scene of this episode where Shozo Tadakoro spills coffee on his shirt is a reference to the 1986 American movie Top Gun .
- This episode marks the first appearance of Asteria and Dizelmine .
- This also marks the first appearance of Array wearing a maid costume.
- The three Vox pilots pay a visit to Kamogawa SeaWorld, which is actually a real-life location in Kamogawa, Chiba Prefecture in Japan.