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In the second episode of Evangelion, we can see that Shinji's Eva's right eye is injured by the Third Angel, but nothing happens to his right eye. But when it comes to Asuka's Eva getting her right eye injured by a Lance of Longinus in End of Evangelion, it also injures her right eye. How can this happen?

Shinji's eva Asuka's Eva

  • I think the thing is that the shot above was just some energy weapon, nothing (too) special, but the Longinus spear is very connected to the nature of these robots, so it was able to also harm the synchronized pilot. – Hakase Dec 10 '17 at 0:55
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    I'm pretty sure it's a matter of synchronization rates. Shinji was clearly not well-synchronized to Unit-01 when he fought Sachiel in episode 1, whereas Asuka was extremely well-synchronized to Unit-02 when she fought the MP Evas in End, and hence she sympathetically suffered far more of the damage Unit-02 took. – senshin Dec 10 '17 at 6:00
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    ^what this guy said, the higher the synchronization rate, the higher the chance for the pilot to emulate the damage the EVA receives – paulnamida Dec 21 '17 at 2:22
  • See also wiki.evageeks.org/Synchronization – Jon Lin Jan 8 '18 at 17:08
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    @Gagantous was that at the fight at the start of the movie?? It's been a long time since I watched that movie and I don't think I remember the full details, but iirc that was a special mode dubbed "the beast" right?? I always thought it was a forced berserk form, without relying on synchronization. It's been a long time though, I could be wrong – paulnamida Mar 24 '18 at 6:27
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The Lance of Longinus is not a normal weapon like it mobilized Lilith and it just overpowers Lilith and Adam which are the seeds of life of Angels and humans so I suppose it can harm the pilot if it hits the Eva It has that power and what makes this theory true and the synchronization one wrong is that if it wasnt asuka would be so dead, the harm caused by the other new evas to unit02 is so massive like her guts were out of her

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