So, I-I know I'm late but, I just finished this and I was wondering why people didn't like the last episode. Is it because
everyone conveniently get their body abilities back from Taiju-sama for a happy end, or for some other reason? Also what the heck was that faintingat the end for?
Yu Yu Yu thread I guess.
I liked it. No dumbass twists, no bittersweet ending, just happy. Sometimes that's all you need, I think. Also, I assumed the fainting was due to Yuna not being fully recovered. It felt like months since she moved so maybe she was still rusty.
I thought the same at first, but the way it's handled animation and music wise makes me think otherwise, as if it's something more important. Maybe it's covered by some other material of the franchise.
People were upset because they figured it was just an asspull and never bothered putting much thought into it. Speculation has been running free ever since the show ended though. Most popular ones are around Yuuna still fighting alone (the skit's script title and script might suggest that), either as the sole remaining hero of Shinju-sama (her fairy doesn't disappear like the others after the fight so maybe she wasn't relieved of service) or as an independent entity (her last mankai was without henshin, she touched the Vertex untransformed too, the creators said the series advocates human power instead of miracles or divine power).
>Oh, you wanted to discuss this nice anime you just watched?
>Too bad, join our general circlejerk instead!
I'm taking part in it too, but I can see a post like OP's just being told to check the archives.
some day,but yuuna chapter ended there (pd fuu is cute but is mine)
Yeah I replied a bit hastly to >>119213454 , discussion could probably go on here after the other thread ends.
I want a season of what happened of the last generation of heroes, with Nogi Sonoko.
I like the theory that Yuna is still a hero. If you notice, she didn't have any petals fall on her, meaning that her guardian thing (whatever they were called) didn't go away. The fainting might be her coming back from a battle.
Another possibility is that Yuuna broke the contract with Shinju at the moment of her last mankai, and from them onwards she was fighting using her own power.
I thought it was a good show, but not a great one. A little similar to Madoka in some ways, but I think the slice of life parts made me more attached to the Yuushabus than I was to Madoka's characters. Fight scenes were sort of meh and boiled down to "I'll transform/punch really hard." At least the enemy designs were cool.
I didn't like the ending as much as I wanted to because I felt it was too convenient. The heroes win by punching really hard, apparently defeated all of the vertexes, and recover from their injuries because they just do.
I assume Yuuna fainting was because she isn't completely better. None of the other girls recovered instantly.
I thought it was pretty clear the "hero tale" Tougou read was just intended to parallel Yuuna being 'alone' in that she was so disabled she couldn't interact with the rest of the world, and that she was fighting by herself to get better like the others.
>I thought it was pretty clear the "hero tale" Tougou read was just intended to parallel Yuuna being 'alone' in that she was so disabled she couldn't interact with the rest of the world, and that she was fighting by herself to get better like the others.
This line doesn't add up.
They know enough to talk to her everyday and keep believe she will come back. That line still would have little purpose in that case.
Not to mention they have enough precedents to know that sensory and motor deprivation while still conscious is a possibility.
It's because it wasn't a satisfying conclusion to what the actual plot was with the girls caught up in the hero system. I came away not understanding what was actually resolved with regards to the Taisha tricking everyone which was the main conflict of the story, or what the characters actually accomplished. In particular Togo's life being ruined twice as a sacrifice to Shinju-sama and the part where she nearly destroyed the universe in blind and possibly completely unjustified revenge wasn't really addressed.
The ending just said everything was solved and didn't explain why or how. I think this is why so many people are so quick to engage in mental gymnastics and conspiracy theory shenanigans to convince themselves that there was more to the ending than was presented, that there's a twist to it or something.
I don't buy into that because this show was very direct all throughout and because I don't care about anything past the narrative presented in the show. It was a conclusion that didn't live up to what it was built up to be.
You tackled it wrongly from the get go, because the story you care so much about is mainly instrumental. What makes the series shine are the characters and the setting, with the plot serving as a vehicle to develop them. Kinda like the exact opposite of Madoka in that sense, ironically.
>mental gymnastics and conspiracy theory shenanigan
That's a very cheap way to disregard speculation, especially when the ending itself implies a continuation to the story.
>this show was very direct all throughout
This is downright false.
Someone need to retell me the reason why people keep dismissing theory and speculation
and wanting to throwing fact in their face.
All the hint is there and the probability it up to something is high.
But with current available evidences, we could work up the most logical conclusion.
>Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
It'd be stupid not to capitalize on it, and there are more ways to expand on the story than a new season. Novel, manga, OVA, all are possibilities, and the franchise is already multimedia.
And it's obvious they had no plans for a S2, they never expected it to be this successful. So even if it's coming, it'll probably take some time before an announcement.
Saying the characters and setting are the point is a very cheap way to disregard weak plotting. Separating out these elements in a reductionist way is fruitless anyway. I'd say the ending did all aspects of the story a disservice. The setting didn't get a proper spotlight with the revelation of the universe beyond the wall being unaddressed, the central conflict went unresolved, and characters were robbed of their most dramatic turnaround. Togo doesn't have a revelation about the fact that she nearly destroyed everything on an erroneous assumption of Shinju-sama's malevolence, her character conflict is reduced to being sad about Yuuna because of a plot development that wasn't even explained.
I don't think speculation redeems the narrative blue balls, nor does a sequel hook defer judgement to uncertain continuations. Allowing that cheapens the work, saying it's incomplete is an excuse. I'm judging it on its merits as a self-contained story because that's what it should be.
And yes the show is extremely blunt and direct. It is almost TTGL-esque in its over-the-top and hamfisted way of approaching any situation. Fights are resolved by shouting and punching, exposition is spelled out as clearly as possible, and drama absolutely beats viewers over the head. Fuu listening to Itsuki's ridiculously long-winded and specific idol contest submission demonstrates that.
>But with current available evidences, we could work up the most logical conclusion.
No you couldn't. There's not enough evidence to draw a single conclusion so you have people using their headcanons as justification for their own retarded theories.
That why I said we, one logic is flawed and if we keep wok up and fix it, we can fill it to an extent, that extent is the most logical conclusion draw from available hints.
Of course serious plotholes still remain and I dont think people will dismiss the incoherence like the change of Tougou's mind.
I dont think there is too many glaring issue though
>I'm judging it on its merits as a self-contained story because that's what it should be.
>that's what it should be.
Stopped reading there.
>Washio Sumi is a hero
>Yuuki Yuuna's chapter
>Is it because
everyone conveniently get their body abilities back from Taiju-sama for a happy end
It's in big part because of that and the build up to it.
In ep8 you see Yuuna tell Togo that she'll try to find a way to counter the disabilities and yet she didn't even try to find one. She just fought like they always did and they all got their free healing from a seemingly unrelated event.
There was no struggle to find a solution, making that ending look weak on top of making Togo, Fuu and Sonoko (who had several years to tell that it wouldn't heal) amongst others look like overreacting retards. Sadly this weak ending was to be expected since they only had an episode left and there was no way they could leave Karin in that state without healing her.
Gyuuki did burst into petals before Yuuna's last mankai, see >>119214772
Anyway, yes, but the fairies always leave a trail of petals when they vanish. And even if it was the same as with the other fairies, the circumstances were different enough to warrant suspicion.
>and from them onwards she was fighting using her own power.
I don't see how this is possible.
The henshins/Mankais come from Shinju. All the supernatural powers we see them posses are from Shinju. So, it doesn't make sense she can then henshin or mankai herself without Shinju.
But I have cobbled together another idea. The girls are often represented as flowers and their hero apps start off as seeds.
Maybe the Heroes are mini-shinjus.
Remember that shinju shadow we see behind Yuuna? Maybe that's her shadow. But how would the Heroes become Shinju? The best way I can say it is maybe Yuuna is Neo. Yuuna, a Hero, was injected with the prime shinju code. That's what allows them to become Heroes. Through Koujou/Willpower, Yuuna was able to take over that part of her that Shinju lends Heroes.
We need to make sense of that idea. People just don't become gods. There has to be mechanics involved. I know about the shinto myth thing, but this idea gives it more weight.
Shinju is a practical god. It gave Heroes power to fight its battles but then changed the system after Gin's death. But it didn't just make Heroes immortal for nothing. It needed something in exchange. That suggests Shinju isn't a Genie that can make something outta nothing. So there has to be some mechanism in place that orients what Shinju is doing.
I agree. I'm not advocating the idea that she's becoming a god, just mentioning it because it's been thrown around a lot.
The way I see it, Yuuna did something special involving KONJOU in her last mankai, and that data allowed Shinju/Taisha to develop a hero system 3.0 and that's what's Yuuna
and maybe Sonoko, she's only seen fully recovered after Yuuna is fine as wellis using.
>having to read suplementary material for anime not to be shit
Its not shitposting when I'm right.
>The fainting might be her coming back from a battle.
No, heroes always get teleported to shrines after a battle is over, no exception.
Her fainting was because she wasn't fully recovered, and more importantly to reinforce one of the core messages of that show. The stage play mirrors their real battle, and after she killed the final boss, she went into that vegetative state, on stage she faints after defeating the villian. After she fell all her friends came rushing to her to help her up, as did her friends care for her and never give up on her while she was in the vegetative state. The message is that a hero needs friends and can't do everything alone and should not shoulder everything alone. That's one of the core messages of that show and Tougou went astray because she had forgotten about it, she went off alone, in her thoughts, experiments and conclusions instead of talking to her friends about her fears. Even further, the same thing goes for Karin, in the beginning she was rather aloof and arrogant towards the others but her battle performance in the big battle was underwhelming. She only was able to go all out in ep.11 after she proclaimed that she was part of hero club and fighting for the hero club. Oh, and Fuu only went berserk because she kept her own fears about their disabilities hidden inside until they exploded, instead of talking about them. And regarding Itsuki it was about her being able to sing in front of others which she managed to achieve with the help and encouragement of the other girls.
Heroes need friends.
They aren't exactly known to be the fastest group out there.
Literal Evangelion ripoff
Now lets hope for Tougou masturbating over a comatose Yuuna
>so fucked up AND PROUD
My evil mastermind can't be this beautiful
Holy shit that is pretty fucking neat
I don't know, the SoL in YuYuYu was pretty great
>The characters are exactly the same
I was not even part of this discussion but you just jumped the shark here, if you can't see how much Itsuki, Fuu and Karin changed you haven't really seen the show.
Would Akira dare to show her "sad" scar to Sonoko? Or any Yuusha for the matter?
It's the other way round, the sad parts make you cherish the happy slice-of-life more. In the first episodes, everyone just viewed those segments as a typical if well-made SoL, but after putting that under threat in the finale, just seeing them able to return to exactly that same kind of slice-of-life happiness that we initially just took for granted was enough to bring tears to my eyes.
Best I understood was that the girls were (like Buddhist food offerings) offerings, not (traditional) human sacrifices. Thus what was offered was able to be returned at some point in time. What we don't know was when or why it was returned. Did they become too much of a threat/liability towards the end or what it them all going log mode that the tree god decided 'they are useless, I need new ones'.
That doesn't excuse the fact that most of the drama was then perpetuated by taisha being cold distant idiots making it be about two misunderstandings in terms of them not communicating well to the girls (making them suspicious) and interpreting the gods use of their bodies wrong.
I could be wrong, haven't read any threads about the game.
I'm still disappointed she didn't get a proper resolution.
No, Taisha was lying to them. They were never supposed to heal, but then Yuuna did something weird and Shinju seems to have absorbed which is probably what allowed it to heal them and relieve from being Yuushas.
You mean when the edgy grimdark starts?
Never, you're wasting your time.
>No, Taisha was lying to them. They were never supposed to heal
remember that taisha gave the following statements:
>There is nothing PHYSIOLOGICALLY wrong with the Heroes bodies
>We EXPECT that the problems will be gone over time
>Comparing all Mahou Shoujos to Madoka
Watch more shit newfag
So /a/ lied to me as always?
I'm glad, from what faggots were saying I thought this is going to be a tryhard Madoka clone hipsters were saying is better to look cool and non-mainstream. Now I can gladly stop trolling and watch the rest in peace.
That's my point about it being suspicious. We have no way to prove in either direction that they did or didn't know about getting their limbs back. They very well could have know from tree god that the girls would be fine in X years after they're no longer a suitable sacrifice. Bascially everything worked out as planned, the faeries gave them virtual immortality to fight.
The bonus chapter is told from Sonoko's perspective and Sonoko's knowledge.
Don't forget, no hero before those six has ever been released from duty by the Shinju-sama, so it has never happend before that a hero got their body functions back. This was a first and Taisha probably didn't really know if or when something like that would happen since it's up to the Shinju to decide. Given that the messages from Shinju are symbolic and are interpreted by Mikos there's probably a distortion and not much clarity in them. Maybe Shinju did somehow tell them that it would get better but they didn't know when and how.
you mind quoting the part where it outright stated that taisha lied? remember that most of what sonoko found out was through conjecture. sure, she may be bright and very insightful, but one can't go on without much data.
>Not something you can say with a straight face when you have a mummy log bedridden for two years and counting.
taisha doesn't have much data either, but it would be too early to give up given that they did not have enough information at that time
>Maybe Shinju did somehow tell them that it would get better
If it did, that would've been a nice and reassuring information to share with the girls. I'm more inclined to believed they're totally in the dark about this.
>Maybe Shinju did somehow tell them that it would get better but they didn't know when and how.
A miko announced she saw vivid images of yuyuyu daily life and smile face scenes which let everyone welcome the defeat of the vertices with happy smile face.
Well Taisha did say they are investigating. It could be that they are trying to solve it.
They did say Mankai need fine tuning at WaSuYu and add sealing so 'killing' vertex should be possible and lessen Mankai usage.
I bet they never expected Vertexes would attack in full force forcing the girls to go Mankai.
>I'm more inclined to believed they're totally in the dark about this.
they probably were, seeing as only a select few could contact the shinju and that most of the communication was just Oracles
just to note, back during the airing i hated taisha, but then i realized that they themselves were in the dark and trying their best to improve the system.
it's similar to many dilemmas we have today: people don't trust authorities too much but if authorities tell everything the people will panic.
a more parallel scenario would be war recruitment
sure taisha was dishonest, but 1) the Hero System is still in its infancy and 2) being fully honest with the girls will make no one join the program, endangering humanity at full
>Nobody did nothing wrong
the Christians would like to have a word with you...
the last era was Anno Domini. Which means that the Christian Apocalypse MUST have happened/is happening since humanity is being destroyed lake of fire references make it more compelling to believe...
>you mind quoting the part
Here you go, just to feed your autism.
>It was their price for hiding the truth from the girls.
>The Taisha's people kept requesting Sonoko earnestly.
>However, Sonoko never transformed.
>It was their price for hiding the truth from the girls.
Again, this is written from Sonoko's perspective and "truth" might refer to what they think of as the truth, not the actual truth.
The girls agree Anon.
Remember the time we thought the tree would be evil?
That scene had such a heavy atmosphere. They were basically saying "We all know you fucked up, Tougou, but we understand your reasons, it's in the past now and nothing good will come out of brooding over it."
If the former, Tougou might be in for some punishment later.
Well, Yuuna does say something along the lines of almost accepting that she would never come back, so I personally think she was aware of the world around her. Hence her reply to Tougou, she heard her talking to her and WILLPOWERED back out of being a log.
Well at the very least they did bullshit about that whole "virus pandemic outside the barrier" thing. Unless "virus pandemic" and "EVERYTHING IS FIRE" are the same word in japanese.
MAL weekly score progression, does this also reflect here?
>The kind of people you are sharing this big blue ball with
Keep in mind that people who hate slice of life would drop and rate midway.
Most people who got to the end would rate the whole show.
So don't take this as a per episode rating.
Not that anon, but I think you misunderstood. It's not that everyone dislike SoL, it's more about people that dislike SoL would drop YuYuYu during its peak of SoL episodes.
Of course NNB would get a high score, since the ones watching it would have expected full SoL from start to finish.
I never said that people who hate slice of life are relevant.
The relevance of people who drop a show is just higher, when a series is not yet finished, compared to when it's finished. Because they would be more likely to rate halfway, when they drop the show.
A lot of other people would rate when they watched all of it, instead.
That shows that are straightforward about their content from the start are more likely to end with high scores due to less people dropping it and giving it low scores halfway through.
>tryhard Madoka clone
>SLICE OF LIFE
What about the Vertex, huh?
Shinju is literally fossilized. Shinju originally was not even a single entity, he his all of the Shinto gods of the Earth and its beings combined into one entity to make a lifeboat for the remainder of humanity. He cannot return back to his constituent gods without breaking apart the bubble and killing what is left of humanity.
That means he cannot go on the offensive against the gods of heaven and also cannot feed himself energy.
Yuuna as a new god is capable of movement, of fighting and beating the vertexes and stardust. She can carry the fight to the gods outside and also go out and bring back resources that Shinju needs to maintain or even grow his power.
> sure taisha was dishonest, but 1) the Hero System is still in its infancy and 2) being fully honest with the girls will make no one join the program, endangering humanity at full
Not telling them beforehand that Mankai fucks them over is one thing, but leaving them in the dark after the Sange was a terrible idea, as Fuu and Tougou going apeshit has shown.
Taisha was lying to them because Taisha was afraid to let the girls know that the way to get better was to cease being Heros.
They were to afraid to go without Hero's ready to stop vertex incursions, didn't understand that Shinju's energy crisis could be rectified by killing vertexes in his presence so he could absorb their energy,
They were to afraid to try anything that would have fed Shinjuu faster, like risking a big battle against a large number of vertexes and stardust at once, or by having Shinjuu withdraw the fairies and have the girls fight with just hero suits and the sealing spell, which could of allowed them to use more or even all of the hundred odd hero candidates at the same time instead of only six, but some of the girls would have certainly been killed or crippled for life instead of just temporarily.
That one worries me because it really looks like it just took a really cliche premise and genderswapped it. Ha ha magical girls with dicks isn't going to carry a whole show.
But why would the christian apocalypse happen in a world of shinto? Was the Vertex vs Shinju actually just a really over the top religion debate?
>YuYuYu's season 2 finally is Yuuna punching jesus in the face
>implying yuushas can sin
Itsuki is the antonym of sin
No it didn't work out as planned. Shinju needed to raise his power level so he could make the barrier impervious to Vertexs like it already was to Stardust. Fighting the vertexes only when they chose to come in, was not killing enough of them fast enough to change the issue, while it was running down the girls mentally and physically. The Taisha thought they were being kind in not telling the girls the whole truth because they could not imagine a situation where it would ever be safe to let the girls off duty, as they were too afraid to let a truly effective number of not just vertexes but stardust as well in as it would result in a battle they had no guarantee of winning with only six Hero's- a limit incidentally they had brought on themselves by praying to Shinju for Hero's not to die anymore. The fairies are all actually minor Shinto kami. All the kami who still loved humans had combined to make Shinju, releasing the minor kami to be the Hero's personal bodyguards was actually breaking a piece off of Shinjuu- and therefore a piece of the vessel keeping all the humans alive, and making Shinjuu weaker.
For winter, take your pick from
Leftover from last season
Cross Ange where you can just treat Ange as Fate and Hilda as Nanoha with Yui Horie and Eri as extras.
They were gambling that the girls would kill enough vertexes to feed Shinju that the power problem would be fixed before then.
Problem is they were not.
It took the combination of Togo's suicide attempt letting in a truly enormous number of not just vertexes but also stardust who normally cannot get through the barrier, and Yuna turning out to be a god and being able to defeat the Super-Leo that was created through her willpower alone.
do's anybody have the itsuki everything is FIRE reaction image?
yeah is the yuusha purple fusion of karin and togo
Sonoko's purple, yeah.
This was honestly one of the happiest coincidences between fandom meme and canon development that I've ever seen.
I know somebody mentioned this a few threads back, how Yuuna is the one who's flower is a flowering tree and not a flowering plant.
Plants, when they flower, they wilt and die. Tress, when they flower, they are still alive and will continue to flower and sange until they reach the end of their lifespan.
Color coding is a means of telling a characters personality in both sentai and magical girl shows.
Being purple means she combines both Togo's analytical abilities and Karin's physical abilities and determination.
That would in turn mean that Orange- Gin- combines Karin's physical attributes with Fuu's love of family and care and compassion for others.
Pink however is red and white. Red means she has similarities to both Karin and Gin, but what the heck is White? Does white stand for divinity?
It's like I'm really in a madoka thread
I don't know what that anon's purpose is.
But I like it.
Trees eventually die too. But they do live a lot longer the most flowers and bloom every year.
Dead trees also take a long time to collapse and can remain standing for years while supporting all kinds of life in their standing hulk. Saprophyte plants, birds, insects, small mammals all use dead trees as a home.
Shinjuu is the dying or even dead tree, Yuna is the new young flowering tree that will supplant Shinju.
It's not dying, what we normally see are just the roots, it's upside down.
IIRC some anon said Aiura 07 has a boy whose VA is Gin's. Is this the right one?
Thanks for providing me with Itsuki FIRE images.
Also something I kinda wondered about is that from episode 12 it's shown that you can mankai through sheer will like Yuuna without any help from Shinju, with the adverse effect being comatose or worse. Since in the prequel Gin faced off against 3 vertex and pushed them back do you think she did the same thing and mankai'd by pure will before dying as consequence?
I approve of this line of thinking.
>The Taisha were hoping to deploy it before that battle, but they were too late
That's regarding the battle at Gin's funeral. There was no mention of an upgrade before Gin's death. Sure, the fairies were seemingly developed to avoid more deaths in the battlefield, but it could very well be that it was only possible thanks to data that Gin provided during her last fight. And if accessing Mankai power through sheer KONJOU is possible, it would make sense for Gin to have unlocked that at her most desperate time.
Gin's death was they cause of the implementation of mankai and fairies. The Taisha were so affected by her death that they prayed to Shinju for no more hero's to die.
What they got was the Sange mindfuck and a drastically reduced number of girls they could field at once.
The desire to not have the girls die almost killed the entire human race.
Gin, Sonoko, and Sumi's original equipment was probably based on what the girls who fought in 2018 had had to use. When Shinju almost ran out of defenders according to the leak.
The ending consists of punching things and LOL, WILLPOWER overriding the whole system and hardships that have been built up to that to that point.
suffering how it should be:
>look at everything we had to go through to wrest a glimmer of hope from this cruel universe
suffering how it was executed:
>please empathize with the characters so you can cheer for the good end that we pull out of our ass
It's just too much of a disconnect between what happend in the earlier episodes and the resolution.
I cannot find anything wrong with what Shinju did. Most blame lies with Taisha. And they were not evil, but rather terrified people with inflated egos who thought their feelings and opinions mattered.
Only because you refuse to acknowledge that the story is based on Shinto beliefs and what happened was the result of a girl becoming first a hero and than a god through overcoming challenges.
If Mankai-ing brings you closer to Shinju-sama, as Sonoko implies, then does dying of Mankai mean you've become part of it? If so, then Gin's sacrifice could have lead to their creation even more directly.
What if Shinju-sama isn't a real god at all, just the coagulated KONJOU of the 2015-2023 human heroes that sacrificed themselves?
Takahiro says Yuuna is just red here.
Well, she is more hotblooded and more inclined for action than for understanding than most lead mahou shoujo. Maybe that's why they went with the red hair in her normal state instead of pink.
It's not a show about suffering in the first place. Your attention and expectations were misplaced. Also the ending wasn't an asspull at all, it's just not too obvious about what really happened (and to some degree simply omissive, but strongly hinting that something did happened that wasn't explained yet). Understanding it requires people to be more familiar with the franchise and the setting than a TV show usually does. Not going to say that's not a fault of the show, but I prefer it this way, and it certainly worked market-wise.
The Taisha lady in the LN says that Gin was "embraced" by Shinju-sama when she died, and the sealing ritual chant calls Shinju-sama lord of the other world.
What if Shinju-sama isn't a real god at all, just the coagulated KONJOU of the 2015-2023 human heroes that sacrificed themselves?
There's a causality issue there. The heroes were only heroes in the first place because they were granted Shinju's power.
For the moment she still has a body.
Which she may or may not have been in during her vegetative state.
She will eventually lose it, bringing up a nice contrast as she continues to become more of a god in parallel with her friends growing up into adult hood and eventually reaching the implied but undefined age limit for being Hero.
Although, the same evidence would also fit another anons suggestion that all the girls are going to become gods, as a means of Shinju re-seeding the planet.
After all, no one witnessed Karin's mankai and she should have had a empty gauge, she wasn't even in her suit when we last saw her.
>The heroes were only heroes in the first place because they were granted Shinju's power.
That's the official story, but it's also the official story that you need Shinju-sama's help to Mankai, too.
The common trait among all people who disliked it is that they think it was bad because they didn't die or didn't have enough suffering. Stop being such an edgy faggot. I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and believe you didn't just jump into the wagon when you heard that there was suffering going on.
I want Gin to be reincarnated as one of the other girls daughter.
I just cant decide if it should be a virgin birth by Togo induced by Shinju or a natural result of Karin aging out of being a hero, marrying a nice guy, and having a daughter naturally who just happens to be able to use her old terminal unusually well starting from age 11.
I took this screen from http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm25172063
Does anyone have the original image?
>After all, no one witnessed Karin's mankai and she should have had a empty gauge, she wasn't even in her suit when we last saw her.
Karin mankai'd rapidly in her battle too, she didn't do like 5 heroic actions between each mankai, she just went straight from one to the next. Also given that when transformed the hero form grants her her otherwise lost senses she would of course transform again as fast as she can after losing hearing and sight.
Now I do. Learn to google.
A show with two reds in it? Is that possible? Or was Karin supposed to be Orange like Gin and they screwed up the pallet through QUALITY, like how they made it look like Sonoko had actually lost her limbs rather than just the use of them.
Does Sonoko have children? Because she sure looks like a
Here is the problem though with applying magical girl color theory to YuYuYu.
Itsuki is green, so she should have traits in common with both Fuu and Togo. Well the common ground with Fuu can be seen readily enough, but in what way is Itsuki even remotely like Togo?
The "Yuuna is still fighting" theory is not HEALING enough.
You don't have to install it, man. Just run the game-exe with the weird Chinese thing.
>start menu shortcut
>save files in documents folder (top) or game folder (bottom)
But also >>119238476. Installing it is a waste of time. You'll still need to use the crack anyways.
I'm torn between Yuna and Itsuki, they're both cute.
I'm probably missing something.
I'll try again next time I boot to windows, working in a VM is too annoying.
All Yuusha are great and adorable in their own way. I have to favor Yuna because of the copious amounts of Hot Blood she brings to the table. Also her Yuusha outfit is the best of all of them.
Fuck. I just checked the tracking and noticed that the new year's holidays have frozen the shipping of my package that has the BD1, OST and the magazine that has the Tougou pillow with it. I hope that the package with the Washio novel, manga and the Yuusha-bu chibi manga has at least arrived when I finally get back home after being away for over week.
It's just a shitty cover, the real deal comes out in march.
I'd a Karin daki.
Preferably with her hair down.