Confronting reality and breaking free of the delusion is symbolized by the Blue Sky.
I think, at least in Chaos;Child.
In Chaos;Head it is slightly different.
I still prefer the Blue Sky to the red one, and of course I prefer it to the white, bleached sky.
So we do know what Chaos;Child's theme is.
But what is Chaos;Head's theme?
Is it confronting your paranoia and resolving trust issues?
"Not everyone wants bad things for you"?
All of the characters who interacted with Taku face to face meant no direct harm to him.
Excluding Misumi, Noah translation, hopefully soon, and the obvious Antagonists, Darth Spider and Norose and so on.
And what is the theme for Steins;Gate and Robotics;Notes?
Fan disk where Taku is happy when?
We will never get one, and you know it.
Can you get a death sentence in japan being a minor?
How long can you get jailtime if you're framed for murdering a few people most brutally?
Whose eyes are those eyes?
I often have dreams when I sleep. These dreams are always long, long dreams. It seems like years are passing while I dream it and I slip through time.
It seems like years are passing while I'm watching it.
I wonder who came up with this.
Was it the teacher?
Because as we all know
Those Eyes are Takumi's eyes.
He didn't do anything wrong, he didn't even know
Norose was gonna use this formula for brainwashing. He had to get Takumi to destroy Noah II, otherwise ALL'd live in a delusion, not just the Chaos;Children. Original Takumi best Takumi.
>you will never know peace of mind has he did
Takumi had peace for much longer before Takuru was even aware of his own powers.
And god knows what happens to Takuru
in prison. The 300 are keeping a close look on him, that was the deal after all.
Dammit huke, what are you doing.
Her sword looks retarded.
I only like practical swords.
That weapon was reputed to have been held by Anastasia of Kiev, who would be an adequate female holder of it, but also an extremely obscure historical figure.
If she meet the usual Okabe, she would've been bullied so much.
I want to bully this zombie
with my dick.
Gen-san is such a bro. He isn't bothered by little
differencesand saves Nono
Steins;Gate's definitely seems to be that there are some things which should definitely not be tampered with, such as the natural flow and time, and thus the necessary mechanic of action and consequence.
I'd say that the part the true ending called back to was Kurisu's line about learning from mistakes, but I don't think just that is nearly enough to call it the theme.
Yeah, but it was already fucked up beforehand, so he made it not fucked up again.
It's like an eco-tale where scientists use harmless man-made chemicals to clean the seas of toxic man-made chemicals. Although the solution was to pour more man-made shit into the sea, you wouldn't say that it defeats the eco-friendly moral of the story, because the sea was restored to its natural state.
Okabe used a man-made method to restore time to its original state.