Why does he have to live with her?
Why wasn't he prepped on the huge duties and responsibilites he would have before the job?
What is this "artificial soul"?
Why not backup the memories?
It's a necessary framework to create the situation for the plot to progress. If the whole body destroyed itself like bladerunner because cells don't reproduce there wouldn't be much need to recover and recycle them. It's not a plot hole, it's just typical suspension of disbelief.
Lel anything that isn't 100% realistic is "bad writing" guys guess we better pack it up and masturbate furiously over planetes. Never mind that the "science" of how this is all done is clearly made irrelevant and they want to make a story concerning the value of experience. Why are you even watching SF? You're a fucking idiot.
I don't like thinking, I just like staring at cute characters in awe.
I have to say I really love Amamiya Sora's voice acting for Isla. I really like her distinct voice.
She's a great VA.
> I really like her distinct voice.
>all sound the same
>that's the point
What I'm trying to say that is Amamiya Sora has some great range and adaptability. She can go from an stoic autistic to a soft and lovely voice. I mean her roles as Touka, Akame, Elizabeth, and Princess Hime shows how good her range is.
Her voicing as Isla has been great because she really does fit the character well.