Date: 2014-06-12 08:01 pm (UTC)
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Oh, I definitely think that anyone would be shaken to find out that they had died and been resurrected. But while Tobari completely and totally believed the use of the shinrabanshou to be taboo and wrong wrong wrong, I don't think that Miharu would feel that his continued existence was taboo in the same way that Tobari would.

I really wonder about the effect of the shinrabanshou and his mother's wish on Miharu, because that is an incredibly interesting idea. Did Miharu really feel that he didn't have a right to influence anything (at least until he met Yoite), because he subconsciously felt he didn't have the right to exist? Was it more than just subconsciously trying to keep a promise (or even an actual emotional block on him)? Maybe all three? Man this is going to bother me.



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