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In case you didn't know, Arakawa-sensei uses a lot of religious symbolism in her manga (one of the things that attracts me to it) and I just found something rather interesting.
These are the actual fated punishments of those who commit the seven deadly sins in hell (the names of the homunculus are the sins) and some of them are rather interesting and coincidental.
Pride - broken on the wheel
Envy - put in freezing water
Wrath - dismembered alive
Sloth - thrown in snake pits
Greed - put in cauldrons of boiling oil
Gluttony - forced to eat rats, toads, and snakes
Lust - smothered in fire and brimstone
The evidence is pretty convincing. (except for gluttony, who I feel doesn't count since he's going to be remade exactly the same) the Homunculus have all met their ends as represented by their punishments in hell. Pretty cool, no?
How do you think Arakawa will kill off the other homunculus? Who will kill them? Discuss away.
Um in chapter 66
You sure you got it right? Otherwise things may not be what they seems to be.
Where did you get from the punishments, Glasskatana?
Originally Posted by chvis002
The punishments are (supposedly) the punishments that are supposed to befall sinners who are guilty of these sins in hell. Just type in one of the punishments in google and you'll find a bunch of pages popping up for more info.
Punishiments as described in Bible?
^ the catholic hell's punishments are listed with the entries, long live teh wiki <333[br]Posted on: December 19, 2006, 08:45:56 PM_________________________________________________yesOriginally Posted by Luckas
Sorry, but all my knownig of punishiments for capital sin came from Divina Commedia and I wasn't sure if they were also in Bible or from some tradition.
Dant'es Divine Comedy makes its own punishments that are based on what he felt would be perfect contrapasso. The bible has its own punishments that are different.Originally Posted by Luckas
Ok, that make it perfectely clear, I know Dante's Divina Commedia, but I know very little about Bible. Thanks everyone.Originally Posted by glasskatana
I've heard this idea before with speculation especially around Pride's death which is much weirder than the others. As for the one where Gluttony ends up eating rodents perhaps it could be translated that he eats something which causes disruption with his inner gate. Sloth being thrown into snake pits could still work if he is more invincible than the others, they will just stop him somehow. That said, he has been underground for a long time. Meh, we'll see hey?
My only wonder is Pride's death...but then again we havent seen him anyway so im sure it wont be explained for ages ~_~
Wrath death kinda reminds me the death of Sloth in the anime..
In the anime, more Homunculus die, but they die not according to the bible punishments.. Seems like the manga is more Bibleish :P
Alright, with the death of envy (god it's been a long time since I've posted in here) a new element has been added. Put in freezing water. Now, I realize this one seems like a bit more of a stretch, but the reason the gang were able to trap and eventually defeat envy was because it had snowed the night before according to chapter 79. To me, though not as obvious as the others, that's still consistent. Thoughts?
more or less i guess it does follow the respective punishment. with the end nigh, i guess we shall see how the rest of them die... though i cant imagine sloth and gluttony's deaths... kinda weird how to do it without it being rele gruesome...