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I mean, maybe something happened to him at the very beginning of steins and he forgotten it since
it was his first time jumping timelines.
It's actually possible. SERN just have to know that she's dead to give up right, so if only she can fake her death or something, or disappear from the world, that way it won't implicate okarin and the rest.Quote:
I don't think it will be a tragic ending, It'll probably end like chaos;head that gathers all the cast together for the finale.
But if it doesn't..
There aren't many choices for the ending the way I see it, really. It could be a sad ending, or tragic, or something like that... Or a happy one about certain issues, but sad about other issues. No way we're gonna get a perfectly happy ending with Steins;Gate. But if we do... Miracle does exist then.
Hmm, but doesn't Okarin has the skill of Reading Steiner? And before that, the phone microwave didn't work properly so I'm not sure if it's Okarin. Though that would be an interesting twist. :3 And is it possible to fake death? SERN seems to be a powerful community; they know how to pick the appropriate people for their dirty missions.
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Oh yeah, we still need to know what makes Okarin so special with the Reading Steiner and a possible explanation about the dream/nightmare he had with Mayuri speaking to him. This is all on top of Kurisu's "murder" so there are still some unanswered questions left. (I put murder between quotation marks just to be safe.)
And the nightmare you're talking about was the one at desert? I kinda forget about it. ^^" But yeah, lots of answers to be given to viewers. These last 4 episodes should be awesome. :3
hmm not much development like I hoped.. although what was up with the ending? Kurisu was definitely at the spot where the time machine had previously been at, I just can't figure out what that thing was at the end?
Indeed, not much development, but still this episode is as interesting as the previous ones.
So Mayuri remembered all that had happened to her, like in case of Feyris and Ruka? She didn't remember what happened before she died, I think, but she seemed to remember all her deaths, though she said it was dream, since she would always wake up again. What does this mean? I don't believe in coincidence (XD), and I don't believe that Okarin 'triggered' something in Mayuri as well. ...Or did he?
At any rate, I was very sad when Mayuri expressed her feelings at the grave. She was really lonely; no one to talk to about what she felt. Poor Mayuri.
About your question, Ush, that thing at the last scene... was a lift? Elevator? I think it's something like that, but I'm not sure either. So Kurisu visited the place where she was killed. Is it possible that even Kurisu would remember who stabbed her or remember any clues about that person, considering that she managed to get any ideas about that person before she died? :O
There was no development plot-wise, but we got plenty of character development in this episode. I loved that Okarin went to impulsive lengths to rescue Mayuri by jumping in front of the car; scientists use logic and deductive reasoning, but he reacted in an opposite way instead. There was also another moment where he lost his cool: the first time was when he confronted Moeka, and this time was towards Kurisu.
The moment between him and Mayuri was sweet. They both care about each other deeply.
Now that he told Kurisu about her fate, I wonder if there will be a time when he'll tell Mayuri too.
Me too. I wonder if her cheerfulness during the other time streams was a facade to cover up how she was really feeling.
Kurisu looked kind of hurt when he told her, do you figure that's why? He told Kurisu because maybe he hoped somehow he could sacrifice her too just as he had to steal Ruka and Feyris's happiness? And she noticed this maybe?
Or it could just be because she found out she's going to die and that's all :P
Hmm, maybe? I'm not sure; things are just too messed up right now. XD
I thought perhaps Kurisu was just shocked. She knew how much Okarin care about Mayushii and that he would do anything to save her, but this time it involved Kurisu and her death. Kurisu maybe was in confusion whether to help Okarin and Mayushii or not. I mean, who wants to die? XD
...Or maybe there is a romance here? That Kurisu was hurt because someone she liked more or less asked her to die to save someone else?
I really getting anxious now that it's near the end. We haven't really been hinted at all as to how this could all end, right now I'm just predicting someone has to sacrifice their future in order for everyone to move on..
I think Kurisu's father might get involved in the next episode or so, since pretty much every lab member has gotten episodes dedicated to them except Kurisu yet
I agree. Nice character development and another heavy episode.
I think the reason why Kurisu went there at the end is...to die.
I know it sounds weird but she might be thinking that she wants to sacrifice herself to save Mayushi.
Since okarin and mayushi are heading over there to get a toy , everything is set up as the same situation in episode 1.
Nah. Okarin didn't say that, he just told her the truth. I'm glad that okarin decided to.. in other series that I watch the main characterQuote:
takes almost forever to trust others.
I guess Kurisu was overwhelmed..and sad.
Next 3 episodes is probably going to be them dealing with the murderer of Kurisu, to save both the heroines of the story
It seems like Mayuri already knows about her fate in that desert scene and seems more aware about the circumstances than Okarin himself. Right now she still doesn't know that her dreams/nightmare are events that actually happened.Quote:
I dont think Okarin will give her an explanation, it would just be one of those out of body or moment of realization things where she just understands that it's fate her to die, and there's nothing she can do about it. I don't think Mayuri is really the character to be given explanations in this show :P
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Don't wanna double post but I will in this case... Wow, Steins;gate 22 had A LOT of stuff going on. Oh yeah, for anyone that watched it REMEMBER TO WATCH PAST THE ENDING! It's important!! I've already talked to a few people that didn't :P So before clicking the spoiler, make sure you do that.
Edit: Oh never mind it combines posts, cool.
Oh yeah I found the romance really nice, but it's also a bad thing.. (if you read the spoiler)
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