Hello everyone, these days I was thinking about how Miria might have saved. In the eyes of men in black appeared dead, strange is not it? In your opinion, may have been the accomplice raftela?
She came into the mind of Miria and dug deep down, who says that she did not understand how things really work? Could the thought of Miria "not to kill the warrior in battle" have shaken raftela? Raftela could have created a general hallucination in the minds of those present and the MIB?
Last edited by HegemonKhan; April 16, 2011 at 08:07 PM.
The warriors definitely knew she wasn't dead since they only administered non lethal wounds once they attacked Miria.
That being said, could they have been under Raftella's influence so that they didn't kill Miria due to Miria's desire not to kill fellow warriors? Alot depends on how effective Raftella is on groups. I believe it was mentioned by Rubel? that if Miria had had a group with her, Raftella's ability wouldn't have been as effective or even non effective in the battle. If the revived warriors were susceptable to Raftella's influence as a group, it is possible that they were influenced to only inflict non lethal wounds and to deceive the MiB.
We don't know if the MiB are able to be manipulated by Raftella but I would suspect they wouldn't be or she could also be a potential threat if turned. I believe that Miria was such a mess that no one believed she could be alive just by sight alone. Wounds can be made to look much worse than they are. The MiB that came to check on her was so disgusted by the mess he told the warriors to "clean her up" which I interpret as "get rid of her".
Come to think of it, I think Rubel might be on to them after thinking about his conversation with Dai when Cassandra was mentioned and Miria's death was mentioned.
Last edited by rcfalcon; April 16, 2011 at 07:57 PM.
Actually, that's not a known fact, we don't know if they're Yoma (Yoki beings) or not. We don't know either way.
I think there's some pretty strong content that suggests they are Yomas, but it's obviously not "silver bullet" conclusive however, as they could be Humans just as well as Yomas.
Additionally, it seems as though some of them can sense yoki since the trainer during Clare's initiation seemed to know what was happening during the battle.
Questions also linger like how do the MiB always seem to know where the warriors are unless suppressing yoki? Could the MiB be failed yoma transplants who didn't or can't go AB yet still retained enough of their humanity to not go completely yoma?
If....the MIB have take the suppressed yoki pill for long time ago?
Last edited by HegemonKhan; April 19, 2011 at 05:12 PM. Reason: nvm