He in turn came to the incorrect conclusion that figuring out who Sugar was and what kind of person he was brought them very close together. Shu's involvement in the series begins when he meets Inori Yuzuriha. Why does Shu like Inori? This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. This is used to display charts and graphs on articles and the author center.
We see all of the F ranks. Fickle is the heart of man. Is Mana really dead? A patriot who holds strong to his ideals because he believes in the cause?
Anime Analysis & Review: Guilty Crown
She is also a member of the "Funeral Parlor" resistance group and her Void is a sword. The Lost Christmas". Plus, Rule of Cute. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
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She had feelings for Gai and was very loyal to him before returning as an antagonist in episode I don't understand it and it pisses me off. Nonetheless, keeping the pandemic at bay also cost Japan its independence, and as a result triggered resistance factions seeking to liberate the country.
A socially inept person, Shu is a second year high school student and a member of the school's modern image and video research club. Not to mention we never see him after that last scene. If Yahiro was such a nice guy, and part of Shu's Contemporary Video club , why did he have such taste for older, bloody movies?
Tsugumi hates being alone and loves fantasy, so magic wand.
But we don't know because this show somehow thinks the fates of Souta, Yahiro and Kanon are more important than finding out about what the hell happened to Daryl, GHQ or how the Japanese govt changed for that matter , or even Daath, the organization that led this whole plot in motion and are, by association, responsible for every single death and major change in this series. And he's apparently immortal or ages very gracefully. And I'm not just talking about whether he lived or died.
Note there's not been a romance scene between them since like episode 8, and that was before Shu started being broken. Since genes are involved, the most logical conclusion is that Inori IS a clone of Mana, or at the very least, as genetically close as possible a match for her.
His Void is a torchlight that temporarily blinds its target in a sphere of complete darkness. One thing that's always been bothering was episode 7. Daath tried to use Inori to rehouse her soul which mostly worked. Afterwards, however, she starts expressing more erratic behavior, cumulating with her killing two other students and stabbing Arisa through the hand.