Dramatical Murder | Alternative Ending: Clear version
HE WAS SO CUTE
Don’t let anybody try and tell you who you are. Don’t let anybody try and bring you down simply so they can bring themselves up. Don’t let anybody define who you are. If you let people define who you are, you’re giving them the the upper-hand to dictate your life and your personality. Don’t ever let that happen.
Please stop complaining about the Alma Torran arc.
It’s cool that you don’t like it or some of the characters, that’s your opinion and everything
I miss some of the characters from the main timeline, too.
But that doesn’t change the fact that it’s an extremely important arc for us to have
And everyone wanted to see certain things answered
And they’re being answered in this arc
Yet people are mad because they want to see characters from the main timeline.
You want answers, you get answers, yet you complain because the arc is “taking too long”
Everything that has happened in this arc can’t be covered in like……… Two chapters, sorry.
|Anonymous: What do you think will happen to Kougyoku after the summit? I hear many people saying she will die but I really hope she doesn't! She's one of my favorite charas! T___T|
OK. SO. LIKE.
We know it’s Zepar’s magic that’s allowing Sinbad to control Kougyoku, thus putting her in danger. I’m guessing the panel above is a reasonably accurate (if crude) graphical representation of what’s going on; the spikes are something like antennae, receiving signals in the form of Sinbad’s rukh. If you were to take them out, so to speak, he wouldn’t be able to control her anymore, and the problem would be solved.
Is there any way to interfere with a djinn’s magic, though?
Maybe. Both a djinn’s magic and metal vessels use magoi as a power source. And we’ve seen Sinbad use magoi manipulation to reverse a djinn equip, meaning it’s possible for a human to at least impede a djinn’s magic.
Unfortunately, it’s Sinbad himself who’s putting Kougyoku in danger, so that’s no help at all, but is there anyone else who both knows what’s going on and can manipulate magoi?
Well, that’s awfully convenient! Just a few chapters before Sinbad revealed himself, Alibaba showed off his shiny new interpersonal magoi manipulation abilities in front of a crowd. The main purpose of the scene was to illustrate how much Balbadd had changed under Kou occupation, but that could have been easily accomplished without Alibaba demonstrating his competence in a branch of a technique that seems otherwise useless at the moment. It had already been established that he can cover the hilt of his sword with magoi, but Ohtaka wanted us to know specifically that he’s capable of extending it, at least somewhat, into another person.
Anyway, my prediction is that Alibaba will at least try to disable Zepar’s magic using magoi manipulation. Although I think he’ll do his best to keep this whole thing a secret to protect Kougyoku, it might be a good idea to ask Toto for help, since she more experience (and likely skill) than Alibaba. There’s no telling how well any of the would actually work, considering it’s Sinbad they’re trying to force out of Kougyoku’s head, but I definitely think it’s worth a shot. Obviously I’m a little worried, since Kougyoku’s one of my favorite characters and she really is in danger, but I also feel like Alibaba could be capable of sorting this out.