So Tenri knew who the Goddesses were the whole time, but she couldn't give him the smallest hint that the last goddess was in Ayumi and not Chihiro? I really hope the letter clarifies this shit.
>Tenri still a shit
What else is new?
>So Tenri knew who the Goddesses were the whole time
how the hell should she know it?
Keima didn't say or mention any name or goddess to her, only grandpa know about it because he make a list of their address for Keima.
She kept her mouth shut.
Grandpa had to let Keima do whatever.
He said he was just acting on Tenri's orders.
Well, seeing how Keima was so distraught about what he did to Chihiro even very recently, you'd think he'd want to correct it if he could. Or would that create a time paradox? Or is this whole thing a predestination paradox?
I just realized it now, but Gramps is only the fourth recurring male character introduced in manga, isn't he.
Everytime I think this manga couldn't get dumber it manages to exceed that expectation.
Next we're going to find out that Grandpa was actually Keima that got warped even further into the past and lost his memory
And Tenri act on Keima order, she got from him 3 letters (the letter have 3 on it so there are probably 2 other letters).
She probably should open one of it on a specific day or event.
No, I don't think so.
In a way, I think it works out rather neatly. The main problem with this arc was how long they spent on Urara, when her story doesn't really tie into the bigger picture except that she gives Keima an in with Shiratori.
I thought the shit was Urara was to be able to have a damned capture arc to make the story less boring and nominally about the original concept of a guy who fake-seduces woman to save their souls.
And Urara's capture was delicious, would not give it up.
Who cares? We're moving past the goddesses and onto the demon arc, which actually seems interesting
Is this the end of the series?
He's hasn't captured anyone in a long while.
TWGOK IS A BLACK HOLE
IT'LL END IN TWENTY CHAPTERS AT THE MOST
Should I pick this back up yet? I just got so mind-numbingly bored with the Chihiro/Ayumi shit taking so long to resolve followed by idiot kid arc.
Why would she change history? Just think a little bit.
Everything is coming into an end. Wakaki is revealing everything.
Pls no ;_;
I just want to see Keima going to capture random girls with videogame knowledge
The stupid goddesses ruined everything.
We still don't know why Rimyuel tried to deep six Elsie
Soon, mate. Every chapter something new is revealed. It is not like some time ago that we had to wait 6 chapters to discover something new.
We should bet what is written in this third letter.
u r a faget
if Ayumi and Chihiro thing hadn't happened, Keima wouldn't have gone full despair in this arc and gotten Tenri to help in the first place.
Keima knows the circle of time must never be broken. Because games.
It's amazing how bad an initially mediocre manga can get when the writer decides he should try to make something out of it.
Blame character development. Wakaki doesn't know how to deal with it, but he decided trying adding some to his mango.
Wakaki's problem is pacing. He knows character development, and he knows how to convey good dramatic sequences - See the scene where Dokuro kills the Vintage agent
Wakaki cuts to the person behind the Vintage make right before Dokuro guts her, which is an effective means of giving the audience empathy towards the dead girl.
The issue is that Wakaki backsteps, and puts entire subplots on hold for like fifty chapters.
If he wants to make a dramatic story, then he needs to commit to it, and pick up the pace. We need follow up on shit like Rimyuel trying to kill Elsie, not a throwaway line dismissing the entire incident ten chapters from now
Ha, I still remember that...
Suck it all you nonbelievers. I told you the series was no where near ending back then! Over by 200? Ha!
Keima's involvement in the past re-wrote history. I think this is something that's common in a lot of movies/mangas/animes that involve time travel. Generally the idea behind it is that when the orb would glow, it meant that it changed something dramatically that would majorly change the outcome of the future.
The minimal interactions and changes only alter portions of which that "specific timespan" would still result in the same outcome of which he was in now. But the kicker is that the memories are THEN altered from the past, and the hosts in the future then remember it.
If we include the fact that time and space, at least from as I understand it run at the same universal speed, the actions in the past are scaled to technically slowly change the future as it happens. Meaning that until Keima does "X", it won't have any changes on the future. The orb barely glowed except in involvements where a death flag appears, or when an interaction that isn't canon shows up.
Well, it seems that nothing is going to change.
Isn't it that Keima, as we know him, is a from the best possible future, and so Dokurou sends him back in time to make the best future canon?
So what will "distract" Lune from discovering Elsie and Keima at the last minute?
I hope nothing distracts Lune, and we either get more backstory on Rimyuel and Elsie, or Haqua shows up for round 2
Technically speaking, could be best. But the current future is "canon" already.
The problem is, the future isn't technically set in stone. Variables will always show up and change the course of things.
The way I see it, with the introduction of the goddesses and the intervention between Tenri/Dianna, Dokurou, Vintage and so on and so forth, the reason he's sent back into the past is to technically "Correct" a variable in the future that's leading towards an unexpected, also known as "death flag".
It's partly in a way to make the best future canon, but also to pretty much revert a change in the future that technically shouldn't be there, or rather would prevent the "best future" possible.
Betting on Haqua here.
>Haqua vs Lune Round 2
I am ready for anouther round of sadomachistic combat
I want Rimyuel to punish me