Have you accepted homucifer as your lord and saviour yet /a/?
Of course I have
Look at this blasphemer. How quick we are to forget the grace of Madokami.
Akuma Homura > Madokami
Homura-sama did all of it because she loved Madoka too much, you can't blame any one who loves their God too much. Homura is the pinnacle of worship of Madoka.
>tfw she'd probably agree
At least she's the cutest devil.
I'm still waiting for Ume-tentei to do her impression of AkuHomu.
Rebellion simply wasn't wide enough.
Her name is Akuma Homura. Remember it.
That nasty trash went and ruined everything.
But the Homuverse is an improvement over Madokami's
Incubators brought this on themselves.
They didn't understand the laws of accession for humans, created 2 gods accidentally so fuck them.
Official queen of /a/.
>still no doujins with gigantic Madokami copulating with Earth
She's the Emperor of m/a/n.
No, but over time I'm starting to hate Homura for what she did less and less.
Really if Madoka didn't want this to happen she should have done a Matthew 16:23 earlier on to make Homura understand that she needs to be the one to save everyone.
Of course that would mean Madoka actually getting angry at another human being...
HAIL TO THE QUEEN
I don't think I could hate Homu no matter what she did.
Madoka is the one who secured everyone's seating in nirvana. She's the Eternal Feminine.
The question is, has Homura actually endangered any of that? If all Homura is doing is prolonging mortal happiness for everyone and giving them a happy life before they all pass on... is that so bad?
The idea of duality present in the two girls leads me to believe that they're basically deities of the two sides of the Sanzu River. Madokami created happiness for magical girls once they pass on, and Homura has created happiness for them in the mortal world. Isn't this a win-win?
Of course, this isn't the sole interpretation.
>Isn't this win-win
Obviously yes, but I don't feel the actions Homura took are deserving of a win-win scenario. The last thread there was the theory that a sequel would have Madokami purifying Magical Girls but there is no afterlife for these girls; now they just get absorbed into the Law of Cycles without any of their individuality preserved. One anon said that it was Madoka's humanity that transcended the wish from simply purging witches before they're born to creating a happy after life for magical girls. With Madokami's humanity stripped away now it will just do what Madoka's wish originally was, destroy witches and as for the magical girl who cares where it goes might as well eat it.
Basically the idea is Madokami without Madoka is just like Gretchen except she only targets magical girls.
In the end if this happens I suspect Madoka would convince Homura to let her merge with Madokami again and we'd get a dualistic godhood ruling that universe as the happy end.
I prefer that to Homura having her cake and eating it.
I believe Homura-sama made people have suffering in mortals lives I think, something that I noticed when Kyoko accidentally threw out food and Sayaka having to be NTR'd the shit out of her not sure about the cheese thing tho.
Doesn't Mami drop all the cheese she was buying for Nagisa?
Why does she have boobs there?
>that scene where Madoka trips and motorboats Homura
I wonder how far Rebellion takes place after the series. The show takes place in 2011 and Madoka ascends April 21st. Kazuko mentions that it's past the 2012 end-of-the-world thing, so it's most likely they're somewhere in 2013, although Hitomi's phone at one point says it's August of 2012.
Also, if soul gem times matches real world time (no reason to believe one way or the other but just saying), Homura was in the isolation field for a whole month.
So she lasted at least a little over a year and a half before Rebellion went down, ouch.
That's not Kyouko suffering, that's just Homura cutting off her ties with her friends due to something akin to a martyr syndrome.
Also I don't think Sayaka's tears were NTR. Given what we've seen that it's accurate to say that Sayaka is past that hurdle of her life but still understandably bitter from what we see in Ep12 theater and when she faces Hitomi's nightmare in Rebellion. She's wise yet jaded. Given that, her tears seem much more like her realization that, holy shit, she's alive again. She's overwhelmed with emotion because of that.
A year and a half going insane from a severe lack of Madoka.
>Couldn't live as an Apostle for more than 2 years
On that note though, I do like the word apostle to describe what bowmura was in the new universe since it's meaning is "one who is sent away.".
There is also three years period mentioned when Madoka transfers back. It could be that.
But I have no idea why they all are still in middle school.
The three years implies that Homura reset the universe just so that Madoka could transfer in at the same time she originally did.
In that case it's either 2011 again or 2013, just with Homura rewriting things so that Madoka went away for a couple of years beforehand.
Though if it's 2013 then I'm not sure Mami would still be in middle school.
I believe so it was a funny but still a way to show bad things happening.
I believe the world of the soul gem works like Inception sort of 5 minutes is an hour in real time sort of that, but with an other rate. Soul Gems could also be timeless with the new law from Madoka, Kyubey talks a lot of the importance of existence in the Past, Present or Future not if the person is alive or not, meaning that the person has to exist in any point in time for certain events like "Black Hole" effects of Witch Barriers. This means that time might not be as linear as we think in all of this situations that happened.
Three years gap could be there to explain inconsitency between Madoka's human memories and the actual date. She says that everything is exactly the same as she remembers.
>Implying she agreed with Madoka's ideals for even a second
I think the scene before the desert one where her wings were pink were suppose to emphasize that she was willing to do Madoka's will at that time.
Then time goes on, maybe Mami, Homura, and Kyoko separate after Sayaka's death and she starts to doubt and lose faith in following Madoka's will. From there we get the end scene where Homura's probably just fighting in the hope that she'll die and return to Madoka, that or she already had the Rebellion planned by the desert scene.
Also note that she wasn't exactly sure if the whole Madoka story actually happened any more. Since it was a story that was impossible to prove or disprove (or so she thought, until QB demonstrated it wasn't the case) she began to accept the possibility that it was all just her imagination, which slowly started to drain her sanity.
She's been losing her sanity for a long time, or maybe she never had it to begin with and that's why she was an easy target for the witch in timeline 1.
She obviously had some self-esteem issues to start with, since she was useless and lame after getting out of the hospital. Also her parents died and/or abandoned her? Who knows.
/a/ told me they abandoned her after discovering she was an autistic homosexual
Perhaps. It's hard to discern hope from despair where Homura is concerned, because all of it is simply fuel for her love.
Then there's the theory that she told QB everything on purpose and that her surprise at his actions during Rebellion is simply because in her labyrinth-induced amnesia she forgot that she was the mastermind behind everything.
Rebellion is seriously so ridiculously open to interpretation.
Well, if she gets autismbux, I guess it's okay.
At least she has a house, unlike Kyoko.
It's not exactly a good thing that she got the apartment because she is too autistic to manage to fund such a thing on her own.
I love that theory. When we're at the level of universe-reformations and humans ascending to godhood, I always assume everything is predicated on some kind of plan inside a plan.
It seems almost absurd to assume these things are happen stance. It's probably not "exactly" as planned, but I like to think there's some kind of driving force beyond accidental admissions.
Although if you take this far enough, it was Madoka's plan all along to give Homura the reigns to power and let her play and get to know god powers, knowing she will eventually come back, now with two goddesses and the incubators as slaves.
She probably killed its previous owner, fed the body to Kyubey, moved in, and set up a weird Madoka shrine.
Obviously, Madoka just wanted to fuck Homura in that sexy dress.
Madoka clearly has good taste then.
Homura's "Just according to keikaku" spiel here doesn't make sense if she just thought of it moments ago. Colorful can be taken as an implication that Homura's inner devil took hold of her psyche a long time ago.
Is Homu literally autistic?
Is there actual evidence?
Did she want to be torn apart too?
>Homu's rape face
I still go with the theory this was a "karma payback" for the Incubators, Incubators ruined themselves because they played with humans and forgot how they could ascend by giving some catalyst (wishes). At the end with Homura it was the final payback for humans that made Incubators almost feel fear from humans and are totally slaves now.