So I just saw Rebellion.
Why did Homura not just follow Madoka's rainbow with Sayaka and Nagisa? Wouldn't she have been in a world with Madoka anyway?
Madokami is not Madoka that she likes.
Because she never wished for such happiness.
That's my question as well, doesn't she get to spend an eternity with Madoka anyway?
Come on guys this isn't complicated, she flat-out tells you what her motivations are. Hint: it has nothing to do with wanting to be with Madoka.
No she flat out said love. How can it be anything other than seducing Madoka?
God damn it man you're dense. Her love for Madoka is what motivated her actions, but it was selfless love (well...relatively). She just wants Madoka to be happy, like she's always wanted.
Madokami is the result of Homura's failed timelines. She just decided to fight for her original wish. She is fucking insane.
But not only did Madoka seem ok with being God but the law of cycles is still in place so isn't some part of Madoka still doing her thing throughout eternity? Doesn't seem like Homu thought that one through
>Madoka seem ok with being God but the law of cycles
Homura doesn't think so. See: the entire scene in the flower field.
>isn't some part of Madoka still doing her thing throughout eternity?
Only the Law part, not the Madoka part. Homura removed Madoka from the law of cycles.
Because the world is ugly and colorless that's why Homura have to makes it becomes more beautiful and colourful.
Madoka's Yuri Vahalla is just an escaptism for Magical Girl who can't endure their despair. Those girl will never grow up since they never face thier own despair and just let Madoka erase their despair magically.