Another Episode 9


In the aftermath of the incident last week, the librarian reveals that Nakao may be been dead before being hit by the boat. Essentially, he took a blow in the head before leaving Yomiyama, so the cause of his death occurred while still in the town. Kouichi talks with Teshigawara and Yuuya they conclude that Matsunaga must be talking about the class 3 homeroom in the old school building and agree to investigate it together.

They run into Mei, who goes along with them. They eventually find a tape recorded by Matsunaga. He talks about the class trip to the shrine and how praying there had been ineffective, but Teshigawara damages the tape before he can say how he saved everyone. While this is happening, more people are falling victim to the curse.

These cliffhangers are killing me inside. But still, with three episodes left to go, I suppose it's still too early to find out how to solve everything. My guess is that Yuuya will die, but will be able to fix the tape first. Also, Matsunaga mentioned a sin, so I'm guessing he had to kill someone to lift the curse. Maybe kill more than just one someone? Massacre, maybe? Another interesting fact is that the librarian is the drama club adviser. A talented actor like that...maybe he's hiding something. Also, I'm glad Sakuragi was just another one of Kouichi's crazy dreams. The last thing we need is zombie people. It's interesting that they chose to explain Nakao's death the way they did. Rather than have the curse grow stronger or make people question the validity of the curse's restrictions, they allow the curse to remain a constant, unbending force. I wonder how significant that is. I'm still enjoying everything, and I'm looking forward to see how everything concludes. Mostly because I GOTTA KNOW!


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  • Ecchi Catgirl (@EcchiCatgirl)

    March 5, 2012, 5:11 p.m.

    Although he doesn't show it in real life, his dreams are suggesting he subconsciously feels at fault. He got acknowledgement that he isn't dead, but he may be the cause of everything even though I think the curse isn't his fault.

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    marthaurion

    March 6, 2012, 2:34 p.m.

    Definitely true...makes things more interesting

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  • AceRailgun

    March 5, 2012, 7:27 p.m.

    The sin is something i'm looking forward to hearing more about. There is a good possibility he killed someone and it might mean that Kouichi might need to kill someone to stop the curse.

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  • GoodbyeNavi

    March 6, 2012, 11:52 a.m.

    I started laughing in this episode because I knew that we wouldn't hear the sin and that the tape would get messed up somehow. Interestingly enough, there were several people killed at one time in this episode which there was a lot of foreshadowing regarding who would die. I really hope that Kouichi will not have to kill anyone to stop the curse but I am also looking forward to finding out the sin.

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    GoodbyeNavi

    March 6, 2012, 1:43 p.m.

    And seeing how much I enjoy your blog, I nominated you for the Liebster's Blog Award!

    http://goodbyenavi.wordpress.com/2012/03/06/liebster-blog-award/

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    marthaurion

    March 6, 2012, 2:35 p.m.

    I dunno...it's really looking like he has to kill someone. Not sure what other kind of sin it could be

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    GoodbyeNavi

    March 6, 2012, 5:16 p.m.

    Well, it is sort of his fault that the calamity started up. I say "sorta" because he talked to Mei but it's not fully his fault because he wasn't warned. Well, he was, but he had already spoken to her. Actually, I'm confused about that tidbit because didn't Mei's cousin die before he had spoken to Mei? It was in the first episode.

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    marthaurion

    March 6, 2012, 5:27 p.m.

    True...we won't know the details of her death, though, until that episode 0 comes out. It's possible it was a natural death

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