Monday, 1 October 2012

Kokoro Connect episode 13 discussion

Episode 12 discussion can be viewed here

Despite the consequences, Taichi told them about Heartseed 2. Inaba should have trusted him since everyone is in it together. There is no value in keeping secrets or trying to benefit from the situation. Well, I'm not complaining since we get a shouta version of Taichi.

Shouta Taichi
Heartseed offering Iori to start over was a nice idea. Starting again with your current knowledge is powerful. Take note of the lottery numbers and go back in time. Disadvantages are you die in that world and you'll never see your family or friends again. You'll meet people just like them in the new world, but they can't possibly replace your current friends.


Heartseed 2 followed a strict system while forcing Taichi to keep a major secret from everyone else. Whether it was Heartseed 1 or 2 guiding them to the ending, Iori was finally given peace thanks to everyone around her. She might not know exactly what she wants, but now she won't be bothered by her father.


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Cely belly said... [reply]

Yay shouta Taichi~! ^^

feal87 said... [reply]

Heartseed proposal was plain suspicious and I doubt anyone would've accepted in that situation. He's the master troll, how can anyone trust him not to do anything tricky? :P

♥EcchiCatgirl♥ said... [reply]

@Cely belly
It was worth breaking the rules.

♥EcchiCatgirl♥ said... [reply]

I might have accepted it, but as I said, I'd be leaving everything behind.

-blacksheep said... [reply]

the biggest downside of going back to the past has got to be the lack of guarantee that things will actually be better. One way or another, something will come up.

~Heartseed 2's existence is such a big question (not that Heartseed himself is not). Who knows, Heartseed might actually be trolling and was also playing Heartseed 2's role. lol.

♥EcchiCatgirl♥ said... [reply]

There's the same lack of guarantee for this future.

I see Heartseed as one being similar to how humanity is one but still act individually.

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