All the World’s Envy

I was hoping that they told Hibiki’s drama but damn, I didn’t expect that. It never really occurred to me that surviving such a horrifying event could lead to everyone hating her. And as much as I hate to admit it, it figures. Out of the tons of people who died, why was Hibiki the only one who was saved? The media definitely hid the truth about Tachibana and Kanade so they must’ve presented Hibiki as a miracle who was able to live after all that.

But well, people have their own set of opinion. People who have lost their loved ones in that incident was probably wondering “why her?”. In a way, the whole ordeal feels petty and shallow but realizing that it makes sense, I find it hard to ignore it nor bash it that way.

And I also question what the fuck they’ve been doing? How come they never did Hibiki any special check-up to monitor the fusion within her? She’s the only relic-human fusion out there so I was hoping they’d put some more care in watching over her. Isn’t Genjurou slacking in this department?

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. x
    Aug 11, 2013 @ 15:06:31

    I must say that the portrayal of everything so far make it look like Genjurou is simply unable to manage the whole organisation well enough :p.

    Almost everyone seem conveniently (for the plot) sloppy in this episode ^^;. Is this another death flag for Hibiki?

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  2. baka~
    Aug 11, 2013 @ 23:05:54

    I don’t really know if Hibiki ought to die. She did try dying back in S1😀

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