Mirrormn wrote:Megumeru, I think you died, and you're simply imagining yourself posting on the KS forums right now.
Makes as much sense as your theory.
Well, as long as you like twisting facts around, let's look at something else.
We don't know how far away Shizune's house is. We just know they got on a train. We also know Shizune loves playing mind games and deceiving Hisao. If we want to say Shizune's house is far away, that requires us to trust the one person in the game most likely to lie to you.
Obviously her house was much closer. She just felt like messing with Hisao. You all basically rode the train around in circles because she didn't want you to know how close she actually lived.
Woah, woah, so does that mean that everything that happened to Hisao after his first heart attack is actually a trick his mind played and that he is just dreaming? Then as he went further into the dream, he either ends up happy in a deeper dream or 'dies' in a state of limbo due to Kenji (and Lilly)? INCEPTION!!
Too good to be true is:
-Lilly's ending. Chasing through the airport after spending for 5x the standard taxi fare, the time it takes for the trip from Yamaku-->Shizune's house-->Airport, and the plane still
hasn't left the airport (considering how long the trip might take), have a heart attack, then wakes up in a hospital with the girl of your dreams by your side. Not to mention her sister told him that she'll be taking her boyfriend to Scotland as well--everything seems to be too good to be true and everyone is happy. They walk into the sunset, screen fades.
Lilly's 'neutral' ending seems more plausible in regards to her 'good ending' . Now if you're on the verge of death and sees scenes like this, then I'm not too surprised. You want a happy life after you're about to die, your mind starts generating these thoughts to satisfy your desire to release all regrets. A mind is a terrible thing to waste after all...
Ever played Red Alert 2? It's like that Soviet ending where the Commander controls the world before everything zooms out to his brain inside a jar and Yuri telling him that he wish 'he' could speak to him--everything that happened is just something his mind made up.
well, anyway, it's probably an author's error...
...an author's error that is fun to exploit and pull up a theory. The heart attack is not 'too good to be true', that's basically a nightmare to have and even if you end up finding the girl/man of your dreams due to this, I still prefer not having one (heart attack)
It still is a more plausible way to interpret the ending
damn you Lilly! Your attempt to assassinate Hisao finally worked! Kenji is right!
Of course I can understand how Hisao dying is still a better ending for him than having him still chasing after Shizune.
Uh, Kenji's ending is
the best for Hisao. I mean, he has a heart problem, social problem (early on), and all sorts of issues that will be added to him later due to the five heroines. Him dying because of Kenji is a good solution (death solves all problems, no man no problem
...so how come that isn't in the selection?