I'm...so...tired...Been marathon editing all day today...Phew. *rubs eyes and temples*
So anyway, as all 07-Ghost fans would know by now, the series ends with the next chapter, the 99th Kapitel. I will be sad to see the series end, but I suppose all good things must come to an end. Hopefully, the authors will someday pen a new series-I would read it, for sure! :D
The ending. THE ENDING. I am fervently hoping for a good ending. Mangakas as talented as Amemiya Yuki and Ichihara Yukino would not disappoint, I'm sure. Please let there be a wonderful, spectacular, emotionally satisfying ending.
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In manga chapter 8 and anime episode 10, Castor told Frau: "If the higher-ups learn about this (letting Teito keep memories of having seen Frau's true form), you'll be stripped of the right to be a Ghost."
I have been puzzled by this for a long time, Was Castor referring to humans, the higher-ups in the Barsburg military, or some mysterious heavenly higher-ups who have not been shown?Read more >
There are a few things that puzzle me, in the series:
- If the Raggs war occurred 10 years before the series start, and Ouka was 3 at the time, shouldn't she be 13 now and not 16?
- We know that only a woman can rule the Barsburg Empire. If that's the case, how is it possible that Karu, a male, was considered a candidate for the throne when he was human?
- The Seven Ghosts are supposedly not allowed to return to heaven until they've completed their goal of defeating Verloren once and for all, getting Pandora's Box to the Land of Seele. Yet, after rescuing Frau, Teito said that Guido had been about to return to heaven (see page 22 of Kapitel 96), implying that Guido would have returned to heaven if not for the Frau and Verloren's scythe situation.
The Chief of Heaven is acknowledged as the creator of the other gods in the series. That much we know for sure. What I would like to know is whether there is a hiearchy among all the gods.
In chapter 97, some heavenly soldiers call Eve 'Eve-sama', showing that they respect her and/or she's their superior. From this, we can infer that she is of a higher social status than the soldiers, so to speak. Then there's Mikhail, who clearly doesn't have much respect for the Seven Ghosts, but it's unclear if it's simply because of his proud personality or because he's above them in the same way Eve is above the soldiers. I also wonder why Raphael calls Mikhail 'Mikhail-sama'. Is it simply because Raphael respects Mikhail, or is it because Mikhail is R…Read more >