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Umineko EP6 ~ spoilers part 1 30/12/2009

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UMINEKO EP6 ~ DAWN OF THE GOLDEN WITCH

All spoilers are in english – READ AT YOUR OWN RISK

Most of the spoilers are originally from here. (I’ve only posted the most important screens and facts from various sources)

Another warning is – don’t believe everything you see… I chose only the spoilers and screens which seemed more real to me but that doesn’t mean I’m right so.. 8D

Updates: 31/12 -KanonxJessica scene added (dialogue between them)

– Summary from the beginning up until Ange’s meeting (and a bit more now)

-One red text added

03/01 – more summaries from the game

The back cover of the EP6 packet – two Beatos, the return of witch!Maria, Virgilia and Ange, Kumasawa and Beato and Erika vs. Maria?

On one hand… they looks RIDICULOUS. On the other hand… it’s Ryukishi. (And there’s already “fanart” of them?)
Do I really want to post that cap of Erika in the wedding dress…?

Rumor has it that Kanon’s real name is Yoshiya/Joshua/Kazuya (the kanji can be read on different manners)

[…] Beatrice is calling Battler “Daddy”O_o
EDIT: This is apparently a piece (not the real Beato) made by Battler. She also refers to herself in the third person.
EDIT2: Battler has not just created 1 piece!Beato but many. Or at least, more than 2?

Then is THIS the real Beato?😮 And piece!Beato calls suit!Beato “onee-sama”…

seriously ryukishi, WHAT THE HELL? WHO’S THIS HANYUU WANNABE? -.-

Apparently, her name is Hachijou Tooya but her witch name is Featherine Augustus Aurora. au au au…

Zepar and Furfur? okay then… One of them is a trap btw… we just don’t know which one (because on both of their profiles it says one is the opposite gender of the other…)
And they’re also two of the 72 demons of hell like Gaap and Ronove.

So apparently psyco Jessica or wtv state she’s in, kills Kyrie… ?

“Ushiromiya Rosa

Corpse was discovered in the parlor (can also be read “guest room,” but I’m guessing parlor, since no particular guest room is specified).

Erika Furudo did not inspect much. Details of cause of death is unknown.”

MILFS (and Battler & Maria) ARE DEAD. THE TWO PAIRS OF LOVERS ARE THE KILLERS.

MOE DLANOR❤

So Erika’s fantasazing about marrying Battler…? UH?

“As you’ve lived, you’ve been using love as a plaything, and if it died, you’d fill your stomach with its meat to suit your mood. To you, a cat can be useful twice (This part’s probably an idiom). Die, you monster.” (apparently this was near the end of the game).

“Erika fell out of a boat and went missing.
But because of the explosion of Rokkenjima that happened quickly after that, her disappeance was quickly forgotten. Her family thought that she was washed ashore on the island and was rolled in this accident, but nothing proves that. But several occult writers that tried to revisit the legend of Rokkenjima added her in their stories.”

Summary:

-Battler revives doll Beatrice with his new endless powers but her personality splits into 2, Full Moe and Full Troll mode.

-Husbands are on a culprit hunt

-Erika fantasizes about Battler

-New siesta introduced

-Battler finally remembers his past

1st twilight:

Battler: Suicide

Eva: Killed by (possessed?) George (fight with EVA-Beatrice here)

Kyrie:Killed by possessed Jessica

Rosa: Killed by Kanon-> MARIA fights him with Sakutarou but…

Maria: Killed by Shannon

Natsuhi: killed by Sorcerer Battler apparently. Something about revenge for the 19th baby.

[“Beatrice chose Natsushi as a sacrifice.

This was revenge against “Battler”.”

“Asumu had a son named Battler, but we don’t know what happened to him.
Then we have our Battler who wasn’t born from Asumu.

The Battler that Asumu had was given away to Natsuhi, while our Battler was born from Kyrie and given to Asumu somehow.

But Natsuhi killed that Battler.”]

.     —>This makes more sense though: The only who fought Natsuhi was Moetrice alongside Lucifer, but she was having a difficult time and BATTLER saved her and killed Natsuhi.

-Apparently there’s red text saying that only 17 people, including Erika, exist on the island at all times. Which is actually a major mindfuck because Erika is supposed to be the 18th person…

– Also, the Hanyuu wannabe, primarily appears in 1998. She apparently helped Ange out after the entire Kasumi thing.

-Kanonx Jessica scene (something along these lines):

Kanon: D:< IS THERE SOMETHING THAT DIFFERENT ABOUT ME?!
Jessica: uhhhhhhhhhh <_<;
Kanon: ………………………………………….. ……..I LIKE YOU
Jessica: O_O!?
Kanon: I WANT TO BE BY YOUR SIDE, I WANT TO BE HUMAN. I AM HUMAN. I’ll STOP BEING FURNITURE FOR YOU. PLEASE GIVE ME THE CHANCE. I’M SORRY I’M SUCH A COWARD.
Kanon: forgive this weakness!
Jessica: …this weakness is certainly unexpected >_>;
Jessica: BUT ?
Kanon: …Can I call you by your name?
Jessica: *TURNS MORE RED THEN A TOMATO IN SPRING* Of course, but… I want to say Kanon’s name as well. >////w////>
Kanon: Its 嘉哉, [pronounced Yoshiya] *draws it in her hand* <//_//<
Jessica: Thats such…*tearing up* A nice name…Unlike my weird one..;;;;w;;;;
Kanon: Your name is not weird at all…Jessica…v///u///v

– Also here’s a little extra for you

Image made by T3hshiz from dA:

-Summary from the beginning up until Ange’s meeting:

(Chijou refers to Featherine – the Hannyu wannabe who’s actually a writer)

– Game begins in the trial cathedral filled with lights. The light is described to trial around in brilliance. There are flowers and a red carpet. A marriage cathedral.
– A blue haired girl and a red haired girl dictate a wedding with Shinto prayers. Bern is saying the marriage vows to the “to-be-weds”. Erika is wearing a wedding dress and is, yes, getting married to someone. The bridegroom’s face is not seen.
– The attendees are composed of goats, witches, nobles demons etc. Lambda seems to chide Bern’s officiating. Bern asks the bridegroom’s vows, who does not respond. The bridegroom mutters something. Erika and the witches start to laugh at the bridegroom, Battler, who is said to have grayed-out eyes.
– The blue and red haired demon-girls MC for the attendees. They declare the part where rings are to be exchanged. Battler’s ring is a one-wing eagle while Erika’s is a diamond with the label “eternal bonds”. Erika says this marriage is a success to “subdue” Battler for all eternity as a “detective”. Crowd cheers her. Erika says he is trapped, and as husband and wife she will be there forever to watch his agony.

Intro Movie (which is awesome!)

– Narrator describes waking up feeling drowsy in a gloomy room. The room is nearly pitch dark save for the window. Narrator feels like crying and wants to go where “everyone” is. The narrator says this room feels like time has stoppes somewhere and wants to get out. Narrator goes out the door.
– The door is chaines shut. Narrator recalls hating chained doors in childhood. Narrator notices the chain is there but without a chain lock on his side. It cannot be opened from his side. Narrator struggles without the door and gives up. He can peer through to the corridor, tries to shout for help but apparently the sound cannot get out as well.
– Narrator begins to freak out.
– Ange and Amakusa are waiting for someone in an elegant room. Ange seems half asleep (just awakened?) and unsure what they are doing. Ange reintroduces herself and Amakusa. She restates how it is 12 years after the events of Rokkenjima, after Eva had died. Ange and Amakusa are here to meet with a lady.
– Literally, her name is “Eight Castles 18”. In the parenthesis reads Chijoutoo. Amakusa initially thought this person was a man. She says her editorial department arranged for it. Ange and Amakusa are talking to her about a book she apparently wrote. Ange calls her Eight Caslte-sensei.
– Side description says she’s a mystery writer who recently git into the news and won some awards under a pseudonym. She apparently gets more hype being a mysterious identity writer.
– They talk about her 0576 writing name (?). Her total writing “handle” would be 11019960576. Ange suggests the value of 11,019,960,576. This value is 18^8. Eight castles of 18. Clever…
– Some suggestion that Ange wanted to talk to her as a fan? In fact she wants to talk to her about something other than that after she found something on the internet (?). This has something to do with the message bottles being made by a fake writer.
– Ange describes about fake messages in the bottle popping up after the events. Apparently about trying to distinguish whether the bottles are truth or faked, having supposedly written by Maria. There is supposedly a claim for a 3rd and 4th bottle written by Maria. She thinks the fakes are merely literary fiction based on the writer’s interpretation of the events. The witch hunters apparently dislike these. These bottles are getting a lot of attention.
– Ange says “End of the Golden Witch.” Chijou apparently wrote (?) End, Alliance and Banquet. Side scene describes some minor details of the book End, that 7 people died. She apparently based them on the message bottle letters (?). Ange seems to find the works rather distasteful since it’s about her relatives.
– Ange says that, by basing it on the messages, it goves some sort of “credibility” to her work. Chijou claims her truth and this gets Ange angry, saying she isn’t Maria to begin with.
– Chijou thinks she didn’t really come to vent her anger at how she wrote her book. Ange is pissed and wonders how she arrives at such a truth. Chijou uses the Ptolemaic theory (sun revolves around the earth) to suggest the concept of truth. She suggests that, if people stopped believing in Ptolemy, does that mean that the sun stops revolving around the earth?
– Ange states that regardless of what people believe, truth doesn’t change.
– Side scene describes how people who believed Copernicus were considered heretics. It just so happened that it was hard to prove at the time. It would not change the truth that it is the earth that moves around. Ange asks if truth stays regardless of proof.
– Narrator describes the relative difficulty in getting a meeting with her arranged. A strange flashback of the events leading to Sakutaro’s revival in Ep5. Memory is hazy and painful for Ange. Ange is somewhat confused.
– Ange is in a state of confusion regarding a black back, Niijima, meeting the boat captain etc. Amakusa doesn’t seem to comprehend her ramblings (?).
– Chijou stares at Ange intently. Chijou describes how she revives her relatives and kills them again as per the witch’s power, killing by “love”. She takes out a manuscript titled “Dawn”, which Ange knows is her new book.
– “Dawn of the Golden Witch.” Ange apparently refuses to believe she ever met this writer, but asks what “horse” she will be this time (?). Chijou laughs. The room begins to distort for Ange.
– The room shifts. Amakusa is no longer there and Chijou looks different. Ange seems to remember dying after revealing her name to Battler. Ange’s monologue describes the events of her Ep5 involvement.
– Chijou describes herself to Beato’s kakeras, seeing them through Battler. She wants to know what will happen now that Battler is GM. She doesn’t think the truth has been arrived at yet. Ange likens it to a picture book, saying she’s not obligated to follow it.
– Ange says she just wants to find the truth and isn’t obligated to her. Chijou references Sickness unto Death (Soren Kierkegaard). She seems to request that Ange read the manuscript aloud. The narration after this is hard to understand. Chijou will respect (?) what Ange decides.
– Only now does Ange give her her name. There is succeeding talk about Rome, Augustus, auroras, feather line respect and such. It’ll take too long for me to decipher everything they said here so I’ll have to omit sorry. Chijou entrusts Ange with the 6th story.

This section is more of Featherine and Ange as well as the preparations for the start of the 6th game.

– Ange and Featherine discuss events pertaining to Beato. They talk about how pieces in the chessboard are killed and revived with new games. They make similarities to Sakutaro and Maria’s pieces. Inside the game world, Sakutaro certainly exists even like a stuffed toy. Ange wonders why Sakutaro couldn’t be revived by Maria. Featherine says he did not revive because Maria lost the original stuffed toy and believed him dead.
– Ange contrasts this to Beato’s game board revivals which did not depend on the above. Featherine suggests you can continually revive as long as the “vessel” of sorts is not lost. When you lose belief in the true form (?), it is lost.
– Ange says that because Beato gave up believing, she vanished from the world. Featherine says you can simply die and disappear if you stop believing, but you can be revived again once you start believing again. Featherine makes similarities to 1 month, 10 year and 10 years, saying in Witch’s times time doesn’t really matter (?). She says however that sometimes over time some things just cannot be revived.
– Featherine says that Beato lost so much will and hope to win that she has spent all her energies. Saying in red, there is nothing that can revive Beatrice ever again.
– Narrator describes how Beato’s corpse disaappered in the cathedral. The game board would have disappeared after Beato lost all will after the 4th game. However, since Lambda and the witches willed it, the game board continued. Beato is described to be shackled to the board to allow it to continue, likened to a chess game where the time limit is removed to allow the game to continue into infinity. Lambda had to take control to keep the game moving.
– In a way, Beato lost herself in the process. With Lambda in control in the fifth game, Beato could vanish. Featherine says Lambda was benevolent to allow Battler to take control so he could find the truth. Ange says otherwise. She likens that new Beato to a stuffed toy that Battler keeps around (?). Featherine calls it an invented Beato as Battler’s piece.
– Ange thinks it’s because Battler wants a way to get Beato back. She says she’s taken aback by Featherine’s red text about Beato. Featherine says that Bern tried to explain Beato’s nature in the end of the 1st game. Featherine seems to suggest that it may be possible to “reinvent” her. She suggests that the strange new Beato is like an egg/child of the original Beato to be molded. You could revive her this way.
– Ange wonders what the point of reading this is if she seems to know everything already. Featherine seems to want a fresh look (?) on the material’s story.
– Ange recalls the issue between Battler and Beato at the end of the 4th game. She thinks this might be a key to the truth. The books twirl around Ange.

MetaWorld
– Battler is in Kinzo’s study (metaworld study I guess). Kakera lights surround Battler with strange geometric patterns about. Battler is apparently weaving the new story.
– Genji appears and congratulates him for completing the 6th game story. Battler jokingly wonders if he’ll get Erika’s approval with this, but he does it respecting Beato’s intents. Battler says he’s trying to avoid logic errors and contradictions so as to prevent the board from collapsing on itself. Genji considers the difficulty in formulating a proper game.
– Battler hopes to avoid shame. He wonders if Beato will ever wake up. Genji says something about someone waking up 3 days ago (?) (Beato?), and that Battler hopes he could have shown this person that he understood the game.

– Ange again ponders the end of the 4th and 5th games. She recalls Battler’s supposed “non-relation” to Beato that was revealed at the end of the 4th game in red. It is linked to him not going to the island for six years prior to 1986, and how that meeting there was their first, yet even then there has been a conflict between them.
– Featherine and Ange seem to agree that his sin has a relation to Beato existing on the island in 1986. Featherine restates Beato’s claim that Battler’s sin 6 years prior results in people dying, and that it is Beato who is killing.
– I am currently unsure, but it seems to suggest by both girls that Beato EXISTS because of Battler.
– Ange wonders what this sin is, if it is big enough to warrant the massacre on the island. She cannot believe that he would have a sin that would cause something as horrid as this. Featherine says such a measurement is relative, that some might consider it equal to the massacre.
– Ange ponders what would be considered an apology by Battler for this sin, and considers why Battler always survives to the end. Ange asks Featherine if the clue to this sin is hidden in the story, who seems to also have this theory. Featherine doesn’t give a concrete answer and tells Ange to read more.

-First red text of the game:

Featherine: There is nothing that can revive Beatrice ever again.

[NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ;_;]

More summaries:

– Ange again ponders the end of the 4th and 5th games. She recalls Battler’s supposed “non-relation” to Beato that was revealed at the end of th 4th game in red. It is linked to him not going to the island for six years prior to 1986, and how that meeting there was their first, yet even then there has been a conflict between them.
– Featherine and Ange seem to agree that his sin has a relation to Beato existing on the island in 1986. Featherine restates Beato’s claim that Battler’s sin 6 years prior results in people dying, and that it is Beato who is killing.
– I am currently unsure, but it seems to suggest by both girls that Beato EXISTS because of Battler.
– Ange wonders what this sin is, if it is big enough to warrant the massacre on the island. She cannot believe that he would have a sin that would cause something as horrid as this. Featherine says such a measurement is relative, that some might consider it equal to the massacre.
– Ange ponders what would be considered an apology by Battler for this sin, and considers why Battler always survives to the end. Ange asks Featherine if the clue to this sin is hidden in the story, who seems to also have this theory. Featherine doesn’t give a concrete answer and tells Ange to read more.

MetaWorld
– Kumasawa greets someone into Beato’s villa. She calls it her sanctuary from the outside world. She says Beato is waiting for the narrator. Narrator describes Beato as the personification of the rules, and that the narrator believes she can be revived. The current Beato is just the body without the “spirit”. The narrator is apparently Battler.
– He says he wants to tell her he has arrived at the truth of the games, and his heart aches and throbs at being unable to. He asks Kumasawa what Beato is doing and if she’s eating in the dining room. He finds her in the dining room of the villa.
– She thanks him (?) for coming. Battler sobs and hugs her. He says he has figured it out and wants to apologize and talk to her. Beato is strangely subservient and calls him Honorable Father. He doesn’t like being called that. He wants her to talk like she used to.
– Kumasawa seems to suggest this is a “made up” Beato. Beato keeps on reiterating that the 6th game is complete and he should be congratulated. She pops open a bottle of champagne. The bottle itself falls and smashes, spilling on her dress. All of the other plates and stuff also fly and break.
– She wonders why he is angry. Battler asks who she is. She says she’s the Beato coming from him, but he says she is different.
– Side scene shows an angry Battler demanding to know who this “Beato” is. He demands to know why the true Beato wasn’t revived. Genji says that person is really “Beato”, but Battler calls her a fake. Genji says Beato is a representation of the rules of the game. Battler is angered at this idea.
– Battler explains that this sudden change in Beato is too sudden to be taken seriously. Genji says this is the true Beato but not the one Battler knows, which confuses him. Battler asks why as GM he can’t get the real Beato revived. Kumasawa seems to explains that this is Beato is different from the 1000 year old Beato but is still Beato. Battler asks if the soul is different (?).
– Genji explains that 1000 years is needed to make this into a full Beato (?).

– (It would seem there is a return to Chijou and Ange rather than Featherine).
– Chijou says it is possible to have the same identical person but alter the personal history. The person is the same but likewise not the same. Amakusa seems to make a similarity to knowing Ange in the past from the Ange of the present. He suggests a difference in character even if the body is the same. From what I can tell, it’s suggesting how you know a person is different from the past to the present. They are the same person but they are different based on the time gap?
– Ange seems to understand that, how differences in time and experience makes the you of the past and the present “different” yet “the same”. She also likens it to herself 12 years before and herself now. She understands that the infinite number os possibilities can make you different in an equal amount of ways.
– She thinks perhaps this is the case for Beato, that while this really Beato this Beato is different from the one he knows.
– ANGE SEEMS TO SUGGEST THAT THIS BEATO IS THE BEATO THAT STARTED 1000 YEARS PRIOR, BEFORE THE BEATO 1000 YEARS LATER THAT BATTLER WOULD COME TO KNOW.
– Chijou is impressed by her analysis as a reader. Ange says she’s not just reading but thinking. Chijou says that if 100 people have the book, only 90 woudl really read, and only 50 would try to understand, while only 20 would truly figure it out.
– Ange thinks how Chijou is different from the “Beato” that wrote the message bottles, and how some witch hunters seem to stop thinking and ardently refuse without trying to figure things out. Ange looks at the clock and realizes barely 3 minutes have passed since they started reading. Both Amakusa and Chijou tell her to continue.
– Ange wonders why Chijou is copying Beato. Perhaps she thinks it’s to also try and reach the truth.
– ANGE WONDERS… CAN SOMEONE WHO UNDERSTANDS THE TRUTH ALSO INVENT SO MANY MESSAGE BOTTLES? SHE LIKENS CHIJOU TO AN INFINITE WITCH ALSO, AND THAT ANYONE WHO UNDERSTOOD THE TRUTH COULD ALSO BECOME INFINITE. PEOPLE WHO UNDERSTAND CAN PLAY THE STORY INFINITELY UNTIL THEY FIND THE ACTUAL TRUTH, AND THUS INFINITY IS ENDED.

MetaWorld
– Battler tells Beato that understanding the game and making the 6th game was difficult. Beato responds by simply repeating what Battler is saying. He’s angry again at this Beato. Battler is despairing at the fact that, even as a GM that can call pieces as he wish, he can’t call the real Beato.
– Battler talks about how she made a lot of furniture but had a “solitary” existence (?). Beato responds in a polite manner he does not approve of. Battler rambles on denying this Beato, still insisting she is someone else. He refuses to accept this as the true Beato.
– Beato manages to laugh in the old manner she used to but this pisses of Battler even more.Rokkenjima
– Natsuhi is worried with Kinzo not appearing this year (I assume he’s dead by now?). Krauss is in his study, stomachache from all the stress. Jessica and Kumasawa go shopping in Niijima with the boatman. Shannon and Kanon are preparing the guestrooms. Shannon is doublechecking everything. Kanon and Shannon are teasing each other as they work? Kanon drops the idea of Shannon and George’s relationship. She is apparently distracted or something and Kanon reminds her to pay attention.
– Shannon talks about Kanon and Jessica. Kanon tries to evade the topic. Shannon asks why he’s evading her. He again evades by saying he has to work but she says it’s a lie. I think he could have gone with her to Niijima but evaded and let Kumasawa go with Jessica.
– Jessica remembers Jessica’s school festival that Kanon went to. More of the classic “I am furniture” talk. Classic “I’m furniture I can’t love Jessica” talk so I won’t explain it.
– More furniture talk. Shannon as the elder sister continues to interrogate Kanon. Kanon insists he doesn’t really know what he feels. Shannon seems to say that she and George are one and she has a one-track mind of love for him (?). Something about becoming whole from love, and Kanon seems to try and think this through. Some more about following your heart. More of Kanon’s confusion, undeservingness etc.
– Kanon finally CONFESSES THAT HE LOVES JESSICA (AND I SAY MUCH EARLIER THAN IN PREVIOUS GAMES). He starts crying. He remembers when he rejected Jessica’s confession. There is a simile to “seeing the sea” (likely in reference to that previous episode’s challenge by Shannon to Kanon).
– Shannon believes George will propose tonight. She wonders what if the love she shares with George is similar to that of Kanon and Jessica. If they act on it, Kanon wonders if his feelings might damage the relationship between George and Shannon.
– There is a subtle suggestion in this scene that the relationship of love between the cousins and the servants might damage the one between Shannon and Kanon. Apparently they will be separated (?). Kanon thanks her for allowing him to realize his feelings. They will always be close even if their love “bears fruit”.
– There is apparently some hints that only one of them can get what they want? They seem to make a deal of what will happen should one get their’s first. They declare they are not furniture.
– THIS SCENE, PERSONALLY, IS HIGHLY SUGGESTIVE OF SHANNON=KANON.

– The family arrives on Rokkenjima, making fun of Battler along the way. Kanon and Gohda greet them. Introductions are essentially the same as any other episode so I won’t dwell on them.
– The family describes Kanon as looking sort of frail and shit, but he has grown since the last time they saw him. Kanon asks Kumasawa what they meant and she explains to him, making him embarassed.
– Jessica arrives and Kanon asks her what is different about him. Something about his greeting. Kanon apologizes on Jessica’s behalf (?) for not coming to greet them. From the narration, it seems Kanon still has confused feelings.
– Kanon tells Jessica about the probable proposal of marriage by George to Shannon.
– It would seem that KANON JUST ADMITTED HIS LOVE FOR JESSICA. He says he no longer considers himself furniture and not merely a servant either. He wants to be with Jessica forever (awww…). Cheesy talk about Jessica being his sun, following the same road she travels, basic sappy romance talk.
– Apparently Jessica thinks (?) Kanon ended up admitting his feelings because of the planned marriage proposal by George. Jessica asks for Kanon’s true name.
– Kanon awkwardly traces the kanji of his name. 嘉哉 (Yoshiya). In English it seems closer Joshua, but I heard it can also mean Jeffrey.
– Kanon’s true name is revealed. Jessica wants him to call her by her normally wich he seems to have trouble doing.

MetaWorld
– Scene starts with Beato and the narration about the events that just happened. Narrator says that names are sacred parts of the soul.
– Beato is apparently affected by the new events. He asks Honorable Father (Battler who isn’t in the scene) if this is what he meant with the name. She wonders what her purpose is and if she should call Battler by his true name.

– Ange pities Beato with Featherine. She acknowledges that this Beato isn’t a complete person. She understands Battler’s despair at this incompleteness of Beato. She also acknowledges the feelings of this Beato.
– Featherine says Beato just wants to be useful to Battler, like a child of sorts. Ange believes that this will just become the Beato that dragged Battler into this sordid game in the first place. There is the hint that this Beato does not necessarily have to become the Beato that they know.
– Ange still has some confusion of time frames. Featherine says as you reach closer to the realm of gods, the concept of time slowly becomes more vague. She hints that the this Beato that should have formed after 1000 years became as such in 6 years, between Battler’s sin (I think) and 1986 Rokkenjima.
– Ange has reservations because Battler was not officially listed in their registry during this time. Whatever resentment against the family, it should not involve him at the time (?).

MetaWorld
– Kumasawa offers tea to Beato. Beato asks her about her “name”. She begins to question how Battler does not consider her the real “Beatrice” and it troubles her. How she’s supposed to be her but not how Battler wants her to be. Kumasawa simply says that she is who she is, the difference is that she does not possess the memories of the Beato Battler wants.
– In other words, Beato is having existential angst.
– Beato asks how she can regain these memories. If this is not possible, she wants to instead become the Beato that Battler wants.
– Beato states in red that she is born for the Honorable Father. For this she wans to become the golden witch Beato that Battler wants. She says she doesn’t know magic, but wants to learn.
– Side Scene. Ange seems surprised by all this. Featherine says something about opening the door to learning Beato’s magic. Ange wants to know the story that made Beato into the golden witch.
– Kumasawa seems agreeable to letting Beato learn. Golden butterflies form and Kumasawa becomes Virgilia. She says Beato must decide her road on her own. She likens it to a blooming road of the rose that might cause her to have thorns. It apparently takes 1000 years (?). Beato prefers this than to spending that time only drinking tea.
– Golden light engulfs the 2 of them. They appear before both Ange and Featherine. They welcome the 3 witches.
– Virgilia apparently entrusts Beato to them. Annge likens Beato’s past abilities (?) to shackles that she had lost by losing her memories and abilities, and now she returns to get them back willingly. Beato wants to become the golden witch again, for she says this is her purpose.
– They apparently reveal that they knew the Beato of old. Beato wants to know what she was like before. They want to know how she ebcame who she was.
– Featherine says the kakeras of the story are in this library, and you can learn by reading them. Beato wants to read them, but Featherine seems to suggest you need to solve the golden inscription (epitaph??) to become the golden witch. Beato says she will face the challenge.
– Ange is impressed by her will. She knows nothing will stop her from becoming the golden witch again.
– Featherine will let her read, but she wants herself decide what to understand and believe (?) of what she reads.
– The golden butterflies spin into a snake that eats its own tail (this is obviously Ouroboros, the eternal cycle).
– For more background on Ouroboros, go read some Carl Jung or Nietzsche.

– Beato: I am born for the Honorable Father.

Rokkenjima 1986
– Weather is described as like a typhoon. Boats don’t go out and lightning strikes with loud thunder. A person wearing a life jacket washes up on the island, laughing and giggling. Person issues a challenge to amuse Battler. Obviously this is Erika.
– Erika’s arrival and introduction the same as Ep5. Everyone was enjoying coffee after dinner. Erika talks about mysteries, detectives, locked rooms, tricks etc.
– She refers to herself as a detective and how the age of mystery (?) has only been around for 100 years (I supposes she means it as a literary genre). Battler likens to understanding them to Romeo And Juliet. She asks what he reads. Battler is apparently an avid reader (?).
– Erika seems to brag a lot, and now the other cousins chime in to salvage the topic and atmosphere. Maria takes out a quiz and puzzle book.
– Erika seems to be able to swiftly answer them, something about 107 and 108 teams. Maria is amazed but Rosa reminds her to call Erika onee-chan. Everyone else gets in on the solving. Apparently she can answer them faster than the rest of the family. Kyrie herself asks if she can get serious.
– They and up discussing the number of cuts to a piece of cheese to get 8 pieces. You naturally need only 4 straight cuts. They discuss something about Battler not understanding the nature of the question (?). Something about imagining the object in 3D, which alters the nature of cutting(?).
– The question becomes how to cut the cheese into 8 in less than 4 cuts. In the case of a cake you would have to cut it properly for everyone. For cheese you can explore other ways to do it.
– In my case, if you cut it horizontally once then twice vertically, you can achieve 8 pieces in 3 slices.
– George and Jessica eventually suggest what I had thought of, and say you can only see this if you think in 3D rather than 2D. Battler comes off as rather slow compared to everyone else. Erika seems to suggest you only need 1 cut?
– Side scene. Ange thinks Battler is misunderstanding. You should only be able to do it with 3 and no less. Apparently Battler is suggesting something other than a knife (?). Featherine says you have to use a knife to cut with a knife, and it only cuts with a straight line. She reveals however that it is never stated what the shape of the cheese is.
– Erika suggests a cheese wheel, and that the shape wasn’t really revealed. She suggests checking Maria’s book. She says it’s the shape of the cylinder (cheese wheel again). The 3 cut way is possible by the method stated above.
– The point here, again, is that without knowing the nature of the object a lot of different solutions are plausible. Erika seems to insist one slice can do it and Jessica wants to know. Erika suggests a paper napkin to test.
– Discussion shifts to how many times you can fold the napkin. Erika says 6 times. It is suggested that by folding the cheese/napkin 6 times on itself and by slicing once down the center axis, you can get 8 pieces in one slice.
– Everyone is shocked at Erika’s solution. She goes off tangent about the witch etc. which prompts Battlerto ask, but she evades and giggles.
– The next problem is 3 glasses and 6 coins, and 1 coin in one glass, 2 in another and 3 in another. The question she says becomes what if there are only 5 coins (?).
– It would seem everyone’s starting to get annoyed with her. George starts discussing chopsticks which prompts a sudden enthusiastic topic shift from Erika, saying it’s a nobel utensil compared to barbarious knives and forks. Everyone shifts topics.
– It apparently becomes a chopsticks competition of sorts. Jessica is losing to Erika?

– Scene switch to that locked room near the start. The person is hearing laughter from the direction of the dining room. The person pines for father and mother and still can’t get the door open.
– Person closes the door again. The person is desperate as the room is again filled by eerie sounds of wind and rain. He tries to find another way out.
– Checking the closet reveals nothing. Checking the bathroom and the faucets show nothing. The windows are clamped shut by iron. The person knows that it is only through either the window or door can he get out.
– He smashes a chair on the window and breaks the glass. He then learns there’s a screen in place and tries to break the wooden frame. He gets cut by the glass and bleeds. He begins to freak out again. Someone is apparently touching the person’s hand (?). He sees a figure in the darkness.
– He sees a grinning person touching his hand. The figure bites off a finger.

Rokkenjima 1986
– In the hallway Erika and George seem to hear something. Jessica thinks it might be the wind. Shannon says there is an unused guestroom down the corridor. They say that they’ll be using the guesthouse, even Jessica. She asks if Shannon and Kanon will also be staying there. They say all the younger ones will be staying in the guesthouse.
– Erika says since it is separate she can’t witness events in the main house. Erika seems to eerily suggest that the number of people will be reduced in the morning (?).
– The children are sent to the guesthouse as the parents start their conference. Maria doesn’t seem to want to go but Jessica says they have to.
– More eery laughter from Erika (does she know something is going to happen?). She asks about the portrait. Shannon and the rest explain the Beatrice story, and how she supposedly strolls through the house at night.
– Creepy Maria laugh and usual idolatry for Beatrice. Repeat of the rumors, the injured servant, etc. They think the placing of the portrait increases the story’s grip on the people, also magnified by the bizarre sounds made by the weather.
– Erika ever the skeptic laughs, which irritates Maria. She insists there is a Beato and she will curse Erika. Battler jokes to Erika as a detective, and how could a detective be killed off at the beginning. Erika says that would be a problem, but the Knox rules says the detective cannot be killed.
– Maria says there is an amulet to prevent her from being cursed and shows the scorpion amulet. They also talk about how the golden butterflies dislike spider webs. Erika asks to hear more in the guesthouse.
– When they leave, the figure of Beato appears amidst golden butterflies. She looks at the portrait and ponders the difference. More existential angst and questioning. She calls herself Beato’s egg, and asks what the true Beato had that she did not.
– She touches the portrait and feels it soft and enterable. She thinks this may be the path to figuring out who she is. She enters the portrait.

– She enters the darkness and doesn’t find it eerie. She instead feels warmth and familiarity in the darkness. She believes this darkness to be the inside of the true Beato.
– The darkness gains light and spins. She reappears in the mansion by the portrait. A second Beato appears.
– Jeebus from now on, Beato that was made by Battler will be known as Beato1, and the Beato that came from the portrait Beato2.
– Beato1 assumes the second one was born from the portrait. A twin of sorts. She seems to believe that if they become as one, they can become the true Beato.
– Beato2 wonders why there is someone with her face. She says she’s the golden witch Beato. Beato1 also calls herself Beato, in service to Battler. Beato2 says her role is ruler of Rokkenjima at night. She doesn’t have the mission to live for Battler. This is the Beato that people believe rules the island (shaped by the minds of believers?)
– Beato2 insists she doesn’t want to be tied down to a mission/fate, that she wants to be independed and think for herself. Beato1 wants to learn from Beato2, and likewise.
– Most of the dialogue is hard to decipher as to who is talking because Beato is pretty much talking to herself. Generally speaking, Beato1+2 wants to learn how to be whole, how to find their purpose and how to understand it.
– Beato2 mentions the revival plan and how the killing must begin. Beato1 considers Beato2 an elder sister by onee-sama. They transform into golden butterflies and disappear into the darkness

– In the guesthouse, Shannon seems to have forgotten something I can’t read. After that she starts to tell the ghost story of when she patrols the mansion at night.
– In the mansion, the Beatos talk. Beato2 asks if she understands the concept of the anti-magic toxin. Beato1 explains how the age of magic is long past, and how the continuous denial of humanity created the toxin. Basically everything we know about what the toxin does to magical creatures.
– She teaches her about how they are different from humans who cannot practice magic, and how she should not reveal herself to humans needlessly. Beato1 wonders if Battler is human because he has no poison, so to speak.
– Beato2 says magic should be used properly, and make humans believe in it, to eliminate the toxin.
– Beato2 supposedly wanders the halls at night to recover her magic and reduce the toxin by making people believe. They talk about the things she does at night to spook people. “Rome was not built in a day”, obviously about persevering. She uses a key to open a window, or something.
– She says they are not originally of the island, and you could consider that “there is no one in the corridor right now”, yet the window opens with the key. Make it look like it was magic. They talk more on the scribbles and such that is left behind to spook the servants.
– Flashback scene of Kumasawa freaking out. All this is done to convince people the witch exists.
– Beato2 hopes one day she can roam the island freely. She says to stick to the little things to slowly build up magic and existence. The servants are believing, all that is left is everyone else.
– Beato1 thinks there is no toxin in Battler because he believes in her. They both hope to become full one day.

– Ange and Featherine have a talk on… uh making something out of nothing. They talk about what the Beatos plan to do, and how such things would be interpreted. They ponder how you would see whether the witch really is doing those little spooky things in the mansion.
– Ange argues that if those little antics are true, then there should already be a witch in the mansion at night.
– The two Beatos continue their antics and disappear as golden butterflies.
– The narrator argues it could only be that someone just forgot to close it, or a servant or family member chose to open it themselves. Either way, you cannot discount those possibilities, and neither the possibility that a witch did really do it.
– Ange says the ways observers interpret can be infinite. Humans can imagine a variety of possibilities. Featherine says if you can imagine that a witch exists, then you can believe that a witch could have done it. She says that those two opening the window as witches is now a fact of the kakera (I’m not sure what she means). Ange calls it the “Vanity of Process”.
– Ange mentions how a stuffed toy that is common can be transformed into into a fantastic toy due to being given with a mother’s love is like small magic in itself. If you have doubt, the toxin removes the magic. Thus, magic is only real when you believe it is.
– Ange says not all magic is bad as Maria also believes. There is good magic. She restates that there is no Beato ruling the island at night, and what is happening is some other phenomenon people are assigning to Beato as the cause. Beato is the convenient generic excuse for the incidences. It is only in such an environment can the existence of Beato be believed in.
– ANGE SAYS THAT BEATO EXISTS ONLY BECAUSE PEOPLE THINKS SHE DOES, AND THIS ALL ACCUMULATES IN 1986. THE BELIEF IN BEATO MASKS THE IDENTITY OF THE TRUE CULPRIT. THIS PERSON IS HUMAN.
– Featherine asks if she’s simply going to omit Beato as a possibility. Ange is silent.


The back cover of the EP6 packet? I spy two Beatos, the return of witch!Maria, Virgilia and Ange, Kumasawa and Beato and Erika vs. Maria?

REAL OR FAKE?

On one hand… they looks RIDICULOUS. On the other hand… it’s Ryukishi. (And there’s already “fanart” of them?)
Do I really want to post that cap of Erika in the wedding dress…?


Rumor has it that Kanon’s real name is Yoshiya/Joshua?


Kanon and Jessica admitting their love for each other…




[…] Beatrice is calling Battler “Daddy”” /SCREAMS
EDIT: This is apparently a piece (not the real Beato) made by Battler. She also refers to herself in the third person.
EDIT2: Battler has not just created 1 piece!Beato but many. Or at least, more than 2?


Then is THIS the real Beato?😮 And piece!Beato calls suit!Beato “onee-sama”… :|a


She mentions Mariage Sorciere I think..



WHAT.





Okay, I originally didn’t even bother saving these because I was SO sure they were fake but… apparently there’s confirmation for this gal too!? Whatever, if it’s fake go on and laugh at me while I laugh at myself. Anyway, her name is Hachijou Tooya but her witch name is Featherine Augustus Aurora. au au au…




Zepar and Furfur? They’re actually kind of cute.. WHICH ONE IS THE TRAP?
And they’re also two of the 72 demons of hell like Gaap and Ronove.




Funny how the characters I always initially think are ridiculous end up becoming my favorites. I love these two already…





So George apparently ‘disowned’ his own mother and suddenly Evatrice???


“Your first step? Don’t make me laugh! You know, you still haven’t even so much as been BORN!! This isn’t to ensnare and trap you, it’s not my web… To affectionately nurture you, the very inside of my WOMB is what it iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis!


“At least. I wanted them just to recognize my child. It had seemed like Rudolf had planned to do that too. The hospital promptly investigated, and even though Asumu-san’s child’s birth was nearing,he came valiantly back to me. Even though his real wife was over there. I’m an awful person, really…”

“That’s funny. You were threatening me, weren’t you? Do you think you can just walk away now?”
“For your information, I’m a coward, so it’s not really my intention to sneak-attack ya… … I thought that I’d end it in one shot while you still didn’t understand what was going on, while you couldn’t even comprehend the pain of the situation, but…”

“This is a nightmare, isn’t it……? This is… a nightmare, isn’t it………? I’m begging you, say that it is……!!”

JESSICA KILLS KYRIE FFFFF I’M GONNA FLIP A TABLE.

“There’s no way that can be! How could this be a suicide!? Uuuoooooo… Battlerrrrrrrr…” RUDOOOLF ;3;


First Twilight murders:
George kills Eva
Jessica kills Kyrie
Joshua/Kanon kills Rosa
Shannon kills Natsuhi (?)


“Sever it! The culprit might be hiding!”
“Gohda, DO IT!”


“Ushiromiya Rosa

Corpse was discovered in the parlor (can also be read “guest room,” but I’m guessing parlor, since no particular guest room is specified).

Erika Furudo did not inspect much. Details of cause of death is unknown.”

MILFS (and Battler & Maria) ARE DEAD. THE TWO PAIRS OFF LOVERS ARE THE KILLERS.


MEN ARE IN CHARGE. Go get your revenge, fellas. I salute you. ;3;


“… Thank you…… …… I……. I’m fighting seriously… I’m fighting with all my power, so…… so……. I’ll definitely beat you, so………. so…… if the time ever comes that you win, ……with all your power, ……please utterly crush me… Hic…… I’m begging you…… don’t leave behind… a single piece of trash……… … … hic…….!”



“Beatrice chose Natsushi as a sacrifice.

This was revenge against “Battler”.”

“Asumu had a son named Battler, but we don’t know what happened to him.
Then we have our Battler who wasn’t born from Asumu.

The Battler that Asumu had was given away to Natsuhi, while our Battler was born from Kyrie and given to Asumu somehow.

But Natsuhi killed that Battler.”

YAAAAY!! Kyrie is Battler’s real mother!?😀


“…There is. I wonder how many years I’ve been imprisoned. It might’ve been better if I’d faithfully counted like Bern does… No, I think it’s right not to count. It’s because Bern counted that she broke…”

“Yeah… about her, she’s a merciless person, isn’t she. Even though she was supposed to make the game herself, somewhere along the way, she stopped understanding her goal. Her start and her goals were joined to each other. Like donuts. She created a broken game of dice…”

“It’s something called a ‘logic error,’ right. What could she do to reach her goals? In her own sugoroku (Note: I called this “dice” last time, but it’s a particular children’s dice game, and given the context, I’m going to leave it as sugoroku this time), she couldn’t describe that logically. And so, with that broken sugoroku game, she never had any goals.”

“She spent way too long in that hell, and it was too cruel for her. And her heart was completely smashed. And so she became such a malicious and cruel witch. You too – if you could choose, you wouldn’t want something like that to happen, right?”

“You don’t understand about Bern at all. And so, no matter how cruel and brutal she may be, even if she’s the worst monster! (Cannot find a meaning for “gerokasu,” so once again, I’m just shooting for the drift ^^) I want to be the only one who understands her true form! …And me too… The only one who understands my true form… is a survivor of hell, that girl. That’s what I think. It seems like your jealous of Bern’s and my relationship, but quit it. Because the hell you think you dived into, compared to the one(s) we crawled out of, took the time of one wink.”


GAAP!! Even with twin trap trolls running around, you’re still my Queen Bee~ ♥
And Dlanor with glasses was feat. as a sprite in EP5 but makes it’s debut appearance here, I guess.


Mentions of a Siesta 127?

And mentions of Siestas 17 and 38.



“It’s okay. I’m coming. Ju–st right.”

While Erika smiled at such an obscenity (O_O …Definitely not sure I’ve got this right), while she ______ed a silver thread from her mouth, she soaked both the ring and her finger.”

Okay so it wasn’t a shoop but it wasn’t Erika marrying Battler either. Rather, Erika fantasizes about marrying Battler…

“in order to become the realm lord again and plots to make him fall for her over Beatrice while trollfacing.”


apparently she’s talking about how she doesn’t understand why she was born or why she fell in love with battler


“We don’t know how many enemies there’re. …But that’s the reason we have guns. Of course, I’ve shot one before! At the Hawaii Marksmanship Center?! I’ll admit that my right to use a gun lapsed after a period of time, but I’ve fired one of the Occupying Forces’ pistols and spoken real sharply too…! The black market in those days was under the thumb of the foreign yakuza,”






Discussing what type of girl Battler’s into (piece!Beato is the one speaking to him?) his response is that he likes girls like Jessica… but doesn’t like Jessica herself. :p


Beato lost against Erika somehow?”
The text is just someone screaming Battler’s name..


“Battler-san. …I’m glad we met.”
“We’ll… always be together.”











“As you’ve lived, you’ve been using love as a plaything, and if it died, you’d fill your stomach with its meat to suit your mood. To you, a cat can be useful twice (This part’s probably an idiom). Die, you monster.”

“[…] limited to fellow monsters.”

Apparently this exchange happens at the end of the game and shit is about to go down.
unconfirmed spoilers
– One of the twins is a guy… I’m hoping this is true. One of the twins is a trap…. we just don’t know which one. Both their profiles say their gender is the opposite of the other so we don’t know which on is the guy and which one is the girl.

updated summary
-Battler revives doll Beatrice with his new endless powers but her personality splits into 2, Full Moe and Full Troll mode.
-Husbandos are on a culprit hunt
-Erika fantasizes about Battler
-New siesta introduced
-Battler finally remembers his past

Comentários»

1. Orendi - 30/12/2009

Spoiler Spoiler *-* Wow adoro ver as novidades aquiii~~ *-*

2. vandakiara - 30/12/2009

fico contente em saber ^^

faço update quando souber mais coisas…

amanha ou depois de amanha ja devo ter acabado de jogar… portanto sei dizer o que é falso e o que não é ^^

3. Orendi - 01/01/2010

Ahhh o jogo *—* eu quero jogar o EP5 mas eu não consigo achar para baixar >.<

4. vandakiara - 01/01/2010

ja mandei e-mail com o link ^^

5. Orendi - 03/01/2010

Wuaaaaaaa arigatou *—* arigatou!! E eba!! Mais spoilers!! ¦D

6. limage - 06/01/2010

adorei!! valeu por postar esses spoilers!!


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