Log Post #3 of 24
Log Post #3 | From: warpio | Posted: 3/25/2014 10:41:00 PMUpdated: 7/26/2017 09:31:53 AM
|Umineko Chiru Episode 5 Tea Party|
So, the Illusion of the Golden witch has disappeared, and the results of all the previous games painted over with a new truth.
Apparently the 7 sisters of purgatory that serve Beatrice, they are fakes that were created in USA... Kinzo was a sucker who paid big bucks for any fake occult object.
Bern gives Erika the temporary title of "Witch of Truth", and has her take over the sealed Rokenjima, to remove all traces of Beato's Illusion of the Witch. The Voyager witches, Lamdadelta and Bernkastel, travel across the countless glittering futures of possibility, and gobble them up... trying to escape their illness called boredom for as long as they can.
I guess some sliver of Natsuhi's truth still remains in ep5... so Erika now has to use ep6 to totally and completely smash the game board.
Then there's the Tea Party of those who are not human...
Umineko Chiru Episode 5 ????
In this place, the concept of death means nothing except that one has stopped thinking... Battler, pierced by the red wedges of Dlanor's execution... Beato goes up to it and says ".... you .... liar"
He recalls that conversation with Dlanor... Knox's Decalogue, the mystery genre's first line of defense... it is the proof that a mystery is solvable with the hints provided for the reader. Although it's supposed to be the opposite of fantasy, this method seems very similar to a Devil's Proof. In the past, Battler has always faught by using a Devil's Proof to imply an unknown element X. But that is anti-mystery.
Humans often refuse to even try reasoning it out because the lack of clues provided make reasoning impossible... that's what Battler did in the 1st game...
It's all uselessThen Beato sneered at him, asking him if he would repeat that over and over in an endless repetition of moves.
Battler is both anti-fantasy and anti-mystery. The reason he stopped thinking in the first game was because of lack of information... but even if he was given information, he would deny the basis of that info's truth. Beato then gave him what he wanted. Information that couldn't be denied. Red truth.
So... without Knox's Decalogue, Red Truth wouldn't be able to exist?
Though riddles are the only holes witches can live within, she began to give you the red truth, a method by which those riddles could be SOLVED.
Isn't this almost as though... Beato herself is admitting... that she isn't really a witch...?Knox's Decalogue means that the one proposing the riddles is forced to display clues which lead to the solution. Beato has not guaranteed that her game follows the Decalogue... but she has declared that there is a chance Battler could win. She has declared that reasoning is possible... but that isn't a guarantee that reasoning is possible for Battler.
Virgilia then guaranteed to Battler with the red truth that Beato wanted him to solve it, so she honestly tried to make the riddles of this game solvable.
The mystery genre's relationship between writer and reader is similar to the relationship between lovers. Both want guarantee that the other loves them before they confess their love. If they both love each other, then they will naturally gain each others trust, and confessions won't be necessary.
Virgilia using that red truth is like a classmate telling you about another person's love for you...
Battler is now learning to trust in Beatrice's words without the red...
If I read this tale as a fantasy... new characters keep showing up, even to the point were demon kings or gods appearing wouldn't be strangeThis thinking violates Knox's 1st.
Knox's 2nd disallows the culprit from using magic... or, that is one interpretation.
Battler starts thinking that if magic can be used at all, then the game isn't solvable... wonders who is the person who sent that message in a bottle after the 1st game... this letter came from a human observer, so there is no guarantee that its description is impartial.
It's possible to doubt even the observer of the story.
Reasoning... is love. If we don't love each other, the reasoning won't start.At the end of the 4th game, Battler went all out in their fight, and won. Beato then entrusted Battler with explaining the tale from there on.
It doesn't matter who the game master is anymore. All I need is to search for the truth in Beato's game.Battler must find the who, how, and why.
Without love, the truth... cannot be seen...
Battler reached the truth, but he wasn't able to do it while Beato was still in this world...
You aren't the one who's been forcing an endless torture on someone else. It's me...! I've been the one putting you through a cruel torture...!Beato, just like Kinzo, prayed and bet on the power of a miracle... Suddenly, the red sword in Battler's chest turned gold, and he pulled it out, requested a retrial.
Lamdadelta, witch of certainty:
I acknowledge it... Ushiromiya Battler...! I acknowledge you as the new Golden Witch... no, as the new Endless Sorcerer!He's made his way to the innermost depths of all truths. he's reached the position of the game's master, taking Erika's role from her.
Battler spoke in red:
I can construct a theory with someone other than Natsuhi as the culprit.Even if Erika's truth is impossible to disprove, it won't be enough to deny Battler's truth either. His red counter's Dlanor's blue.
It's possible to show a different truth using a different interpretation!!Then he uses blue:
What if the baby from 19 years ago was among us since the very beginning? For example, what if it was me?!To repel Knox's 8th, he declares that the 4th game showed him a clue that points to Battler, and 1st and 5th game showed his dad hiding something from him.
It has not been specified that the time of death was between 24:00 and 1:00.
It was possible for the crime to be committed after the time that Battler discovered it.This time, Ronove shows up to block Erika's red truth.
I'll leave her to you. Teach her that you can't destroy everything with a single, arrogant truth.Then the red truth about Kinzo reappears to destroy Erika's theory.
Kinzo doesn't exist. Therefore, the way for the bodies to disappear in your theory is a failure.Virgilia's blue divine spear skewered Erika.
The 7 sisters of Purgatory jump in, and declare with the red that none of the corpses were never moved after their death.
This is what you get for playing around in the witches' darkness. Know that, Furudo Erika.Battler became a sorcerer, by using the power of gold that Beato gave him. The witches seal Battler's red truth, declaring that he must prove it using human evidence.
Battler uses the gold truth:
I guarantee that this corpse is Ushiromiya Kinzo's corpse.The gold truth can only be used by the game master himself.
Natsuhi oba-san is pure and faithful! I won't permit this vulgar tale you're all so fond of!!Erika revises her truth to not use Kinzo...
Dlanor's Red Key of Judgement, and Blue Key of Reflection...
Battler and Dlanor declare that both his and her truths are effective, but while neither truth can be denied, neither is certain. Because there has been no decision, there is still darkness for the Illusion of the Witch to exist.
Battler declares in normal text that only he will be permitted to expose that darkness.
Bern gives Erika a chance to fight Battler in the 6th game.
Come at me with all you've got!! Furudo Erikaaaaaaaaa!!!Erika's title of the 6th game, "Checkmate of the Golden Witch", gets changed to...