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12th May '18 2:15:54 PM heatnini
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Accelerator is Sloth (makes sense once you see how he lives), Kakine is Envy, Mikoto is Pride, Mugino is Greed, Misaki is Gluttony, #6 (thought by many to be Aogami Pierce) is Lust, and Guhna is Wrath.

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Accelerator is Sloth (makes sense once you see how he lives), Kakine is Envy, Mikoto is Pride, Mugino is Greed, Misaki is Gluttony, #6 (thought by many to be Aogami Pierce) is Lust, and Guhna is Wrath.Wrath.

[[WMG: MirrorUniverse Concepts]]

Let's come up with a MirrorUniverse
*Accelerator is dating Mikoto. They met because he saved her sister from a car accident.
*Superpowers didn't exist until Touma came in where he has the power to give people super-powers. He used the alias DISCORD online and he's obessed with causing choas. He's also BornLucky.
15th Nov '17 6:15:27 AM UchuuFlamenco
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[[WMG:Mikoto is actually a [[MoeAnthropomorphism younger female]] [[MortalKombat Raiden]].]]

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[[WMG:Mikoto is actually a [[MoeAnthropomorphism younger female]] [[MortalKombat [[Franchise/MortalKombat Raiden]].]]
6th Oct '17 2:28:37 AM azbyc15243
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[[WMG:Aiwass is the true BigBad]]
All of Aiwass' behavior - giving Aleister knowledge, letting Aleister summon and capture it, showing minor interest in humans - is merely a facade to distract everyone else. It's actually a pure example of a [[JerkassGods Jerkass God]], sadistic and desiring power for the sake of power. Aiwass originally chose Aleister to act as a tool, because of his hardships during his early life. It manipulated him into constantly failing at everything, so that it could enjoy his suffering. Since he had always been failing to begin with, Aleister never suspected a thing. This is why Aleister never succeeded at anything despite all his talents. Aiwass was responsible for Aleister's drive to wipe out the Magic Gods and magic, in order to remove potential competitors. Because of its [[ObfuscatingStupidity strange behavior]], it managed to fool the Magic Gods into thinking that it wasn't a threat, hence why they referred to it as a "failure".

In this theory, Aiwass doesn't actually think anything of humans, contrary to what it claims. It would therefore ultimately be defeated thanks to the efforts of humans (to add further insult to injury, completely normal humans like Shiage would play an important role in this).

[[WMG:Imagine Breaker and World Rejector did not originate from the collective will of magicians]]
Imagine Breaker is described as arising from the collective desire of magicians (Magic Gods in particular) for a standard that would let them return the world to normal. This is seemingly supported by Othinus using Imagine Breaker in such a fashion. Following on from this, it's claimed that World Rejector came into existence when the Magic Gods grew dissatisfied with Touma and Imagine Breaker. However, it's important to note that when Ollerus first explained his opinions about Imagine Breaker, he explicitly states that this is just one way it could be used, and that its true origin may be something else. And while plenty of other knowledgeable characters have claimed that the powers have this origin, all of them have been proven to be far from omniscient. Othinus didn't know about the existence of the other Magic Gods, the other Magic Gods didn't expect that Aleister could remove their immortality nor did they know about World Rejector (at first), and Aleister never figured out that Lola Stuart was actually his daughter possessed by Coronzon.

In that case, what exactly are these powers? Given that both of them apparently choose their possessors, they are probably sapient beings. Imagine Breaker may be the white dragon that has occasionally appeared when the right hand is severed (this assumes that it is a separate entity from the "Invisible Thing"). World Rejector may actually be a demon. Coronzon, another demon, is the first to know about the power's existence (as suggested at the end of NT Volume 12) and manipulates Kakeru via Fran.
26th Aug '17 5:54:07 PM azbyc15243
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In this theory, the dragon that appeared in Volume 2 [[spoiler:and in Chapter 69 of ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun]] is a separate entity, possibly the source of Imagine Breaker (given that the ability is apparently intelligent and chooses its wielder).

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In this theory, the dragon that appeared in Volume 2 [[spoiler:and in Chapter 69 of ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun]] ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'']] is a separate entity, possibly the source of Imagine Breaker (given that the ability is apparently intelligent and chooses its wielder).




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* Confirmed by New Testament Volume 11, though not in the way suggested above. [[spoiler:He has retrograde and anterograde amnesia specifically pertaining to Misaki, but not to anyone or anything else]].




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* The "Laura Stuart" part of this has been Jossed by New Testament Volume 18, which also revealed that her name is more accurately translated as "Lola". [[spoiler:She's actually Aleister's daughter, Lola Zaza Crowley, though she's been possessed by Coronzon for the entire series]].
25th Aug '17 9:41:49 PM azbyc15243
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[[WMG: The so-called "Invisible Thing" is Touma's original personality and power]]
Prior to the start of the series, he [[spoiler:fought and defeated gods and demons using the exact same method employed against Othinus in NT Volume 9, becoming known as "The One Who Purifies Gods and Slays Demons". As that volume shows, the reality-warping powers of Magic Gods mean that even universe-destroying battles can leave no lasting consequences. However, he became too invested in the role, wanting to ensure that every person could get along [[WellIntentionedExtremist no matter the cost]]. Eventually, he was defeated, but not killed. Perhaps noone wanted to kill him, or perhaps he'd gained CompleteImmortality somehow. Instead, his power was sealed by convincing him he was a normal human. This is why he continually insists that he's a normal high school student in the series, no matter how extreme the situation he's in. It's also why, when the "Invisible Thing" emerged during World War III, he was able to force it back inside him (as it's his own power to begin with). The reason why the "Invisible Thing" has been beaten twice is because Touma is restraining it/himself. The High Priest's constant attempts to make him use his true power were to try and force him to remember his past.]]

It's harder to explain Aleister's understanding of the situation. My theory is that he's not nearly as knowledgeable as he thinks, as shown when he was unaware of [[spoiler:Lola being his daughter, possessed by Coronzon]]. He heard the name "The One Who Purifies Gods and Slays Demons", but didn't know much else aside from [[spoiler:them being capable of defeating gods]]. He inscribed the name on the Anti-Art Attachment, perhaps considering it a lucky charm for his [[spoiler:anti-god weapon]], while DramaticallyMissingThePoint about the original person.

In this theory, the dragon that appeared in Volume 2 [[spoiler:and in Chapter 69 of ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun]] is a separate entity, possibly the source of Imagine Breaker (given that the ability is apparently intelligent and chooses its wielder).

The final arc of the series will begin when Touma realizes the truth and regains his original personality and memories. He'll then become the final boss, but without any dramatic shifts in his personality, making the final battle a case of GoodVersusGood.
6th Nov '16 7:30:36 AM ABoredPerson
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[[WMG: Touma's School is not really for lower level students]]
-His school is not actually for low powered espers, but for students whose powers are so different from the media or hard to understand that scientist just give up in them and throw them all together, while the other schools have electromasters, aerohands, and teleporters; Toumaís high school has a guy that negate all supernatural phenomena, another one that is the only functional esper magic hybrid in the world, a vampire hunter even an eternal loli-like teacher!

*The only reason Sogita Gunha donít go to the same school is because he is one of the only two level five who is not a sociopath, murderer or outright insane so they have to showcase him in a school with a higher budget
11th Jul '16 12:01:00 PM PointlessCries
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*His name. This idea was born from the meaningful names section, where it gets a mention that Kamijou Touma can mean "The Person Superior To God", "Invisible Demon", and "He Who Purifies God And Exorcises The Devil." Touma is kind of hacking into the world and hooking himself up to these things. His Imagine Breaker is actually the exorcism and purification abilities mentioned, the Invisible Thing is actually the Invisible Demon portion and the part where he sucks it back in is the Superior bit. And as for the bad luck thing, well, let's just say that Fate is pissed.
20th May '16 1:22:19 PM ultimomant
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-which represents 'Reality' and the other right hand paired with it, [[spoiler:World Rejecter]] from NT13 is [[spoiler:Eden/Paradise]], which contain the 'Ideal'.

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-which represents 'Reality' and the other right hand paired with it, [[spoiler:World Rejecter]] from NT13 NT 13 is [[spoiler:Eden/Paradise]], which contain the 'Ideal'.



[[WMG: Those who could defy the [[spoiler: World Rejector]]]]
Thanks to the character development he had gone through by the end of the Othinus arc thanks to what he went through to defeat her, and the words of the Will of the Misaka Network and Mikoto herself, Touma may be able to resist the [[spoiler: World Rejector]]'s power, where everyone else would either want to be with certain people or have too many regrets. This is because the way World Rejector works is that it absorbs people into what they see as their ideal world. Othinus may be able to see right through it herself, but is just as likely to succumb to it. Mikoto, meanwhile, should she ever discover the lengths Touma has truly been through, may be able to break through the illusion as well, the moment she realizes the Touma in her "ideal world" isn't going to save a girl that isn't her, like she would want.

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[[WMG: Those who could defy the [[spoiler: World Rejector]]]]
Rejecter]]]]
Thanks to the character development he had gone through by the end of the Othinus arc thanks to what he went through to defeat her, and the words of the Will of the Misaka Network and Mikoto herself, Touma may be able to resist the [[spoiler: World Rejector]]'s Rejecter]]'s power, where everyone else would either want to be with certain people or have too many regrets. This is because the way World Rejector Rejecter works is that it absorbs people into what they see as their ideal world. Othinus may be able to see right through it herself, but is just as likely to succumb to it. Mikoto, meanwhile, should she ever discover the lengths Touma has truly been through, may be able to break through the illusion as well, the moment she realizes the Touma in her "ideal world" isn't going to save a girl that isn't her, like she would want.
8th Jan '16 11:20:04 AM Willbyr
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* I am pretty sure this was even lampshaded by Kuuko in her own 'verse, when she was on a fake date with Mahiro. [[spoiler: She told Mahiro that they should have a child named Kuroko, and that if he's a boy, they'll have him [[KurokonoBasuke play basketball]] and if it's a girl, to send her to Academy City.]]

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* I am pretty sure this was even lampshaded by Kuuko in her own 'verse, when she was on a fake date with Mahiro. [[spoiler: She told Mahiro that they should have a child named Kuroko, and that if he's a boy, they'll have him [[KurokonoBasuke [[Manga/KurokonoBasuke play basketball]] and if it's a girl, to send her to Academy City.]]
29th Dec '15 9:25:58 PM Willbyr
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* So, it's basically a [[{{Nasuverse}} Marble]] [[{{Tsukihime}} Phantasam]]?

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* So, it's basically a [[{{Nasuverse}} [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Marble]] [[{{Tsukihime}} [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} Phantasam]]?
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