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29th Jul '16 1:58:58 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* As for the BigBad Najimu Ajimi, well, let's see... Immortal?Check. Has an overwhelming number of different powers?Check. Can negate her enemies abilities?Check. Can read other people's minds?Check. Can be anywhere, anytime? Check....In the end, Najimu is one of the most evident [[GameBreaker game breakers]] in manga history, possibly. There's no possible way she can be defeated in a battle against the characters, except maybe for Medaka, as she already mentioned(although this can simply be DangerouslyGenreSavvy). As a matter of comparation, Kumagawa was able to ''erase the world'' with his ability, and couldn't beat her. The best he ever could do was to seal her powers, an act that has been apparently losing its effectiveness...This way, she's going either to change her ways and leave the main cast alone(which can really happen, if Medaka bests her both in arguments, or in the election), or win, and then in a would-be quite spectacular twist, resign from her victory, and leave. But battle-wise, she's physically invincible.

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* As for the BigBad Najimu Ajimi, well, let's see... Immortal?Check. Has an overwhelming number of different powers?Check. Can negate her enemies abilities?Check. Can read other people's minds?Check. Can be anywhere, anytime? Check....In the end, Najimu is one of the most evident [[GameBreaker game breakers]] in manga history, possibly. There's no possible way she can be defeated in a battle against the characters, except maybe for Medaka, as she already mentioned(although this can simply be DangerouslyGenreSavvy).mentioned. As a matter of comparation, Kumagawa was able to ''erase the world'' with his ability, and couldn't beat her. The best he ever could do was to seal her powers, an act that has been apparently losing its effectiveness...This way, she's going either to change her ways and leave the main cast alone(which can really happen, if Medaka bests her both in arguments, or in the election), or win, and then in a would-be quite spectacular twist, resign from her victory, and leave. But battle-wise, she's physically invincible.
23rd Mar '16 9:32:17 AM Prfnoff
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All of the youkai in NurarihyonNoMago have the same two colored hair that Zenkichi does, so maybe his ridiculous ability to not die comes not from hard work, but from being a youkai. I mean, what Normal could survive being impaled in the back by seven or eight weapons?

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All of the youkai in NurarihyonNoMago ''Manga/NuraRiseOfTheYokaiClan'' have the same two colored hair that Zenkichi does, so maybe his ridiculous ability to not die comes not from hard work, but from being a youkai. I mean, what Normal could survive being impaled in the back by seven or eight weapons?
19th Jun '15 9:07:23 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Ajimi is a personification of the [[KaraNoKyoukai Void]]]]

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[[WMG: Ajimi is a personification of the [[KaraNoKyoukai [[LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai Void]]]]
11th Jun '14 4:07:03 PM TastySauce
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* This seems to be a theme in Nisio's works. ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'', ''{{Katanagatari}}''...fighting is ultimately meaningless in them too.

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* This seems to be a theme in Nisio's works. ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'', ''{{Katanagatari}}''...''LightNovel/{{Katanagatari}}''...fighting is ultimately meaningless in them too.


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22nd Jan '14 8:11:48 AM EarlCrimsonbeard
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* More or less Confirmed by the last chapter of the Manga. The note that Ajimu leaves on her card from the Hundred Flowers Run Arc is an invitation to play again, and everyone else seems to take this as absolute confirmation that she's still alive. Not that many of the characters ever believed she really could die anyway.
14th Nov '13 4:38:44 PM Mechamorph
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* Not exactly hallucination, but still make-believe games. In the epilogue, it even states they lost their powers when growing up, "as if they didn't need them any more". Why? Because they were actually a huge group of anti-social kids (often highly gifted kids, who can't connect to others of their age) who couldn't make friends (it's said quite often that both Abnormals and Minuses have troubles with that) who instead make up fantasy stories, and then start connecting with each other over them.

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* Not exactly hallucination, but still make-believe games. In the epilogue, it even states they lost their powers when growing up, "as if they didn't need them any more". Why? Because they were actually a huge group of anti-social kids (often highly gifted kids, who can't connect to others of their age) who couldn't make friends (it's said quite often that both Abnormals and Minuses have troubles with that) who instead make up fantasy stories, and then start connecting with each other over them.them.

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[[WMG: Mogana's ''real'' married surname is Kumagawa.]]
Although Kikaijima probably uses a different surname in public, there is a LOT of ShipTease between Kikaijima and Kumagawa during the Naked Apron alliance. It also explains why Kumagawa Misogi is hiding from everyone else; he would break the promise he made during the Graduation Ceremony if the others found out that he was finally ''happy''.
11th Sep '13 7:02:36 AM Yakumo_Fuji
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He warmed up to their game eventually, at least.

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He warmed up to their game eventually, at least.least.
* Not exactly hallucination, but still make-believe games. In the epilogue, it even states they lost their powers when growing up, "as if they didn't need them any more". Why? Because they were actually a huge group of anti-social kids (often highly gifted kids, who can't connect to others of their age) who couldn't make friends (it's said quite often that both Abnormals and Minuses have troubles with that) who instead make up fantasy stories, and then start connecting with each other over them.
5th Jun '13 8:10:05 AM Handlerofjustice
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It would make sense since he has been the only thing ever she couldn't win against.

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It would make sense since he has been the only thing ever she couldn't win against.against.

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[[WMG: Everything in the series was a mass hallucination event.]]
They were all kids just playing with superpowers. Iihiko shows what happens when you try to use those "powers" against a violent thug who doesn't care for the rules.
He warmed up to their game eventually, at least.
30th Jan '13 2:15:24 PM CapFox
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Presumably, Ajimu has fought Ishiko thousands of times, give or take a few hundred, over both their existences. And Ajimu apparently lost every single one of them. Now, it would make sense that a few of these fights ended in her death. And it would make sense that out of her quadrillions of skills, one of them would be able to defy Ishiko's and bring her back to life.

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Presumably, Ajimu has fought Ishiko thousands of times, give or take a few hundred, over both their existences. And Ajimu apparently lost every single one of them. Now, it would make sense that a few of these fights ended in her death. And it would make sense that out of her quadrillions of skills, one of them would be able to defy Ishiko's and bring her back to life.life.
* Iihiko doesn't have a skill and Hanten'in mentioned that Ajimu was never outright killed by Iihiko before.
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[[WMG: Ajimu's next goal was to defeat Iihiko]]
It would make sense since he has been the only thing ever she couldn't win against.
18th Jan '13 7:14:06 PM lowsoman
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** Sidenote: All Pluses and Minuses are classified as Abnormals. Plus/Minus is a sub-catagory.
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