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2nd Jul '17 10:00:36 PM raziel365
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[[spoiler: and bagging on her "brother" Tota for being a terrible clone is exactly what [[PsychologicalProjection someone with a complex about being a terrible clone]] would do. Assuming she's also a clone of Negi/Nagi (or believes she is) she must be an even worse clone than Tota because she's the wrong gender with the wrong hair and skin color, doesn't have ME (or hasn't mastered it), and even admits her sword(s) is(are) a copy of Negi's sword.]]

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[[spoiler: and And bagging on her "brother" Tota for being a terrible clone is exactly what [[PsychologicalProjection someone with a complex about being a terrible clone]] would do. Assuming she's also a clone of Negi/Nagi (or believes she is) she must be an even worse clone than Tota because she's the wrong gender with the wrong hair and skin color, doesn't have ME (or hasn't mastered it), and even admits her sword(s) is(are) a copy of Negi's sword.]]




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* Confirmed, somewhat, [[spoiler: Touta is the only succesful clone of Negi and Asuna out of 72, so her skillset means she is one of the failed ones.]]



** Confirmed in a way. [[spoiler: Al makes note that Eva might have been attracted to Nagi due to his simialrities with Touta.]] However also Jossed because [[spoiler:it also makes it clear that her love for Negi was largely unrelated to Touta, since Negi and him are two very different people in terms of everything aside from looks.]]

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** Confirmed in a way. [[spoiler: Al makes note that Eva might have been attracted to Nagi due to his simialrities similarities with Touta.]] However also Jossed because [[spoiler:it also makes it clear that her love for Negi was largely unrelated to Touta, since Negi and him are two very different people in terms of everything aside from looks.]]




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* Jossed: [[spoiler: kissing Touta allows them to stop time.]]



As of Chapter 109, we have two flashback pages that evidence this. She had a teacher who she adored more than Evangeline. Within the first panel, we have the image of a cross. On the next panel, we see Karin following a man with long hair. She apparently betrayed said man and hung her self, consistent with the tale of Judas.

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As of Chapter 109, we have two flashback pages that evidence this. She had a teacher who she adored more than Evangeline. Within the first panel, we have the image of a cross. On the next panel, we see Karin following a man with long hair. She apparently betrayed said man and hung her self, herself, consistent with the tale of Judas.




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* Confirmed, in a disturbing way, [[spoiler: as disciples of the Lifemaker, they are granted inmortality/resurrection like those back in Negima]]
14th Jun '17 1:09:58 AM chad001
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*** Chapter 137 seems to point to something similar to thins.
9th May '17 10:26:33 PM Gamermaster
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* This is certainly possible but Eva would've likely been able to tell if this was the case. After all she knew Fate wasn't human after their first meeting.

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* This is certainly possible but Eva would've likely been able to tell if this was the case. After all she knew Fate wasn't human after their first meeting.meeting.
** [[spoiler:Jossed. They're actually acting as a sort of buffer to keep Negi's mind from being entirely consumed by the Lifemaker.]]
6th Apr '17 11:09:10 AM ruiqi22
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Konoka and Setsuna cloned themselves (possibly with DNA from the other like how Touta is a Negi clone with Asuna's DNA) to make Honoka and Isana, or they were told to do so so that their unique power sets wouldn't be lost. They used similar technology to make Touta, which is why Honoka and Isana refer to him as a brother and why he has the Konoe last name; Konoka's healing magic was what kept him alive so he wouldn't be like the other failed clones. Or maybe his fake parents didn't know anything about his immortality and he was just named Konoe to pretend to be their son, but then why would Honoka and Isana refer to him like that?

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Konoka and Setsuna cloned themselves (possibly with DNA from the other like how Touta is a Negi clone with Asuna's DNA) to make Honoka and Isana, or they were told to do so so that their unique power sets wouldn't be lost. They used similar technology to make Touta, which is why Honoka and Isana refer to him as a brother and why he has the Konoe last name; Konoka's healing magic was what kept him alive so he wouldn't be die like the other failed clones. Or maybe his fake parents didn't know anything about his immortality and he was just named Konoe to pretend to be their son, but then why would Honoka and Isana refer to him like that?
clones.
6th Apr '17 11:07:50 AM ruiqi22
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[[WMG: The Konoes and Touta's Last Name]]

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[[WMG: The Konoes and Touta's Last Name]]Touta]]
6th Apr '17 9:58:36 AM ruiqi22
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[[WMG: The Konoes and Touta's Last Name]]
Konoka and Setsuna cloned themselves (possibly with DNA from the other like how Touta is a Negi clone with Asuna's DNA) to make Honoka and Isana, or they were told to do so so that their unique power sets wouldn't be lost. They used similar technology to make Touta, which is why Honoka and Isana refer to him as a brother and why he has the Konoe last name; Konoka's healing magic was what kept him alive so he wouldn't be like the other failed clones. Or maybe his fake parents didn't know anything about his immortality and he was just named Konoe to pretend to be their son, but then why would Honoka and Isana refer to him like that?
26th Oct '16 10:49:15 PM JapaneseTeeth
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** Then again, she also mentions that Nagi had a harem of a hundred women, and that Negi was capable of impregnating women at a glance, so her statements should probably be taken with a grain of salt.
11th Oct '16 9:36:16 PM GreatKeith
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It seems out of character for many of her old enemies to suddenly join her just because she's possessing [[spoiler:Negi]], especially when they're barely any older looking than their appearances in ''Negima''. It's possible that she can base her constructs off any powerful mage she encounters, including her enemies.

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It seems out of character for many of her old enemies to suddenly join her just because she's possessing [[spoiler:Negi]], especially when they're barely any older looking than their appearances in ''Negima''. It's possible that she can base her constructs off any powerful mage she encounters, including her enemies.enemies.
* This is certainly possible but Eva would've likely been able to tell if this was the case. After all she knew Fate wasn't human after their first meeting.
9th Oct '16 5:30:45 PM Bugfragged
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Not necessarily through Suu's Mad Science or anything, but somewhere along the lines their families merged. Which is why she bears such a huge resemblance to her namesake while having all the gadgeteer genius of Suu.

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Not necessarily through Suu's Mad Science or anything, but somewhere along the lines their families merged. Which is why she bears such a huge resemblance to her namesake while having all the gadgeteer genius of Suu.Suu.

[[WMG: Most of the Lifemaker's current allies are actually constructs.]]
It seems out of character for many of her old enemies to suddenly join her just because she's possessing [[spoiler:Negi]], especially when they're barely any older looking than their appearances in ''Negima''. It's possible that she can base her constructs off any powerful mage she encounters, including her enemies.
9th Oct '16 10:25:47 AM Hollownerox
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** Confirmed in a way. [[spoiler: Touta isn't actually a relative of Negi's, but a clone of him]].
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