Hagino is the original Ai.
Hagino is half human.where are they now? There are
- They opened the Door to a New World.
- They came unstuck in time.
- They came unstuck the other way.
- They ended up a hundred and fifty-four years in their past and met samurai.
- They are Walking the Earth.
- They Fight Crime!.
- They are students at Seven Voices Academy.
- They joined the SOS-Dan.
- They were thrown 1000 years into their future and joined the resistance.
- They are members of the X-Men.
- They met a man with a madman with a box.
- They work for Torchwood.
- They are a part of section 9.
- They attendAlice Academy
- They net battle.
- They became warriors of the organization.
- They are players in THE WORLD.
- They frequent the Time of Eve.
- They became members of the military of Amestris.
- They became ninja of Konoha.
- They are drinking vodka with Balalaika from time to time.
- The became either the secretaries of Rebecca or the pirates of Don Karnage, arrrrr!!
- They became members of the Future Gadget Lab and teasing Okarin and Kurisu to no end.
- They are students at the DWMA.
- They are flying Striker Units with a bunch of Ambiguously Gay witches.
- They were flung through a time portal into the future and now are fools seeking to return to the past to undo the future that is Aku.
Yui is Hagino and Mari's descendantMari and Hagino did this and that, leading to Mari getting pregnant. Yui could be as close a descendant as being their grandchild, since it's indicated that the Arume can become very old, which might also apply to their hybrid offspring.
- Jossed, Yui's parents are identified in the radio drama.
The Arume actually don't need men for their species to surviveWhile it is a popular theory amongst some Arume in Tenshi no Bokura, it's shown in the original manga that the Arume are still a fully functioning species 1000 years later with no ill effects even though they still have no men. In that time, it seems they've either found a scientific fix or they've evolved one naturally.
The Blue Drop universe was one of the customers that lost the bid to have Gordon Freeman save it.
- Dr. Breen let it gleefully slip that Gordon's services were available to "the highest bidder," Combine dominated Earth won it from the Blue Dropverse, whose resident Arume would find a lot of crowbars speeding down the hallway at them.
The Arume do need men for their species to survive, but not right now, or in the near futureWhatever genetic decay makes retrieving Arume men neccesary is ridiculously slow, so much so that they have thousands of years to decide; until then they'll just have a steadily-but-very-slowly increasing rate of genetic disease/problems and congenital birth defects, probably a few tenths or hundredths of a percent per decade, so a thousand years later it still isn't that noticable, and is easily mistaken for environmentally-caused problems; as the problem is so slow to develop, most Arume in the know don't see it as being worth it to change things. Being that those in the know are major leaders, they know that if they do change things they'll face major opposition, because its simply too long-term a problem for anybody to seriously worry about compared to the inherent desire to maintain the status quo. Eventually- far into the future when peace exists between humans and Arume, thousands of years after even the one-thousand-years-later series, the incidence rate of defects and problems will climb high enough that the populace will get restless and angry and some enterprising Arume politician will bring out the "men" solution and pretend its a new revolutionary idea- it having been kept secret just so they could reasonably try and claim that- and things will move naturally from there to a better ending.
- A secondary consideration is that that the process of restoring men to their kind may be quite a slow one and that, given how some feel about the concept, it might well be very necessary to hide the fact that Arume men could be restored from all but a carefully-vetted few until a sufficient number exist to reduce the effectiveness of an attempt to permanently eliminate them. A thousand years might not be sufficient, especially if their leadership is quite determined to ensure that there are enough men that they will not be easily returned to being a single-gender race.