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* [[spoiler: Jossed. Her eye power was derived from her family's emotional treatment of her, being the daughter of her rich father's second wife.]]

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* [[spoiler: Jossed. Her eye power was derived from her family's emotional treatment of her, being the daughter of her rich father's second wife.mistress.]]


He realized that Momo was the younger sister of one of his daughter's friends, and took and interest in her because of that.

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He realized that Momo was the younger sister of one of his daughter's friends, and took and interest in her because of that.that.

[[WMG: Marry and Shion don't actually age slower, it's the passage of time inside their house that's slower.]]
Episode 10 of the anime shows a child Shion with her mother Azami and human father Tsukihiko. The issue being that Tsukihiko doesn't seem to have aged much since first meeting Azami, even though he should either be an old man or long dead by now. Later, Shion and Marry live in the house together, and Marry's father is stated to have died a long time ago. Marry is physically 4 at the time, and 40 chronologically. Assuming Shion is somewhere between 20-30 when she had Marry, and her husband was of a similar age, 40 years would've likely been an insufficient amount of time for him to die of natural causes, suggesting he died of different means rather than simply old age.
According to the backstory, the reason Azami created the Heat-Haze Days was because she was afraid of losing her loved ones to time, and wanted to create a place where they could all be together forever. Inside this Heat-Haze, Ayano never aged. If Azami is able to create a dimension where time completely stops, it's possible that she can make an area of our world move through time at a much slower pace. Inside this area, time moves at 1/10th of the rate the rest of the world does, which would explain why Tsukihiko still had a youthful appearance when Shion was a child. Marry is also visibly younger in the flashbacks in the manga, having a less mature face, and being shorter than Ayano, Kido, Seto, and Kano, who were all children at the time. In the story, she moves out of her forest house and in with Seto and his family, which, if this theory is true, would allow her to begin aging normally.
If this is all true, and time is only slow inside of Marry's house, then that would at least ease the worries of Marry outliving her friends by several centuries.



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** All versions of the story imply that neither Haruka's nor Takane's deaths were due to their illnesses, but due to Kenjirou's snake.



** [[spoiler:The first part is confirmed.]]

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** [[spoiler:The first part Jossed. The novels show that, while Kano was angry at Shintaro immediately after Ayano's death, he thinks Shintaro is confirmed.]]
a good person and doesn't actually hate him.




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** Confirmed. The snake said in both the anime and novels that Kenjirou is not aware of the snake's actions.




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** Jossed. Ene's powers let her project her consciousness, and are the reason her mind is online. Azami showed a different version of it in the seventh novel.



* Episode 11's opening scene provides a possible new interpretation for Shintaro's suicide in Routes where he never left the house: that is, after killing Ene (Episode 11 implies this by showing his phone with a broken screen), [[spoiler:Shintaro finally triggers his Eye Power and his Snake emerges and talks to him. He remembers exactly what is going to happen to his sister and friends, and reasons that by making his death as painful and traumatic as possible, the next version of himself will get his memories back sooner. The fact that he only goes for the scissors after he realises it's too late for him to stop Kuroha, and his eyes glow red just as he pierces his neck with them seems to support this]].

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* Episode 11's opening scene provides a possible new interpretation for Shintaro's suicide in Routes where he never left the house: that is, after killing Ene (Episode 11 implies this by showing his phone with a broken screen), [[spoiler:Shintaro finally triggers his Eye Power and his Snake emerges and talks to him. He remembers exactly what is going to happen to his sister and friends, and reasons that by making his death as painful and traumatic as possible, the next version of himself will get his memories back sooner. The fact that he only goes for the scissors after he realises it's too late for him to stop Kuroha, and his eyes glow red just as he pierces his neck with them seems to support this]].this]].

[[WMG: The Clearing-eyes Snake worked to have Kenjirou assigned to be Momo's teacher.]]
He found out about Momo's father drowning, and her almost drowning, on August 15. He therefore assumed that Momo has an eye power and wanted to stay close to her.

[[WMG: Kenjirou worked to have himself assigned to be Momo's teacher.]]
He realized that Momo was the younger sister of one of his daughter's friends, and took and interest in her because of that.


[[spoiler:Kano wanted to hide his mother's abuse. He also could have had a crappy school life. He did so by hiding in his toy chest. When the burglars broke in, they didn't stab him, Kano was trying to cover up the truth. He was really suffocated in the chest (albeit with duct tape). The Binding of Isaac is Kano's time loop in the Heat-Haze. Kano's mom was originally the one with the eye power, (hence her legs being HUGE) but Kano claimed it after "killing" her. Kano eventually escaped the heat haze but at the loss of his mom. He got his specific powers because of his imaginary friends he had as well as wanting to hide his mother's abuse.]]

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[[spoiler:Kano wanted to hide his mother's abuse. He also could have had a crappy school life. He did so by hiding in his toy chest. When the burglars broke in, they didn't stab him, Kano was trying to cover up the truth. He was really suffocated in the chest (albeit with duct tape). The Binding of Isaac is Kano's time loop in the Heat-Haze. Kano's mom was originally the one with the eye power, (hence her legs being HUGE) but Kano claimed it after "killing" her. Kano eventually escaped the heat haze but at the loss of his mom. He got his specific powers because of his imaginary friends he had as well as wanting to hide his mother's abuse.]]]]

[[WMG: Shintaro's suicide in certain Routes isn't just about his isolation and guilt.]]
* Episode 11's opening scene provides a possible new interpretation for Shintaro's suicide in Routes where he never left the house: that is, after killing Ene (Episode 11 implies this by showing his phone with a broken screen), [[spoiler:Shintaro finally triggers his Eye Power and his Snake emerges and talks to him. He remembers exactly what is going to happen to his sister and friends, and reasons that by making his death as painful and traumatic as possible, the next version of himself will get his memories back sooner. The fact that he only goes for the scissors after he realises it's too late for him to stop Kuroha, and his eyes glow red just as he pierces his neck with them seems to support this]].


[[WMG: Kido is [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Shizuki Hitomi's]] little sister]]

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[[WMG: Kido is [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Shizuki Hitomi's]] little sister]]


Kano wanted to hide his mother's abuse. He also could have had a crappy school life. He did so by hiding in his toy chest. When the burglars broke in, they didn't stab him, Kano was trying to cover up the truth. He was really suffocated in the chest (albeit with duct tape). The Binding of Isaac is Kano's time loop in the Heat-Haze. Kano's mom was originally the one with the eye power, (hence her legs being HUGE) but Kano claimed it after "killing" her. Kano eventually escaped the heat haze but at the loss of his mom. He got his specific powers because of his imaginary friends he had as well as wanting to hide his mother's abuse.

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Kano [[spoiler:Kano wanted to hide his mother's abuse. He also could have had a crappy school life. He did so by hiding in his toy chest. When the burglars broke in, they didn't stab him, Kano was trying to cover up the truth. He was really suffocated in the chest (albeit with duct tape). The Binding of Isaac is Kano's time loop in the Heat-Haze. Kano's mom was originally the one with the eye power, (hence her legs being HUGE) but Kano claimed it after "killing" her. Kano eventually escaped the heat haze but at the loss of his mom. He got his specific powers because of his imaginary friends he had as well as wanting to hide his mother's abuse.]]


* Other than her different outfits in Route XX and Route 01, Ene also has displayed noticeably [[spoiler:more variation in the different timelines than many other characters. Several timelines seem to branch around certain decisions, e.g. the pranks she plays on Shintaro differ in different routes and Shintaro's decision not to go to the amusement park in the anime resulted from her prank on him in the Mekakushi base.]]

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* Other than her different outfits in Route XX and Route 01, Ene also has displayed noticeably [[spoiler:more variation in the different timelines than many other characters. Several timelines seem to branch around certain decisions, e.g. the pranks she plays on Shintaro differ in different routes and Shintaro's decision not to go to the amusement park in the anime resulted from her prank on him in the Mekakushi base.]]]]

[[WMG: Crack theory: Kano is Isaac from The Binding of Isaac.]]
Kano wanted to hide his mother's abuse. He also could have had a crappy school life. He did so by hiding in his toy chest. When the burglars broke in, they didn't stab him, Kano was trying to cover up the truth. He was really suffocated in the chest (albeit with duct tape). The Binding of Isaac is Kano's time loop in the Heat-Haze. Kano's mom was originally the one with the eye power, (hence her legs being HUGE) but Kano claimed it after "killing" her. Kano eventually escaped the heat haze but at the loss of his mom. He got his specific powers because of his imaginary friends he had as well as wanting to hide his mother's abuse.


[[WMG: Ene possesses [[spoiler:some memories from past timelines.]]]]

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[[WMG: Ene possesses [[spoiler:some memories from past timelines.timelines, but is not aware of them.]]]]


* Plain and simple. Route XX Shintaro is never allowed to feel anything but misery again because he failed to move on after Ayano's death. Every day he wakes up, [[spoiler:kills Ene, has a nervous breakdown, kills himself, and fails to reach Ayano.]]

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* Plain and simple. Route XX Shintaro is never allowed to feel anything but misery again because he failed to move on after Ayano's death. Every day he wakes up, [[spoiler:kills Ene, has a nervous breakdown, kills himself, and fails to reach Ayano.]]

[[WMG: Ene possesses [[spoiler:some memories from past timelines.]]]]
* Other than her different outfits in Route XX and Route 01, Ene also has displayed noticeably [[spoiler:more variation in the different timelines than many other characters. Several timelines seem to branch around certain decisions, e.g. the pranks she plays on Shintaro differ in different routes and Shintaro's decision not to go to the amusement park in the anime resulted from her prank on him in the Mekakushi base.
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** Running on this theory, maybe the reason why Jin likes to keep Seto to the side so much despite his plot relevance (as one of the original trio and his importance to Marry) is because he is also manipulating things in the background, to try and achieve that happy ending from ''Summertime Record'', and he wants the twist to be as shocking as possible.

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** Running on this theory, maybe the reason why Jin likes to keep Seto to the side so much despite his plot relevance (as one of the original trio and his importance to Marry) is because he is also manipulating things in the background, to try and achieve that happy ending from ''Summertime Record'', and he wants the twist to be as shocking as possible.possible.

[[WMG: Route XX Shintaro is trapped in a timeloop due to his failure to get an eye power and escape the Daze]]
* Plain and simple. Route XX Shintaro is never allowed to feel anything but misery again because he failed to move on after Ayano's death. Every day he wakes up, [[spoiler:kills Ene, has a nervous breakdown, kills himself, and fails to reach Ayano.]]


* It is mentioned somewhere that Kenjirou is possessed by his snake. Kuroha seems to be so far the only manifestation of a snake with individualistic thoughts/actions (other than possobly Kano's, if Yobanshi Deceive implies anything). He might have been using Kenijrio as a way to break away from his dependent form (possibly creating Konoha as another vessel) and use it to gather all Eye-power possessed users so he can kill them

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* It is mentioned somewhere that Kenjirou is possessed by his snake. Kuroha seems to be so far the only manifestation of a snake with individualistic thoughts/actions (other than possobly Kano's, if Yobanshi Deceive implies anything). He might have been using Kenijrio as a way to break away from his dependent form (possibly creating Konoha as another vessel) and use it to gather all Eye-power possessed users so he can kill them
them.
** [[spoiler:Confirmed. Kuroha is the result of Kenjirou's snake taking control of [[SuperStrength Konoha's body]], and using it to slaughter everyone else.]]



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** The female Kano in Yobanashi Deceive is meant to represent Kido, just as the Kano with hair clips is meant to represent Seto. He turns into versions of himself more similar to them as he reffers to each of them in the song.



[[WMG: Kuroha is the black haired boy from the heat haze.]]
* Maybe obvious by now but in ''Outer Science'', we see a glimpse of him waving at Hibiya as he gets into the car accident, a reminiscent from the Kagerou Project.
** Probably not, as the black haired boy is from a fan-made PV, he's just a fan character that may or may not be involved in the canon story.

[[WMG: Kano is Akama Yuto's (from the Mikagura School Suite Series) younger brother.]]
In ''A Lethargic Coup d'etat'' during a flashback scene it shows Yuto when he was younger getting his little brother taken away by their mother. Kano lived alone with his mother for most of his life with no mention of his father or any other family. Kano looks fairly similar to the little brother in the flash back (he even had a brown hoodie). Yuto and Kano also look pretty similar sharing the same eye and hair color, even having the same general color scheme. Their character songs are even similar theme wise (deceiving everyone by putting on masks and becoming unsure of who they are.)

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\n[[WMG: Kuroha is ** Expanded upon in the black haired boy from anime; [[spoiler:Headphone Actor was indeed a video game designed by Takane and Haruka, but the heat haze.]]
* Maybe obvious by now but in ''Outer Science'',
events of the actual song itself are heavily implied to be Takane's experience inside the Daze, since it fits the description of being a self-tailored IronicHell, and during Episode 7, we see a glimpse of him waving at Hibiya as he gets into her standing over the car accident, a reminiscent from the Kagerou Project.
** Probably not,
destroyed city - as the black haired boy is from a fan-made PV, he's just a fan character that may or may not be involved in the canon story.

[[WMG: Kano is Akama Yuto's (from the Mikagura School Suite Series) younger brother.]]
In ''A Lethargic Coup d'etat'' during a flashback scene it shows Yuto when he was younger getting his little brother taken away
described by their mother. Kano lived alone with his mother for most of his life with no mention of his father or any other family. Kano looks fairly similar to the little brother in the flash back (he even had a brown hoodie). Yuto and Kano also look pretty similar sharing Headphone Actor - while the same eye music that played in Hibiya's version of the Daze plays, and hair color, even having the same general color scheme. Their character songs are even similar theme wise (deceiving everyone by putting on masks and becoming unsure of who they are.)
Azami appears]].

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** Expanded upon [[spoiler:and confirmed by the anime; she killed herself during a conversation between her and the snake possessing her father, [[SpannerInTheWorks to gain an eye power and purposely not come back]], thereby ruining his plan - and reasoning that then there's no reason to harm Takane, Haruka or her siblings, since carrying out a plan that won't succeed is an exercise in futility]].

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