Hare R.I.P. This is what happens when Gai dies and Shu takes over. He has got some serious trauma issues. The fact that Hare had high hopes about Shu becoming the nice, noble King, like the one in her stories, was ironic.
It was a very unexpected turn out. I did not see Hare’s death coming. Or that Shu would undergo another traumatic incident. The next episode is sure to be interesting. It is called “Tyrant” after all.
For those of you who liked Hare, sorry I cannot sympathize with you. She wasn’t my favorite character. But I didn’t expect her death. I did consider her to be an important character in the story anyway. Guess not.
But how convenient was it that Inori lost her rival? I don’t think Inori will ever feel the same way about Shu though. Not after that unsettling way in which he handled her. Compared to the first time when Shu removed Inori’s void, Shu’s change in personality became obvious. He became emotionless, heartless, and just plain scary.
I don’t think this is what Hare meant, Shu.