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But at least he tries to repent in the 3rd semester (somewhat)
Everyone dies eventually. Akechi just made them die a bit ahead of schedule.
What eaterofcheese said
Ya all startin to scare me there
I understand why Akechi committed the acts of murder and I can sympathize with to an extent. That being said, just because a villain is sympathetic doesn't inherently justify their actions. I'm glad Akechi started to understand his actions were wrong by the the end of the game. And I think it was mature of him to reject Maruki's world, even if it meant he would almost certainly die. But he still needs to atone for his past crimes.
No. Putting far too many other people through hell just for his own revenge.
If you think about it... Is murder really that bad of a crime? People are the leading cause of global warming and global warming will eventually lead to disastrous consequences. By that logic wouldn't you say that Akechi is actually doing good by commiting so much murder? Just saying.
Yeah, this is big brain time.
You pretty much just paraphrased the Bootes demons from Strange Journey...
Well, he has a realistic reason to kill,he just wants to be accepted and wants someone to care or want him to be there, and growing up in a home without a dad and your mom almost always bringing men home could be traumatizing so he spent his life trying to be remembered, trying to get people to care about him, but we all know that he was being used
What do you think?