@Duskola you have a lot there so I'll come back after reading it properly ^^
Sorry... as I write in parts during my free time I usually make some .odt somewhere and when it's time to cut and paste... well... that's the moment when I notice the amount of blabbering
juliet wrote:Exactly this is not Kaname. This is Kaname http://mangafox.me/manga/vampire_knight/v11/c049/29.htm
That was just among the scenes I was thinking about. But you are right here:
I mean the intention to hold her back, to limit down emotional responses and triggers, it's just too obvious.
What at first startled me, was the contrast between his self-control and his act. I mean: if you want to limit your emotional outlets
, why going along with Yuuki's desire? Only because the poor child is horny
? Obviously not. And I've never thought that he doesn't feel the same fever
as before, or that he's doing it only because she
wants. His contradictions are here at their peak: he wants to hold her back, he has to, still he can't ignore her urge - and his. But @nina expresses al this perfectly as usual:
A "rushed" desperate union... but full of unutterable words because what is there left to say that the heat of two bodies becoming one, cannot convey to the shattering, bleeding souls?
What words can describe the ocean of emotions and the profound symbolism that a night without dawn conveys?
@juliet, I've read the "why the bed section?"
topic and I enjoyed very much what you wrote here
, I always have to choose and I decided to follow this topic instead, but I want you to know that that post of yours is just amazing.
So, we have here the climax of their doomed
love. As Hino-sensei often uses symbolism, it may be exactly as @nina says - that this union is more a symbol than an occasion to satisfy all of us fangirls
and the title of this chapter is meaningful enough to make us think this way -
plus, as she used all that hotness before, I hope she's setting aside the best for the ending, so................. this may be also a sign we'll have MORE and preferably sheetless!!!
Sometimes I'm overly optimistic, still I can't forget what @juliet said - that their love is simply impossible for now, because it would cause the unhappiness of both. So what? Is there no solution but a most tragic one for them to be bond for eternity
? I want to hope that there will be a way out - but *groan*
I became pessimistic again. This manga is really increasing my usual schizophrenia
BTW, I'm glad we all agree about the holes in the plot - and how these last few chapters didn't fill them at all, but kept beating around the bush.
I'm also with @juliet when she says:
if Yuuki's path dictates a sacrifice, that kaname only knows that could also explain why her freedom can not be compatible with Kaname in her life, because he has to act in her position so that she can live
This would really explain everything - what is the reason why Kaname is absolutely certain Yuuki is going to sacrifice herself? Does he foresee she wants to make him human? Is this the sacrifice he's talking about? Meaningless
because it's done for his sake - and we know how much self-confidence he has... Or does he simply fear Yuuki's going to do "something he has intended to do it himself"
- that is, creating the weapons, just as HW did? Maybe this is all, and there's nothing hidden to our eyes. Still, I just can't believe the explanation is so simple. Maybe I'm too discriminating, but - the hints are just too many to be ignored, and IF
this is all, then Rido's episode in the first arc loses all its meaning. And that
is the beginning of everything - by Kaname's own words here, when he's asked. If everything is based upon the weapons, or upon the past - and then the beginning of everything is HW's death - how can something happened 10000 years later have something to do with it? But that's what he says - that
was the beginning. The fact that somebody was craving Yuuki's life and blood
. And the beginning of all his plans
was seeing the twins. So - have we to think that he's been planning for 10000 years to replace HW, then he fell in love with Yuuki and saw her life in danger, so he had to decide what cause was more important - to sacrifice himself to make her human, or to sacrifice himself for the sake of humanity?
And have we to think that, just after being sure she was ready to bloom only for him
, he suddenly chose the sake of humanity? Why? Have we to think that Yuuki's safety comes after
his guilt for HW, so he has simply to find a replacement - Isaya - to make her human, and that's all? But if it is like this, the contradiction chapter has no meaning at all - plus, this is totally OOC. AND as Yuuki now knows
his intentions - to make her human - BUT
she says this is not all the truth
, this is not everything, there must
be more. If his efforts to hide the truth are all waisted now - well, this is the right moment to fly away right down in the furnace. But, no - he doesn't want to run anymore
(unsettling statement here - *brrrrr*
(BTW, I understood Yuuki over-heard the conversation between Kaname and Isaya at the ball, just before he flew away - but it may also be that she talked with Isaya as @nina says, and this is far more mysterious - what did they plan together?)
And there is also a chapter called "The beginning of the beginning"
(55). And this is what Yuuki says in that chapter: http://mangafox.me/manga/vampire_knight/v12/c055/33.html
And "Once more from the beginning"
is the chapter in which Yuuki says she wants to become his equal
http://mangafox.me/manga/vampire_knight/v14/c066/10.html (66). And he hears
this and is shocked, and that's the moment in which he apparently decides to leave, giving her that key.
So - what's hidden, what's going to happen to Yuuki, when she becomes his equal?
I don't know. I wish
there is more, like you, but I also fear to be disappointed. Let's hope we'll receive our answers soon, as - just how many chapters are left? And how many pages did she waste for Zeki troll-kiss/masquerade ball/Yuuki's nostalgia delirium
I really hope we will have soon
such a big surprise we'll fall from our seats - or I'm really going to burn all my volumes in my stove