Exactly my point! That's why I think there is a big hole to our speculations about Kaname's plan to kill all the PB or the nobles. I can't think any more my brain is going to explode! :sFun_duh2:
Mine is going to explode too
Touch questions, but I agree with you, there is no logical base in this kind of massive murderers to justify turnning Kaname into a ruthless killer of all times. My opinion is that his aim is quite specific ( an elimination that is targeted to specific people for a specific reason and that will trigger a greater plan into action) but the hints right now are so few to judge correctly.
About Hanadagi .... I don't think that Kaname wanted to disturb Hanadagi's slumber but probably he figured out that Hanadagi would be a target to Sara and that's why he sent Ruka and Kain to observe the castle. But somehow Sara accomplished her plan (where were Ruka, Kain and Kaname at that time???).
Yes, Kaname indeed observed the castle prior to Sara setting her plan into action. He observed it before the ball and Ouri's death. Now we know that Sara needed to kill Ouri first in order to get his powers and break the fotress seal. So it seems that Hanadagi's powers may also serve her next step. If we assume that her ultimate purpose is to get the anti-vampire power so she can rule the vampire world just like Kurans did ages ago then Sara is targeting to bring down Yuuki and Kaname. I hope that in the next chapters we will know what kind of power Hanadagi had.
Ruka and Kain are a good enigma, even though they left with Kaname they do not appear at the murder scene. By Ruka's sayings and reaction to Yuuki, I can assume that whatever they were asked to do, Ruka did not like it or hardly consent with it.
My first thought about it is that she may opposed to it because she considers the act dangerous for Kaname. They could all be watching and waiting for Sara to take Hanadagi's powers or they were all into something else
Now I think that Kaname didn't have any other choice but to finish Hanadagi cuz as we saw in order to recover from Saras attack he needed someone to sacrifice his life for him, so Hanadagi in that state was only a threat ! That's why I don't think that the hunters can accuse Kaname as Saras accessory or that Kaname by killing Hanadagi was helping Sara! :no way:
with that subject. I will tell you what I think about. I think that Kaname wanted to kill Hanadagi ever since the beggining. He was just waiting for Sara to break the seal and give him access in the castle.
That's why he is leaving in a rush saying it's "Time". He did not want a full power Hanadagi to come againts but finding the right opportunity he could easily kill him. He is taking advantage of that, this is why time is important and he is in a hurry to leave.
Hanadagi had been an ancestor just like Kaname, we do not know yet his background. After his awakening, Hanadagi could also feed from his guardian (she is more than willing to do so
apparently...). And they are vampires even if he fed from Aidou's dad he would not kill him. Kaien's friend if you remember had also awaken from hi slumber and fed from his maid. I tend to think that Kaname did not want a powerful Hanadagi therefore he attacks before Hanadagi resumes his powers and abilities.
About the ancestor thing
Look at the picture, the ancient castle and Hanadagi's info are placed between Yuuki's feeding of Kaname, where Kaname recollects his ancestor living. There is something that led him in despair. We do not know yet what was it. Hino may want to offer another flashback here. In the image above Kaname holds the broken mirror is in the Kuran mansion...he is bend in two out of despair. I do not think that the sequence of the picture is randomly put there by Hino. I think that Hanadagi had an involvement that we do not know yet.
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Here is the same mirror uncracked, stepped by Yuuki's boots (
) and it appears out of the blue in the middle of nowhere. I think that the mirror symbolizes something, therefore is there with Yuuki's strange appear in kaname's past.
Confusing ha? It can all be nothing, but taking it the way Hino demonstrates things by now I do not consider anything to be randomn. I think that they all connect to each other.