Another is the Final Destination of Anime with random tragedies, umbrella impaling, creepy-ass dolls, an eyepatch fetish, and parakeet which knows only three words. I’m here to briefly address the situation because I’m already watching this story and because I have the habit of automatically considering the x possibilities to any matter. Yep, it’s as convenient as it sounds.
Is it a curse or something else? To explicitly have people killed by a group would indicate there’s a party that benefits from the tragedy that is assuming it isn’t random murder. Said party has a reason to eliminate certain individuals, certain individuals happen to be connected to class 3-3.
In other words assuming the accident of your classmate’s mother was indeed an accident it doesn’t necessarily mean that your classmate’s accident might have been one. To remove the possibility of coincidence means neither of them was a coincidence but a crime. To believe they were both coincidence, then it is a mighty coincidence. But coincidence, they do happen, or so some people say.
I’ll answer my own question. It happened because someone waited those two years so your current classmates would be in 3-3 class. From these we get the following possibilities. Someone not in 3-3 waited for your current classmates so they would be in 3-3. Here the goal would be to eliminate certain X classmate(s). You’ll notice that it is equally possible to eliminate X’s family too by connection. The 2nd scenario is a student waiting those years so s/he would be in the same class as anyone else – 3-3, thus making any accident part of the curse. Motive or cause behind the accidents? Maybe that girl that died years ago? Something else?
It goes without saying that this student wouldn’t make himself/herself a victim should all the proper paperwork be made, and instead it’d mean that this person wishes for a classmate or his/her family to disappear. There you go. But I wouldn’t advise limiting yourself to only these two possibilities. Just something to keep in mind.
How do I know that? Unless they repeated a year or two the sames students could’ve have possibly been in 3-3. What this means is that there’s the possibility they heard the rumors from their classmates or family when they were in a lower class.
We could assume it’s a coincidence, but that would be the end of any speculation from any party. Let’s temporary discard the possibly of the curse and focus on other more realistic possibilities. Someone out of the same or a new character already knows of the situation of 3-3 thus repeats the same crimes disguising it as accidents. How do I figure that? The culprit knows that everybody will be expecting the possibility of a scenario of accidental death repeating this year, which leads to the curse matter
Indeed why. I’ll provide explanations why the curse functions so well in this setup. Asides for any actual motives, the curse takes place in school because it is a place where people gather and meet. Being not such as huge town the number of victims can be selected as you can see. Is there anyone in charge of placing students in certain class? If so, there’s the possibility of said person moving certain students to the “ominous class” for their own reasons. If that’s the case, a person of interest would be someone who has such power as s/he can control and pick the victims.
By connection. As you know your classmates have families and it is easy enough to connect the death of one to the other, meaning that it wouldn’t be unusual for the parents of A to suffer a tragedy because of something a student did. Let’s say, to provide an example, breaking some rules. Anything will do, really.
Assuming the deaths aren’t random then the death of a person not related to 3-3 in any way would be in violation of the design. Assuming that all deaths must be related to 3-3 Class then all deaths must be related to the 3-3 Class in some way. So far this has been proven to be consistent. Even if an accident were to occur to someone unrelated to the 3-3 Class it’d still be considered a real accident. However, even if a tragedy happens to someone related to 3-3 it is considered part of the curse. Do you see the reasoning behind it? Regardless of who dies the deaths aren’t properly investigated because unless they’re homicide they’re deemed as “accidents”.
I regret to inform you Ms. Sanae was connected after all. She was Kateru’s sister. She died in an elevator accident after she asked her brother about a certain student he swore didn’t exist. She pressed the matter you asked her to snoop around if I recall. By the way, did you go to any place in particular with this person before her death?
Assuming no one saw both of you went to the restaurant it means that Takeru was the only one who knew about her sister snooping around after both of you met. There’s the possibility that he then mentioned it to somebody else and Ms. Sanae got the axe the next day as a result. Assuming no one related the person behind the accidents saw both of you together and moreover had no idea you were investigating into the 3-3 and the Mei matter it means that this person saw both of you meet at the restaurant and possibly learn of this fact there. On a separate note, by connection it wouldn’t be surprising if Takeru also has an accident assuming it follows the same patter as Yukari did. Actually, it’d be odd if it doesn’t.
Question. Is anyone in your school a son or daughter of the principal or the board of director? Is there anyone in that town rich? Is there any group in particular in power? Question. Is there anyone particularly interested in this town? Have you considered that the reason the last two victims were in accidents were because they were getting close to you?
The first victim was the friendliest to you and probably the most eager to talk to you about the incident that happened in that class out all the students. The elevator victim mysteriously dies after she involves herself with the matter you asked her to look into. Even if we believe the first tragedy was an accident it doesn’t always mean the second one necessarily is. They were in accidents because they were getting themselves involved in matters they shouldn’t.
If we assume that there’s a person responsible for these accidents then all of the accident are done on purpose! But that’s crazy! There was no way anyone could have pushed that window that almost killed me and my classmate.
Yes. You and the girl who in the drama club. Have you considered that maybe it was in an accident? The timing of two people standing under such dangerous trap is too small to be calculated. What would help would be asking yourself some questions. Do you always take the same route every day after school? Do you take a different one every day?
The window could’ve easily been an accident or it might not. Not to mention, though dangerous it isn’t not necessarily fatal to guarantee a death. On the other hand, there is enough time to mess with an elevator and easy to set up a trap when the culprit knows the victim’s routine. That’s possible unlike impossible scenarios.
And since we’re talking about impossible scenarios I’ll throw this out there. A town where the people have already died and in the way a force, destiny, or whatever you call it, make all the people in the town die one way or another. It isn’t considered death but a way for them to finally die. Case in point, they’re already dead and killing them again makes them fully disappear. The curse is a way to make sure it happens. The dolls are soulless and hollow they said.
Indeed it is deserted. Why so ever does the old lady from the doll store repeated the same greeting a second time when she already met you? Why does she say no one comes to the store? Who is this doll maker? Is it possible that the maker based the doll off a person she met. A former student? A teacher who remembered this girl? Maybe it’s not really that same girl.. yet this doll resembles this girl very much. Why?
There’s that matter of her being a ghost or not and whether or not she’s the cause of the deaths. If she’s a ghost than why can everyone see her? Normally, a ghost would only be seen by a small number of people or under special and random circumstances but here everyone sees her but instead of addressing the issue they ignore her. What if she’s really there and shunning there is really the issue?
Have you considered the possibility that she is/was connected to the girl who girl therefore she’s shunned because she is connected/broke the rules? Have you considered that possibility that she just looks so similar to the person who died years ago and that she is ignored as result, ergo she’s a regular person but treated as a ghost because of it? Have you considered why she said that it’d be better if she didn’t show up? It means she’s aware of her involvement to a degree. If it’s a person or group then look for the common motive. If the accidents are caused by a supernatural force for a reason then its motive derived in the past.
Indeed. What is to do? What can you do? Then I’d recommend leaving that town. That what I’d say but no character in a story is smart enough to leave on their own accord. That’s what I’d say, but no main character is allowed to leave until the story ends anyhow. You can be the first one.
There’s no need to answer that question. If everybody says she doesn’t exist then she doesn’t. If everybody says the opposite then it is also true. No matter what answer I give it is likely wrong. Moreover, that’s a main a part of the story. I already provided some possibilities to address the general issue.
What we’ve done is measured some parameters and given some information, given leads to organize ideas and thoughts. It’s been determined that the plausibility of accidents, the curse has been addressed, provided you with suspects, motives and means, and more importantly to look for the bigger picture with the information provided based on 4 episodes. I believe it’s time to go.
I believe that’s part of your role as the main character in a story. I’m an observer of this story sticking with the story to check answers derived from a quick mental exercise. I’ll make a final note of saying I’ll simply provide an array of possible theories given them a meaning because they are after all parts of train of thoughts put together. To say I completely believe in them would indicate that I see them as being completely true, which is not the case. The case is that I see them as part of the array of possible scenarios and solutions to a problem. What you see are mental notes materialized and solutions to what if’s and why’s .
– And with that good luck to you, main character.