Really, I like to believe that they were buckling under stress and going crazy themselves which would explain everyone acting stupid in Oni.>right before his psychiatrists shows up hahaha.....
Pretty sure those were ACTUAL mountain dogs about to take him, not just Keiichi going insane.>Also hey Keiichi I just murdered all of your friends and threw them down the well. Wanna go in this torture dungeon for 30 mins alone with me? You're fine with that Rena right? You are? Okay let's go K1!.
The police was right outside.
It still annoys me how Keiichi fully trusted in "Shion" and was willing to throw "Mion" under the bus in spite of only meeting Shion a few times though. He seemed to get more suspicious of Mion than Shion (or even Shion as Mion) for some reason. The only time he actually suspects "Shion as Mion" is later revealed to be Shion intentionally wanting to make him more paranoid.>>224049854>even though she could break the plot at anytime if all she did follow Takano.
This one is probably due to him rewriting Hanyuu's character between Minagoroshi and Matsuribayashi. There is a post-Minagoroshi interview where R07 specifically talked about how he'd deal with that plot point and yet in Matsuri itself there was nothing.https://web.archive.org/web/20070815024021/www.toranoana.jp/higurasi/nakasekata4/higurashi_4_3.html>Hanyuu can't communicate with anyone but Rika. That's why Hanyuu can't bear to live without Rika. Even though it is painful for Rika to repeat her life, Hanyuu knows how painful it is to live without Rika, so she doesn't mind repeating her life as long as Rika is there. This is the absolute difference in values between Hanyuu and Rika. If you think about it that way, a free being like Hanyuu would have been able to walk around freely and search for the murderer, but why does Hanyuu not know anything and keep telling Rika to give up and that there will be another time? I'll get into that next time. (laughs)