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She is someone you either love or hate, or perhaps you just love to hate her. Whichever way your opinion lie, please give a big round of applause for our own chopsticks loving, intellectually raping, swimsuit wearing, window climbing, duct taping detective.
Now that’s over and done with, let’s find out who she really is.
*Contains EP5-8 spoilers*
Earth to earth. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Illusions to illusions. And dreams to dreams.
I’ll cut the truth out from the fiction, come.
Unfortunately Will’s truth is a whole bunch of mumbo jumbo. So let us grab our thinking caps, turn on the decoding machine and put our little grey cells to work.
Warning! Contains solutions to the twilights and spoilers to EP7.
So Lily has finally written a gameboard and not another Rokkenjima Prime trolling theory? That’s right! Can you solve the mystery?
This gameboard was inspired by this list of words, all of them are used here, in order too.
“The victim was killed by another living, breathing person, is that right?”
“Yes, that is correct. I acknowledge it.”
Don’t like Yasu being the culprit? It’s okay, blame George! Don’t like Eva being the culprit? Blame George! Don’t like Kyrie and Rudolf being the culprit? Just blame George!
I’m sure everyone’s heard of the Battler is culprit theory. Where Battler did everything and Beatrice is actually Battler. But what about the other way around?
We get very little information in regards to Rokkenjima Prime from all the episodes, and what little we get can be debated. However this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as it gives you a lot of room to exercise your personal belief. There are just a few things to take into account:
Battler remembers his promise, and Yasu is innocent. There are no bad people.
This is the ‘official’ theory of Rokkenjima Prime, allegedly.
Battler comes back and doesn’t remember. So Yasu starts the roulette…
There were no bad people, except the editor, it was all the editor’s fault.
Rokkenjima Prime was the work of God, It was God’s fault.
We start off with the widely accepted line directed at Battler from Beatrice.