Funny how the anime-only plebs get caught up on the simplest things. In both the first and second seasons, Yuuji is depicted as being incredibly, painfully oblivious to not only the feelings of others, but also to his own feelings somewhat. This, combined with his lack of self-awareness and lack of humility, results in him becoming overly assured of himself. However, unlike my first blog post, this post is much more of a rewrite, as opposed to an edit. This leads us to realize that Yuuji is not humble.
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For what I got out of it Yuuji wanted to create a world for the Crimson denizens so that they could leave our world, and also for some reason have enough power to restore the girl from the first episode of back into reality. I also really like Shakugan no Shana.
Which seems nice enough until you realise he performed mass genocide. Email required Address never made public. It would have been so easy to avoid, too. Charr September 26, at 8: Still, it is understandable that he would let his inner feelings show, given the relief he must have felt at his improvement.
The problem I see with this saire in how it was executed. In both the first and second seasons, Yuuji is depicted as being incredibly, painfully oblivious to not only the feelings of others, but also to his own feelings somewhat.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This fear is exacerbated by his helplessness when confronted with the overwhelming power and mystery of characters like Pheles and the Silver, and it comes to a head when the Midnight Lost Child is taken from him by Bal Masque. Do you think their execution should have been handled differently?
Jacob Bager March 20, at 2: This, combined with his lack of dairei and lack of humility, results in him becoming overly assured of himself. Even though he had merged with Snake of the Festival, why would he become such a jerk? Notify me of new comments via email.
If this had been a subtle series from the get go, or even ssairei it had other elements subtly portrayed, that would be fine. Yuuji and Sairei no Hebi did nothing wrong at any point. Nahash August 6, at 2: Similarly to my first blog postthis post is taken from a comment I made in response to a review on Amazon.
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He is also afraid of losing the Midnight Lost Child and disappearing as a result of his power of existence running out, and this fear is exacerbated by his powerlessness. He has access to the immense amount of power of existence that Snake of the Festival possesses, as well as control of Bal Masque.
He has powerand lots of it. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. What you wrote down is true and I do remember those subtleties when I think back of it however I am mostly just pissed about the character because of his logic of what his goal were with his power.
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All you would need to do is to have a conversation between Yuuji and Snake before they merge showing their discussion, thereby revealing everything I talked about above. Hbei leads us to realize that Yuuji is not humble. He becomes very cocky and haughty. So early that it should have been in Season 1.