I think you’re right about Yuuki. Somehow it made me really sad to see how he dressed and arranged the body of Nao (and her parents beside her).
I know this is way over-analyzing this, but does the title chapter (血花) maybe also signify the sacrifice Nora makes for Makoto? Besides the “spray of blood” meaning, red flowers are common symbols in Buddhism (death, final goodbyes) – but looking online there seem to be references to blood red flowers and Christianity.
So, it turns out skeletor is not as straight forward of a character as I though he was… What exactly is he planning to do with Yuuki and how is he so calm seeing three dead bodies? Everything about that guy is ringing alarm bells.
Sadly Okazagi’s cliffhanger was not resolved. How long will the author make me wait
WOOOO! crazy stuff happening in this chapter!
This chapter had some large words and some heavy philosophy talk for a few pages.
Other than that it was really good stuff.
…And damn another major cliffhanger!