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Finally I was not lazy and looked up how this shinkansen conjuction work. This is how the 10-car Hayate and the 6-car Komachi connected (the E2 and E3, now there are newer versions, but when the book was released, it was E2 and E3):
Thank you! I had been curious about it for the longest time, but somehow it never occurred to me to look it up.
It really does look impossible, especially at the speeds a 新幹線 reaches. But in a world populated mostly by trained assassins, who knows?
Same! I thought the most logical explanation would be for him to be either dead, or somehow out of the game, but I couldn’t believe he’d die, at least so soon. I too think he must be alive, because otherwise the pain of reading all his sad backstory in detail would feel even more pointless than it already does.
Oh, I had not noticed that at all! When I read your comment, I wondered for a moment why I had missed the part about hanko stamps. Well, it was not turned upside down, just bent, so I also hope it is not the end yet.
Regarding your last paragraph (sorry, still figuring out how things work. I managed to quote the part of your writing I wanted to comment on, but did not see how to keep it sploiler-blurred. Will find out eventually - one thing at a time… ):
Yes, same thought here.
Besides all the flash-backs otherwise not making sense: I just cannot believe that the author is so evil that he lets the story of the son end like this. I am waiting for some sort of happy-end.
If you quote the whole spoiler, usually the spoiler tags are kept. If you only quote part of it, they’re usually removed for some reason. You can just reapply them yourself though, the same way you spoiler-blur your own text.
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Thank you! Really looks completely separate.
Great, thanks a lot! Just trying it now. Nice! Certainly easier to read for others.
Yeah, I tried to copy only your last sentence. That must have been the problem then.
To me the most logical explanation was that it had always been that way, I just hadn’t noticed before (but I was wrong obviously)
I also think that 木村 must be alive, just because in fiction, if you don’t see someone truly most definitely die, then they’re not dead.