I think i just realized something sweet about “Halloween to Yoru no Monogatari”.
If you listen to the song “Hoshi no Kirei na Yoru” at the act with the boat, you will hear a lot of voices, and it’s hard to tell who is who.
Our main person and the old guy that wants to grow potatoes is most likely not the same guy, but our main person tags along other way, probably because he was “a grandson”, as the lyrics describe.
In the boat someone is shouting: “Aren’t you gonna make a new beginning for yourself?! You gotta hang on till then! Didn’t we make a promise on that day!? Joooooooohn!!!!”
I think that would be our main person shouting, and his grandfather was the one who died. (I feel like these things will make a lot more sense if a DVD of the live will ever come >.
I think it sounds like a great idea
yooo laurants that last sanhora confession was a REALLY GREAT IDEA!!! i’m not sure how “experienced” i am, but are there other people interested in getting a blog like that together? if i can get a couple of you lovely folk to join me, i think it’d be a really cool thing to do!!
I just realized something interesting in Märchen. Even though Märchen doesn’t exactly talk about himself a lot, he says “me” a couple of times. In “Song of Dusk” he says I as “Watashi” (Watashi wa dare nano ka?), and in “Song of Dawn” he says I as boku (Keshite bokutachi wo urusanai darou)… Even though it is used as us there, BUT…
Before he didn’t know he was, so he that he was unfamiliar with himself, talking about himself in polite and neutral manner, but in the end he remembered who he was, and went back to his childish way of speaking…
These kind of things makes me respect Revo so much, he puts so much thought into the smallest aspects.
Maybe the reason there isn’t a bonus track for Seisen no Iberia is because Revo realized it was too easy to understand, so he didn’t make a bonus track on purpose just to fuck with us