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    So maybe it IS Akuma part? Like shard of Mana Akuma's klaw or something?
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    Yeah, I also think taht his eye is a kind of akumo embedded into human body and synchronised with it's inocence. The question is how it is possible, since innocence is supposed to destroy any kind of innocence, even if it is in the same body as this inocence. I guess it is the part where Mana's power works - it synchronises akuma power and innocence power so they do not fight with each other but supports. This is the only way such a system can work i think.

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    Ah! Cross's power to "convert" akuma!!! That was the way that could work!

    Hmm, maybe that power IS the Mana's gift? It is not something you could expect from exorsist to have...
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    Akuma aren't Innocence, though, and Innocence might not destroy akuma - why else would the dead bodies of exorcists be cremated - to prevent them from becoming akuma, right? It could be that the akuma could then use the existing Innocence (somehow) to... well... I don't know.

    Somehow I don't get the impression that the curse is a big special thing, just... a curse. Any Noah power is probably unrelated.
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    Afetr exorcist is dead he automatically can't contact his innocence so he can become akuma.

    It may be ralated, though I don't know for sure anyways.

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    What? I thought that after an exorcist died, they're dead... and the Innocence could be removed, but if an akuma took over that body, it could get the Innocence (back from Hebraska, I guess) and, well, cause some damage.

    Are you talking about the Fall...?
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    Inocense actually can work only with ones it chooses. And it is opposite to akumas' dark matter. So i think there is no way akuma could use Innocence.

    And, that Level 2 had died after Crowly injected some his blood with Innocence cells in them.
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    Well, i meant that if exorcist is dead he can be made an acuma coz at this rate innocecnce can't interfer since exorcist can't defend himself using it coz he is dead.

    I think taht after exorcist dies innocence leaves his body.

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    I think Crow-chan's blood injection was one of his special attacks, though.

    After an exorcist dies, their Innocence remains, doesn't it - and then it has to be removed or whatever? It's an inanimate object... most of the time. And where would it go?

    The only thing preventing Allen from being taken over by an akuma was his hand acting on its own, which is pretty rare. It's possible that akuma and Innocence can coexist, especially considering that akuma are pretty unnatural and unbalanced anyway.
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    Akuma are made of dark matter, innocence is supposed to destroy dark matter - how can they coexist?

    Maybe it remains, maybe.

 

 
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