D grayman By RS
D grayman By RS
The Scanlations? Cool...RS...RockStar1426...in MangaHelpers?
MQ want to finish it on Sunday....
Rinari doesn't like Allen, though... or Rabi... they like her but it seems she just sees them as friends. ^^;; (Nakama, ne~) At least Rinari started doing *something* this chapter. She wasn't as bad as she has been in the past.
OMG! Rabi has a name now!!! =P A real name!
I think I have theory on how Rabi can make Road retreat (so it would end up with draw).
If his eye is the "eye of the past" - I assume it's just let him see something which happened in the past - it doesn't necessarily needs to be "his" past.
Rabi said he doesn't like to use his eye, because (my assumption based on this chapter) he tends to see things he would rather not see (people dying like Rinali - calling it "piece of history" - Rabi is scared of his own eye).
The only way for Rabi to get out of Road illusion is to accept those facts but deny the fact that "his heart doesn't lay anywhere" - he has comrades to protect, his ideals bla bla bla :). Then he would use his eye on Road and probably bring up some tragic past of her - something she doesn't want to remember since she became Noah. Unable to fight - she will just run from this place.
(Rinali is taking attention on Allen because he is trashed just before her eyes while Rabi..Rabi is in something like comma. It would be weird if she was still screaming "Rabi!Rabi" if Allen being 20 centimetres from her, is being killed)
Er... maybe, but she never screamed about how important her friends were when Road was talking about how Rabi was going to die. Anyway, you're right about that, but there's still no evidence that she likes one more than the other. (Maybe Road will tell Rinari that Rabi likes her, now? It's pretty obvious after Rabi's dream...)
It'd be kind of depressing if Rabi had to accept that his heart can't be anywhere in this world - because he likes Rinari. (Awww.) If he did, that'd mean that he gives her up... and while I think she should get together with Allen, that'd be so sad! On the other hand, I don't see how he can get out without accepting his status as a Bookman who can't be close to people, since that's what is making him suffer.
(I think the eye of the past meant how his eye used to be - that he was lonely, I guess, that he didn't love anyone.)
If he brings up a painful memory of Road - hmmmm..... =P Maybe that'll help Rabi accept his fate. ^_~
Sounds cruel...poor Rabi....he needs allot of hugs xD (especially of Linali xDDD)
I'd love to learn more....scratch that, we know practically nothing about her past....learn anything about her (probably tragic) past.
Heyheyhey, my fangirlishness will not allow Rabi to get near Rinari. He's too smexy, even if he IS a womanizer. Especially in this chapter~ RABI LOVE~
We know a little about Rabi's past, now, though - maybe we'll see more? Or will that have to wait? ^_^ I think it's a bit early to learn about Road, though.
Too bad, because Road is one of the biggest mysteries in the whole D.Gray-man story.
What...? This shows Rabi really cares for our sweet exorcist girl....doesn't mean that she likes him as well or it'll turn out to something....let hints be hints ;)
I think one little spoiler about Road past to make a plot more interesting would be necessary - we don't need to know the whole.
Rabi past - I think he was just alienated from other people. Not much to his past (maybe his parents died and he was adopted by Bookman - who knows)
Yeah, perhaps a little spoiler - she's very mysterious. We did learn some things about Rabi this chapter when we might not learn more any time soon, either. (Rabi looks so cute~)
I don't think Rabi was quite alienated from others, but it shows that he knew Bookman before becoming an Exorcist (maybe Bookman wasn't an Exorcist either?), and probably had a different name (well, I think we knew that already, but now...).
I don't like love triangles! T_T Especially when I like all the characters! Someone's going to be sad in the end... and Rabi seems to have a lonely future ahead of him as a Bookman...