Is the Heart Transferrable? (includes spoilers for chapter 136)
Basically, do you think the Heart a property of the Innocence wielder, or of the Innocence itself?
I've wondered, ever since I learned that each General carries some Innocence fragments with them. Does each have the same potential, which only manifest in fixed way upon selecting their bearer? Meaning, if a person is compatible with an Innocence, he can just get one from the General who found him -- rather than being specifically compatible to an Innocence that another General 5000 miles away might be carrying ...?
And if that is so ... if an Innocence is found or suspected to be the Heart, would it be possible to transfer it to or switch it with another person? Because if the Central Administration learn about the speculation that Allen's Innocence might be the Heart as well, since he was saved by it, would they try to remove a parasitic Innocence and give it to someone else? (Since Allen might be seen as an Exorcist of questionable loyalty) Or would it be attuned only to him? I'd be very happy to see them forced to eat their words, in that case.