Yeah, good point. Of course, Hoshino didn't have to write about things falling on Chaoji and Kanda saving him in the first place.Chaoji can't die! If he passes away in such a maner there would have been no point in giving him innocence. I'm sure Hoshino is thinking about giving him some important role in the future. Maybe it will be oposing Allen with the power of his Innocence. I wouldn't be surprised if we'll witness his power ups in the near future.
If Innocence wasn't conscious to some extent, how would it even know that it was being betrayed? The parasitic nature of some Innocence also seems to support that idea; parasites are living things that feed off the life of their host (parasitic-type Exorcists apparently eat more, hence... Allen). It may not be organic, but it's hard to think of Innocence as being similar to, say, a rock.The one who created Innocence is hardly forgiving, considering this program you are talking about. I do not think that it is contiousness; it should be some mechanism, that is inserted in innocence in order to punish those who are not compatible and the once who betray god.
What... long white hair, doggy ears, fangs, claws, giant phallic sword? (Although that actually sounds a little more like Allen... haha.)I never read Inuyasha. It's cool, but Kanda has potential to look cooler!
Sherman: Then I suppose they aren't really being neutral after all. If humanity is destroyed, there is also no more history to write, and no point in doing so as there will be no future. However, Bookman's comments still imply some kind of separation from the Order... so I suppose they don't have the emotional attachment that the others have, and could cross to the other side if it would end up being what is best for them. At any rate, their "history" is probably written from a neutral point of view and if Lavi keeps his emotional connections to his friends, that won't be true.