that's the stupid part. the author was hyping masataka's role as the fate breaker, then in then end, out of no where, its maya's 'fate' to die. no fate breaking by masataka or anybody. what a curveball. blech!!!
He sent the extra Ki to Nagi. He broke fate, but I think everyone thought that Masataka was going to do it alone, that only he can do it. Before, if Masataka would've use any Ki techniques on a guy who absorbs Ki without the power of Reiki lying dormant within Souchiro, then he probably would've died. Everyone in the Juken Club, in a sense, was used in some way to save Souichiro, not one being over the other in terms of importance. Aya being able to recreate Reiki within Souichiro's soul, Bob, Sugano, and Shinichiro helping Aya to thrust Reiki into Souhaku, Masataka sending his Ki to Nagi since Nagi couldn't use his own to defeat Souhaku, and Maya sacrificing herself to eradicate every red feather power by letting Souichiro hit the Amaterasu's Gate with Masa's Ki.
Originally Posted by total_station101
I found the ending very satisfying, there was just a lot of fluff prior to it that felt like it would've developed into something further, but to me everything is properly summed up when Souhaku realizes Kengo's true plan.
All the proposals, strategies, motivations and stuff happening before the end originated from conjecture, something people do irl all the time.
sorry, but i dont consider it fate breaking when someone is fated to die. i just dont buy it.
also doesnt particularly bother me if maya doesnt do anything and sit still. nagi can just go die from masataka's ki and i'll be happy. masataka and nagi talked about killin and reviving, right? whatever happen to that? its all wrong, how the story was told. its like suzuka if u ask me.