Alternate Title: Explaining Madoka/Madokami’s actions
Warning: there will be Rebellion spoilers (big ones at that) in this series (this article is clean). Read on with caution, and watch the movie already, my word.
If you haven’t read my previous article on the deaths of Tomoe Mami, Miki Sayaka, and Kyouko Sakura yet, I encourage you to read it here, as I’ll be writing with the assumption you have. You won’t miss much if you haven’t but I still feel it’s a good preface to this article.
Today we’ll discuss why Madoka chose not to resurrect her friends and fellow magical girls, and instead chose to ascend to essential god-hood, in doing so freeing the souls of magical girls from becoming witches. After that, we’ll go over what the impact of the decision was, with particular focus on Homura. Without further ado, part two of Homura’s Solitude: “And Stay Dead!”
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