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If Shuu truly loved Inori, he would not have pursued Hare and viewed Inori as an ideal rather than a person. It is a sign of fragility to rely on another individual as excessively as Shuu and Inori did towards one another, and it was a sign of proper development when Shuu chose not to demise after Inori did. Nevertheless, these observations apply solely to this specific situation, so I am not claiming every case is similar to this one.
On a secondary note, I personally dislike Inori. When I perused the anime, I had a love-hate relationship with her, as she was in some regards novel. However, after ruminating on her for quite a while, I have deduced she is a blatantly incomplete and excessively sexualized character whose primary purpose is to be Shuu's trophy. I am willing to acknowledge and factorize opposing opinions, but those are my findings.
Removed both the comment about judging those who commit suicide + the long comment after it. Please refrain from discussing with other users on comment pages, and keep judgment comments out of comments as well.
I would have preferred he died with her or they both died because i would kill my self if i lost her in rlf like shes basically his true love
R.I.P man why they never survive man like bru she dies at the end like rip
Only watched the sub version of guilty crown, but major props to both Chelly (her singing voice) and Kayanon. They voiced a great inori, can't imagine a better duo to voice her better.