Once upon a time, the Kinme Clan were an extraordinary tribe best known for their incredible physical strength and golden eyes. Because of that they were revered as gods of war, but now the clan is slowly dying out due to a short lifespan. And just when most everyone has forgotten about the clan, a mysterious golden-eyed boy enters the scene...
This doesn't seem very well thought out. Why would the auromoculi be dying out from a shorter lifespan? Are mayflies dying out? No, and they only live for a day. Being alive for less time shouldn't affect their ability to propagate, as long as they live long enough to bear children. Also, if Toki's tribe is on the verge of extinction, why does fe still seem hung up on monogamy? Fe's obviously not marrying for love (since fe proposed to someone fe met for the first time that day), so wouldn't it be most practical for fem to try to find as many partners as fe can? No, this entire situation seems to have been created simply to contrast how Toki and Berry each respond to being rejected by a girl: Toki is gracious and immediately drops the issue, while Berry refuses to give up and even goes so far as to threaten the girl at gunpoint. The scumminess of Berry is further exaggerated because of how inconsequential feir need for a romantic partner is when compared to Toki's need to save feir dying tribe. I suppose the moral of the story is "No means no." The fights feel...unnecessary. Especially the fight with Quina, since it starts and stops and then Quina just walks away. It's like, why did fe even feel the need to start fighting in the first place? And what changed in those few seconds that made fem do a 180?
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