Horrors have always possessed people with "Inga", evil. It has never mattered where that Inga comes from. Hate, lust, greed, you name it. So if guilt is the key of creating a horror that does not destroy the hosts, then we would have had those kinds of horrors since their existence started, it wouldn't be something new.resop2 wrote: ↑Mon Oct 15, 2018 11:02 pmMy random thoughts on the first episode:
There seems to be two different types of horrors here. The first type was a regular horror formed from the girl who committed suicide in the storage room (that was roped off by police tape when Jinga got there). This horror didn't have a chance to propagate and stained Jinga's sword on death. The second type was formed from the traitor girl's tears on the chain. (No idea how the horror got into the chain. It could not have been a chain that the girl gang used to bind the suicide girl because the police would have taken it as evidence.) Traitor girl may have been different than suicide girl because she had strong feelings of guilt rather than hatred. This could have produced a different type of horror, one that doesn't kill the host and doesn't stain the sword on death. The new horror didn't kill the girl gang immediately and maybe was only going to teach them a lesson. But, since it was a horror, it had no love for a Makai Knight.
Mr. Decade is back???