One can reason the time limitation is the one imperfection his ability has, and in that case, would he actually be capable of doing more than just physical actions while in another’s body?
Does he possess the capability of going through their memories while he’s at it?
Needless to say, the clues are there—the question is which ones are the ones to follow—and there’s clearly more than meets the eye here, especially regarding the Otosaka family.
The whole feeling that there’s a family member “missing” lights up the radar like nothing else, and one wonders—assuming his existence was real—just how much relationship there is between that missing family member has with the powers possessed by those in Hoshinoumi Academy’s Student Council.
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The `elements` who needed to have pure souls and sharp senses, finally start off the fight and the time of uniting humanity`s hopes into the legendary Aquarion has come. Was I the one who suggested that you watch Aquarion?
And I'm sure you can see their pose in the small version of that poster.... -___-) I get the feeling Satelight can do amazing wonders only if it wants to (Macross Zero, Aquarion, Noein) - and part of that includes the capability of hte director.
I'm really looking forward to this Let's hope it'll be another show of (edit: I liked Aquarion. I'm sorry, that was a really stupid miss on my part. The director just needs to be able to get teh right people together, and Satelight's production can actually bring their various talents together very well, since they are receptive to a great amount of styles.
It’s only fitting that a such a person be stopped as soon as humanly possible, and there was definitely a measure of satisfaction seeing his atrocities put to a sudden, swift, and painful end.
Forcing him to transfer schools and causing him to get dumped by the girl he tried so hard to get are just additional icing to the metaphorical cake, and there’s much to be said about how enjoyable leading things as the series’ creator however, that doesn’t come as much of a surprise, and the cheerful opening comes in as a likely cover for what should be a darker, more serious story.