[EVA] Yui's involvment
ebj.nerv at flashnet.it
Wed Apr 19 19:53:52 EDT 2000
> if I remember corectly Futski said that "Gendou changed after that day" so
> either he did not antisipate the 'accident' with Unit 01
That would be my take.
> abandoning shinji was never the
> plan, also shinji did run away remember so the fault does not lie with Yui
>there, she trusted Gendou to take care of their son. I suspect that loosing Yui
>was tearing Gendou apart and having shinji around was a constant reminder of
that >loss. he starts acting hostile towards shinji (not to mention the whole
cold and >distant bit) and eventualy Shinji just couldn't take it anymore and
ran off 3 >years before the show starts.
Shinji ran away because he was a child, and Gendou was at the same time angry
because of this and also worried about Shinji, considering what he was becoming
he probably thought that the farthest Shinji was from here, the safest from his
influence. Of course, it happened all the contrary and as hedgehog as the father
so grew the son.
> I dont know what Gendou would have done with 3rd impact, but obviously gendou
> had strayed from her plan, (or she was just REALLY pissed about how he had
> treated shinji) when she (was it her or rei or the part of her who was rei who
> made this final choice? (is there a difrence?) I still havent seen the movies,
> just read scripts and treatments from Evasage and a few other web sites) took
> that choice away and gave it to shinji.
Well, gendou wanted Yui back, so his plan was to control TI to make it so. As
for Rei's behavior, Rei is Rei, and nobody else. She decided that she would
entrust Shinji rather than Gendou with control over TI because Shinji had not
used her like he had.
> since shinji was already screwed in the head from everything he had gone
> through, he might not have been the best choice, but there is so little known
>about all this.
On the contrary, it is in adversities that corageous people show their best
part, and Shinji faced it all and made the right choice, to return to life
despite the pain it could bring.
> we saw in the tv series that there was more than one path that
>could be taken, constructive as well as destructive. Kiel and Seele obiously
>wanted an out, (btw where did the whole "Keil being the wandering Jew" theory
>start? was it leaked by the creaters? or was it an idea from a fan who got to
>wondering about the lance?)
A fan idea. And Instrumentality is exactly that, a choice of possibilities,
after considering what one is and has been. Microsoft Complementation: "Where do
you want to go now?" :P
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