>>3236835>When was this stated? Or are you basing it on the implications of the train trying to run her over?
They say in one point "your dream is the last memory of your other life" and is heavily implied that Reki is not the only one who committed suicide think about it and tell me how is a train "trying" to run over someone ?? remember anon for christians suicide is a mortal sin.>No. They were not. If they were mentioned again, it was offhandedly as the only people being able to go outside the wall. They were only shown the 1 time in episode 2 or whatever.
If that is true who saves Rakka when she fell in the dried well ??>And Reki had her own issues. That didn't stop her day of flight from coming first. That's not a valid explanation.
Yes it is, the day of flight is not a competition and Hyouko and Reki have similar age and for Nemu you have your answer. >The only example of this is Kuu. That's not reliable and they even question why she would go first since she's so much younger, implying that it is abnormal.
Well in first place i said it's possible for they have all gone but not necessarily all of them has to had their day of flight maybe some are in the factory too.>It was vaguely implied that the Factory was somehow unsuitable for them. I kind of took this as a "lack of resources" or maybe "lack of caretakers."
Erase "vaguely" and i agree with all you have written>It took Reki her entire life up until the day of her flight to "repent" yet Rakka became a sinner and repented within a week.
This is hard to explain but im going to try, look Reki said with her own words that she don't trust in anyone and only help others for her own selfishness and she only cares for her own salvation only when she said all of that to Rakka and despite of that Rakka goes to help Reki, only in that moment is when Reki
feels truly repent, Rakka is in some way selfish too but she isn't a fear of asking for help and feel truly repent when she have to.