Struck with shock and grief, she tells Rakka that she never cared for her to begin with and was only nice to her in a final, superficial, selfish bid for salvation. Reki then retreats to her room to await her fate. Rakka wouldn't have it though, and follows her into a room painted with nightmarish scenes of what little Reki remembered from her dream. Finally realizing that all she had to do was admit that she needed help, Rakka saves her from a physical manifestation of damnation in the form of a train. Afterwards, Reki finally receives her Day of Flight and Rakka takes over as the mentor figure of Old Home, raising the young Haibane while she awaits her own Day of Flight.
Man Haibane Renmei is so beautiful, I'm really lucky I found it and found my wife, they utterly changed my life.>>3497237
I think we would walk together down the aisles and chat together while we grab the things we need.>>3497457
With utter indifference most likely.>>3497696>reason
Her duty to her fellow Haibane and her friends.>reaction
For the first one, a light blush and smile followed by an "I love you too, anon" then "I know anon, you keep saying that!" while her smile widens a little more every time.>promise
She would feel pretty bad about it even if it was minor, she would feel like she was betraying her friend's trust in her and that would sting really bad for her. It would just be worse if it was a more serious promise.>>3497706
Oh man, if I did this to Rakka it would be doing something really heinous like fetishising her suicide or depression or something, that's really gross and even as nice as she is I don't think she would entertain it. She would find it pretty cruel and I would agree.>>3497799
Nice to meet you two!>>3498127
Not yet, unfortunately.