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View Poll Results: Mushishi Episode 17 Discussion
5 out of 5: Loved it!
 
143 79.89%
4 out of 5: Liked it
 
28 15.64%
3 out of 5: It was OK
 
6 3.35%
2 out of 5: Disliked it
 
1 0.56%
1 out of 5: Hated it
 
1 0.56%
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02-07-08, 1:35 PM

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THIS IS AN ANIME ONLY DISCUSSION POST. DO NOT DISCUSS THE MANGA BEYOND THIS EPISODE.
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If she didn't come back at all, that probably would've been by my account the most tragic episode ever, although there are so many sad ones.

To be honest, I was expecting her to return but in a Jumanji "look I've aged" kind of way... I guess this works too ;D
 
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02-07-08, 10:06 PM

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Lol I like how nobody responds to your threads...except this one.
 
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02-07-08, 10:35 PM

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Why are there five options in the poll? There should only be one.


You know exactly what I mean.
 
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02-08-08, 5:19 AM

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quitearush said:
Lol I like how nobody responds to your threads...except this one.


Yeah, but I figure few people write opening posts for near every episode in a series (especially one with no one else posting), so I guess I was kind of asking for it :P
 
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02-22-08, 12:15 AM

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Very good episode.
So the older sister didn't age a day, and completely forgot everything (it seemed like it), but I'm glad she managed to reach home.

 
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03-14-08, 11:33 AM

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great episode, but im not sure if i understand correctly:

the younger sister put a letter in multiple cocoons, hoping that the uro-san of that cocooon was connected to her sister, and therefore sending it to her?
 
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03-29-08, 11:03 AM

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Arghh! I'm a bit confused. It was not said what time it is when Ito came back? Is her sister still alive and kicking? and still on the same age or in that time where Ginko guided him in the Uroan? Arghh! I think this episode is not complete. I just get the part about those kind of Mushis, but the story of the 2 sisters didn't make it to my understanding. Or am I just missing some thing? Can someone just answer the questions I have? LOL!

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quitearush said:
Lol I like how nobody responds to your threads...except this one.

So you LIKE it when nobody responds to someone's threads, eh?! LOL! What a weird liking! You're funny! LMAO
 
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04-28-08, 6:54 PM

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the ending was nice, but i wanted to know how old aya was when ito returned home..
 
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06-18-08, 7:43 AM

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katsup said:
the ending was nice, but i wanted to know how old aya was when ito returned home..

oh yeah fair point. i kinda assumed it was around the same time ginko showed aya the tunnels. but being mushi-shi and all it couldv'e been years later. sorry babykeiji im just as lost lol

another thing i liked about this episode was seeing how ginko knows where to go to see people about their mushi problems..when he said he had mail and looked up i was expecting to see a bird or something..the cocoon caught me off guard a bit lol

Neverender said:
Why are there five options in the poll? There should only be one.
You know exactly what I mean.

HAHA XD so true
 
06-24-08, 7:43 PM

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Happy endings have been few and far between. It was nice to see this story end nicely. Even if Ito now has no memories of her sister or their childhood together.
 
07-30-08, 4:55 PM

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Loved this episode though I'm still a bit confused on some parts as well.


 
08-19-08, 4:17 AM

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Such a sad story. But a nice ending at least. Who's going to be the older sister now? :D

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08-22-08, 4:39 PM

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Awww that was sweet. ><.... They got to see each other again! =D.... But I wonder where the letter came from. I think it was from the cocoons that Aya put letters in right? I think ><



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08-31-08, 5:00 PM

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this is absolutly one of my fave <3 so touching ;_; i cryied SO(???) A LOT


<i>Hiroshima, how beautiful it was</i>
 
10-06-08, 3:12 PM

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I liked the the entire cocoon letter system and how the Mushi worked within it. I thought it was pretty cool.
 
10-26-08, 7:46 PM

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I wonder if Aya still expected Ito's homecoming after she saw the Uro-Ana...well on the other thought..it have to be so...otherwise, the letter wouldn't arrive..? *takes a second look on the letter she's carrying* not affected by time or anything else...almost good as new...

conclusion: Aya never gave up hope AND is still alive as Ito returns...

btw would be nice to get your mail on this way =)
 
01-02-09, 10:59 PM

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Great episode, as usual. I don't see how some people who responded to this thread didn't get the timeline of the story. The narrator specifically said "years later (after shown event), a girl came out of a cocoon" or something to that effect.
 
02-15-09, 2:36 PM

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"You've got mail" was what a strange voice in my head said when I saw Ginko picking up his vibrating cocoon.
I was surprised that there were actually mushi with a practical use as well, although they don't lack danger, and that the mushishi seem to be using them frequently.
 
03-14-09, 12:40 PM

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one of my favs
"...our faces marked by toil, by deceptions, by success, by love; our weary eyes looking still, looking always, looking anxiously for something out of life, that while it is expected is already gone – has passed unseen, in a sigh, in a flash – together with the youth, with the strength, with the romance of illusions.” - Joseph Conrad ('Youth')
 
04-09-09, 9:57 PM

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Maybe since she was so young when she came out she was on "mushi time", so it wasn't so many years for her?
 
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