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Feb 16, 2:17 AM
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The wedding wasn't a dream, I repeat it wasn't a dream. I don't know why people are dumb enough to think that. Fuutarou just mentioned that there was a time in the past where all five of them pointed out at the same time and then a scene is shown where he wakes up in the past. The pointing out doesn't happen untill after he woke up in the past. So if the wedding was a dream then he wouldn't have known that the pointing out happened in the past too.

In the last few panels the past and present (after the wedding) was shown alongside. Fuutarou was just remembering the past.
 
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Feb 16, 2:40 AM

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Eon00 said:
The wedding wasn't a dream, I repeat it wasn't a dream. I don't know why people are dumb enough to think that. Fuutarou just mentioned that there was a time in the past where all five of them pointed out at the same time and then a scene is shown where he wakes up in the past. The pointing out doesn't happen untill after he woke up in the past. So if the wedding was a dream then he wouldn't have known that the pointing out happened in the past too.

In the last few panels the past and present (after the wedding) was shown alongside. Fuutarou was just remembering the past.


Its up to the readers interpretation.
 
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Feb 16, 3:17 AM

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Eon00 said:
The wedding wasn't a dream, I repeat it wasn't a dream. I don't know why people are dumb enough to think that. Fuutarou just mentioned that there was a time in the past where all five of them pointed out at the same time and then a scene is shown where he wakes up in the past. The pointing out doesn't happen untill after he woke up in the past. So if the wedding was a dream then he wouldn't have known that the pointing out happened in the past too.

In the last few panels the past and present (after the wedding) was shown alongside. Fuutarou was just remembering the past.


Yeah that makes sense. I like to think he's remembering good times of teaching them and what happens just before they graduate. Guess its also just to try and calm the other shippers to an extent by ending it on the original teaching part where all the girls are there.
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ss4chris said:
Eon00 said:
The wedding wasn't a dream, I repeat it wasn't a dream. I don't know why people are dumb enough to think that. Fuutarou just mentioned that there was a time in the past where all five of them pointed out at the same time and then a scene is shown where he wakes up in the past. The pointing out doesn't happen untill after he woke up in the past. So if the wedding was a dream then he wouldn't have known that the pointing out happened in the past too.

In the last few panels the past and present (after the wedding) was shown alongside. Fuutarou was just remembering the past.


Its up to the readers interpretation.

it isn't, you see other character's pov, like raiha having a flashback during the wedding, it's not a dream.
 
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noelX said:
ss4chris said:


Its up to the readers interpretation.

it isn't, you see other character's pov, like raiha having a flashback during the wedding, it's not a dream.


I think he purposely ended it that way so everyone could interpret their own way of ending to it but I dont think it really works since you know who the author chose and there was a large chunk where he had chosen Yotsuba. So its like a quick repair measure he tried to give the other ships a happy ending as he said he wanted an ending where "everyone was happy".


This is the translators thoughts on it on the page I read it from which I think sums it up nicely.
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DarknessReality said:
noelX said:

it isn't, you see other character's pov, like raiha having a flashback during the wedding, it's not a dream.


I think he purposely ended it that way so everyone could interpret their own way of ending to it but I dont think it really works since you know who the author chose and there was a large chunk where he had chosen Yotsuba. So its like a quick repair measure he tried to give the other ships a happy ending as he said he wanted an ending where "everyone was happy".


This is the translators thoughts on it on the page I read it from which I think sums it up nicely.


I am just going to wait for a certain author to make a doujin where they all have an orgy and a true harem ending just like Nisekoi.
 
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Xaelath said:
I am just going to wait for a certain author to make a doujin where they all have an orgy and a true harem ending just like Nisekoi.



Emmmmm, ok. XD. You do you lmao.
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DarknessReality said:
noelX said:

it isn't, you see other character's pov, like raiha having a flashback during the wedding, it's not a dream.


I think he purposely ended it that way so everyone could interpret their own way of ending to it but I dont think it really works since you know who the author chose and there was a large chunk where he had chosen Yotsuba. So its like a quick repair measure he tried to give the other ships a happy ending as he said he wanted an ending where "everyone was happy".


This is the translators thoughts on it on the page I read it from which I think sums it up nicely.

uhm no that seems unlikely, i don't see any room for interpretation
 
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Xaelath said:
DarknessReality said:


I think he purposely ended it that way so everyone could interpret their own way of ending to it but I dont think it really works since you know who the author chose and there was a large chunk where he had chosen Yotsuba. So its like a quick repair measure he tried to give the other ships a happy ending as he said he wanted an ending where "everyone was happy".


This is the translators thoughts on it on the page I read it from which I think sums it up nicely.


I am just going to wait for a certain author to make a doujin where they all have an orgy and a true harem ending just like Nisekoi.
there already are some of them
 
Feb 16, 11:39 AM
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Open ending is the worst thing i could imagine for this series

Hopefully it will gain some sequels
Im even fine with the nino's, itsuki's,ichika's,miku's and yotsuba's version of the ending.

I wont accept something like open-ed or allsisters-ed i Just cant stand it
 
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noelX said:
ss4chris said:


Its up to the readers interpretation.

it isn't, you see other character's pov, like raiha having a flashback during the wedding, it's not a dream.


it is a dream though.

and it is up to the reader's interpretation
 
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Eon00 said:
The wedding wasn't a dream, I repeat it wasn't a dream. I don't know why people are dumb enough to think that. Fuutarou just mentioned that there was a time in the past where all five of them pointed out at the same time and then a scene is shown where he wakes up in the past. The pointing out doesn't happen untill after he woke up in the past. So if the wedding was a dream then he wouldn't have known that the pointing out happened in the past too.

In the last few panels the past and present (after the wedding) was shown alongside. Fuutarou was just remembering the past.


Of course it was a dream. In the last page of the chapter Fuutarou said "what happened to the wedding?". It doesn't make sense if it was a flashback.
 
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ss4chris said:
noelX said:

it isn't, you see other character's pov, like raiha having a flashback during the wedding, it's not a dream.


it is a dream though.

and it is up to the reader's interpretation


its not a dream you can see that its just a flashback then the present joins up














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Feb 19, 4:10 PM

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Mattinator95 said:
ss4chris said:


it is a dream though.

and it is up to the reader's interpretation


its not a dream you can see that its just a flashback then the present joins up
















so its a dream.

you proving my point
 
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ss4chris said:
Mattinator95 said:


its not a dream you can see that its just a flashback then the present joins up
















so its a dream.

you proving my point



no the wedding was real ,

as soon as he says "havent we had this same problem before' it goes into the flashback

where he has a dream about a wedding at the point in time about the event of the quints on picking where to go and 'THATS RIGHT I THOUGHT THE SAME THING THAT TIME TOO'

you can clearly see the double panel of past and present quints then follows with another one with Fuutarou
 
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Mattinator95 said:
ss4chris said:


so its a dream.

you proving my point



no the wedding was real ,

as soon as he says "havent we had this same problem before' it goes into the flashback

where he has a dream about a wedding at the point in time about the event of the quints on picking where to go and 'THATS RIGHT I THOUGHT THE SAME THING THAT TIME TOO'

you can clearly see the double panel of past and present quints then follows with another one with Fuutarou


yes its a dream within a dream.
 
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Now I'm starting doubting a little about it😅
But I'm sure it was not a dream(It would be very sad if it's so... it' a little sad anyway)
 
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Yeap it wasn't a dream since if you see his clothes while talking to Yotsuba after the wedding and the clothes in the time he wakes up from a dream and after he said "Quintuplets are such a trouble " you can see that it comes back to the present after remembering that time where he woke up from a dream and the sisters did the same thing as they did for how to decide the honeymoon.

 
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Is it a dream? Well yes and no.
It's a dream, Negi did that for the fans who didn't like the Yotsuba ending.
It's not a dream it's a flashback.
Welp depends on you if you want it to be a dream or not.
But even if you want it to be a dream, You can't deny and change the fact that Yotsuba still won 100%.
 
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