DtB: Ryuusei no Gemini Episode 8 – What Misaki heard

Playing the part where she listened to the recording again and again in a slower pace, I can figure out the words ‘anata dake ni kikoeru,’ more or less.

This roughly translates to ‘And to only you I will listen.’ This ties in with the assumption that the contractor who can see the future is Amber. I assume it was her saying this, and she was saying this to Hei.

Of course, this is all guesswork. But try playing the scene again. The words are relatively distinct.

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4 Responses to “DtB: Ryuusei no Gemini Episode 8 – What Misaki heard”

  1. MushroomSamba Says:

    Good pair of ears. 🙂

  2. Exia Says:

    Well, even without listening on the voice, I figured it was Amber because she was the only other person to have come in contact with that recorder aside from Misaki and her former boss Hourai. Heck, she’s the one that put it in Misaki’s pocket in the first place. Plus, if you have been reading the tie-in manga like I have, there is a part where Hei reads a note from Amber giving clues and warning Hei about his nemesis in the manga. So it makes perfect sense that she’s left clues for Hei and co., seeing as she’s gone through numerous futures and then re winded time over and over again, thus knowing what particular outcomes would happen when Hei chose not to eliminate humans or Contractors at the end of S1.

    Also, was it the contractor who could ‘see’ the future or the contractor who has the ability to ‘change’ the future when Madame referred to it? Depending on the translation/interpretation it might actually not be Amber who holds the Memory of the Future.

  3. Ryan A Says:

    Damn, this is big stuff ^_^!

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