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  1. Wanderer says:

    If I were a betting man, I’d give 50/50 odds of Cannibal Candy actually being that student council guy who brought Raishin in to investigate the attacks in the first place. He seems just a little too perfect, and the fact that his underling (entirely of her own volition of course, it couldn’t POSSIBLY have been his idea) went and placed suspicion on Charlotte just loops things around to make me more suspicious.

    • Vantage says:

      But then why would he involve Raishin, especially after acknowledging his strength? Unless Raishin and Yaya are actually his next victims, and this whole thing is a trap to lure them somewhere.

      It’s a plus for Raishin though. If that guy really is Cannibal Candy, then regardless of what the student council promised Raishin can still earn a spot in the festival by defeating him.

      • Wanderer says:

        I don’t know what his specific reason would be, besides the standard “to direct suspicion away from himself.” Individual reasons can vary from story to story, afterall, and we can’t know what his might be until we find out for sure if he actually is responsible. It is is a pretty common storytelling tool that the person who hires or recruits someone to investigate a crime actually turns out to be the criminal themselves. I’ve seen it often enough that I automatically become slightly suspicious of anyone who gets someone to solve a mystery for them. This guy, however, has enough other little things about him that send up warning flags that I am more than just “slightly” suspicious of him.

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