Saikin Kono Sekai wa Watashi Dake no Mono ni Narimashita......

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Vol. 4 Ch. 82 - In Those Days.
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@ultimatehaki
It happened before everyone "disappeared" (coma started)
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Small update made in this chapter. Father-in-law -> Step-father .

Downloads on irc fixed, as is groups reader.
Last edited 2 years ago by MangaDex.
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I kind of skipped a lot of the in-between chapters when I picked this up. I wonder if there was any kind of foreshadowing about the true nature of her situation? Without that, it would just seem like kind of an ass-pull by the author. Like "lol, she was in a coma the whole time! Betcha didn't see that coming."

I haven't looked at the RAW, but this page https://mangadex.org/data/d81d6a3792c3907f2777248ef10477f0/m5.png I'm assuming it had "็พฉ็ˆถ" written in the Japanese. "Gifu" can mean both "stepfather" and also "father-in-law," and in this case, it should have been the former instead of the (incorrectly used) latter. After all, it was her stepfather and stepbrother who died. It can also mean foster father, but that's not relevant in this case.

https://mangadex.org/data/d81d6a3792c3907f2777248ef10477f0/m7.png
And whoa, the ship capsized so quickly that seemingly all the lifeboats were still attached. What in the heck?
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What, this is so cliche, but at least the mangaka has an answer mmm...
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I'm thinking it was a suicide pact thing and they had something to do with the boat capsizing. This would explain why they were trying to usher her towards the afterlife. I presume the price is just another patient who talked to her? Also who remembers that giant door where they found the prince. What if that is indicating her brain locking off a memory?
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Hmm. So she's been in a coma for 2 years. The coma part was predictable, but there's still a lot to explain.
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So I'm guessing the gang rape flashback scene didn't actually happen then. That's a relief.
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So i think the sleeping prince is maybe someone in similar condition (coma, maybe) in the same hospital

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Sooo my question is, did Miki's gang rape actually happen? We know there's a timeline of "Miki got felt up by her brother -> Miki graduated from high school/her brother dies that day -> Miki goes away to college... but the supposed gang rape also happened after she went to college. Was that real was she already in a coma by then?

Have all of her nymphomanic days (before everyone vanished) also then been part of the coma-dream? i.e. it's possible she's still a virgin?

And since she was in a dream, no one "raped" her because, well, it's her dream. Her subconscious imagined herself being raped. Probably.

Anyway it's been a hell of a ride, and I feel like I joined at just the right time, since I just started reading this manga this week.
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Regarding the prince: If him being asleep for the most part means he was conscious, then he can't be the father.
There's also the thing about "the world" we've been on until now. Was it the purgatory? Or was it Miki's imaginary world. Because the title of the series suggest it's her imagination, and so, the other people wouldn't be the actual souls of anyone, but just Miki's dream.

Then, it wouldn't be that a certain character is doing this or that. But just that her dream changes according to real world stimuli and her mind tries to fit them as best as she can.
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I must admit that the image of that capsized cruise ship strongly reminded me of Sanbe Kei's manga, Cradle of Monsters.
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Yeah but it could be that they went to commit suicide but they died before they could in the ship accident.
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@lex79 as the girls in the hospital were talking about a capsized ship I would be surprised if it were not an accident. That said, this manga has been very good at surprising me.
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@shoker it's said they want to an offline meeting, this expression can be used as an euphemism for a suicide meeting. Maybe they all wanted to die from the beginning and since Miki "failed" they are "helping" her.
The prince being the father could explain why he seems to know Miki's mother. Or maybe he's the brother that miraculously survived the incident?
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AHHHHHHHHHH WHAT.

So wait?! WAS HER BEING A NYMPHO ALL PART OF HER DREAM? AS A MEANS OF ESCAPE FROM WAKING UP?! Was being afraid of the dark being afraid of waking up and accepting the reality?!

WAS EVERYONE DISAPPEARING FROM HER OWN WORLD JUST HER REACHING CONSCIOUSNESS SO HER FAKE REALITY IS JUST CRUMBLING?!?!?!?


AHHHHHH. IS IT THE PRINCE WITH THE FLOWERS??

Wait, but how did the prince "reach" her? Like he knew how to do it? AHHH SO MANY ANSWERS BUT STILL MANY QUESTIONS REMAIN. *blows up*
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So, let me get this straight... The afterlife has drones?
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I think it played out pretty interestingly. I certainly didn't expect the brother to have been dead.
But I'll agree that it seems like the Prince is the Father, would certainly explain why him and the Brother don't want Miki to cross that bridge which likely led to the afterlife. Also the scene where the Prince was pretty reluctant to have to do the deed with Miki.

Rather curious why her friends would be so insistent in making her die, maybe they thought her soul was lost?
I mean I was thinking okay maybe the dead friends don't know she was alive, but if that were true why would the brother/father know? Maybe the Mother praying to the family shrine?
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@Acolytus from what she said in the previous chapter looks like her brother was in love with her and she feels guilty that she didn't reciprocate him or if she did she didn't confess before he died. She mentioned fulfilling onichan's wish....
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Woah. So she wasn't a nympho.
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