There's no real hell on this, just rencarnation or rest.
Prove me wrong.
Words 02 - Reincarnation and the Void
These are where souls that have been judged go.
Once the deceased have been judged after playing one of many games, they are escorted to two side-by-side doors, each containing a customers-only elevator leading to reincarnation or the void.
The "White Noh Mask" and the "Hannya Mask" are displayed above the elevator doors, and reveal where the souls are headed. Once the souls of the deceased have made their journey, their bodies take the form of dolls.
Those who are reincarnated may live anew in the present day, but those sent to the void are cast into the graveyard of souls.
Souls cast into the Void are left with their negative emotions and consciousness intact, and remain in nothingness for all eternity.
This is literally stated by one of the characters.
I bet you're one of those retards who comes here bitching about plot holes in an anime after not paying attention to half the things being said.
I just want more of Onna's story. She's quite clearly not like the others. Is she in training to become an arbitrator? Has she be brought in to help provide some understanding of humanity to the people at the bar? is she just someone who came to Quindecim under unusual circumstances, with the arbitrators deciding to take her in?
What if all souls turn bad at one point.
Like all souls are created pure good but as a sideffect of living they get less and less good.
In this system, the Quindecim and other bars are acting as some kind of filtration system.
It also suppose that new souls are constantly being created.
Every time one is reincarnated they lose all memories of who they were, after being reborn they will have different life experiences that will change/determinate who they are and how they handle things.
i think their system is seriously flawed
what if both souls are entirely evil, what if both are good?, do they just void the slightly worse soul? or can they void both / reincarnate both?
>It also suppose that new souls are constantly being created.
This is the right choice.
The population of the world keeps growing and around half of the souls get thrown into oblivion, so there's that.
Yeah, not to mention that there doesn't seem to be any karma across reincarnations and the policy seems to be "fuck up in one life and into the void it goes", which means that in the long run pretty much everybody will end up in the void
That sounds pretty dumb, if you just get constantly reincarnated until you inevitably end up permanently in the void then what's the point of the entire process? It would make more sense if souls carry some form of "good" or "evil" across with them, and that new souls are being churned out all the time so you theoretically end up filtering out the garbage.
>didn't even watch the show
I'm not sure I understand what theological framework the show is working off of.
Reincarnation is a big part of Buddhism, but it's not strictly a reward. It's used to punish as well as reward, but in a way being reincarnated in the first place is a kind of failure. It means you didn't achieve enlightenment and so you have to go back and live once more until you can learn to live your life correctly.
To that end, banishing people into the void doesn't really serve a purpose, people who are wicked are also reincarnated, but they are moved down the hierarchy of life. So a horrible person might be reincarnated as a flea or something. And until they live a good life as a flea, being the best flea ever, they won't move up the hierarchy to reach humanity again.
If the show can't get its internal logic sorted out then it's not intelligent or deep, it's just stupid. We're only three episodes in so maybe they'll sort their shit out, but I'm not hopeful.
I'm enjoying the show despite my misgiving though.
>combine Sheol and Saṃsara
>expect it to jive
Pretty fucking shit I tell you what. The sentiments expressed by both religions on the place of Death in life are wholly incompatible.
Billiards is so much better for not being explicit.
The internal logic is that living is worth it.
Only you need to keep assholes out of it, because they make everything shitty, hence Decim and the Void.
What exactly goes on in the void is up for the show to explore or for us to speculate.
Not this shit again.
their souls leave their bodies when they ride the elevator, but the actual corpse without a soul is turned into a puppet and shoved in Decim's closet for him to play with.
So in the Death Parade universe, people disappear when they die.
Till I remember, only a few people go to the bar (those who dies at same time for whatever reason), most people go straight to heaven or hell, that might fix most of the flaws of the system and makes the bar like a literal game.
Then should be 4 options in the universe:
Heaven, Hell, Reincarnation & Void.
Or just 3 if Hell=Void.
Hope the loli clarifies this shit.
May you forgive my shity english, based anon.
>Souls cast into the Void are left with their negative emotions and consciousness intact, and remain in nothingness for all eternity.
Decim and Co confirmed for Incubators harvesting despair. You get reincarnated until you get a fucked up life and become a battery for them, there is no winning.