Don't know if anyone is reading, so last one unless people want more
I'll go for as long as people want it
>A lot of mosquitoes on him
>Only one get caught
>It gets squished
>Getting caught depends on what the plant monster is doing, not what you are doing.
I love this ending. Thanks anon
I think he means that it doesn't matter if you're halfway across the world, in your room, or in a bunker. If you're the unlucky bastard that the plant happens to feel sipping up its honey, you get slapped like a mosquito.
The humans are essentially mosquitoes for the big plant thing. When it finds a "mosquito", it tries to kill it just like we do.
At least i thought that there was "something"
the protagonists could do to "not get caught",
like doing some specific thing while eating.
But no, it is all about the plant monster "catching" you
Did Ogi steal the jar(s) or did the natives set him up? Why would the natives share something so precious? To minimize the chance of getting caught themselves by having others keep the plant busy? Considering that it doesn't seem to take long to squash an individual, the saving of safe time would be minimal, if even any, and they gave out a lot of honey. Then again, that's exactly what Yamada did.
Maybe they're just nice guys, though.
Gyo was interesting in some areas but a lot of it I wasn't impressed with. Some scenes stayed with me though like when the MC enters the circus tent which has gorgeous artwork of the guy playing the flute.
I'm not super clear if it's everyone or just the lonely one who want to be one. But it's clear that it's the people who stitch themselves and others up, which is how hundreds of people in the hall got stitched up while there were guards outside.
I was feeling it was just one of those "and now everyone's crazy" kind of deals where when they get in groups they all go kinda loopy and want to stitch each other together. Like there's some subliminal thing that makes people's desire to be together go to that extreme.