#2316 #2316 published on April 6th, 2020Read more posts by the author of #2316, Sage10 Comments on #2316 It get’s kinda hard to fathom how far back the kids go. Before almost all recorded human history.
He looks way less unstoppable killer and more like a normal kid
At the moment he’s a normal kid with an unstoppable killer lingering in the back of his head.
Yay names! Michelle’s reasoning is probably accurate too, or it’s just a coincidence.
Those oil-slick eyes. So shiny…
I have heard of asters before, but no shion. What type of flower are they?
In ‘modern’ 😉 language, it is the Japanese name for ‘Aster tataricus’.
wow so we have confirmation on the twins names so now its what going to be Aster, Life, Shion, Death when they show up on same pages?
No. Aster, Death, Life, Shion. 😛
Considering that common language evolves over years, it is possible they were simply names in the kid’s times, but as millenia upon millenia passed, people started associating the word with something else. Instead of a name, it became a symbol, and instead of a symbol, it became a flower.
Or it was mentioned somewhere in some ancient text, someone read it, and was “hey that’s a cool name, I totally gonna use that on a flower!”
I see what you did there, Sage.
They won’t forget indeed.