WHY DID ELLIOT FINALLY RETHINK HIS PREVIOUS WORDS RIGHT BEFORE DYING

WHY DID OSCAR FINALLY SAY EVERYTHING HE WANTED TO SAY RIGHT BEFORE DYING

WHY DID BREAK FINALLY LET HIMSELF SHOW HIS TRUE EMOTIONS RIGHT BEFORE DYING

WHY DID ECHO FINALLY SMILE RIGHT BEFORE DYING

WHY DOES IMPORTANT CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT HAPPEN RIGHT BEFORE DYING

I may be biased about this but I still think that a very small amount of love is mixed in with Jack’s feelings for Lacie. My reasoning is that, at the very least, at their very first meeting, I think we can agree he felt positively toward her, right? Past there, as he became warped, confused about his own feelings, etc., is when it became a sort of hate. But I think it was described as a hate born from the fact that he did like her, that she had such an impact on his life. I’m pretty positive that if he can get through his identity problems, his ‘true’ feelings will be affection for Oswald, Alice, Gilbert, Vincent, and also, Lacie. Not only does it fit how I’m pretty sure his character is, but I think it fits how Pandora Hearts has been in general. In its present state, obviously it is not a healthy love, but I find it hard to believe that there is no love at all anywhere in him for her.

It’s just twisted up in an obsessive, vulnerable, desperate, helplessly selfish, very confused mixture of other feelings/nonfeelings.

anonymous said:

I pretty much guessed Jack didn't really love Lacie from 91, when he's being Oz's own personal space invader. I think Jack is kind of obsessed with Oz, too, for the same reason: because Oz is also, in a way, proof that he is real and does exist. It might also be why Jack is so eager to dismiss Oz's own claims to existence, calling Oz "nothing" way back during the initial reveal - because both in and out of story Jack and Oz are inverses; the more 'real' Oz is, the less 'real' Jack seems.

Very slight Retrace 99 spoilers.

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