In this chapter we basically realize that out of the first generations of Qs, Saiko truly was the only success.
Mutsuki crossed the line between human and ghoul by starting to eat humans. As of now we don’t know the state of his frames but I personally don’t think he is or will be de-framed.
Urie pushed himself to the limit and de-framed. He probably is the strongest just in raw power, but he can’t control it anymore. He doesn’t know what he should fight for anymore.
Shirazu… yeah, let’s move on.
Saiko is in most senses a failure as an investigator. She never wanted to be one yet she became one due to her mother. In missions she tends to be lazy and joke around. She isn’t aspiring to become better or to learn more, she is just herself.
Saiko is a kagune genius as we saw this chapter, able to change the shape of her kagune freely.
The “supposed” purpose of the Qs was for humans to have an easy to access weapon at all time and to increase the physical abilities of investigators without them loosing control. Under this definition Saiko is probably the best.
mariahsdillard asked: Can I get the scene of Mariah telling Shades they would have to kill Candace in 1x08 if she turned on Mariah paralleled to the scene of him killing Candace in the season finale?