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The Sesshomaru and Rin Relationship The InuYasha series is a whirlwind of “ what ifs.” What will happen to Kagome after thirty years in. There are four possibly outcomes, lets see which one you are. For both guys and girls!. So, until I see proof that Rumiko Takahashi said that Sesshomaru and Rin have a daughter/father relationship or Romantic one, I say its still a.
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In order for those childish views to be construed into anything else such a meeting and all the pain, struggles, laughter, memories, bonds forged afterward would have to be undone. The very pang that made a once-selfish demon lord mourn a withering child in Hell enough to reject his own sword would need its very existence erased.
Does the sun not rise after spring is over? Or from the paternal perspective, to watch a flower bloom may be one of the most glorious hours of all. Simply because their species are not archetypical does not mandate that their bond is not — Sesshomaru and Rin, dog-demon and human child, father and daughter From the fic "Truth": Seriously, who has to remind their spouse to feed themselves, unless the person has some sort of special condition? That's not something a boyfriend normally does.
That's something a parent trying to teach their kid to do certain things does. And how can you say that he isn't parenting her? How can you say that she isn't dependent on him? She was dirty, raggedy, had forgotten how to speak, had no social skills, and was barely just surviving. The way she was, no wonder she ended up getting killed.
She couldn't even survive for a little while on her own. Rumiko's pretty respectful of her own gender-she had to turn Jakotsu into a guy because though originally he was meant to be female, she couldn't stand the thought of Inuyasha-the hero of the series-killing a woman. Only after Sesshomaru steps in does she clean up.
Only after Sesshomaru tells her to feed herself does she start to do so-and never even actually by herself, he always leaves Jaken there to babysit her. At first she was so emotionally dependent on Sesshomaru that during his absence, she'd do nothing but wait for him curled up in a ball-and she took his instructions so literally it's ridiculous. Slowly, after social interaction with Sesshomaru and Jaken who was assigned to the role by Sesshomaru I must add she starts talking more and more, and reaching out to other people-until the end when she can live away from him without being emotionally crushed.
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As they become more independent, you slowly decrease your providing for them and catering to their whims They are now ready to survive on their own. That doesn't mean your love disappears-but the child does not need you for constant guidance anymore.
They leave the nest now, or start getting ready to. At first, she was entirely dependent on him-everyone saw what she was like before he stepped in-slowly, she began to do certain things for herself with Sesshomaru's help until the end, where she has left the nest Let's forget the fact that she basically just married her adoptive father-even if that wasn't the case, she does not get a choice to think otherwise when someone with that much influence and authority in her life makes her decision for her before she even understood what it really was.
So no, even if she is "older", it still isn't healthy-there's still a whole bunch of problems. While every place has a different legal definition of what counts as a "child", most places-yes, including Japan-condemn child grooming on the same level of statutory rape. It's like drugging a person to get their "consent".
There is a way around that- if you make it so that Sesshomaru develops feelings "accidentally" after she gets older. However, Rin NEVER grows up during the span of the series and nowhere does it say that Sesshomaru starts liking her a few years later, so that's a completely different fan-made character.
That's not Takahashi's Rin. If you make it so the ties are severed, you have strayed from the character so far that it is no longer Rin. It's just an OC with the same name It's like we are nothing more than baby-making factories-usually for Sesshomaru-with no importance, lives, personalities or anything of our own. Particularly bad, since in Rin's case, she canonically serves no other purpose than to humanize Sesshomaru by giving him the responsibility and life changing experience of being a parent.
Argument 2 DA essay: Furthermore, has anyone taken into account how much time these men with their wards-in-waiting actually spent with their future brides prior to later adolescence? These periods are only interrupted by a repetitious battle with Inuyasha or Naraku or in the movies another generic villain.
He said in a interview with "Animage" that while he prefers to have female protagonists, "It's difficult. They immediately become the subjects of lolicon. In a sense, if we want to depict someone who is affirmative to us, we have no choice but to make them as lovely as possible. But now, there are too many people who shamelessly depict such heroines as if they just want such girls as pets, and things are escalating more and more.
Are eyebrows raised since he goes against the grain of Japanese culture? I personally don't think Hayao Miyazaki is an anomaly, so I believe Takahashi could have intended Rin to see her protector in a solely filial light.
Great Arguments on Sesshomaru/Kagura couple Part 1
Let me just say this: Takahashi IS Japanese, she went out of her way to make Rin a small child, she out of her way to make Sess realize that to make oneself stronger is not worth the sacrifice of Rin's life when he couldn't revive her in the arc Hell episode. He wasn't thinking of Rin as a mate but as his child that he was responsible for. Any parent would have felt guilty for putting their own child in harm's way. Takahashi continued to go out of her way to make Kohaku constantly protecting Rin's life when they were inside hell and inside Naraku, thus making him a worthy mate for her.
When they were inside Naraku and Sess couldn't scent her, he was acting like any parent worried in search for their kid. Takahashi was not indicating anything other than making Rin be the child that can make Sess understand through unconditional love that all humans are not bad. By him bringing her a kimono, it was a clear understanding that he still is responsible for her and continued in providing care, just like any parent does when their kids are growing.
This is Takahashi's answer to all of those people who want something that is not there. He is her care taker, her protector, her father figure NOT some emotionally, unstable guy that will warp the affections of a small child because he is incapable of finding someone for himself.
It is so insulting to say the least and extremely offensive to what Takahashi intended. However, it's not simply an issue of "in historical times". More importantly, reading up on historical attitudes shows that such unions are - as they are in the modern day - highly controversial. There are rules attached, and usually specific non-romantic reasons for these unions to have occurred in the first place political alliance, wealth, titles, etc.
In such cases, rules govern the behaviour of the oldern man towards his new, young bride - in many cultures, the marriage may have taken place when the girl was 12 or 14 or whatever age, but consumation of the marriage was delayed for a few years until the girl was classified by the definitions of the day as a "woman".
In examples where consumation happened quickly, despite the bride's young age, controversy would inevitably follow. The idea that "it happened in historical times" doesn't sit well with me because it implies that it was universally accepted without restriction in historical times and it's universally unaccepted without restriction in modern times.
This implication just isn't true. It happened then and it still happens now - but it's never been fully accepted nor fully denied. In fact, though it is a popular thing, there's just as many people who oppose it as well-kind of like how gay couples, same-sex marriage, premarital sex, abortion, divorce, and interracial marriage which are all more common in the US are seen over here.
It is definitely not a normal thing that is accepted by everyone, there is much controversy over it, and this person obviously jumped to conclusions after talking to only one party-the side that supports it. Ungai trying to stop Rin from going to Sesshomaru. They try again, freezing him in place; Ungai plunges his staff into the ground and release a blast from its gem, landing a direct.
The explosion flings the monks backward, destroying some of their prayer beads and the gem in Ungai's staff. As she does, Ungai stares at the destruction in shock and wonders as to why she'd go off with a demon. During all of this, Inuyasha and his companions are watching from a nearby tree line. Rin running towards Sesshomaru. As Jaken remembers he left him back at the campsite, he goes to get A-Un.
He blows off her question by telling her not to "say such silly things. He retorts that he is going to find Naraku. Jaken asks if he can come along if it isn't too much trouble. Rin tells Jaken that he doesn't need to ask. All three take off.Sesshomaru and Rin Father-Daugher or Husband-Wife
Part 1 Kagura soon realizes the infant is not in the temple, and after receiving a serious wound she retreats. Sesshomaru pulls all three from the river. As they watch, Kagura regenerates and awakens. Sesshomaru wonders if she intends to use him, only for Kagura to respond only he is intelligent and strong enough to slay Naraku; Jaken is shocked by her flattery towards Sesshomaru. This prompts Jaken to defend his master, saying his heart is perfect.
Totosai explains that the blade must now be handed back to him, as it's now to reforge Tenseiga into an offensive weapon. Tenseiga pulses as they talk. Both spiral towards the ground, crashing into it. This shocks Jaken, who has never met his master's mother before.
Kohaku and Rin are likewise shocked by this news. She wonders if he intends to eat them. The beast swallows Kohaku and Rin, returning to the Underworld. He lies, making seem like he's going to slay the hound. When the path closes, she says that none can return alive, pretending to be distraught.
She only says sacrifices are necessary to master swords. Jaken, who is shocked, realizes that Rin's life is in danger. Jaken expresses his jealousy at how Rin is favored over him. She says Rin will die. In the Underworld, Kohaku awakens thanks to his jewel shard, but Rin remains unconscious. Skeletal birds begin attacking them, forcing them to run away.
He orders Kohaku to place her down and attempts to revive her again with Tenseiga; however, he cannot see the pallbearers of the Underworld, something that fills him with great despair.
Just then, darkness rushes over them and takes off with Rin's body. In the World of the Living, both his mother and Jaken are shocked by this. Jaken begins crying, unable to live. He orders Kohaku to take the path back to the World of the Living, but both take off. Once he tells her yes, she explains Rin cannot be brought back.
She died, and for what? As if reacting to his distress, Tenseiga begins glowing. He picks up the blade to grant their request, sending out an expanding pillar of blue light, much to Kohaku's amazement. She informs him that she's learned Rin was already brought back by Tenseiga; however, the blade is limited to "one revival per person"; one can only bend the laws of life so much. Sesshomaru, happy Rin is safe.
He places his hand on Rin's face; Rin is happy he's there.
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She warns him that Tenseiga cannot bring him back, something he says he'll remember the warning well. However, the boy has vanished.
In response to Inuyasha's proffered olive branch, he replies that they are destined to fight to the day they die. Sango is left concerned. It floats up into the sky before seemingly collapsing into itself. Though now the blade cannot be used to kill, it can still be used to heal, which makes it powerful as a weapon meant to kill. Sango is left saddened as Kohaku leaves again.
Inuyasha isn't too happy with leaving the job of finishing off Magatsuhi to unseal Kagome's spiritual powers to his brother, but doesn't have a choice. Once Jaken explains what happened, he puts all the blame on Miroku, because he's the one who sucked in Magatsuhi, allowing it the luxury of being able to possess Rin. Miroku and Kaede question him, asking what he means and that if Magatsuhi's main form was hiding inside Miroku.
Naraku's belly opens, acting as an invitation to his foes. Upon seeing what appears to be her, Kagome is told it was nothing more than an illusion. Elsewhere, Rin awakens and sees Magatsuhi looming near her. However, she bumps into Inuyasha, who Magatsuhi is willing to allow kill her.
However, Inuyasha tells Rin not to move and tries hitting Magatsuhi, something that impresses the evil spirit as the human heart in Inuyasha is still holding on.
Rin falls just in time to miss being hit by Sango's Hiraikotsu. Although Rin is freed and falls to her death, Kohaku manages to break out to save Rin before falling. He glowers but does not act. Sango begs him to wait to kill her until after Naraku has been defeated. Everyone heads off as Naraku's body falls apart around them, while Byakuya sneaks off to draw his sword, saying that it's time for him to draw it.
Miasma starts pouring into their path. She then rushes off ahead of them. Sesshomaru notes how eager she is to kill Naraku, and how much she regrets what she tried to do to Rin. Naraku thinks to himself it's not yet time for her to shoot. Toward Tomorrow Kagome is learning how to make medicine from Jinenji and how to perform exorcisms from Kaede; Inuyasha notes how serious she is taking her lessons, which says is because she needs to get used to living in the Feudal Era.
Movies InuYasha the Movie: He leaves warning her that only he will kill Inuyasha.
Great Arguments on Sesshomaru/Kagura couple Part 1 - A CAVE OF MIND
Showing her intent at wanting to stay with him. Quotes "Stupid master Jaken. If I died one day, I was wondering Would you always remember me? I cannot save her? I let her die. For something like this.
Nothing I could've gained was worth losing her. I simply asked a question.