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Umineko When They Cry - Answer Arcs

This is the 2nd half of the "Umineko When They Cry" sound novel series, featuring episodes five through eight. The answer arcs will teach you many things, but solving the mystery of the epitaph is still up to you.

Welcome back to the world of "Umineko When They Cry." (When Seagulls Cry)
Welcome back to the Rokkenjima of October 4, 1986.

You have once again been given a chance to catch a glimpse of the family conference held annually by the Ushiromiya family. The remaining life in the old family head who has built up a vast fortune is very slim.

To his children, the greatest point of contention at this family conference is the distribution of his inheritance.
Everyone desires all that money, no one relents, and no one believes.

Who will gain the old head's vast inheritance? Where is the 10 tons of gold that the old head is said to have hidden? Can the unnerving riddle of the epitaph which is said to point to the location of that gold be solved?

In the midst of this, a suspicious letter is sent from one claiming to be a witch. The presence of a 19th person on this island, which should only have 18, begins to hang in the air.

Brutal murders repeat, and unsolvable riddles are left at the scene. How many will die? How many will live? Or will everyone die?

Is the culprit one of the 18, or not?
Is the culprit a "human", or a "witch"?

Please, enjoy this isolated island, western mansion, mystery-suspense gadget of the good old days to the fullest. a09c17d780

Title: Umineko When They Cry - Answer Arcs
Genre: Adventure
07th Expansion
When They Cry
Release Date: 17 Nov, 2017


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I am surprised that the author was able to introduce many new interesting and memorable characters at this point in the story. Honestly this is one of those games that stays in your mind long after playing it. It leaves you with many messages that keep you thinking long after shutting down the game, especially the ones focusing on the concept of truth. What is truth exactly? How valuable it? Is there only a single truth behind every event?
Also the music is fantastic, I still keep listening to the soundtrack of this game even after completing it.
It took me quite a while to finish it, but it was worthwhile. Truly an experience I wont be forgetting anytime soon.. I'm going to be blunt, clear, and quick to the point. If you read the question arcs for the mystery then you will be sorely disappointed in the answer arcs. I read Umineko as it was being released and I can tell you from a mystery perspective that the answers arcs are undoubtedly weaker. The author goes on in the game to mock the people critiquing the mystery... Overall, though, the answer arcs do elaborate on some conclusions that you could come to in the question arcs. I would recommend this to anyone who loved the question arcs for $18.00. If you only kind of liked the mystery in the question arcs then I would probably pass on this unless you were into the fantasy portion.. REST IN PEACE, MY BELOWED WITCH, BEATRICE.. The murders, mysteries, and intellectual battles continue (and conclude) with the "Answer Arcs" of Umineko (also known as Umineko Chiru) that consists of Chapters 5-8. Let the crazy violence go on! Muahahahahahaha!

Chiru picks up right where we left off at the end of Chapter 4, so obviously you will have wanted to play the first half of the game already before getting into this. But while the "battle" might have seemed like it had ended, the gameboard is hijacked and the games continue even without the "Golden Witch" running things. What follows is a further expansion of the already enormous cast, a greater emphasis on trying to explain the events on Rokkenjima as a "mystery" rather than a "fantasy", and more crazy murders. As in the first half, you get to see more of established characters and find out more about them, though what you may learn could dramatically change your opinions of them. Be prepared. :o

Is the story of the Rokkenjima massacre one where a witch unleashes her power and minions, or a carefully planned mass murder at human hands? Is the massive meta-world of witches, angels, and demons real, or part of the imagination of a killer? What really happened on Rokkenjima during those fateful days from October 4th to October 6th, 1986?

The rest of the clues and your ultimate answer to whether or not the story is a "fantasy" or a "mystery" can be found here in the Answer Arcs: Umineko Chiru.. one of the only things to make me cry like a ♥♥♥♥♥. Thank god I was alone at the time.. still one of the best vns out there. The second, though weaker half of Umineko. There is enjoyable content in these four arcs, particularly with the introduction of a new character from the fifth arc. Continuing with the ongoing trend of deconstructing the detective fiction genre, the fifth and sixth arcs provide a stark contrast to the preceding ones that reveal further truths, mostly on the rules governing the game board and its pieces. The new character uses the limit of the rules to play with the game boards in novel ways not seen before. Like the games in the Question Arcs, there is an enjoyable back and forth interplay between characters arguing the logic and reasoning behind what is shown. These two arcs are the highlight of the Answer Arcs.

As the series gets closer to the end the meta narrative becomes far more prominent over the narrative of the game boards. This is most apparent by the eigth arc. Unfortunately, many of the major characters of the meta narrative are barely ever characterised. Their motives remain utterly nebulous, which becomes a huge problem when it's their actions that increasingly drive the plot forwards. When the game's climactic scenes are largely acted out by fickle characters, seemingly changing their decisions and actions on a whim, it's difficult to be invested. It also seems a waste as more developed characters from previous arcs are entirely dropped from the story or only have brief cameos. Additionally, the rules of the world in the meta narrative are never made anywhere near as explicit as those on the game board. There is far more of a sense that anything the writer can come up with can happen, and it contributes further to the sense of reduced stakes.

The writer may take pains in the narrative to suggest that anyone who reads and thinks that the ending lacks closure is missing the point. I found this assertion to be condescending to the reader. But ultimately, the ending is disappointing, failing to completely resolve the central mysteries. It's a bait and switch, offering resolution to less compelling plot threads and yet still not managing to do it in a satisfying way, relying on cliche.

I still recommend this despite my gripes with the ending, because Umineko overall was better than its ending. The fifth to seventh arcs are still very compelling. But it's not as unreserved a recommendation as for the Question Arcs. It's still an enjoyable read and worth the considerable time investment to play.. Put simply, its a masterpiece, which can change how you observe things, how you think and how you analyze information after reading both the questions and answers arc.

The suggested way to read is to read each ep and not skipping the Tea Parties or ???? bits at the end as they hold vital information for the next episode.

The only downside I can think of is that the culprit was obvious from the Banquet of the Golden Witch arc or Ep2, doesn't make it less enjoyable though imo.

Cannot wait for Umineko Gold.. It's hard to put into words how I feel exactly about Umineko. It's very easy to say "I adored it", but that's too easy. "I'll never forget it", "It's inspiring", "One of the finest works of fiction I've experienced", "Something no one should overlook" - So many things I can say, but nothing feels just right.

Umineko is a story about murder, love, mystery, tragedy, acceptance, and most importantly, magic. To quote another review I read, "it taught me true magic".

I can't really give this a proper review, and honestly if you're looking at reviews for the Answer Arcs you've probably already read the Question Arcs, so you'll get around to this eventually. This is more a letter of appreciation to the people over at 07th Expansion.

Thank you for writing Umineko. I will always treasure this cat box.

Love you to bits, Battler and Beatrice. You deserve some rest.

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