Madotsuki was locked in her room, but not by her parents — by her brother. Her parents had always told her dreams are reality’s escape when she was younger, but her brother told her scary stories. She soon came to like the monsters and began asking questions — “Why was he mean to everyone?” “Why don’t people like him?” etc. etc. The dead man you see in the road is her brother. When she obtains the knife, she remembers what her brother did to her. She slowly goes insane and begins hallucinating and seeing the monsters in real life. She has no pills available in her room, so the only way to really escape everything was to jump off her roof.
+Smile+: Normally I would’ve fixed the grammar/unnecessary capital letters, but this was great. Thank you anon, you made my day.
+Smile+: Does everyone still agree with the way how the graphics look, or does anyone have other suggestions?
Masada-sensei and Shitai-san were the best of friends when they were alive.
They were very much like brothers, and they might even have become secret lovers at one point.
However, most of society didn’t approve of their close bond for some reason. Madotsuki was the only person who truly approved of the two’s friendship, hence why they both appear in her dreams, and aren’t hostile to her.
At some point, Shitai-san was killed in a traffic accident. This caused Masada-sensei to distance himself by playing piano (shown by being in the spaceship with one), to try to hide his grief.
He then committed suicide by drug overdose (represented by the spaceship crash on Mars), when he couldn’t take it anymore.
He would rather have died than live without his best friend.
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Madotsuki was a pre-op FTM transvestite. Her furniture is all american-styled because she lives in the US, specifically the southern US, and she doesn’t want to go outside because of the hatred for GBLT individuals. Her best friend, Sabitsuki, is dying of cancer and in a comatose state. However, what Mado doesn’t know is one person respects her gender - Sabitsuki. When she dreams of going to school, she sees everyone the same BUT Smile. Smile represents Mado and the mask she has to wear, the “happiness” she would have to show if she was outside. Sister represents herself, weak, and afraid of death. All she wants is to wake up and be with her friend, which is why she clings to her so much. Eventually, though, Sabitsuki dies, and Mado kills herself because the one hope she had was gone.