Zack then insists they continue their way, ignoring Ray's objection.
In respond, Zack tells her to stop crying and smile. He was born in a poor and abusive family as he never received any sort of education, resulting him unable to read nor write.
Jun 21, · But, as I said, this is the unlikely ending, because at the end of the game and anime, the window of Rachel’s room is shown. The glass is shattered, the iron bars are broken, and there’s blood on the windowsill. She couldn’t have jumped out the window.
Rachel Alucard (レイチェル＝アルカード, Reicheru Arukādo) is the head of the Alucard vampire family, and a former Bystander of the world. She is a playable character in the BlazBlue series. Rachel is a young vampire girl with pale skin, long blond hair tied into two pigtails with black ribbons, and red...
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Rachel Boyd (レイチェル・ボイド, Reicheru Boido) is a resident of Death City who became the victim of Medusa Gorgon's possession after her battle with Franken Stein and Death Scythe. Rachel was a typical, innocent and curious young girl prior to her possession by Medusa. See also: Medusa Gorgon While out shopping with her mom, five-year-old Rachel Boyd spotted a dog and, being curious ...
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This is based off this speculated ending: Rachel has been canonically diagnosed with mental delirium. In this ending, she has an episode of delirium and envisions Zack visiting her and finally killing her. It breaks my heart to even just think about this ending being real.
This ending is self-explanatory. Zack took Rachel away and then ran away together, supporting each other as the best friends they were meant to be. And both of them are just getting used to having a real friend.
I mean, both of them have some serious PTSD and I think Zack might have some schizophrenia or something else due to his upbringing. It really makes you think of the whole nurture verses nature argument. They both have some type of mental illness that causes that. I ship them and will continue to do so. And that is, that both of them died at the end with Zack killing Rachel and then himself.
But what if he did, at least for a short time? In this ending, Zack is shot in the head and the chest, and the blood on his scythe and window may prove this.
He requests that she tell no one about him being the conductor; as he prepares to leave, he remarks that if he had not proposed to Chane, he might have proposed to Rachel instead. She accuses him of lying, recalling Czes' murder, and Claire suggests that she ask Czes personally for context. The Flying Pussyfoot reaches the exchange site, where the cars will be switched out and the engine switched to a smokeless engine before it arrives at Pennsylvania Station.
The train is delayed there for two hours while the police investigate, and the Nebula corporation gives each passenger a large sum of hush money. The police accept Rachel's ticket as proof of her passengership her injury correlates with the blood on it , and give her thigh wound basic treatment.
While she is sitting in a chair, she is approached by Senator Manfred Beriam , who expresses his thanks for her rescue of his wife and daughter.
He hands her a thick paper envelope containing a wad of hundred-dollar bills. She protests, but he ignores her and leaves without even asking her name. Rachel thinks he was rather rude acting as if she'd just helped his family for the money and she prepares to throw the money at his back.
Beriam gently takes her arm and apologizes on her husband's behalf. She'd like Rachel to take the money, and explains that Manfred isn't very good at expressing himself.
Rachel wants to ask Natalie why she married Manfred, but she holds her tongue. Natalie expresses deep gratitude for Rachel's actions, and Mary pokes her head out from behind her mother to offer her own thanks. She wants to grow up to be a "great person," just like Rachel. Rachel is taken aback, and she feels guilty that Mary is unknowingly looking up to a stowaway. Upon arriving at Pennsylvania Station, Rachel heads straight for the ticketing booth and buys as many tickets as she can with about half the hush money in her possession.
She then goes to a local doctor's office to have her injuries properly treated, using the rest of the money as payment. Rachel checks into the Daily Days office, where she reports everything she witnessed on the train to the President and Nicholas, in the anime. She admits that she regrets not attacking Turner with her own hands, and the President informs her gratis that Turner has been threatened into silence by Nebula, which has the power to reveal his true involvement in the train accident in The President admits that he was the one who sold the information about Turner's past to the company, and apologizes for using the information without her permission.
She pauses, and asks the President if she can charge the company for her transportation fees from this point on. Though she has no particular reason for it, she has decided to stop stowing away.
The President agrees. During their talk, Rachel explains to the President that she believes the Rail Tracer to be the conductor. The President reveals that the Rail Tracer is in fact Claire Stanfield aka Vino , an assassin for the Gandor Family who kills with his own peculiar sense of justice. Troubled, Rachel informs him that she saw Claire kill a boy on the train, and asks the President if he knows anything about what happened to the boy.
The President nonchalantly suggests that she ask the boy herself, and directs her to The Alveare January Several hours later, Rachel arrives at the speakeasy in formal attire and sits next to a young boy. Their eyes meet, and Rachel, recognizing his voice, admits that she saw him killed on the train. He tells the woman next to him that he's going for a walk, and puts down his honey juice before walking out of the speakeasy. Once the two retire to an adjacent alleyway, Czes asks if she saw him die when he was shot in the head or when he was ground into the rail tracks.
He introduces himself as Thomas, and Rachel introduces herself in turn. Looking relieved, he expresses his relief that she is not an immortal and reveals that his real name is Czeslaw Meyer. Over the next thirty minutes, Czes explains the matter of immortals and proves his immortality by incising a large gash on his arm.
It heals in a matter of seconds. When he wraps up the talk, Rachel thanks him addressing him as 'sir'. Czes responds that although he is technically older than her, he'd prefer it if she continues to treat him like a child. After all - as long as she has information at her disposal, she might be able to prevent things like what had happened to her father.
A strangely familiar man enters the alleyway and greets, them, prattling on about how he had been looking for his friend Firo before spotting Rachel and Czes in the alleyway.
He asks what they are doing, and when they had become so friendly with each other. Rachel wavers, and the man cheerfully says that he will let Czes off the hook — and Rachel too, since he heard that she bought all her tickets properly in the end.
Rachel and Czes finally realize that he is Claire, at which point Czes shrieks and runs away. Smiling, Claire suggests that they go eat at the speako, since he needs a woman's advice, and they reenter the speakeasy and place orders for lunch.
Rachel asks what she should call him, and he replies that while he used to be called Claire Stanfield, he now goes by "Felix Walken. He assures Rachel that he isn't talking about her. Rachel retorts that he should learn the meaning of tact, but thanks him for the warning anyway. Eventually Rachel recommends that he should send the woman a gift and letter if he wants to know her thoughts — if he sends her something wearable and she wears it, it could be a sign of her favorable feelings.
Claire praises the idea, and treats her to the meal by putting their lunch on Firo's tab. After he leaves, Rachel finishes eating and exits the Alveare. At the same time, a group of four people enter the building - Firo, Isaac and Miria , and Czes. As the other three step inside, Czes lingers behind and asks if Claire is gone. When being together is this much fun. Isn't it? I won't steal the crown.
You have to die here. I'm afraid of the night. Yes, you may be right. But to someone else, I'm the brightest woman ever. That's right. To that guy, I'm somewhat like a star. A star that shines so bright. That's what I should be like to that guy. But it was a lie. The hero you choose was Baam. And I was just bait to make him go up the Tower. But I have found the way to become a heroine myself.
It's nothing special. If I wasn't born to become a heroine from beginning, all I need was people who would send me to the top of the Tower in this awful darkness. If I break my legs, I will find the one who will walk for me. If I go blind, I will find the one who will see for me. If my thorn breaks, I will find the one who will be my thorn. All I need to do is find them. The guy behind the door right now is the one who will be my first thorn. We know that we can't keep you with us by force anyway.
That's why We are not keeping you locked up. And as long as we have Emily, you are not a threat to us, either. This is so funny, seeing you being so incompetent. And I don't care if it's not true friendship. As long as I can gather people who I can rely on, it's all good even if it's a fake friendship.
You cold-hearted man. They have been determined to kill you all at any costs. To them, today is merely the start of a greater story. If we meet again. We will be 'Enemies'. What do you think? We saved your life, you know. So I want you to be my 'Subordinate'. A faithful 'Sword' that follows my orders and slays enemies for me. What this ring means. Because I know one other person who has a ring like this.
You guys are the fatal weak point that Zahard tried to hide but ultimately survived. You have gained power that you were not supposed to have, "Prince of the Red-Light District".
I have also climbed the Tower before with a man who wanted to kill me. But it's always like that, is it? Even if you are not close companions or friends, you can use your mutual goals and apparent friendship as an excuse to climb the Tower together.
Isn't that right? What I want is neither for you to become my friend nor to become my companion. I just want to climb the Tower together like others. Then you can save your companion's life and your ideals. That ridiculously beautiful view which that person want for the entire life. If only I may be able to see that sight myself, I would be satisfied with that. I don't care what Baam is to you. I'm the one from the legend who will obtain the thorn and make your wish come true.
It has to be me!! Why would you do such a thing?! Do you think you are some kind of hero?! Stop trying to show off!! You are talking about a world that has nothing to do with you!!
Just give up!! Stay in that place and wait for me like before!! It's mine!! For ages I have!! Don't be silly. No one on the outside lives like that. Destiny only has value when you create it yourself!! I know very well!! It's foolish to devote your own life to destiny like that!! I'm surprised. You being jealous of me? You already have a lot of the stuff that I want, Endorsi.
How could someone like you be jealous of me? This is such a strange feelings and what exactly do I have? Beauty, power, plus you are A Princess. Like a heroine in a fairy tale. I just wish I had been born like that too. We have both had somebody's blood on our hands to climb the Tower, but I'm a nasty bitch and you are a beautiful, cool-headed Princess.
And you are forgiven for everything.
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~~"I love you too, my son." One of her catchphrases.~~ Rachel is the main protagonist in WataDesu . Rachel is a brown-eyed woman with chin-length brown hair with a one strand sticking out on her right side. According to the story in her diary, Rachel used to live happily with her entire family. When she was 12, she encounters a young man outside and she agrees to have him as her step-father ...
Rachel Foley was an working for the United States Federal Government's anti-bioterrorism task force FBC (Federal Bioterrorism Commission); she and her partner Raymond Vester were sent into the Queen Zenobia to investigate. In , Rachel and her partner Raymond Vester were sent to the Queen Zenobia and got separated due to their missions. While Rachel headed to the back of the ship. Rachel was Claymore No. 5 of the final generation of Claymores. 1 Etymology 2 Appearance Gallery 3 Personality 4 Abilities Strong Sword 5 Plot Employment as a Claymore 6 Relationships Audrey 7 References "Rachel" is a transliteration of the Japanese "Reicheru" (レイチェル, pronounced "ray-che-ru"). In the West, "Rachel" derives from Hebrew "ewe," a female lamb. In. Rachel Alucard (レイチェル＝アルカード, Reicheru Arukādo) is the head of the Alucard vampire family, and a former Bystander of the world. She is a playable character in the BlazBlue series. Rachel is a young vampire girl with pale skin, long blond hair tied into two pigtails with black ribbons, and red.
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