According to the Doppeliner System in Kurokami, a human soul is divided into three. The soul is then put into three different human beings, each with their own amount of “luck”. In return, the humans look alike, and if two of them were to meet, the one with lower luck dies, giving his luck to the other person and adding it to his own.
So if a person A has 15% luck and meets person B who has 20% luck, person A will die and person B will now have 35% luck…if person B were to meet person C who has the rest of the luck, 65%, then person B will die and person C will have all the luck, becoming The Master Root.
I’m just paraphrasing, I don’t remember much about it and I don’t wanna go back and watch episode two again…so I could be wrong…
But, what I’m wondering is, what would happen if Person A with 30% luck and Person B with 30% luck meet each other? Who will die? They have the same amount of luck, so what would happen? Will they both die? Will they both survive?
What about twins? If there’s three of every soul, does that mean there’s ONE more person with the rest of the soul out there? Does that mean that the twins have the same luck and neither will die for meeting each other? Are they considered the “same” part of the divided soul? Meaning there’s TWO more persons with the rest of the soul…
What about triplets? Or quadruplets? Or n-plets? How does that work?
*sigh*…I’m thinking too much into this…>_>
Probably twins and triplets don’t even exist in Kurokami, or I could have gotten the system wrong and only a certain amount is divided between the three…like 50%, 20%, 30%…none of that 15% or n%…>_>
Sorry to have wasted your time…here have some Kuro pantsu: