You know that what you’re saying here is a mere trick of a so called 3rd rated mystery. (if that can be even called a trick).
The logic explained in Ep 7 with Yasu, the names and the personalities has a name : this is called a “Deus ex Machina”
“The term has evolved to mean a plot device whereby a seemingly unsolvable problem is suddenly and abruptly resolved by the inspired and unexpected intervention of some new event, character, ability or object. Its function can be to resolve an otherwise irresolvable plot situation, to surprise the audience, to bring the tale to a happy ending, or act as a comedic device.”
This is what Yasu’s story is. A completely unbelievable story of someone who knew everything before it would happen, wrote many stories of everything like god, sealed those in bottles the day just before and sent them into the sea while she was sure someone will find them … I mean this is just impossible 0% chance.
Or yes, this is possible but not in a mistery. You have KNOX, you have WRIGHT, the story is was inspired by AGATHA. And suddenly the true story turns to be like this : this is impossible.
- It starts with a baby falling from a cliff but even though you have 1/ 25 000 000 000 … chance that this person isn’t thrown (presented as the miracle)
It is impossible regarding THE INFINITY to find a single world where the baby dies by falling (which should actually be the most believable/realistic outcome)
This is clearly not a mistery.
Should we speak about the name trick : let’s add more and more personalities to the first one so this person cannot die because she will instantly become someone else (another personality, another name, another identity).
But still they are all the same so the red applies to everyone … At this point you could just say that all the Ushiromyia family members are actually personalities of Yasu and everything is solved.
That would also completely discard the red truth as a clue because what your doing is just dodging every truths.
But as I said before : This is a Deus ex Machina by definition.
" The use of the name Yasu in Episode 7 is nothing more than an artifice to cover the culprit’s identity, simply because Ryukishi wanted people to think about it instead of handing it over in a silver platter"
So what’s the point to reveal yasu’s story so? We don’t need those things. A revelation at this point is useless because those are just additional hints.
Who would have thought about Beatrice 1st, the submarine, the story of Kinzo??? It is also impossible to fgure this out before even though “those are just additional hints”.
Don’t you see how Ep 7 is suspicious, because it’s just a tale without love? I’m sure you don’t see any issues at all that’s maybe the real problem …