To be a bit more precise, it’s the case where in arc 1-2-3-4-5-6, Kyrie (and Rudolf) are not the criminals and what they actually do in arc 7 TP is essentially meant to be something Yasu didn’t predict or talk about in her own stories.
In the Yasu stories that are arc 1-2-3-4-5-6 (even tho she didn’t author them all) the tragedy that does occur in it is happening at least in part due to Battler’s so called “sin” against Yasu.
Edit to prevent double posting :
A certain thought, would want others to comment on it if possible.
As we all know the red truth cannot exist in the real world.
That would suggest that red truths in Umineko does not necessarily apply to the real prime world. At best they would be golden truth in prime world that would become red truth within the fictional world.
I believe I have a pretty good evidence of this and how this ultimately created errors/discrepencies between what Yasu thought and what is actually the truth of prime.
Sakutarou plush. That ange found another Sakutarou in Kawabata’s storage thing suggests that the entire set of red truths about there being only one Sakutarou that was made by Rosa for Maria is a lie. Maybe it originally was that but somehow stopped being so after. Yasu goes with what she knows, but within the world of her story, she has to be omniscient. Maria thought this was the only Sakutarou, or may have simply chosen to believe as such, Beatrice accept that as “true”, creating a golden truth between them. Within her story, that golden truth became a red truth. However, the world of her tale has no precedence to reality.
Arc8 presents this further with the idea of future truth overwriting past truths, but I guess I’m mostly pointing out how this has existed early on in the story.
For me this actually opens up the door to various discrepencies being possible between Yasu’s fictional world (even the mystery side of it) and the actual prime reality. As I pointed out before, Yasu has no ways of knowing a lot of things with certainty, she often has to rely on second hand information. Kinzo’s entire backstory (including that of the previous two Beatrice), her own status as being originally adopted by Natsuhi (being “Lion”) and weird things she knows about like Battler being actually Kyrie’s child (I’d love to know where the hell she obtained that information while at it), she cannot have known these things first hand.
They may nonetheless be true, but she herself cannot have these information with absolute certainty. What matters is that these information are the truth within her fiction. To a slightly lesser extent, it’s at least likely she believes these informations to be true, but that is not absolutely necessary either (or, at the very least, she may actually have doubts toward it being certain in the prime world).
I guess my point in bringing this up is that I think Ryuukishi bought this up not randomly or for unique cases it was bought up alone. Like most of Umineko we are given some solutions but having them being applied at the wrong place, while still hinting us toward this being a right move if we find out where to apply it.
So my question is essentially, what could Yasu have thought to be true enough to insert in her fictions as absolute certainty, that is actually wrong in prime reality? Ideally due to the Sakutarou context it was bought in, I’m potentially looking for something that she thought to be absolutely true that is actually wrong and that would have a similar effect to Sakutarou, essentially a key to saving the heart of Yasu.