This review on Miracle egg priority contains spoilers. If you haven't seen the chapter we recommend that you do it and then go back to read the review.
Chapter 11: An Adult Child
Kawai manages to regain his "wallet", which disappears when touched. But Dot shows up who kills men and forces Kawai to eat him. Poor Kawai is traumatized. Ohto goes to the place where the eggs are collected, enters the house and Ura-Acca finds her sniffing around, where he tells him everything that happened. They were human, and because of the tedious work they had to do, they decided to create their daughter according to their needs. When she woke up, she called herself: Ruffles. It was happy years before Acca married or left Frill aside for which she would murder his pregnant wife. The child survives and grows, is called Himari. But one day the royal daughter commits suicide for no reason, then Ura-Acca decides to get rid of Frill. Ohto is surprised. "Curse".
What can I say? Various secrets were revealed. But at the same time the subject of death is expanded. Can artificial intelligence be considered alive despite human reactions? This raises the case of Frill and not only lets us see: Are we at their mercy or are they at our mercy? This chapter left me like the first chapter, confused, crazy and wanted more. The background of the Acca was very good to be developed in a single chapter, although it could be better it doesn't explain exactly what they were working on but we got the necessary information. We already know how suicide is related, but they do Wonder it's still a little confusing to me. An excellent chapter too.
If you are distracted from victory, defeat creeps in. Kawai managed to get her "wallet" back, her fan. She looked happy to see her and in a very sincere way. But Dot attacked and cruelly killed men, and that confused and angered Kawai. We saw that it was an unequal fight, Dot is superiorly stronger (a fight, is death stronger than life?). He also reveals his partner's name: hyphen, and they both work for Frill. Technically, Dot did the same thing as hyphae and traumatized Kawai just as she did with Momo. There are two things that take away, mainly sanity and hope.
This reminds me to some extent of what Edward mentions about alchemists: an equal exchange. Are you resuscitating someone and what do you have to lose? You sacrifice yourself to save this loved one. Madness, living death is the result of playing with death who believes it can be defeated. Although we don't know if the two girls were really resuscitated. We can only say: poor Kawai.
The game of life
Ohto enters the house we've always seen, behind which the Acca usually sit. Go inside, sniff around, and see suicide investigations and a girl's face erased. Ura-Acca finds them and there begins the memory of how Calvary began. We know the story, so all I can say is: we have to understand that Frill is considered to be AI (Artificial Intelligence), so it cannot be said that it has life, so it is not human, it just has the shape. The Acca played what the Christian God played thousands of years ago: creating life that they wanted to create in an act of boredom and escape their reality. Was Frill responsible for the whims of its creators? They treated her like another person, like their daughter, and humanized her in a certain way. Creation began to get jealous.
Frill's jealousy was not jealousy of wanting to be a creator but of being inferior, so she didn't want to be a friend and she did it herself. Creation played the creator out of fear. While it's hard to tell if he was scared, we're not an AI to know what they are like. What must the limit be to create life?
The sin of exile
Frill went on with his "life" as much as possible. I always listen: nobody rules in the heart. Acca fell in love with a woman, Azusa, who was charming and interested in her job. The truth is, at first I thought she was going to betray her, that smile that encouraged her and what Ura-Acca said made one suspect, but if Asuza was bad it was the unfortunate consequences. As we saw, jealousy was born in Frill, and the little time they already gave him, in addition to the arrival of a daughter / niece, made them grow. Their biggest mistake, however, was to point out that "Being uncontrollable is the essence of femininityAnd frill became literally uncontrollable. Maybe it's a male perspective based on theoretical readings. Who can guarantee that it really is so?
When the envy grows, the enviable makes you want to go away. Azusa's death was the final straw: real love dies because virtual love didn't want to go away, but that resulted in her being exiled, taken to the basement, and gone. But even though God has moved away from his creation, creation continued its projects to get closer to its Creator. Frill continued to work in the shadows to be lovable: the desperate rationality of love.
The death of the restart
Himari's survival was the hope for the Acca, that desert oasis that can revive the faith. Himari was a fresh start, a fresh start to happiness and getting things right, only now with a real person. This time life was real, born of life. The years passed and the Acca recovered from their past joy every day. Until the day that Himari asked her uncle to wait for her to grow up and marry him and make that distinctive frilly sound with her mouth, was it her, did he own her?
The next day they found Himari dead in the bathtub with all signs of suicide, but everything went so well, everything was so good that: how was that possible? Frill confesses to Ura-Acca that he used the hyphen and period. The Ia defends itself by saying that she is not a monster, that she only did what she did to make them feel good, that she is proud of achieving something, of being praised. And this is where Ura-Acca decided to "kill" her, although, to the best of our knowledge, Frill is still active.
Seek to free us from evil
Upon learning of Himari's death, she became an Acca obsession. They collected data on 14-year-old girls who had committed suicide and found no record of anything similar. A hypothesis also went through his head and came out of Ohto's mouth: Temptation to death. This perhaps relates to the human desire to want to know what is after death, what death hides, or even: what is before life. They are apparently looking for reasons to save the girls from a similar fate. What causes a person to commit suicide? There is no single answer, but everyone is tempted to do so. Perhaps the girls who were "saved" in the previous chapters have part of the answer: the most precious thing, the meaning of their lives, has been taken from them.
Ohto shouted "curse" at the end and wanted to get rid of the egg that he had in his hand, she is also facing an internal conflict: why continue? Will she end up being the warrior of Eros who will destroy Thanatos? We will see the result in the next chapter, which in my opinion is the last.