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As he makes his escape, the remaining government official is demanding answers from Van Argeno. With the intent of returning to Washington, the official talks about enacting “Option D,” and then keeps Van from entering the elevator because he’s not American, leaving him with only a handgun. Inside the theater, on the stage, Diva wonders if Saya is going to kill her. Saya does indeed intend to do so because their existence causes people sorrow. Diva, however, thinks that it can’t be helped because she doesn’t understand man and man doesn’t understand their kind. Saya of course disagrees since her important friends and family are human. Even if she’s not connected to them by blood, Riku was her little brother and George was her father. But she also realizes that Diva doesn’t understand. Diva questions this, saying that they were born from the same mother. She finds it unfair that Saya gets to be happy and have fun. As the spotlight above them goes out, Diva returns to her original, long-haired form. She says that it’s really selfish since she was the one liberated by Saya from the tower. Saya replies that from that day on, the only reason she herself had been permitted to exist was to kill Diva. Looking hurt, Diva can’t believe that for the sake of proving her own existence, Saya would kill Diva.
Backstage, Hagi and Amshel’s fight has already started, but the two are able to dodge or deflect each other’s attacks. At first Amshel says that he hated Hagi, but then he corrects himself and says that he was jealous of how Hagi was to be Diva’s bridegroom. But now that Diva is a mother, Amshel doesn’t hate or envy Hagi any longer. He recalls that in the old days, he could be happy in exchange for buying a piece of bread. He suggests that they give thanks, causing Hagi to say that he is grateful to Amshel and Joel for letting him and Saya meet. Hagi then exposes his wings and both Chiropteran arms, showing Amshel that he’s serious. Amshel proceeds to take off his ring and place it on a mannequin bust, explaining that you need to behead or completely burn a Chevalier to kill him. He then turns into his Chiropteran form, which towers over Hagi. Hagi tries to attack him from above, but Amshel strikes first with a blast from his mouth. Saya and Diva notice that something’s going on when the stage starts shaking and a platform falls down under the stage. Diva turns Saya’s attention back to her, saying that the Chevaliers have the Chevaliers’ fight and the two of them have their own fun to be had.
Hagi got pushed out of the opera house by Amshel’s energy blast, but he manages not to take any damage. As the two Chevaliers fly over a stormy New York City, Amshel seems to have the advantage as he stays on the offensive and beats Hagi around. Back outside the Metropolitan Opera House, Lewis is playing decoy – because as he says, he’s tasty – as David and Kai run off. When Kai tells him not to die, Lewis responds by saying that he’s Invulnerable Lewis. But when one of the Chiropterans jumps at him, Lulu is the one to save him. She, in turn, calls herself Invulnerable Lulu. By this time, Hagi is hanging onto one of the eagle heads of the Chrysler Building. Amshel soon finds him and the fight resumes, this time with Hagi on a counteroffensive. He tears off a piece of Amshel’s shoulder, and then pierces through another energy blast to claw into Amshel again. The two rip up each other’s left wings at the same time, but Hagi pushes Amshel downward. Amshel ends up getting impaled by the spire of the Chrysler Building, whereas Hagi lands safely below. Hagi sees that Amshel is trying to pull himself up, off the spire, but then a bolt of lightning completely fries Diva’s Chevalier. With Amshel out of the way, Hagi remembers that Saya is still facing off against Diva.
Outside the opera house, David and Kai watch as Corpse Corps behead Chiropterans. Kai figures that the Americans wanted to bring the Corpse Corps to other countries, and David thinks that they would lie about a Chiropteran disease even though it was the Delta 07 that was really changing humans into Chiropterans. Kai then discovers the pink key that Saya had left in his pocket. Back inside, Saya and Diva clash their swords. Diva again confirms that Saya thinks Chiropterans shouldn’t exist in this world, and then wonders if Saya is going to murder her children. Diva finds her daughters quite cute and asks what Saya is planning to do. Saya says that it’s because she’s also a Chiropteran, and then decides that she has nothing more to say to Diva. Both girls wet their swords with blood, and the fight really begins. Nathan calls the sight beautiful, but then has to protect the two cocoons because Hagi returns. Nathan realizes that if Hagi is here, it means that Amshel was defeated. He tells Hagi not to overwork himself because he doesn’t have any intention of going against Hagi. He refers Hagi to the duel between the two queens and says that he’s only here to see it with his own eyes. Hagi lowers his Chiropteran arm and says that that’s why he’s also here.
Diva and Saya meanwhile have cut each other’s clothes to the point where they have to rip off pieces of their dresses that are getting in the way. Both of them re-bloody their swords and rush at each other in a final charge. Diva’s sword succeeds in piercing through Saya and Saya’s succeeds in piercing through Diva. Afterwards, the girls get rid of their weapons as they start bleeding from their wounds. As expected, Diva starts to crystallize, but surprisingly, Saya does not. A scared Diva doesn’t understand why it’s only happening to her, and a concerned Saya runs up to her to try to reattach her crystallized arm. As Diva collapses onto the ground and her face starts to crackle, Nathan brings over the two cocoons so that she can touch her babies one last time. Her final thoughts envision herself as a mother playing with her two daughters on lush green grass. Nathan pities Diva, saying that she only wanted a family, but that Amshel didn’t understand this. Still, Nathan thinks that Diva obtained it in the end – she hadn’t noticed that her own blood lost its power from bearing children. Nathan then approaches Saya, who starts taking steps backwards in order to keep her distance. He also explains that since Diva is dead, her Chevaliers have lost their meaning. Transforming into his Chiropteran form, Nathan hands Saya her sword and asks her to kill him, believing that as long as he’s alive, Saya’s wishes won’t get granted. Saya ends up doing just that with a slash upward right through Nathan’s body. Just before he collapses, Nathan thanks her.
With the fight over, Saya sees the rain coming through the roof, dripping onto Diva’s crystallized face as if she were crying. Hagi walks over and hugs her from behind, causing Saya herself to start bawling, though she stops when she sees Diva’s two babies emerging from their cocoon. Hagi volunteers to kill them for Saya if it’s too painful for her, but Saya decides to do it herself. However, after she bloodies her sword once more, Kai interrupts her and asks her what she’s doing. She apologizes to him, saying that she’s going to die. Her promise with Hagi was for him to kill her when everything was over. That’s why she has to kill these children and die herself.


Ok, I gotta say WTF. NO ONE on the good guys’ side died. Not even Saya. Heck, Nathan even asked Saya to kill him. In other words, there was no big final boss with a secret master plan that I had been hoping for. I’m a tad disappointed.
I wouldn’t necessarily say that Saya and Hagi suddenly became more powerful, but it did seem like Amshel and Diva weren’t as intimidating as they were before. Which is to say that the producers needed to bring the enemies down to Saya and Hagi’s level so that those two could win. And the whole thing about Diva losing her powers because she gave birth seemed like a convenient way to kill off Diva and keep Saya alive. Actually, it reminds me just a tiny bit of Mai-Otome where the girls lost their powers if they had sex.
Getting back to the final boss thing, I was really hoping that after what Nathan said last week, we’d learn more about him and who he previously was. But no, he just asked to die and that was it. If he knew that Diva’s blood was powerless, why did he let Diva fight? Did he really just want to see what happened that badly? I’m not happy that all those threatening looks to Amshel led up to just this. But hey, maybe they’ll try to send a political message in the last episode by having the American Government be the “final boss”…or maybe not.
I guess I should be glad that with pretty much all the good guys still alive, there’s a good chance now for a happy ending, at least much more so than I would have thought last week. As predicted, Kai did indeed come to interrupt Saya, and I’ll bet that he’ll probably prevent her from killing those kids – if they wanted to show her killing the kids, they wouldn’t have had the children stick their cute heads out. Still, I’m not going to try to guess if Saya and Hagi are going to survive (and how Kai factors into it) in next week’s final episode – I’ll wait to see what happens. But with a title of Nankurunaisa (everything will work out), I’m thinking it’ll be fairly happy.

September 16, 2006 at 10:49 am
  • September 17, 2006 at 8:37 pmpearl

    dont understand why kai has to interfere with everything

  • September 17, 2006 at 10:22 pmnam

    iono this was a gay ending, i kinda wanted everyone to die and have saya and diva go live somewhere on their own after they make up -.-;

  • September 17, 2006 at 10:48 pmnam

    i just thought of something. Since everyone said that nathan was possibly from the previous mother, i thought it might be that he might be up to something like saya’s blood doesnt kill him and it mixes and does something. Iono i find it suspicious that the animators didnt show him dying and instead had him fall into that pit. Doesnt it remind you of what happend to james? in anime no1 is really dead unless you see it is what im saying. I dunno possible portion for ending, he comes back somewhere kills some character and end it w/ a triple ko hagi saya and nathan. wouldnt that be cool?

  • September 17, 2006 at 10:57 pmJeckel

    Well if Diva’s blood had remained toxic to Saya’s, her babies may have crystalized in the womb [insert shock]. I think that’s what was implied. In order to get pregnant she had select a mate from the opposing bloodline.
    She chose to conceive a child with Riku, adopted some of DNA, and the consequence was that she could no longer kill Saya.

  • September 18, 2006 at 3:40 amChibi Misao

    Im quite sad that Diva is now dead. I mean like she looked really happy in that vision of her and her kids. ;_; As for Saya and Hagi, im glad that they’re still alive. But i do agree with everyone about Hagi’s personality. He has’nt changed one bit since the 1st episode. >_> He’s too quite, and obedient. I wish he acted more like a human and show some emotions. But i still like him though.

  • September 18, 2006 at 7:46 amLOL

    Diva lose her power because she have baby.. btw in biology explaination mother and bady DO NOT share blood at all.! amshel said want to create more queen sigh.. how can that plan work cos the queen will lose their power when they give birth.. meaning queen will be weaker then those Cheavaliers….
    Saya and Diva should have their true Chiropteran form rite?
    cos their mother is dead in her chiropteran form….
    i been waiting to see diva true chiropteran form but she DIE with just one stab.. Disappointed!!!

  • September 18, 2006 at 8:18 amchaosdemon06

    solomonfan I dont know for sure but it sure seemed that way. I am kinda holding back reading the manga until the series ends next week ^^

  • September 18, 2006 at 1:44 pmJeckel

    Okay, lol:
    During pregnancy, it is not uncommon for the mother’s and baby’s blood to mix via the placenta.
    Also, who said anything about Diva losing her powers?
    The only thing that changed was her blood’s affect on Saya as far as we can tell.

  • September 18, 2006 at 4:58 pmnico

    uhmmm… I don’t think (and never thought) saya would die, I mean now there are thousands of yokshu or however you spell it roaming the world and so basically she will be needed by the red shield to destroy the mess amschell created.
    by the way, loved solomon everyone else kinda sucks… and yes character development in general in this anime was kinda poor, could’ve done a lot more with 50 episodes.

  • September 18, 2006 at 6:51 pmT_I

    Kai will succeed his late father and raise those babies

    Saya and Haji.. it’s really better off if they die.

    unless they want to make another stupid season of Saya vs the eeeeeevil amerikkkans
    seriously, Japan. WTF.

  • September 18, 2006 at 8:04 pmkeith

    I watched 49 and it was pretty good, by the screenshots it seems not so well, but it ended okay, but there is still ALOT more un answered questions…alot of the questions are important, and some that are not important..like what about going back to okinawa? All i can say, the end of 49 is a huge cliff hanger!! I cant wait another 5 days for the last ep.

  • September 18, 2006 at 8:43 pmNOIR

    I think that everything will finish in happiness, now everything is so predictable. Really dissapointing.

  • September 18, 2006 at 9:40 pmeden

    i wonder if nathan knew who saya’s and diva’s father is

  • September 18, 2006 at 11:10 pmTJ

    I really am hoping that Saya spares the two kids. Also, I really am hoping that Kai pays attention to Mao. I can’t help rooting for her as she clearly is so in love with Kai, and he still focuses on Saya.
    One thing I am not sure I liked was how Nathan just dropped out of the picture. I wanted to see a bit more explaining his tie to Saya and Diva’s mother. Also, how is it that Diva can create such gi-normous (yeah I know that ain’t a real word) Chevaliers, and Haji looks like the runt of the litter. Anyway, the Battle between the first Chevaliers was fun, but I wish it had gone a little longer. One more to go!

  • September 19, 2006 at 3:32 ammolbio

    I think the whoever scripted the final battle between Saya and Diva could have done a much better job. I would have preferred it to have gone more like this: 1. Haji kills Amschel 2. Saya and Diva start to duel, looking like a pretty evenly matched battle 3. Haji and Nathan start to fight 4. Diva starts to win, Saya gets beat up 5. Nathan kills Haji. This really gets Saya’s blood boiling (not literally) 6. Saya just completely overwhelms Diva with her newfound anger 7. Saya stabs Diva. The audience thinks Saya won 8. Diva musters enough strength to stab Saya (surprise number one) 9. Diva crystalizes; Saya doesn’t (surprise 2) 10. Haji isn’t really dead (surprise 3).

  • September 19, 2006 at 9:04 ambloodloco

    I am glad Saya didn’t die. However, I would have like to learn more about Nathan, his death was cheesy!
    What I want to know is…Who does Saya love? (I sure hope it isn’t Kai)

  • September 19, 2006 at 10:09 amRyuma

    I’m fairly sure Nathan bit the big one. When his body fell down the pit, it landed with an audible (and fleshy) thud. But after a little while, you can hear some crackling of glass echoing from down below, implying that his body crystallized after the impact (Saya’s blood had to have a little time to spread through his system, I’m guessing). Nathan hinted at a lot of things, some of which surprised even Amshel (who thought he was fully in control – arrogant bastid), and it sucks that we’ll never know for sure know unless ep 50 fills in the blanks (doubtful) or IG makes a sequel (also doubtful). We also never see how Nathan became a Chevalier, while all of Diva’s other Chevaliers have had their origins explained to some degree (with maybe the exceptions of Gregory/Ratsputin and Martin, but they were very minor characters).

    Speaking as a member of the American military (and currently stationed in Okinawa, no less), this show does seem to have a thinly veiled (and preachy) undercurrent of anti-Americanism to it. But I can forgive that since it’s just a show (and fantasy too) and the theme of the shadowy government conspiracy as a major villain isn’t exactly anything new. The original Blood movie had the same strangely mixed message of American involvement in foreign affairs around the world; what that message was, who really knows except the writers. But speaking from firsthand experience, yes, there is a bit of anti-American sentiment here in Okinawa, but it’s mostly coming from older generations of Okinawans (who tend to think of themselves different from mainland Japanese anyway). Without American dollars supporting the local economy, Okinawa would have serious problems (it’s certaintly the prefecture that receives the lowest funding by the Japanese government).

    Who knows, Van Argeno may do something really crazy and unexpected, seeing how he now has nothing left to lose. I really wouldn’t mind seeing Hagi die. He needs to serve some greater purpose than just take bullets (or spikes or claws through the stomach) for Saya and be her yes-man boy-toy. The whole promise about him killing Saya when everything ends seems like a really weak excuse for having him around.

    Saya; well, with all that she’s been through, the girl deserves a bit of happiness, however brief, before she dies or goes into her 30-year sleep cycle. I don’t think she has it in her to love anyone romantically; she’s too afraid to let anyone get that close to her and so she distances herself from everyone except Hagi. I think she even sees Hagi as more of a brother than anything else (she gave him her blood so he could become her Chevalier, so technically, they DO share the same blood), even more so than Kai. But now that her purpose for her entire existence thus far (killing Diva) has been accomplished, she may ease up a little, but what can she really do in the little time she has left before falling into hibernation again? The series did have entirely too much KaixSaya moments though.

  • September 19, 2006 at 11:08 amanamesis

    the whole story is like pandora’s box…saya opened the box and out poped diva (sounds stupid doesnt it) anyways after diva gets out all thats left is saya(hope) to go killer her also as for the whole blood poison thing just think of one as poison and the other base and seeing as riku was a chevalier and had sayas blood when diva err…yeah “did him” there blood mixed thus making it neutal so the poison is gone…..

    twin sword wielding school girls vs. van argeno and the chiropterran menace….hmmmmm mabye they should make a sequel…..

  • September 19, 2006 at 2:01 pmdori

    One thing to consider: The Sif really were tragic characters, as Saya’s blood killed them and Diva’s blood lost its potency. Therefore, they really had no salvation.

  • September 19, 2006 at 3:25 pmksfdl

    it kinda makes sense that diva’s blood would become neutralized so as not to kill her baby, whichever one happened to have the opposite blood type

  • September 19, 2006 at 7:15 pmShii

    Officially my favorite episode. I think it would’ve been better if Saya had gone with Diva…at first I thought Diva was a whore or whatever, but she’s actually just misunderstood. REALLY misunderstood. But Saya was spoiled, and Diva killed people, so I guess they both should’ve died? Too much dying, but I guess that’s “Blood+” for you. Nathan was weird, I agree. Still, this is my favorite anime. :] Thanks for the summary!
    Oh yah, and I agree with Dori. :[ Seems like those Sif were just thrown in. x__x

  • September 19, 2006 at 9:31 pmkamishiro

    poor of Diva,i kinda like her now,i wish that she could live peacefully with her babies…
    i hate kai or anything with kaiXsaya…if he didn’t interrupt saya,she would killed the babies and haji would kill her and then he woul kill himself,or she could died with diva and haji would also follow her death,or something like that…kai ruins everything…

  • September 19, 2006 at 11:30 pmTim

    Throughout the series, Kai has been portrayed as the type of character whose strength comes from being able to move opposing arguments and thoughts (Kai with Irene, Moses, Lulu, Saya) into a positive outcome. Because of that I really believe in this last episode coming up, that Kai will be able to convince Saya to live. Even though I say this, I’m still crossing my fingers for it not to suddenly take a turn for the worst.

  • September 20, 2006 at 10:44 pmAshlay

    in a way the nathan kind’a works.

    he’s the only one who ever really was trying to achieve what diva really wanted, to just have a family and be freed from all the tests and experiments.

    him and hagi pretty much ended up being the same kind of person….

  • September 21, 2006 at 2:46 amNajat

    I realy like this anime espichally this episode in this seen
    … I wish if I can write more about what I think and feel after seeing it, but my English on keyboard dose not help me that much..
    thank you for Summarizing every episode and for the pictures.

    good luck..

  • September 21, 2006 at 9:50 pmyaoikai

    this is a truly disappointed ep. they try to squeez so much things

    in one ep (by cutting the whole series short). i agree with this

    web-host’s idea. “it did seem like Amshel and Diva weren’t as

    intimidating as they were before” and “Nathan even asked

    Saya to kill him”. Diva, Amshel, or even Nathan could have kill

    saya and haji easily. since saya has been fairly weak for the

    past few eps(due to her sleep-period is near). and haji never

    had much powers(compare to the Diva’s Chevaliers). it seems

    that all saya’s Chevaliers are weaklings, they can’t transform

    fully as those big powerful and ugly monster Chevaliers, yet all

    Diva’s Chevaliers could. and Amshel’s death is so pathetic, it

    seems that everyone could have killed him. and Nathan had

    been a very interesting Chevaliers, he comes and goes and

    shows a very interesting side from all other Chevaliers. i also

    thought that they wud show some background info, about how

    he became Diva’s Chevalier. they could have let him take

    Diva’s baby and rise them. altho he did say that he wasn’t

    interested in her babies, but only her – Diva. im just very

    disappointed how this ep turned out. now Diva is dead, i guess

    that last lil purple haired girl is going to die too, since Diva’s

    blood is gone. unless she uses her babies’ blood or something.

    and as the web host referring to mai otome. isn’t Diva suppose

    to know that she will lost her blood-power, before Nathan?

    afterall, Nathan is at least the 4rd person became Diva’s

    Chevalier. 1st the Amshel from way back to the Zoo, then is his

    pretty-lil-bro and then is the Phantom. if they brings in tons

    policial statment and stuffs on the last ep. i wud rather not to see

    it. so many ppl shouldn’t die, they died. many ppl should been

    have died many times, yet they are still alive. and it seems that

    the last ep gonna be a happy ending. WTF is wrong with the

    producers?! do they actually expect that saya can go back to

    what she used to be? and where is haji’s place?

  • September 21, 2006 at 11:05 pmNoir

    If Ruru doesn`t die in the next episode, the shiff story haven`t got any sense.

    Sorry for my english X_X

  • September 22, 2006 at 7:56 amblackinque


    Pretty good episode … not great, but I’m satisfied

    i wanted Kai to become a chevalier :\


  • September 22, 2006 at 11:07 amHappy ending???

    THis ep 49 is no a happy ending at all…
    Cos DIva died
    after this ep i knew that Diva is a sad character.. recieve no love by those human and was made as an experimental subject by those human…
    ya saya is selfish, why she never put herself into Diva’s shoes?
    I would prefer A ending showing DIVA AND SAYA draw their sword to fight those monster than to fight each other…
    i pity Diva’s baby too…
    THi ep 49 is a very tragdic ending

  • September 22, 2006 at 9:03 pmchaosdemon06

    also people totally missed, saya wanted to go with divia. She kept saying take me with you. Thats why when Divia’s arm came off she tried to put it on again. She simply wanted to die with her sister who shes been fighting against for over a 100 years. Shes going to make her choice tomorrow. I already stated what choice she will make. Peope should try blood+ final piece for the psp. kinda fills in some gaps left. New characters too.

  • September 23, 2006 at 12:14 amJeckel

    I would like the play the psp game but my Japanese ins’t strong enough and because it is on the story based side my experience would be lacking :(
    Would someone who has played the game mind giving examples of the the new characters/information in it?

  • September 23, 2006 at 5:24 amRyuma


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  • September 23, 2006 at 5:56 amACRYLIC


  • September 23, 2006 at 8:18 amchaosdemon06

    Eh!? It hasnt aired yet…how the hell do ya know that lol..

  • September 23, 2006 at 9:08 amangle

    How come haji dies?? wtf.. nathan killed him right?.. i knew he didnt die..

  • September 23, 2006 at 9:38 amACRYLIC

    obviously hes talkin crap right angle? lol -_-

  • September 23, 2006 at 10:13 amchaosdemon06

    theres no download for the raw and it hasnt aired in japan yet so please dont try to trick people before it comes on lol.

  • September 23, 2006 at 10:27 amRyuma

    The reason I know so early is because I live in Okinawa and saw the last episode air live on local TV, of course. I kinda wish I was kidding when I typed that quick spoiler before heading out the door, lol. Gathering from my non-existant grasp of the Japanese language, I’m fairly sure what I wrote is accurate for the most part, barring any translation issues.

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  • September 23, 2006 at 10:51 amRyuma

    Oh, and to all the doubters, Random Curiosity has already updated Ep 50 with screenshots. :)

    And it was a pink rose, not a blue one, my mistake.

  • September 26, 2006 at 1:05 pmRon

    apparently, Nathan didn’t die… if you watch the capture of “Van Argeno” a “reporter” asks him a random question which he answers with a no comment. If you listen to the voice, see the face and the way he disappeared, you would know that it was really indeed Nathan. So, not all of Diva’s chevaliers died.

  • September 29, 2006 at 10:19 amSaya+

    Saya sleeps in the last Episode…
    ther are the last words of Kai while crying ” Sleep well Saya “….
    ANd after I Cry :’( snif

  • October 2, 2006 at 10:41 pmmrskin

    Thanks for the article, I appreciate it.

  • July 5, 2007 at 11:01 pmkeiko

    Poor Diva, I like her because she wasn’t a bad person, she just wanted a family, I always cry in this episode, she looks really cute with her babies!!!

    Mmm… I don’t care if Saya doesn’t die, she is the protagonist, isn’t she? and I think is a good ending and an excellent anime, You guys really want a tragic ending?? because it’s a sad ending; solomon, moses, george, riku, Diva and a lot died in this anime… Do you want to kill Saya too??, and Hagi disappears!!!
    And, maybe, if Saya wakes up, she’s going to kill herself, because she’s going to be alone, are you happy? jeje

  • July 7, 2007 at 3:22 pmSlayer

    Saya forgot to coat her sword with blood when she ‘killed’ Van Argeno. So, unfortunately, he is still alive.

  • July 7, 2007 at 3:32 pmSlayer

    I meant to say Nathan not Van Argeno Sorry!

  • October 3, 2007 at 9:48 amSweetblood

    Oh… Diva’s dead… All she wanted WAS to have her own family…

  • November 3, 2007 at 7:22 amYuyumuto-kum

    Diva’s Blood is not effective to Saya because Diva’s Blood lost its potency for giving birth to two daughters…

    My link, similar to…:


  • March 23, 2008 at 1:48 pmBlackheart rebel #666

    I can’t believe that saya didn’t die what a bitch she totally should’ve died and Kai should not have the honor of raising Diva’s kids Diva should be the one to have survived not her stupid sister.Always forcing people to die for her own safety like solomon I HATE her with a passion

  • March 1, 2009 at 12:35 amwtf


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