Been thinking about madoka rebellion

When I come up with my theories for the madoka world I can’t just come up with them on the fly like many other people. It could be days, weeks or even months until my head will just suddenly go “It finally adds up!”.

For a show I’m not that interested in I sure love figuring out what happened…..even if it’s hard to show other people were i’m looking from.

* I have a hard time explaining the first half of the explanation to people without finding the image of madoka been tied together with string.*

The show is about a bunch of girls who sell there souls to a figurative devil in exchange for a selfish wish.  All the girls get given there soul in a small container and when it becomes too black hatches into there true punishment (There adult selves).  when the witch is born it’s soul is no longer a gem but a seed that will be refilled by another new girl. (there soul is eternally imprisoned  in there own personal hell and magical girls are adding to the torment by filling then with there dirt).

*T_T madoka is dark.*

Remember magical girls are nothing more the puppets being driven by the soul gem.

What would you say if I told you nothing in madoka actually happened?

You would probably go: WTF O_o

Everything that happens in this timeline only exists in Houmra’s little bubble and in no way effects anyone outside of it…..except god madoka who is one half of Madoka she still in motion…..even thogh there is no longer a need for her or magical girls anymore due to the power they generate (it’s very complicated!) 

XD I always joke with my friend that this anime should be call Homura because the main story is very much about her. ^-o This will also explain why I didn’t like he original ending.

“I want to become strong enough to protect her!”

“Your wish has surpassed entropy”

What the heck does that mean???  A load of madoka fan choose to ignore this however, to me this is the most important piece to the puzzle.

The events that take place just like the other magical girls are just the stepping stones to her own personal hell where madoka will always just be out of her grasps…but here is the problem. kyubey just like the other people trapped in Homura’s web don’t know they are eternally relieving the same loop (a side effect of the wish).  she doesn’t really go back in time per-say, she creates starts and ends in a particular timeline in different realities that all connect to the same place.

when god madoka makes her with she makes it using the affect of Homura’s wish unknowingly linking the two gems as sisters.  god Madoka gem can’t exist without Homura’s gem which is trying to punish her (god Madoka has no dirt because Homura is carrying it all).   *The idea of madoka killing her own witch just seemed silly to me (there had to be more to it).*

The main word that need to be highlighted when talking about the 3rd movie is “rebellion”. what is Homura rebelling against?

She is rebelling against kyubey and the hell she has been put thogh in order to get a wish that she felt was never granted. Unlike other magical girls she gets what she wants by taking part of madoka away to trap her within Homura’s personal hell.

God madoka still exist along with Homura’s puppets body.

world one is Madoka’s power

world two is Homura’s power

world three is the seal that stops everything from moving within Homura’s timeline.

Homura is a magical witch: she has not been consumed by the darkness but, she is not free from the darkness (she can only exist within her soul gen prison).

T_T If you really want to make things truly confusing in the Epilogue Homura meets the spirit of Madoka as a fox telling her it’s ok to give in to your witch half now. O_o This restarts the events of movie 3 and explains why she was yelling “I need to die here” while the girls were trying to save her. 

If you save Homura the loop will only start again.



2 responses

  1. One of my favorite shows and I liked Rebellion despite it’s bad reputation and confusing (at times) story. Nice analysis!

  2. Wow… I got the entire first series in ONE night but that took willpower and me taking AGES to get so sleep! However, Rebellion seemed to confuse me too much with the first series so I am totally glad I read this. In a few words- me and my friend just say that they’re dammed magical girls and they cry a lot and die. (Although Homura does has a point that she needs to rebell against Kyubey…)

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