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• 5/26/2016

What if the landlord has learned about the Sekirei?

I am having dark thoughts about that man, and I think he is an insanly angry man. I'm also thinking that he was antagonizing Minato Sahashi possibly for being a ronin. Later one night he discovred that Minato had Musubi with him and he evicted him almost without reason.

And if he learned about the Sekirei and finds out that his ex cilent Minato is a Ashikabi, he would ether halved Minato locked up in prisson, forced in a work camp, chased out of the country for good, or worse put to death in the electric chair, and become president of Japan and turn it into a communist country.

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• 5/27/2016

We don't know a lot about Mr. Landlord.  We do know that after evicting Minato, he agreed to refund his security deposit in full after Musubi was polite to him.  He also seems to have reconsidered his rental policy shortly thereafter, as he allowed Haruka Shigi and #95 Kuno to at least temporarily rent the same apartment Minato had been in.  So while irascible and ill-tempered, he doesn't seem to be completely heartless.

As far as your second hypothesis, it's highly unlikely any of those things would happen.  Being an Ashikabi or Sekirei is not illegal; indeed, since the existence of Sekireis is a closely-guarded secret, the public at large has no idea that any such beings exist outside of legend, thus there is no reason to even consider such policies.  Those entities that do know of the existence of Sekireis are more interested in capturing them and putting them to use for their own benefit rather than exterminating them.

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• 5/27/2016
Txtracer wrote:
We don't know a lot about Mr. Landlord.  We do know that after evicting Minato, he agreed to refund his security deposit in full after Musubi was polite to him.  He also seems to have reconsidered his rental policy shortly thereafter, as he allowed Haruka Shigi and #95 Kuno to at least temporarily rent the same apartment Minato had been in.  So while irascible and ill-tempered, he doesn't seem to be completely heartless.

As far as your second hypothesis, it's highly unlikely any of those things would happen.  Being an Ashikabi or Sekirei is not illegal; indeed, since the existence of Sekireis is a closely-guarded secret, the public at large has no idea that any such beings exist outside of legend, thus there is no reason to even consider such policies.  Those entities that do know of the existence of Sekireis are more interested in capturing them and putting them to use for their own benefit rather than exterminating them.


I'd seriously doubt that. Do you remember what his people did to Pear Harbor back in World War II?

<lots of trolling garbage deleted>

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• 5/28/2016

OK, you seriously need to rethink your attitude.  I tried to engage you in a civil discussion about Sekirei, but it seems you are more interested in continuing your ugly defamation of the Japanese people.  That is not tolerated on this site, and I mean on wikia.com not just this Sekirei wiki.  Your hate speech is not welcome here.

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• 5/28/2016
Txtracer wrote:
OK, you seriously need to rethink your attitude.  I tried to engage you in a civil discussion about Sekirei, but it seems you are more interested in continuing your ugly defamation of the Japanese people.  That is not tolerated on this site, and I mean on wikia.com not just this Sekirei wiki.  Your hate speech is not welcome here.


Forgive me. Ever sense I saw the first episode, I was starting to become suspicious. I never watch the rest of the show I just... I 've got some demons, and I still got a bad feeling about that character. I'm Sorry

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• 5/28/2016

Fortunately for you, Mr. Landlord only makes that one appearance in the story.  So you can safely enjoy the rest of the story, which is mainly concerned with exploring the relationships between Sekireis and Ashikabis, their history, and the workings and purpose of the Sekirei Plan.

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• 5/28/2016
Txtracer wrote:
Fortunately for you, Mr. Landlord only makes that one appearance in the story.  So you can safely enjoy the rest of the story, which is mainly concerned with exploring the relationships between Sekireis and Ashikabis, their history, and the workings and purpose of the Sekirei Plan.

Maybe. But I chose not to watch the rest of it. And I still have a terrible feeling that Landlord would discover about the Sekireis and Ashikabis, and would do everything in his power to kill Minato, and his family

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