The Promised Neverland, Chapter 173

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24 thoughts on “The Promised Neverland, Chapter 173

  1. O_O… the inclusion, the tension, the drama, the realism, and the spirts of reality in here i feel are trying to send a message to human kind…

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      1. I don’t think they were trying to say “don’t eat meat.” Both the humans and demons were fine with consuming meat of the lesser animals that did not have consciousness (fish, birds, etc) They were showing the parallels in corruption especially within the government and how people are treated.

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        1. Tf do you mean they don’t have consciousness? All animals are conscious. Plants as well. Anything that can respond to stimuli is conscious. Even bacteria are classified as conscious organisms. Viruses are not conscious because they do not respond to stimulus or, in fact, do anything besides reproduction. But birds, fish, etc are all conscious.

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          1. *sigh You know what he actually means. It’s unconscious as in they don’t have the thinking like humans does. Yes they do know fear of being eaten and sure they run from their predators but they don’t have the ability to think like humans or communicate to us. To plan to escape is beyond that. If they do, then we might not eat them. Some animals willing to be eaten, that is fact. Some doesn’t. And people who feel sorry to animals and don’t eat them, that’s fine too.

    1. Lol at Peter and these comments. Y’all gonna go eat a 4 piece mcnugget later that was raised in one of them mass production farms or nah?

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  2. the piece of shit is right, the human world is as messed up as the demon world. i honestly hope we all die, we dont deserve to live with all the discrimination, hatred, killing, wars, cruelty. there’s no way everyone could just live peacefully because the government dont care about us, i wish everyone was like emma

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  3. I’m sad again I’ll take a moment and play a song cause Peter is dead that backstory mad me cry

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  4. Love how it’s revealed that the demon world is an allegory of human history – the demons are exactly what lives in the human world inside human beings, the evil, the soul-devouring, endless wars and violence – this manga just takes those qualities and imagines them in demon-form, flesh- instead of soul-devouring – so deep omg

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  5. This inclusion isn’t anything riveting imo. it’s nice to have it though. but feels kind of cheesy… At least it’s in tune with current/recent events

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  6. I feel like most humans had lost hope. Peter Ratri gave up his own life because he felt the world were humans could live in peace was absolutely impossible. Its sad to think of all the people who did away with themselves had lost hope of a world like that. I feel hope is what kept the people alive. Emma helped the kids hope for a future they could create together which is why this just hurt my heart to read.

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  7. If the whole point was to tell the readers the world is bad and not to eat meat then i’m not gonna lie they lost me a bit, I didn’t need 173 chapters to tell me that….

    …now if this is saying something about governments.. 👀👀👀

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  8. yoo this whole manga is a mirror to our world to make us realiswhat we’ve done since long ago

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  9. So I think Emma is a direct descendant of that one dude that was friends with Julius ho was trying really hard to convince Jules not to make the deal.

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  10. Yeah in a sense, what Peter said was true but at least he knew at the end that he was wrong and he regret killing his brother
    Here, we see a way for demons to not eat humans, what happens if they go to the human world? They’ll find a way for humans not to eat animals? That would be impossible

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  11. This is a message to not be selfish indeed. But honestly their demon world is the mirror of the human world.

    I feel ok that Ratri will die if he doesn’t watevers

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  12. I mean Peter’s not wrong at that part. Being in the human world, this world, isn’t as hopeful as they (cattle children) think it’d be. The demon world and human world reflect each other after all.

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