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Something that really doubled down powerless Satsuki's feels and how Ragyo views her as nothing more than an object.
What it shows is sexual, and thus "fanservicey", but there really is little-to-nothing as powerful as rape when garnering loathing for the abuser, and sympathy for the abused.
And using rape as a plot device just because it's "powerful" is a cheap move.
This scene also instantly shifts the power dynamic to Raygo.
Something that really doubled down powerless Satsuki's feels and how Ragyo views her as nothing more than an object. As long as it's done in a way that properly establishes the horror of the act. Like I said, qualitative and quantitative are not the same thing. This scene builds disdain for Ragyo, naturally, but also shifts our perception of Satsuki's character. She forces most of her people to live in slums , has her enemies hung up by barbed wire , and runs twisted experiments on people. It was always her plan to betray Ragyo for good reason. Reposting is okay, as long as you link to the previous post to continue the discussion and not start a completely new one.