>>187692106>supposed to love everyone equally but he doesn't
Femio-sama was the true hero after all. My nigga.
Cool you went back to check that out, I'd never give enough shit to do that. How Mytho copes with the reversing of reality seemed like a convenient speech and deus ex to me so I forgot it, but truth of the mater is: he was no longer real, no matter how the anime tries to make us accept it. The subliminal message of the anime itself, also directly said as well often, was however that the guy was never real but a figment of fairy tale writing convenience. The shattered heart was also a convenience of writing, because when you look at it, his true form has no elements of three dimensional writing.
Good you mentioned the whole love issue, since he betrayed the "prince for the people" philanthropist nationalistic romanticism for the "prince for the princess" role, I hear some bull hoofs running closer.