Isn't Yasu Battler, Jessica, George, Maria, and Ange's aunt/uncle and step-cousin. should that be added.
Should Yasu's death in Requiem be included in the article when s/he is shot in the face by Kyrie
The main pic of this page is not Yasu it is actually the doll from the 2AM prank scene in Ep 7
I could either put the Shannon, Beatrice, and Kanon sprites together in one pic or I could put what Yasu looked like when s/he solved the epitath in Ep 7 where s/he had the appearance of Beato the Elder
Lambda's Diary Edit
Was that Yasu, or was it Eva-Beatrice? If the anime was correct on this scene, Lambda was also the one that approved of Eva's ascension to Golden Witch. --DQ13 ~ Nothing amazing ever happens here. 18:46, April 13, 2012 (UTC)
Yasu's gender identity Edit
I was revieving the End of the Golden Witch episode and I think Yasu's gender identity can be confirmed, he is a male. I observed this from the Nasuhi's conversation with Yasu as not only she believe the speaker to be male but she also refered to him as "man from 19 years ago".
So I said (painfully) in blue that "Because Nasuhi has recieved and actually raise Yasu for one year after his birth, she must be aware of Yasu's gender identity and as she refer to him as "man" from 19 years ago, it is already conclude that Yasu/Nasuhi's child is male"
First Natsuhi barely raised Yasu as she pushed her off a cliff very soon after reciveing her. Also though Natsuhi refers to Yasu as a man she also says she is unsure about weather it was a man or not. We have seen that Yasu is able to manipulate and change her voice which she could have been doing. Also she may have just wanted to mess with Natsuhi. Or a more popular theory is that Battler was the real caller after figuring out who Yasu really is and he had to make himself a male because he obviously could not imitate a girl. So the argument goes both ways and nothing can be stated as fact.
AsukaHanyuYay 00:33, May 11, 2012 (UTC)
Natsuhi said that she's unsure before the child revealed it's identity. After that Natsuhi seems to have no doubts about child's gender anymore(she doesn't suspect Erika once Genji says that she's a girl). And even if Natsuhi didn't know childs gender, how Yasu can know about it? Why she wasn't presenting herself as the child from 19 years ago? Why it needs to be a man?
Battlers theory is a little wierd, because in the first call Natsuhi is unable to say wether it's male or female basing on the voice, while his voice is obviously masculine. - Anon33 05:17, May 11, 2012 (UTC)
Is someone aware whether the rumors about the man from 19 years ago appearance in the Land are true or not?
I've never heard of this rumor but it doesn't really matter since Land never came to be. Ryukushi07 did say that Land of the Golden Witch's plot was divided up and parts of it were put into other episodes. So most likely the idea for the man from 19 years ago was from land and it was recycled into End AsukaHanyuYay 18:10, May 19, 2012 (UTC)
First appearance Edit
Wasn't Yasu's first appearance in Banquet after Beatrice's illusion was denied? I think it's especially evident in manga. - Anon33 19:48, June 13, 2012 (UTC)
Should we change all mentions of the name Yasu to Sayo since that is her confirmed name and we no longer really have to use the nickname given to her? DirkingtonStrider (talk) 00:30, April 18, 2014 (UTC)
Sex and Gender Edit
To avoid confusion, we should make sure that the distinction between Sex and Gender are made. Sex is something you're born with. Gender is your personal identity. So, in this case, Sayo's sex is male, but gender is female (except for Kanon and Lion). It is common practice to refer to a transgendered individual as whatever gender pronoun they are presenting as at that time, so the section where it is talking about Sayo being shot by Kyrie should change to female pronouns instead of male, as she is Beatrice and/or Sayo at that time, not Kanon/Lion.
I'm assuming you mean on Kanon's page where we have the truth of Rokkenjima because I just changed that and also I'm not meaning to sound mean but it's not "transgendered individual" it's just transgender individual the -ed is unnessecary 18:59, April 24, 2014 (UTC)