Oh my. Oh my oh my oh my.
I'm still processing all the fucked up things being said about death, killing, and intimacy. For now, I'm content with the epic Heine-Naoto fight--or Heine-Angelika, I suppose--(but Heine/Naoto, really), and their pact of sorts to go to the below together and be each other's "last resort." *dies of shipping feels*
We get backstory from Herbst (the priest), a reveal about what happened with the mutant/modified children, and, well, more clones. I'm starting to think everyone's a clone.
I wish this manga came out faster!