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Why does The Entity Like the Yamaokas so much?

Bigbootiejudy666Bigbootiejudy666 Member Posts: 407
edited November 2019 in Lore

Have you noticed that that the Entity not only took one, but two people from the Yamaokas? Like why does the Entity favor the Yamaokas so much? Did the first Yamaoka made a Pact with the Entity? Maybe The Entity was like "oh these bitches would serve us well in the fog, we'll take your whole stock" Like why not take Trapper's father as well, from the [BAD WORD] I seen from the archives, Trapper's dad would've made a good killer.


  • grayon444grayon444 Member Posts: 419

    I guess the Yamaoka family as a whole has a huge wrath potential which is the strongest emotion which makes a killer useful to the entity.

  • mistar_zmistar_z Member Posts: 581

    nah toxic masculinity and resentment aren't as tasty i guess.

  • VolfawottVolfawott Member Posts: 3,691

    Uncontrollable rages of very easy emotion to use to your advantage.

    For the most part The Entity won't have to waste time with torture. Like trapper

    Incentives to to sweeten the deal for the Killers. Clown

    It's not as easy as people who are just outright willing to be Killers like Michael and ghostface.

    But it's a lot easier in comparison to the other methods to point their anger at a specific target aka the survivors and let them go wild

  • Shad03Shad03 Member Posts: 3,732

    I'm guessing it's due to their potential to kill and to do it effectively, I guess you can say too effectively...

  • BloodyBunnyBloodyBunny Member Posts: 84

    Now we just need spirits father as a survivor so spirit can kill him for all eternity

  • PigMainClaudettePigMainClaudette Member Posts: 3,842

    Well, the Oni was an utterly brutal killer across the battlefields of Japan, and with his seemingly powerful rage, to a being that LITERALLY FEEDS OFF EMOTIONS, that seems like a very good meal. Like a well-cooked steak. Tempered and perfectly made. And with his battlefield prowess, and martial pride, that'd be like the chips and salad on the side.

    Rin, however, has a more concentrated and violent rage. The Entity was going to take her father instead, but Rin's rage made her the better choice. Back to the steak analogy again too, same as the Oni, but a bigger piece of steak, with more of the natural juices. But just the steak. Maybe with a nice sauce called anxiety and depression.

    And no I was not hungry when I wrote this. The food comparison made too much sense here.

  • RaptorrotasRaptorrotas Member Posts: 2,109

    Do you have a reliable good food delivery service you use often? I think it's kinda the same.

  • Bigbootiejudy666Bigbootiejudy666 Member Posts: 407

    I cant stop laughing at this lol. But its a good way at explaining this lol

  • JubJub Member Posts: 2

    No. Then we would have Claudette and Laurie. As a couple.

  • camgaming_dbdcamgaming_dbd Member Posts: 190

    The Enitiy is the devs...

  • AjritokaAjritoka Member Posts: 599

    Their legacy is cursed. Their bloodline, shattered.

    Easy pickings for The Entity.

  • Cornpopers_EvanCornpopers_Evan Member Posts: 1,936

    I think it might be as simple as the Yamaokas are full of such strong emotions that it would be a shame NOT to take them from the Entity's viewpoint.

  • _VioletRabbit_VioletRabbit Member Posts: 2

    Both Kazan and Rin fit in the Realm for Entity, but they had other motivations:

    Kazan - his desire to kill all the people who (in his opinion) didn't deserve to be samurais

    Rin - her pure anger and thirst for revenge for herself and her mother

    And maybe that was the only reason, but I thought about something else, connecting their stories more. Probably other people wrote here about it before me, but when I was reading the newest Q&A, I saw one thing.

    Oni's bloodlust did bring the curse upon the whole Yamaoka family.

    -| "Kazan attracted the Entity through his dark actions and forever cursed the Yamaoka bloodline."

    Q&A | December 18th, 2019 |-

    It could mean that from the deal moment Entity was trying to lure more Yamaokas to its Realm. It has already known what Oni can do, so maybe it wanted to keep an eye on Yamaoka family.

    The curse affected Rin and Entity took her to its Realm.

  • DaltonioDaltonio Member Posts: 21

    The better question is, why do the Yamaoka's like killing so much?

  • MegatomeMegatome Member Posts: 34
    edited January 18

    The Yamaoka bloodline is eternally cursed because of Kazan. I wouldn't be surprised if somewhere further down the line we get a third addition to the family.

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