Oh, now I get what you're saying.
"Establish Speculations into facts?". Wrong. I was merely trying to give basis for my statement that "It is heavily implied that touching the door to the labyrinth is what erases an Eternal from history". Remember? That's what started this branch of our discussion in the first place.
Giving basis to your speculation is in fact same as trying to establish speculations into facts.[/img]
No it's not... I said that it is implied that something happened, then I gave a place in the story where it was implied. First of all, how does that involve "trying too hard to turn speculation into facts", focusing on the "trying too hard" part?
1) I'm asking why that matters. Yes, that's one possible explanation, but my explanation could be viewed as just as valid. Now you're the one trying a bit too hard to turn speculations into facts
It would be out of place to think / talk about Takios and Temuorin in the first place. Would you think about how to beat Super Mario while your playing Street Fighter ?
People have something called Emotions and Priority.
Your basis for that Yuuto might have forgotten about Takios and Temuorin was that he didn't mention. By following your logic Yuuto might as well as forgotten about Tokimi.
I'm the one trying to turn speculations into facts ? Where are my speculations ? Answer : They never existed.
Yuuto doesn't mention Tem or Tak again in the story because of his psychology, and even though this is merely my own speculation as to why Yuuto does not mention them, and there is no specific event and/or line in the story which DEFINITIVELY gives proof that this is the reason why he doesn't mention them, I'm going to call it a fact anyways!
Point in case being that as soon as you started discussing Yuuto's psychology, everything that you said was your own speculation.
Oh, and the fact that my explanation actually adheres to the in-universe rules by default makes it more valid than your views that we should f*ck the in-game universe rules.
Secondly, by MY logic, Yuuto never had a reason to forget Tokimi in the first place, so that has absolutely no bearing here (Read my first post in this thread, then you'll understand), but he DID have a reason to forget Tem and Tak. Thus, I conclude that he forgot Tem and Tak, but didn't forget Tokimi.