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:::::::Lunarians aren't immortal by any means, just long lived as long as they stay away from impurity. Still, in CiLR we are told 4 people used the elixir (Kaguya, Mokou, Chang'e are the others). Reading the ending, it's also possible that she took it ''after'' the ending, when Yuyuko tries to poison her ("i don't want to die yet, so ''i'll take'' the elixir. Too bad, i can't take care of the Netherworld"). [[User:PK|PK]] ([[User talk:PK|talk]]) 10:04, 2 July 2020 (UTC)
 
:::::::Lunarians aren't immortal by any means, just long lived as long as they stay away from impurity. Still, in CiLR we are told 4 people used the elixir (Kaguya, Mokou, Chang'e are the others). Reading the ending, it's also possible that she took it ''after'' the ending, when Yuyuko tries to poison her ("i don't want to die yet, so ''i'll take'' the elixir. Too bad, i can't take care of the Netherworld"). [[User:PK|PK]] ([[User talk:PK|talk]]) 10:04, 2 July 2020 (UTC)
 
::::::::Where has it been exactly said that 4 people used the elixir in CiLR? It may be possible that she took it, it's not 100% sure, and she didn't say she was going to consume the elixir. [[User:BraviNoname|BraviNoname]] ([[User talk:BraviNoname|talk]]) 03:15, 3 July 2020 (UTC)
 
::::::::Where has it been exactly said that 4 people used the elixir in CiLR? It may be possible that she took it, it's not 100% sure, and she didn't say she was going to consume the elixir. [[User:BraviNoname|BraviNoname]] ([[User talk:BraviNoname|talk]]) 03:15, 3 July 2020 (UTC)
:::::::::She says "それに私は、姫の能力で作られた薬を服用している。", meaning she either already took it, or she was going to. As for the number of people, i'm sure it was somewhere, i have to search for it. Another thing, that you removed, is the fact that Eirin is able to "revive" at the end of the battle explicitly due to the elixir (presumably with Kaguya accelerating the recovery). How could the elixir help Eirin if she didn't take it? It's not like it grants Kaguya the power to revive others. [[User:PK|PK]] ([[User talk:PK|talk]]) 07:39, 3 July 2020 (UTC)
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:::::::::She says "それに私は、姫の能力で作られた薬を服用している。", meaning she either already took it, or she was going to. As for the number of people, i'm sure it was somewhere, i have to search for it. Another thing, that you removed, is the fact that Eirin is able to "revive" at the end of the battle explicitly due to the elixir (presumably with Kaguya accelerating the recovery). How could the elixir help Eirin if she didn't take it? It's not like it grants Kaguya the power to revive others. I also think we are taking the "can't go to the Netherworld" too literally (and translation choices can change the whole meaning). It might just mean you won't go there as a part of the "natural" cycle as a phantom/ghost, not that you are physically unable to enter. [[User:PK|PK]] ([[User talk:PK|talk]]) 07:39, 3 July 2020 (UTC)

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Eirin[edit]

In the ending she literally says she took the medicine made with Kaguya's power (まだ、死にたくは無いわ。 それに私は、姫の能力で作られた薬を服用している。残念だけど、冥界のお世話にはなれないのよ), which needless to say it's the Hourai Elixir. PK (talk) 06:55, 28 June 2020 (UTC)

Also where does the "immortals can't access the netherworld" come from? PK (talk) 13:22, 28 June 2020 (UTC)
She fell ill in Inaba of the Moon/Earth, so she could just not be aging anymore if she took the Elixir. And you have to take three sips in order to become immortal. First one to not age anymore, second one to never fall ill, and third one to become immortal. BraviNoname (talk) 06:40, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Inaba is a gag comic which wasn't even actually written by ZUN, i doubt it proves anything. What "does" implies her immortality is the end of CiLR, where it's stated Yukari's goal was to instill fear in "those who can't die" (Eirin).PK (talk) 08:43, 1 July 2020 (UTC)
Does Inaba follow the canon? Yukari's sentence may be about the immortals in general so, Eirin isn't necessarily included. BraviNoname (talk) 10:35, 1 July 2020 (UTC)
The ending is outright about Yukari scarring Eirin's mind with the taste of lunarian sake. Not Kaguya or anyone else. The sentence about scaring immortals is literally consequential to Eirin recognizing the taste. As for Inaba, ZUN is only credited as the creator of the setting, not as the writer like in the other actually canon printworks. PK (talk) 10:52, 1 July 2020 (UTC)
Aren't the lunarians already immortal to begin with without taking the Elixir? The ending said that she was going to take it, but she probably didn't, probably on second thought. And here is the proof that immortals can't access the Netherworld. BraviNoname (talk) 09:14, 2 July 2020 (UTC)
Lunarians aren't immortal by any means, just long lived as long as they stay away from impurity. Still, in CiLR we are told 4 people used the elixir (Kaguya, Mokou, Chang'e are the others). Reading the ending, it's also possible that she took it after the ending, when Yuyuko tries to poison her ("i don't want to die yet, so i'll take the elixir. Too bad, i can't take care of the Netherworld"). PK (talk) 10:04, 2 July 2020 (UTC)
Where has it been exactly said that 4 people used the elixir in CiLR? It may be possible that she took it, it's not 100% sure, and she didn't say she was going to consume the elixir. BraviNoname (talk) 03:15, 3 July 2020 (UTC)
She says "それに私は、姫の能力で作られた薬を服用している。", meaning she either already took it, or she was going to. As for the number of people, i'm sure it was somewhere, i have to search for it. Another thing, that you removed, is the fact that Eirin is able to "revive" at the end of the battle explicitly due to the elixir (presumably with Kaguya accelerating the recovery). How could the elixir help Eirin if she didn't take it? It's not like it grants Kaguya the power to revive others. I also think we are taking the "can't go to the Netherworld" too literally (and translation choices can change the whole meaning). It might just mean you won't go there as a part of the "natural" cycle as a phantom/ghost, not that you are physically unable to enter. PK (talk) 07:39, 3 July 2020 (UTC)