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So it turns out the muses have names! From left to right:
Thalia: The muse of comedy
Melpomene: The muse of tragedy
Calliope: The muse of epic poetry
Clio: The muse of history
Terpsichore: The muse of dance
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disney-rules:

So it turns out the muses have names! From left to right:

Thalia: The muse of comedy

Melpomene: The muse of tragedy

Calliope: The muse of epic poetry

Clio: The muse of history

Terpsichore: The muse of dance

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hey i have a rebellion question and you seem like the perfect person to ask. at the very end after the credits i'm still wondering what that last scene was about where homura sat on a half hill staring into a half moon and smiling when she fell off the hill. i'm confused there; did she commit suicide by falling or is it something else? the symbolism and action of that scene confused me so i would love to hear your taken on it when you get some time. thanks c:
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homura:

if you’re familiar with the other two madoka movies, there’s a scene involving madoka, homura, a meadow, and chairs in the one of the openings, namely this one:

when this originally came out it didn’t really have any significance, it was just a cute scene between the two included in the opening sequence. it wasn’t until rebellion that it became plot-relevant.

rebellion did a callback to this scene during homulilly’s transformation, in which homura finds herself in a hallucination, suddenly sitting next to madoka in the meadow. without words, madoka stands up in a crucifixion pose, falls over, and before homura can catch her, hits the ground smiling and turns to pink goo.

in the scene you’re asking about, homura has just overwritten madoka’s post-ultimate wish universe and effectively “dethroned” her, which explains why madoka’s half of the hill and moon, and especially, her chair are absent.

when homura is finished presumably torturing kyubey and admiring her new soul gem, she purposely falls off the side of the now half-hill, representing her fall from “heaven” as it’s been established she shares a likeness with lucifer. because of the angle, she’s seen falling to the opposite side that madoka fell in her hallucination, possibly representing how they’ve gone down two opposite idealistic paths that will lead them to “become enemies someday.”

it is important to note that she doesn’t commit suicide. she’s at the head of her new universe and controls its logic, so it’s reasonable to say she lands safely by manipulating the laws of physics.

the chair scenes are one of my favorite motifs in pmmm, they’re without dialogue but say a lot about the progression of things especially when lined up next to each other

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