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Original Tumblr Post: Last run
Not a detail I missed, exactly, on my first read-through. But 2 and 2 that just didn’t quite make it together I think:
Vash isn’t just burning up the rest of his power and life in this final fight, he is specifically and and deliberately putting himself through his Last Run.
#like I KNEW that’s what it was #that’s what the black hair ends with we were told that #I had just never connected it to the panel when knives noticed his power spike before #and the Last Run seems more like an event that has to start not just… the final usage of power #like the difference between recklessly continuing to drive until your car just stops and setting the rest of the fuel tank on fire