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About Mad Father's TRUE Ending *SPOILER ALERT*

Journal Entry: Thu Jan 24, 2013, 4:57 AM

The true ending is actually pretty depressing, Whether you like it or not, It'll happen.

I don't like it either but..

Don't listen to the conspiracy theories. People think that the Aya in the vat at the end is the real Aya or that Aya is a good person running the clinic.

The Aya's were not switched. In the true ending, Ogre (the red eyed stranger, just like the book on Aya's shelf) brought Alfred (the father) back from the dead and into another dimension. that's why his hair and hands are purple. Ogre said "Maybe one day you can show this girl your homeland". That means that the Aya in the glass (who is quite curvaceous for an 11 y/o) has never been in the real world, meaning she was never the real Aya, and is a recreation made my Alfred to fulfill his desires.

And as for the theories about Aya actually being a good person at the end... oh I wish I was that naive... It may look that way, because Aya is helping Jean at the end and Maria said she is just like her father, so some people think that it means she got the part of her father that saved maria off the streets.

However, If you pay attention, Jean says that she was helped here by an old lady with a carriage. she hears hooves in the back of the house. then when it pans over to Maria, you can clearly see she has aged (to the point of being called an old lady...). you can also see a door behind her, (from the back, where the hooves were), the red anatomy book her father had, a small collection of dolls... and, to seal the deal, a ladder to a basement to Maria's right.

Maria tells people that there is a nearby clinic that gives free treatments, takes them there, and then Aya gets to turn them into dolls.

This ending hurts so bad, just like the true ending of Witches House...

Oh God Spoilers ;w;

  • Mood: Big Grin
  • Watching: Adventure time
  • Eating: Noodles >:3
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Keira-Giordano Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Student Writer
Suzooon Featured By Owner May 21, 2014
Wow I'm so late ! Anyway...

At the beginning of the game, Aya was already a little psycho. If you play it a second time, you will find hints about it. There are notes left by her father in which he explained that she was becoming like him, but he didn't want her to be dirtied so he wished to make her into a doll. She's not a kind little girl, she killed animals and hurts snowball many times :'(

Before going in the black (purple) hole, you can find a letter from her mother addressed to her father. She's saying that she fell in love with him when he tried to killed her. She would like to invite him to her house, which was a base for religious groups in the past. Seems like they left some "interesting stuffs"...
Wouhou, welcome to the psycho family ! Don't forget the mother used to read some strange books to Aya... Well now, easier to imagine her turning crazy when she found her father's book in the end, no ?

Also, the girl in the tube is a replica of course. Ogre says it would be good if she could see the father's world, which mean she never saw it before, so she can't be Aya. Impossible ! How would she appears here ? We saw her left with Maria after all. She just became a crazy doctor who kill people to make them into beautiful dolls... Happy end !
fantasyk87 Featured By Owner May 14, 2014
T__T I just finished playing it and I couldn't belive how horrible the ending was.. I hate it, Aya became a psyco just like her dad.. so Dio's word were kinda useless.. and her mother.. sigh.
CreamCakeBlast Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
Well, Aya probably missed her father dearly, even when the mansion was on fire Aya stayed a bit longer.
DarkScentZ Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014
i had a feeling that the bonus 21 gem part was like this:
when the ogre said: "I hope someday you can show that girl your homeland" t hought that aya's father waiting for aya to death and then live with him in another dimension, that's why his hair and hand are purple, because ogre revive him and then helped him to make another clone of aya in another dimension. he waiting for aya's soul to transport to another aya's clone body and then live with him. it's just my thought :)
mochichama Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Man i thought that was the bad ending.
I even search for an explanation. Sigh,
I will pretend shes helping people by making them into ... living dead. Good game btw.
JaneyKara Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I got the ending first time I saw it. And it's a great ending! Aya becoming like her dad is a neat idea to me. ^^
MiraKHall Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I actually kind of liked the ending.  It was rather appropriately creepy, not as downright depressing as the true ending to the Witch's House (SOMEONE has some issues to work out :roll:).  But the added details about Maria being the old lady Jean was talking about -- and the horse whinny in the background -- it confirmed my suspicions that, in the long run, that book Aya ran across, was the anatomy book she didn't want to look through in the first place.  Something must've clicked in her when curiosity enticed her to look inside, and now she's Father -- one, two, THREE! :XD:

But why were some folks confused about the clone Aya being the real Aya?  Wasn't it obvious that it was a replica?
Icequeen3737 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
is it wrong that my favorite ending was the one when aya's dad turns her into a doll he's just so cool when he does it yelling in Japanese when he's looking for her and I liked aya's doll dress
Minioma Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013
(This is just my opinion, so don't go too hard on me, please.)
I'm not pissed off about bad ending. It's a horror game, they always have bad ending and, as i like to call them, "sort of bad endings". I'm more pissed off about the logic of MAKING this "sort of bad ending".
Motivation is the thing that pushes people forward with their decisions. Motivation are born/made by what events happens to people and how they affect on them.
In "My diary" (We are not sure was Aya saying it was hers, or was the book called that way) we sort of saw what was Aya's dad's motivation and how it was born: He got addicted to killing people because he SAW and THOUGHT that they looked pretty when they were dead. (Psychology. Wont bother you with explanations). He wanted to make dolls out of them so he could always enjoy their eternal beauty.
Aya SAW dead people, and was always horrified to see them, which mean that she CAN'T THINK that dead people are pretty. And that means she can't possibly be like her father.
I seriously have a feeling that the makers of this game wanted to hint that Aya might follow her father's footsteps, but they couldn't find any good hints, so they just gave her that simple horrifying red book of anatomy.
If you ask me, that is not enough to activate the same motivation as her father had. I just can't buy it that she suddenly THINKS that doll people are pretty because she read couple of pages of that book. Yes, it might be horrible, but that's the point! Aya KNEW it was horrible. Children are not dumb. At that age if they THINK something is bad or good, it stays like that. It would take a lot more convincing to change child mind on something.

(This is just my opinion, hope you will understand.)
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