Behold the loudest and heaviest song I have shared with all of you, and perhaps the most crazy too.
Quite logical given the personality of Yukari, and her ability to manipulate boundaries.
That brings me to the folowing question, if Yukari can manipulate space, can she manipulate time too?
Physicans (I think) assure that manipulating time allows you to manipulate space as well, however does the inverse logic is valid? That would mean that Sakuya wouldn't be the only one with time "brokenage" under her sleeve.
Not so long ago, I actually found something interesting about her on TouhouWiki.net:
"Occasionally, double rainbows form after rainfall—there's the rainbow one usually sees (red on the top, and violet at the bottom), and another, larger, fainter one above it. The colors on the second rainbow are reversed—red on the bottom, and violet at the top. In other words, the outside edges of the rainbow are violet—or, put another way, violet forms the boundary between the sky and the rainbow. Thus, Yukari's given name strongly signifies the idea of boundaries."
I'm so attracted to Yukari's ability, and that is why she is one of my favorite characters. I'm suprised actually could come with such a concept that even shares some kind of mathemthical logic (the boundarie of a set and how can you manipulate).
I think I have expressed before my opinions about Necrofantasia, It just does not suit me at all (with this I'm not saying some arranges can be awesome). And here is the deal with it. It starts and build an excellent introduction, with the main melody beign minor and kind of evil, but after the "chorus" part starts, it all breaks into a mayor melody with those high pitched leads. It just breaks the "boundarie" of the song itself beetwen whats evil and what is not, and looks Yukari seem rather...more cheerful than what she is. Well, perhaps ZUN concivied her as a more cheerful character than what I am thinking about it, but the fact that Yukari acts under her own free will (she isn't heroine or villian. She just do whatever she wants to do), will be always more darker than the usual "villian" cliche.
Oh Yukari, breaking the borders of the uknown, breaking the borders beetwen what is good and what is not, breaking the borders beetwen the trust and the traition. After all, Ice is blue, and fire is red, combine them and you will get Violet.....the exact meaning of Yukari.