more delicious that way. sauce is Higurashi. in E E llik TH STU]?. Source is higurashi. The facial expressions alone are enough to warrant watching it.
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#1 - snakefire (12/13/2013) [+] (13 replies)
Source is higurashi.

The facial expressions alone are enough to warrant watching it.
#2 - themedianoche **User deleted account** (12/13/2013) [-]
mfw
mfw
#28 - windmagevaati (12/14/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Kill all the cookies!
Kill all the cookies!
#3 - johnnaman (12/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#22 - ipostcp (12/14/2013) [+] (18 replies)
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#52 to #46 - thundagawd (12/14/2013) [-]
No, that's not it.   
   
 The actual cause of their transitions into psychopathic killers is the result of the Hinamizawa syndrome. It was first discovered back during the war, it's an illness that caused the afflicted soldiers began to suffer from sudden extreme paranoia, believing that killing those around them would be the only way to make sure no one could kill them first. Eventually the virus found a host, in this case, the Furude family, and the virus eventually traveled trough the family line, making the family members "Queen/King carriers" who emitted a pheromone that suppressed the illness (Everyone who has lived in Hinamizawa is afflicted by the illness, but as long as they remain in the village, the pheromones of the King/Queen carriers prevents the syndrome from taking hold, which is why Rena went berserk when she initially moved out of Hinamizawa before the start of the anime, and was eventually forced to return, which cured her, as she was back in the presence of the King/Queen carriers).   
   
As for the maggots, it's a symptom of stage 4 (or 5, I forget how many stages there are) Hinamizawa syndrome, in which the afflicted begins to suffer from extreme itchiness in the neck area, causing them to believe maggots are crawling through their bloodstream (The maggots aren't actually there, it's all in their head) and the itchiness causes them to scratch/claw away at their neck until they eventually tear open their jugular veins and kill themselves (Which is why victims of the syndrome are always found dead with their throats torn out)   
   
This particular scene happens when Shion injects Rika with a concentrated dosage of stage 4/5 Hinamizawa syndrome, immediately propelling her into the "maggot stage", and she smashes her neck against the knife in an attempt to claw out the maggots (It's not really shown in the anime, but in the manga, after she busts open her neck, she tries to scratch out the inside of her veins with the knife before dying
No, that's not it.

The actual cause of their transitions into psychopathic killers is the result of the Hinamizawa syndrome. It was first discovered back during the war, it's an illness that caused the afflicted soldiers began to suffer from sudden extreme paranoia, believing that killing those around them would be the only way to make sure no one could kill them first. Eventually the virus found a host, in this case, the Furude family, and the virus eventually traveled trough the family line, making the family members "Queen/King carriers" who emitted a pheromone that suppressed the illness (Everyone who has lived in Hinamizawa is afflicted by the illness, but as long as they remain in the village, the pheromones of the King/Queen carriers prevents the syndrome from taking hold, which is why Rena went berserk when she initially moved out of Hinamizawa before the start of the anime, and was eventually forced to return, which cured her, as she was back in the presence of the King/Queen carriers).

As for the maggots, it's a symptom of stage 4 (or 5, I forget how many stages there are) Hinamizawa syndrome, in which the afflicted begins to suffer from extreme itchiness in the neck area, causing them to believe maggots are crawling through their bloodstream (The maggots aren't actually there, it's all in their head) and the itchiness causes them to scratch/claw away at their neck until they eventually tear open their jugular veins and kill themselves (Which is why victims of the syndrome are always found dead with their throats torn out)

This particular scene happens when Shion injects Rika with a concentrated dosage of stage 4/5 Hinamizawa syndrome, immediately propelling her into the "maggot stage", and she smashes her neck against the knife in an attempt to claw out the maggots (It's not really shown in the anime, but in the manga, after she busts open her neck, she tries to scratch out the inside of her veins with the knife before dying
#39 - gtocforyou (12/14/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kira OP HD FULL [Happy! Lucky! Dochy]

The scariest part of Higurashi...
#6 - suckmyfunnyjunk (12/13/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I like your style.
I like your style.
#21 - helidead (12/14/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Such a fun show. WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
Such a fun show. WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
#34 - linktheherooftime (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
You know you've ****** up when Rika gets this pissed.
#32 - linktheherooftime (12/14/2013) [-]
MFW Higurashi
MFW Higurashi
#10 - animedudej (12/14/2013) [+] (11 replies)
is that from the new episodes? holt 						****					 i got a shiver down my spine when i heard they were making more ^_^
is that from the new episodes? holt **** i got a shiver down my spine when i heard they were making more ^_^
#7 - johnismaname **User deleted account** (12/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
**johnismaname rolled a random image posted in comment #158618 at Friendly ** <- This is going to kill me
#72 - Petroleum (12/14/2013) [-]
****					 YES HIGURASHI POSTS!
**** YES HIGURASHI POSTS!
#66 - stinkyfishjuice (12/14/2013) [-]
Higurashi? No thanks.
Higurashi? No thanks.
#42 - marconde (12/14/2013) [-]
Finally a Higurashi thread.

Sad enough, I only have Umineko reaction pics.
#68 - mkgt (12/14/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Murder is FUN!
Murder is FUN!
#37 - asasqw ONLINE (12/14/2013) [-]
MFW the bubbles stop  means time to eat
MFW the bubbles stop means time to eat
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