Every fuckin' time.>>69224108>justifications
You're retarded. His role as a causality conductor is an instrumental part of the plot, which really isn't that complex. You need an individual hooked up to the reactor, a reactor, and you need a G-bomb.>Sumika's picked parts of every Takeru that ever existed that happened to have the strongest connection to her.
Incorrect. Takeru was a manifestation of all the Takerus from all the other branches combined, and not just specific Takerus.
As a result of all of them conjoined, there is a heavier amount of "homesickness," in which Takeru is able to understand his resentment over not being able to see Sumika again, as represented by the dreams he started getting soon into the events of Alternative.
The reason he ended up being as Sumika's friend rather than lover is because he fell in love with another girl first. After that, there is no way for Sumika to gain an advantage again. These are highly dependent on the choices Takeru makes, and those are highly dependent on the choices the player makes.
This in turns, creates an interesting dynamic in which whoever you spend the most time with, turns out to be the individual you fall in love with.
However, free of that player bias, you get to see Takeru gets to spend a lot of time with Sumika, with Meiya coming in close second. It is also obvious at the end of Sumika's and Meiya's routes, respectively, in which you have the option to choose between Meiya and Sumika in Meiya's route behind the hill as opposed to Sumika's route in which you are given no option.
Sumika is Takeru's main love interest.
Deal with it you mongoloid.