>>10987512>That's not one of his goals.
Yes, it is. Its secondary to the first two, but go watch the end of the first episode where Mao "dies", specifically him and C.C. on the rooftop. They basically pledge themselves to each other. C.C. will help him achieve his goals, he will help her achieve hers.>There is no evidence to support this.>As long as he completes his personal goals, he couldn't care less about what happens to everyone else. From the beginning, the whole process has practically been a game to him. He has not shown a shred of remorse over anyone who has died who he hasn't been related to.
He doesn't "care" in the sense that he gets worked up over it, but he increasingly tries to avoid losses whenever possible, and was just as horrified as anyone else by what he did to Euphemia, and the consequences.
Yes, he turned around and used it to his advantage, but he has no illusions that it was "good".
I've always felt that at the end of his grand plan, there's a gun and a single bullet.