Of course Reborn knows nothing. He was only cursed, nothing more. But this is interesting; we finally get to know about the Arcobaleno Curse.
While Reborn and Tsuna are talking about this, that day’s representative battle ends.
Loudly, at that.
Wandering down the cave they ended up in, Reborn and Tsuna find murals. The walls are painted with history.
The history of the Arcobaleno.
And Reborn is surprised that Tsuna knows nothing of how they became Arcobaleno. It’s not that weird, Reborn. -_- But oh well, Tsuna’s kinda stupid most of the times, so it wouldn’t have been weird if he hadn’t known even if he had been told.
I find it hard to believe that Mammon wasn’t also in on it for the money, the missions. But (s)he want money to find a way to break the curse, so it’s a possibility (s)he became a greedy person after they were turned into babies.
But then, the representative battle of the Rainbow is in there, too. And this, Reborn does not understand.
The Arcobaleno. Everything. It’s a cycle.
The “Fated Day”. The Representative Battle of the Rainbow.
Everything repeats itself for each generation.
While it is to protect the pacifiers, it’s not fair to the ones who are cursed.
Especially not what happens if the curse is removed. I don’t want that to happen now. Most of all not to Fon and Mammon.
Bermuda tells of the Truth of the Arcobaleno.
About the Arcobaleno. About the cycle. About what happens.
That the Arcobaleno, once the curse is removed, might die, or become like the Vindice.
I don’t want them to end up like that.
I don’t want them to die even more.
Because I love the Arcobaleno.
Vindice is planning to kill Checker Face, to stop this from repeating itself any longer. This is why Bermuda want Reborn on his team. Because he is strong. And Vindice need to win, in order to kill Checker Face.
However, at the last page of the chapter, Reborn has yet to reply with a yes or no to Bermuda’s request.