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  • Ok, so how I'm thinking the series will end is that Steven will not only finally confront over how he feels about his mum but he will discover something about her decision to have him, when before he felt obligated to stay in beach city for the gems and for his dad, as a way to fix her 'mistake' of leaving them behind, only to realise that this obligation was misplaced and that to truly honor rose's sacrifice he needs to do what he wants and finally leave beach city to find others to help.

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    • Anonymius wrote:
      Ok, so how I'm thinking the series will end is that Steven will not only finally confront over how he feels about his mum but he will discover something about her decision to have him, when before he felt obligated to stay in beach city for the gems and for his dad, as a way to fix her 'mistake' of leaving them behind, only to realise that this obligation was misplaced and that to truly honor rose's sacrifice he needs to do what he wants and finally leave beach city to find others to help.

      Pretty much. SU is all about spiritual growth. Of course this will come after a great battle of wills that will shake Steven to the core.

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    • Anonymius wrote:
      Ok, so how I'm thinking the series will end is that Steven will not only finally confront over how he feels about his mum but he will discover something about her decision to have him, when before he felt obligated to stay in beach city for the gems and for his dad, as a way to fix her 'mistake' of leaving them behind, only to realise that this obligation was misplaced and that to truly honor rose's sacrifice he needs to do what he wants and finally leave beach city to find others to help.

      That's an awesome theory

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    • Tabernac wrote:
      Anonymius wrote:
      Ok, so how I'm thinking the series will end is that Steven will not only finally confront over how he feels about his mum but he will discover something about her decision to have him, when before he felt obligated to stay in beach city for the gems and for his dad, as a way to fix her 'mistake' of leaving them behind, only to realise that this obligation was misplaced and that to truly honor rose's sacrifice he needs to do what he wants and finally leave beach city to find others to help.
      Pretty much. SU is all about spiritual growth. Of course this will come after a great battle of wills that will shake Steven to the core.

      I agree

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    • I think it'll end on the beach.  Maybe Steven won't be there - just like you say, he might finally hop in the car to go seek out who he is - but I'm seeing the characters on the shore maybe sharing a little barbeque and reminiscing about him.  A toast for absent friends sort-of-thing.

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    • Ke2083 wrote:
      I think it'll end on the beach.  Maybe Steven won't be there - just like you say, he might finally hop in the car to go seek out who he is - but I'm seeing the characters on the shore maybe sharing a little barbeque and reminiscing about him.  A toast for absent friends sort-of-thing.

      That's a good concept

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    • Yeah he will indeed leave Beach City! To become a Hero of Earth travelling cross country and abroad and being a Symbol of Peace just like All Might.

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    • InazumAzure wrote:
      Yeah he will indeed leave Beach City! To become a Hero of Earth travelling cross country and abroad and being a Symbol of Peace just like All Might.

      Or he'll buy a van and drive around solving mysteries with 3 other teenagers and a cowardly (yet constantly hungry) dog 👍

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    • I am a strong supporter of the ‘Leaving Beach City’ theory. Really hope that happens because Steven, you need to take a dang break! Leaving would be good for him mentally.

      Or he’s leaving for college so he can get more emotionally stressed

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    • DetectiveAquamarine wrote:
      I am a strong supporter of the ‘Leaving Beach City’ theory. Really hope that happens because Steven, you need to take a dang break! Leaving would be good for him mentally.

      Or he’s leaving for college so he can get more emotionally stressed

      Maybe (pure spitballing here) maybe the series won't end on a definitive note. We basically know Schtuball is going to go complete breakdown.  Maybe he'll be 'saved' but not fixed.  The last note will be him being taken away in the Dondai by Connie or Greg or someone for a long, Bilbo-Baggins-esque 'holiday'.  One he may not return from.  The implication being he will be ok in the end, he's getting help and has many loving supporters, but that this is real.  It's long term. It may never go away.

      TBH with the strength this show has demonstrated previously with difficult subjects, that might be a possibility.  I suffer a lot with mental health problems myself, and the sad truth is: it never goes.  It never ends.  You are the way you are, you just have to learn to accept and cope with it: because you totally can, you just need the support to get there.

      Or, yanno, Sneople.  They work well too.

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    • Anonymius wrote:
      Ok, so how I'm thinking the series will end is that Steven will not only finally confront over how he feels about his mum but he will discover something about her decision to have him, when before he felt obligated to stay in beach city for the gems and for his dad, as a way to fix her 'mistake' of leaving them behind, only to realise that this obligation was misplaced and that to truly honor rose's sacrifice he needs to do what he wants and finally leave beach city to find others to help.

      I don't support the leaving beach city theory

      But even if he did, it wouldn't have to be forever

      Just a few weeks of helping out or more before heading back to Beach City

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