Runes:Episode 9

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Runes listing and translation for Episode 9.

Screencap Transcription Explanation/Translation Time
E9-oktavia-first-line.jpg [Musical]
UNSCH HOPE SCHICKSAL
Unsch Hope Schicksal
The visible runes "unsch" possibly stand for Wunsch, German for "wish".
Schicksal is a German word that can mean both "fate" and "destiny."
00:20
E9-octavia-intro.JPG [Musical]
OKTAVIA VON SECKENDORFF
Oktavia von Secken Dorff

under the notes:
HOPE SCHICKSAL OKTAVIA VON SECKENDORFF
Hope Schicksal Oktavia von Seckendorff
Oktavia von Seckendorff is Sayaka's witch name.
In real life, Karl Siegmund von Seckendorff was a German poet and composer who set a text from Goethe's Faust to music.
00:20
E9-additional-octavia.JPG [Musical]
OKTAVIA VON SECKENDORFF
Oktavia von Seckendorff
Additional runes seen throughout the episode displaying the witch's name.
E9-heraldry-runes.JPG [Archaic]
OKTAVIA VON SEKNDORFF
Oktavia von Sekndorff
The witch's heraldry bears horizontally mirrored runes reading "Oktavia Von Sekndorff". Even witches make typos.
E9-schicksal-hope.JPG [Musical]
SCHICKSAL HOPE
Schicksal Hope
Schicksal is a German word that means "destiny." 00:20
Ep9 poster back.jpg [Archaic]
LOOK AT ME (repeat)
Look at me (repeat)
Probably a reflection of Sayaka's conscious and her yearn for Kamijou's attention.
Those words are on the back of posters. It might imply that Sayaka doesn't want to admit it.

Also a reference to a John Lennon song, along with Beatle's Love Me Do from earlier in the episode.

17:47
Ep9 poster runes.jpg [Musical]
KYOSUKE CLASSIC CONCERT
Kyosuke Classic Concert

[Archaic and Numeric]
OSAKA 3/3 25:25
TOKYO 3/4 25:55

Osaka 3/3 25:25
Tokyo 3/4 25:55

[Musical]
CON AMORE
Con Amore

"Kyosuke" is an alternative spelling of Kyousuke.
Cities and dates are actually the air dates of the episode.
"Con Amore" is a musical term and means "with love".
18:23
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