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Oh Crap Sakura Syndrome
Named after the highest profile and best known case to date, Sakura Syndrome is noted as when a Looper's personal morality moves at such right angles to reality that they feel they have the ability to do anything they want to anyone they want. Such things are often rationalized by arguments such as "There is no permanent damage," or "They won't remember this anyway," due to the Loops reset.

This is an extremely dangerous thing, as the affected often do not note the difference between "friend" and "test subject", be they Looping or no. Loopers who have Sakura Syndrome are at high risk for turning into a MLE. Any Looper who is suspected of having Sakura Syndrome is to be treated with caution.

Symptoms of Sakura SyndromeEdit

The following is a brief overview of some of the more common "Warning Signs" that a Looper might need help:

  • High Levels of Promiscuity.
  • Loss of Value of Civil Laws.
  • Loss of Value of Moral Laws.
  • Loss of Value of Companionship or "Morality Chain."
  • Seeing a Loop crash as a "Reasonable or Expected Outcome" of an action and doing it anyway!
  • Seeing everyone around you as either "expendable" or as a thing to be toyed with.

If you or anyone you know is suffering from these symptoms for more than a Loop, please contact your System Administrator so that the suffering party may be monitored.

Possible TreatmentEdit

Due to Sakura Syndrome's wide varieties there is no one accepted method for having to deal with the Syndrome. One method is for the patient to have a truly open heart-to-heart with themselves. One of the best known places for this is the Persona world.

Loopers can also self medicate against Sakura Syndrome by being aware they are at risk for it. Anakin Skywalker is known to be one of these loopers. 

Known InstancesEdit

  • Sakura Haruno: Occasionally relapses, but is otherwise recovered.
  • Ahsoka Tano: Fully recovered.
  • Remilia Scarlet: Somehow managed to mix it with Setsuna Syndrome.
  • Zoe Orimoto: Currently in therapy.
  • Hazuki Fujiwara: Not hit that bad, and in therapy.
  • Michael J. Caboose: Mixed with Setsuna Syndrome, all the forms of autism, and severe brain damage, in the form of Caboose Syndrome.

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