Perfect it's not, but Kaminai definitely has a unique vibe that I'm going to miss when the series ends.
Dee's death, and as seemed inevitably, it was due to falling out the window that was the only way out of the world. It's not hard to see a recurring theme in this series - it's a story of wishes that came true that carried unintended consequences, and making the best of the reality they left behind.
Class 3-4, but for a different way than the one he knew in his heart was true. One suspects that if it were a matter of sacrificing himself Alis would have grasped onto it immediately and done what must be done, but it's not so easy when it's someone else - even if we've no indication he feels for Dee anything like what she feels for him.
just turned 13) is in a position of having to figure out what constitutes right and wrong. Dee is a bit of a "hungry ghost" in the Buddhist sense - hungry to cling to life, even if it means depriving the others of their freedom and a place in the real world. Ai can talk of a third option, but I don't see one out there that would preserve the integrity of the story - maybe I'll be surprised, but it seems to be that either Dee has to accept her fate and allow the wish world to end, or that somehow Alis will find a way to accept her fate in her place to accomplish the same end.