In reply to unsold_hearts Victimizing myself implies that I dont have a valid argument. And from what I have seen, a lot of people saying about the finality of death are assuming we just want her brought back with the dragon balls. What we are dealing with is a popular, beloved character that we feel was stuffed into the fridge and we want her back, yes we want meaning to the resurrection because objectively in this universe Death does not HAVE to be as final as it is in ours. It is a fantasy universe which even if it has not happened (often) before, resurrection is infinitely more likely than in our universe.
All this talk of realisim is flawed as it works off our universes realism, not remanents. That is just the way remanent works and the rest of the world aclimates to it. This is true for their dependance on dust, the existance of aura, the existance of Grimm, that is just how their world works and the characters aclamate to it. So if resurection is absurdly difficult but theoretically possible, that is just how Remanent works and the story will aclamate to it.
sides it is still infinitely possible she isnt dead to begin with.