do u know the title of the manga where a guy with no face (mummy-wrapped) and a girl become lovers? [on hold]

do u know the title of the manga where a guy with no face (mummy-wrapped) and a girl become lovers? I’ve been searching the manga for weeks but still can’t find it. Any idea what’s the manga?

If (someone) were to become vs. if (someone) became… + COULD

Let’s say there is a married couple, Sandra and Jake. Sandra wanted to go to her ailing mother, whereas, Jake wanted to go on a holiday next week. If they didn’t go to her mother:

if Sandra’s mother were to become seriously ill, Sandra could not forgive here husband.

To

if Sandra’s mother became seriously ill, Sandra could not forgive here husband.

This is a 2nd conditional modal verbs usage, and I know how to construct #2 sentence. But why is that were to become was used instead of the other?

If an ESL would like to use both of them, are they grammatical to use?

P.S.: There is a correct answer below, but, I have just edited this to clarify what I am really trying to ask.

do u know the title of the manga where a guy with no face (mummy-wrapped) and a girl become lovers?

do u know the title of the manga where a guy with no face (mummy-wrapped) and a girl become lovers? I’ve been searching the manga for weeks but still can’t find it. Any idea what’s the manga?

Question: Can I become a Java Developer without a degree?

There are a lot of companies who require the developers to have bachelors degree. It is really annoying knowing the fact that companies think that your university degree defines your skills.

It is clear that there are Analysis, Calculus which a programmer must know in order to work on complex projects. One can learn them all from private courses too and get a certificate and still companies won’t be happy.

Is there still a chance to become a good programmer without having a degree by going to private courses?

I’d really enroll to university, and this is what I’ll do in the future (as I am 23), but I am really annoyed to see how our lives are dependent on the corporate demands.