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The relationship between Hayato and Hachiman was still good ↑. .. know again if Yukino tells Haruno or not, or if she asks her sister for help. According to Hachiman, his father would give him useless advice whenever they talked. . The strain in the relationship is repaired after Yukino helps clear their. We have Hachiman Hikigaya, Yukino Yukinoshita, and Yui Yuigahama for main part B of episodes 1 and 12 concerning the relationship of Yukino and Hachiman. He was helping Yukino, in his very special way; his actions are what started.
It's hinted that the series itself wouldn't have happened if Hachiman hadn't saved Yui's dog and gotten hit by Yukino's family car. In episode 2, while Yukino is criticizing Zaimokuza's novel, Yui starts reading it and gradually falls asleep. Yui is the counter balance for Hikki and Yukinon's cynicism. Later in the novel and the second season of anime, Iroha. Although his arbitrary pessimism might land him in Wrong Genre Savvy. Hachiman and Yukino in episode 10, when they're part of the cultural festival committee.
In Hachiman's case, it's because no one volunteered and he got picked by Shizuka-sensei. Yukino was likely volunteered because of her sister taking part in it in a past festival, and making it a big success, so many students probably expected her to do the same thing. Yui was initially volunteered as well. Fortunately Yumiko pulls her out, only to then volunteer her for something the former was planning to do. Yui is at first thankful, but then surprised that she still got volunteered for something.
In the same episode, one of the female students in Hachiman's class volunteers to be the chairman for the committee, only to then be late for meetings, and passing almost every single one of her duties to Yukino. Both Yui and Hachiman suspect something wrong there, but Yukino just soldiers on as best as she can.
Recently confirmed that the upcoming volume 14 will be the end of the series. Komachi says "Let's go! Used a few times in episode 13, such as when Hachiman mentions "outsourcing" and "work sharing". One of Hachiman's reasons for self-isolation. The characters go through one in episode 2 of season 2. While Yui and Saki are terrified, Saika interestingly seems to enjoy them quite a bit.
He Is Not My Boyfriend: Yukino and Hachiman to each other, especially when Haruno is around. Yukino and Hachiman share one in Season 2, Episode 11, when Yukino bandages Hachiman's scraped knee, bringing them into rather intimate proximity. It's the setting where a good fraction of the events happen.
In-universe example during episode 3. When Yukino tries to think of the way Hachiman can improve a group of people, she decides that the only possible solution is the "common enemy" strategy. In the culture fair arc, Hachiman does exactly that. Zaimokuza in episode two, courtesy of Hachiman. Zaimokuza after his manuscript being harshly criticized by Yukino: Hachiman, I trust you would understand [Hachiman smiles reassuringly] Hachiman: Now where did you rip this off from?
Hachiman purposely invokes this trope in episode 8 with the help of his classmates to the group of girls Tsurumi Rumi is with. Is that greeting suddenly trending or something? It sounds stupid, so stop it! My God, that's cute! We should start a trend with that. While Yukino doesn't hesitate to insult Hachiman for fun, other people actually mistreating him are treated considerably colder. Notably, when Tobe acts rudely towards Hachiman, she tells him to leave. Hachiman initially has the hair only in the manga and anime, but his character lacks the implied traits.
In the anime, the cowlick also serves as expressive hair. He eventually gets one in the illustrations of later volumes of the light novel. You can see that she bears one in the anime and light novel, but the actual weight of the Idiot Hair makes it limp. A prime motivator for a lot of characters to try preserving the status quo. If It's You, It's Okay: Hachiman doesn't like it when the girls doing cutesy acts, but he's completely okay if Saika is the one doing them. Hachiman is also like this with Iroha, acting different with her than the other girls on school as he sees Iroha as an extension of Komachi.
I Have This Friend Hachiman explains the boys don't need much to start liking a girl with an example from his— err, his friend's — life. Yukino sees through this immediately.
This was obvious from the very start. You don't have any friends Indifferent Beauty: Yukino makes it clear while criticizing Hachiman's argument for his own self worth LN.
Simply put, deriving self-confidence from the superficial, such as your grades or your looks, isn't flattering at all.
Komachi, Hachiman's younger sister, does not mind being seen by him in her underwear. Hiratsuka implies this is the case for Yukino. Jerkass Has a Point: Rare protagonist examples, especially in the case of Hachiman.
Hachiman tends to have some exceptionally harsh criticisms of other characters that are mixed in with his own biases.
While the series often goes to show the consequences of his methods, the fundamental criticisms he makes aren't necessarily wrong. Episode 8 has one. Hachiman uses it to resolve the Service Club's current case.
Suffering from "Eight-grader Syndrome" and being voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama helps further qualify him. Law of Inverse Romantic Interest: It can also be seen in the light novel by the way she reacts when she is around him. Such as when she got all flustered during the Cultural Festival when Hachiman playfully told her he loved her after she helped him, or when he accidentally used her nickname.
She also tends to blush when talking to him later on in the series. She also gives him chocolate for Valentines Day, albeit with her little sister's chocolate.
Out of all the people listed in this post, I'd say Saki is the least likely to land up with Hachiman. They just don't spend that much time with each other.
That being said, they are on good terms, and both are able to open up and speak freely with one another, and Hachiman has mentioned albeit internally on numerous occasions that he finds her very good looking.
So I've added her to the list. Shizuka is Hachiman's teacher and counselor. The two have a very free teacher-student relationship.
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Shizuka seems to be adamant on correcting Hachiman's rotten personality. This being her reason for forcing him to join the Service Club. She often scolds him and beats him albeit for comic relief when he acts rotten; it should be noted that she says she will only do this for Hachiman.
He in turn makes comments about her age, much to her chagrin.
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Shizuka is shown to be one of the very few characters to understand Hachiman and show concern for him. She often gives him exactly the advice he needs when he finds himself in a situation, and he in turn finds her to be a very kind and good-hearted person, and respects her greatly. It is implied that the two may share romantic feelings for each other, of which I'll elaborate on later.
During the Cultural Festival, Shizuka wept when she told Hachiman that helping others isn't an excuse to hurt himself, because there are others whose hearts break when they see him hurt. She also blushed when Hachiman praised her by saying that those men who had rejected her in the past had no taste.
And probably the biggest kicker of all is when Hachiman admits to himself that if he had been born 10 years earlier, and had met Shizuka 10 years earlier, he would have fallen madly in love with her. In my opinion, Shizuka probably has one of the highest chances here. In terms of their relationship, they get along very well and share common interests such as ramen, manga, and light novels.
Now, as I said earlier, it is implied that they may harbor feelings for each other, so this is where I elaborate.
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Aside from the whole 10 year thing, there are hints to their possible marriage in the future. The first being whenever Shizuka makes comments about her inability to find a boyfriend, Hachiman states that at this rate he'll land up marrying her.
He even praised her for how well she looked in the wedding dress, causing her to blush, and at the end of the contest, they stood next to each other in the group photo. In the VN Game, at the end of her route they actually do get married!
However he quickly forgives her when he sees that Yukino is in trouble. Hachiman not only comes back to her, but he also sticks up for her and supports her, which to her proves that the relationship she has with him is far stronger than any relationship she has had up until now, considering how up until that point most relationships Yukino has had ended with people rejecting her out of jealousy or abandoning her.
Her palm which hesitated between being open and being gripped was waved slightly back and forth. I had the urge to turn back after taking a few steps, but there were no signs of her footsteps stopping. Can we stay as we are without looking back?
Can I really ask one more time? In life, you can never take things back. Your mistaken answer will always stay as is.
For the sake of knowing what the right answer is. At last, he and she find the correct answer. Hachiman asks his question again. Not once did she ever bring up the accident.
And this was the girl who would clearly say more things than she really needed to. The long, long silence continued. In the evening approaching club room, Yukinoshita remained looking down, unmoving.
Staying still, I could hear just her voice. It was as though she was continuing an exchange we had some time ago. However, different this time was what came after. Yukinoshita lifted her face. She gazed at me, straight on, and smiled. I looked at her expression and I finally understood. Suddenly, the words of the fox came to mind. All for the sake of knowing a new and correct answer.
Had we just watched each other, then we could have understood too. What is essential is invisible to the eye. In the span of almost half a year, we were finally able to know that we existed.
Our statues were constructed from just our names and fragmentary impressions of each other, like that of mosaic, burying one fragment one by one until we were able to make up virtual images of each other. The first minutes take place directly after Yui asks Hachiman and Yukino if they are willing to go to the after party end of S1E After Hachiman declines, he steps outside of the Service Club and says the following: Since after the Sagami incident, all the girls in her class were grilling her on whether or not they were going out this bothers Yukino a lot, because she has firsthand experience as to how a relationship can be broken because of gossip and rumors Hayato.
Apparently this is also where the real story of Yahari starts. LN Spoiler In this changing world, Yukino will show her unknown side, which the last scene demonstrated where they return to the hotel.
What kind of feeling did we want to convey in that scene? Neither Hachiman nor Yukino can express it with words. Now, while Yukino starting to develop a crush on Hachiman is great and all, there is one negative thing that arises from all of this: Hachiman, who fell in love with her at first sight, now starts looking out for Yukino.
Yukino, who has been looking out for him since the beginning of the series, now is starting to fall in love with Hachiman. Yukino developing a crush on Hachiman. Their relationship is in a far healthier place. Near the end of Volume 7, Hachiman fake confesses to Ebina, Yukino is upset that he would hurt himself in order to solve the petty problems of others.
Hachiman and Yukino have their second falling out. Hachiman suggests solving the problem with self-sacrifice again, Yukino says that is absolutely out of the question. Yukino decides to run for SCP to prevent Hachiman from hurting himself for the sake of others, Hachiman goes behind her back and solves the problem using underhanded methods and by lying to her.
Iroha comes in demanding Hachiman to take responsibility for making her run for SCP, Hachiman agrees to it. He tries keeping Yukino out of it. The members of the Service Club continue to pretend like everything is alright, Hachiman continues lying to Yukino, the two of them meet each other at the mall.
Not only that, he wants an even stronger relationship with her. From this moment onward Yukino falls entirely for Hachiman. Yukino and Hachiman are far more open to each other, they are also actually openly communicating with one another. They share a couple of intimate moments, Hachiman for the first time decides to cross the line with Yukino and asks her a personal question. There may be some external factors that will come between the two of them.
Yukino starts crushing on him, because he came back to her after the first time their relationship was put to the test. Hachiman, after seeing Yukino being taken advantage of and working herself to death because of Sagami, starts wanting to protect her at the expense of himself. Hachiman starts looking out for Yukino, he tries to keep her from harm.
Those were his intentions. The lesson learned here is that both of them have the right intentions: Basically, if it were up to Yukino, they would all just be sitting in the Service Club, drinking tea, helping people out as much as they could, while Hachiman slowly starts socializing with others and makes friends.
However, a couple of things happened that made that impossible, the most important one being that Hachiman decided he wanted to be a martyr. Sometimes for good reasons, sometimes for bad reasons, in both scenarios it leaves him behind with a huge sense of guilt and hurt. Hachiman and Yukino starting to openly communicate with one another. Since very early on in the series, Hachiman and Yukino have been able to communicate on a different level. This has been shown multiple times throughout the series where Hachiman wonders if Yukino is psychic, because she can supposedly read his mind.
Hachiman and Yukino are at their best when they are working together. She had been so overpowering, yet striking that the gossipy individuals were going as far as wondering who the actual chairwoman was. Even an individual from the student council had raised her name as a potential candidate in the next election.
Indeed, that was Yukinoshita Yukino. But without a doubt, amongst them all, the one who had it the hardest was Sagami. But another student in the same year suddenly took control of the meeting.
The other fell behind while the other tried to make up for that gap. But, Sagami and Yukinoshita. A juxtaposition of their impressions had made evident the distinctive gap between them. To praise Yukinoshita was to spite Sagami. As Yukinoshita opted to remain behind and continue working, Sagami in her group of three left the room as if they were running away from the scene.
But, could it be that Yukinoshita had noticed? Because Hachiman found out about her involvement in the car accident, he had started to distance himself from Yukino. The same can be said about Hachiman during the whole Iroha ordeal. He had to ask Yukino for help and together they managed to turn the Christmas event into a success. Yukino gives him a can of MAX Coffee and this fuels him to finish the last part, showcasing that Yukino is his biggest muse, the one that motivates him the most.
Also Hachiman calls himself an insect here. Seriously, try keeping this insect theme in mind. It will hopefully pay off for you once we reach the beginning of Volume LN Spoiler I continued to stare up at the ceiling like a dead battery and there were knocks on the door.
With no spare energy to answer, I turned only my eyes towards the door and the person came in the room regardless of a response. Then, she walked up next to me and took out a printout marked in red from her bag. There are unfinished sentences in the latter half. Along with unfinished sentences, I came across several errors.
I updated the manuscript with the fixes and I could still feel a presence next to me. She then took a step back and pulled out the seat that was beside me. After taking a moment to dig through her bag, she eventually took out a clear file and began working on something.
It looks like Yukinoshita came here to work as well as watch over me. The fact that she was here meant that we were in the final stretches before the deadline. The digital display at the bottom of the screen would tick by, minute by minute, and the empty space would fill in, line by line.
Before long, my hands halted in place, not moving an inch. Unconsciously, I let out a disheartened voice. I raised my hand to stop her and slumped over, lying on the desk. We barely have any time left, you know?
My brain was always resistant to labor, so I was starting to feel nothing could be done at this point. I fell backwards onto my chair and looked up at the ceiling. With my hands like that and my body facing up at the heavens, I resembled the corpse of an insect.