You will never have a friendship as beautiful as the one between Shiroyasha and Izayoi.
You can't just shop dicks on everything.
I love you guys and this is relevant to my interests.
It's speculation. Here's the text that comes with that picture.
Asuka - 194X
Izayoi - 201X
You - 2XXX
Okay, so. Key points.
1) Garden timeline is not directly temporally related to other timelines. Evidence: The mondaijis all arrive from different seasons. Tech levels also appear to vary.
2) Izayoi's adopted mother was a major figure in the No Name community, and wears a coat that's eerily similar to You's. You's father is also mentioned as originating in the Garden
All Mondaijis come from different parts of the same timeline, since it seems to be a fairly normal one, and their powers are seen as unnatural.
All Mondaijis are blood relatives. The snark is hereditary.
Therefore, the only conclusion we can draw is that the Izayoi's ability to radiate pure sex, combined with the natural chemistry between the Monadijis results in them having children.
Combined with the two key points above, means that Asuka becomes pregnant with Izayoi, by Izayoi, and You become pregnant with You, also by Izayoi. He later gets both of them pregnant again with Geraldine and Kirara, respectively.
Kirara and baby Izayoi leave the garden as babies, with adult You instructed to take care of them, but that proves difficult, so she enlists the aid of several mountain lions. Geraldine later desires to meet her half-sister, and is sent to join them.
Adult Izayoi, entrusted with baby You, and possibly accompanied by Asuka, is returned to his original timeline, although much later, where he raises the infant.
Oh yes, I would. With snake too.
Shirayuki >>>>>> Pest
Honestly, I found Mondaiji pretty boring.
I mean sure, the girls were cute, the ED was God Tier and there were a few funny scenes. But the overarching plot really wasn't very interesting to me. It felt like it could have been much better than it actually was. Oh well.
Does anyone have Shiroyasha's speech in a webm?
>But the overarching plot really wasn't very interesting to me. It felt like it could have been much better than it actually was. Oh well.
Well, it was only 10 episodes long. Can't say much about how the LN uses the setting, but it's kind of to be expected that the anime just falls short as far as story goes.