The one who did nothing wrong.
>Already planned on breaking up with the guy she loved while confessing to him
>Did nothing wrong
I'd fuck everyone other than the right two. Starting from Neko.
Kirino and Ruri.
All three girls are best girls and we'd be lucky with any of them
I'd say the series was most popular somewhere in the middle. They probably could've milked it for a few more volumes and a couple seasons but the author already had an ending in mind midway through.
Can i really choose? this one is easy really.
Woah man, you making me think hard here.
I think best in bed would be Kirino, she has the most experience because so many eroge she play, she must know plenty of stuff to give you lots of pleasure.
Highest sex drive? I'ma go for Saori, she have more healthy, so she could handle more rounds in a row than the others.
>she has the most experience because so many eroge she play, she must know plenty of stuff to give you lots of pleasure.
>eroge experience translates into irl ability
Man not even being a virgin is an excuse for being that naive
He probably knew it was going to be a Kirino end but he's said in interviews that he pretty much wrote how the series was going to end while/after working on the PSP games after volume 5.
>tfw you check for HN4 every day and only find doujins about kuroneko getting raped by a magic wand dildo
I mean Saori is the cutest but don't know much about her, So Kuroneko it is.
Unless you're kyouske, there's no reason to pick manami
I think manami and kyouske were the OTP, but that's got nothing to do with who I'd want.
let's look at all the romances kyouske was engaged in
rui: she's nuts, like seriously nuts, you don't dress up to go everywhere all the time and do that wacky melodramatic stuff all the time, you do that sometimes, but when you can't turn it off, you have a problem.
ayase: she's nuts, her 'confession' to kyouske was absolutely shoehorned in, she was jealous of being out of the attention spotlight with the whole kirinio/rui/kyouske love triangle
kirino: she's his sister, furthermore (before we get into a debate about source material vs anime ending; purely from the anime) they're not romantically interested in each other, all the anime was about was them rekindling a close familial relationship after growing distant. They do not want to kissu kissu or fuck. Everything ANIME kirino and kyouske did could have happened between an older sister and younger brother, or two brothers, or two sisters; learning about a family member's eccentric hobby or spending some time together is exactly what they were doing
Therefore by no merit of it's own, but critical flaws with the alternatives: Manami OTP.
Once again, per the Anime; the feelings Kyouske showed for Kirino are NOT romantic love.
And yes, he loved Ruri, but she hurt him, and is also nuts, which means that relationship has no long term viability.
>the feelings Kyouske showed for Kirino are NOT romantic love.
Right. He rejected everyone, organized a wedding ceremony, kisses her, and continues to pursue her at the end of the series, but it's not romantic love.
That aside it shouldn't even fucking matter because there's 12 volumes of Kyousuke gushing over Kirino being very clearly in love with her, and actually directly telling her. You may as well write a fan fiction because you don't seem to be interested in what the series blatantly shows.
And besides that, even if the other girls are "critically flawed" that doesn't mean Manami is suddenly in the clear. He doesn't love her. He's disinterested and unattractive to her.
This isn't something you can sidestep just because of your impression of his relationship with the other characters. He doesn't want to be with her.
>In case you missed it; I said "my fan fiction".
Being anime only doesn't excuse you from basic interpretation, and you should invite new information to establish a clear perspective, not discard it because it goes against your wishes.
Not at all,
Im aware that the source material goes for Kyouske x Kirino, and that the original OTP parts were toned down big time for the show by the production process.
I'm talking about the anime as a standalone.
This isn't incredibly uncommon; I don't have number to quote, but I'd imagine more animes deviate from their source materials than stay faithful; the degree of deviation varying from case to case, and in certain cases Anime content having no basis in source material, or major source material themes and events having no representation in the Anime; resulting in different mediums (written, animated, drawn) in a single franchise existing almost as standalones in some cases.
The anime isn't standalone. It has always intended to be a direct adaptation of the source material and there is absolutely no official resource that would indicate that it isn't.
It's also not incredibly uncommon that an anime adaptation doesn't do the source material justice, but you don't see people trying to convince themselves that it's standalone. The events are the same but the execution is different. You don't get to decide that it's stand alone just because you want to ignore the wealth of information provided in the LNs to preserve your horseshit.