But I don't want to join your silly club, baka.
She'd be better off right now if she didn't make friends with them
How many times have you seen her fight?
Too often, but she's just so heroic
>"Leave this to me. You two rest for a bit."
>Just as if they were parting at the end of the school day.
>Gin bid farewell to the two.
>they will never protect stuff together
I'm sure that when it finally comes time for Karin to be free of her maimed body and escape to the great beyond, Gin will be waiting for her at the gates of Heaven with a grin and a "Good job!"
She isn't. She was saving everyone.
>Please tell us what to expect for the last episode.
>The summary for the last episode is: "Yuuki Yuuna is a Hero"
Are you prepared to be healed?
I TOLD YOU NOT TO DOUBT HER
We did something like that for a school project once and most people failed at it horribly. Getting more sensitive with more complex signs will be a lot harder. She might get used to it because she has to but it won't be that easy especially while learning braille.
They do that to recognize the order in which a sign is written correctly, it feels really different having it drawn on you.
>The summary for the last episode is: "Yuuki Yuuna is a Hero"
I have this feeling that this might not be as awesome as it sounds.
You are my Hero and I love you Yuuki Yuuna.
>Getting more sensitive with more complex signs will be a lot harder.
But higher information density would be worth the trouble.
You should be able to recognize the stroke order just as well that way, it’s just that you aren’t used to it at all. Seeing it drawn has the benefit that it’s basically the same as drawing it yourself, but that’s kind of not an option for Karin, for neither kanji nor kana.
I've been telling you people that this is the only possible ending. I hope you can all see the light now too.
A true hero would give away everything for the people they love. I bet Yuuna is the truest hero of all.
>are literally always thinking of each other
Platonic, or really fucking gay?
Either she'll punch the Taisha in the face and the fight against Vertex will continue but without the effects of Sange anymore, or she'll punch the outer gods in the face and save the world, but Sange won't be reversed.
Bringing this idea back up because it is good.
It's not like this will be hero primary concern, she'll only need it for very basic communication. Eeverything important wil have it's own signs and there's no need to elarn to recognize kanji like this when learning braille.
It actually does not work the same way as writing them does, if it were most people wouldn't fail this when you do it in since class as an experiment.
Greetings, denizens of /a/. Word has reached my ears that you like disabled little girls.
I am at your service.
I made it!
That picture is missing Seiji a lot, just like the people in the threads seem to forget who really is our Kishi.
>"Yuuki Yuuna is a Hero"
I don't like the way he says that.
I am already feeling healed.
All these recent promos with xmas picture, smiling seiyuus in xmas outfit and udon advertisement. It is impossible for them to act so happy if they knew everything got burn next week.
>Not everybody is gay like Tougou and Yuuna
I couldn't care less about discussions regarding the characters supposedly canon sexual preference, but denying that this franchise contains blatant yuri pandering is what constitutes a fantasy.
>Shinju possesses Yuuna
>She kills/hurts the rest of yuushas
>Shinju pumps so much energy into her, that goes ubermankai
>Yuuna proceeds to anihillate the rest of enemies in a literal blaze of glory
>Her body transcends and becomes one with Shinju
But normal people don’t know Braille, or any of the communication helpers for that matter.
Kanji are actually a huge fucking advantage that countries with real writing systems don’t have, writing Latin letters is just not practical, and I just don’t think learning to recognize kanji would be particularly hard. Blind people cope with a lot worse shit. I don’t doubt that it would take more than a week, but considering you have to deal with being blind for the rest of your life, I’d say it definitely is worth the effort.
>Washio Sumi is a hero
>Lost her memories at the final chapter
>Yuuki Yuuna is a hero
>Last episode PV: I won't forget + I don't want to forget
Not over Braille. Braille was developed for blind people for a reason.
I'd like to remind you that this discussion started in the first place because you assumed it would make the characters stupid not to use hiragana in everyday live and get used to the new circumstances which in hindsight is so stupid that I just lost any motivation to talk to you.
Interesting but not really relevant for the discussion.
People actually that falling off the chair gag in irl?
Because there is absolutely no need for it.
I'll just say this a second time then: There will be signs she can use in every day live way simpler than kanji or she could use a braille interface. What's stupid is to learn another system when you should concentrate on other things first.
It's the most retarded and awesome thing I've seen.
Watch it before the 3rd season that airs in 2015
As someone that is gay you don't know shit about what gay is. But even I can tell you are a huge faggot.
She turned away from the screen and shifted off-camera. She probably did it just to avert her eyes from the screen because some gay shit was going down and she wasn't okay with that, but then the director gestured for her to get back the fuck to the screen or she was off to the casting couch again, and she did it in as 'natural' a way as possible.
So it's almost exactly the same as speculated.
This part is still interesting.
Does that imply faeries are made from dead heroes or just the fact that Gin had bought them enough time for the update to get implemented?
Will Yuuna punching things save Christmas?
Snuggling is cute as fuck and not gay at all.
Now, this, on the other hand
Random people I meet never speak to me or make a lasting impact on my life outside of asking me for 3 dollars and pretending they're going to spend it on bus fare.
Plus the upside to a handicap like that is whatever rehabilitation effort educates you will also provide networking for you. It makes it very easy to make contact with others that share similar experiences (eg. support groups), connect to people that are involved with care, and even cripple-friendly dating and hookup sites.
It will be nearly impossible for her to even make out other people and just expecting them to have enough skill to get the hand writing done or her hand writing on theirs.
I don't see it becoming useful anytime soon.
Well, I never thought that way.
This was the guess, how much close is to the original?
It’s not like Karin is still in school or something, or she might be meeting new people at various points in her life or something, not everyone’s a hikki like you (or me), anon.
>Gin's family's faces flashed through her mind.
>Her baby brother.
>He should be sound asleep around this time.
>She was planning on raising him with love, to be her loyal underling.
>She wondered if he'd think his sister was super cool, If he ever heard about her accomplishment.
>Now, this, on the other hand
is a photoshop.
You're right, it would be surprising. Because being crazy close like that is neither indicative of friendship or family.