Oh fuck. Are you all ready for unfiltered vanilla extract that is best girl with Hachiman for a whole volume animated?
And Yukinoshita faggots said never.
"If you buy the limited edition, you’ll also get an original anime Blu-ray, which contains an OVA of the light novel’s 10.5 volume, Iroha Isshiki’s main episode."
Would be very nice. I can´t take more of Yukino and Yui drama, Iroha healing every time and every day.
>which contains an OVA of the light novel’s 10.5 volume, Iroha Isshiki’s main episode.
IS THIS REAL? FUCK YEAH
I've been out of these threads for months so this is like a dream coming true.
I still remember those shitposters who kept saying no 10.5 OVA. What happened to them?
What happened to captain?
He should be here soon.
Honestly, seeing the writer fucking off and spend time writing for his other series instead of finishing Yahari, this might be for the best. Watching the OVA is the best way to wrap up.
Iroha a best. A BEST.
Yuckyno a shit. A SHIT.
Oh my lord, did she get a dakimakura too?
Where were those shitposters saying she would never get one? Are they together with the 10.5 OVA never fags?
it'll probably be like the s1 OVAs
they'd probably drop chapter 1 with Zaimokuza, or skip over a ton of it, proceed with date as 1st half of the episode, and 2nd half is doing the newspaper request
other option is the whole episode is the date, but i don't think you can fill in one whole episode with the date
their date was already fairly comprehensive as is, unless they throw in more shenanigans like running into Yui and Yukino shopping, or Hayama and Haruno walking around, and it turns into some farce
which I wouldn't mind since this series sorely needs more comedy
Reminder that Yukino is going to marry Hayato and bear his children.
stop rating the girls
unlike other shit generals we actually discuss the series here
where the fuck did you retards come from?
Meguri > Haruno > Yui > Shizuka >Saki > *
I feel like people ship in this series for the wrong reasons. It's not about which girl you like best. I don't even particularly like Iroha (Megu and Sensei are the best), but I love moe 8man, and she's the only one that brings it out. The interactions she gets from 8man pretty much were the sole thing keeping the angstfest that was season 2 watchable.
Pic quite related.
That was the point, Iroha was added because Watari knew what was going to happen when "the real OreGairu begins", she was meant to keep the spirits up but "she isn't a savior" whatever Watari means by that.
>And then the saviour appears. Well, not exactly a saviour. It’s the new character, first year student Iroha Isshiki.
>“Okay! That was a good change of pace.”
>“I’m glad for you…”
>“Onii-chan, changing your pace’s good for you okay? Like, if you get driven to a corner, it’d be better to distract yourself with something else, you know?”
>“That’s… Well, yeah, that’s right.”
>That’s just an excuse to run away, wasn’t it? >I tried to say that. However, when someone somewhere who averted his eyes in that same way came to mind, I was unable to say it willfully.
Is it time for Coffeenon to return?
I'm not seeing how an ambiguous line of dialogue from someone who doesn't even know Iroha yet says anything about the author's intention behind writing Iroha's character.
>Iroha lovey-dovey photo
>Hachiman & Hayama banter
>Yui a cute
>Background sunset porn
>MAX coffe Yukino
>The episode will end with the Service Club photo
>This was their last moment of happiness before the events vol11 happened.
That's what he thinks he's doing. He never actually said it out loud to Komachi, meaning he never challenged her statement with his own or gave her the chance to respond. He just silently assumed that his point of view must be correct.
8man's idea of "running away" is warped. He fundamentally doesn't understand the idea of boundaries and so, when there's any distance between him and the club members, he thinks it's because there's some kind of problem.
Hell, him learning how to give people (specifically Yukinoshita) space was one of the main conclusions of volume 11.
>Hell, him learning how to give people (specifically Yukinoshita) space was one of the main conclusions of volume 11
Not even in the slightest.
The rest of your post is also incredibly wrong.
>Yukinoshita needs to solve her own problems
>So you're saying this was a minor development?
No, but Hachiman is doing that not because he wants to create space between the two of them. He is doing that so he can be rest assured that her feelings don't exist because he's helping her out.
> him learning how to give people (specifically Yukinoshita) space was one of the main conclusions of volume 11.
No, just no. Volume 11 was about Hachiman's retreat from, then return to, the pursuit of a genuine relationship (and all the pain that could entail). The whole point of it is that he's surrounded for the first time in his life by romantic expectations from all sides, he doesn't know how handle it, he tries to make everyone happy, becoming like Hayama. But he's not happy about it, Haruno exposes it, and then when he sees what it is doing to Yukino specifically, he goes back to genuine, and separates himself decisively from Hayama.
"Creating space" is not the trajectory that Hachiman and Yukino are on. The entire story has them drawing ever closer together, and becoming better individuals in the process. Yukino overcoming her problem is something she has to do in order for that distance to become even smaller until eventually it's not present at all.
>thinking 8man's romantic subplots have anything whatsoever to do with his motivation to help Yukino
Nice job ignoring everything he's done in the story so far.
Also nice job assuming I suggested that 8man giving Yukinoshita space was something that came easily or desirably, rather than painfully. What he's doing comes straight from Sensei's original speech about genuineness.
> nice job assuming I suggested that 8man giving Yukinoshita space was something that came easily or desirably, rather than painfully.
No one assumes you suggested that. Because there is no reason to assume that as you are simply wrong altogether.