Instead of a series of words, I'll make you see by reconstructing the chaos.
Nagi. What are you planning? It's an unusually good performance that rivals what she did against Shiina and what Nadeko did on Kuroko earlier. It's a performance that overshadows the smaller movements of many Kyoto Animation competitors. Although small, Yuki, Mikuru, Kagami, Kyou and Hirasawa Yui also displayed notable improvements over their past performances. Kanade is already all but a lock to win the Topaz necklace. These movements may be an attempt at something bigger than what can be seen by looking at the Topaz Period.
I've seen through most of the tricks. But it's not quite complete. I'm waiting for the final, necessary piece so I can reconstruct the truth.
Victorique de Blois
Kiopi wrote:Somehow it feels like in each period, the matchups are set to give one particular character the most SDO over the rest. Aquamarine's was Mikoto and this period is Kanade.
Kiopi wrote:This round, Azusa was unlucky to have 4 of her defeated opponents go against each other. There was another in a similar situation in Aquamarine but can't remember who. This effectively halved the potential SDO that she could get. Another intentional setup?
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Team Rocket Elite wrote:Last OVA episode of OreImo either came out recently or will be out within a few hours. That may be the tipping point of the match. I'd love to see Yuki win but she choose a bad time to face Kuroneko. A few days earlier or a few weeks later probably would have been more favorable to Yuki.
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