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Story Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu is a story packed with few surprises. Yuki wants to tell Kyon how she feels about him but every time she comes close to doing so she falters in some manner. You get to watch episode after episode of it. The presentation can be fun and light hearted at least.

More than the characters involved, nothing annoying me in Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu more than its boring episode structure. This was in the original series!

These generic episode set ups were still made to be exciting in the original series because romance was not at the forefront — it was a product of the mysteries and adventures the cast found themselves in. At least when Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu resorted to these stereotypical anime scenarios they came with that added spice of having to appease Haruhi. Even when the SOS Club were thrown into seemingly mundane situations you always had to expect the unexpected.

It was a show that knew how to have fun because of that kicker. Here these same situations are used for nothing more than cheap laughs and with little to no romantic progression.

When love is the theme, and you strip away the supernatural, things all come crumbling down. By the time that Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu decided to start being serious and start exploring the mind of its lead character I had lost interest.

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There was a serious imbalance in the way the show built up to its major complication. I was falling asleep. When the psychological drama came around it was like an alarm clock taped to my ear. Talk about a jarring tone shift.

As jarring as it was though, I must say it was welcome. Here we are with not only some complication of substance, but also comes with one of the more clever throwbacks to the original series.

It was the first sign of meaningful development for Yuki. It also changes up the dynamic between Yuki and Kyon a great deal. Dare I say the show even became somewhat interesting? The ending is charming enough and I actually got a lot more out of it than I expected. While not entirely satisfying or complete, the presentation and references this time around were fun and felt useful.

Characters Yuki obviously gets the big turnaround in behaviour when compared to the rest of the cast. Instead of the alien of few words, she is now driven a lot more by emotion. This gave her much more potential to express herself but watching her felt like a chore. Remote Island SyndromeEndless Eight.

When Kyon met Nagato in year -3, she looked exactly the same as "now", except for some qualities of facial expression. This was in marked contrast to Haruhi Suzumiyawho looked the expected three years younger. Personality Yuki Nagato is a humanoid interface with the appearance of an ordinary North High student. It is not clear which faction of the Data Overmind she serves, though she has confirmed that she belongs to the "majority" faction and is not a member of a radical one.

Nagato was created with limited social abilities, something she claims will affect her until she ceases functioning. Sometimes she provides a complex explanation using mostly scientific terms to explain even the simplest of things, or announces events which other Brigade members might not notice.

Her responsiveness has increased over time, at least when dealing with those she is familiar with. For instance, she ignored Tsuruya 's attempts to communicate with her in year 0, but recited poetry with Tsuruya when prompted in The Surprise. Nagato's voice is usually a monotone.

Nagato's facial expressions rarely change, and any such changes are minor. Careful observation is required to discern any emotional responses; Kyon is not necessarily correct in his observations. He believes the expressions of her face have changed since their first meeting from her perspective in Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody. As a result, Nagato frequently acts "shy".

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For instance, she appeared unable to obtain a library card without Kyon's help. When interacting with people outside of the SOS Brigade, she frequently stares at the floor and either gives very short responses or says nothing at all, even if angry. For instance, when asked questions by Tsuruyashe first said nothing, but later responded; she reacted the same way in Live A Live when asked Haruhi's location by schoolmates. Her silent trait extends to interactions with members of the SOS Brigade; when Haruhi Suzumiya wanted to throw out her books from the SOS Brigade headquarters, Nagato could do little more than glare at her.

Nagato has frequently communicated with Koizumi, but only on paranormal or scientific matters. Even when communicating to Mikuru Asahina about a mission in the prologue to The IntriguesKyon did most of the talking, and Nagato contributed "footnotes" when explaining something that Kyon forgot or could not understand.

This is a trait not shared by some other Data Overmind humanoid interfaces. Ryoko Asakura has shown a wide range of social abilities, even taking part in events not related to her mission.

However, she still appeared to have a limited vocal range and set of facial expressions. Self-discovery Nagato has shown a poor understanding of emotions, especially her own. She attributed her actions in The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya to "erroneous files accumulated in her memory database". When pushed to describe her own emotions, she usually says nothing or gives an understated answer, such as "relatively" enjoying books and being "a little bit" disappointed at being rejected.

She rarely expresses opinions, and these are usually based on those of the Data Overmind such as describing a data organism as "primitive", describing human computers in a similar manner, or commenting positively on interactions with the Sky Canopy Domain despite the negative effect on her.

She was able to determine why "Michuru" thought her behavior was disturbing when Michiru stayed over at her apartment overnight, also commenting that Michiru's analysis was wrong. Nagato has made repeated attempts to relieve Kyon's concerns.

She often tells him "don't worry" when she is injured or something strange panics him and can tell if someone is disturbed. However, her analyses of human behavior are often flawed, being based on incomplete information. Nagato seems to have little interest in generic human activities and only participates in events dictated by Haruhi Suzumiya. She steps out of this to protect the timeline or to prevent the creation of closed space she participated much more forcefully in baseball once closed space was created, upon Itsuki Koizumi 's prompting.

This behavior extended to her method of decorating her apartment she didn't before The Disappearance and her lack of desire to engage in Literature Club activities, at least in her first year at North High.

In her second year, her attempts at recruiting students involved her describing deficiencies in verbal communication. Nagato is very fond of reading and later developed computer programming as a hobby.

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She has occasionally demonstrated interest in human activities, such as watching fireworks and reciting poetry. Nagato appears to have a low opinion of herself.

She was willing to endure prolonged isolation for her mission when watching over Kyon and Mikuru Asahina for three years in Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody and made no effort to break free from the time loop of Endless Eightas her purpose was only to observe.

In The Dissociation she stated that she would protect the rest of the SOS Brigade, but Kyon said "having no concern for yourself is behavior I absolutely will not allow. For instance, when referring to someone by name, she always uses their full name. When speaking to someone, she does not use their name, simply referring to them as "you".

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She referred to the Computer Research Society President as a "male student", despite having heard his name from Emiri Kimidori. Other humanoid interfaces have not demonstrated this behavior.

Kyon even noted that she doesn't blink often in The Sigh or simply stares into space. According to Ryoko AsakuraNagato taught her to act according to her own will, which she believed had something to do with evolution, and that she and Nagato are more alike than Kimidori.

Biography According to Yuki, she was created three years prior to meeting Kyon and Haruhi, with the purpose of observing humanity and its ability to evolve in intelligence, and more importantly, Haruhi Suzumiya and the data flare that she created around that time.

To Yuki, Haruhi is the key to evolution. Yuki is stationed in an apartment complex where several other Humanoid Interfaces are implied to live, in roomalone. Yuki remains in standby mode until " Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody ", when a future version of Mikuru and Kyon come to visit her, telling her that they are from three years later and require her assistance to return to their time. After synchronizing with her future self, Yuki confirms them as acquaintances, and puts them in a room for three years, freezing time within in order to help them return.

Meanwhile, another future Mikuru and Kyon come, informing her that in three years the world will be altered and that she needs to help them. Knowing that she is the one responsible for changing the world, she gives Mikuru and Kyon the tools needed to change her astray self back to normal.

This becomes a selling point for Haruhi, who immediately uses her room with only one occupant. Nagato at the library Yuki is the first to tell Kyon about her identity as an alien; Kyon thus trusts her the most out of the three supernatural brigade members.

During an early SOS Brigade trip, Kyon took her to the library and got her a card, which seemed to give her happy memories. When Ryoko Asakura tries to kill Kyon in the hopes that it would cause Haruhi to create a data explosion, Yuki saves his life, but forgets to repair her glasses, the first sign that she is fallible.

Yuki is also one of the people who gives a clue to Kyon about how to get out of the closed space created by Haruhi: She continually pulls strings from behind the scenes in a similar way Itsuki does.

During the filming for " The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00 ", Haruhi accidentally causes the Mikuru Beam to become real, and thus Yuki is forced to take a large role in preventing Haruhi noticing by blocking the Mikuru Beam with her hand and injecting nanomachines into Mikuru biting her to prevent it from materializing again. In " The Day of Sagittarius ", Yuki is revealed to have somewhat of a passion for computers and hacking, something Kyon does not fail to notice.

He supported her participating in occasional Computer Research Society activities over Haruhi's objections. According to the Computer Research Society's president in The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiyashe is very helpful and even creates a new OS that everything is compatible with. The Disappearance Arc Yuki during the Disappearance. Yuki's most prominent moment is in The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiyain which due to "errors" which Kyon classifies as "emotions" Yuki steals some of Haruhi's powers to create an alternate universe in which Haruhi, Itsuki, Yuki, and Mikuru are normal humans, Haruhi and Itsuki do not attend North High, Ryoko is a student, and there is no SOS Brigade.

Kyon notices a stark difference in her actions up until that point, mainly because Yuki had been anticipating this would happen and was unable to prevent it. In the alternate world, Yuki is simply a shy, introverted girl, but clearly has true emotions because she shows fear when Kyon first bursts into her room. As she still lives alone, this becomes a problem because she rarely gets the will to eat and Ryoko must act as a concerned neighbor and bring her food.

Yuki clearly takes an interest in Kyon, as she invites him to the Literature Club and gets him to stay for dinner by pulling on his sleeve. Kyon eventually turns the universe back to normal, after realizing that Yuki preserved his memories of the former world because she trusted his judgment and wanted him to make the choice. Kyon was sent back to see Nagato three years previously. He and Asahina big met at her place, where they discussed the incident.

Nagato attempted to synchronize with her future self but failed, but was given a message - it was her that had altered the world in the future. Unable to leave due to the need to keep the "other" Kyon and Asahina "frozen" in time, Nagato gave Kyon a device he would use to inject her human self to transform her back her glasses, transformed into a "gun". She told them they had to arrive right after the world was transformed. They arrived December 18th and witnessed Nagato changing the world, creating a timequake in the process.

Kyon advanced on the human Nagato and, upon realizing she no longer recalled her past, attempted to transform her.

Unfortunately, Ryoko Asakuraseeing him as a threat to Nagato, attacked him, stabbing him in the back with a knife. Another version of Nagato, Asahina and Kyon arrived from the future to rescue the situation, changing human Yuki back to normal.

Kyon ended up in a hospital, but with much lighter injuries due to Nagato's reality-altering powers. Kyon awoke three days later, and went to see Nagato. She told him the Data Overmind threatened to delete her for her accumulated "errors" causing her to malfunction; however, Kyon blackmails the Overmind into keeping Nagato alive.

He came to believe these "errors" were in fact emotions. The Aftermath Afterward, Yuki places a limit on some of her abilities, such as synchronization. In " Love at First Sight ", one of Kyon's middle school classmates, named Nakagawamakes a love confession to Yuki and asks her to marry him in ten years. Yuki declines, declaring that her self-control mechanism will be unable to be stable after ten years, but remains curious about Nakagawa.