Why is she crying? Is this when she was rejected?
she was momment of exact heartbearings
What? Why would she react like that to a simple rejection? Watch the fucking anime, this scene had nothing do to with romance.
>"Yes... From the beginning....I knew it would end this way..."
>Scream of despair
This is when she revealed that she had terminal cancer, dumbass. She's talking about her impending death.
Because some blood related whore took her man.
I like how that entire scene in the novel displayed Kyousuke's determination. I mean, in the anime, it's basically just fuel for the Rurifags, but in the LN, in Kyousuke's inner monologue, he says how he couldn't say "I'm sorry", because it would nullify his commitment. Sure, Kuroneko's scream of despair wrenched his heart, but that's how it was meant to be.
Wow, OP. You captured the exact moment her heart breaks. I like it.
Just finished this. And Kyousuke didn't end with anyone. What a fucking joke.
Akimi > Kirino
Read the LN's secondary
Sorry but which one http://www.baka-tsuki.org/project/?title=Ore_no_Im%C5%8Dto_ga_Konna_ni_Kawaii_Wake_ga_Nai
First appearance is V. 11 IIRC
Okay thanks. I'm still mad because at the end he didn't end with anyone. Can't even imagine Kirino marries some guy and have crazy sex while Kyousuke being alone forever.
ONICHAN NO BAKA
>because at the end he didn't end with anyone
Author confirmed Kirino end, you just misunderstood the ending. Read the pastebin.
Her selfishness came right back around and kicked her in the ass. She hurt Kyousuke and Kirino for her own plans while Kirino was able to endure Kyousuke having a girlfriend because she wanted him to be happy.
He didn't misunderstand. The anime was set up that way intentionally because the studio does not want to be supporting incest.
They were referring to the LNs though.
How is LN different from anime? Is there implication that they will marry later, or they take different path and keep secret till the end?
So did they fuck?
The LN ending was less ambiguous, which is partially a side effect of it just being better written. They kissed on the lips at the end too.
Probably. Fushimi put in all the hints he could without outright saying it.
>The next day. 5:00 morning.
>The chirping sounds of the birds ---- that’s impossible in this cold weather, but the lazy atmosphere of the morning filled the room. I casually laid my body on the chairs. On the other side, my little sister was sitting on the bed, wearing a bathrobe.
>We --- didn’t dare to look at each other.
>A strange silence lingered between us.
>……No, no, no. It’s not like --- we brother and sister did something strange!?
>I’m telling the truth! Really! Although we said that we would take some references from this eroge, but when it showed an H-scene, the atmosphere between us became very embarrassing!
>Afterward, both of us had a feeling ‘Do, do you want to?’!
>Say…! As a narrator, I don’t have to tell you everything!
Well that's ambiguous. I bet he has stacks of pages of them doing "strange" things hidden away.
They made the ending less straight forward than in the LNs because they didn't want to support incest, but it's still not that much different from the books.
Remember the promise Kirino gave Kyousuke, to do anything he wanted? The kiss was his way of saying "Stay with me." Kirino's reaction to him saying "It's okay because we're siblings" might as well be "Then why did we break up in the first place if we're still doing that?" And the obvious answer is that they never really did. They can never go back to being regular siblings or let go of each other, they have tried and failed many times in the series. The whole point of the ending is that they aren't giving up on each other, they're renewing their life counseling to figure out how to make the relationship work/how to keep it a secret, since it's clear that Kyousuke never intended to let go. Before the ending, Kirino once again reluctantly feels that she could never be with Kyousuke and keep her future at the same time, but in his typical fashion, his determination refuses to let him let go of his love for his sister and they have to renew life counseling so that they can make it work. In the pastebin, an Anon explains that life counseling was never about choosing between two things, but it's about figuring out how to make them coexist rather than giving up on one and choosing the other (their love or their future, eroge or her social life, etc). The pastebin explains this very well, you should give it a read.
That's not the ending, it's just a scene where they may have done strange things. As the 2ch comics show, they might have done many other things while they were officially dating and will likely continue to do them.
Thanks, I'm too sleepy now, but I will read it tomorrow.
If it's not because of you guys, I'm probably still mad with that anime ending. Much better now
Even better reminder
It is a pretty infuriating ending if you don't know what's going on, which is common because the anime didn't do a very good job of it.