"Articulating their relationship is not an easy thing to do. Bossun is a good guy and he does have a mature side to him, but overall, as you can see, he’s childish. I think he really doesn’t understand his feelings. On the other hand, Himeko is… To be honest, I don’t really know. She’s not that simple-minded. The foundation of Himeko’s attachment to Bossun is a special emotion that is impossible for others to know. You could call it a debt to Bossun for leading her here. More than friendship or love, I’d wager that her feelings for him started out closer to gratitude or respect. Therefore, her feeling of wanting to be helpful to Bossun takes precedence. I understand that because it’s the same way with me."