ok because apparently i’m a sucker for needed confrontations between characters that later will culminate on amazing development not only for the individual parts, but also making a relationship/dynamic even more enjoyable and pleasant to my tastes, i’m gonna vent some thoughts on the fine example that was makoto and haru’s conflict on the last episode;
first of all; their conflict wasn’t them breaking apart; their conflict wasn’t kyoani ‘not knowing how to write their own characters’ and it definitely wasn’t ‘the sinking’ of makoharu as a ship or even the ‘death’ of their bond. much simpler than all of these ~tragic scenarios people have been making a fuss about on the past days, it was a simple and natural phenomenon called growing up. (this is just it. it’s them growing up, and all of the process will bring them back even stronger than before - even with the possibility of physical distance or changes on their routine. this process will culminate on a beautiful reassurance and it honestly makes me sad to see some people can’t even understand and appreciate the beauty of their own ship taking a step towards this amazing development.) this is them going through a much needed growth, that may have came late - that”s precisely why the events played the way they did - for them as a unit but damn i’m so glad it came.
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