Do Haruhi and Kyon relationship develop more in the novels that aren't in the anime? : Haruhi
It is Kyon who suggests to Haruhi to form a club herself if she finds nothing else Haruhi and Kyon are the only inhabitants of the new world. . Haruhi is adopted from a light novel, and this expands the market of turning light. I could support this by analyzing the relationship between Yuki-Mikuru, seeing that Kyon regards her as a loveable sex object, whereas Yuki. Mikuru and Kyon have a romantic relationship in the future. a market for it, and in accordance to her above-mentioned lacklustre education, I also find it pretty.
For Haruhi, Kyon is the only person who can ground her without ridiculing her, the only one who challenges her authority and the only one who can say 'no' to her and get away with it. And as much as she bickers and bitches at him, she goes through the most change when she finally accepts his advice and at times, his criticism.
To be plain, and to reference the series greatest episode The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya Chapter VI, they mutually create a closed space in order to explore their true desires for one another.
Kyon, wishing to return to old world, whilst Haruhi wishes to remain in a fantasy; normally, such contrasting views would result in the world's end. However, it is Kyon's realization that he likes Haruhi simply because she is Haruhi, that changes everything. It's his realization that he may like Mikuru because she's hot, and he may like Yuki because she's a bad ass, but he likes Haruhi because she's just To Kyon, and that matter to Haruhi, she's just herself and in that, in being herself, she's perfect.
She knows which ones Kyon will choose because Big Mikuru gave her a list. This is why Kyon's such an unreliable narrator, he honestly can't tell between what he's thinking and what he's saying, or even if he said anything at all. Interestingly, He Kyon didn't become such an unreliable narrator until after the first book, that is to say, until after he'd been eating Mikuru's food for some time. Although it might just be an error with the translation I read.
Future Mikuru is not current Mikuru. In the anime, anyway, do we have any proof that she isn't just a body duplicate? They could have gotten hold of Mikuru's body alive, on their side, both, or neither and copied it, then gave future Mikuru everything they knew about the original Mikuru's time with Kyon.
For that matter, the original Mikuru may not be any more of a "real" human than future Mikuru, or even Yuki and Asakura. She just picked something at random about herself that seemed sufficiently intimate. If Kyon had already seen the mole, it would "prove" it was her. If he hadn't, he would be curious enough to ask Mikuru about it, future Mikuru having successfully Tricked Out Time. Or perhaps she's an alternate future Mikuru. She does mention that Kyon will have to make "The Decision that determines everything" soon.
Mikuru's entire "organization" actually consists of herself This is the real reason she keeps so secretive about her party unlike Itsuki and Nagato: While it's technically possible for Mikuru to be the only one in her own organization, it's impossible for her to be the only time traveler, what with her enemy Fujiwara.
Or, she is her entire organization and doesn't know it. She doesn't know her superior is herself and all of her other memories are suppressed or "classified". For all we know older Mikuru could be running everything with just one time machine. We know that kid who invents time travel doesn't specifically work for her organization since other people have the technology, so Mikuru could have just picked it up at one point, possibly from her future self.
And that's assuming the organization is a two-person group, and not hundreds of Mikurus running around. Mikuru's storybook is a horrible portent of things to come. Since Kyon and Nagato's stories were based on true events, there's no reason to think Mikuru's isn't either. Discounting the Snow White bits, Mikuru is telling the story of how Haruhi rose to take over the world.
First she took control of Koizumi the Tactician group's resources.
Then, with her the Seven Dwarves her slowly expanding SOS army she swarmed over the planet, achieving victory in every battle. Eventually she took over the world and retired somewhere with Kyon, leaving the planet in Koizumi's hands. Mikuru knows all of this, because it is mandatory in the SOS Brigade schools that run all education on the planet.
The only "proof" Mikuru has as to what she needs to do and her importance in the series is her own word, based on her own word, based on her own word If Mikuru hadn't been here, everything would have turned out fine, though Tsuruya joining the Haruhi-tachi earlier would have resulted in more of a rough start to the SOS Brigade as she clashed with Haruhi.
As it is, her presence settled before it even happened into a pattern that fed into itself to create a timeline where she would travel back in time to follow her own instructions. Yuki and Itsuki would have had the situation well in hand, along with Kyon, with all of the Mikuru-related things including Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody having either happened in a much more subdued way, or not happened at all. In Mikuru's time, human's don't live on Earth. At some point, Earth will be rendered inhabitable.
However, scientists saw it coming, and evacuated all humans to Mars, or something, with enough supplies of oxygen, food and water to last several thousand years. This is why Mikuru doesn't seem to know anything about water whatsoever. I want this to be true so much. Anonymous is Mikuru's superior That is why Mikuru won't reveal anything about her superior, and it is the reason why Mikuru is such a Fanservice Girl.
Yuki and Itsuki are Mikuru' direct superiors. Yuki and Itsuki are actually more authoritarian, and they know about Haruhi, so they implanted Mikuru in order to study moe's effect on a sociopathic Jerkass Physical God.
Itsuki is almost always the odd man out while Yuki and adult Mikuru coordinate closely. What were they protecting by having a Kyon available in "cold storage" for three years? A lot of Mikuru's unease around Yuki can be explained if she knows that Yuki is the big boss and she's just an intern. Note for example how she instantly recognized Yuki when she saw her for the "first" time. Tsuruya is Mikuru's direct superior. If an organization of time travelers was willing to employ a year-old girl, they'd probably have more than one.
This explains why they're friends even though they're extremely different particularly in outgoingness - Mikuru is very shy, while Tsuruya is the exact oppositeand also why Tsuruya seems to have had an idea of what was going on for a while.
This particular WMG is inspired by a very short shot from the second season, with Tsuruya looking sinister in the shadows in the background while Mikuru tells Kyon that she doesn't agree with Itsuki's theories on Haruhi. Mikuru is 17 or She's in her final year, anyway. The text for that scene in the novel also portrayed it a little differently: Mikuru is Kyon and Haruhi's daughter Time travel is never Exactly What It Says on the Tinand Mikuru constantly gives mixed signals between her younger and adult selves.
Young Mikuru is attracted to Kyon while Older Mikuru says she can't fall in love with him. It's a more extreme version of when a little girl says she wants to marry her daddy when she grows up, because due to time travel, Mikuru and her father are now the same age and he has all the qualities at this age that make him Mikuru's childhood fantasy.
However, young Mikuru did this without telling her parents, thus explaining Older Mikuru appears briefly to tell Kyon exactly what he needs to hear in order to make him vaguely question if pursuing Mikuru is the right thing to do rather than acting on his Tsundere-ish relationship with Haruhi. The implication that Mikuru will have to leave him behind eventually is a pre-warning about the fact that eventually she'll go back to her own time, drifting out of Haruhi and Kyon's life as they get together.
Eventually, when they have a red-headed baby girl, Haruhi will decide to name her after Mikuru after their childhood friend who moved away, and a few decades down the line, Kyon will finally noticed that Mikuru grew up to look like Similarly, Haruhi's cosplay-rape tendencies that she honed on Mikuru will be repeated on her young daughter, then Haruhi sent Mikuru back in time, thus explaining why, despite her protests because she's embarassed of being seen naked by a guyMikuru's pretty much used to it within an episode of her first appearance: This WMG violently conflicts with the plot of volume The one human who would know this for sure would not risk the birth of his big sister.
Haruhi already knew Mikuru is her daughter from the future And that is why she keeps manipulating Mikuru with almost absolute freedom.
For the classified information thing Kyon's sister is Mikuru's mom At some point in the future when she's all done with high school, Kyon's sister will marry someone with the family name Asahina and together they will have a daughter that they will decide to name Mikuru.
She has red hair, and when looking at those yukata she said "So this is the traditional wardrobe of this country. She's also able to read english well enough to aknowlage her name in english. Meloncoly VI Mikuru is a Celestial Itsuki and Kyon are the actual Time Travellers, and their "dimensional slider" abilities can also allow them to slide back and forth the timeline. The Celestials are in fact humans in the distant future, mutated by Haruhi's desire to express her anger.
We all know how Haruhi expresses her anger: Yuki being a celestial is invalid since she isn't a result of Haruhi's angst. Celestials, being eldritch abominations who share Haruhi's ability of rewriting reality, can disguise themselves as being humans, and being the primal result of Haruhi's desire of being a dominatrix and having a Chew Toytime-travelled back to the past just to please Haruhi while disguising it as the order of a classified information superior, who is of course Also, maybe the reason why Itsuki defeats Celestials and prevents them from escaping Closed Space is to keep the celestials from ever going back in time and induce a sense of superiority in Haruhi, which means more controllability for Itsuki and Kyon.
Considering Celestials are the AU equivalents of Neon Genesis Evangelion angels, maybe that's the reason why Mikuru stands out as the most beautiful of them all, being an angel She got crap past the radar. Itsuki can fight celestials, but can't tell the difference between them and a human. Mikuru is Jesus First, Haruhi-chan. Second, there is the possibility that Mikuru is Kyon and Haruhi's daughter. For a more biblical explanation: Haruhi seems to represent Judaism and the Old Testament, with a long history of esoteric magic, melancholy, and manipulation of people.
Kyon, on the other hand, represents the New Testament, the Roman Empire he's the majority and was responsible for the spread of Haruhiismand modern day Christianity it's the current definition of "normal" with the universalization of old doctrines Haruhi and the spread to more "normal" people. With Haruhi as the past, Mikuru represents the future she's a time traveller after all of Haruhiism Kyon.
Also, we and otakuism in general feel better when Haruhi abuses Mikuru. This means, Mikuru didn't just suffer for Haruhi and Kyon's sins, she suffers for the sins of the otaku community in general. Where does Yuki and Itsuki fit in? So Ryoko is Uriel? Where does Tsuruya fit into all this? Nagaru Tanigawa in turn wrote the Bible. Mikuru actually comes from a quite recent future. Haruhi's powers will cause a kind of Technological Singularity only one generation in the future, which will turn the old technologies utterly obsolete in a matter of few years.
Mikuru is in fact first generation to have never have had any contact with the "old" technology, and the sheer amount of new development has caused the mainstream culture to largely lose interest in the recent past, save for the vital time travel services to keep history under control, which is why she is so helpless with contemporary tech despite of essentially being a time agent intern.
Asahina Mikuru is more capable than she appears. As far as her own time period is concerned. That she understands the mechanics of time travel enough to realize that Haruhi is the origin of the theory shows that she's not completely stupid. She's also able to completely grasp Nagato Yuki's technobabble with little effort, so long as it has something to do with spatial manipulation. Furthermore, we've never been shown anything in regards to her grades in school, so it's possible that she's much smarter than she appears.
It's just that the vast majority of her knowledge is pretty much completely useless in the "present" time period such as her lack of familiarity with modern technologyso she's effectively still more or less helpless either way.
If there ever comes a time in which Asahina Mikuru is allowed to function in her native environment i. Mikuru has a way of subconsciously influencing tropers. I have seen at least three separate occurences of a recognizable section of her name being inserted into long words in Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu-related subjects three separate times.
Two is a coincidence, three is a pattern. I thought three was enemy action.
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Mikuru asked Kyon not to watch her the first time Haruhi started stripping her because she knew Kyon was unlikely to physically intervene. Mikuru was given a briefing on Kyon's psychological profile before embarking on her mission, and she knew that Kyon had an extreme reluctance, at first, to actively forcing Haruhi to not do what she wished.
Therefore, Mikuru believed that Kyon would try to talk Haruhi out of stripping her without actually restraining the girl, which would leave Kyon doing nothing to help Mikuru as she's being stripped right in front of him. Rather than suffer that embarrassment, Mikuru asked Kyon to leave rather than make an empty gesture. Okay, said like that, it looks like option b, Mikuru is a spazz, is more likely. Or the even the somewhat unlikely option c, Mikuru is secretly letting herself be abused because she knowingly and deliberately accepted a mission to go back in time and become Haruhi's pet in the hope that she would gain some influence on the reality warper.
Wasn't his making a move towards them the thing that caused her to scream? In other words, wasn't Kyon already doing more than just telling Haruhi to stop? Mikuru is from , years in the future. Haruhi says to Kyon in Disappearance: He gave her the idea of forming her own club, which eventually resulted in her dragging him into founding the SOS Brigade and recruiting members.
Kyon soon finds out that her new members - Yuki NagatoMikuru Asahinaand Itsuki Koizumiare in fact an aliena time travelerand an esper respectively. Kyon has a hard time taking this all in, but eventually the others come to prove their identities, especially Itsuki, who shows Kyon that Haruhi can alter the world and create closed spacein which " Celestials " destroy what is within and possibly create a new world.
When Haruhi sees Kyon wrestling with Mikuru over a computer mouse, she becomes jealous and triggers a closed space consisting of only herself and Kyon in the school; Kyon, however, uses clues from Yuki and a future Mikuru to get out by kissing her and convincing her to bring the old world back.
Afterward, Kyon witnesses the development of several issues around Haruhi, some of which Kyon solves and some of which the others solve. He also suggested she could meet interesting people at North High. Kyon considers staying in this "normal" world for good and joining the Literature Clubbut eventually decides that a world with the SOS Brigade is still more interesting and fun, no matter how annoying it is.
In Love at First SightKyon witnesses someone falling in love with Yuki, and remains jealous of him even after it is revealed that the person did not love her but actually became confused by seeing the Data Overmind. Kyon thinks about his relationship with Yuki and partially admits that he has feelings for her. In The Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina Mikuru recruits Kyon to rescue a childbut cannot tell him her real reason for inviting him out due to her orders from the future. Kyon prevented the boy from being run over by a truck, implied to have been driven by rival time travelers.
The future version of Mikuru informs Kyon in The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya that Kyon will soon be forced to make a choice that determines the fate of the future. You can help Haruhi Wiki by expanding it.
Sasaki calls him, ending up in a tense meeting with her and her "associates" Kyouko Tachibana and Fujiwara who had previously tried to kidnap Mikuru and Kuyou Suou a representative for an organization which had previously attacked Yuki.
His choice is presented to him at the meeting, in which he is told to decide whether to transplant Haruhi's powers into Sasaki, who is revealed to have similar powers to Haruhi, or to let Haruhi keep her powers and risk turning over the world.
Kyon starts to show negative feelings towards the Data Overmind and its Humanoid Interfaces bar Yuki when it becomes clear that they will do nothing to help Yuki in her sickness while she tries to sort things out with the Sky Canopy Dominion. In desperation, in The Surprise of Haruhi SuzumiyaKyon contacts Sasaki and her companions hoping they will have a solution.
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He has been told that he is the one who can move Haruhi's powers to Sasaki. Kyon believes Haruhi to be an annoying and reckless girl, although he believes she can be a kind, talented person if she learns to calm down and help others instead of demanding things. Kyon kisses Haruhi to escape being trapped by Haruhi in closed space Unlike the other three Brigade members, Kyon sees Haruhi more like a human than a mysterious factor, and treats her like one, which leads to several risks of her destroying the world.
Despite this he firmly maintains that one of these days she would "have to learn her lesson" and frequently complains about needing to help control closed space which is why he must submit to Haruhi's demands. Kyon was the only person to address Haruhi by her first name without honorifics. Kyon wishes that Haruhi would return to a normal life, and as he says in " Charmed at First Sight LOVER ", he wishes she would get a boyfriend so that he would not have to go through so much work.
Even though, he seems to be unconditionally interested in Haruhi herself for her personality and not about her powers, it is not specifically mentioned.
He even looked jealous when he found out that Haruhi in the movie is close to Koizumi and they are going to the same school and are classmates. He gets irritated thinking what if she had started a club like before and now with Kyon not in it and some other unknown members with it. When he saw her coming out of the school he was overly excited and lost all of his composure which scared Haruhi. He did not reply to the fact that in the original world Haruhi was interested in Kyon even though he was nothing special or in fact he was just a human which was pointed out by Koizumi in The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya.