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Hanako's Story

 
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Submitted: 12/02/2013
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User avatar #13 - nommonsterbaa (12/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I would recommend reading Lily's path next, a lot of people say they think Hanako had improved a lot in Lily's route compared to her own (It's probably because Lily's route is over a longer period of time, and as such shows more of Hanako's development) Lily's route is great, and has a lot of parts with Hanako if you care to see it as well
User avatar #2 - snipys (12/02/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Alright I will explain this the best I can.

The reason Hisao ended up differently in each route is because the creators wanted to give a different feel and message and apply to different people in each route rather than pretty much make all routes the same with different girls.

I do believe however that like in the Sisterhood fanfic, amazing fanfic btw you HAVE to read it. Hisao would convince himself to start running so he could be healthier for Hanako. Also at the end of Hanako's router he starts working on his grades more when he decides to back off of Hanako for a bit.

Did I help a little?
User avatar #1 - LordZebedee (12/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Well to be fair if Emi hadn't met Hisao then it could have taken her much longer to get over the death of her father, thus still not being able to let anyone close to her.
User avatar #14 - cazabrow (12/03/2013) [-]
Well I just like to think that Emi will heal in time if not ever meeting Hisao, she may be running away from her father's death but she's young and her mind younger, and can't properly comprehend his death without tearing up.
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