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Although Kyon is superficially attracted to Haruhi, this kiss is actually a ploy to distract her and save the world. Fortunately it works and the. Their relationship wont progress too fast, because I want it to look more natural. Pairing: Haruhi X Kyon Enjoy! Disclaimer: I do not own the characters in the story . After revealing themselves to Kyon, the trio of Yuki, Mikuru and Itsuki all state .. Regardless, Haruhi's relationship with Kyon has often been described as an.
In middle school, East Junior HighHaruhi becomes known for several things, such as putting talismans up around school, dating and often immediately dumping every guy who asks her out Kyon thinks Taniguchi might have been one of these boysand, most notably, drawing a huge graffiti mural on the field on the night of Tanabatayear 0, which drew the attention of the newspaper. Kyon was actually the one who drew this under Haruhi's orders after he and Mikuru traveled back in time.
According to Yuki Nagatothe mural meant "I am right here". Thanks to the dark, Haruhi could not make out his face, and so Kyon used the alias "John Smith" to further keep himself secret. Shortly after, the same night from Haruhi's perspectiveKyon shouted out to her "Cheers to saving the world by overloading it with fun with John Smith! The consequence of her ability erupting was a timequake preventing time traveling to before this point.
This also seems to have sundered the timelines of Fujiwara and Mikuru Asahina. Until she went to high school, Haruhi sought "John Smith" at other schools, but was unable to find him. The SOS Brigade Haruhi's insignia awoke a data organism When Haruhi attends North Highshe introduced herself to Class in a strange way, saying she was only interested in aliensesperstime travelers and sliders.
Kyon was intrigued by this introduction. His new friend Taniguchi noticed Kyon's interest. Taniguchi had gone to her middle school and told Kyon of her strange behavior there. Kyon noticed her continuing to act strangely: Haruhi joined and abandoned each of the school's student clubs in a day even abandoning the Supernatural Research Societyand changed her hairstyle for each day of the week in an effort to attract aliens.
Kyon began talking to Haruhi about her strange behavior, making him the first person there to openly talk to her.
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Their first conversation was about her hairstyle changes; she asked if they had met before. She takes an interest in him because he reminds her of John Smith. When he asked her about joining clubs, she told him they were all boring. Due to the conversations, Kyon drew the attention of Ryoko Asakurathe club president, who was happy that Haruhi was paying attention to him, and upset that Haruhi ignored her. Afterward, Asakura repeatedly changed the seating arrangements, but Haruhi always ended up sitting behind Kyon.
Haruhi told him about all the clubs she had joined, and why they were so boring. Kyon gave a long speech about human inventiveness. Haruhi's immediate reaction was negative, but during a class, she excitedly announced she would form her own club. She dragged Kyon with her to a room used by Yuki Nagato of the Literature Club to use as their club room and abducting Mikuru Asahinaat which she announces the name of the club the SOS Brigade and transfer student Itsuki Koizumi to join her club, Haruhi unknowingly drags the exact types of people she wants into her life.
The club room and the SOS Brigade When Haruhi sees Kyon wrestling with Mikuru over a computer mouse, she becomes jealous and creates an alternate reality a closed space in which she and Kyon are the only inhabitants. This becomes a threat, as the new world would possibly replace the old world. By kissing her, using clues from Yuki and a future Mikuru, Kyon convinces Haruhi to bring the old world back.
Haruhi thus becomes a participant in many activities surrounding her that she does not understand: Over the vacation between first and second year at North High, Haruhi met Kyon and his friend from middle school Sasaki. Unfortunately, Sasaki introduced herself as an "old friend" of Kyon's, seemingly making Haruhi jealous. This resulted in the creation of closed space. You can help Haruhi Wiki by expanding it.
In her second year, Haruhi starts to accept new first-year recruits into her Brigade, but is picky about who enters; she kicks out who she wants and challenges those who have the guts to return to the brigade room. When Yuki mysteriously falls ill, Haruhi organizes the rest of the brigade to go rescue her. In The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiyashe shows a much more human and even motherly side when she cooks and makes remedies for the ailing Yuki. Because Haruhi lives next door to the boy who is implied to have created Mikuru's TPDDKyon realizes that it is possible for the boy to have seen the theory and thus create the mechanism.
Alternate Haruhi appears in the Disappearance arc. She becomes a key player in this arc and helps Kyon to return to his former world.
When Kyon tells her about espers, time travelers, and aliens, she believes him and helps gather all the members of the brigadeallowing Kyon to go back in time to Tanabatayear 0, call out to Haruhi to "take care of Kyon" and eventually restore the world.
This erased the alternate reality constructed by Yuki Nagato. She asks him why he's wearing his "old high school uniform" then is called out to by someone in the distance College Kyon. She appears confused and surprised as to why a uniform-clad Kyon was in front of her and a normal one calling out to her at the same time. Kyon time hops to another time-plane right after that. Her age is speculated to be anywhere from 19 to Kyon comments that her hair had grown out since high school.
Yasumi Watahashi The appearance of Yasumi. She expected him to recognize her voice and said she was only expecting to say hi to him and hear his voice. Kyon briefly seemed to confuse her with Haruhi. She also said that if she needed to trouble him another time, to please take care of her, and wanted to be with him for a longer time. Yasumi was initially presented as a freshman showing interest in joining the SOS Brigadebecoming the only one to pass the "tests" Haruhi sets forth the last one being to match Haruhi's endurance in a marathon to join on Wednesday.
She became an extremely enthusiastic member on Thursday. Haruhi told the SOS Brigade members to instruct her in things like tea making. Kyon felt there was something unusual about her, but when he told Koizumi this, he said that he felt no worry. Haruhi specifically mentioned that Kyon had worked on it, but Yasumi insulted its crudity.
Kyon, feeling suspicious, invited Koizumi outside to "play catch", but this was really an excuse to discuss Yasumi without Haruhi overhearing. Koizumi said that Yasumi was probably there because Haruhi desired a new club member, and furthermore, he believed that Asahina knew nothing about her. While they tossed balls at each other, Yasumi threw them a paper airplane. It had a message written on it: Upon returning, Kyon noted she had greatly altered the website, but Yasumi had left early.
She had apologized repeatedly to Haruhi, saying something had come up. However, when Kyon made it home, Yasumi was waiting in his room for him.
She said she just wanted to visit him but made confusing statements, such as not being able to keep pets anymore and wanting to see some in friends' houses.
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She left quickly, saying "let's meet again" and asking him not to hate her. Asahina revealed that Yasumi had left a strange flower from the mountain near Tsuruya 's place at the clubroom. Kyon was worried, as a previous note delivered to him in this way nearly resulted in his death at the hands of Ryoko Asakuraso he first tried to find Yasumi, and upon failing to find her he went to Nagato for assistance. Nagato told him she was nothing, but there was no student by that name at the school.
Nagato also said she was "different" from an alien, time traveler, esper or slider. Nagato couldn't reveal if Yasumi was normal "at that moment" but said the meeting would likely have a positive outcome, and that Yasumi could assist him in some matter. Meanwhile, Yasumi met Haruhi and told her she had to skip class going to the clubroom that day. At the clubroom after school, Koizumi arrived late and noticed the flower that Yasumi had brought.
He took pictures of it and sent it to sources, who informed him it was an orchid. Kyon had to embarrassingly excuse himself to avoid Haruhi and return to the clubroom. He found Yasumi there, and she looked happy. She said she didn't know what would happen when someone knocked at the door.
Another Kyon walked in, and Yasumi got them to clasp hands and combine into one. She called him "sempai", but noted she'd made a mistake. She said they would meet again before vanishing. Tachibana admitted them to the school, which was under Sasaki's closed space. Upon entering the clubroom, they discovered another Kyon along with Yasumi.
She got the Kyon's to clasp hands and combine into one. They combined into one Koizumi as well. Combined Timeline A disembodied voice Yasumi's explained what happened to Kyon. Meanwhile, the school appeared to be within Haruhi's closed space as well as Sasaki's. Kuyou used her powers to summon Haruhi to threaten her and so force Kyon to move Haruhi's powers. When negotiations proved fruitless, Kyon jumped out of a window to catch Haruhi.
Both looked like they would fall to the courtyard and die from the fall. However, they were caught by the hand of a celestial. The celestial started attacking the clubroom when time slowed down Kyon noticed Yasumi standing on the roof of the school. Kyon and Haruhi were taken away to separate times and places. Haruhi was simply returned home. Kyon appeared a month later in Haruhi's bedroom, requiring Asahina to return him to his proper time.
Afterward, Koizumi opined that Yasumi was a portion of Haruhi's subconscious. While Haruhi didn't know about her own powers and was insensate during the aggressive negotiations, Yasumi had a much better idea of what was going on, and deliberately ended Sasaki's closed space. Both closed spaces crumbled when Kyon and Haruhi were taken away.
Koizumi explained Yasumi's name an anagram of Haruhi Suzumiya to Kyon. By the next Monday Yasumi had contacted Haruhi and let her know she had to quit, as she wasn't really a North High student. Yasumi claimed to be a middle school student who had acquired a North High uniform.
Observation Nagato and Koizumi both denied that there was anything unusual about her; Koizumi admitted she might be a little unusual but that it amounted to nothing, and she wasn't a threat to the Brigade. Watahashi requested her name be spelled in a certain way to make her name's meaning more obviouswears a hairpin with an emblem of a faint smile at the end of The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya, Haruhi comments on Yasumi's hair accessory and mentions that she wore something similar herself in elementary schooland wore a North High uniform which appeared to be too large for her.
And yet there were so many more cars, so many more houses, so many more buildings, and the tiny people, so much more life than I could comprehend.
How long would it take just to talk to all the tiny dots that were visible from here, and hear out their stories? Looking out over that vast panorama, my imagination couldn't help but picture a curtain of grey nothingness sweeping across it - I drew back my head from the brief artificial ledge.
I swallowed hard, and tried to suppress the feeling that I was going to throw up. I had the feeling I was a little more afraid of heights than I had realized just from riding on rollercoasters.
My plan hadn't accounted for that. So I drew back, and watched Haruhi look out over the world As she looked, some of the concern eased from her face. Soon Haruhi was relaxed, smiling, delighted by the view.
Of course that idiot goddess wouldn't be afraid of heights. Finally Haruhi turned her head away from the world, and looked at me. She said, "It really is much more beautiful like this than just looking out a window from high up. I was surprised by how gentle I sounded.
Even so, can you please take this seriously, listen to me seriously, and reply to me seriously, if it's just for one small hour? She shot me a look as if to say 'Stop questioning me. Maybe that girl got to be God by virtue of being the ultimate island of stability. I raised a hand to gesture out at the panorama, and began. According to all the stories, this ordinary world is what the extraordinary people try to protect.
If you read a comic book about superheroes, it would be about superheroes defending all those everyday lives. The superheroes wouldn't be trying to cure AIDS or feed starving children in Africa or otherwise change the world.
We have scientists for that sort of thing. No, a superhero is someone who defends that ordinary, everyday life from the forces that try to change it. Even if those stories come from our imagination, still, those are the people we praise above all others. Still, she opened her mouth in reply and poured forth her own thoughts on the subject: Haruhi could hardly be expected to agree with any words in praise of normality.
To gain anything beyond your current life, or even fix something terribly wrong in your current life, you have to risk losing what you already have. It's like how it's prohibited for us to be on this rooftop.
With us kneeling down like this, we won't fall, and a gust of wind won't blow us off the edge. So why isn't this beautiful view available to everyone? Well, but what if we decided to throw a bowling ball off this building?
Since this rooftop is meters high, the bowling ball would fall for 7. If someone did manage to fall off this rooftop, then the normal laws of physics, which don't care about human beings any differently from bowling balls, would dictate that they die.
To obtain the joy of this beautiful view, people would have to risk something they already have. Losing something you already have is much more painful than giving up a possibility that hasn't been realized. That's why most people allow themselves to be trapped in normality, even when it's uncomfortable.
Brigade doesn't have any right to look down on those people, Haruhi. Because even in the S. Brigade, you might find people who were afraid to move forward and reach for more, if that risked the status quo we call 'the ordinary world'.
Of course she didn't really see at all. I looked back out on the world. If things can't possibly stay the same way forever, then when will I confront the risk? Is it better to wait until we're older, when our youthful idealism has been ground down by the many compromises an adult makes in order to be successful? Or is it better to just let things slide, not thinking about the distant future, until finally it all falls down?
I think that's what the people who defend the status quo might not realize.
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And -" My voice stumbled. It's not even that I found my courage. I just realized that it wasn't possible, in the long run, for things to stay this way indefinitely. What happens when you're thirty years old? What happens when you're ninety years old? In the long run, the status quo can't possibly persist. Once I realized that, it wasn't even a question of courage any more. Just a question of timing. So I want to try talking with you a little more honestly, Haruhi.
I would like to change the subject back to the one that you introduced the day before yesterday. You mean the topic of God.Haruhi gets on Kyon's nerves!
Haruhi was looking puzzled, and as for me, the words seemed to be sticking in my throat again. The debate was about faith. What does Haruhi think about the concept of faith? Certainly a statement like that was very characteristic of Haruhi, but - "Don't you think that some people might criticize you for holding that stance, and simultaneously wanting to meet psychics, aliens, and time-travelers?
Rather than resting on faith, I am trying to test my beliefs and obtain evidence. Therefore, my attitude is scientifically correct. In other words, it's like someone telling a lie about being sick, who, when challenged, has to forge a note from the doctor, and then later, give a phone number for the doctor which connects to a friend's cellphone.
If you had to keep on defending a lie for long enough, you would eventually invent the doctrine of 'it is virtuous to believe no matter what'. In proof of this, the theologian offered the analogy of someone who's told that their lover has been unfaithful to them. If the evidence wasn't conclusive - and if you really loved that person - then you might think of everything they meant to you, and everything that you had done together, and go on putting trust in them.
To trust someone because you love them more than anything - we would even call this believing in your lover. This, the theologian said, was the emotional experience at the root of faith, not just a trick of argument to win a debate.
That's what an atheist wouldn't understand, because they were treating the whole thing as a logical question, and missing out on the emotional side of everything, like Spock. Someone who has faith is trusting God just like you would trust the one you loved most. In my mind I visualized the Earth as seen from above in the photos taken from spacecraft, a great glowing blue-white orb. In my mind I visualized the stars.
Slowly turning, the Earth, forever shining, the stars. I tried to draw strength from that image, since I couldn't exactly pray to God. It was time to risk something I already had. I muttered something about needing to stand up, and walked away from the ledge a little. I couldn't look out at the panoramic view of the city without imagining a grey curtain sweeping across.
I turned back to Haruhi, and said: Not by any means. The awful tension was coming out into my voice, now. Suddenly the cellphone in my pocket gave two silent buzzes, the signal for a Sealed Reality forming - a large one, but not a huge one, not yet. So I stepped a little to my left, so that my shadow would fall on Haruhi. From her perspective it must have looked like I was a darkness blocking out the Sun. Then she is not omnipotent. Is God able, but not willing? Then she is malevolent.
Is she both able and willing? Is she neither able nor willing? Then why call her God. If someone deliberately made this world like that, then she couldn't be forgiven either. For the longest time I didn't think about that.
I just went to school on weekdays. Maybe I can't be forgiven for that, either. Conventional religions try to talk about free will, which doesn't make any sense for letting children be born with uncurable diseases.
Conventional religions talk about God's inscrutable wisdom. Can you think of a good reason for God to do that, Haruhi? If," I swallowed, "if you do have an answer, I'm willing to hear it out. If you eliminate the atheistic answer to the Riddle of Epicurus - that there is no being of omnipotent power - then that leaves the possibility that God is, is malevolent.
That God created the whole universe as a dream to entertain itself, just because it was bored; and it doesn't mind when the people in the dream suffer. Maybe God is entertained by the suffering, or maybe God just doesn't care one way or the other.
Wouldn't that be the most terrible betrayal of all? If you trusted God like trusting the one you loved most, and it turned out that God was a monster that created the world out of boredom to divert itself, absolute power and absolute callousness?
If God's true heart is like that, some alien uncaring thing, then we're all doomed anyway, and the world might as well end sooner rather than later. I don't want to live if God is like that! I looked at her, and she looked just like an ordinary school girl, dressed prettily in jeans and sneakers and a shirt with a diamond cut out above her breasts. Not alien, or cold, at all.
Like Koizumi said, the truth might be outside the conventional categories. I mean - what if God were omnipotent, but not omniscient? What if she could do anything, and didn't know it? What if she honestly didn't know that she had the power to do something about the world? What if she wasn't even thinking about all the horrors of the world, just like I wasn't thinking about them for so long?
Then God might, might, she might even be a good person after all. Someone who would save people and take care not to shatter the Earth, if she knew that she was God. Because I have faith in you, Suzumiya Haruhi. She walked closer to me. Her arms twitched for a moment, like she wanted to reach out to me.
I don't understand what you're talking about. In my imagination, if not in reality, the whole universe held its breath, waiting for God to respond. It's not a figure of speech or a koan, it's a plain fact. The answer to the great question of theology is 'God is Suzumiya Haruhi'. She looked as if she was trying not to burst into tears.
In my pocket, my cellphone vibrated three times. Well, you would expect a girl to be upset if the boy she liked had gone insane. I was also surprised when I first heard, but I've seen unmistakeable things over the last two years, and there's no doubt that it's the truth.
Will you hear me out? I can offer you evidence -" And I took a step closer to her, so that I was almost touching her, and leaned forward slightly - "Don't! She was starting to cry, now. A kiss isn't evidence! A kiss isn't something that couldn't possibly happen if I'm not God! I won't let our first kiss be so sad! I won't let our first kiss be wasted like that!
I'd thought that was a figure of speech before, but her cheeks literally went white as the blood drained from them. And I stepped closer to her again, and I said those same words again, which I'd never forgotten: