After Yohane saves the deers and visits Mari, we finally see the last two girls. That is while Yohane is still figuring out something fun that she can only do.
After visiting Mari last time, I find it funny how Lailaps slaps Yohane with her tail. Apparently, she is trying to wake up Yohane which is funny. I find Yohane saying that she was being attacked by some floof with horns when she is reminded of her meeting with Mari. She didn’t believe that the meeting with Mari was real, but it was actually real.
Hanamaru finally introduces Yohane to You. You hand Yohane a letter, and it’s from her mother. Apparently, Yohane blurted out that she couldn’t find something insanely fun yet. Yohane had to explain what it was about. Either way, she ended up helping You out, helping her deliver letters. Yep, she is becoming an errand girl than a fortune teller.
Of course, You go to the place where people can fly after being shoot out of a canon. Seeing a girl do it reminds me of something from Super Mario 64 with the flying cap. Yohane seems reluctant at first since it seems risky. You, of course, try to convince her as it feels good. Eventually, she manages to convince a reluctant Yohane. Sure, it takes some time to get used to flying, but she seems to enjoy it along with the view after she settles down. You eventually join her.
At last, Yohane and You meet Kanan. Believe it or not, she has a large frog-shaped robot that came out of the water. Of course, Kanon just came out, and she apparently gathers stuff she finds and repurposes them in her DIY projects. She also makes and repairs things as You shows off the boots Kanan made.
Aside from delivering the letter, Kanan apparently has a task for Yohane to help repair a broken swing set. While Yohane gets annoyed at the kids calling her an errand girl, they look forward to the new swings. After all, this is the same swing she rode on during her childhood when she was alone. This can explain why Yohane calls it run down. Sure, it looks broken, but Kanan believes anything can get reborn as someone else finds a use for it.
It’s funny to see Yohane mess up nailing a board. This gives me flashbacks of Serufu again, as she couldn’t hammer a nail properly. Of course, Yohane is clumsier as she spills a bucket of paint. Yohane isn’t seeing it because she does not imagine what the new swing set can become. She also had terrible memories of it.
After she changed her mindset by seeing happy children riding it, she was able to help finish it. This is especially true when Lailaps asks if Yohane should recycle her memories. After all, Yohane has sad memories of riding the swings since she was always alone. The big difference is that the three seats are now just one big swing, which brings people together.
Of course, she finally thanked them while Yohane was walking with Hanamaru, Kanan, and You. Kanon reassures Yohane that she doesn’t have to rush to find the insanely fun thing. She shows her a unique view as Yohane promises to reveal the thing when she finds it.
After they ran off to a particular place at the pier, Yohane forgot to stop and fell into the water. While swimming in the ocean for a bit, she came back up. After thinking about the people she helped with the odd jobs, she finally changes her mind about the town. No longer is she gung-ho to leave the town for the city, as it’s apparent that she is willing to help save the town.
Still, it’s heartwarming to see this, especially from that montage. This wouldn’t be possible without Hanamaru bringing her along with the ride. Still, I wonder if Yohane can do the same for Mari, who seems lonely. We’ll find out next time.
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