>>183906263>It is not.
It is.>The scope of the story didn't change, we were just tying the loose ends before the real climax/turning point happened, the kiss.
That's your interpretation. Was there a reason to do that? No.>Itsuki and Miku were the ones that set everything in motion on their own.
Nino telling Fuutarou his job is over made him afraid that he will be unnecessary again. That's why he was so aggressive when Miku asked what's their relationship, which led to Fuutarou talking about it with Itsuki.
The whole fake Itsuki has happened because Fuutarou told Miku about Nino's confession. Before that she still wanted him to be her tutor.>It hadn't
It had. We can actually see how it had affected him.>similar way when he thought that Miku would confess to him in chapter 3.
Nope. It was immediately shot down. Nino's confession was a real deal and it had effect on him.>The real change comes with chapter 68, where the story actually aknowledged it.
Not really. We've seen none of the change you're speaking of compared to 61.> so family drama happening or not doesn't matter anymore, the turning point already happened.
Exactly. The turning point is in 59. The family drama in Scrambled Eggs happening or not doesn't matter anymore, the turning point already happened.
Glad we got that sorted out.>sounds like headcanon fueled by anon's inhability to see that, in fact
Sounds like you're assblasted for no reason.> there's more to the story than Nino, as seen by the previous arc.
Of course there is and I never said otherwise, but in the end it's going to be:
First part is Nino falling for Fuutarou, ending with her confession in 59.
Second part is Fuutarou falling for Nino, ending with their wedding.