>>187107023>Wrong actions are wrong, her intentions were selfish just like ichikas. Good that you acknowledge that. The result of her actually getting her way would be Fuutarou being discouraged and stop tutoring the quints. You're lucky it was itsuki who found out.
Yes, her actions would have resulted in Fuutaro no longer being their teacher. Which would have benefited everyone in the end (except Fuutaro himself, but this goes without saying of course). You're the only one here pushing the narrative of Miku being perfectly pure and whatever; yes she did bad things, but the intent wasn't the same at all and isn't the same as Ichika and it wasn't to give her an upstart, which is the main difference which Ichika, who appears as a coward because of it because Negi needed some kind of villain (just like how Miku was the "villain" of scrambled egg).
It's not about the character being perfectly fair, pure, whatever. It's about it not using underhanded means when it comes to romance. Which is more of a problem with Ichika because it came out of nowhere compared to Miku that had a ton of buildup where she did other things in a legit way beforehand.
And the context is quite different. You're comparing Ichika with a time where everyone was disguised as Itsuki to begin with.
Nope, Miku isn't perfectly "white" in this at all, although it resulted in less problems, but saying that it's the same thing is stupid and make you look like a stupid hater unable to understand that their intents weren't the same. You should compare what can be compared, and blame what can be blamed (and to be clear, yes, Miku can be blamed for this part, despite how beautifully drawn this chapter was and its positive results. I have no doubt that Ichika's actions will have positive results too, teaching the quints to be more independant, but her actions were way more targeted)