The lower-level character Tomozaki Episode 11 encounters various characters who look deep within themselves and see fundamental differences.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for lower-level character Tomozaki Episode 11, “One Choice Can Change Everything,” now airing on Funimation.

Lower level character Tomozaki Episode 10 ended with the mother of all cliffhangers – Hinami and Tomozaki alone in a forest late at night, seemingly about to kiss after he teased her. But the anime’s conclusion makes a fascinating change from the light novel, and it works incredibly well.

In the novel, Tomozaki dodges Hinami’s advance at the last second. Unimpressed, she tells him that she has a long way to go. In the anime, Tomozaki goes backwards, but this time Hinami laughs and taunts him saying “I won this round!” It’s a very important change because here, Hinami keeps her cheerful outer mask on, setting the stage for two difficult conversations later in the episode.

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Aoi Hinami is the perfect hero for everyone around her. She earns the best grades, gets the best career times on the track team, and serves as the Student Council president. Your entire personality is carefully designed to be what everyone else needs in the moment while efficiently achieving your life goals. However, this philosophy can clash with those who prefer to live in the moment and be truly open and honest about their own feelings. This is how Tomozaki operates in the background, and it has inspired someone else.

During the last night of the gang’s summer camping trip, Mizusawa finds Hinami alone and, with Tomozaki hiding nearby, confesses his feelings for her. He tells Hinami that they are very alike, they both have cheerful outer personalities but hide their true selves underneath. He admires people like Nakamura and Tomozaki for moving forward, being his most honest selves, and pursuing what they want most in life. Mizusawa wants to live more spontaneously and tries to get Hinami to open up as well. Hinami smiles and gives a generic answer about how everyone keeps parts of themselves hidden while trying to act on the people around them. Mizusawa, who knows that there is another side to Hinami in the background, is not impressed.

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Aside from a couple of rare moments with Tomozaki, Hinami never takes off her mask. It is always changing and growing to ensure maximum efficiency in everything it does. The feelings of the moment are useless, she believes, because they will soon pass and they are not worth paying attention to. Tomozaki has followed his instructions and advice as strictly as possible and has benefited greatly. He has friends, acquaintances, had a first date and has come to enjoy life. Without Hinami, he would still have no friends, would be miserable, and would live largely without purpose.

However, the two share a fundamental fundamental difference: Tomozaki still feels more comfortable living in the moment, speaking from the heart and considering what he wants most. Hinami believes that everything in life is a goal to be set and achieved for the purpose of personal growth, including Tomozaki’s possible relationship with Kikuchi.

After Tomozaki and Kikuchi go out to a fireworks show together and have fun, he runs into Hinami at a train station. She had set a goal for Kikuchi to become his first girlfriend and told him to confess to Kikuchi during their second date. Tomozaki did not do this, realizing that he needed time to reflect on his true feelings. Does he really want a relationship with Kikuchi, or is he just aiming to achieve the goal Hinami set for him? It is surely not fair to treat Tomozaki or Kikuchi’s feelings as an arbitrary obstacle to overcome.

As Tomozaki shares all of this, Hinami grows increasingly disgusted. Basically, he’s rejecting the core of her overall philosophy and, in his eyes, he’s also rejecting her as a person. Unable to find a compromise, Hinami declares that her training is over and returns the gift she had bought for her, leaving him alone at the station. What Lower level character Tomozaki He’s heading to the end of Season 1, can a stunned Tomozaki save their friendship while sticking to his own personal principles? Despite all of Hinami’s valuable teachings, perhaps Tomozaki can give her a life lesson in return.

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