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15th Aug '16 5:58:04 PM editorguy
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[[WMG:Mikuru and Kyon have a romantic relationship in the future.]]
There is a lot of evidence to point towards the two having had a relationship at some point in the future. When Asahina the Elder first meets Kyon, she seems surprised that Kyon doesn't remember the star shaped mole on her breast. This alludes that at some point in the future, Kyon sees her breasts suggesting that they had a relationship. Asahina the Elder also gives Kyon the permission to touch her breats, and kiss her past self while sleeping. Her flirtiness implies that they have romantically broken the ice at some point in the future, as she talks to him as if he were a past lover. Throughout the series, there is a lot of romantic chemistry between Kyon and the younger Asahina, further suggesting this as a possibility.
28th May '16 5:00:06 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* And [[MahouSenseiNegima Chao Lingshen]] is her best friend or OddCouple roomate, who inexplicably used outdated spells based on [[LanguageOfMagic Latin]] instead of [[LanguageOfMagic Microsoft SQL]]? I want this to be true ''so'' much.

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* And [[MahouSenseiNegima [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Chao Lingshen]] is her best friend or OddCouple roomate, who inexplicably used outdated spells based on [[LanguageOfMagic Latin]] instead of [[LanguageOfMagic Microsoft SQL]]? I want this to be true ''so'' much.
5th May '16 3:34:28 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Which means she is also [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann Kamina]]'s relative, with LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya being the distant past of TTGL....

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* Which means she is also [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Kamina]]'s relative, with LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya being the distant past of TTGL....
3rd Dec '15 8:14:17 PM defenastrator
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She was just fiddling with some strange alien technology she found one day and accidentally made a time machine out of it.

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She was just fiddling with some strange alien technology she found one day and accidentally made a time machine out of it.it.
* Don't you just hate when your just a home microwaving banana's and suddenly you accidentally make a time machine
31st Oct '15 11:16:16 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Mikuru's spaciness is because of her memory intentionally being "[[QuantumLeap swiss-cheesed]]" to prevent paradox.]] She's the tool of the Future to change the Past. Having her memory change with each change would cause undue stress, so she's intentionally "dumbed down." Note her future self, who is also her Superior, doesn't have this problem in the slightest.

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[[WMG:Mikuru's spaciness is because of her memory intentionally being "[[QuantumLeap "[[Series/QuantumLeap swiss-cheesed]]" to prevent paradox.]] She's the tool of the Future to change the Past. Having her memory change with each change would cause undue stress, so she's intentionally "dumbed down." Note her future self, who is also her Superior, doesn't have this problem in the slightest.
11th Apr '15 4:49:23 PM Darkstarr
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* This Troper suspects that they only ''appear'' rare because they have been subjected to intense psychological conditioning not to reveal their true nature to prevent creating paradoxes, and are extensively trained to behave as though they were, in fact, "normal" inhabitants of the era that they are assigned to. (This also explains why Mikuru half-jokingly says that her true age is also "classified information"--that information, too, has been subjected to mental blocks so as not to reveal that Mikuru was trained to act like a native of the late 20th/early 21st century as much as possible.)
** Which, logically, means that future agents probably have intense psychological blocks against "going native" in the times they're assigned to--which is the 'real' reason why Mikuru can't get involved in a romantic/sexual relationship with Kyon, as much as she obviously wants to. It's not just that she fears Haruhi's jealousy, it's also because doing so would cause her to prefer our present to her own time...
28th Oct '14 7:09:11 AM Technicolourtardis
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* Time travel is so immensely difficult that only a few people can either handle the stress or survive having the TPDD inserted in their brains.
* The faction only picks people who are easily manipulated to do what the faction wants.
* They're rare because few people are so trustworthy as to not break the Time-Space Continuum.


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18th Oct '14 4:00:28 PM Technicolourtardis
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** Except that [[spoiler:she did a similar (albeit sightly different) promise to Kyon: that when the time comes she ''will be the one saving Kyon-kun''. A priomise he knows Mikuru will fulfill.]]

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** Except that [[spoiler:she did a similar (albeit sightly different) promise to Kyon: that when the time comes she ''will be the one saving Kyon-kun''. A priomise promise he knows Mikuru will fulfill.]]




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** There is a lot of evidence to this not being a throwaway line, too; the books and the anime alike are incredibly meticulous about details; nothing happens or is just said for no real reason. There's always meaning. Absolutely everything happens for a reason. Faeiries are also a lot more morally ambiguous, just like the older Asahina. They're tricksters by nature and often wander into LiteralGenie territory. You can't trust them. It might mean nothing (which is ironic coming off what I just said), but I remember watching the anime (something I just finished doing once more), and every time I do, there's something Asahina does that just seems... off to me. It's something that she does that never, to my recollection, happens again. Ever. It's when Asahina wants to tell Kyon that she's from the future. She suddenly rushes ahead of him and turns to talk to him. What I always find utterly peculiar is that she's suddenly extremely serious in both voice and expression. As far as I remember, at no other time does she ever act or look that serious again. Usually she stumbles over herself trying to ask him to do something for her (such as travel back in time during Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody) or can't articulate it (as in Endless Eight). While it's vital he understand, it's still odd that any other time it's extremely important that Kyon understand something she's never serious again. Did her mask slip?
18th Oct '14 3:42:18 PM Technicolourtardis
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\n* I also want to contribute something: Kyon tells Haruhi he has a thing for ponytails, and as pointed out on the Fridge Horror page, Kyon's little sister also wears her hair in a ponytail. Perhaps he has a thing for ponytails because he's attracted to Mikuru, unaware she's his sister, but subconsciously aware of it and so associates ponytails with things he likes on a girl he finds attractive?

14th Oct '14 9:41:48 AM Technicolourtardis
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** She could just be lying, you know. Trying to make it seem like she comes form a much, much further future than she really does to keep her cover. I genuinely cannot ever see boats going away, because people like cruises and kayaking and fishing for pleasure and for work and other things that involve going on the water. There will always be a market for it, and in accordance to her above-mentioned lacklustre education, I also find it pretty hard to believe that someone living in '''''Japan''''', a bloody '''archipelago''' where seafood is a staple of Japanese diet, wouldn't know the ocean is salty. She's got to be lying.

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** She could just be lying, you know. Trying to make it seem like she comes form a much, much further future than she really does to keep her cover. I genuinely cannot ever see boats going away, because people like cruises and kayaking and fishing for pleasure and for work and other things that involve going on the water. There will always be a market for it, and in accordance to her above-mentioned lacklustre education, I also find it pretty hard to believe that someone living in '''''Japan''''', ''Japan'', a bloody '''archipelago''' ''archipelago'' where seafood is a staple of Japanese diet, wouldn't know the ocean is salty. She's got to be lying.
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