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Kyon (キョン) (
2012-01-20 08:49 pm (UTC)
The (Insert word here) of Haruhi Suzumiya
He can stay where he is.
Reason for Canon Update:
Because I fracking love this PSP game and it’s been over a year since I’ve canon updated him.
On the morning of the 23rd of December, Kyon wakes up to find that... it is not the 23rd of December. In fact it’s instead a day back in November, specifically the day of the North High Culture Festival. However that isn’t all, in addition to going back a month he found himself once again in another world, a world without aliens, time travellers and espers where Haruhi Suzumiya went to an entirely different school and the SOS Brigade had never been formed. As Kyon is somewhat baffled by his return to this bizarre world that he had just recently departed, he finds himself confronted by none other than Mikuru Asahina (big), who has come from the future due to a time anomaly threatening the stability of the universe.
The news Kyon receives from Miss Asahina indicates that he has two days to bring the universe back to order, tight deadline right? Fortunately, while he cannot continue any attempts beyond the second day, he and Miss Asahina are both able to travel through time freely within the 48 hour period to constantly retry their attempts to bring the SOS Brigade together. Over a period of several weeks of the same two days over and over, Kyon begins to make progress as the brigade members slowly gain a recollection of who he is through various events including searching for “John Smith”, helping the Literature Club, having his class put on a production of Hamlet and entering Mikuru Asahina (small) into the Miss North High contest.
Honestly? Not much. Other than perhaps a strengthened resentment of time loops.
Still an ordinary human.
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