Aka: The Ice Queen, Yukinon

Gender: Female
Hair Color: Grey
Rank #502
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Anime Roles

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Main
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Main
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax OVA Main
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU OVA Main
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! Main
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! OVA Secondary

Manga Roles

My 4-koma Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected Main
My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected Main
My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected (Light Novel) Main
My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected: Monologue Main

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HallikTruce1111 Sep 17, 2023

I feel like I understood Yukino's character arc. 

She, like Hachiman, had experienced mistreatment from fellow classmates most of her life. Her way of coping with the mistreatment was by lying to herself --- just like Hachiman did to himself. Although she told herself that her good grades and 'being pretty' were the motives behind the mistreatment, she was not saying that out of conceit. It was all part of the elaborate lie she had been telling herself. What was the lie?

"None of this is hurting me."

Hachiman effectively was saying the same thing. He had developed a self-loathing, and a resignation that it was better that no one wanted to be his friend. 

"None of this is hurting me."

Neither had given way to self-pity or bitterness. However, the years of mistreatment had badly distorted their self-images. 

In the story, Yukino doesn't reach her epiphany at the same time Hachiman does. It's not until they're together on the overpass that evening and Hachiman is desperately trying to convince her they were going to end up drifting apart --- and that it was not okay to just accept that. It was time for her to stop lying to herself. Yukino --- like Hachiman --- needed help to see that she did have value.

I felt that Yukino was unaware of her mother's feelings toward her. Because of the distance between them, Yukino interpreted her mother's behavior as disapproval. But in reality Mrs. Yukinoshita loved Yukino very much. She was very pleased with how her daughter handled the negotiations for the second prom. It was glaringly obvious in the way that she approved of the supportive relationship Yukino and Hachiman had developed. She could see they complemented each other as a team. She didn't tell Hachiman to 'watch over her' because she lacked faith in Yukino. She did it because she loved her daughter, and was happy to see that she was finally happy, and that her future looked full of promise. 

Jussayinizzall !!!

Taybella99 Jan 12, 2023

Sorry, but does she have some kind of inferiority complex or something?

Fatalism Jan 8, 2023

Her voice is so soothing

Lirelle Jul 27, 2022

Not a big fan of what they did to her, when since season 2 a lot of side characters got their development and depth, she somehow lost it, she kept on repeating the same things, it was sometimes hard for me to tell what she really wants to achieve and her stubborness could be somehow annoying. 

ClaudyxKay Apr 11, 2022

She's was okay in season 1...

She just became really annoying in season 2.

After watching the 3rd season I'll see my final opinion of her.