Take Me Out to the Ball Game
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Inori-D Station strives to give spoiler-free Episode Reviews and Impressions in this post.
Hiyori has met a girl in a softball playing field. Her name is Yukino Tachibana, and a second-year high schooler.
Yukino was invited by the Team RISE for a practice baseball session, and was able to play. But when it comes to joining, Yukino was hesitant to join them as a team member. There is indeed a past that she can’t even let go, in which it has prevented her to join Hiyori and the others for the baseball game tomorrow.
Let’s go for a quick review!
So this batter is a dojo girl. Yep, and I really know these type of girls when they were lived in a house, which is also a dojo. Something like they were serious as always, and they were always have their minds and body to be trained by any means! And that’s what it is for Yukino Tachibana! Dojo girls are really something, and you can’t easily pull off some pickup humorous lines to impress them.
So Yukino is a baseball player, yet she is denying the fact that she has already played as a player of that game. She should have said that “she is a baseball player… in the past”, instead of telling them that she hasn’t played one, in which I got bit confused. Yep, and it’s also a fact that she is a humble and kind girl, despite that she is very serious in training herself to become a great swordsman.
Story. Somehow, the theme tells that trying is really important if you really wanted to learn something new. There is nothing bad will happen if you try for once.
And in the end, I have learned that we should try to challenge ourselves for something new — something that we had never tried before, or we had never tried it for ourselves. Trying isn’t bad, and how would you know it all if you ain’t even trying?
Overall, this Episode is bit short in pace. I guess there is something to look forward to, since this is just the first part of the actual arc.