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Haruhi Suzumiya is a joyful, upbeat female who loves spending time with people she feels aren't normal. On that note, if things were to bore Haruhi, she would put up a bossy, deviant front toward anyone to escape said boredom. The movie is not bad and it is good. If you are a true fan of Haruhi Vote for Her to win the poll. https://www.polltab.com/JbMHX_CfIs5
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I am from the Keroro Wiki, another anime that aired over the same time as Haruhi's original run.
I have only recently started getting into this series and it seems the Wiki's admin team is away at the moment... if there is anyone who has experience in Fandom, I kindly ask that you adopt this wiki and upgrade it to the latest FandomDesktop! I would love to see this community in its fullest.
Aside from that, thank you for welcoming me here.
Konata Izumi Wild Pumas?
Tsukasa Hiiragi The Awsome Puppy?
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Kyon's sister/ Emiri Kimidori
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Suzumiya Haruhi no yuuutsu season 1
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There will also be re-releases of the paperbacks. The Intuition of Haruhi Suzumiya releases worldwide in Japanese and English on November 25, with the English version coming out digitally first before it's released physically in June 2021. The English versions of the older books in the series have pre-orders for their re-releases coming this week.
Lots of stuff of course, but here is a nice article with specifics...
Im the only one in 2020 than dont know why that scene happened:
1.because casually haruhi knew to sing and play the guitarr well before
2.or because, how she is god, she desired/wanted to have her glory moment.
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