CLANNAD: After Story – Episode 10

It’s CLANNAD: After Story Episode 10. Nagisa starts going back to school, but Okazaki feels like he’s being a burden on her and her family and decides to move out and get a real job.

Nagisa starts going back to school for her 3rd repeat of her senior year while Okazaki starts working at the bread shop. However, soon Tomoya starts felling like that he’s putting undue pressure on Nagisa by staying with her family, especially after Nagisa’s failure to make new friends and keep the drama club open. As a result, Okazaki starts looking for a place to move to, but isn’t having much luck. He then runs into Kyou and Ryou in town, where Ryou tells him of a place which is pretty cheap that a friend is going to be moving out of soon.

Okazaki also runs into Yoshino (the former singer and husband of Fuko’s sister) who remarks how the power company is looking for work. As a result of all of this, Okazaki moves out and starts working at the power company, but this life turns out to be a lot harder than Okazaki was anticipating.

And the After Story arc keeps rolling on as Okazaki finally gets a job and moves out on his own. Of course, climbing power polls is a tough job, and it ends up being more than Okazaki expected, but he keeps trying to work at it.

I have a feeling that it’s only a matter of time before Nagisa moves in with him. She’s coming over to cook breakfast and dinner for him every day as it is, anyway, so it’s probably be easier for her to just move in. Also, is anyone else finding it hard to distinguish between Okazaki and Yoshino at times when they’re in their work clothes?

I don’t have much idea where this is ultimately going (though I do know a few vauge things based on spoilers) so It’ll be interesting to see how the show goes from one thing to another. However, I will say this: Akio’s suddenly disappearing for a time and no one knowing where he’s going…I have a feeling we’re going to hear more about that later.


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  1. Actually, it never occurred to me that Akio’s disappearances might have been some form of foreshadowing, though it seems almost obvious in retrospect. Either way, I’m hoping things hold together for at least a little while longer; I don’t think I can ever get bored of watching Tomoya and Nagisa together ;P

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