So here we are at the end of Usagi Drop! This is the episode where you find out that Daikichi was dead all along and is actually a ghost, that Rin kills Dumbledore, and that Kouki is Keyzer Soze. Sorry for the spoilers!
…umm… No. In case you haven’t figured it out already, Usagi Drop isn’t about drama and shocking plot twists. ^_^ What you do get, though, is a cute little conclusion to a lovely little series. I’ve enjoyed it so much, and I hope you have too! This show made me almost want to be a mother someday. And for someone as relationship / family-phobic as me, that’s quite something. :’D
Thank you all so much for watching, and for sticking with me on the first anime series I’ve translated from start to finish. My Japanese is mostly self-taught, and some days I feel like I’m a pretty poor excuse for a translator, but I’m learning a lot from fansubbing, and I’m glad that I can be of help to people while I do so. ^_^
A big thank you, too, to all here at Doki, and in particular, to my wonderful teammates Calyrica, Psi and Holo, without whom my crappy translations would never see the light of day. I love you all! Thanks for your endless patience, and for generally chatting to me and making translation a lot less painful than it is when it’s just you and a blinking cursor. :’D
Anyway, that’s enough from me. Enjoy the episode, and have a wonderful end to September! I hope to see lots of you in a couple of weeks when we face up, hold out, and reach out to the truth of translating the anime adaptation of the fantastic Persona 4.
Much love! I hope that Usagi Drop has made your Thursday evenings as happy, happy, happy as it has mine! ^^
HD: [Doki] Usagi Drop – 11 (1280×720 h264 AAC) [264E0B63].mkv
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