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Recap & Analysis of the Final Episode of the Third Season of “Kaguya-sama”
Miyuki Shirogane tries to confess to the President in the eleventh episode of the third season of ‘Kaguya-sama: Love is War,’ which is titled ‘Miyuki Shirogane Wants to Make Her Confess/Part 4, Tsubame Koyasu Wants to Say No, and Miyuki Shirogane Wants to Make Her Confess/Part 5’ The anime follows the titular protagonist as In the meantime, Tsubame is perplexed about why she turned down Ishigami, so she consults Kaguya for guidance on the matter. Miyuki reveals something unexpected to Kaguya that she has learned. Here is everything you need to know about the eleventh episode of the third season of “Kaguya-sama: Love is War.”
Love is War: The Recap for Episode 11 of Season 3 of Kaguya-sama
Kaguya is unable to speak up to her crush Miyuki about her feelings, despite the fact that she has given it her all to find a method to confess her affections to Miyuki. In the meantime, the festival will be over very soon, which means that she does not have very much time left. As a result, she keeps a low profile as she monitors the balloon art area and waits for the President to become available before she approaches him with the pretext of wanting to purchase something from him. According to the legend that is told at the cultural celebration, those who exchange their hearts will eventually find everlasting love.
As a result, Kaguya is overjoyed to see that Miyuki included a toy balloon in the shape of a heart on the list of products that may be purchased from him. However, instead of outright asking for it, she progressively lays up conditions that automatically rule out any other things that Miyuki can produce with the balloons. This is done so that she can have what she wants. When there is just one item left on the list, the President does not waste any time in constructing the present in the shape of a heart for Kaguya.
However, later on, Miyuki reveals to the titular protagonist that in order to repay him, she will need to give him a gift in the shape of a heart. This is because, according to the price list that he has already presented to her, the item cannot be purchased with money. When Kaguya realizes the seriousness of the situation, she breaks into a cold sweat and bolts from the room. She is well aware of the repercussions that such a gift could have during the Cultural Festival. Later on that day, when Miyuki sees Kaguya heading toward him in the corridor, he asks her whether she would be interested in going to the festival activities with him. Kaguya says that she would.
However, Kaguya points out that other students might start rumors that they are dating each other if they spend the day at the festival together, and she says that this is something that they should be aware of. Strangely, the President does not seem concerned by her warning, and the two of them then start investigating the various happenings at the school. When Kaguya sees the board for fortune-telling, she inquires of Miyuki as to whether or not he would be interested in having his fortune read.
She hopes to corner the President and witness his reactions to some of the embarrassing predictions that were made by the student who was arranging the event, which is an interesting fact given that she is aware of the predictions that were made by the student who was organizing the event. As Kaguya had anticipated, the fortune-teller made remarks that were both groundless and embarrassing regarding the two individuals’ friendship. Miyuki, on the other hand, gave off the impression of being quite calm and did not react very much to what happened. The fortune-teller later told both of them that they would make an ideal relationship because of the many ways in which they complement one another and are therefore very compatible with one another.
After that, Kaguya and Miyuki spent the remainder of the day hanging out together and participating in a variety of activities. As soon as they entered the room that houses the Students’ Council, the President informed Kaguya that he had something important to discuss with her. He surprised her by handing her a letter that he had gotten earlier that day and telling her that he would be graduating from high school a year early since he had been admitted to Stanford. This news caused her to be taken aback.
The question that will be answered at the end of Kaguya-sama: Love is War season 3 episode 11 is whether or not Tsubame will accept Ishigami’s proposal
Tsubame had asked Ishigami for some time to make her decision after he had proposed to her in public, and she had begun avoiding him after he granted her his request. Tsubame quickly began asking Kaguya for guidance on how to reject boys the moment she noticed Kaguya approaching in the direction she was heading. At this moment, the protagonist of the story was ignorant that Ishigami had proposed to her. She reasoned that he could not be the proposer because he did not have the capacity to express his thoughts in front of others.
However, it turned out to be a tremendous miscalculation on her part, and in the end, she ended up advising other people to turn down the amorous approaches of the boy who had proposed to her. When Kaguya found out that they were discussing Ishigami, however, she abruptly changed her tone and did all in her power to take back the advise that she had previously given. It seems like Tsubame cannot be persuaded to change her mind at this time, which is really unfortunate.
Tsubame was struck speechless after seeing Ishigami defend Miko as the two of them were strolling about the school. Fortunately, this occurred at the same time. It dawned on her all of a sudden that she had never seen him in such a manner before. The unintentional observation led to the realization that perhaps she should get to know him better before making a determination about their future together. Therefore, Tsubame does not decide whether she will accept or decline Ishigami’s proposal; rather, she decides to postpone making a choice in order to spend more time getting to know Ishigami.