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Except for Hayate's random romantic feelings for Nagi. typical in shonen that romance is seen as the deepest and highest relationship. ok if u know a bit about the non-translated manga u know that after the arguing between hayate and athena he went crying aimlessly and. Another twist to their relationship was that Nagi thought of Hayate as her . but firm authority and there were no more swarming questions.
After Maria tries to convince Klaus to stay, Klaus decides to challenge Hayate to a "serve-the-lady" match to see who is the better butler. Klaus fails at this and has his mind set on retiring. Maria comes up with a plan that involves Hayate's female alter ego, Hermione. This plan fails as well and just before Klaus is about to leave, Nagi thinks of a way to make Klaus stay. Her plan succeeds and Klaus decides to stay as a Sanzen'in butler. The next day, Klaus is ironing the newspapers for Nagi, while Hayate and Maria were glad Klaus recovered.
Hayate tells her that he likes girls that are normal and makes a passing remark that Nagi "wouldn't understand". Nagi runs off in rage, determined to learn how to be 'normal'. Nagi meets Ayumu and comes to the conclusion that tagging along with her will help her learn how to be 'normal'. After a day of following and bothering Ayumu, she invites Nagi to stay at her place. Ayumu gives Hayate a call, at Nagi's request, to inform him that Nagi will be staying over.
It turns out that Hayate has been following them. Just as Hayate was about to leave, Isumi shouts in distress, trapped at the top of a nearby tower.
Wataru rushes to save her before Hayate while Saki rushes to save a clumsily climbing Wataru. When Isumi falls along with Wataru, Hayate catches both of them. Just like the previous Christmas party, Nagi escapes - this time with Hayate.
They head to Loser Park where Nagi tries to make romantic advances on Hayate, but they are interrupted by a mysterious dark butler, Cyborg Butler, and Superintendent Kirika. Hayate is knock unconscious, but they are saved by Himegami Akanewho now calls himself Princess God.
In Hayate's dream, his parents appear and they don't believe he is a butler. He woke up the next morning, and Nagi and Maria were desperately waiting for him to wake up.
Himegami was on a chair while Klaus argues with him about his banishment as a Sanzenin butler. Throughout the day, Hayate fails at all his butler chores. Maria and Nagi are worried and want Hayate to take a day off. As Hayate felt disappointed what has happened to himself, Himegami explains it is because Kirika drained all his butler powers.
In order to keep Nagi safe, Hayate resigns as Nagi's butler and leaves the mansion. Meanwhile in Hakuou's dome, Kirika asks Hayate to wear the ancient butler robe which has been rejecting countless butlers.
In exchange, she promises to leave Nagi and her fortune alone. Hinagiku found out about Hayate, she calls Nagi that Hayate was getting blackmailed over the Sanzenin estate.
Nagi, Hinagiku, Himegami and the SPs come to Hayate's rescue, but they arrive too late, as Hayate has turned into a nekomimi maid. They battle Kirika and Shion who're under the curse of the white snake and during the battle, Nagi's pleas reach Hayate. The nekomimi maid uniform transforms into the legendary butler uniform.
When the dome starts to collapse, Hayate, Nagi, Hinagiku, and Himegami managed to get out of there, to their safety. Himegami gets a hold of the legendary butler uniform, and then disappeared.
Kirika and Shion somehow survived and still flirt each other. Realizing that it's still Christmas, Nagi made a stop at Loser Park, Hayate and Nagi wished themselves a Merry Christmas the place where they first met each other. Hayate is forced to take her on a bike since he doesn't have a permit to drive. While on their road to the beach, Nagi uses her credit card to buy a carriage for them.
Meanwhile, their road continues as Hayate takes Nagi to go all the way to the beach, full speed ahead. But then, they encountered an enemy in his automated car, and they were challenged to a highway race. Hayate used a secret technique to survive from the curve. Hayate and Nagi have arrived at the Kujukuri Beach on time to see the sunrise for a New Year's Day, but Nagi falls asleep just before the sunrise.
While Hayate went to buy two warm coffee cans, he forgot his wallet, until Maria reached to him. Hayate put his coat on Nagi and the sun has risen. The next day, the mansion's circuit breaker overloads and Hayate goes to the annex to turn it back on. On the way there, he gets stuck in a blizzard which is really caused by Sakuya's snow blower. Hayate looked at the map that shows a hot springs that is inside a power plant. Sakuya dragged him into the hot springs, and holds him. Fortunately, he managed to turn the power back on, but passes out due to the extreme cold.
Yukiji appears, shocking the three with an unusually cheerful attitude, giving Hinagiku a New Year's allowance because of a promise Yukiji made with her 10 years ago although it was only yenand shocking them even more after they found a letter of resignation which dropped from Yukiji's bag. After Hayate and Nagi rushed to the Hakuou Three Amiga, he tells them that Yukiji is quitting her job as their teacher, and find that hard to believe, but Yukiji replied to them as a "yes".
When homeroom ends, the class begs Yukiji to stay as a teacher causing Shiori to burst out in tears, who is happy that the class cares for her and decides to not resign.
The resignation letter actually belonged to Shiori who found being Yukiji's superior harder than she thought. Yukiji was happy because she found many signs of good fortune. Hinagiku gives Yukiji a piggy back ride to her room after beating her up. Looking at their respective characters as shown in the manga however, Hayate and Nagi are definitely not a bad match for each other.
In fact, you could even say they were made for each other in certain ways. The Age Difference Between Them Is Perfect Yes, you could say that Nagi is too young for Hayate right now, but look at it this way, Romeo and Juliet, widely considered by many to be an exemplary love story have characters who are the same age as Hayate and Nagi.
Windless calm and gust of wind seem like they were made for each other for me.
Nagi has been stated in the manga before to be extremely lucky. Very simply… because Hata wants to keep the other ships afloat for as long as possible — they help to keep his manga profitable, after all. Unlike other series like Zero no Tsukaima wherein the hero and the heroine were basically officially a couple long before the ending, the ships have become so integral to keeping Hayate No Gotoku!
Alive and profitable that I believe Hata is very reluctant to have Hayate show any concrete romantic feelings for Nagi before the manga is ready to really end. This way, he can keep stringing along all the shippers and keep everyone guessing until the very end. As much as the story is about Hayate, it is also about Nagi. Seems like she has overcome her fear of height already! Well then, his loss; Hinagiku should just walk away from his life with dignity.
The same goes to fellow Hinagiku fans. All her struggles and development proved that Hinagiku is an amazing character, and I am proud to be a Hinagiku fan. And then there comes the one thing that I hate most: Instead of being satisfied with a proper ending, people are now once again bound to ask: Maybe this is the purpose of the additional content, after all, as everyone would want to know what their beloved characters would be doing after the time skip.
Well, at least we do know the whereabouts of Chiharu and Kayura: Nagi served as some sort of butler herself for the two, waking them up in the morning and preparing breakfast for them. Worse, the inconsistency is noticed on the same page. Now that Nagi had no money and no Hayate for nowshe finally dedicated herself to be a better person and her efforts paid off.
She might still not be at the absurd levels of Hayate, but she has done reasonably well. And so we reached the final nine pages of the entire series, which are dedicated to the final reunion of Hayate and Nagi.
Hayate no Gotoku! Final Chapter | Hayate Report
Apparently Hayate had been secretly protecting Nagi in the dark; Nagi might have noticed this for some time already, but she finally called him out this time. Nagi proudly declared that she had done very well on her own in the past two years, only for Hayate to express his own feelings that he wanted to be with her.
The two held hands and… the end! As far as ending goes, this seems to be a rather polarizing one: Again, I do not object to the Hayate-Nagi ship in principle; I am only not happy with the — admit it — lousy way Hata handled this ship. Before I go on, let me ask you one simple question: Really, the Wataru-Saki ship has a lot in common with the Hayate-Nagi ship: