Since the two were so woven together, they found it challenging to open up which created some funny moments of panic, desperation, and bewilderment.
These encounters however actually helped to strengthen their relationship over time, because through the process of getting to know others around them, they soon come to discover more about themselves through that experience thus further cementing their bond.
The wonderful thing is that they all band together to defeat this evil organization which has been using women as puppets for their own pleasure, with Sora as Robin Hood, working hard to restoring peace and balance to a corrupt school full of scum.
It’s simply an all out ecchi fest that takes place within these battleships and you’re part of it all as you learn more about Japanese history, laugh a lot at the random personalities, and get to know more about these rambunctious well rounded characters.Although the genre originates in Japan, they are also made elsewhere, particularly in the form of "doujin-soft" (noncommerical fanmade games).Most games are Visual Novels (a type of Interactive Fiction) or Dating Sims (a type of Simulation Game), although many are hybrids, such as Role-Playing Game / Dating Sim or Action Game / Visual Novel.Many are made by departments or subsidiaries of bishoujo game companies; for example, Games which feature female-female romance.Unlike the other genres on this page, the term "yuri" does not imply a particular target audience; games aimed at a male audience and games aimed at a female audience are both included under the "yuri" label.
There are also sub-types of anime/manga, which tend to be more specific, for example, mahō shōjo is a sub-type of shōjo that focuses on young girl heroes with supernatural abilities (magic girls, right...).