Look at this bastard. Look at the way he looks at Kazuya. It’s as if he’s completely unconcerned with the situation, despite no doubt asking a favor from Loki to pull the boy out of there. Probably only spits out a bit of cryptic BS and points Kazuya in the right direction before sending him on his way, too, the bastard.
You know, now that I think of it, Naoya doesn’t grow too much in any route save Amane’s. It’s as if he’s already come to accept stagnancy, despite claiming he wishes the opposite. He’s come to live so long, radical change is no longer possible. Or at least, it’s as if a thousand year block of ice were to start to melt, to borrow Okuninushi’s phrasing. That block is going to take a hell of a long time to thaw, and quite a bit of heat, at that.
Someone needs to knock him over the head with sense and be done with it—
the fun part is, I checked what Loki said after that on my iPad’s dictionary and according to Loki, that’s Naoya’s concerned face
that’s Naoya worrying for Kazuya
no, I wouldn’t be able to tell either, it looks more like a disappointed face to me
but Loki is known to lie (but also tell the truth, depending on his mood), so I have no idea which is what