Only 30 remain as key visual 70 of the K-Project has now made its appearance – another frame focused upon the long-haired, pseudo-stoic of the blue crew, a foremost leading character above others in the animation.
With his gaze affixed outward, and sword angled sideways, it seems this fellow is speaking to someone – and the topic does not appear to be anything particularly favorable. One may be familiar with such a facial expression as it’s usually worn when a darker subject of the past is resurrected – or perhaps, when something unfortunate is foreseen in the future. As result of the character having their concentration seemingly occupied by inner-thoughts, alongside the look of depression, this is what makes it appear to be a scene of contemplation on events elsewhere.
When this character isn’t kept busy by his white-haired friend, Neko, or training his swordsmanship, it’s worth attempting to figure just what drives him then – surely, there sits some sort of instigating, or inspiring factor which places him in the position he’s currently in.
A still upcoming member of a government militia unit, seemingly in charge of protecting two less physically intimidating individuals – his place in the world isn’t difficult to see, although what is that he himself sees? One can indeed come to comprehend that much is surrounding our fellow here – yet what is it that drives him personally?
Rather than state the usual, just keep in mind that as the K-Project arrives, individuals all have goals on many levels – personal and otherwise, and regardless of other ideals, there’s always a personal reason of being, even if only to find out just what exactly said reason may be.