Hanako has decided that there was something wrong with her and that it would be easier if she just didn't exist BEFORE she even met Lilly and Hisao, and really there isn't much she can do to isolate herself any further. Misha tells you that Hanako never talks to anybody but Hisao and Lilly.pandaphil wrote:Hanako's behavior in her bad ending is of a classic passive personality who's held in her feelings for way too long. If she had confronted Lilly and Hisao in the beginning, her reaction wouldn't have been so explosive. By being passive, she's let her emotions get out of control. all those frustrations built up over time and when Hisao says the wrong thing at the wrong time, her built up anger finally boils over into an uncontrolled rage.
Things could go in a lot of directions at this point.
a) Hanako feels miserable and decides that there must be something wrong with her for people to treat her this way and decides to isolate herself even further from her classmates.
Much of her problem comes from the fact that Hisao and Lilly actually do treat her better than anybody else she's met and she has no clue exactly what to think about that. There are moments when she seems to be testing Hisao just to see if he'll live up to her expectations.