One of the best things about Gintoki and Kagura’s relationship is that, in Gintoki, Kagura finally gets the older brother/father figure she never really had before. Kagura’s a tough kid. She pretty much raised herself, and she could make it on her own, but it’s just so much better this way to have an adult who looks after her, who fixes things when she gets in over her head or makes the wrong snap decision. Gintoki is an adult she can finally depend on.
The countless wounds on my body tell the stories of my past Even if my destiny were to disintegrate right now, even if my existence were to be shattered right now, I would still keep walking on my path It’s now or never