Nisemonogatari is kinda weird. In Bakemonogatari, for the most part, everything’s resolved fairly neatly. The supernatural stuff is dealt with and relationships are in the correct alignment. Here, we solve some of our supernatural mysteries, but those responsible end up walking away. The relationships we’re following are still in the middle of development. It feels very much like a lot of this was setup and so the ending comes and I’m feeling like, well, that’s it? But luckily, the most important part of the series has been largely unchanged (and this was something I was worried about because the ones responsible are real characters now): the preview quizu.