While it can easily be noted that Yuuji acts much different within custody of Asako than he does within the story of Kajitsu, you are easily able to tell how each thing that happens to him plays a part in the way he acts as a character within Kajitsu, as it takes place after the events of Meikyuu.
In retrospect, this season is able to keep its audience at its feet and always wonder what may happen next.
Initial Thoughts prior to watching : Going into Grisaia no Rakuen, I was actually quite hyped, and not for the reasons you'd expect.
Grisaia no Rakuen is meant to be completed after the first season Grisaia no Kaijutsu and the 1-hour special feature, Grisaia no Meikyuu.
Story: Given that I try to combine the aspects of the above-average story with the amazing absurd fun, I give the story a 9.