I’m Spying on the Heroine in an Otome Game World 4526 min read
Volume 3 | Chapter 10: October (Up) – Part 6
“Tsukishima-senpai, meddling excessively isn’t very good, you know? He is at the age where he has many troubles,” I commented.
Tsukishima-senpai smiled, troubled. “I know… but he is my only little brother. I can’t help but be worried about him. Yuuki is, as you can see, quite eye-catching. And, because of that, he gets mixed up in a lot of things.”
“Yes, I can imagine that,” I agreed.
Tsukishima-bishounen is rather careless. He knows he can get big sisters pampering him because of his fair looks, but he doesn’t understand how they can also beckon trouble over.
“I’m pretty sure that Yuuki does want to become a professional violinist. However, he doesn’t have confidence in his abilities. If you wish to earn your living through music, you’ll also have to accept the risk of failure,” Tsukishima-senpai said.
“Senpai, your image is more on the stable occupation side,” I admitted. I feel like Tsukishima-senpai will graduate from a national university to become a government worker. He looks like he’ll have nothing to do with starting his own business or winning a fortune through horse-race betting.
“You may be right… So I think Yuuki feels inferior to me in that sense. I understand that but… I’m not trying to force him to have a stable job. If Yuuki wants to challenge something, I want to cheer him on. It’s not like our family doesn’t have money to support him either.”
In other words, these two have complicated circumstances. Oh, wait, isn’t this… “Umm, Tsukishima-senpai, you are fine with your little brother becoming a violinist?”
“If he’s serious about it, then I think it’s fine. I am against it if he’s half-hearted. In that case, it’s better if he enters a normal university,” Tsukishima-senpai replied.
“I see now. I think I understand the problem,” I said with a tired smile. “Senpai, you are too rushed. Tsukishima-kun is still in his first year of high school. It’s impossible for him to decide on his future immediately the moment you ask him to.”
“Eh?” Tsukishima-senpai was confused.
He has elegant features, so even if he tilted his head, it was like a scene in a movie. He’s not as tall as Kazu-nii, but he still has long legs with good style. And most importantly, his voice… His voice is really good! Ugh, could you become a seiyuu? I’m serious! His voice is really my type! Ah! I thought of an even better idea. How about becoming a newscaster? With a good face and good head, he can become an intelligent-type newscaster and reveal his voice to the whole country through the internet! I’ll try stealthily proposing this idea to him later.
…….Wait, wait, wait, I’m getting off-topic.
“There are people in the world that take detours until they find what they want to do in life. I think it’ll be alright to just call out to Tsukishima-kun once in a while so that he doesn’t make any big mistakes,” I suggested.
I feel like the problem between the Tsukishima brothers is here. Tsukishima-bishounen is rebelling against his older brother who always jumps to make a decision. “Well, I do think you should stop him at full force if it’s anything involving drugs, indulging in women, violence, and so on.”
As of right now, Tsukishima-bishounen is properly attending school. He does skip classes or activities once in a while, but that is still on the cute side of things. Well, Tsukishima-senpai is a serious person so even that might be frustrating for him.
“I think a person’s ‘heart’ is beyond anyone’s control.”
So I’m counting on you, Maria-jou.
Please rehabilitate Tsukishima-bishounen somehow so that Tsukishima-senpai doesn’t have to be worried anymore.
The next day after I encountered the Tsukishima brothers.
I don’t know what happened between Maria-jou and Tsukishima-bishounen, but I’m sure it worked out well. Putting that aside, there’s something I have to do before the Cultural Festival.
It is the red marble that Katsuragi-kun asked me to take care of. I’ve been leaving it forgotten in my school uniform’s pocket. I also realized this afterwards but isn’t this the so-called ‘winning’ marble for the Class C’s pair raffle? I’ll be cheating if I have this, won’t I?
Katsuragi-kun said keeping it for a day is fine, but three days have already passed with me not being able to return it.
I’ve actually been wondering about something. Why did he give it to me for safekeeping? Don’t tell me he wants to hide the winning marble because he doesn’t want to enter the haunted house with someone, right? Are you a kid? Did you forget everything that happened before and after you avoided the butler cafe? If you don’t like something, you should properly voice it out.
Such thoughts ran in my head as I visited Class C after school.
Today, too, many students were running left and right in a hurry.
“Katsuragi-kun,” I called out to him. My voice came out scary and surprised myself too. Katsuragi-kun looked a little confused as he stepped outside to the hallway. “I came to return something to you…….” I began before showing him my palm with the red marble on top. “It’s this. Also……. Is this the winning marble?” I asked him as softly as I could.
Katsuragi-kun cast his eyes down.
“Hey, Katsuragi-kun. ……If you don’t want to do something, I think it’s better if you tell your class properly, okay? If you tell Ichimatsu-san or Nishina-san, I’m sure they won’t force you to do something against your will. Also, I think it’ll be wrong to make your customers play a raffle with no winning prize.”
I think the tone of my voice got strict. I have no right to scold Katsuragi-kun, but I can’t just look the other way and pretend I saw nothing.
“If it’s hard for you to say something, I’ll help out, okay?” I said.
“…….Yeah, I’m in the wrong,” Katsuragi-kun said in a small voice, hanging his head down.
Ah……. I think I made him depressed. Or is he mad? No, no, no, I need to turn my heart into a demon.
“Huh~ Shiori-chan?” Nishina-san poked her head out from Class C like she was waiting for this exact timing.
“Nishina. ……The marble we lost the other day rolled down the hallway. Niimi picked it up,” Katsuragi-kun said.
“Huh, really~? Thanks, Shiori-chan!” Nishina-san beamed. My heart started to sting with pain for some reason. “They flew away somewhere~ By the way, what colour is the marble?”
Nishina-san tilted her head, questioning, while I was dumbfounded.
“It’s the winning marble yet? Is it red? Blue? Silver? Or is it the gold one?” Nishina-san asked further.
“Eh? Ehh?” The marble he gave me for safekeeping is red but… you mean there’s more? What’s going on? I couldn’t help but look at Katsuragi-kun. His eyes quickly shifted away.
Nishina-san continued, “We first decided on a red marble but it disappeared somewhere. So we prepared a blue marble next and that disappeared too. Next is silver, and then gold, and now it’s black.”
“Come on, I mentioned how there’s girls scheming to win the raffle somehow, didn’t I? We’re also guessing that they stole the winning marbles too, but we have no proof. The girls also denied they stole it. That’s why the raffle is now limited to customers outside of our class and the winning marble is now black. The Cultural Festival committee member is safekeeping it now, so no problems there anymore,” Nishina-san explained.
“…….What’s… going on?” I couldn’t help but mumble in a daze. Katsuragi-kun grabbed my arm, making me almost drop the red marble. I had to quickly grasp it tightly in my hand.
Katsuragi-kun pulled me over just like that, making us rapidly move down the hallway. Wait, wait, wait, Nishina-san is super surprised too!
Yet Katsuragi-kun continued to move until we reached the staircase leading up to the rooftops.
Errr… Is this something we can only talk about here?
“It’s my bad. For getting you mixed up,” Katsuragi-kun said, bowing his head slightly. “……At first, the girls in my class started to argue and it eventually got out of control. The Cultural Festival committee member immediately realized I hid the red marble and scolded me. That’s how the raffle became limited to customers outside of class only. I have no idea about the blue, silver, and other colours disappearing, but… well…” Katsuragi-kun’s cheeks coloured red as he covered his mouth with his hand. “Niimi…… didn’t do anything wrong. I’m sorry for the trouble.”
H-Hmm… I scrunch my eyebrows and then… I bowed my head down. “I’m sorry. I dug up something that already ended and was resolved.”
Looking from Katsuragi-kun’s side, he had already been properly scolded once and reflected on his actions.
“No……. It’s my fault for not rejecting them clearly. I don’t mind walking with a customer if they win the raffle now. It’s not like they are telling me to go out with them like they are my lover. The haunted house is just a remodel of my classroom. I know every part of it, and it’s short.”
I, I see… What should I say? I feel like I said something unnecessary to him even more now. Also, Katsuragi-kun is fine with haunted houses, huh. Well, yeah, it makes sense. He doesn’t look like he’s bad with them either.
“…….I’m sorry,” Katsuragi-kun apologized once more. “I’m always showing the pathetic sides of me to you……” He went silent for a while before opening his mouth.
It was at this time.
My cell phone started to ring. On top of that, it only rang once before they hung up?
“S-Sorry. I was sure I put it on silent mode……” We were forbidden from calling inside the school, so I decided to check my call history.
Let’s see… Ah, it’s from Iinchou. He also sent me a message. I quickly opened it up to see what Iinchou has to say—
[The only ones left are you and me. Do you have the key?]
Uh-oh. I guess the only ones working overtime are the two of us. That Iinchou, he wants to go home quickly, so he messaged me and even rang my phone once…
[You can leave locking the classroom to me.]
I replied quickly before looking back up to Katsuragi-kun. “Errr, what were you saying again?”
“N-No, it’s fine. Until…… next time,” Katsuragi-kun replied, shaking his head.
I ran off to my classroom after that and belatedly realized I still forgot to return the red marble to Katsuragi-kun in the end.
Alrighty, there are only three days until the Cultural Festival.
Our Class B’s Halloween café’s interior decoration has safely finished. The dolls that Iinchou provided have all been perfectly dressed up. The staff will also dress up in costumes on the festival day. We will, on the day before, do our final rehearsal of playing a waitperson as also a stimulation on how we will proceed throughout the day.
We’re sure that we’ll be running left and right busy on the festival day, so we will also take pictures of ourselves the day before.
Last but not least we have to prepare the desserts on our menu. It’ll be the cooking team’s time to shine. Incidentally, I’m also participating in the cooking team.
Right, right, we discussed it and, in the end, we decided to forgo tea and coffee made by Maria-jou. None of our classmates could brew tea and coffee as well as Maria-jou. We also had a problem with the clean up. The quantity of garbage from the used up leaves and such from tea and coffee was more than we thought, and it’s a pain to wash teaware after each use.
We didn’t have much of a choice but to fumble around ideas on how to offer tea made from teabags and instant coffee in a delicious manner. It’ll be easier to clean up this way, and it’ll taste the same no matter who’s in charge of it.
Incidentally, Maria-jou will offer her deliciously brewed black tea when it’s her shift in the café. It’ll be hard for her to serve all the customers though. But her brewed tea is seriously delicious, you know? Every person in Class B who tried it out has become her fan. Whoever gets to the chance to try her tea out on the festival day will be lucky. I’m sure it’ll be one of her capture targets though.
Anyway, we still have a huge problem in our Class B.
We still haven’t finished filming for the movie we will play in our café. There is just one scene remaining, and it is the love scene between Maria-jou and Tsuchiya-shounen.
Several of us have gathered today after school to film this very last scene.
Kyouko-jou in charge of the filming, the assistants-slash-makeup girl team, and Yumi-chan as the representative of the costume team were all here. Last of all is me who is in charge of locking the classroom at the end.
We got as far as locking the grumbling Tsuchiya-shounen in the classroom and forcing him to change. However, no matter how much time passed, he couldn’t find the motive or cue to act properly.
Maria-jou was surrounded by the makeup girls, not saying a thing.
Oh, I just realized, there was only one guy in the classroom right now and it’s Tsuchiya-shounen. He’s at a serious disadvantage!
“Now, hurry up and give up already, Tsuchiya-kun,” Kyouko-jou said with an irritated voice as she held a movie director-like microphone in one hand. “It’s not like I’m telling you to kiss her. All you have to do is take her hand, say your lines, and dance with her. Maria sucks at dancing, so you have to lead her properly or it won’t look like a proper one at all. You understand, don’t you!?”
Yup, it’s just like she said, but I have to say, she is really frank and direct with her words. Ah, Maria-jou’s actually hurt by Kyouko-jou’s words.
Well, to be even more frank, we did try getting Maria-jou to dance with other people. Sadly, Maria-jou can’t dance at all. She’s terrible. She would trip over her own legs and fall over. Thankfully, if someone could lead her properly, she will be able to match them. I really wonder what is this talent of hers.
I’m sure if we hand over Maria-jou to Mizusaki-senpai, who claims to be excellent at ballroom dancing, it’ll be a wonderful scene to see.
Tsuchiya-shounen went silent and looked the other way.
He is just acting stubborn; I don’t think he is completely against dancing. I mean, he is here despite all his grumbling.
Tsuchiya-shounen said thoughtless words to Maria-jou and didn’t apologize to her afterwards. As for Maria-jou, she was comforted by Kazu-nii and got back on her feet happily. She also seems busy completing other events, so it doesn’t look like she’s still hurt by Tsuchiya-shounen. However, she feels awkward when she sees Tsuchiya-shounen and will look the other way.
I thought this was some required behaviour she had to do to trigger the next event or maybe because of lingering anger in her heart. However, it turns out to be neither of the two.
It looks like Maria-jou doesn’t know how to make up with Tsuchiya-shounen.
“Well, it’s not like Aikawa-san did anything wrong. This time it’s pretty straightforward and easy to see what’s going on,” I mumbled softly to Yumi-chan beside me.
Right, the person who’s wrong is Tsuchiya-shounen. But I don’t think Tsuchiya-shounen will apologize until Maria-jou approaches him to reconcile as he didn’t chase after her on that day.
“And if people try to butt in, it’ll only get more complicated,” I added.
Yumi-chan nodded in agreement. “But we can’t just let it continue like this.”
She has a point. No matter how much Kyouko-jou tries to pressure Tsuchiya-shounen, I think it’ll only backfire on her. That being said, we have very little time left.
“I feel like it’ll take a while before they make up. The issue here is the filming…” I sighed.
Yumi-chan pouted with dissatisfaction. “How about we get rid of the love scene? Aikawa-san made it to the Demon King’s castle but the king was absent. Aikawa-san is disappointed but the monsters nearby comfort her. Everyone dances together. The end, the end.”
I see. I feel like this works too. In fact, it seems kind of fun?
“There’s no way we can do that,” Kyouko-jou interjected. She was standing right beside us before we even realized. I guess she heard our conversation, huh~
Kyouko-jou was seriously angry.
I’m sure she was irritated by how the filming wasn’t going as she liked. I’m also sure she’s getting annoyed by Tsuchiya-shounen’s attitude with how he doesn’t bother trying to apologize to Maria-jou and is instead complaining and hesitant about everything. Kyouko-jou is a frank, direct person after all.
She had been cheering on Tsuchiya-shounen’s love until now. I don’t know why exactly though. Maybe she thinks that since Tsuchiya-shounen’s earnest, he’ll be a good boyfriend for her precious friend. Kyouko-jou would bring Maria-jou to Tsuchiya-shounen’s desk during lunchtime, tell Maria-jou about his swimming activities, and is rather cooperative, I thought.
Well, Kyouko-jou’s patience this time has completely snapped.
“Tsuchiya-kun, we are going to change the script right now. Prepare yourself. I made a proper backup plan for a situation like this after all.” Kyouko-jou then went to whisper something to Yumi-chan’s ear.
Yumi-chan laughed in response. “Okay, leave it to me!” She made a fist before quickly heading over to our box of costumes.
“Eh? U-Umm… Kyouko-chan?” Maria-jou asked timidly, not being able to follow the sudden development.
“W-What’s going on?” Tsuchiya-shounen was also flustered.
“We had a number of backup plans, Tsuchiya-kun. Idea number one was getting the True Demon King, Hibiya-sensei, to replace you. He suits the costume really well, so I’m sure the watchers will get excited. It’s doubtful if Hibiya-sensei will agree to it or not though. The second idea was having Kamura-kun appear as a new character. Still, I thought it wouldn’t be exciting enough. That’s why……” Kyouko-jou paused here to summon the makeup team. She also took the costume Yumi-chan provided and went off to the changing space.
“Shiori! Prepare the filming grounds!”
“Y-Yes!?” I obediently went with the flow. That being said, the filming grounds was our classroom. We made a set that looks like some banquet hall of a demon king’s castle. It’s also just big enough for the camera when it captures images.
Err, are we missing anything? ……Okay, everything looks good.
Kyouko-jou finished changing while I was running left and right. She vigorously opened up the curtain and walked out with a confident smile, dressing in a knight’s outfit.
“I will challenge you, the cowardly Demon King, with the role of a knight. Maria, I will take you instead!”
Kyouko-jou dressed up as a boy was really, really cool looking. To start with, she had a good figure like a model. I wonder if she’s interested in playing as a man in an opera company in the future. I’m sure without a doubt she’ll be super popular.
“K-Kyouko-chan!?” Maria-jou’s eyes widened into circles as she stood up.
“That’s right, Maria. I will cast a spell for you,” Kyouko-jou said flirtily as she swept her bangs back.
Maria-jou blushed. Yup, this isn’t even a battle anymore. It’s Tsuchiya-shounen’s complete loss.
The last scene of our story was supposed to be wrapped up with a love story between the demon king and a girl. Yet now a knight appeared out of nowhere to steal away the spotlight with the demon king cut out. It’s a complete comedy now.
Kyouko-jou smoothly spat out sweet lines after another to the point that I felt like vomiting sugar. By the end of the filming, Maria-jou couldn’t stand properly because she was dizzy.
Let me say this again but Kyouko-jou was really cool. I feel like she’s the actual capture target. Eh? No?
Anyways, Class B finally finished filming safely. All that was left was to wait for the day of the festival to come. We do have to prepare the desserts on the day before, so busy times will still continue on.
Kyouko-jou still has to edit the movie though. She was mostly done but it’s just this last scene that everyone was having a hard time with. Otherwise, she needs to check if the scenes where we used CG were alright. If we had a bit more time, we were going to watch it in class the day before to preview it. Unfortunately, that plan went into the garbage. It is all Tsuchiya-shounen’s fault.
I locked Class B before heading to the staff room. Some classes still haven’t finished, so the hallways were noisy.
Right, right, the first years are doing the following for the Cultural Festival: Class A is a bowling tournament, Class B is a Halloween cafe, Class C is a haunted house, Class D is a quiz tournament, and Class E is a theme exhibition.
The last class sounds pretty boring, don’t you think? But it turns out it’s not.
Their so-called theme is ‘the beautiful girls of the school’. Apparently, some people in Class E are in the photography club. They are holding this exhibition, displaying the best photos they took of pretty girls in the school. According to the rumours, there might be a black auction involving photos of the beautiful girls, making the student council keep a watchful eye on them.
Oh, speak of the devil…
I spotted members of the student council who were currently on patrol. I bowed my head at them. Mizusaki-senpai was in the middle with Tanaka-senpai and Kaneshiro-senpai at his sides. Following behind them were the first year student council members. The pressure and force they gave off was enough for people to question what kind of group they are.
“Oh, Niimi-san. Thank you for your hard work this late,” Tanaka-senpai said to me with a warm smile.
“It must be a lot of work for you all too. Are you patrolling the school?” I asked.
“Yes, that’s right. Cause, you see, we have to check Year 1, Class E beforehand,” Tanaka-senpai replied.
Regarding Class E’s exhibit, they are required to gain permission. They can only display photos where the subject in the photo agrees. Also, they are forbidden from any kind of exchange involving money. The student council will also inspect to make sure there aren’t any problematic photos displayed.
“We have no time to check every single one at the festival, so we’re doing it beforehand,” Mizusaki-senpai added.
“Members of the Mizusaki Homare Fan Club will also have their photos displayed,” Tanaka-senpai said with an extremely tired voice. “Those girls asked him to view their photos for sure.”
“They asked me to see them, so I have to do at least that,” Mizusaki-senpai nodded in agreement. No matter what he says, he’s a man who treasures his fans.
“Come on, let’s not stand and talk here but head inside. ……Oh, that’s right. Niimi-san, if you would like, would you like to join us? I’m sure you will be quite busy as a class representative on the day of the festival. You’ll have no time to leisurely view the exhibition, am I right?” Kaneshiro-senpai proposed unexpectedly.
I hesitated for a bit before I gratefully accepted his proposal. “In that case, I would love to.”
To be honest, I did want to see this exhibition. Or, more specifically, the best shots of Maria-jou. I mean, I’m definitely sure her pictures are being displayed. I also wanted to see pictures of Kyouko-jou.
Ever since I came to an understanding with Kaneshiro-senpai, my relationship with the student council was pretty good. They came to recognize that I wasn’t after Mizusaki-senpai or Kaneshiro-senpai and I’m just a normal highschool girl.
We entered Class E together to see the exhibit. The class used a lot of blackout curtains so that outside light couldn’t come in at all, making it dim inside.
There were a lot of coloured photos displayed, but there were also monochrome ones too.
…There were a lot of pictures of Maria-jou. She overwhelmed the rest to become number one. I could see how she was photographed here and there throughout the school.
Maybe it’s because she’s always running, but many of her pictures overflowed with liveliness.
Hmm… you could tell with one look who she was running after in those photos. When she’s after Kazu-nii, she’ll look a little bit spoiled. When she’s after Tsukishima-bishounen, she’ll look like a kind big sister. As for Designer-kun, she would smile assertively. She’ll be challenging when she’s after Mizusaki-senpai, and she will be like a friend when she’s trying to capture Katsuragi-kun. As for Kaneshiro-senpai, she’ll have a bashful smile.
Tsuchiya-shounen… it’ll be the usual Maria-jou we see in Class B.
I wasn’t captured in her displayed pictures following after her. To be honest, I was actually worried. Hah… I’m glad.
“Huh? Is this you, Niimi-san?”
Eh!? Don’t tell me I’m behind Maria-jou in some picture!?
I was breaking cold sweat as I gazed at the picture Tanaka-senpai pointed at…
Ah, she’s talking about that.
Umm, yeah. Someone noticed? Someone actually noticed?
I have to confess that my picture was also displayed in this exhibition. The class showed me it beforehand and I had to admit they captured me quite beautifully. I mean, the contrast between me and the setting sun made it a wonderful one-shot. Truthfully, it made me embarrassed. I also asked them if I could have a copy and they happily complied.
“E-Errr… yes. It is me,” I admitted. I felt so embarrassed. My face feels hot.
“It looks better than the real thing, hmm? You actually look like a beautiful girl here,” Mizusaki-senpai commented. I don’t think your comment counts as an actual compliment. Well, I’ll take it as an actual one this time.
“…….Thank you very much. I think it’s because the person behind it is good at taking pictures.”
“Niimi-san, I didn’t think you would smile like this. It’s rather unexpected,” Kaneshiro-senpai said with a slightly dark face. Yeah, wait, just what kind of face do I make usually then?
Anyways, we walked around the classroom like this, checking out all the photos.
“……Huh?” I let out when I found a photo that caught my interest.
The theme of this exhibition was ‘the beautiful girls in the school’, so most of the pictures had a beautiful girl in them. Yet this picture here was also showing Father Michel.
The main subject of the photo was the vice class representative of Class A though. She was looking at Father Michel, who was talking with boys in front of the church, from a distance away. The name of the photo was “Admiration.” I want to talk to him too but I can’t get close — or something like that, I felt.
Did they get permission from her to name it this way? If it was far away from the truth, wouldn’t Class E cause a lot of trouble for her?
Her expression as she gazes at Father Michel was like a girl dreaming, spellbound. However, I couldn’t help but feel her eyes were somewhat empty. It’s like my classmates’ eyes after we heard Father Michel’s lecture for the first time.
“…….Is it just my imagination?” Ah, maybe this was taken after the lecture. I made such a conclusion in my mind before I moved to step away from the photo.
Before that happened, Tanaka-senpai called out to me. “Niimi-san, did you find a photo that catches your eye?” She glanced at the photo I was looking at and got surprised. “Oh my, the boys in that photo… They went missing during summer vacation. Well, they did come back immediately after September came,” she said as she pointed at the boys talking to Father Michel.
“Really?” Come to think of it, something like that did happen.
“Yes, I remember them since the incident made a lot of noise. Their excuse after they came back home was: ‘We didn’t have enough travelling expenses during our trip, so we couldn’t come back home right away.’ …The police also got involved too,” Tanaka-senpai said, sighing with astonishment.
In other words, they are a group of idiots?
“I wish they would go on a trip with their return travel’s expense in mind,” I said with a nod. I couldn’t help but agree with Tanaka-senpai.
“Hmm… I think this photo is the best one.”
I heard Mizusaki-senpai grumble a distance away.
“……You are right. I’m reluctant but I have to agree with you, Homare. This ‘artwork’ here isn’t one you could capture every day in life,” Kaneshiro-senpai said.
The picture that Mizusaki-senpai and Kaneshiro-senpai were both impressed by was the main picture of this exhibition. It was also printed quite big compared to the other photos.
Naturally, Maria-jou was the subject of that picture.
She was smiling with pure delight as she found the church in the middle of cherry blossoms scattering in the wind.
I recalled Kazu-nii’s words in April when I gazed at that photo.
——The game starts with a scene in the church.
The heroine gets lost and finds her way inside the church. There she’ll meet [someone] who she could only see their silhouette because of back-lighting. The only thing she can ascertain is this [someone] was a male student. He will tell her the legend this academy has. As her heart beats fast, she’ll hear an announcement informing her the entrance ceremony was starting. The heroine reluctantly leaves the church to head to the auditorium.
‘Who exactly was that……?’ She’ll think, holding such an emotion in her heart. With that the heroine’s high school life begins.
I’m sure this photo was a snapshot of that very moment.
Yes, this was the very moment when the otome game starring Maria-jou as the heroine began.
TL note: Happy New Years to everyone!