Reika-sama – 167

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Shichi-Go-San (七五三, lit. “Seven-Five-Three”) is a traditional rite of passage and festival day in Japan for three- and seven-year-old girls and three- and five-year-old boys, held annually on November 15 to celebrate the growth and well-being of young children. Children are dressed up and then brought to a shrine for good fortune.

Hinamatsuri (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), also called Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day, is celebrated each year on March 3 when people pray for the happiness and healthy growth of girls. Families with young daughters mark this day by setting up a display of dolls inside the house. They offer rice crackers and other food to the dolls.
These dolls, often expensively made, are placed on stepped shelves covered with red fabric, and girls invite their friends to admire them.


The next weekend I used the excuse of buying cake to visit Wakaba-chan.

Her mum still remembered me, and greeted me with a smile.

“Oh my, welcome!”

“Good afternoon. Thank you for everything, last time.”

“Not at all! Thank you so much for the wonderful tea and coffee. Are you here to see Wakaba?”

“Yes, but I planned on buying some of your cakes as well. The ones I tried last time were simply delicious.”

“Really? Aunty was a little worried that it wouldn’t suit the tastes of an ojousama from Suiran.”

“That was not the case at all. They were fluffy, and sweet without being too sickening. I could eat any number of them.”

I had eaten two in a row when I got home. Then I waited a little while and ate the rest too. They were great…

I wondered what I would bring home this time.

“It makes me really happy to hear that. Wakaba still hasn’t come back from her part-time job yet, but she should be back any moment so come on inside.”

“Eh…? No, I really should not. I think I will head home for today. It was my fault for coming here unannounced. And to begin with my first goal was simply to buy some cakes.”

“Geez, you can worry about the cakes later. Do you have anything else going on today?”

“No, not particularly…”

As the Chief of Forever Alone Village, my weekends were almost completely free.

“Then just stay! You’ve already come all the way here. Don’t be shy now. Wakaba will be back any moment now. Okay?”

“But…”

“It’s fine, it’s fine.”

After asking the other staff member to take over for a bit, she came out from behind the display counter.

Taking my hand, she rather assertively ushered me into the house.

As I headed in, I noticed an awfully expensive-looking flower arrangement in the corner of the shop.

I had a bad feeling about it.

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“Kisshouin-san, wasn’t it? Come in, come in. Here, sit down!”

After sitting me down on the couch she even brought out some black tea.

“Sorry. Not only have I arrived unannounced, I am even causing trouble for you like this…”

“It’s fine! A friend of Wakaba’s has come all the way here to play, so this much is natural. Oh, I know! I’ll go message Wakaba and let her know not to go on any detours.”

“I truly am sorry,” I bowed again.

Not everybody had as much free time on their hands as I did, after all. I was definitely in the wrong here for showing up without checking with her first.

But since I was here to eat something and bring some cakes home too, I just thought it would be nice if we could hang out a little.

“Um, it is not much but…”

Karintou is a traditional Japanese snack food. Sweet and deep-fried, it is made primarily of flour, yeast, and brown sugar.

I held out the box of assorted karintou.

“Hmm? What might this be? Oh my, you didn’t need to. Thank you though. Oh! It’s karintou. How cute~”

There were different flavours like plum and chilli, and they were divided into cute little sacks. The presentation was great. It was one of my favourites.

Plus, part of the reason I choose these was because I wasn’t sure if it would be rude gifting Japanese sweets to a family that ran a cake shop.

“If my anklebiters spot these they’ll be gone in an instant. Aunty will make sure to hide them somewhere safe,” she said as she hugged the bag with mock protectiveness.

“Huhu!”

I liked this interaction. It reminded me of my mum from my old life.

“Wakaba’s shift finishes at 2 so she should be here soon.”

“Oh, I see.”

It was almost half past two when I checked.

“How is Wakaba doing at school? Is that girl doing alright at a school like Suiran?”

Ugh! She hit where it hurt. No way did she know how hard Wakaba-chan had it at school.

“Yes. Takamichi-san’s grades are exceptional, and recently she even joined the Student Council, you know? She seems to be getting along splendidly with them.”

“I see. I’m glad that she’s managing,” she smiled in relief. It hurt to see.

“I’m back!”

That was when Wakaba-chan came back. I heard her footsteps against the floor as she ran into the room, taking off her scarf.

“You said that Kisshouin-san came over?”

When she saw me sitting on the sofa, she smiled.

“Welcome.”

Her mother and I welcomed her home, and I apologised to her for intruding.

“Since you’re here now, I’ll be heading back to the store,” said her mum, so I thanked her again before she left.

“So what’s up, Kisshouin-san? Did you need something?”

“Well, no… I just wanted to eat some of your cake again because they were so delicious last time. Since I was coming here anyhow, I just thought it might be nice to see you, was all.”

“Oh okay. Sorry for making you wait then.”

“No, it is my fault for suddenly coming here… I had no idea you worked though.”

“Eh? Ahh, yeah. Just for lunchtimes on weekends at a family restaurant. That time when I met you I was coming back from work too.”

“Oh, I see.”

That time when I was biting into the ikayaki huh.

ikayaki flashbacks…

“Aah, I’m pretty hungry. I haven’t had lunch yet so I’m going to get some curry. If you haven’t had lunch yet, do you want some too?”

“No, but thank you.”

“Really?”

Wakaba-chan stood in the kitchen and began heating a pot up. It didn’t take long for the appetising smell of curry to waft over to me.

Uu… my appetite…

From the rice cooker, Wakaba-chan spooned out rice onto a dish, and then on top of that she put her curry.

Hauu, it looked so good.

“Do you want a bite too?”

A bite… Just a bite wouldn’t be too shameless, right?

“Then, perhaps just a bite, since you offered.”

“Okay~”

And so Wakaba-chan placed two people’s worth of meals onto the table.

“Itadakimasu~”

“Itadakimasu.”

Carrot and large bits of potato in a curry sauce bought from the supermarket. Just a normal household’s meal. How I missed this.

I tried a bite. Yummy!

“It is delicious.”

“Yeah~ It’s because I left the vegetables to soak in the curry overnight. Aahh, food after a day of hard work is so good!”

We smiled as we ate.

“Still, working part-time is forbidden at Suiran, so it might be best if you did not go broadcasting that.”

“Oh, you’re right. I’ll take care!”

She really had to. It would be dreadful if her enemies found out.

“By the way, thank you so much for the shoes again. You really saved me. I tried washing those stained ones and it really didn’t help after all.”

“Oh I see. Please forget about that. I was never going to wear them again any how.”

I couldn’t bring myself to throw it away, but I didn’t want to wear them either. If anything I felt thankful that she took them off my hands.

“By the way, Takamichi-san, about what happened the other day…”

It was hard to ask, but I still brought up the tracksuit incident on that rainy day.

“Was that something that Tsuruhana-san and her friends had a hand in?”

“Eh? Hmmm…”

Wakaba-chan had a troubled expression on her face.

When she went home that day she was wearing her uniform, which was soaked just like she said, but I was sure that Tsuruhana-san’s group was somehow involved. Despite some subtle investigations though, I never did get the truth.

“Takamichi-san?”

“Umm, at lunch they called me out to the 1st floor emergency exit, said a bunch of things to me, and then shut me outside. Since the door was locked I couldn’t get back in, so I ran around to the front entrance. The rain was pretty bad though, so I guess I got kinda soaked~”

“So that was what happened…”

I had thought it wouldn’t be much worse than having a bucket of water poured on her. How could they have locked her out during the freezing November rain.

“Just so you know, this is just between the two of us, okay?”

“The two of us…? Are you not going to report them? You could talk to Mizusaki-kun about this.”

“Mizusaki-kun huh~ He was pretty persistent in asking what happened too, but I didn’t want to make a huge deal out of it.”

“But…”

“It’s fine. Nothing really happened.”

Um, something did happen though.

“Say, Takamichi-san.”

“Yes?”

“If things ever get too bad for you, I can have a word with Tsuruhana-san, you know?”

Although honestly she had even more influence than in middle school. Unlike back then, there was no guarantee that I’d come out on top. This newcomer was giving me just a bit of trouble.

“Ehh!? It’s totally fine. I wouldn’t want to trouble you. It’s fine, fine.”

“But…”

“Are you worried about me? Thanks,” she beamed.

“If only Kaburagi-sama thought a little more about his actions…”

“Ahaha, Kaburagi-kun is a pretty funny person, isn’t he?”

“Kaburagi-kun?” I asked.

“Ah,” she exclaimed before covering her mouth. “Ummm, Kaburagi-sama said ‘since you use -kun with Mizusaki, do that with me too’ so…”

Kaburagi… You’re such a damned child.

“I’m sorry,” apologised Wakaba-chan, “I wasn’t thinking about how you felt.”

She must have misunderstood my frown.

“Eh? Why are you apologising? I was simply thinking about how much trouble he must be causing you.”

“Huh…? But, don’t you, you know, like him?”

“Hah? ‘Like’? Who are you talking about? Surely you cannot be speaking about Kaburagi-sama and I. Because if you are, you are very mistaken.”

“Really?”

“Yes!” I stressed.

This was important, so I was being extra clear.

“I see. I heard the rumours, so I was sure that…”

“Rumours are nothing to put stock in.”

“I see~” she nodded with newfound enlightenment.

“By the way, I noticed some rather gorgeous flowers in your shopfront. Could those be…”

“Ah! You noticed? Yeah, Kaburagi-kun gave us those. The other day he came here to buy cakes and…”

“Goodness!”

So he really was coming here! Curse that guy for conquering all the cakes before I did.

“So did he come back here, or…?”

“Oh no, he didn’t. But he has been here before a few times while we were working out the bike incident.”

Heh. I won.

Not only was I allowed into the house, I was even treated to curry.

“Umm, would you be all right with me coming to buy your cakes again?”

“Of course! You’re super welcome here!”

“And if possible, keep this a secret from Kaburagi-sama…?”

“Ahaha, then it’ll just be our little secret. Gotcha~”

After that we exchanged emails, and with newly bought cakes in hand, I hummed to myself as I made my way home.

*

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I opened up the message I just received. Umewaka-kun sent me photos of Beatrice in a red kimono for her shichigosan. She even had chitose ame next to her. It was a proper shichigosan.

Chitose ame (千歳飴), literally “thousand year candy”, is given to children on Shichi-Go-San. Chitose ame is long, thin, red and white candy, which symbolizes healthy growth and longevity. It is given in a bag decorated with a crane and a turtle, which represent long life in Japan.

And wow, I never knew dogs wore kimono too. Whoa! Don’t tell me that that Dog Maniac made it himself? No, no, it couldn’t be.

‘Bea-tan is three years old! The kimono fits me, right?’

Yup, yup, it looks great on you.

The next photo was of my Bea-tan doll in a matching kimono.

Apparently Umewaka-kun was a broadminded man who did not distinguish between his real and adopted daughters.

Hmm, but shichigosan huh. At this rate he was definitely going to buy Beatrice a full set of dolls for Hinamatsuri.

May Dog Lover-kun and Beatrice live happily ever after!


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115 thoughts on “Reika-sama – 167”

  1. May Reika firmly place that final stone in her village.

    Chief of the Forever Alone Village isn’t that bad…right?

    But I think the peanut gallery would protest her claim. Their “Reika-sama” is loved by many! I think the guys just can’t get close enough and the ones that can…well…they are either suspicious or friends.

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  2. So Reika-sama and Kaburagi did become rivals (albeit one-sidedly) for Wakaba-chan, huh?

    Why do I find this side of Kaburagi cute? If he was an ordinary kid instead of being an emperor… but, no, I still don’t approve of Kaburagi x Wakaba. Wakaba deserves better.

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    1. I think there’s a spy there in the village. Stalking, observing every Reika’s movements. A very powerful one. He even go and camouflage his identity as The Heir of Casanova village’s Chieftaincies, simply through observation and high EQ skills. And Reika completely thought of him as someone from Happy Couple Village thanks to fiancee candidate smoke bomb…
      *got slayed by the fallen angel’s subordinate*

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  3. Many thanks!
    Oh, Reika-chan, why are you even comparing your love meter stats with with Wakaba to Kaburagi’s? It’s ovbious you are ahead. XD And, it’s funny how Reika-chan simply accepts Dog-lover’s text now, like no questions asked.

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  4. KUN!!! Bakaburagi-Kun!!! For a stalker…he’s moving it up quite a bit huh. Tch. Aaaah~ I want the stuco Kaichou and Wakaba to end up together soooo bad. It feels like it’s more interesting like that instead of going with the plot of having The Emperor and Wakaba end up together~

    And Bea-tan having a shichigosan, srsly I don’t know if I should be amaze, doesn’t it make you guys curious what does Umekawa’s parents opinion with their son😂😂😂😂😂

    Thanks for the chapter~😊

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  5. I really wonder about Tsuruhana…Reika’s not that kind of person, but when push come to shove the Kisshouin family (not to mention everyone else in the pivoine) has way more influence right? Why risk offending them over something so petty and fleeting as high school politics? If she were just slightly less antagonistic, Reika would be glad to leave her alone…

    I’m glad that Reika set Wakaba straight about the rumors. Hope she actually believe her though – the rumors have been around a long time after all.

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    1. On the other hand . . . why involve your family business and name in petty high school politics? In Reika’s position, I’d definitely be hesitant to run to, “Well, fuck your family,” as anything much more than a last resort.

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      1. Although, to be fair, maybe you’re right.
        It’s a pretty simple issue to have Tsuruhana disciplined just by having it known that the more powerful families find her to be . . . uhhh . . . not so conducive to a healthy learning environment.
        Which is true enough.

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      2. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not arguing against Reika’s stance. But Suiran’s politics does usually involve family prestigiousness, and from what we heard it’s not uncommon for Pivoine members to use their family power
        – I just don’t understand why Tsuruhana would risk it at all? Even if Reika doesn’t fight back, I doubt hardcore Pivoine supremacists like Youko would stay silent, if only to protect their own reputations (can’t have a pivoine losing).

        The student council has “righteousness” and “need to protect external students” as their motivation, but Tsuruhana seems to be fighting a futile fight for….the position of number #1 girl in school? What does that actually benefit her? Unless she really does think that she has a chance of bagging Bakaburagi, she won’t win against Reika. Why not enjoy the influence that she does have and not court unnecessary trouble (again, Reika would leave her alone if that were the case)?

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        1. As far as Tsuruhana knows, she’s not actually courting trouble. Wakaba is a pretty safe target and the Pivoine also hates Wakaba. She has no reason to believe that Reika feels any differently.

          Reika is abnormal since she *should* be like the old Reika — a completely power mad snob. But since she has memories of a commoner, she has rather egalitarian and humble sensibilities.

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        2. Human nature and battle tactics. If say, something were to happen to Reika or her family before high school ends, then the second most powerful girl can take over easily in one fell swoop.

          Plus, while Reika is powerful and has put Tsuruhana in her place, she’s never completely crushed her in a way to not allow her to gain face. So the girl’s still in a position where she’s able to gain followers and maintain a strong base behind her. That and Reika is pretty humble considering her own position, in that she’s not a dictator and largely stays out of individual politics that don’t concern her (from what we’ve seen). So, any student would have more control over those areas of the school outside of Reika’s influence. And considering how ambitious Tsuruhana is, she’s not going to let that opportunity to gain a foothold slide.

          In her case, the king of a molehill is still a king.

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          1. Well, it’s much like social life anywhere else. Why burn bridges? People talk to each other, and just because you don’t like somebody doesn’t mean you won’t need them or the help of somebody proximate to them at some point.

            The past Reika behaved like a massive troll, and it definitely started grating on Kaburagi, Enjou and who knows however other many of the humbler “low class” families. We have to remember that a lot of kids from Suiran may actually come from rich and powerful families, but may simply be quiet or come from commoner blood.

            A number of families may simply be “new money” and so wouldn’t have the necessary lineage to qualify for the Pivoine or higher social status. It’s just that the blue bloods at the top snub your lineage and so you just keep your head down as a result.

            In the other timeline, who knows how many other families were all too happy to see Kaburagi burn Kisshouin to the ground?

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      1. Ah, I should’ve specified. I wasn’t talking about Tsuruhana bullying Wakaba (though on that point isn’t she afraid of earning Bakaburagi’s ire?) but her attempt to “rebel” against Reika (though I guess that was a while back).

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        1. Well, you’re not so afraid of being pulled over for speeding when everybody else is also doing it.

          But in any case, Tsuruhana’s initial rebellion was believable to me because she’s basically any teenage rebel who flouts the social norms and shocks the people around them to see if they can get away with it. In Suiran terms, her act of rebellion is to see if she can snatch popularity away from the calcified social hierarchy.

          And well, it’s kind of working isn’t it? She may not be able to challenge the Pivoine clique, but she’s got a lot of hanger-ons from pretty affluent families.

          Ririna has done something similar by carving out her own niche and circle of followers. Despite not technically being Pivoine, she still is related to the Kisshouin bloodline, and as she puts it, is richer and has better grades than a lot of the other kids.

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          1. And Tsuruhana is conceited.
            That trait is an enemy of every human being. Forever. (Humility is the best! That’s why it’s the title lol)
            Conceit and unnecessary pride would narrow one’s perspectives and cause important things to fly over one’s head. (Better be pragmatic)

            Look at these Tsuruhana and Ema girls, crashing themselves into walls. Tsk tsk.

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  6. Thank you.
    This really brighten up my day, especially with all the stuff going on here in Vegas.
    This light and fluffy chapter you translated was what I needed ^_^

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  7. I can’t wait for the moment Kaburagi pesters Reika for help with Wakaba-chan!
    Was it in elementary? I vaguely remember Reika being his servant or something lol. Ah! It was cuz she was friends with Aira-sama, i think.
    Anyway, I can just imagine Reika handing him shoujo manga as “study material” hahaha

    Thanks for the chapter! :D

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    1. Gopher…She was a gopher…Perhaps she’ll be upgraded into Spy and then Killer later on (and kill Bakaburagi out of insanity caused by his foolish attitudes)

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    2. Reika would make a swell Secretary for Bakaburagi…an otherworldly one…
      Bakaburagi would experience Bald Monk Life, Convent Boys Life, and many other types of exciting life experiences.

      I think that’s the best and everlasting-efficiency idea to undermine all death flags in Reika’s life…bury Kaburagi Household down first before they could do anything to her household lmao

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  8. Tsuruhana-san was not having a good night’s sleep. She tossed and turned, her mind agitated by a dream.
    Peonies, white and pink and yellow, plagued her through dark halls. She ran as fast as she could, but the terrifying flowers were relentless. The corridors seemed to curl in on themselves, so she got nowhere.
    Eventually, she tripped on something, and fell with a screech. It was a ghost, feasting on human flesh.
    “Meddle not in the affairs of Immortals, little girl…” moaned the ghost, blood dripping down its jaw.
    She woke up with a start. Such a strange dream. Could it be an omen? She sat up on her bed, and her attention immediately caught the fan and peony branch at the foot of her bed. Tsuruhana screamed.

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    1. Katsuragi-kun woke up with a girlish scream.
      “What the heck?! What a scary dream. Tch it’s probably that Drill Hair’s fault.”
      He got up from bed and picked up the shuin from his nightstand.
      “Maybe I should stick this thing I got from that festival onto Drill Hair.”

      “Maybe I should order a custom talisman instead…”

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    1. Wakaba is using various bait to tie her into her route. Just wait until Kaburagi comes in unannounced and sees Wakaba spoon feeding a Reika wearing a collar that says “Wakaba’s precious.”

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  9. Go Reika-sama! Show Stalkaragi how a true stalker do the job and NTR wakaba from him. Observe her from far away, interact from the shadow, and share the secret only with each other.

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  10. Thx for the chapter o/
    Unsuspected chapter is welcome~~
    These two are walking the best friends route really fast… be careful of the last boss Wakaba-chan, she is one big jelly girl who won’t allow anyone (girl) close to what she likes…

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  11. “Aah, I’m pretty hungry. I haven’t had lunch yet so I’m going to get some curry. If you haven’t had lunch yet, do you want some too?”

    “No, but thank you.”

    “Really?”

    …She’s completely grasped her nature, hasn’t she?

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    1. If it should be that you find the Curly-haired Reika at your doorstep, you should feed it.

      Although in theory, this noble beast is predatory and powerful, the species is much too clumsy to catch its prey and is quite docile. As a result, it is quite easy to tame with gifts of food.

      Curly-haired Reikas make excellent pets for this reason. As they rapidly bond to their owners and make for fierce and loyal guardians.

      Some owners worry that the great glossy fur of the Reika would be difficult to maintain. Such worries are unfounded, as Reika’s are quite meticulous at maintaining the curly hair of their namesake. Although they appear to be high-maintenance and fussy at first glance, they are fastidious creatures that require very little besides food and attention.

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      1. The Curly Haired Reika is a native species of planet Suiran IV. Its very popular pet among galactic rich people, particularly Galactic Empire aristocrats. Her Majesty Rococo 2nd queen has a beautiful pure breed Reika too.

        The lady and pet are well known for eccentric laugh when they attend ball lead it becomes her reign trademark in empire history.
        Ohohoooohooo

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  12. Thank you for the chapter!
    This was a nice chapter about Reika-sama and Wakaba-chan, the only annoying thing was all the talk about Bakaburagi.
    Dog lover-kun really is a maniac.

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  13. Yay! The pics are back! And they’re so lovely~ XDXDXD And now I want squid…and cake…and snacks…and curry…

    Bakaburagi is so troublesome. Reika definitely is closer to Wakaba than him though. It’d be hilarious if he ever finds out that she’s his biggest rival. It’d be even more funny if he discovers he can’t win against her either XDD

    That Dog Lover-kun sure is living a blessed life…

    You’re so awesome~ Thank you so much for the newest chapter!

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    1. I await the scene when Bakaragi comes for dinner and sees Reika at the table, then let the accusations of cheating and a revival of the Jerry Springer show fly.

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  14. ehhhh Reika, who exactly are you trying to compete with in the end lololol Isn’t this the Wakaba route? Or rather, the Reika route for Wakaba? Reika, who shows up at random times to help Wakaba CHECK. Reika, who is secretly kinder than her “reputation” suggests CHECK. Reika, whose weaknesses have been firmly grasped by Wakaba CHECK. Doesn’t this all add up for her to be at least romantic lead option 2?

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  15. “I had eaten two in a row when I got home. Then I waited a little while and ate the rest too. They were great…”

    Reika has earned the title: Chief of the Binge-Eating Village
    Gives +Weight +Regret -Speed when eating 3 or more of the same food item. Mother units have increased chance succeeding in convincing Reika to diet.

    There is an option to merge this title with another one.
    Reika has evolved into: Chief of Forever Eating Alone Village
    Gives ++Weight +Regret –Speed +Determination when eating 3 or more of the same food item. Effects doubled when eating alone. Title holder granted increased resistance to romantic encounters.

    “And so Wakaba-chan placed two people’s worth of meals onto the table.”

    Reika has unlocked the secret path: Lily’s are also Edible
    Warning: If Reika continues along this path, the title “Chief of Forever Eating Alone Village” may be lost.

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  16. My guesses for the upcoming chapters are that enjou’s little bro likes the fiancé elect. Wakaba ends up with dark horse, enjou becomes engaged to Reika and kaburagi become the new pres of the loner village. I’m just guessing though. Idk why I think this

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  17. nooooo my ship!!!!!!!
    why?!!?!?!?!
    i was rooting for kaburagi and Reika all along. why wakaba san has to stole from our lovely and adorable protagonist?
    please give kaburagi back to us!!!!!

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