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Pointdevice/No-Miss Ending No. 05

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Sanae 

#0@2‘—And then it became clear that my mission was to destroy a great evil,

  

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#0@4Thus, I became revered as the saviour of the Moon.’

Sanae 

#0@5‘That should do it.

  

#0@6It's explained easier when illustrated.’

Kanako 

#0@7‘...So this is your report on the incident?’

Sanae 

#0@8‘Yes, it's the legend of my heroism.’

Kanako 

#0@9‘Hmm. The content is impressive, but how much of it is true?’

Sanae 

#0@10‘You won't believe it: about eighty per cent.’

Kanako 

#0@11‘Next time you write a report, make it 100% true.’

Kanako 

#0@12‘...Hmm-hmm

  

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#0@14Because the Lunar Capital itself was invaded. Is that true?’

Sanae 

#0@15‘Yes, absolutely true.’

Kanako 

#0@16‘Even so,

  

#0@17why did the Lunarians ask for your help?’

Sanae 

#0@18‘It's probably because I'm strong.’

Kanako 

#0@19‘It's because they've had an enemy they couldn't approach themselves.’

Kanako 

#0@20‘This Sagume... could she be...?’

Sanae 

#0@21‘Someone you know? She was quite odd.’

Kanako 

#0@22‘Well, if she is the Sagume, then the Lunarians are the heavenly gods'...’

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#0@25And they, though reluctant, were going to come down to Earth.

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#0@28‘This girl really has got it in her,’ thought Kanako.

#0@29Ending No.05 Qualified as a God of Earth

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Legacy (with Misses) Ending No. 06

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Kanako 

#0@2‘You can't even dodge that?!

  

#0@3Run a lap around the lake!’

Sanae 

#0@4‘Yes! I'm off!’

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Kanako 

#0@6‘Too slow!

  

#0@7Get ready for the next danmaku set!’

Sanae 

#0@8‘Huff huff~ Please let me rest for a bit.’

Kanako 

#0@9‘That attitude is why you're no match for the Lunarians!

  

#0@10You wanna come back all battered like last time?!’

Sanae 

#0@11‘No, I don't, but...’

Sanae 

#0@12‘We don't live in an era where sports teams and the like can win with willpower alone...’

Kanako 

#0@13‘You don't get it!

  

#0@14The fact that it's not that era is what makes it so valuable!’

Kanako 

#0@15‘Danmaku is all about guts!

  

#0@16If you can't dodge it, then you haven't got enough guts! Understand?!’

Sanae 

#0@17‘Yeah...’

Suwako 

#0@18‘We've got the result of the analysis.’

Kanako 

#0@19‘How was it?’

Sanae 

#0@20‘Huff huff huff~ Analysis?’

Suwako 

#0@21‘The analysis of the “Ultramarine Elixir”, of course.

  

#0@22Whilst Sanae was on the Moon, we were looking into it.’

Sanae 

#0@23‘Oh, so that's why I had to go to the moon without it.’

Suwako 

#0@24‘Looks like that was the right decision though.

  

#0@25It's likely that this potion had a strong side effect.’

Kanako 

#0@26‘Ho-ho, what side effect?’

Suwako 

#0@27‘While you're experiencing the future, an effect that purifies the past can also be observed.

  

#0@28If you were to use it on the ancient, native gods...’

Kanako 

#0@29‘It'd be an instant kill.’

Suwako 

#0@30‘Yes, this potion's got a strong influence on the living Earth creatures.’

Sanae 

#0@31‘Eh? So if I used it, I'd be dangerous?’

Suwako 

#0@32‘Well, nothing deadly would've happened.’

Suwako 

#0@33‘Well... it wouldn't have been deadly, probably, but all your impurities might be washed away, leaving you as a clean human.’

Sanae 

#0@34‘? Isn't that a good thing?’

#0@35The difference between surface dwellers and Lunarians is whether or not they've got impurity.

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#0@41Without the concept of ‘extra lives’, misses don't feel as heavy.

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