Summary: Waking up injured, a man finds himself in a small village after being rescued by an apprentice physician. Having no memory of who he is and a mask he cannot take off, he decides to live with the other villagers peacefully. But peace is fragile, as a single event in their village plunges himself and his fellow villagers into a path of war.
If you are playing the voice.exe version, the game does crash: 'When nicknames are given'.
To get past it save right before the scene. Run the utaware-dvd.exe version and save after the scene is done.
Also 64 Bit does crash after every save BUT the save still works(!). 32 Bit does not have this problem.
Make sure you are not still seeding the torrent when you play because the bittorrent client locks your files into read-only and causes problems with saving.
This is intended as small token of gratitude towards Naomi, but I don't really mind if anyone else were to find and read this.
I really wanted this picture of Hiromi here because of how much you like her and wished you were more like her.
Thing is, if even she can smile this beautifully then so can you, and you've shown me plenty of that within these past few days.
Today marks our first day of being more than imouto and onii-chan and I couldn't be happier about it. You keep going on about how
I saved you, even though it was us saving each other by sticking together and now making plans for the future. Just thinking about it brings
tears to my eyes because I never imaged it actually happening... Yet here we are.
I find it very hard to find the right words when I'm not talking to you directly, for some reason they won't come because I want them to have
as much impact as possible, which is when we're skyping or talking on the phone.
Thank you Naomi. Thank you for sticking around to see us come this far. I love you with all my heart, and I never want to think about even a
single day without you anymore. I want to devote my whole life to you and you only. We'll make it happen. I believe in us and our young relationship.
Timo / Nay-Nay
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