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Through his new relationships and interactions, he begins to reconsider his preconceptions towards disabilities, including his own. Some time after Hisao's name was decided on, the developers learned of a published Japanese psychologist with the same name, and acknowledged in the Dev Blog that the connection was complete coincidence.
Emi is an energetic, extroverted strawberry blonde girl with twintails and forest-green eyes.
Hisao feels guilty whenever she pouts, equating her expression to that of a sad puppy.
Emi is Rin's friend and hall mate due to both having extremely passionate vocations and complementary disabilities.
Depending on the choices made by the player, the story branches into multiple forks.
Each of these paths chronicle Hisao's deepening and eventually romantic relationship with one of the five main female characters (or lack thereof), which may variously end well, badly, or neutrally.
After a lengthy hospitalization, he is forced to transfer to a school specialized in providing education and healthcare for disabled students.
Over the course of the narrative, Hisao has the opportunity to come to grips with his condition and adjust to his new life.
Act 1 has since been updated for several additional languages; as of Act 1's fifth version, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, German, Hungarian, and both Traditional and Simplified Chinese are included.
In the prologue, he collapses from a major heart attack.
Due to his heart condition, he transfers to Yamaku High School in class 3-3, and although initially resentful of his placement in a school for the disabled, he eventually adapts to his new lifestyle.
Case has been marking its knives with tang stamps from the beginning.
The markings below show which tangs where used and when.
is a bishōjo-style visual novel by Four Leaf Studios that tells the story of a young man and five young women living with varying disabilities.