Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ Episode #05

Oh look, it’s Megumi Kato as she looks so stunning on this shot!

And yet, seems that Tomoya Aki and the rest are curious why she’s there? Is Megumi being confronted by a guy who’s about to confess his feelings?

Well, sort of but unfortunately for that guy, Megumi Kato turned him down as she’s busy on the weekends. I mean, she’s doing programming work most of the time.

With that said, looks like Tomoya got a sigh of relief as his heroine didn’t get a boyfriend, yet Mr. Ethical couldn’t make a move towards Megumi which Utaha-sempai called him as a pathetic protagonist!

Speaking of Utaha, she’s mad that there’s little progress for Blessing Software’s visual novel that they might miss the release date in time for Winter Comiket.

While Kasumigaoka is done writing the story, all that’s left is Eriri’s illustrations which are not finished especially when Tomoya added the last “harem” route.

But let’s focus on Sawamura as she’s stay at her vacation house for a week, ditching school in order to focus on finishing the illustrations.

However, Eriri having to stay at her vacation house by herself proved to be a fatal mistake as Utaha-sempai pointed out to Tomoya.

You see, Utaha Kasumigaoka is cynical about Eriri’s one-week seclusion. In fact, Kasumigaoka thinks that Sawamura might procrastinate or even abandon her work, something that Mr. Ethical don’t want that to happen!

Of course, Tomoya believes that Eriri would finish the illustrations before the deadline. But wait a minute, where’s Eriri Spencer Sawamura?

Well, seems that she’s doing the illustrations… on a canvas using traditional methods. Yeah, Tomoya Aki is worried that she might not finish all of it!

Of course, Eriri claimed that she finished all of the illustrations before fainting, which Tomoya is even more afraid about his childhood friend’s well-being as well as her work! In any case, we’ll see about that on the next episode.

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