Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ Episode #06

Well you look at that, seems that Eriri Spencer Sawamura is okay but I wonder who took care of her?

Why it’s none other than Tomoya Aki as he’s taking a rest, but it appears that Eriri step on his face. Poor Mr. Ethical…

Of course, Tomoya didn’t go to her vacation house however as he got some help.

In fact, it was his rival Iori Kashima who give him a ride and help him on carrying Eriri to her bed.

Even though he helped Tomoya-kun, I still suspect Iori and his driver of sabotage. I mean, they might steal Eriri’s artwork!

Fortunately, Iori and his driver didn’t steal any of it so it’s all good.

On the other hand, it’s nice to see Eriri’s finished artwork as it oozes with quality. Too bad that her fever has delayed the game production as Winter Comiket is right around the corner.

But what’s important is that Eriri Spencer Sawamura is okay, and I have to say that Tomoya Aki cares about his childhood friend.

Still, they need to take responsibility for delaying the game ’cause the completion of the visual novel is behind schedule.

With that said, Utaha Kasumigaoka and the rest forgive both Eriri and Tomoya as they finished the visual novel in time for the Winter Comiket.

In fact, Blessing Software has managed to sell all 100 copies of the game, but it would be nice if made more. Still, they become successful that visitors are taking notice of the visual novel, especially when Blessing Software has both Eriri Spencer Sawamura and Utaha Kasumigaoka as part of the staff.

And yet despite their success, seems that a certain boring heroine is pretty much upset. Not just because of the delays during the production…

…but rather that Megumi Kato was left out when something’s wrong with the team, like Eriri getting a fever and stuff. Yeah, she’s pretty angry towards Tomoya Aki!

Now that the Winter Comiket is over, I wonder what’s next for Blessing Software on the next episode?

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