Are you ready for some more tears?
Meanwhile, 8man gets
cornered by Yukino into asking others for help, which he doesn't like doing.
The drama ensues.
<heartbroken☆ronery girl need help>
[How does everyone cope with their lost love? I just found out my crush of 2years is now going out with my best friend. I can't stand the love-love sight of them in club anymore. I want to leave the club. I want to DIE!]
It appears when it needs to.
I wish to be Saki Saki's outoto
and then get married to Komachi in the near future.
Threadly reminder that some people still deny that Iroha is aiming for 8man. pic related
see this faggot >>124359497
>is /a/ full of harem protags?
Yes we are
> But it was by surpassing that burden that made you a true warrior. A true, unemployed warrior. The people who say “it’s time to get serious” for the first time after being cornered were unemployed people and light novel authors. It came to reason that being unemployed equated to being a light novel author. Q.E.D. or Spirals: The Bonds of Reasoning instead.
Damn it Watari I lost my sides again
>And finally, she sent a smile my way. But the only one having a blast was just Haruno.
>There was no way I’d be having fun. But for some reason, Hayama made another gloomy expression.
Because at this point of the story he's being a jerk and an emo faggot so she's not interested in learning his name.
After that she calls hims senpai because she thinks he gets a boner from it. And she's right.
I wouldn't blame her, she went through far too much shit to keep those two autists together in the same club only to get NTR'ed in the end, and I don't even like her.
I pity Yuifags, must be suffering to cheer for a girl who's already lost.
>And walking up to them was Isshiki.
>After noticing Miura, Isshiki bowed to her. Miura nodded back. Isshiki made alternate looks between Hayama and Miura and had a fearless smirk.
>Then, she placed her hands to her mouth and yelled out with a large voice, “Hayama-senpai, doooo your best…! Ah, while I’m at it, senpai, too.”
>After hearing that, he waved his hand with a wry smile and for some reason, Tobe who was slightly further away replied with an energetic “Yeaaah”.
>“No, no, I didn’t mean you Tobe-senpai,” said Isshiki, slightly waving her hands as if saying “no way”.
>Miura watched that quietly, but after taking a deep breath in determination, she spat it out along with her voice. “Ha-Hayato… D-Do your best!”
>Her reserved voice was so small that it seemed like it could be drowned out by the cheering voices. But Hayama quietly raised his hand and of course, wore a gentle smile.
>Miura watched that in a trance and slowly nodded without letting out her voice.
>Isshiki watched the both of them in satisfaction on the side and then turned this way again. “…Senpai, do your best too, okaaaay!”