Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side 2nd Season Walkthrough :
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**Replication of this walkthrough and its contents, wholly or in parts, is NOT ALLOWED without permission of the author (meli). This walkthrough is meant for GAMEFAQS, Cheat Code Central, Neoseeker, Supercheats and Cheat Happens only.** ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ UPDATES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ And... TMGS 2nd Season finally hits the stores! (Well, the ones in Japan, anyway.) I've received a lot of emails asking if I'd be making an faq for 2nd Season, so... here we go. As always, helpful tips/corrections/other useful input will be appreciated. Spoilers abound, btw. You have been warned. JIS version up! More to come; stay tuned :) If you wind up seeing gibberish on the page, you need to change your browser settings: For IE users, right-click/encoding/Japanese (Shift-JIS) For Firefox users, view/encoding/Japanese (Shift_JIS) For optimum viewing, I recommend using Google Chrome. *If you prefer a non-JIS version of this walkthrough, drop me an email and I'll provide it in a .txt file. (Basically the same thing, just sans Japanese characters) ((/04/10)) ~ JIS version 1.0 up ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CONTENTS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To use Quicksearch: Ctrl+F ~ Introduction [intd] ~ Differences between 2nd Season, the PS2 original, and 1st Love [difr] ~ Starting the Game ~ Basic configuration [cnfg] ~ Options [optn] ~ Preset Events [prst] ~ Commands and Parameters [cmmd] ~ Playing the Game ~ Events [evnt] ~ After school [afts] ~ Conversation Topics [cnvr] ~ Clubs [clbs] ~ Jobs [jbss] ~ Money [mney] ~ Shopping [shpg] ~ Dating ~ Getting started [ggsd] ~ Date spots [dspt] ~ Date disturbers [dtdb] ~ Best Friends [bffl] ~ After the date [aftd] ~ Love Mode [lvmd] ~ Skinship [sksp] ~ Tokimeki Panel [tmpl] ~ Bombs [bmbs] ~ Rival Mode [rivl] ~ Endings [endn] ~ Characters ~ Guys - Saeki Teru 佐伯瑛 [saet] - Shiba Katsumi 志波勝己 [shkk]] - Hikami Itaru 氷上格 [hikt] - Hariya Kounoshin 針谷幸之進 [hark] - Christopher Weatherfield クリストファー・ウェザーフィールド [chrs] - Amachi Shouta 天地翔太 [amcs] - Wakaouji Takafumi 若王子貴文 [wakt] - Masaki Motoharu 真咲元春 [masm] - Akagi Kazuyuki 赤城一雪 [akgi] - Majima Tarou 真嶋太郎 [mjmt] - Komori Taku 古森拓 [kmrt] ~ Girls - Todou Tatsuko 藤堂竜子 [todt] - Onoda Chiyomi 小野田千代美 [onoc] - Nishimoto Haruhi 西本はるひ [nism] - Mizushima Hisoka 水島密 [mizh] ~ Others - Hanatsubaki Himeko 花椿姫子 [hanh] - Otonari Yuu 音成遊 [otoy] - Saeki Souichirou 佐伯総一郎 [saes] ~ Miscellaneous ~ Character Aspirations [aspn] ~ Heroine’s Ending [endg] ~ Items [itms] ~ Mini-games [gams] ~ Tips [tpss] ~ Quirks [qrks] ~ Afterword [afwd] ~ Credits [crdt] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ INTRODUCTION [intd] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It's been a long wait! For those new to the TMGS series, welcome aboard! :3 Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side: 2nd Season is the fourth in a series of dating simulations games for girls produced by Konami. It's also the long-awaited sequel of the PS2 version - Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side: 2nd Kiss. 2nd Season, like the PS2 original, is seaside-themed. Definitely one of the unique aspects of this game. Hanegasaki High is located next to the beach, and you'll find that most of the events in this game (the legend backstory, the game art, etc) revolve around the ocean. You'll play as a girl starting her school days at Hanegasaki High, where you're thrust into a surprisingly varied dating pool. Konami has added two more "secret characters" into the mix to up the interest factor, and you'll find that this fantastic sequel holds many new quirks for exploration. The best part? It all takes place on a NDS, so you'll be able to poke/molest your dating prospects at your own leisure :) If you've played this game before (whether on a PS2 or NDS), you'll definitely want to try out 2nd Season. It's chock-full with lots of new CGs, extra scenes, extra love sequences, and of course, Skinship. And if you're new to this awesome series, you'll certainly enjoy it as well! It might take a few playthroughs to get you used to the gameplay, but it's worth it! XD ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 2ND SEASON, THE PS2 ORIGINAL, AND 1ST LOVE [difr] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Where to start? Here we go... ~ 2nd Season has expanded on where 2nd Kiss left off on Love Mode: You now get to walk home with a guy when a date has gone particularly well. Along the way, you'll get to poke at him to net you a number of skinship points (more on that in the Dating section) ~ Skinship has evolved greatly from 1st Love. Instead of just poking with your stylus, you now get to use different methods of using it to have different interactions and trigger a separate set of reactions. Lovely :D ~ Unlike 2nd Kiss, checking in with Yuu no longer takes up an entire day. This definitely makes the whole bomb-defusing process a lot easier. ~ Bomb frequency also seems to have decreased significantly - you may find that certain characters don't bomb you once in a single game! ~ More endings have been added to the mix. Characters such as Saeki and Hariya can have as many as 5 endings each! ~ Skinship for event CGs is much less complex. You no longer have to worry (much) about bad skinship with the guys, as most of the CGs now don't have negative skinship points. (there are exceptions to this rule, however.) ~ Addition of more event CGs for most of the male characters. With more unlockable goodies, who can resist? ~ The love panel has also been edited slightly in 2nd Season! It's a lot easier to read now, as compared to 1st Love. (more on that in the Skinship section) ~ And best of all: All the dialogue gets voiced this time round. Even that of the random classmates/date disturbers/extra people involved in events. A definite improvement! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ STARTING THE GAME ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ //Basic Configuration// [cnfg] L button - Skip dialogue. Press and hold when doing commands to speed things up. Up/Down/Left/Right on the D-pad - Proceed with dialogue Up/Down on the D-pad - Scroll up and down Most of 2nd Season is played via stylus, so you might not be using the buttons often. :) //In-game options// [optn] On the opening screen, the three options read: Start New Game Continue Game Options Covering Options first: ~ Text Display Speed [Normal/Fast/Immediate] ~ Command Progress Speed [Normal/Fast/Skip] ~ Sound [Voice/BGM/Sound Effects] ~ Restore Default Settings ~ Album ~ Endings ~ Return If you're starting a fresh game, the first thing you'll be asked for is your family name, followed by your given name. Next, fill in your birthday, then pick your blood type. The blood type you pick will affect your horoscope reading on the internet. Choose a room for yourself. Unlike TMGS: 1st Love, the room you pick does NOT affect your starting parameters (more on that later). It just determines which girl you'll meet on your first day. The rooms appear in this order: ~ Onoda Chiyomi (the studious one) ~ Mizushima Hisoka (the feminine one) ~ Nishimoto Haruhi (the cheerful one) ~ Todou Tatsuko (the sporty one) Following this, you'll be asked to set up your EVS (Emotional Voice System). It's basically how the male characters will say your name in-game. The main gripe I have about the EVS is that it hasn't really improved much from 1st Love - most of the longer name combinations will still be drastically shortened. Awkward name sequences don't register either :( (Definitely where the PS2 version wins out! You could have really weird names like Ohohohoho-san and the guys would still say it with a straight face XD ) //Preset Events// [prst] (in order of occurrence) The Legend of the Mermaid “Why are you crying? Hey, are you a mermaid?” And so, the youth and the maiden who met on the shore fell in love. The maiden watched the calm sea, her eyes expressing what she wished to say in words. She was a mermaid after all, and had lost her ability to speak after she took on the form of a human… Heartless villagers expressed their hatred in violence towards this mermaid maiden, so she had no choice but to return to the sea. In place of a goodbye, the two exchanged a kiss. They believed that someday, the ocean would bring them together again. After bidding farewell to the mermaid, day after day, the young man continued to scan the ocean horizons. And one day, filled with determination in his heart, the youth left the island in search of his love. He never returned. And so tells the legend, the sad story of the mermaid – The game opens with a narration of the Mermaid story, followed by a pretty CG with a half-concealed face of a young boy (Konami definitely needs to work on their suspense - it doesn't exactly take a genius to figure it out) who seals a promise to the heroine with a kiss. Aww. You're then brought to the present, and you run into Saeki Teru, the main dateable character, for the first time. Cue another pretty CG where you can poke at him a bit for kicks, but the moment's ruined when you find yourself asking him for directions. He turns up in a waiter's uniform, and some not-too- friendly conversation later, you two endup parting ways. When you finally reach Hanegasaki High, you run into Saeki once more, and he's less than pleased to have someone who knows about where he works in the same school. In short, he tells you not to let anyone know about his status, and you head on for the entrance ceremony. You'll run into your first girl friend next (according to which room you chose at the beginning) and swap names and some information. Mosey on over to your homeroom, and meet your (dateable) teacher, Wakaouji Takafumi! He'll introduce himself, and hands out a questionnaire which determines your... //Commands and Parameters// [cmmd] The first three questions determine your parameters, and the last two affect whom you’ll have your accidental kiss with. 1) Why did you choose to come to this school? a. This school is famous for its academics. b. The uniform looks good. c. This school is famous for its sports. 2) What are your interests? d. Appreciating the arts. e. I love shopping. f. Reading. 3) What do you hope to focus on in your life as a student? g. A part-time job. h. Experience youth with club activities! i. Of course, to fall in love~ Here’s the part that gets a bit more complicated. There are 5 different parameter sets, each with different pros and cons. You might want to base your answers on which guy you want to get and which parameters are required for them. The studious type: Intelligence 60, Arts 45, Style 45, Fitness 35, Social 30, Charm 45. How to get: adh, aeh, afh, afi, bfh The artistic type: Intelligence 35, Arts 60, Style 50, Fitness 40, Social 30, Charm 45. How to get: adi, bdg, bdh, bdi, cdi The fashionable type: Intelligence 35, Arts 40, Style 60, Fitness 45, Social 30, Charm 50. How to get: aeg, aei, beg, beh, bei, bfi, cei The sporty type: Intelligence 40, Arts 40, Style 45, Fitness 60, Social 35, Charm 40. How to get: cdg, cdh, ceh, cfg, cfh The neutral type: Intelligence 45, Arts 45, Style 45, Fitness 45, Social 40, Charm 40. How to get: adg, afg, bfg, ceg, cfi And the section for the accidental kiss: 4) What type of guy do you like? a. Kind. b. Aloof. c. A bit flirtatious. followed by: d. Someone reliable. e. Someone cool. f. Someone interesting. Here we go: Saeki Teru – ae, be Hikami Itaru – bf Shiba Katsumi – bd Hariya Kounoshin – ce Christopher Weatherfield – af Amachi Shouta – cf Wakaouji Takafumi – ad Masaki Motoharu – cd Note that the accidental kiss does not happen immediately after you take the questionnaire - it occurs on the first of May. Those who've played the PS2 version of GS should definitely be familiar with this aspect of the game. The heroine can access different commands, which allow her to raise/decrease a multitude of parameters. These parameters affect how fast a guy likes you (since different guys have different parameter requirements), as well as how certain events turn out (eg. exams) If you do well in raising a parameter for a week (100% success rate), your guy/gal will compliment you on it. The basic layout on the touch screen: Sleep | Study | Paint | Club | *Join/Quit Club Exercise | Read Magazines | Groom | Hang out (Girls) *Call | *Go Out | *Yuu | **Taku | **Tarou | Wardrobe | Internet | Option | Calendar | Email | DATA | * accessible only on weekends/ public holidays ** accessible on weekdays, only after certain events take place ...And the parameters on the left screen: Stress ストレス | Rich リッﾁ度 Intelligence 学力 | Arts 芸術 Fitness 運動 | Social 気配 Style 流行 | Charm 魅力 Sleeping reduces your Stress, but it also lowers the rest of your parameters. For the best effect, only sleep on weekends and public holidays, since sleeping on weekdays tends to lower your other parameters a lot more. Note that if your Stress rockets above 100, your character gets a fever and is incapacitated for a few weeks. The upside to this is that if a guy likes you enough, he's drop by to check in on you :) Studying increases Intelligence, a bit of Arts and a tiny bit of Style. It decreases your Fitness and a bit of Charm. No effect on Social. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Saeki, Hikami, Wakaouji Painting increases Arts, a bit of Style, and a tiny bit of Intelligence. It decreases Fitness and a bit of Social. No effect on Charm. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Saeki, Christopher Reading Magazines increases Style, a bit of Charm and a little bit of Arts. It decreases a bit of Social and Intelligence. No effect on Fitness. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Saeki, Hariya, Amachi Exercising increases Fitness and a bit of Social. It lowers a bit of Charm, Intelligence and Arts. No effect on Style. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Saeki, Shiba, Wakaouji Grooming increases Charm, a bit of Style and a tiny bit of Arts. It decreases Social, as well as a bit of Fitness and Intelligence. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : None Hanging out with... Todou Tatsuko increases Social and Fitness. She decreases a bit of Intelligence, Art and Fashion. No effect on Charm. Onoda Chiyomi increases Social, Intelligence, and a bit of Fitness. She decreases Arts and Style. No effect on Charm. Nishimoto Haruhi increases Social, Fitness and Style. She decreases Intelligence and a bit of Arts. No effect on Charm. Mizushima Hisoka increases Social, Arts, and a bit of Charm. She decreases a bit of Fitness, Style, and Intelligence. Special commands with... Komori Taku increases Social and Fitness. He decreases your Intelligence, Arts, Fashion and Charm. Majima Tarou increases a LOT of Stress, and a bit of Fitness, Social, Fashion and Charm. He decreases Intelligence and Arts. Clubs... Baseball increases Social and Fitness, decreases Charm, Intelligence, Arts and Style. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Shiba (3rd year) Lacrosse increases Fitness, Social and Charm. Decreases Intelligence. No effect on Arts and Style. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : None Track and Field increases Fitness, Social and Arts. Decreases Intelligence. No effect on Charm and Style. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Wakaouji Cheerleading increases Charm, Fitness, Social and Arts. Decreases Intelligence. No effect on Style. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Amachi Art increases Arts, Style and Social. Decreases Fitness. No effect on Charm and Intelligence. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Christopher Band increases Arts, Style and Social. Decreases Fitness. No effect on Charm and Intelligence. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Mizushima Student Council increases Intelligence, Arts, and Social. Decreases Fitness and Charm. No effect on Style. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Hikami, Chiyomi Handicrafts increases Arts, Style, and Social. Decreases Fitness and Charm. No effect on Intelligence SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : None Jobs... Sangosho Café increases every parameter. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Saeki Nei Music House increases Arts, Style, Social and Charm. Decreases Intelligence. No effect on Fitness. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Hariya Anastasia Confectionery increases Style, Fitness, Social and Charm. Decreases Intelligence and Arts. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Haruhi URSULA Select Shoppe increases everything except Fitness, which decreases. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Himeko Anneri Floral House increases everything except Style and Charm, which have no change. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Masaki Stallion Gasoline increases Style, Fitness and Social. Decreases Intelligence and Arts. No effect on Charm. SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : Todou Debugging decreases every parameter. :( SD characters who join you ( :) and above) : None On weekends, you can access the options, Call, Go Out, and Yuu. The Call command lets you call guys for dates/get a job. The Go Out command lets you go out to do shopping, or leave the house for a date. Finally, visiting Yuu will is a simple task of approaching your window to ask him for information. You'll see 3 available optons: - Check your current status with everyone you know (including bombs) - Check information on particular guys/girls (also how you get phone numbers and birthday dates registered on your calendar) - Skinship Lesson The skinship lesson's pretty interesting - you get to try out different skinship techniques on your underage male neighbour. Well, if Konami finds it socailly acceptable, then it must be! XD Looking through your wardrobe lets you experiment with different styles of clothes, and lets you set outfit combinations for easy access later. You also get to sell your older clothes and accessories for some quick cash. Checking the internet regularly lets you unlock new date spots, read up on the latest movies and performances, consult your horoscope, and check out Himeko's column for the newest trends. The horoscope sections appear in this order: ~ Study (affects... studying? lol) ~ Leisure (affects playing with the girls, painting, reading mags, non-sports club activities, as well as Komori/Tarou commands) ~ Sports (affects exercising, sports club activities) ~ Love (affects grooming and success when calling for dates) Note that a ":D" grants the activity a 95% success rate, whereas a "X(" gives only a 5% success rate. The calendar is a handy option when planning your dates, study times, etc. You can track the start of holidays and basically get a look at your schedule ahead. The email option lets you receive correspondence from your girl friends. You can also get frequent updates on clothing availabilty for the shops, as well as view which jobs you can apply for. Tap the DATA icon to save your game. On the save screen, the options on the top read, "Save/Load/Delete" The options on the bottom read, "Restore/Title Menu/Return" NOTE: CHOOSING "RESTORE" WILL DELETE ALL YOUR SAVE FILES, ALBUM PHOTOS, AND ENDINGS. You have 21 save slots to fill, so knock yourself out :) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PLAYING THE GAME ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ //Events// [evnt] +Exams+ You periodically get exams during the school year, and your results are determined as follows: Languages (Japanese/English) – 100% Intelligence Mathematics – 80% Intelligence, 20% Social Elective Courses – 60% Style, 40% Intelligence Art – 90% Art, 10% Charm Home Economics – 80% Social, 20% Fitness If you're aiming to impress guys like Saeki, Hikami, Wakaouji-sensei or Amachi with your brains, aim to get a good ranking and keep your parameters up when the exams draw near. And if you're bordering in the single digits for your Intelligence parameter, be prepared for remedial sessions with Wakaouji-sensei for a week :| +Sports Day+ Occurs each year on the second Saturday of every June. Choose the first option to take part in the sports meet, and you'll have to pick from a list of 3 events. - "Borrow the Item" Race 借り物競争 - Three-Legged Race 二人三脚 - Bread Eating competition パン食い競走 When you win, your guy will get a nice boost in affection. If you wind up in last place, the opposite will happen T_T If you're playing the game for the first time, I strongly advise you to save. The first time I attempted the "Borrow the Item" race, it ended with disastrous results... The Bread Eating competition's a great way of raising affection with a guy - provided you're confident in getting first place! After the race (regardless of whatever position you finished with) you'll get a chance to offer your guy a piece of the bread you brought back with you. Good hygiene aside, winning first place and sharing your bread means you'll get a double affection boost. Yum! More info on the sports day games and how to play them (and win) in the "Mini-games" section. After the main sporting events, the day winds up with a folk dance. You'll get to interact with 3 guys at the highest affection for you. +School Trip+ Takes place in your second year, from the 17th to the 22th of September. If the guy you're going for likes you enough, he'll automatically ask you to pair up with him to explore Kyoto. If he doesn't, you'll have to ask him yourself. And if you end up getting rejected (boo) you'll pair up with your gal pal. On the 4th day/night, you'll be approached by your closest gal pal ** and she'll invite you over to the boys' room for a pillow fight mini-game. You'll be teaming up with your guy against her and her guy, so be prepared for a lot of fun! Whether you win or not doesn't really matter, since a random teacher ends up barging in at the end of it. You get to choose 1 of 3 hiding spots: Under the table Under the futon In the cupboard If you're lucky enough, you'll end up squished next to your guy. Some cute blushing later, you'll return to your rooms. Note that the hiding spots are random, so you could end up being squished up next to your pal's guy, or your gal pal herself (which would be just weird, no?) ** Does not apply if said pal is on rival mode, or if you haven't met the dude she fancies in-game. More info on the pillow fight mini-game can be found in the "Mini-games" section. +School Culture Festival+ You might notice that every November, a special command replaces that of the usual "club" command. This option lets you prepare for the School Culture Festival, in which you take part in the first 2 years by managing a stall or staging a performance. In the third year, you'll get to act in a school play with the guy closest to you, which leads to a special cutscene and a huge boost of affection. If you don't prepare actively enough (ie. you skiver, tsk!), your stall/ performance will fail. In the case of the third year, your guy will go on stage while you get stuck manning the props :| If you're not in a club, the culture festival command will raise all of your parameters. If you're in one, choosing to do the command will If you're in a sports club, you'll get the school play option in the 3rd year automatically. If you're in a non-sports club, you need to choose the 2nd option when prompted. +School Break+ 3 School breaks a year - One in spring, summer, and winter. During this time, you carry out all your commands at home (usually with Yuu) During this period, you should probably take some time to go on the net and invite your guy to some holiday-exclusive dating hotspots. Summer break: Fireworks Festival, the Beach, and the Night Parade at the Amusement Park winter break: Skiing, the Skating rink, Seaside Walk Spring break: Forest Park (Sakura Viewing) +Consultation Day+ Occurs on the 4th of April in your 3rd year. You'll see 3 options: - University - Management - check aspirations of other characters The 3rd option lets you see what the others want for their future, so it might be useful to plan a similar route to your guy for a happy ending. Whichever you end up choosing, Wakaouji-sensei will give you an evaluation of your progress so far If he's smiling, it probably means you'll have a high chance of getting into the course you want. If he isn't, you need to work on your parameters more. For more info on what the other characters want, check out the "Character Aspirations" section. +Club Camp+ Every summer, you will have to take part in the annual club camp (unless you're club-less, of course.) For the camp to be successful, you'll need to have practiced the activity enough, or it'll be a failure. If you fail miserably in it, the guy/girl in the same club as you will have a decrease in affection. Another part of the club camp is the cooking! On one of the days, you'll be given an option to prepare food for the entire camp. The results depend wholly on your social parameter, so make sure you come prepared! First year - CHIN suru curry チンするカレー (required Social: 0) - Kodawari no curry こだわりのカレー (required Social: 60) - Puu Paa Pon curry プーパッ ポン カリ(required Social: 80) Second year - Canned yakitori 焼き鳥の缶詰 (required Social: 0) - Special Oyako Don 特製親子丼 (required Social: 60) - Pii Gai Yaato Sai ピッ ガイ ヤット サイ (required Social: 80) Third year - CHIN suru beef bowl チンする牛丼 (required Social: 0) - Special Vegetable and Meat Stew 特製青彬肉 (required Social: 60) - Steak, eggs, and seasoning オッソブーコ (required Social: 80) Never choose the first option, because everyone will hate it! After the camp is over, you'll get your special item, which raises several of your parameters :) more info on the parameters raised/lowered in the "Items" section. Of course, you could always join a club, not do any club commands, and reap the benefits when the club camp rolls around -shifty eyes- +Valentine’s Day+ Ah, the joys of youth! On the 13th of February, you'll get the option of going out to buy chocolate after school. You'll see: - Buy 10 Rich Chocolate - Buy 1 Rich Chocolate - Go Home You can buy both the 10 Rich and the 1 rich if you're feeling particularly wealthy :) Once you get home, choose the first option to make some yummy homemade chocolate for your man! [Commence Valentine Chocolate mini-game] It's exactly the same as the one in 1st Love, so those who've played it before should get a grasp on this one pretty quickly. Tips for the choco-newbies: ~ Don't stir out of the bowl ~ Don't intersect your stir-lines ~ Stir slowly (not too slowly though) ~ Memorize the Kanji for Right/Left For more information on how to play the Valentine Chocolate mini-game, refer to the "Mini-games" section of this guide. If you give your homemade chocolate to the guy you're after, you'll get a high boost in affection. If he's in tokimeki state and you give him the 1 Rich (giri) chocolate, his affection will go down instead. If your Social is above 80, 100, and 120 for the 3 years, you get an allowance of 2 mistakes to make your perfect Valentine chocolate. If your Social is dismal (ie. below 50, 70 and 90), you can't afford to make any mistakes, and chances of you making poisonous goo is much higher :o Your stress goes up too, if you take too many tries in getting your V-day chocs just right. By the fourth try (and your last), your stress would have gone up by a whopping 12. When you get to school after Yuu's incessant reminders, be sure to give the right chocolates to the right guy! Don't let all your efforts go down the drain... If you change your mind and want to hoard the chocolate to yourself, simply choose the bottom option when the list of guys pops up. When you reach home, you can either eat the chocolate yourself or offer some to Yuu (second option) +White Day+ It's an occasion exclusive to Japan, though some other neighbouring countries have recently taken to celebrating it as well. White Day is basically a day where the guys return the favour to the girls by giving them gifts as a thank you for the chocolates they receive on V-day. Also a day where most confessions take place (though not in this game, unfortunately) You'll be approached by the guys who you gave chocolates to on Valentines day. If they