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“We’ll have a proper talk on Sunday, k?”

From my time with him, I know that whenever he sends me quick messages in succession it means he’s worried and is trying to reassure me.
As I read, a weight seemed to leave my chest, as I had expected the worst.

Relieved, I tried to focus on the situation at hand.
There was someone I had to talk to before anything else.

“Hirano-san, could we talk for a bit?” I called out to her when she was alone after school.

“W, what?”

“It’s about yesterday.
We need to talk.”

She flinched, unnerved and fearful, but I didn’t care.

“Do you have any idea what’s going on with the class right now?”

She answered me with a few moments of silence as if to collect her thoughts, then spoke her mind.
“I get that I’m to blame for the atmosphere there now.
The guys and the girls are in conflict, right? …I know that if I don’t do something, it’ll just stay like that.”

With the way she answered, it was safe to assume she wasn’t dumb.
So why do all that…?

“So you’d do something about it without being told?”

Believe it or not, I’m really sorry for what I did.
I reflected a bit…”

“I understand.
Just do it as soon as possible,” I left her with these words.

On Sunday, Kenichi came to my house and relayed what he knew.
That day was also the first time I ever heard that Wada was Kenichi’s friend since elementary school, which was the reason for his anger.

Also, isn’t it too early to have brought your sister to Wada, considering Maika? Well, I’ve completely lost track of what’s going on in her mind, so I can’t really bring it up.

“How does Maika feel about Wada after all?”

“I don’t know either.
I thought I had a pulse, but if she’s a tsundere or whatever, I’m not so sure anymore.
From a guy’s point of view, I don’t get that at all.
In fact, Kyohei thinks he’s hated.”

“I just hope she doesn’t think anything of it.
But isn’t it too soon to switch to your sister?”

“I don’t deny I set it all up right now, but she’s always liked him.
I didn’t do anything on that front.
Well, if he keeps his feelings for Ayatsuji, no unnecessary trouble will be caused.”

“Maybe so, but still…”

I wasn’t qualified to say what I was about to, so I stopped.

Then, on Monday, Maika skipped school.

I sent her a message during lunch break and got a few replies back, but still couldn’t understand her.
After school, I finally managed to give her a call.
She answered with a tear-ridden voice what had happened that day, and that she had feelings for Wada, something she had just realized.

Ahhh! You’re late, so late!

Moreover, it seems she happened to see Wada and his “friend” walking together… Though I knew otherwise from Kenichi’s intel.
However, it wasn’t right for me to be the one to break the news.

“Stop your whining and talk to him! You know what? I’ll ring him up.
What’s his number?”

“I only know his landline.
He doesn’t have a phone.”

“Huh…? Okay, I’ll do something.
Just, don’t be stubborn and speak clearly, okay?”

“… Got it.”

I’ll just ask Kenichi for now.

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