A fox sprit possesses Kon? This should be fun.
From the looks of it, it seems that the girls are thinking about the ideal prince charming as they talk about romance. In short, the girls use their knowledge as Urara to find their ideal lover. To accomplish this, Koume takes out a pendulum to track where the lover is. Koume personifies it as a 6-year-old named Undulette, which is a cute little girl. It relies on the owner’s deepest desires. With that, it’s obvious where this is going.
So, how did the search go? It was hilarious as the girls went around in circles. Chiya almost got in trouble as the pendulum point it to a forbidden district. Thankfully she didn’t actually do it. Aside from that, it seems the pendulum is losing faith before it actually found the lover. It was Saku who was in disguise. She did a poor job concealing herself and Chiya notices. Aside from those two girls becoming excited, the pendent made a good choice.
In the second half, the girls try Kokkuri, which allows fox, tanuki and other animal spirits to summon in order to answer questions. This is done by moving the fortune coin with help from other people. This reminds me of the Ouija board since its almost set up the same way, but not nearly as creepy.
While it’s funny to see Chiya summon foxes to do it, Koume messes up. In short, the fox spirit took control of Koume’s and next, Nono’s body, it eventually took over Kon’s. This is where hilarity ensues. The surprising thing is that Chiya is completely unaffected by it. This is where Chiya finds a way to bring Kon back thanks to her advice.
With Kon only hearing the words after she kisses Chiya, Chiya grows closer with Kon. It’s not surprising since Kon continues to try to get closer with Chiya.