While Tsubame’s attempt to become Misha’s friend flopped, she has another idea. This time, it involves video games.
After Tsubame’s attempts to become friends with Misha failed, she thought about trying video games. Now that she knows that Misha plays a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, she decides to give it a try. Tsubame created a character that looks like a child and pretended to be a second grader. While she attracted a bunch of lolicons, which she blocked, she managed to find Misha. Misha’s character is a muscular male character named after her ferret. With that, they did missions together. After finishing a raid, however, Tsubame accidentally blew her cover. Misha becomes upset and logs out of the game.
To make it up to Misha, Tsubame with her father’s permission takes her camping. While Misha wanted to return home, she decided to stay and help cook. While she liked the food, she denies it. When night falls, she refused to sleep in the tent. While looking at the night sky, she remembered the last moments with her mother at the hospital. Eventually, she decided to sleep in the tent. Tsubame reveals that her father passed when she was young. However, Misha didn’t catch it. The next day, Tsubame made breakfast and eventually takes Misha to the zoo. When Misha returned home, her father is happy that she had fun. Shortly after, she denies that she had fun.
As expected, Tsubame playing video games with Misha is bound to happen. Of course, she had to pretend to become a second grader to increase her chances of becoming friends with Misha without getting her cover blown. It’s funny how Tsubame became shocked when she attracted over 65 lolicon friend requests. What did she expect when she pretended to be a second grader?
Thankfully, she manages to find Misha and pulls off the disguise for a while. Misha’s character is a tall, strong male character. While this shocks Tsubame, Misha is happy that she finally made a friend online. The funny thing is that the friend Misha made online is Tsubame. This is just like how Hanako as Dolly became friends with Chorigana, who was Uori. The funny thing is that neither knew their true identity until towards the end.
In comparison, Tsubame’s alternate identity only lasted for a few days. After she defeated a raid monster together with Misha, Tsubame accidentally blew her cover. I find it funny how Misha became upset after the big reveal, which causes her to logs off after calling Tsubame some nasty stuff. I knew this charade wouldn’t last long given how Tsubame acts.
To make up for that failure, Tsubame takes Misha camping, well against her will. It’s funny how she mentions Stockholm syndrome. It’s the same kind of stuff Satou did with Shio. Thankfully, Tsubame received permission from Misha’s father to take her camping, so it’s completely legal. In other words, this is more like bonding time. As expected, Misha remains defiant, despite liking the food she and Tsubame cooked. She even refused to sleep in the tent, but she ultimately changes her mind.
I have to admit that the flashback with Misha spending her last moments with her mother was emotional. This comes when Tsubame mentions that she lost her father when she was Misha’s age. This means that they have something in common? Sadly, Misha is too tired to remember it, but it will come up again later on.
No matter how much Misha denies it, it’s obvious that she enjoys being with Tsubame. It shows when she returns home all happy and giving her father a souvenir. Like with every tsundere, she will defrost eventually, and she won’t notice too much. ¶