After Nina and Uta received a beating from Hiyo’s and Ruka’s attack, they need to recover. Of course, Uta decides to do some nefarious things while Ruka, Hiyo, Momo, and Miyako search for Princess Yuki.
It seems that Momo made some food. Yep, she is staying at her own place instead in the dorm. While her grandmother passed away, she has unfinished business.
The funny thing is that Miyako pulled an all nighter. I wonder why? She is investigating something on a social network app called Ho-kago app, which means After School. Only high school girls can use this app. She was using it lately since she came across something. Yes, the Princess Yuki’s Magical Room, which Princess Yuki claims to use a spell get rid of the negative feelings and make the person reborn. It’s obvious that Miyako is worried that Yuki might be a reflector from the red team.
While Momo and Hiyo doesn’t believe her, Miyako reminds them of Nina. Given that everyone in the group is sharing their troubles, it’s obvious that Miyako wants Hiyo and Ruka to investigate.
Of course, Ruka and Hiyo asked various schoolgirls about Princess Yuki. Sadly, not too many excep one girl who tell the girl’s trouble to Yuki know her identity. Apparently, Yuki might be a girl named Kana. Still, it seems like Ruka and Hiyo are having a date instead since they eat ice cream cones together.
Meanwhile, we wonder why Shino is suffering so much. She is apparently getting the key that leads them to the Common. What is this Common place? Since it’s a video game spoiler, I won’t say what it is. I guess we’ll find out soon enough.
Of course, since Uta needs to recover, she decides to toy with Princess Yuki. Uta decides to troll Princess Yuki’s magical room saying that Yuki is a fraud and a liar after trying to become friends with her. Yep, everyone turned against her very quickly, which causes Yuki to become upset and in pain. It’s obvious that she has a chronic illness and unable to attend school. Since she feels that nobody will socialize with her, she created a fake identity to do it.
Now, with all the hate thanks to Uta’s trolling, I guess this isn’t too surprising since Uta has a dark past as she is disgusted by the real world. When someone stabbed her in the leg, she realizes something, her love for pain. I guess this is probably why she is somewhat a masochist and wanting to take other girl’s feelings of despair.
While Yuki almost went into berserk mode as Momo, Ruka, and Hiyo receives the call, Miyako decides to intervene. Miyako talked with Yuki and given their similar experiences and possibly wanting to become friends, Yuki finally calmed down. It was enough to neutralize the whole thing, which disappoints Uta. Of course, Uta receives a yelling from Nina for leaving their base.
Either way, while Yuki doesn’t know what just happened, it’s obvious that Miyako became friends with her. Yuki also revealed that she isn’t the real Princess Yuki but used her identity. The real one is Uta herself. Not too surprising given that she wants to take those feelings of despair away. I wondered why Miyako didn’t realize this already. The moral of the story is to not pretend to be someone else and don’t let internet trolls bother you. In other words, don’t feed the trolls.