[My Forged Wedding: PARTY] Yamato Kougami Season 1 -His Feelings- Guide

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(Please take into consideration that I haven’t completed this route using this guide, but these answers should be correct. If they are not, please feel free to let me know so that it can be corrected.)

Notes about Endings:

The ending you get is not affected by the type of story you choose during the Avatar Missions. Choosing to take the Normal Route will not make it harder or impossible for you to reach the Super Happy End.

The amount of Chemistry you have, which you get by making choices during the Story and through raising your Charm, determines what ending you will get.

There is only one ending. You will need 30,000 Wife Points and 150 Chemistry to get it.

Choosing the right answer will give you 10 Chemistry. The other answer will give you 5 Chemistry. During Double Chemistry Fever, you will be given 20 Chemistry for the right answer and 10 Chemistry for the other answer.

You will not be able to get the Super Happy End on making the right choices alone (unless you play the story during Double Chemistry Fever). Choosing all the right answers will only give you a total of 140 points, so you need to have at least 10 Chemistry from raising your Charm so that you can reach the 150 points needed for the Super Happy End.

Episode 1: Childhood Memories
A: “She’s like my mother.”
A: “Look who’s talking.”

Episode 2: Tears Vanish into the Night
B: “I do wonder if Kuni is dating her.”
A: Call out to her.

Episode 3: Melting Heart
B: “I thought I’d clobber the thief with it.”
B: “Carry me to bed.”

Episode 4: Happy Gold Medal
B: Pat her head and say, “Good girl.”
B: Lightly smack her forehead.

Episode 5: Dreary Days
B: “My rice balls aren’t bad, either?”
A: Call her.

Episode 6: More than Fake, Less than Real
B: “Don’t you dare tell a soul.”
A: Cover her eyes.

Episode 7: Catching a Fastball…
A: Happily say, “That’s right!”
A: “I’ll finish my work tomorrow.”

Episode 8: Taking Your Hand (Super Happy End)
No selection

Epilogue: True Words
No selection

May 14, 2017
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