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HEROINE'S ENDINGS

Multiple Endings

Unlike GS1, GS2 allows for multiple endings! For most of the guy characters, there are three available endings:

Ending 1 - You get the guy without his accidental kiss.

Ending 2 - You get the guy with his accidental kiss.

Ending 3 - You get two guys in tokimeki state. The first guy who confesses is the one you did NOT share an accidental kiss with. Turn him down, and you'll have a separate confession at the beach from your second guy (with the accidental kiss).

We haven't tried having 2 guys at tokimeki (both without the accidental kiss), but anyone who has is to be commended. :3 Considering how guys warm up to you much faster in the game if you share an accidental kiss with them, it's pretty much a cakewalk if you know what you're doing...

Besides the main guys, all other characters have only one ending, with the exception of Yuu, who has two. ^^; Check out Yuu's page for more info on how to snag his endings.

Order of Importance

The higher the order, the more priority the character has.

1. All guys excluding Akagi Kazuyuki
2. Akagi Kazuyuki
3. Hanatsubaki Himeko
4. All girls
5. Otonari Yuu
6. Yourself

Which means that if you have fulfilled ending requirements for both a guy and a girl, you'll always get the guy.

Vocation

Besides snagging the guys (or girls), there is also another part of your ending, which deals with your vocation. Depending on how you've been performing in school, your club, and your job, you can have several endings.

The good

First-rate university: Intelligence and Arts above 150
Second-rate university: Intelligence and Arts above 135
Third-rate university: Intelligence and Arts above 120
First-rate management: Qualify for first-rate university, Charm and Style above 100
Second-rate management: Qualify for second-rate university, Charm and Style above 100
Third-rate management: Qualify for thrid-rate university, Charm and Style above 100

… and .

Vagrant: Every parameter below 120 (but with aspiration to go to university)
Freeter: Every parameter below 120 (with aspirations other than university)
Specialized school: Intelligence above 120
Illustrator: Art above 120
Mass communication: Style above 120
Athlete: Fitness above 120
Health inspector: Social above 100
Entertainment: Charm above 135
Undecided: Every parameter is very low

Club Related

First-rate sports university: Become Club Master of Baseball, Lacrosse or Track and Field
Best first-rate management attachment: Become Club Master of Cheerleading
KCH concert symphony member: Become Club Master of Band
First-rate Art university: Become Club Master of Art Club
Fashion Designer: Become Club Master of Handicraft Club
Exchange student at first-rate university: Become Club Master of Student Council

…and Job Related.

URSULA: Job Master of the selection shop
Stallion Gas: Job Master of the gasoline stand
Anneri: Job Master of the floral shop
ANASTASIA: Job Master of the bakery
Nei: Job Master of the Music House
Debugger: Job Master of … debugging?


Other Characters

Of course, the other characters have their own aspirations too.

Saeki Teru: First-rate university
Hikami Itaru: First-rate university
Shiba Katsumi: First-rate sports university
Hariya Kounoshin: Freeter , remain with his band
Christopher Weatherfield: Work for his family in his homeland
Toduou Tatsuko: Nail artist in a specialized school
Onoda Chiyomi: First-rate university
Nishimoto Haruhi: Baker in a specialized school
Mizushima Hisoka: Windsor Music University

And because life is full of twists and turns, this is what they end up with…

Saeki Teru: First-rate university
Hikami Itaru: First-rate university
Shiba Katsumi: First-rate sports university
Hariya Kounoshin: Continues working his job at Nei Music House
Christopher Weatherfield: Enter Igrese University and works for his parents
Wakaouji Takafumi: Becomes form teacher of the new batch of Year 1 students
Amachi Shouta: Becomes Cheerleading president in third year
Masaki Motoharu: Second-rate university
Akagi Kazuyuki: First-rate university
Toudou Tatsuko: Nail artist in a specialized school
Onoda Chiyomi: First-rate university, takes zoology
Nishimoto Haruhi: Baker in a specialized school
Mizushima Hisoka: Windsor Music University

Oh yeah, so many turns I’m now confused who didn't actually get what they want.

*For those who don’t know what a “freeter” is, it’s a new generation of young Japanese workers who job-hop and don’t feel particularly loyal to the companies they work for. Pretty common today.