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Mama Natsu ~Boku-tachi no Mama Koukan~


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    • Our hero, Makoto, possesses the power of "kotodama" which allows one to control people with the power of one’s voice.

      Having an interest in the outside world, he leaves the hidden village he has lived in all his life. However, he found himself woefully unprepared and collapses on the side of the road in a small town almost as remote as his village. Just as he's resigned himself to death, he's saved by Oribe Kokoro, a girl whose family runs a cafe in that town.

      Using his kotodama powers, Makoto becomes a part of the Oribe family and begins attending school with Kokoro. He soon meets several girls who each have their own special circumstances. Will Makoto be able to use kotodama to help these girls? And what is the true nature of kotodama?

      This is a story of the words that weave the ties that bind...
    • In the classroom on his first day of school, protagonist, Kiryu Yuuya, meets Mikanagi Akiha, a girl with a mysterious aura about her.

      Akiha was the spitting image of a miko who repeatedly appears in Yuuya's dreams and kills him.

      However, Yuuya felt a strong sense of fate in their meeting each other.
      "It's feels like we finally meet... Yuuya-san."
      Akiha said those words, filled with a strong fascination in Yuuya.
      They were soon drawn to each other...

      However, Akiha's older sister, the miko, Koharu, let Yuuya in on a startling revelation.
      "Akiha-chan... is not someone from this era."

      A young woman's love that pierces through the vastness of a thousand years.
      The tragic fate imposed upon these fighting shrine maidens.
      And the followers of darkness who seek to rampage through the world of night...

      With those strong feelings alone, will Yuuya and Akiha be together?!
    • “Women are snakes and liars, all of them: the more beautiful, the more conniving. Don’t let your guard down, or they will ruin you.”

      Yuel was only six years old when he witnessed his mother being put to death, for the heinous crime of daring to have an affair. For other women, such a folly mightn’t have been so lethal, but for Yuel’s ill-fated mother – the wife and queen of Indra’s tyrannical king, Khalil – it spelt her doom.

      As he witnesses his mother’s corpse decomposing beneath the intense sunlight, Yuel’s father offers him some sage words of wisdom: namely, not to trust women. They are, in Khalil’s words, wicked and deceitful, and becoming too attached can end in nothing save disaster.

      Outwardly, Yuel must swallow his sorrow, for fear of earning his father’s ire. Kings are not, after all, supposed to cry; even future kings such as him. In private, however, Yuel turns to his nursemaid, the kindly Safiya, for succour. Safiya is Yuel’s only ally in the palace: his father cold and distant; the servants deferential, brow-beaten, and kept silent through fear. Without Safiya, Yuel would be all alone...

      Yet she, too, abandons him, when Yuel grows old enough to no longer need a nursemaid to tend to him.

      Bereft and embittered, Yuel has nothing to look forward to, until – after a prolonged illness – his father eventually dies, and Yuel inherits the throne and the crown in his stead.

      No longer a young boy – Safiya’s ‘little prince’ – but a grown man, Yuel plots to win Safiya over once more. Unable to forget about her, and unable to trust any other woman, Yuel cannot conceive of a life without her. She did promise to stay with him, after all - and, single-minded to a fault, Yuel is determined to see this promise fulfilled at any cost.
    • Demi-humans are treated as the lowest out of all races.

      In a small village away from human settlements, Mia and her mother, who barely scraped by, were attacked by human traffickers to be sold as slaves.
      "At least my daughter could be spared", as Mia's mother handed her a photo and allowed Mia to escape.

      One day, Mia ran into the protagonist as he was managing an inn his father left behind.
      From the worn-out photograph, the location of this very inn was noted in his father's handwriting.
      "This girl's mother... There is no doubt that was father's former demi-human lover"

      I decided to take Mia in for a while.
      Her body was thin and her hair was dirty.
      I did not seek for repatriation from this girl who possessed nothing, but...

      "... I... want to be needed more... Let me service you a lot as well tonight..."
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