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ef - a fairy tale of the two


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Amamiya Yuuko, a mysterious girl dressed like a nun, and Himura Yuu, a mysterious gentleman who is somehow attached to the church where Yuuko first appears, are having a reunion in a church during Christmas time. Despite her attire, Yuuko is not affiliated with the church. She always appears generally out of no where, and disappears just as quickly in various places throughout the story to talk with Hiro or other characters and give them advice. Yuuko and Yuu reminisce about the past and remember events of the previous year around the same time at the beginning of the first chapter of the story. Yuuko hints of events that are revealed throughout Ef: A Fairy Tale of the Two..

Download ef - a fairy tale of the two game:

Ef.rar - 2.2 GB

Ef.part01.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part02.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part03.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part04.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part05.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part06.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part07.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part08.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part09.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part10.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part11.rar - 199.3 MB

Ef.part12.rar - 26.9 MB

 

"ef - a fairy tale of the two" related links:

ef - the first tale HCG

ef - the latter tale HCG



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Any ideas on how to get the background music to work? I tried downloading the Combined-Community-Codec-Pack but for some reason it wouldn't install properly.

 

Have you just started with this VN? If so: There's no music playing on the main menu or at the very beginning of the story, so don't worry and just keep going.

 

 

 

 

Edit: Nevermind, just saw you asked the same thing elsewhere and got the answer you wanted there (same as my answer).

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What is the different between 'The First Tale' and 'A Fairy Tale of The Two'?

 

first tale is the official translation that contains part 1 of both EF arc..

 

while Fairy tale of two were a fan translation which consist both arc

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first tale is the official translation that contains part 1 of both EF arc..

 

while Fairy tale of two were a fan translation which consist both arc

 

 

So why is the "latter tale" version 3.5g? will i miss something or has higher res images? which one should i read?:o

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