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Izumi Konata: I may look like this, but I have about a hundred friends, and my social and bargaining skills are pretty high, and I join a party every night. With my allies, I work to bring back the glimmer in crystals to prevent the world from falling to ruin, and rescue the kidnapped princess...
Izumi Konata: I haven't seen that guy around for a while... Yeah. He was a soldier-type character, but he wanted to raise his combat skills, and he left saying he was going to train in an area with a lot of monsters... And he hasn't come back since. I heard he's camping out in the underground nest. But I wonder if he's all right, acting all hermit-like? Everyone's getting pretty worried.
Konata: Well, even though it's vacation, I'm going to see our teacher almost every day anyway.
Kagami: Why? You have summer classes or something?
Konata: We form parties in our net game and stuff. Our teacher is a wiz and I'm a tank, so when we pair up and I pull stuff, it's pretty good in terms of both xp and money. Though I'm always the busy one, and all our teacher does is click on one of the AoE skills. The other day, I pulled a ton of mobs only to find our teacher had fallen asleep at the keyboard, and it took me all day to earn my death penalty back...
Zonge: It's been a while since I've been to a city.
Henchmen: Yes, it's been quite a long time.
Henchmen: Uh, this is our first time coming to a city.
Zonge: I've gone to plenty in RPGs.
Tōyako: Perhaps an enemy stronger than anything you have ever faced will appear. You can't survive without this ultimate technique. [...] In addition, if this anime is released as a fighting game, it'll be too plain if it doesn't have an ultimate technique. Think about the business aspect. Don't you know how hard a time Bandai's had?
Konata: Oh, wait, I'm being paged. Hold on. [...] He scolded me for talking too long on the phone.
Kagami: Oh, sorry. I thought your house was rather laid-back with that stuff. But is it actually pretty strict?
Konata: No, we're in the middle of a fighter-game match.
Kūgo: Ever fantasize about being inside a game?
Ichigo: What’re you talking about?
Kūgo: Admit it. Every kid’s thought about it. Nothing to be embarrassed about.
Ichigo: I can’t say I never thought about it, but...
Kūgo: Is that so? I’ve never wanted to, not even once.
Arita Haruyuki: It's natural to want to stay in the game world and hope the game will never end. However, I've learned one thing from playing all those online games. There's nothing lonelier or sadder than the end of a game with no ending. More and more players get bored and move on to other games... And one day, even NPCs like your favorite blacksmithNor landlady disappear forever as they smile. I've experienced that moment and cried many, many times. That isn't how games should end. It definitely isn't! If Brain Burst really does have an ending, then we should be aiming for it!
Kimura Takako: The towering artist... Too-Pure-Pure Boy... The excessively self-conscious Akiba-type... I'd say they balance each other out beautifully, wouldn't you? If this were an RPG, that's the party we'd send out for a boss fight.
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