Yamashiro Koyomi has always aspired to be a teacher since young, but she can’t seem to successfully land a job as one, facing countless rejections day by day. When she finally gets that coveted acceptance letter, she finds herself in a training academy for fledgling youkai known as “UMA”, a place that aims to educate said UMA so they may be deemed fit to live in the human world. It turns out that she’s been accepted as a trainer for the UMA rather than a teacher, and when Koyomi is about to protest the terms of her employment, the principal proposes an offer – if she can perform well enough in the job for a year, he will recommend her to other schools for her desired position. With that, Koyomi makes the decision to tough it out for her dream, and thus begins her not-quite-envisioned role…
Koyomi’s very real job hunting woes aside, this is the game where you can whip guys to get their youkai powers under control in the guise of training. Whack them in the face or wherever you please, it doesn’t matter! There is plot, but there is also Plot, if you get what I mean. It seemed somewhat remiss of me to not mention this very Core and Integral part of the game.
Was the last time I posted my thoughts about an otome game in May…? Wow, time sure passes fast. Well, there’s no time like the present! Here’s to the first post of 2020!
I also wrote about the game’s art books here.
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