Good grief, it's quite new to see Satsuki just accidentally prevented someone death. It means she doesn't just intervene in people's lives but helps to improve them
It wasn't so much an accident (unless the can slipping out of the bag counts) but rather this was a case where she didn't need a smoking corpse hologram to tell her someone was heading down a bad path.
So I don't get the conflict here. Why would she ever object to getting drunk? Especially if it's to find the way out? Drinking alcohol is, like, her whole thing.
Basically what Naori has to do here is get Hinata drunk specifically to use her ogre powers to escape their situation, as opposed to just giving her food she needs to live. While I won't spoil how this plays out in the next chapter, Naori's main concern is that Hinata hates being an ogre, hence the whole search for the Kinpen Sudoku Sake, so the idea of forcing or even tricking Hinata to drink specifically to become an ogre isn't something Naori's keen on doing.
Since I'm logged in right now, I'll take this opportunity to ask:
Where can I buy the official release?
I'm sure the answer is somewhere in this comment section, but since I don't know how far back I would need to go (+laziness), I decided to just ask instead.
Also, the answer is probably "No", but asking anyways: Can I buy phisical copies of it?
They're being released on Yuri Hub's booth. No physical editions, I'm afraid.
Ok, I was confused because Guro is often used as a sexual tag (short for Ero Guro). Somehow I feel like her friend is safe. Not sure what really triggers her "curse" yet.
Guro is basically short for "grotesque", so it's mainly used for depictions of grotesque violence regardless of sexual content (different from the vanilla Violence tag which is mainly punching and stuff with limited use of blood).
The main challenge this time is that this is the one time Satsuki hasn't conveniently been present to witness the precognative corpse, and unless Sae's house happens to be on Satsuki's route to school or actions cause the corpse's position to move elsewhere, Sae's only chance of survival depends on how well Satsuki can recognise the signs of a fatal caffeine overdose.
I've typed up a translation out of curiosity, but I don't have time to typeset it myself and there's no way anyone on /u/ is gonna want to touch it, so anyone who wants to typeset it as a non-/u/ scanlations thing, be my guest. (tl;dr It's het, but the guy has his own squeeze (assuming it's canon to the Liberta storyline) and those who enjoy Tatsubon for the gory action won't be disappointed.) https://pastebin.com/jsCB6UTN
I was wondering when the new batch of chapters would get on dynasty! The little festival/student council mini-arc was really fun, Kamu as president in particular is bound to be good for a lot of funny moments. It's nice that Tama is getting a bit more attention as well, she tends to be stuck in the comic relief position a lot but she's always been one of my favorites. I hope the author will actually go a bit deeper into her apparent jealousy.
yeah i saw the anime of this first and tama was so great in that, definitely one of my faves, but it does feel like she hasn't had much to do lately in the manga
She's had a rather active role of making me have to type out TL notes for every pun she makes
I get the feeling that if the author had another volume to work with, they would've probably expanded on the time travel logistics a little more. My guess it was after ch24 was written and that other time traveller was established that news of the impending end reached the author and they had to wrap things up. (blah blah American brand name for Lynx deoderant etc.) Given that this is primarily an ecchi romcom, it was probably a smarter move to dedicate the remaining time to a saucy climax and a happy epilogue rather than cram in a rushed explanation of how the time travel works. Granted we don't have any answers, but we're not given any lazy ones either.
I dunno, the fact that it was seemingly not even the same timeline cause seto doesnt remember meeting older, time traveling nana in highschool, but still ended up being affected, somehow, by those events seems a little poorly conceived.
If you can establish a sound time travel theory from the starting point of "masturbating on a child's spring ride sent me back in time", you'd probably deserve a friggin medal.