In a way, this kinda feels like a story about the difference between fantasies and reality. When Megu learns about soulmates, she thinks the idea of a desire so strong as to overpower her will is hot and romantic, but when she actually experiences that kind of desire, she resolves to stay faithful to the one she loves anyway.
We need more Octopath yuri though, cause ain't Prim canonically bi? I thought I remembered hearing that somewhere
"Canonically" is a matter of interpretation, but her Allure skill works on NPCs regardless of gender, and it's easy to read her dialogue with pretty much any of the other Octopaths as flirty if you're inclined to do so.
I mean good maths and all but there is no alcohol in Liquor Chocolate, the process of cooking it causes almost all of the alcohol to evaporate, leaving only a trace amount for "taste". Same thing happens with cooking wines as well.
Apparently that's a myth, and a significant amount of alcohol remains unless you're cooking something for hours:
Can someone explain me what does "wholesome" means? Any time I try to search the meaning it says that it's like healthy, and I don't think that sounds right in situations like these comments, for example. Sorry for asking this in this place
Everyone had a good time in the end, so it's fine!
Just finished reading through the second volume; I can definitely tell it was cancelled abruptly, because it sets up major new plot points in the last couple of chapters that are never resolved and then ends on a cliffhanger followed by a "what-if" chapter that sets out one possible ending. Aside from that, it's more of the same edgy dark fantasy action from volume 1 with the intensity and lewdness dialled up even more than before, but yeah.
I too enjoy a nice meal of plastic models. As they say, "yakiniku set meal."
This is a double joke, by the way. "Yakiniku teishoku", "yakiniku set meal", sounds like "jakuniku kyoushoku", "survival of the fittest", so it's an old joke in Japan to say that your favourite saying is "yakiniku teishoku". So the joke isn't just that she filled in her answer in the wrong place but that her wrong answer happens to be a common joke answer.
Looking at what's been tagged with this so far, it seems like the defining characteristic is that both of the leads are objectively ridiculous, like a comedy duo with no straight man (uh, so to speak).
There's a further escalation of this concept as a bonus art page in the official manga, where they try to play the Pocky game with a small square piece of candy. You might think "at that point, aren't they basically just making out?" and you might be right.
Even though this hasn't been updated here since the end of volume 2, the scanlator's kept working on the last two volumes and the final chapter just got uploaded elsewhere a couple of days ago. Then again, considering the general reaction to the series, maybe it's for the best that it's not here.