gakuen heaven 2
Tomo route translation
- This is a complete translation of Tomo's love ending only. His other endings will be added later.
- This translation begins immediately after choosing Tomo as Yuki's Bell One partner.
- When there are choices in the text, the "correct" one is noted in bold and only that choice is translated.
- It is VERY difficult (but not impossible) to team up with Tomo if you did not visit him on May 14 and agree to support him. (Choose 'leave it to me!' for decision #2.)
Yuki & Tomo: Sorry about before!!
Yuki & Tomo: Oh...
Yuki: We wanted to say the same thing.
Tomo: Sorry about before. Of course you'd get mad, being suddenly told to drop out.
Yuki: Uh-uh, me too. Getting mad at you even though I didn't know anything.
Tomo: No, I said mean things to you too.
Tomo: I wanted to apologize right away, but I couldn't really get it out. Getting an email from you was a lifesaver.
Yuki: Tomo... After all, you haven't changed your mind about wanting to drop out?
Tomo: I came here today to try and convince you.
Yuki: I see...
Yuki: I called you here today to try and convince you too.
Tomo: You too, huh.
Yuki: I absolutely can't let this school close. It would be terrible.
Tomo: Hey, Yuki... it's only been one month since you came to the school.
Tomo: So why do you want to do so much?
Tomo: Is this really a place you have to protect so desperately?
Tomo: You just got into the school because Brother, the director, happened to pick up the phone by chance when you called...
Tomo: And the day you arrived, you got the armband from the previous Ace who happened to be there.
Tomo: It's not like you wanted to be student council president in the first place, it was just foisted on you.
Tomo: On top of all that, you're not the director or someone from Suzubishi. You're just a student with no responsibility for this place.
Tomo: Besides, you have absolutely no duty to be desperate for the sake of this school.
Yuki: You're wrong, Tomo.
Yuki: It's true that I may have gotten into the school by chance.
Yuki: And that I became student council president.
Yuki: But I've never felt like being student council president was forced on me.
Yuki: At first, when the armband was given to me, I didn't really get it.
Yuki: But I've been with everyone as the student council president until now.
Yuki: Now I want to protect the school of my own will.
Yuki: That I feel it's precious has nothing to do with whether the time I've spent here has been long or short.
Tomo: So that's how you feel about it...
Tomo: I see.
Tomo: Then it can't be helped...
Tomo: I wanted to try persuading you while also respecting your feelings...
Tomo: But since you're so determined, I have no choice...
Tomo: Right now, I'm going to give the board my decision as director.
Yuki: Does that mean you intend to say you agree with closing the school?
Tomo: That's right.
*Yuki grabs Tomo*
Yuki: You can't! You absolutely can't!! I'll stop you by force!!
Tomo: Yuki... let go!!
Yuki: No... way! I won't let you... agree to close the school!!
Yuki: That's messed up!!
Tomo: I've already told you the reason!
Tomo: I have the authority of the director. Let me do what I want!
Yuki: But why are you being so stubborn!?
Yuki: This isn't like you, Tomo!
Tomo: What is like me!? Just what do I do that's like me!?
Yuki: But what you're saying and doing, that you're only taking responsibility for the students' futures, I don't think that's the only problem!
Yuki: Hey, Tomo. Is there some other reason you said you want to drop out of the Bell One?
Yuki: Isn't it because there's some other bad thing that would happen if we won the Bell One, more serious than the school closing?
Yuki: Hey, tell me! We're partners and friends, aren't we?
Tomo: My hand... let go... it hurts...
Yuki: Do you promise to tell me?
Yuki: If you don't promise, I won't let go of your hand.
Tomo: *sigh*... Alright...
Tomo: ...Why did you think that? That there might be another reason...?
Yuki: Because of this.
Tomo: A letter?
Yuki: It's a letter from Nao-nii. I got it from Professor Ito.
Tomo: A letter from Brother!?
Yuki: He wrote in the letter that you would take on a big problem that you couldn't solve by yourself...
Yuki: This means you have a problem you haven't told me about yet, doesn't it?
Tomo: This... really is Brother's handwriting...
Yuki: That's right.
Yuki: The letter wasn't addressed directly to me, but it was entrusted to Professor Ito to give to the person who became your friend.
Yuki: It says in the letter that he wants me to help you, since I've become your friend.
Tomo: What? I can't believe Brother left a letter like this...
Tomo: Just needlessly worrying about others during such a difficult time for himself...
Yuki: I don't think it was needless...
Yuki: It's because you were very precious to Nao-nii.
Yuki: It's the same for me. I want to help my dear friend.
Yuki: So won't you tell me?
Tomo: Geez... I'm no match for you.
Tomo: You're right... Just as you said, there's something about this I haven't told you...
Tomo: I'm the reason the board declared they're closing the school.
Yuki: You are?
Tomo: Right now, the majority of the people on the school board are affiliated with the Sakaki Group.
Yuki: Sakaki Group?
Tomo: It's a corporation that entered a joint partnership with the Suzubishi Group a few years ago.
Tomo: They're in the service industry and private schools. And they mainly deal with healthcare.
Tomo: A few years ago, they formed a business partnership with the Suzubishi Group because their business was struggling financially.
Tomo: Because they had the know-how from originally dealing with private schools, they got involved in the management of this school.
Tomo: At first, there were only a few people from the Sakaki Group on the board.
Tomo: From the time that Brother, who wasn't a direct descendant of Suzubishi, became director, they strengthened their influence little by little.
Tomo: Eventually, the goal was to set up someone from the Sakaki Group as director of this school.
Tomo: And so the one they sent as a candidate for director is the assistant director, Professor Sakaki.
Yuki: Professor Sakaki...
Tomo: But it wasn't that simple.
Tomo: When Brother became the director, the second director changed the system for choosing the new director.
Tomo: So that the next director could be named by the previous director.
Tomo: And he similarly decided that important decisions about the management of the school needed the vote of the director, the board, and the student council president.
Tomo: It seemed it was so that even if someone not directly related to Suzubishi became director, they could protect the ideals of the school.
Yuki: I see...
Tomo: Because of that, it wasn't so easy for someone from the Sakaki Group to become director.
Yuki: I have one question. Why does the Sakaki Group want to become director so much?
Tomo: The Sakaki Group wanted the authority that only the school's director has.
Tomo: The right to access the data that's housed in the server building.
Tomo: Don't you think it's strange? That only the director's office is on the top floor of the server building with such strong security.
Yuki: Yeah, come to think of it... The staff room and the assistant director's office are in the school building.
Tomo: It isn't just school data housed in that server building.
Tomo: The Bell Research Lab that's on this school island also stores its research data there.
Tomo: The Bell Research Lab does research for the Suzubishi Group's pharmaceutical division.
Yuki: Even I know that the research lab is on the school island.
Tomo: It seems the second director was also the head of Bell Research Lab.
Yuki: Hmm. He must have been pretty amazing.
Tomo: Yeah, he is amazing...
Tomo: The research lab data must absolutely not be leaked to the outside.
Tomo: Because it seems that there's things worth an enormous amount of profit, and also things that would be extremely dangerous if they got out.
Tomo: That's why, for the sake of security, it's completely cut off from the outside and managed in the servers on the school island.
Tomo: In short, you can't hack in from the outside.
Tomo: Only the director manages the security of those servers.
Tomo: That's why the Sakaki Group brought up the discussion of closing the school.
Yuki: Hm? What's that supposed to be? That doesn't make any sense!!
Yuki: What does becoming the director and wanting the authority to access the data have to do with closing the school!?
Tomo: In short, from the beginning, their target was the research lab's data.
Tomo: They never cared whether or not the school closes.
Tomo: When they found out they couldn't become director, they submitted the proposal to close the school in order to intimidate me.
Tomo: Access the research data if you want us to withdraw the proposal.
Tomo: And they said, delete all the research data about a certain drug, and shut down that research.
Yuki: What the heck is that...?
Tomo: It seems that the Sakaki Group's pharmaceutical company is developing a similar drug.
Tomo: Bell Research Lab is further ahead in their research, so the Sakaki Group wanted to shut it down and get their new drug out first.
Tomo: At first, I thought about accepting their demands in order to protect the school.
Tomo: But I couldn't do it...
Yuki: Of course not! You can't do something so wrong!
Tomo: No, it's not about the morals...
Tomo: The new drug under research by the Bell Research Lab may be effective against a certain incurable disease, in addition to its original purpose.
Yuki: Incurable disease...?
Tomo: The disease that stole Brother's life...
Tomo: It wasn't in time for Brother. But so that there won't be any more people who have to deal with what I went through...
Tomo: I absolutely can't shut down the development of that new drug.
Tomo: So I rejected their demands.
Tomo: The result was the current situation. They're trying to shut down the school.
Yuki: How cowardly...
Yuki: But if it's such valuable research, the data must be very secure, right?
Yuki: Just because you can access the server, is it that easy to destroy?
Tomo: No, it's impossible.
Tomo: Because even if you access the server, the data itself has very strong security.
Tomo: Besides, even though I'm the director, I don't have the access code to the research lab.
Tomo: ...But I can do it.
Tomo: And the Sakaki Group found out about it...
Yuki: Found out... about what?
Tomo: I told you that I was adopted from the orphanage, right?
Tomo: The people who became my adoptive parents managed a software development company.
Yuki: Yeah, I know.
Tomo: You know?
Yuki: ...Actually, you might be mad at me, but,
Yuki: Yesterday, I went to see the head of the orphanage you were at.
Yuki: Sorry for doing it on my own.
Yuki: But... I want to help you no matter what.
Yuki: For that, I thought I had to know what happened to you.
Yuki: So I went to see Haruno-san.
Tomo: I'm shocked...
Tomo: Or rather, I'm surprised. At your drive.
Tomo: But if you've already heard it, there's no point hiding it anymore.
Tomo: The family that adopted me managed a small company with about ten employees.
Tomo: They developed software to manage information for corporations, and were responsible for managing their cloud systems.
Tomo: As soon as I went there, they started drilling computer knowledge into me.
Yuki: Even though you were in primary school?
Tomo: I guess, but I didn't really mind that part much.
Tomo: Since they clearly said that the reason they adopted me was because they wanted a smart child who could help with the work.
Tomo: I did what they asked because I thought that was the only point to my being there.
Tomo: Since until then I had only thought about wanting to protect my sickly brother...
Tomo: Suddenly losing my purpose, I didn't know what I should do.
Tomo: Forcefully cramming difficult knowledge, I more or less forgot about Brother.
Tomo: So I studied the way my adoptive parents told me to.
Tomo: I didn't know how much they expected of me, but thanks to that, I learned quickly.
Tomo: Once I started middle school, I began helping with the company work.
Tomo: I didn't especially think about what was in them, I just put together and analyzed programs as instructed...
Tomo: They were arrested when it was discovered that they were using them for illegal purposes.
Tomo: It seems for a few years, the company's finances hadn't been doing too well.
Tomo: They embedded spyware in the management software they sold to companies to steal information, and sold it on the black market...
Yuki: Yeah, I heard that too...
Yuki: You were forced to be an accomplice...
Yuki: But it couldn't be helped. You didn't know anything...
Tomo: It's true I didn't know...
Tomo: What the things I programmed and the data I analyzed were being used for... and such.
Tomo: Or how much money they were bringing in from it... and such.
Tomo: But that was just because I tried not to know. It probably would have been possible for me to figure it out.
Tomo: I didn't care what I was being made to do or for what purpose.
Tomo: That's why when I heard they were arrested and the adoption had been dissolved, I didn't feel anything...
Tomo: I just felt like I was watching things flow past me...
Tomo: I was a minor, so the information was hidden so it wouldn't become public when I came to school.
Tomo: But recently, the Sakaki Group found out.
Yuki: Did they say you're not fit to be the director?
Tomo: If it had just been that, there would be no problem.
Tomo: If anything, it was worse that they found out I had the ability to access the research lab's data.
Yuki: So that's how it's related to what they're demanding from you.
Tomo: Even starting the Bell One didn't change the pressure from the board.
Tomo: Since I've continued to refuse like this, they've threatened me even more without caring what happens to all of you...
Yuki: So that's you said you wanted to drop out.
Yuki: Now I understand what it meant when you said you were the reason, and the Bell One was a farce...
Yuki: That's all you kept saying to me...
Tomo: Even if we continue together in the Bell One and win the final round, it won't solve the problem.
Tomo: As long as I'm director, they'll just keep setting new challenges.
Tomo: Because of that, everyone at the school may be put in danger again in the future.
Tomo: If I'm forced to resign the position of director, I can't protect everyone at the school and the research data.
Tomo: I thought, if it comes to that, it might be better for the school to be closed now so they can't get their hands on the research lab.
Tomo: I'm such a selfish director.
Tomo: Even though Brother believed in me and entrusted the school to me.
Yuki: That's not...
Tomo: I was so happy when I received the Platinum Paper from the school where Brother was the director.
Tomo: Because I thought I could be with Brother again.
Tomo: ...But it didn't actually happen.
Tomo: On his deathbed, Brother named me as the next director.
Tomo: Honestly, I thought it was impossible for me to be the director.
Tomo: Still, I was happy that he entrusted it to me, and I wanted to fulfill his dying wish.
Tomo: His final wish, entrusted to me, was my last connection to Brother.
Tomo: So at that moment, I felt I wanted to protect the school no matter what...
Tomo: But in reality, I couldn't do anything.
Tomo: I was director in name only.
Tomo: It's been the same up until now, I'm just in the position of being used by someone.
Tomo: When I realized that, I didn't know why I was doing anything anymore...
Tomo: Is this enough, how much is enough...?
Tomo: I don't really want to do things to be praised or valued by anyone!
Tomo: But what am I!?
Tomo: What should I do!?
Tomo: Is all I can do is be a yes-man to the board!?
Tomo: Hey, Yuki... Is this place really worth so much?
Tomo: Does it have to be protected no matter what...?
Tomo: I kind of don't care about anything anymore...
Tomo: It's always been like that.
Tomo: Even if I do my best or struggle, the result is always the same.
Tomo: I don't get anything out of it.
Tomo: The results are already decided without me, and I just bear the burden...
Tomo: Even when the people around me act with good intent, it's not for my sake.
Tomo: In the end, it's for the convenience of adults.
Tomo: So I have no expectations of the world and the people around me.
Tomo: What's wrong with that!!?
Tomo: If I can run away, I'd rather run away from everything!!
Yuki: But you haven't run away, Tomo.
Yuki: Even though you don't like it and it hurts, you haven't run away.
Yuki: You've been doing your best even though the board has been threatening you.
Yuki: You even came when I called you up here.
Yuki: Well, if you really wanted to run, you should have gone to cast your vote to close the school without talking to me...
Yuki: But you didn't do that, Tomo.
Yuki: You tried to convince me to drop out of the Bell One.
Yuki: Because you're hurting right now, and worried, and don't know what to do...
Yuki: Even though you feel like you want to run, at the same time, you can't run. You feel like you don't want to run.
Yuki: I guess that's why you're in so much pain.
Tomo: Then what should I do!?
Yuki: You should ask for help from the people around you.
Yuki: I think you feel like running to run away from your pain.
Yuki: But that won't change anything...
Yuki: I'm sure even if you run, after all, you'll still be hurting.
Yuki: That's why you should ask everyone for help.
Yuki: We should talk with everyone and figure it out together.
Tomo: There's... no way I can do that.
Yuki: If you ask for help, I'll give you my full support.
Tomo: Yuki. You...
Yuki: I think if you're really hurting, it's okay to run...
Yuki: But I still want to go to this school with you.
Yuki: I haven't been at this school very long... but I like this school!
Yuki: I want to stay with everyone here from now on!
Yuki: The welcome party and the ball tournament were really fun.
Yuki: But I want to have more events at this school!
Yuki: And not just events!
Yuki: The daily classes and dorm life are all irreplaceable.
Yuki: Every day here is really precious to me!!
Yuki: And the reason every day is so fun, Tomo, it's you!!
Yuki: It's because you're here, Tomo, that every day is fun!
Yuki: It's fun with everyone else too, but I think if you were gone, it would only be half as fun.
Yuki: When I learned you were my childhood friend, I was so happy.
Yuki: That's why I wanted to team up with you no matter what and be in the Bell One.
Yuki: When you accepted me as your partner, I was really happy, I was ecstatic and I thought I understood you.
Yuki: But I was wrong...
Yuki: When I realized that, I was really sad and pained.
Yuki: But at the same time, I felt I wanted to know you better and get closer to you.
Yuki: Not as a friend or an ally, but I want to be like Nao-nii.
Tomo: ...Like Brother?
Yuki: I want to be closer to you, Tomo...
Yuki: Not as some sort of give-and-take relationship, but worrying about each other and helping each other, as natural as breathing...
Yuki: A relationship where we take each other into consideration and balance each other...
Yuki: Right... like family! That's what I want to be to you!!
Yuki: Of course... that's only if you don't mind...
CG: Tomo embraces Yuki
Tomo: Thank you, Yuki...
Tomo: I don't really want to run.
Tomo: I want to do everything I can.
Tomo: I want to fulfill Brother's last request...
Tomo: But I'm not strong enough.
Tomo: So, Yuki. Help me...!!
Yuki: Of course I'll help you.
Yuki: It's okay. I'll definitely help you.
Yuki: And if I'm not strong enough, we can ask everyone for help.
Yuki: The students of this school will help you.
Yuki: Well, this is BL School!
Yuki: Because this school is full of the most outstanding people in Japan.
Yuki: There isn't anything you have to bear by yourself.
Yuki: Well, this isn't just your own problem...
Yuki: It's already a problem of everyone at this school.
Yuki: So let's all keep this school open together.
Tomo: Yeah, you're right. Exactly.
Yuki: Even if there's another challenge after finishing the Bell One...
Yuki: I think we should all consider it together and find a way to keep the school open if that happens.
Yuki: So don't talk about giving up anymore.
Tomo: Alright... I won't run away anymore.
Yuki: It's fine. It'll work out somehow.
Tomo: Yuki... Again, you don't have a reason for believing that, do you?
Yuki: Ehehe, I guess not.
Yuki: But when I have this sort of feeling, it's usually right.
Yuki: So trust me.
Tomo: Alright. I won't run anymore.
Tomo: You might be able to manage it somehow.
Tomo: It's weird that I'm starting to believe that.
Yuki: ...Oh, sorry, that was me...
Tomo: ...Geez, you're hopeless.
Tomo: You completely ruined the mood.
Tomo: Well, that's what's nice about you.
Yuki & Tomo: Ahahahaha...