gakuen heaven 2

Tomo route translation

navigation: June 2June 3June 6June 12June 13June 14June 15June 16June 20
June 21June 24 (A)June 24 (B)later

June 6

(Yuki's room)
Yuki: Finally! Today's the first day of the Bell One!
Yuki: First, I'll go get Tomo up...
*knock knock*
Yuki: Huh? Yes?
(Yuki: Who is it, so early in the morning...?)
Yuki: Tomo!?
Tomo: Morning. As I expected, you're already up.
Yuki: Y, yeah... Rather, you're up.
Yuki: I never thought a sleepyhead like you would come pick me up.
Tomo: Well, every once in a while.
Tomo: Did you sleep well?
Yuki: Like a log. How about you?
Tomo: You know how well I sleep.
Yuki: You're talking about sleeping during class. Don't you sleep during the Bell One.
Tomo: Of course not. I'll definitely do it properly this time.
Yuki: Really?
Tomo: What, you don't trust me?
Yuki: Well, I can't help it, I don't trust your daily routine.
Tomo: You're terrible. Since you asked me to be your partner, that can't be true...
Yuki: Ahaha, I'm kidding. But I'm relieved.
Tomo: By what?
Yuki: You're acting the same as usual.
Tomo: What's that supposed to mean?
Yuki: Even though you remembered the past, your attitude hasn't changed.
Yuki: Come on, let's hurry and go eat breakfast!

(cafeteria)
student 1: Oh, you're here, Ace.
Yuki: Hm...?
student 2: Do your best, student council president!
student 3: If you let this place close, we'll never forgive you!!
Yuki: Y, yeah... I'll do my best.
(Yuki: Wow, they're really expecting a lot of me.)
Dora-chan: Yuki-kun, Tomo-kun. Good morning.
Arata: Morning, Ace-kun, Tomomo.
Maro: Kuku!
Tomo: Oh, thanks...
Dora-chan: Come, please sit. I will bring out breakfast right away.
Dora-chan: I made gajar halwa special today.
Yuki: Gajar halwa?
Dora-chan: It is an Indian carrot dessert. You boil milk for two hours and put in carrot.
Dora-chan: It is very delicious. I got up early and made it for you two.
Yuki: Wow... I'm really looking forward to it!!
Dora-chan: Yes. Eat lots, and please do your best in the Bell One.
Arata: Carrot dessert, it sounds delicious.
Maro: Kuku! Kuku!
Arata: Dora-chan, Maro says he wants to try it too.
Dora-chan: Too bad, but there is no portion for Maro-san.
Maro: Kuu?
Dora-chan: Today, these two are special.
Dora-chan: That is why the gajar halwa is just for these two.
Arata: A special dish just for the two of them, huh?
Dora-chan: I will make it for you next time you are doing your best, Ara-chan.
Dora-chan: People doing their best are special.
Arata: That's right. These two are special.
Okaken: Just what is the meaning of this, Asahina-kun!?
Yuki: Wah!? What is this, first thing in the morning?
Okaken: Why is Kasahara with you!?
Yuki: It's because I asked Tomo to be my partner in the Bell One...
Okaken: W, wha, what did you say!?
Okaken: I stayed up late last night, eagerly waiting for you to ask me to be your partner!?
Yuki: Huh? Why?
Okaken: It goes without saying!!
Okaken: It's obvious that I'm infinitely more useful than Kasahara over there!!
Okaken: It's my knowledge that would make your luck stand out in the Bell One!
Okaken: I'm far more suited to be your partner than such an all-regular, average guy!!
Okaken: There's still time! Change partners!!
Okaken: The Bell One Grand Prix is so important, it'll decide the fate of the school...
Yuki: ...Um, Okaken? I appreciate the sentiment.
Yuki: Tomo, let's hurry and eat.
Okaken: Asahina-kun!! Face this way, I'm not done talking...
Tomo: That Okaken, he never changes...
Tomo: He doesn't realize how biased he is toward his own intelligence.
Yuki: That's true.
Yuki: I'm sure even Okaken will reconsider when he sees you doing your best in the Bell One.
Tomo: I don't really care if he reconsiders...
Yuki: But you're doing your best, aren't you?
Tomo: I guess.

announcement: The first round of the Bell One Grand Prix is about to begin. Will the student council president and his partner please come to the auditorium...
Yuki: Finally...

(auditorium)
Yuki: Everyone's here.
(Yuki: They're supporting us...!)
Sakaki: You're both here.
Sakaki: Then I'll begin the first round of the Bell One Grand Prix.
Yuki: Right.
Sakaki: To begin with, the first round is a contest to measure your intelligence.
Yuki: What kind of thing will we be doing?
Sakaki: It will be a quiz to measure your memory and abstract reasoning.
Sakaki: As for the detailed rules, since they've been entered into that panda you prepared, I'll have it explain.
Panda-san: Alrighty, Ah'll explain the rules of this game.
Panda-san: Whether this school closes or not, rests on both y'all's shoulders.
Panda-san: Do yer best!!
Yuki: Hey, Tomo. Did you lend that panda to Professor Sakaki?
Tomo: Yeah, the whole system.
Tomo: Professor Sakaki said explaining the rules is too annoying so he entered it all into that.
Yuki: Wow... I think that would be more annoying.
Tomo: That's because you're slow at typing.
Yuki: You're too fast.
Panda-san: As Sakaki-han said, the first round will be a quiz to measure y'all's intelligence.
Panda-san: Ah've even given it a name! "Brain Scramblin' Brains Quiz!"
Panda-san: How about it? Just hearin' the names makes yer head hurt, doesn't it.
Panda-san: Put yer brains into full gear and do yer best.
Panda-san: There are two types of questions. The "memory quiz" and "abstract reasonin' quiz."
Panda-san: Which are ya good at, student council president?
Panda-san: Well, wantin' to choose the one yer good at is human psychology.
Panda-san: But, guess what? Panda-san isn't that nice.
Panda-san: It's a brutal system where ya won't know which kind of questions there'll be until it starts.
Panda-san: Well, the point is, it will depend on y'all's luck.
Panda-san: However, Panda-san hates sneaky people who save and load over and over before the quiz.
Panda-san: If ya do that, Panda-san will hit ya. Hit ya over and over.
Panda-san: No, instead Panda-san might cry.
Panda-san: We don't want that. Then face the fate ya've been given!
Panda-san: There will be ten questions in all.
Panda-san: Ya win if ya get six questions right.
Panda-san: Do ya want to hear the detailed explanation of the rules?


(decision)
Hear it.
Don't hear it.

(decision: Hear it.)
Panda-san: Alrighty, kind Panda-han will give ya a thorough explanation, so listen carefully.
Panda-san: First, when the question is displayed, ya decide who will answer it.
Panda-san: Ah don't mind if the student council president-han thinks about it himself, or relies on his partner.

(PC only) Panda-san: Choose who will do it with the mouse.
(PC only) Panda-san: When ya've decided who will answer, click on them.
(Vita only) Panda-san: Choose who will do it by moving left or right with the directional key and decide with the O button, or choose directly with a tap.

Panda-san: If yer partner was chosen, even if ya try to answer, they will answer by themselves.
Panda-san: Ya can leave them all to yer partner, but if yer confident in the answer, answerin' yerself is an option.
Panda-san: No matter how smart yer partner is, they're only human. They may make mistakes.
Panda-san: That's where yer partnership is important.
Panda-san: So, back to the quiz.
Panda-san: First, Ah'll explain the "memory quiz."
Panda-san: Well, to put it simply, it's a quiz where you memorize the numbers on playin' cards and answer.
Panda-san: There are two types, number matchin' and number sequencin'.
Panda-san: For the number matchin', the cards are displayed at the beginnin', then ya beat them into yer head so ya don't forget the numbers.

(PC only) Panda-san: Once ya've memorized it, press the "I've memorized it!" button.
(Vita only) Panda-san: Once ya've memorized it, press the O button or tap "I've memorized it!"

Panda-san: There is a time limit to memorize it, so be careful.
Panda-san: Then, from among the face-down cards, like the game Concentration, choose two cards at a time with the same number.
Panda-san: If ya've properly memorized the cards, ya should be able to answer.
Panda-san: For the number sequencin', the cards are displayed at the beginnin', so memorize the numbers so ya don't forget.
Panda-san: Then, from among the face-down cards, choose the cards in numerical order startin' from the smallest.
Panda-san: Alright? In order from the smallest.
Panda-san: For the number matchin' and number sequencin', if ya make any mistake, that's considered a wrong answer.
Panda-san: Since we scrambled the numbers, it might be a teensy bit difficult.
Panda-san: Then, ya can consult yer own brain, or rely on yer partner.
Panda-san: There will be ten questions in all, five number matchin' and five number sequencin' questions.
Panda-san: That's the explanation of the "memory quiz."
Panda-san: Next Ah'll explain the "abstract reasonin' quiz."
Panda-san: On the screen, shapes will be displayed in lined-up slots.
Panda-san: Among them, there will be a box with "?", so think about what to put there that lines up with the shapes to the left and right.
Panda-san: To make a comprehensive judgement of all the factors like color and shape, ya need flexible abstract reasonin'.

(PC only) Panda-san: If ya discover the rule, click the up and down triangles to choose the proper shape for the "?" part.
(PC only) Panda-san: When ya've decided the shape, click the submit button.
(Vita only) Panda-san: If ya discover the rule, tap the up and down triangles, or move the directional key up and down to choose the proper shape for the "?" part.
(Vita only) Panda-san: When ya've decided the shape, press the O button or tap yer selection.

Panda-san: Ya have exactly thirty seconds to answer.
Panda-san: Don't be impatient, think it over slowly.
Panda-san: That's all the explanation of the rules.
Panda-san: How about it? It's complicated, so did ya forget?
Panda-san: Ya wanna hear the explanation again?


(decision)
Please!
That's enough.

(decision: That's enough.)
Panda-san: So, are ya ready?


Panda-san: Game start!

-- win Bell One, round one --

Panda-san: Oh! Ya did it!!
Panda-san: It's y'all's victory in the first round of the Bell One Grand Prix!!
Yuki: Woohoo, we won!!
Tomo: Yeah, we did it.
Panda-san: The second round is next week, the next match will be an evaluation of your strength.
Panda-san: Go all out and train.
Panda-san: Then, dismissed!

(courtyard)
Yuki: We won!!
Yuki: But, the quiz was hard!!
Yuki: I'd have been in real trouble if you weren't there, Tomo.
Yuki: After all, you were trying to be in the regular class on purpose.
Tomo: I told you, it was by chance.
Tomo: I'm just a bit good at those sorts of quizzes.
Yuki: Really?
Tomo: I've always been better than you at puzzles.
Yuki: Well that's true.
Tomo: Besides, it was just that this time, there happened to be questions I could answer.
Tomo: Or rather, I think it was thanks to your luck.
Yuki: I wonder...
(Yuki: Even if it was, I think being able to answer those questions is proof that he's smart...)
Tomo: I'm extremely average.
Yuki: Average, huh.
Yuki: You're always obsessed with that...
Tomo: I don't care. Being average is my identity.
Yuki: ...I don't think that's something to brag about.
Yuki: Still...
Tomo: What is it?
Yuki: We did win the first round. But there's still two rounds left of the Bell One...
(Yuki: I felt like we just somehow managed to win this round, so maybe it would be better if we prepared or studied.)
(Yuki: But... What should we do?)

(decision)
Ask Tomo.
Try asking someone else.

(decision: Ask Tomo.)
Yuki: Hey, Tomo. Shouldn't we prepare or something for the next one?
Tomo: Hm?
Yuki: We don't know what the second round will be, but shouldn't we have some strategy?
Tomo: Not really. I don't think we have to do anything.
Yuki: Nothing...?
Tomo: Yeah.
Tomo: You should eat properly, sleep, and pray you can showcase your good luck.
Yuki: But...
Yuki: Tomo, didn't you participate in making the rough draft for the Bell One?
Tomo: Yeah, I guess...
Yuki: Then do you know what sort of thing the second round will be?
Tomo: Hmm...
Tomo: I did know at one point, but it's not very useful.
Yuki: Huh?
Tomo: When I became your partner, the board mostly replaced anything that would give me an advantage.
Yuki: I see...
Tomo: Actually, even the first round was pretty different.
Tomo: So there's probably no point to panicking about it now.
Tomo: You should just pray that next time it's something we can clear.
Tomo: I believe in your luck enough to depend on it.
Tomo: If it's something athletic, I'll manage it somehow. So don't worry.
Yuki: Tomo...
Yuki: Yeah! Alright!
Yuki: Hey, Tomo.
Tomo: Hm?
Yuki: You're kind of cool right now.
Yuki: You're more serious than usual and you seem dependable, I mean...
Tomo: ...What's that supposed to mean. Telling me that so seriously is embarrassing.
Yuki: No... Maybe it's my imagination...
Yuki: I guess it's better compared with the way you usually are.
Yuki: But I'm kind of relieved.
Tomo: Really?
Yuki: Now that I'm calm, I'm hungry.
Yuki: Let's go back to the dorm and eat dinner.
Tomo: Yeah.

(dorm cafeteria)
Yuki: Let's eat!!
Tomo: So today's curry is fish...
Yuki: Fish makes really good curry too.
Tomo: It is delicious, but I want to eat fish that doesn't taste like curry...
Yuki: I agree.
Yuki: Come to think of it, Tomo. Why did you choose these seats in the corner?
Yuki: There's still plenty of seats open at this time.
Tomo: I at least want to eat dinner in peace...
Yuki: ...Hm? What do you mean?
Kitazono: Hey, hey, Hirose. They got through the first round of the Bell One.
Hirose: But who knows about next time.
Hirose: It's two regular class guys taking on this school's crisis.
Kitazono: Neither of them has done anything outstanding since coming to the school.
Yuki: *gasp*...!
Tomo: Yuki, don't say anything.
Hirose: If I were thinking about the school, I would have teamed up with a guy with real ability from the ultimate class.
Kitazono: Maybe, someone like you?
Hirose: Get real. I don't want to take responsibility for losing.
Hirose: Speaking of, Kitazono, weren't you saying you didn't like the current Ace?
Yuki: ...
Kitazono: Anyway, that Ace just got to this school.
Kitazono: And he may have beaten Joker in a match once, but he doesn't have any other talents.
Hirose: Seriously. Why did the previous Ace choose that guy as student council president?
Kitazono: The previous Ace would still be somewhat better...
Hirose: Somewhat. But maybe there would still be hope compared to those talentless guys...
Kitazono: Anyway, those first years don't have any attachment to this school.
Kitazono: They don't understand the reality of the danger this school is in.
Yuki: That's not...!
Tomo: Idiot, let it go.
Tomo: They're just grumbling, so leave it alone. They're just unhappy they didn't get chosen, same as Okaken.
Tomo: Besides, they're second years. You'd just lose the argument.
Yuki: ...But.
Hirose: But, the school being in danger of closing. It totally sucks.
Hirose: You may be able to transfer somewhere else if this place closes,
Hirose: But I got in because of a minor sport, you know?
Hirose: There's not a lot of other schools that would let me do it...
Kitazono: It's true that the personal expenses involved in going to world class competitions are really harsh.
Fujita: The two of you are getting kind of gloomy.
Kitazono: Fujita...
Hirose: We don't know whether the school will close or not right now. Things are gloomy.
Fujita: Well, that's true.
Fujita: But there's some guys excited about it too, you know? You know Shibano in the tennis club, don't you?
Hirose: What about him?
Fujita: He said the rumor that this place might close has gotten out, it seems.
Fujita: He said he immediately started hearing from scouts from other schools.
Kitazono: Seriously?
Fujita: Seriously.
Hirose: Must be nice to be a famous star player. Always in demand.
Hirose: Damnit, what am I supposed to do? Of course I'll be left out in the cold!
Kitazono: Calm down.
Hirose: How can I be calm!?
Hirose: Why does my fate have to rest on those mediocre guys!? I can't accept it.
Kitazono: I agree...
Hirose: If he'd teamed up with someone like Joker, I could have accepted defeat.
Yuki: ...Urgh.
Tomo: ...Yuki, be quiet and eat. It's getting cold.
Yuki: Yeah...
Yuki: *munch* ... I guess... there's a lot I didn't realize...
Yuki: Like the feelings of the other students at this school...
Tomo: I told you, don't worry about it.
Yuki: But...
Yuki: ...You're not discouraged, Tomo?
Tomo: About what?
Yuki: They called you mediocre too, right?
Tomo: Let them say whatever they like. It's true that I'm mediocre.
Yuki: But you...
Tomo: It can't be helped.
Tomo: The school they're at might close.
Tomo: We can't do anything about them being worried.
Yuki: ...
Tomo: Don't look like that.
Tomo: Whatever the result of the Bell One, I won't let them lose the chance to follow their dreams.
Yuki: Tomo... you...
Tomo: Even if it's just in name, I'm basically the director. I'll at least do that before the school closes.
Tomo: ...Probably.
Yuki: Hey...
Tomo: So you don't worry about it too much either.
Yuki: Yeah. Thanks.
Tomo: That said, you must be worried with things like this too.
Tomo: Like they said, you can still change to a partner who's more likely to win.
Yuki: Huh?
Tomo: There's guys more exceptional and more motivated than me at this school.
Yuki: Oh no...

(decision)
I'd never consider that.
You don't want to be my partner?

(decision: I'd never consider that.)
Yuki: What are you saying!? I'd never do that!!
Hirose: Crap.
Kitazono: They were here?
Tomo: Idiot... I told you not to be so loud...
Yuki: You're the idiot, Tomo!! I'm not worried about having you as my partner!!
Yuki: I asked you because I wanted to team up with you.
Yuki: If I was worried, I wouldn't have asked you in the first place!
Tomo: ...Yuki.
Yuki: I think you're better than anyone else as my Bell One partner.
Yuki: The most important thing in a Bell One partner is whether you can trust them or not.
Yuki: Isn't that true!?
Tomo: ...Yeah, you're right.
Yuki: Good!
Yuki: I'm counting on you, Tomo.
Tomo: ...Yeah, thanks.
Yuki: Anyway! As long as we win the Bell One, the school won't close.
Yuki: Everyone's worries will disappear and there will be no problem.
Yuki: Yeah! Let's do that!
Tomo: You...
Tomo: ...really are a positive thinker.
Yuki: Well, it doesn't help anything to think about what we'll do if we lose, or what will happen if we fail.
Yuki: Or maybe it just hasn't sunk in that the school is in danger or might close.
Tomo: I'm jealous of the way you think...
Yuki: Haha, my friends and parents are always making fun of me that I'm too simple.
Tomo: I'm sure.
Tomo: But I think your optimism is a powerful weapon.
Yuki: I hope it is...
??: Oh! If it isn't Asahina-kun over there!!
Okaken: I heard! You successfully cleared the first round of the Bell One.
Okaken: Even if it was a fluke, I'm glad, I'm glad. This gives me a little bit of hope.
Yuki: A fluke, that's mean...
Okaken: What could it be other than a fluke?
Okaken: You with only your luck, and all-regular Kasahara-kun.
Okaken: That you two passed the quiz put out by the board and got through the first round...
Okaken: Is nothing but a fluke to my mind.
Okaken: Have you thought about teaming up with me for the second round?
Yuki: No, I have no intention of doing that.
Tomo: Even I'd stop him from teaming up with you.
Okaken: Both of you are refusing me!?
Tomo: There's probably a good chance that the second round is a test of strength.
Tomo: Do you still think you can win? You're regular just in PE.
Okaken: Ugh. That's true...
Okaken: B, by the way, I have certain information...
Yuki: Information?
Tomo: Anyway, it's going to be occult information no one cares about.
Okaken: No, no, listen to me.
*grab*
Tomo: Hey, what's with you?
Okaken: This is just between us, but according to the information I have, there are some students who aren't happy you're in the Bell One.
Yuki: We already know that.
Yuki: We heard rumors about it earlier.
Yuki: But if we win, they won't have any problem, right?
Okaken: That's not it.
Okaken: It seems like there are some students who plan to use the closing to transfer to other schools.
Okaken: There's also students being scouted by other schools, with good offers.
Yuki: Oh, come to think of it, we heard that too...
Okaken: This place is fine for the number one person, the problem is being number two and below.
Okaken: Even if they're happy being number two here, since they had the ability to get into BL School, they could stand at the top at another school...
Okaken: So there's a rumor that there's people who want to tempt you to lose, so they can transfer with good offers.
Yuki: No way...
Tomo: ...It's true it's not unthinkable.
Okaken: Anyway, I've warned you. You guys be careful.
Yuki: ...Thanks for the warning.
Yuki: But how do you know something like that?
Tomo: Yeah. Your information source seems different from those guys who were gossiping before.
Okaken: Heh heh heh. Good question, you two.
Okaken: That demonstrates the power of the high-dimensional search tool I independently developed!
Yuki: High-dimensional search tool?
Okaken: Exactly!!
Okaken: Actually, there are several closed community sites at the school.
Okaken: Of course, you can't see that information from the outside.
Okaken: But using the high-dimensional search tool I developed let me get hits on that information.
Tomo: Huh? If I remember correctly, your search tool can search places you can't normally view.
Tomo: To put it the other way, if it's not possible to search normal sites, isn't it nonsense information?
Okaken: ...Well, sometimes.
Tomo: That's why I thought it wasn't good for anything but ghost hunting?
Okaken: It's true that I did get information I couldn't understand, but...
Okaken: This time, I was able to reconstruct several pieces of information.
Okaken: Among them, there were requests floating around to sabotage you during the Bell One with the promise of benefits after transferring...
Okaken: There were even some that hinted at cash...
Yuki: Who!? Who would do something like that!!?
Tomo: Did you find out the source?
Okaken: Ugh. Well...
Okaken: I only got the content of the conversation, not who they were...
Yuki: You don't know?
Okaken: Unfortunately...
Tomo: After all, it's useless.
Yuki: Sabotage, huh...
Yuki: I want to believe there aren't people like that at this school, but...
Tomo: There's also the deal with the armband.
Tomo: But if we win, it's fine, so don't worry too much...
Yuki: Yeah...

continue reading! →

back to the GH2 script translations!