Maya's life has certainly been interesting to say the least since coming back to the school. After killing her dead father, she's had to deal with a time traveling teacher who arrives naked when he does these jaunts. And to make matters worse, he's not all that good of a time traveler either and seems to be unsure of a lot of things that he should have been briefed on. Maya's doing what she can to adjust to all of this and slowly but surely she's starting to accept more and more of the unreality of her situation when it comes to the things that appear around the school. While she wants to instinctively mock a fellow student for talking about tengu, remembering that it was mentioned on her first drive to the school causes her to wonder if there's more to the story.
Abe's life is certainly amusing to watch since he's seeing himself as Bunmei on TV and it brings back all sorts of memories to him. It has to be somewhat surreal to see yourself on TV like that in this context where it's a real live version of you from years ago doing that as opposed to it being a recording watched years later. Even worse for Abe is that he's still having trouble fitting into the basics of this time period, one that's only what, thirteen years prior? His ability to see glimpses of the future through his phone camera isn't helping either as he gets tempted by one woman and sees only certain death for him. Yet opportunity knocks around each corner and he can't help but to be hopefully.
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