Vol.7

Taiikusai

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Yamana Makoto (山那 誠)
CV: 深川緑

Kuse Kazuma (久世 一真)
CV: 三重奏

Physical Sports Day

Due to having the worst beginning, the heroine was unable to be honest but after receiving Makoto’s overwhelmingly wholehearted love a gradual change in her feelings occurred. At this time, a sports festival was held at Yamana Academy. The two’s relationship became decided in a certain competition…

“I entered you like this on that first day too, huh. Your hole was painfully tight… I couldn’t put it all in. And yet, now you’re used to my length, and you squeeze it deliciously…”

“I wish I could tell all of those brats, you know. That you have a naughty body now which can’t be satisfied unless it has my huge [—]…”

“… I’m begging you, please. I don’t want to live with anyone else. Just you.”

The sports festival— this is the ending of an irregular couple.

Thank you to Hina for the commission of Makoto’s sequel volume! R18 warning but, uh, I guess this can count as a sweet one since their relationship is established? You can grab Dusk’s works on the ENG DLsite or the JP DLsite. If you enjoy this series, please consider supporting it through a purchase because Dusk just consists of ONE writer, who pays for everything from the art to the voice actors and recording studio.

Also, because I haven’t done this in a while, I have a Part 1 and Part 2 collection of twitter threads with my livetweets of this series LOL. Incidentally, here is the timeline up to this volume (not going to plug the whole list). Again, whatever is crossed out is one that I haven’t translated.

  1. Kankinkon: Ryoujoku no Hibi (Touji)
  2. Kankinkon: Zetsubou no Hibi (Touji)
  3. Seitokai: Ryakudatsu no Hibi (Hikaru)
  4. Taiiku Kyoushi (Makoto)
  5. Seitokai: Yuuwaku no Hibi (Kazuma)
  6. Kankinkon: Amayaka na Hibi (Group)
  7. Taiikusai (Makoto)

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Ojisama Dakimakura ~ Kasai Nobuhito no Baai ~

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Kasai Nobuhito (葛西 信人)
CV: 白狼王魔

Old Man Body Pillow ~ The Case of Nobuhito Kasai ~

He thought it was being the same usual body pillow, but the person at the house he came to was somehow the young miss of the mansion he used to serve at.

Why is the young miss from the mansion he resigned at here…

Hearing him grumble about this, you tell him your feelings of having wanted to see him no matter what.

Thanks to Lemon for the commission! R18 warning. You can pick this up at the ENG DLsite or the JP DLsite.

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Rouge et Noir ~ Implied Odds ~

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Kurusu Rei (来栖 玲)
CV: 佐和真中

Rouge et Noir ~ Implied Odds ~

It been about a year since the flood of the new drug, Rouge et Noir. Due to the weakening of the crime syndicate, House, a series of events is heading to being resolved.

In the midst of this, you are a narcotics officer belonging to the Special Criminal Investigations Department (also known as SCID) and in Los Angeles together with Kurusu Rei, a forensic officer belonging to the forensic department, to participate in an information exchange conference that is routinely held between the Narcotics Control Division of the Port and Harbour Ministry of Welfare and the DEA (the American Narcotics Control Division). However, the drug sample that was to be presented at the conference was stolen by the hands of someone.

You and Kurusu recovered the drug sample, but the whereabouts of a “certain someone” became clear from the belongings of the criminal who was secured—

R18 content warning. Thank you to the anonymous commissioner for their second request!

Here is a timeline for those confused since I’ve jumped around the series: Under the Gun > Check in the Dark > Double Down > Eye in the Sky > Pure Bluff > Second Barrel > Implied Odds > Maximum Bet > All In. Jacks or Better occurs somewhere after Double Down and before Maximum Bet. Makabe’s VR edition is also a side story.

Implied Odds is a term for calculating how much you expect to win after taking into consideration the amount you paid to get in and the current pot amount. For example, if you paid 10$ to win $50 then apparently you average $1.74 for every call you make. There’s a formula for calculating this out there.

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