Question about structure of vn and romance

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#1 by kei-tr
2020-09-23 at 18:30
< report >How chapters and romance are handled in this vn? Is each chapter like continuation of previous one (e.g chapter 2 starts from end of chapter 1)? Or are they like routes branching from single point and these routes released as chapters?

I am curious about romance as well. I see this vn has Kinetic Novel tag. So, how relationships are handled in this vn? There are 3 chapters and 6 heroines in this vn. Is this means each chapter protag enters a relationship with 2 heroines at the same time?Last modified on 2020-09-23 at 18:43
#2 by Omikron
2022-11-20 at 14:44
< report >Quite late to answer that question, but it might be of help to someone in the future:

1 - Yes, each part starts where the previous left off. It is one continuing storyline. There are no branches.

2 - SPOILER - During the main story the MC only enters a relationship with one heroine in the end of part 3. I'd say it is pretty obvious who's that gonna be - Shino

To me it seemed that at least two of the others have a genuine interest in him as a man, too, being Yunitan and Kumiko. R-ne is like a daughter to Keiji. He says so himself. I am not sure about Kanade and Lily and their possible feelings.

The h-scenes offer 'what-if scenarios'. Depending on the scene the MC has entered a relationship with the featured woman or just acts as a horndog.
#3 by kei-tr
2022-11-23 at 18:29
< report >Thanks for the info, I didn't expect an answer after such a long time. Your answer is still helpful to me because everything except for the art looked below average and its score, comments and reviews about vn weren't the best either, thus I pushed this vn to the bottom of my backlog. Btw, every release is partial but vn is still finished I guess?Last modified on 2022-11-23 at 18:34
#4 by Omikron
2022-11-23 at 19:37
< report >My take on the 'partial part' is, that because all 3 parts make up one whole story but were released separately no single part was complete? Not sure, if that's the reason, though.

But, yes, the story is complete if you own all 3 parts, Gift, Truth and Journey.

Personally, I liked Corona Blossom very much. The only thing or only two things that felt off:
1 - the h, see above. They don't contribute to the main story at all. Apart from being fan-service (not saying it is bad, usually I like it too.. >.>) there is no need for them.
2 - how the villain was handled. In the end, however, I was okay with it.

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