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A description of tropes appearing in World God Only Knows. Keima Katsuragi is famous on the Internet as "The God of Conquest": there is no Dating Sim that he. Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor/Romance - Keima K., Chihiro K. - Chapters: 6 - Words: . Her chance at any relationship was shrinking with every second, and she needed to restore it. "Oh trust me, I already have!. Keima also “reconquers” Chihiro because he isn't sure whether she or Ayumi is the host of Mercury. While doing this, he discovers that Chihiro.
Taking proper care of guests, she thought, Katsuragi-kun sure had changed a lot. She pulled out a set of documents and some papers from the briefcase she had brought with her and browsed through them. Then she tried waiting for a minute, but patience wasn't really a strong suit of her. She preferred to act as soon as possible and when she was unable to do so, she became nervous. Well, Katsuragi had always been one of the few students who could make her nervous, so it was nothing new.
She started to look around, as she had never been here before. She knew that Katsuragi had been living here for over ten years now and it seemed a rather normal house — certainly not something that would explain the gaming frenzy the boy exhibited.
13 - 18, depending on what you count as a conquest.
Or used to exhibit. Either she was lost in her thoughts a little too long or he had made this coffee really fast. Perhaps it was some quick and cheap sort of coffee? It was obvious Nagase wasn't here for the coffee and cookies or to catch up, but he wasn't expecting that. Moreover, Nagase wasn't wearing her regular teacher clothes or any formal jacket.
She was wearing a slightly plain brown sweater that somehow suited her character well and complimented the color of her hair and eyes as well as long black skirt. However, it wasn't time to admire clothes. It's common sense, right? I'm not a high school student anymore," Keima didn't even bat an eyelash, "and you're not my teacher anymore A good part of her last year as a university student had been spent thinking about going back to Maijima high Private School as a full-fledged teacher and being there for the students.
And somehow most of her expectations had been connected to Katsuragi-kun. She had promised to go back and make him stop playing games She would be lying if she said she didn't hope to become his homeroom teacher when she had applied to Mai-High after graduating.AMV - Keima X Chihiro (Thousand Years)
The principal deemed Jun too hot-headed to put her in charge of the first years and too inexperienced to take care of the third years and properly prepare them for the exams. Thus, Jun had ended up teaching second years, while Katsuragi-kun had become a third year. Why would you quit a job when you're 25?
And Katsuragi-kun certainly hadn't been fond of senpai back then. However, that last year, it had been obviously different. I mean, the hostility between senpai and Katsuragi-kun lessened considerably. But that hadn't been all. Jun hadn't been able to pin-point it, but somehow she had realized that whatever hostility had remained wasn't really there.
Somehow that particular thought irked Jun, but she couldn't understand why. Teaching was basically an occupation to make friends with students, so wasn't this great? Moreover, Katsuragi-kun had seemed to change a lot.
Of course, he still played his games, but less so and he got along better, once again not with everyone, but it was still a giant progress.
When one looked into the boy's eyes one could sometimes see the distant stare, some touch of melancholy or some sparks of joy over some game And more often than before, his gaze was focused and aiming at the real world here and now, instead of his games. Jun had asked her senior that before, but hadn't been able to get a clear answer.
Anyway, was this why Jun felt envious? Oh, Jun knew that what she felt was envy, but she wasn't clear about the reason for it. Stealing her achievement if you will. Yes, this was an issue for the younger teacher. As a teacher she was supposed to be friends with Katsuragi-kun, yet she had failed at that. Maybe it was because she had been bothering him too often. She couldn't be his homeroom teacher and had next to no classes with him, but that didn't mean she couldn't talk to him.
And thus it started This personal war of theirs. Again and again Jun would appear in front of Katusragi and try to reason with him. It wasn't the worst strategy out there — Katsuragi-kun was a logical person after all — but the results were meager. And every little bit of progress cost her dearly. Katsuragi-kun was a really calm person and Jun was an optimistic full to the brim with positive energy, but during an actual confrontation it turned out they could wear each other down.
Thus, those clashes of theirs always turned into a big fights. Of course they didn't try to punch, strangle or claw at each other, though Jun sometimes had to suppress a weird desire to put Katsuragi-kun into a choking hold.
Even weirder and stronger was her desire to tackle him to the ground. Anyway, they never really hurt each other physically, didn't call each other names and didn't use foul language. They did, however, insult each other views once or twice and particularly long arguments could be loud. However, the bottom line was that while she had done her best and Katsuragi-kun had changed the net result was that she had failed to keep her second promise.
The promise to make him stop playing games. But she hadn't been beaten yet! She could still fight and win and she'll do it, just like Jumbo Tsuruma had taught her! What had Katsuragi-kun said just now? That he wasn't in high school and she wasn't his teacher anymore? Was it a hiss or a gasp? And why would he make it? It's common courtesy to use such titles," he responded, his composure wavered just a tiny bit for some reason, "besides I already received career counseling.
She was well-aware that she was a guest here and kind of intruding. If she pushed too hard now, Katsuragi-kun would simply tell her to leave and she wouldn't be able to argue with that. Now, even a normal person could tell this wasn't a talk between a teacher and a student. It was a combat between enemies.
Well, sort of enemies. Both of them could tell they had some respect for the other party, probably tied to the fact that they could match each other in an argument. And this was why Jun believed she still had a shot at this. Can you at least listen to what I have to say? The good news was mother wasn't home. If she was it would be much worse. The bad news was that this development definitely seemed like trouble.
And while career counseling couldn't be too bad, he was sure Nagase would try to start another battle of her "stop playing games" campaign at the first opportunity. The old Keima would simply tell her to get out. So much for that While Keima didn't exactly like her boundless optimism, thinking it was way over the top, he did prefer to see Jun like that — smiling and with purpose, instead of being anxious, scared or uncertain.
Making girls capable of experiencing happiness was the point of exorcising loose spirits, wasn't it? But Jun wasn't in possession of such a spirit anymore Jun's voice interrupted him before he could further ponder about it.
She took care not to insinuate anything. She didn't want to suggest he was a NEET or lazy. Some want to enter, but simply fail. And some merely don't believe in their current skill and wait for the next opportunity in the upcoming years. They're the so-called ronins. I believe you're the best student our school had in a long time. Possible best student ever. He hadn't expected for Jun to chuckle. The way she had said his name just now I know what you're capable of Katsuragi-kun," she finished, seemingly happy with herself.
You might be many things, but you're not stupid and you're not lazy. This was worse than he had thought. He had always tried for perfect scores in regular tests because that allowed him to game at school. However, the final tests weren't important, so he took those exams half-assedly, just doing well enough to not worry mom. Yet, Nagase saw through this. That I could enter any university I want? But I don't want or need to go to university.
He had expected Nagase to be surprised, but her reaction surprised him instead. And if I were any other person, you'd be right. You've no idea what I know about games. Neither noticed what her line was implying, nor that she leaned closer as well.
On the Internet I'm called the "god of conquest". There's no second person like me on the planet when it comes to dating sims. I'm contacted by companies when they want advice on making games. I could be assistant for any game-related business, being it a game company, a game shop or an amusement park. University is just a big waste of money and time," Keima said. He was surprised yet again. Keima pushes forward, and proves that he would go along with marriage.
He could not, however, prove to Ayumi that he "loves" her for real, but eventually he somewhat explains the reason for his actions. He also mentions that he only aims for the best ending and that THAT was the true love of a gamer. He then tells her that he adores her and with a little push from Chihiro, they go through with their "wedding" of sorts, ending with Ayumi confessing her love for Keima and a "wedding" kiss shared by the two which Ayumi initiates.
Mio Aoyama Keima and Mio Keima, recognizing Mio as tsundere stereotype and believing she was rich, thought that conquering her will be easy. However, after discovering she is actually poor, he decides make a bond by hiding her secret and giving her elaborate bike rides to school. Seeing that she isn't falling for him, Keima understands that she is pretending to be rich because of her deceased father. He takes her to a party she didn't want to go to and dances with her. He eventually confronts Mio about her father, and tells her that it is time for her to live her own life.
Mio decides to let go of the past and they kiss, expelling the spirit from her body. Although she has forgotten Keima, she still blushes around him. Later, while being in Yui's body, Keima sees Mio in a bakery.
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After confirming there is no goddess inside her he wishes her good luck, showing that he does care for her. Kanon Nakagawa Kiss Initially uninterested in her because of she is a real-life idol, Keima becomes Kanon's source of support and advice - even when she gets violent.
When Kanon runs away from her concert and asks him to always support her, Keima says that she should not depend on other people because she is already shining by herself. The conquest ends with a kiss, and Kanon performs flawlessly. Without Keima's notice, Kanon contained the goddess of music, Apollo.
Apollo's appearance brings danger to Kanon when a Vintage member finds her. Remembering her past with Keima, she goes to Keima directly for protection, even going as far to confessing that she loves him, back then and even now. After Apollo runs away in Kanon's body, not wishing to involve the "unrelated" Keima, she is stabbed with a magically enforced knife by the mysterious female member of Vintage - Fiore Loderia Lavigneri. Upon seeing that Kanon was in a dire situation, Keima resolves to find all the other Goddesses in order to save her.
The incident involving Kanon becomes a turning point in Keima's life as he makes the promise to search for the goddesses for Kanon's sake, showing that he feels responsible. Kanon tells him that she believes in him and that she will be praying with Apollo while he is busy. Shiori Shiomiya Keima considered Shiori a candidate for a goddess host, due to her reaction of avoiding him after Kanon confessed to him.
She is now confirmed as the host of the goddess MinervaGoddess of Knowledge, revealed after Keima conquers her for a second time through the assistance of her novel. She was once a reticent librarian who could not tolerate Keima's "rudeness". Ever since her conquest ended, she Keima and Shiori has learned to speak more often. She returns to the storyline many chapters later, somewhat angry due to Kanon's love confession.
Her memories and feelings for Keima partially return to her due to the shock of the confession. She tries with difficulty to avoid Keima, but he nevertheless approaches her. Keima realizes that she has been writing a novel based on the events of the library rebellion - her conquest - but has had difficulty advancing her story since she only has vague memories of the whole experience.
Can I see you every day? With Keima's intervention, she is able to move on with her story, and in the end, creates a monologue. At the end of her written monologue, she wrote that she is in love with Keima, revealing her true feelings. Keima congratulates her with a kiss on the cheek. After, he asks if he can come to the library everyday and admits to wanting to see her. Shiori is unable to speak, but she blushes.
When Kusunoki saves him, he thanks her but is rather angry that Kusunoki calls him weak. When Elsie says that Kusunoki has an escaped spirit, Keima becomes reluctant as he does not want to involve himself with such a powerful person.
Nevertheless, he makes contact with her because he figured that he will have to do so eventually. Kusunoki and Keima sharing a soft serve. During her conquest, Keima manages to find out that Kusunoki still has some of her femininity intact, and uses this "weakness" to bring about her other self.
In the end, Keima convinces Kusunoki that she can be strong and cute, which causes the runaway spirit inside her to reveal itself. After her conquest, Keima seems to have forgotten about Kusunoki. She makes another appearance, however, in the Hinoki Arc, and takes on a support role. Keima learns about another reason why Kusunoki had a gap in her heart and also learns the history behind Kusunoki's relationship with her sister. In an Omake, Kusunoki under Hinoki's forcefulness approaches Keima with flowers and tries to confess to him.
It is unknown what Keima's response is. Chihiro Kosaka Before her conquest, Chihiro always treated Keima worse than other students did.
She would always call him by his nickname, "Otamega", and would generally make fun of him. When it is discovered that Chihiro is the next capture target, Keima becomes horrified and wanted nothing to do with her, because she is his definition of a 'real' girl and has no personality. Even so, when Keima does decide to assist her, he learns that not only is she one of the most difficult conquests he has ever encountered, she is also the girl with the most personality so far.
During her conquest, Chihiro verbally retaliates against Keima's insults and calls him a cockroach. Her words pierce Keima to the point where Keima completely ignores reality and immerses himself in his games. Keima manages to get over it thanks to Ayumi and decides to help Chihiro fall in love with another guy to release her escaped spirit. In the end, Keima gets enraged when he learns that Chihiro does not really like the boy they have been targeting.
Chihiro then runs off as Keima finally realizes that he is the only one that can fill Chihiro's heart. He rushes to Chihiro's side, talks to her and eventually kisses her. He tells Chihiro that she can do anything and also promises her that he will always be there to help her when she needs it, which causes the runaway spirit inside Chihiro to be released. Keima shedding tears for his actions against Chihiro Sometime after Chihiro's conquest, Keima reluctantly tutors the 2-B Pencils sans Miyako in English the only reason he decides to help them is because of his promise to Chihiro.
By the time of the Mai-High Festival Arc, Keima's opinion of Chihiro does not seem to change much and when he eventually learns that Chihiro has been attracted since before her conquest, Keima, out of the interest to protect Chihiro from Vintage, is forced to coldly reject her. This makes a significant impact on him because he is confused as to why a girl like Chihiro likes him. His regret shows when he sheds a tear by the end of the Goddess Saga, apologizing to Chihiro for what he said "that time".
Out of all the heroines conquered, Chihiro has had the most influence on Keima's development. Because she is his definition of a "real" girl, her actions greatly confused - and sometimes angered - him. During her conquest and re-conquest, she either went beyond or away from the route Keima has planned for her, which led Keima to react to her actions more often than not.
In the end, it was revealed that he did actually love Chihiro. Jun Nagase Jun kissing Keima Keima's first interaction with Jun can be considered significantly different than his interactions with the heroines prior to Jun. It is different because Jun makes the first move and decides to speak with Keima first. Jun is extremely friendly towards everyone. According to Keima, this is because she is a teacher and teaching is an occupation to make friends with students.
She takes a special interest in Keima because he basically ignores school regulations and chooses to play games all the time. When she sees Keima sitting alone in the classroom, she tells him playing games is fine, but he should at least talk to his friends.
During the conquest, the history of Jun's leadership within the basketball team during her time as a student is revealed. Keima comes to the conclusion that Jun's ideals are too strong for anybody to handle, so everyone turns away from her.
In the events of the wrestling match, Jun gets embarrassed for sitting next to her student and becomes even more flustered when she looks at Keima and realizes that their faces are within millimeters of each other. The moments between Jun and Keima during the wrestling match are most likely the first indications of Jun's romantic attraction to Keima.
Keima eventually fills the gap within Jun's heart by fully supporting her ideals. The conquest concludes with Keima telling Jun that she better come back, and with Jun giving him a kiss. During the Old Conquests Arc Keima comes to the conclusion that Jun is not a goddess host because she neither remembers her conquest nor is she one of the people he encounters daily.
Jun tells Keima that even after her time as a student teacher, she still worried about him, showing that at the very least and she still cares for him as a teacher.
Initialy, Keima is rather angered by Tsukiyo's attitude towards him and Yokkyun, saying how Yokkyun is merely a "doodle" and how he is "imperfect". Because of this, Keima initially Keima kissing Tsukiyo wanted to let the runaway spirit to engulf Tsukiyo.
Nevertheless, Keima still puts up with Tsukiyo's antics when she shrinks.