Ken ga Kimi for V Duet Song – Chapter of Sea

剣が君 for V 二重唱 海原之章

This is the drama track from the third Ken ga Kimi for V Duet Song CD, featuring Sagihara Sakyou and Suzukake. It’s 100% spoiler-free and focuses more on the characters’ interactions with Kayo, so it can be enjoyed before you play the game. Full translation under the cut. Commissioned by Mitsu. Enjoy!
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Ken ga Kimi – Sagihara Sakyou

Honestly, the reason why I did Sakyou second was because I found him super shady. I certainly didn’t expect to love this route as much as I do now, and his sharp tongue only adds to his sarcastic cunning charming personality. (*゚ー゚*)❤

鷺原左京 (CV:保志総一朗)

Sakyou is the son and heir of the Sagihara family, a family of hatamoto serving the Fushimi clan in Yamashiro Province. In addition, his family are also descendants of Amakuni—a group of legendary blacksmiths formed back in the Heian period. After his family was murdered, Sakyou threw away his status and came to Edo seeking for revenge. While he may look like a sheltered noble, his journey has taught him how to survive and carry himself in the world. 18 years old.
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Ken ga Kimi – Tokaido Fake Wedding Parade

As I mentioned in the prologue post, Ken ga Kimi is split into two arcs. The first one acts as the common route of the game, where Kayo travels through Tokaido with everyone for the fake wedding parade. This post covers all eight chapters.

剣が君・東海道偽花嫁行列編

In the first arc, Kayo has to go on a wedding parade while disguising herself as Hisahime. The journey is by no means easy. As they face numerous difficulties together, Kayo grows closer to the six samurai who are guarding her. However, the wedding parade actually has another purpose. It’s to deliver one of the Five Heavenly Swords, Juzumaru, safely to Sunpu. At the beginning of their journey, none of them knows that they’re walking into a vortex of conspiracy.
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Ken ga Kimi – Prologue

Ken ga Kimi was first announced in Dengeki Girl’s Style over a year ago, and I’ve been looking forward to it since then. It’s really worth the wait though, because Ken ga Kimi is truly a masterpiece. Everything about this game is beautiful.

剣が君

Ken ga Kimi takes place in year 1634, the era when competition over the “Five Heavenly Swords” is admired as the true way of samurai. These five legendary swords have the power to destroy youkai, and the shogunate made an event for samurai to compete over them—the “Tournament of Sword Retrieval”. This year the tournament will be held in Edo, and the season has come. Those who are seeking for fame or fortune have come to gather in Edo.
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Starry☆Sky~After Summer~

I’m posting After Summer’s summary first since typing up all six routes in Hanaoni would take some time to finish. I’d love to do the portable Starry Sky games too when I get the chance..

The game opens four years after Yahisa Tsukiko’s graduation from Seigetsu Gakuen. The archery club members went drinking together since Azusa’s currently in Japan. They talked about their unforgettable summer, which was the summer of Tsukiko’s third year. It was their last Inter High and they had a two-weeks training camp before then. The captain, Miyaji Ryuunosuke, announced that he already called a special trainer to help them train: Kanakubo Homare, their ex-captain. The bond between them grows stronger during this two weeks.
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