Have you ever noticed that as something nears completion, your rate of progress slows down? Well, it’s a phenomenon well known to computer programmers (Japanese ones, at the very least), who call it the 90/90 law. The last 10% of your code will take just as long as the first 90%. As it turns out, class 2-F is not immune to this either, and it seems a few of them have some unfinished business that’s almost complete. Whether that’s a good thing or not, the jury’s still out. Or perhaps Kafuka could convince them to direct their energies elsewhere.
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[Translator: Umin; Typesetter: Oyashiro; Proofreaders: Slyborg and IO]
>> TL Notes <<
More SZS is in the works (assuming I don’t work myself to death first – quite likely), as is Root P and some Fate/Kaleid (assuming sly and wutz don’t work themselves to death either – unlikely)
P.S. SZS 180 will have some goodies with it.