Sorry for being late for Pico Day, Sorry for those who've been waiting a long time for a sequel and sorry for the really crappy backgrounds, battle animations and ending... I wasn't able to add everything I wanted in time..I still hope you will enjoy~ If you want me to redo/add some stuffs, maybe later on I will. As for the actual random fights, they were quite easy, just make sure you hang out with all types (nerds, jocks, gangsters, emos) and learn all their moves.
Special Thanks to James, who did the chance time stories : D PS - If you find a bug/problem, please don't hesitate to PM me! These battles can be won easily if you have high enough stats (for me, I did 300 each).
------------------------- OMG Thanks Soooo much for front page!! You have to play on a difficulty other than [Free Play]!! There still may be alittle more bugs left, but I'm working on it. Turned off music and sounds turns on after dates and asked questions. After you reject a girl, it becomes unavailable if you load a game where you haven't rejected it. If you load a game the used up job events for your job level become available again. There does not seem to be a cap for intelligence, strength, and charm.
I still have YET to fix the ENDING though, but I was planning to make a movie for it : P Maybe... I would recommend capping these 3 at around 350-ish.
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