It’s a miracle this FD was released because it finally contained the content I wanted to see in…the last one. 😂 Most of the contents of the FD takes place with Cardia’s poison gone except for Sholmes and Cantarella routes. And now on to the fangirling (and emoji spam lol)!
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I didn’t realize it’s actually been 2 years since I finished Code Realize since the English version actually only came out a year ago. Due to this I was a bit rusty on what happened but fortunately the after stories gave a brief review of what happened in case people like me forgot. The FD also adds an original mafia gang story as well as routes for Finis and Sholmes (which take place as if they were in the first game’s story.) The final section is a little bit of time Cardia spends with Dela-chan’s daily activities.
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It’s 1853 in the outskirts of England where our heroine Cardia lives forever alone in a dirty abandoned house because daddy told her so. By living alone she basically just sits in her room all day wishing for her life to end because nothing really matters anymore. The queen’s royal guards lead by Leon Hard (I swear I think it’s Leonhart lol) break into her house to try and capture her. The thing is, she’s not an easy pray because her dad has coined her a “monster” due to the fact that anything she touches melts like it’s being burned with acid. When one of the guard dogs tries to bite her, it melts his face off. Fortunately, master thief Arsene Lupin rescues her and then tells her that she has a stone on her chest called the Horologium which was implanted into her body by her father Isaac Beckford. Lupin is on the search for both Isaac and those who are behind the terrorist attacks in London. Since Cardia wants to find her father as well and figure out wtf he really wanted her to do, she comes along and so their steampunk adventure begins.
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The fandisk to WOF2 in which you meet a fairy named Bell who looks like a chibi Lulu. She’s transcended time & space and is here to let Lulu see her past, present and future! In the past section Lulu turns into a loli and runs around causing trouble. In the present, she attends a great ball with one of the guys. In the future, it’s the after story of 3 years later with both Lulu and her guy near graduation and ready to get married.
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Following the normal end of the first game, here’s the sequel to Wand of Fortune. Unfortunately for players of the first game, this game wants you to forget and/or pretend most of the events in the first game never happened. Story is Bilal is on his way back to his country so everyone’s taking a memorial photo together. So then Edgar goes to take the photo with his magnifying glass (which is apparently also a camera) but as usual he screws up and his magnifier goes out of control. Suddenly Lulu finds herself lost in a forest with some guy who sounds like the mask in the Solomon item shop. He names himself Persona and his sleepy friend Solomon help her find the rest of her friends. She meets Fatta Morgana face to face and he explains that they’ve been thrown into the past because of Lulu’s fail magic and Edgar’s magnifier. On top of this, Lulu’s magical wand breaks! Solomon tells them they need to gather memory stones in order to return back to the
FORTUNE FUTURE! He gives Lulu a sailor moon prism power makeup compact to use in the meantime until she can gather enough elemental stones. Unfortunately they also find out that they’ve jumped back right before the start of the Great Latium War.
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