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Juumonji Kaho: You’re from Class B, right?
Oreki Houtarou: Yes.
Kaho: Is Fukube-kun not with you?
Oreki: (Huh? How does she know? It’s divine power, isn’t it?)
Chitanda Eru: Oreki-san, this is Juumonji Kaho-san, from Class 1-D.
Kaho: Nice to meet you.
Oreki: Ah, we’re in the same year. And when I was certain that she was using divine powers.
Kaho: I could use them if I wanted to.
Kaho: The Juumonji clan is one who has wielded divine power, generation after generation.
Chitanda: Out of all of them, Kaho has the strongest powers.
Oreki: Divine powers, huh……
Chitanda: Oreki-san, you don’t seem to believe it.
Oreki: No one in their right mind would.
Kaho: Indeed, it would be difficult for you to understand if you haven’t experienced it.
Chitanda: Oh! Kaho-san has removed her glasses!
Oreki: And what’s up with that?
Chitanda: I shall explain. When Kaho-san uses her divine powers, she removes her glasses and becomes one with the world.
Oreki: Sigh…… (I want to go back home. I’m hungry, after all.)
Oreki: What is it?
Kaho: It’s a little early to be returning home. Also, if you’re hungry, I can give you dango soup later, so please endure.
Oreki: (Gahh! She read my mind?)
Kaho: Oreki-kun, recently……
Oreki: What? What is it?
Kaho: You’ve misplaced something at home, right?
Kaho: It’s probably…… a pen.
Kaho: You’ve bought another one since you couldn’t find it, but it’s in the bathroom. When you dropped it, it rolled to the back. Try searching around that area.
Oreki: (What…… Why is she talking as if she saw it……)
Kaho: Because I did see it.
Chitanda: You’re amazing, Kaho-san.
Oreki: If, if it’s just like this, anyone can get it right just by guessing.
Kaho: One more thing, then.
Oreki: You still have things to say?!
Kaho: About the composition you wrote when you were in elementary school, “What I want to be in the future”……
Oreki: A-And what about that c-composition?
Chitanda: Oreki-san, calm down.
Kaho: You found it while cleaning up your room, but threw it away because you thought you didn’t need it.
Chitanda: Is that so?
Oreki: I certainly threw it away a while back.
Kaho: Your sister retrieved it from the trash bin, apparently.
Kaho: It’s a keepsake from her younger brother when he was a kid, so she thought it would be a waste if it was thrown away.
Chitanda: What a nice sister.
Oreki: Please tell me! What did sis do after that?
Kaho: Your sister read your composition, laughed for a while, and then……
Chitanda: Are you alright? Oreki-san!
Kaho: ……She mused to herself, (In Tomoe’s voice) “So Houtarou back then had such high aspirations.”, and then……
Kaho: It’s dark, so I can’t really see it clearly, but it seems to have been placed in some drawer.
Oreki: Why did she recover it…… and why did she hide it?!
Chitanda: Oreki-san, hang on!
Kaho: Ah, there’s one more thing. What should I do with it?
Oreki: Just tell me.
Chitanda: I’m also curious!
Kaho: Really? Then I’ll say it……
Chitanda: I’m so excited……
Oreki: Wait! Could it be about that misdialed call on Christmas?
Oreki: Ah, is it about that incident?!
Kaho: Yes, it is.
Chitanda: Eh? What exactly is it?
Kaho: Oreki-kun, that was really……
Oreki: Stop!!! Just stop already!! I don’t want to hear anymore!!!!! (Runs off)
Kaho: He’s gone.
Chitanda: I don’t really understand about that last bit, but it’s great that he believed the divine powers.
Kaho: Mmm, not sure about that……