The chapter starts with the main character, Tomoya Aki, revealing to his two friends, Utaha Kasumigaoka and Eriri Spencer Sawamura, his desire to create a Galge, a dating simulating game without any sex scenes, using a real life girl as the bases for the main heroine. After Eriri harshly turns his invitation down, she gives a cute gaze toward some girls behind her, who were giving her weird looks before because of her anger at Tomoya. Afterwards she questions him why he wants to make a game, accusing him of Doujin Fraud, which he supposedly hates the most. Appearing annoyed at his constant pestering, Eriri then blushes, shouting that she never knew how much he loved it. After that Utaha Kasumigaoka also claims that she has no interest in Tomoya's proposal either. Utaha harshly scored his proposal a zero, accusing it of being unoriginal and just a random mish mash of elements from games which he recently played. After that both Utaha and Eriri start to banter for a litlte while about them both being here together. The two of them left as they continued to argue, leaving Tomoya in the dust. Afterwards he's sulking about it, but Megumis peaks up to him, attemping to cheer him up, claiming that those two are super celeberties at the school anyways. When Tomoya describes them both he describes Eriri Spencer Sawamura as a half foreigner grown up in Japan with Japanese Mother and British father, acts as a noble lady and is very popular at school, but her true nature is violent and emotional, and he describes Utaha Kasumigaoka as an unpperclass woman, a senior to him, officially a bishoujo who has little facial expressions, but a very high degree of sharp tongues. Before Megumi leaves Tomoya laments his intention of actually making her the main heroine of his Galge, describing her as a "trivial girl."