was completely unconsciously, or rather even completely reflexive, but if it would make people stop, there wouldn't be any meaning in not doing it.
It wasn’t like he allowed her to be called Princess, but it was better than his nickname for her, which only he used, was spoiled.
Merely thinking about it aggravated him.

He might be narrow-minded, but Yulan's kindness had become completely swayed by Violette from the beginning, and he had no more intention of pressing Gia after such a long time.
Or rather, doing it was futile.

“You wouldn’t have any acquaintances among the third-years… there’s none, huh.”

“At least listen to my answer.
There’s none.”

“There’s no way you’re here when I’m not.”

“Well, yeah.”

Gia wasn’t completely convincing with this deep phrase.
No, he was simply not interested.

Above all, Yulan’s words had been the truth.

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It was easy to get involved with classmates and those in the same year because there are many opportunities to do so, but Gia was only frivolously attending school.

Yulan also had some complicated matters to some extent, but his “reasons” were still visibly smaller than Gia’s.

“I mean, I wonder how many were deceived by your outward appearance.”

“I’m not fooling anyone.
It’s just the other person's misunderstanding.”

“It’s all about how you say it, you know.”

“Isn’t it natural to flatter people to improve their first impression of you?”

“There are several ways to do it.”

The problem was probably that there was none with what he was doing.
It was a waste of energy to tell someone who didn't have any intention of doing it properly.

Rather, it was more important to go back to the previous topic they deviated from.

“Does the third year have any?”

“Because there are exams soon.”

“…Rather, that's why it’s impossible to understand.”

Even Gia obviously knew there were going to be exams soon.
Although he was frivolous and lively, he had a minimum score that a prince should keep, for the time being at least.
How much of that Gia was conscious of was another matter, though.

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The problem was that exam and the relation to him finding a third-year acquaintance.

Gia wore a cryptic expression and looked at Yulan as though he was stupid, but people who would know that were few.

Sighing exasperatedly, Yulan started explaining in a serious voice.

“I’m looking for someone to help Vio-chan with exam questions, but I don’t know anyone suitable.”

Originally, Violette had been the only one Yulan showed his affection for.
Unlike his classmates, he wasn’t a kind person who would humor others.

Violette, who preferred to keep a distance from people, was famous in a different way from how Gia and Yulan were.
She decided whether people were beneficial or an obstacle to her, and was prepared to eliminate anyone at any time.

In other words, all of Yulan’s acquaintances that were seniors were interested in Violette in some ways.
Yulan couldn’t choose to allow such uncertain factors near his precious treasure.

However, that led to the most reliable existences to disappear together.

“…There’s no helping it huh.”



Gia frowned at Yulan muttering and then turning expressionless.
Nonetheless, Gia knew from how long he had known Yulan that he would ignore him completely if he clung to his words.

Besides, he decided himself that he wasn’t the type that was in contact with eight people, fundamentally.
It wouldn't be a problem as long as he didn’t touch the exception.

In the end, all Gia knew was that Yulan became confused after the study session with Violette.

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