oes it, it means there’s a good reason to do so.

“I’ve got a little too much to remember, and I need the calories to force myself to cram it in.
Do you mind if I hole up in here for the rest of the day?”

“I don’t mind that, but you’re surprisingly pretty motivated.
I thought Nana wasn’t too keen on the convention itself.”

Frankly, I am surprised.
That was my real feeling.

Because the game tournament itself is something that Nana does not look forward to.

To begin with, there are three main reasons for gamers to participate in-game tournaments.

One is Money, which means they either aim for prize money, prizes from sponsors, or in some cases, having an illustration of the team’s image drawn on a power chart.

The second is Honor.
If you manage to win a tournament, maybe runner-up, in the WGCS class tournament scale, that is an achievement to be proud of.

The third is Connection, by practising with a comrade in arms, making memories, and simply enjoying the same game together.

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And these three elements hold little value to Nana.

It should go without saying that Nana has no desire for material things.
Nana does not need money, except for the bare necessities of life.

As for Honor? Nana’s desire for recognition is extremely distorted, and she is not interested in what strangers think of her.

Nana’s desire for it is limited to [I would be happy if Rin-chan praised me].
And she will not get depressed because I did not.

She only responds with indifferent reactions despite the fact that she is usually told [You’re amazing!] by viewers because she does not do what she does, hoping for any kind for any form of praise.

And the same goes for [Connnection].
Nana is not the type to go out of her way to expand the scope of her connection.

Nana’s extraordinary ability attracts people.

Like Haruru, Arthur, and other NPCs, many people are mesmerized by Nana’s existence.
That’s how her connection expands in WLO.

And it’s the same case in reality, as far as I can see from her friendship with Sakura, she would generally have had a good friendship with the people she works with.

As long as they are not treated her with blatant malice, Nana basically does not reject them.
And because she accepts their tastes and preferences in a positive way, they are feels at comfort with her.

However, Nana never “voluntarily” extends the scope of her connection.

Unless she has to go to meet someone for a quest or an errand, she will never go to meet a stranger on her own.

When it comes to extending her friendship, Nana is always the passive one.

The reason is simple: she is not interested.

You can say Nana’s participation in this tournament was only because it was a [request] from me.

I thought that her motivation would be much lower compared to WLO, where she could test her limits and live freely.
Maybe something has tugged at Nana’s heartstrings.

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“Let’s see, about three hours ago.
There was one video that caught my attention.”

“A video that interests you?”

Maybe an overseas player.
There was no play-by-play, no commentary, just a video of her playing.”

Nana’s comment made me pull back the threads of my own memory.

It took me a little while to remember because I was a little distracted.

“The video that was playing on that screen, right?”

“Oh, yes.
You remember it well.”

“Unedited videos are a rarity nowadays.
So what about it?”

The video that caught Nana’s attention was certainly impressive for its unedited content, which seems to go against the times, but for better or worse, there seemed to be nothing else about it that caught my attention.

Despite my impression, Nana was shaking her body in a good mood.

I wondered what had motivated her so much.

“I knew at first glance, that player, probably of my kind.”

Nana looked a little pleased as I tilted my head.



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