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Diaries of a Drunk Sengoku General is an extra chapter, 28.1 of Taamo's Taiyou no Ie.
|Diaries of a Drunk Sengoku General|
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SummaryEditDuring Daiki's and Mao's break from their busy work at Warring States Bar, they both take a drink so they can go back to work. However, they accidently drinks sake (alcohol) and Daiki complains why cliche things happen to him. He asks where Mao got it, and replies that she got it on the table near by thinking it was water. Then he replies that she should have checked, in a drunk voice. Although Daiki is drunk, Mao feels normal. Hiro and Fujita enter (and congratulates Dessert on their 15th anniversary) and they greet them. Hiro notices the alcohol smell on them and Mao explains the situation, as well as how drunk Daiki is. The drunk Daiki hugs Mao, and Hiro gets jealous and tries to force him off. Daiki wouldn't, saying that Mao is cute. Mao gives him chonmame and says it cute too, and Mao explains that he has gotten the "cutesy cute syndrome". Daiki denies that and says that Hiro isn't cute at all. Daiki goes back to hugging Mao, who realizes that Hiro is in a bad mood. She then realizes that he might be jeolus. Therefore, she hugs Daiki back and notices that its true, while Daiki gets embarrased. Fujita interfers, and advertises the Drama CD explaining the Drama CD bonus illustration when Daiki recovers from his drunken mode and realizes that Hiro and Fujita are here and greets them, forgetting what he had done.
Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit
Mao: What is this?
Daiki: It's sake! Why do cliche things keep happening to me!?
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