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HetaOni: Time Marches On

By Alice Mariah Virginia Rose

Mystery / Horror


I just want to write up a quick thank you to everyone who helped me find the answers this game is in so desperate need of solutions for. I worked tirelessly for five weeks writing up the outline, and then revising the outline. 

I’m not the creator of HetaOni . HetaOni is a fan-made game created by Tomoyoshi, which was later adapted into a english version by Pianodream and Neokyno. This is merely a fan-ending. I want to point out that just like anyone, I have my own bias (even if I tried to remain as neutral as I could) and no matter what I do, it would never be quite the same as the creator. So keep in mind that this is how I see the game ending. Also! If you feel I've missed something, or something something doesn't quite make sense somewhere, please tell me. I will in turn do my best to correct this. thank you all.

Because of the large size of chapters I will break them apart into "parts" like you see in the game plays. HetaOni cut us off at chapter 17 part 1/2 so I'll continue from there. Although my chapters will have more parts after that. I've decided the best way to go about uploading these chapters would be by chapter. 

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