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“This is totally the worst… like, we have to be hostile to our own classmates and constantly be on our guard from being attacked by them at the same time.”

“I agree, but since it’s an exam, we don’t have any other choice.”

“Are you really gonna accept it that easily Kiyopon?”

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“Even if we don’t want to, I don’t think we have any other choice.”

After saying ‘how mature’ under her breath, Haruka nodded in agreement, seemingly impressed with my response.

“Oh, by the way, I just noticed a little bit ago, but look at that.”

Haruka pointed behind Keisei and me.

As I looked over my shoulder, I saw the figure of a boy from Class D.

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He was clearly at odds with his surroundings, and he stood out because of it. This was probably why Haruka had noticed him.

“There’s something a bit off with this whole situation, and there’s something unusual going on with Ryūen-kun as well.”

“Hah. He’s nothing but a self-imposed king who put on airs before being exposed and stripped of everything he had.”

Keisei’s tone was so cold, it made me wonder if it was because he had a particular hatred for people like Ryūen.

Though, it was a natural consequence, considering the strategies Ryūen had used and the poor attitude he’s had when interacting with the other classes.

Of course, there was no way Ryūen would be feeling remorseful about his current situation, nor would he be feeling worried.

“But, this exam is going to be pretty demanding for Ryūen-kun, right? Or is that not the case?”

Keisei nodded in response to Haruka’s doubt-filled questions.

“I think demanding is an understatement. Wouldn’t it be more accurate to call it hopeless? He had been doing whatever he wanted for so long that there’s no way he’ll be able to avoid amassing censure votes.”

Akito nodded as well, sharing Keisei’s opinion. Haruka spoke up, adding onto Keisei’s point.