Maybe you've already received a request to do this, or maybe your not interested in doing it, but could we have an epilogue to the "Saitou breaks Chizuru's Heart Unintentionally" Text AU Series where Saitou comforts Chizuru/ tells her the truth :3
Thank you for sending the request! I’m currently on Saitō’s route in Kyoto Winds (and enjoying the extra scenes and the new dialogue and ignoring some of the stranger attempts at “modern” English), so a little happy Saitō -Chizuru is in order.
The infamous Saitou breaks Chizuru’s heart text is HERE for handy reference.
Out Up is Hard to Do
Dear Yukimura, I hope you will give me a chance to talk to you and explain certain matters.
Maybe not exactly explain but I have reconsidered and I was mistaken not to acknowledge your very kind gesture. [Note: Chizuru might find it strange that it took him all of 4 minutes to “reconsider” after sending such an awful text, but she is a girl in love or at least in very strong like]
I apologize deeply for my harsh words and I want to tell you in person that they do not reflect how I really
feel about you… think of youview things. [Note: Ugh, Saitō, come on!] Please allow me to speak with you. [Note: Better. Begging always helps in these situations.]
[Several seconds pass; Saitō looks furtively around for Harada-sensei, but the tall, red-haired teacher seems to have left. Saitou remains wary and makes his way toward Chizuru’s most likely location.]
Yukimura, I am just around the corner from you. I am sorry that I upset you. Please allow me to speak with you.
[Note: Okay, sounds slightly stalkerish but points for showing true desire to make amends.]
Saitō isn’t sure how it’s possible, but his phone gives a slightly watery or perhaps tearful *beep*. He reads the screen in some haste.
Saitō-senpai, thank you for your messages. I would have answered sooner but I was so surprised to hear from you that I dropped my phone and it slid under something and it was difficult to get it back because my fingers were wet [with the tears of her despair you monster!].
Knowing Chizuru better than she realizes, Saitō waits a moment and then receives a second, briefer text:
I’m sorry, Saitō-senpai! I mean yes, of course.
Saitō swallowed a moderately-sized lump of anxiety (he had no idea what to say to a girl whom he liked and who had–more or less–confessed her feelings to him right before he made her cry). Suddenly, being smacked on the head by Harada-sensei seemed like a reasonable alternative. Nevertheless, grimly determined to bear the consequences of his actions, he peered around the corner, self-consciously straightened his jacket sleeves, and then walked over to sit in front of Chizuru. The tiniest noise from the direction of a nearby classroom made him glance over quickly to see a large hand–most likely attached to the long arm of a certain red-haired teacher–waving a thumbs-up sign in the air. He started to sweat.
Saitō-senpai,” Chizuru told him earnestly, not meeting his eyes (which was just as well since Saitou was still registering the unwelcome presence of the encouraging hand).