About six months later, a new device was set into 14-inch-TV in Saori’s room.
Saori told Kyoko that while Kyoko was not at home, a man assisting Isshiki sneaked into Saori’s room and set up the communication device in the TV. He seemed to get in the back yard of the house and through a 180-meter-wide window, which was connected to the main house. Then he got into Saori’s room.
Thus, the main communication device was relocated from Game-B to the TV.
“How do the messages come out on the TV?” asked Kyoko, who didn’t yet know about any online communication without telephones.
“Yeah, they are coming out on the underside. But I can’t tell you anymore,” said Saori.
As days went by, Saori was tending to stay in her room to devote herself to communication with Isshiki and her creative work related to literature club. She was loved by whole family as usual.