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THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« on: April 03, 2011, 08:45:24 am »
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Re: THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2011, 08:45:54 am »
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« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2011, 08:46:05 am »
Miki:
(Thank you, KirbySim!)
-Prior to beating RK, Miki's actions reveal that she has great respect for Ritsuko, and that she's actually a super earnest girl (despite appearing to be ever so lazy and always lacking sleep). She's been staying in the office till late to read all the latest music magazines to keep abreast of the industry and rivals units. Beating a strong rival like RK is her goal in being an idol. When you ask Miki what happens when Miki finally beats RK at a Fes, she says that she's never thought about it (you get to suggest here if she should retire, find a boyfriend, or... something else).

-After beating RK, Azusa (I think) commends Miki for working hard and being such a great leader, and mentions that she's always looked up to Ritsuko in that respect. Ritsuko was hearing about this for the first time, and Miki goes on to say that she was disappointed when Ritsuko didn't pick her to be a member of RK.

To that, Ritsuko responds that even though she's always recognised Miki's incredible latent abilities, she ultimately decided not to include Miki in RK because Miki appeared to never have taken her career as an idol seriously. This has now turned out to be a mistake that led to RK's defeat; but Ritsuko's happy to admit that.

-Week 21, you suddenly get called on your off day to go with Miki to some last-minute concert at a theme park where she'll perform the whole day. You told her to meet at 10.

On the day itself, Miki shows up late, and you wonder if she's confused about the time ("maybe she thought it's 10PM"). Just as you muttered that, Miki shows up with an -___- expression on her face. "Producer, as klutzy as I may sometimes be, there's no way I'd confuse a 10AM meeting time for 10PM, especially not on my last day of work!" You ask her what she means by "last day of work", but she dodges the question.

After the day's activities, she explains to you that today's her last performance as an idol, and that she's resigned from 765Pro. President Takagi and Kotori knows about it; which is why you guys are here on an off day for one last performance. You ask Miki why she's quitting. She has no good reason to quit. But she also has no good reason to carry on, now that she's met her goal of being an idol - beat RK. You try and dissuade her by asking her if she's really okay with leaving the unit like that; heck, the whole unit might get disbanded just like that, but it doesn't work. She says that she's given some thought to what she wants to do next, after beating RK, and her reply is something like "to find love" or something like that (I can't remember).

... A little vague on the details, but in the end Miki asks if you will still like her if she stops being an idol and just sleeps and *something else* everyday. Producer says "of course, I like you regardless of if you're an idol too, or if you just rest and *something else* everyday". Miki thinks for a bit at this point. "So if I just sleep everyday, *something else* everyday, and still carry on being an idol everyday, does that mean you will like Miki three times as much?"

I forgot what the Producer said in response to that ridiculous statement, but Miki tops herself by going "okay! Then it's decided, I will resign from resigning/quit quitting! (In other words she'll continue to be an idol)"

-After that event, there were a number of story events where basically Miki hints that you're not her bitch boyfriend. She calls you Honey all the time, and sometimes does lovey-dovey things like ask you out to accompany her on a date. Because you're afraid Miki will quit if you choose to not go along with it, you decide to play along.

-Week 53, just before you take on Jupiter, Miki takes you to the theme park at night. It's the same theme park where Miki told you she was gonna resign, but then decided to resign from resigning. She gives the signal to Azusa and Ritsuko, and all the lights in the theme park come on. It's super romantic, and Miki reveals that after beating RK, her new goal was basically to woo you... for reasons I don't quite remember.

Also, Ritsuko says that even though she had to pull a few strings to book the theme park at night and stuff, all the costs for booking and everything you will have to bear.

-Ending: Miki realises that recently she's been feeling nervous everytime she goes on stage (this realisation is actually depicted in an earlier communication event; I can't remember when, but basically you explain that the nervousness is probably due to her excitement to go on stage and give a good performance), and that she feels the best when she's giving her best performance to her fans. So she decides to carry on being an idol, even though you've just come from owning the Idol Academy awards.

Then there's talk about you leaving for Hollywood. She asks if you can take her there, as your wife or girlfriend or something. You tell her that you can't, since it's supposed to be something like an apprenticeship, and all the expenses are paid for by IAU. They can't possibly pay for Miki to be there and stuff.

In the end she sort of agrees to behave, and suggests something akin to a long-distance relationship with trips to visit you as often as she can (I think, a little fuzzy on the details).

-True Ending, right after seeing you off at the airport, as the three girls look up at the plane you're on, Miki makes a cryptic statement ("Okay, now it's time to go make my arrangements...") before walking off.

Credits play.

After the credits end, you arrive in Hollywood, and take a good look around. You think to yourself: "now that I'm in the US, I wonder how it's like... probably wouldn't be weird to run into a blonde here, huh? Oh, in fact there's a blondie right over there! Ah... she reminds me of Miki."

As you approach the blonde, she turns around and, lo and behold, it's actually Miki!

Miki explains that right after you left for Hollywood, she took the next flight out, and somehow made it to the airport before your flight arrived. She had been looking all over for you, but as it turns out your flight landed later than hers.

She tells you to go to a furniture shop with her so that you can start picking out pieces for where the both of you will be living together... forcibly.

In the end, since Miki's here, you decided that you might as well produce her as an idol here while you're learning the ropes to Hollywood.

The End.

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Re: THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2011, 08:47:55 am »
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Re: THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« Reply #4 on: April 03, 2011, 08:48:50 am »
Chihaya:
(Thank you, KirbySim!)

Basically throughout the game Chihaya gets sick a lot. Which conflicts against her policy to work the hardest, go through the most difficult trials, and emerge as a true songstress. This is no love story - at least, not initially. For about 3/4 of the game Chihaya doesn't ever want to rely on you, her producer, if possible. And all your advances get rejected without even a sign of embarrassment.

In the first story event, she's troubled and comes to you for advice because her voice condition hasn't been very good lately. Then at about week 20+, she falls ill and has a fever and you go to attend to her. This is when you learn about her younger brother, who passed away 9 years ago due to an accident, for the very first time. There's also mention that her parents are divorced because of this, but for the rest of the game you don't hear about The Parents, at all.

When your unit gets nominated for the IA grand prix, Boss Takagi reminds you that this means you'll be shipped off to Hollywood at the end of the year. You catch Chihaya eavesdropping as you leave for the day, and she runs away from you. When you finally catch up with her, you find out that she's suddenly lost her voice, and so you take her to the hospital. Chihaya gets patched up and the doctor says that this incident was probably due to a mental trigger - like too much stress or shock, etc. You suspect it's due to the news of you leaving for Hollywood. But before you can mention it, Chihaya says that she's really been working too much lately and that's probably why she lost her voice. You suggest that she should have told you earlier about this; she didn't want to rely on her producer, so she kept the overworking a secret from you. The two of you make a promise: no more secrets.

Week 40+, she takes you to her brother's tombstone and shares with you more about her past. She tells you that losing her voice that night was not the first time; it's the second. The first was when her brother passed away. More talking ensues, before she makes a really weird request: that the next time she loses her voice, you have to come running and stand by her (or something like that). You answer that it's your job as producer but you'll be leaving for Hollywood soon, so you may not be able to uphold the promise. Before the conversation takes a turn for the worse, birds called "Tsubame" start swarming the place, and you suggest that these birds carry the spirit of Chihaya's deceased brother, and they're here to tell Chihaya that she's worrying too much. One Tsubame lands on your shoulder. Amused, Chihaya tells you not to move as she gets close and pets the Tsubame. She comments that the Tsubame likes her better than the producer.

Finally, the night before your Fes with Jupiter, Chihaya suddenly has a high fever again. You take her to the hospital, and the doctor accidentally let it slip that her condition has "taken a turn for the worse". You ask him what the heck he's talking about, and the doc reveals that Chihaya has had an inflamed voice-box/throat the whole time, which is the cause of all the fevers and the loss of voice. All the constant singing Chihaya has been doing since small has taken a toll on her health. The doc says that she will not be able to sing anymore; even speaking might be hard as it will hurt.

Appalled, you give Chihaya a lashing for keeping it a secret despite promising no more secrets. Chihaya begins to apologise, and that's when you have a flashback of pretty much all her story events - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic style. From the time she consulted you on her poor voice condition, when she had a fever, when she lost her voice, and when she made that weird request in front of her brother's tombstone. You realise that every single time Chihaya has actually tried to tell you, but you kept steering the conversation towards getting better quick so that you can concentrate on the IA grand prix, indirectly encouraging her. You apologise to Chihaya for not realising earlier, and wants her to just stop right now. But Chihaya begs for you not to stop the unit's production, rationalising that the damage has already been done and one or two more songs (for the Fes) won't really make matters worse. You give in but makes Chihaya promise that the moment everything's finished she has to go with you to the hospital for a check-up right away.

So then you beat Jupiter and win everything at the IA awards. After all the members in your unit say their thanks and everything, you rendevzous with Chihaya for the visit to the hospital. By the riverside, the two of you have a quiet chat. She's feeling sick, so she lies close next to you - and because it's cold by the riverside and your body heat warms her up. Chihaya realises she will never be able to sing anymore, and she tells you to go to Hollywood (despite not wanting to go). She wants you to spread your wings and fly, in her stead (she compares herself to like a bird without wings). As she once again drills herself mentally that she will never be able to sing again, she gets tired and falls asleep.

You let her rest, and starts thinking about what'll happen to Chihaya now that she can't sing. That's when a Tsubame appears above you, and you hear a voice telling you "hey, big brother! Is it really okay for big sister to not be able to sing anymore?" This goes on for a while, before you finally admits that of course it's not okay! More talking with the unknown, disembodied voice before he goads you to say: "Because I love Chihaya when she sings cheerfully!"

Mysterious voice goes: "If that's the case, then I'll make sure everything will be fine. Take care of big sis, big brother!"

The scene cuts to the hospital. Turns out you took Chihaya there while she's still asleep, and while waiting for the doctor to finish her check-up you fell asleep. It's already the next morning.

As you walk towards the doctor's office, Chihaya suddenly runs out and, while trying her best to contain her shock and disbelief - reveals to you that she's feeling perfectly fine now for some reason. Her throat no longer hurts, and her voice is in perfect condition when she sings. She can't believe this is happening.

The doctor runs out too, and asks you in bewilderment: "just what the heck did you do last night? What did you do to make Chihaya-kun's throat/voice-box completely healed? All signs of strain and illness are gone! Just what did you do? If we figured out what you did then Chihaya-kun's case could be one that will hugely benefit the medical community!"

That's right, folks, a miracle has happened.

And so Chihaya is able to continue her career as an idol with her unit members. They bid farewell to you at the airport.

In the true ending cutscene, you return from Hollywood after one year, and goes to visit the grave of Chihaya's brother. You start talking to yourself (and her brother) about not having been able to take care of Chihaya this past year and other stuff.

Chihaya shows up and is shocked that you arrived back in Japan before your scheduled return. You kept it a secret from Boss Takagi and the rest because you wanted to come to the gravestone first and ask for her brother's permission.

"Permission to do what?" Chihaya asks.

"To take you to Hollywood with me, where all the best talent and learning opportunities are, where you'll have the finest stage to stand on and strive for the highest degree of singing ability." Or something like that.

Blushing ensues.

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Re: THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« Reply #5 on: April 03, 2011, 08:49:21 am »
Takane:
(Thanks, KirbySim!)

Takane offended the president of Emperor Records (henceforth known as Mr Tycoon) because he asked Takane to come closer and let him see her beautiful skin... but due to Takane's inability to understand modern speak (a running theme in Takane's story is that because she's brought up so proper, she does not understand informal speak) and thought Mr Tycoon wanted her to disrobe. Producer got Takane to apologise and managed to salvage the situation, but was asked to leave right away.

In the next story event, Producer spots Takane and secretly tails her into a RESTAURANT (NOT A HOTEL) where Mr Tycoon is seen putting pressure on Takane to "make up her mind soon" by suggesting that maybe he should do something to 765Pro/Producer/the other idols in her unit.

Then there was the story event where Producer is ambushed by an unknown assailant, but saved by a policeman. Producer notices that Takane observed this, but she ran away without saying anything.

*****

Sometime after, Takagi calls and tells Producer that there's a weird rumour that Takane has been seen going in and out of Emperor Records. Also, that 765Pro has been receiving less work, and that there's another rumour about Emperor Records' tycoon putting pressure on people to not work with 765Pro. After he hangs up, Producer stops by Emperor Records and indeed noticed that Takane was there socialising with Mr Tycoon. She did not seem unhappy or forced to at all.

*****

Then one night (on Week 45), Mr Tycoon calls Producer and tells him that Takane has something to say to him at Emperor Records, and that he should come. At this point Producer can choose to call Takane or not, but it doesn't matter because she won't pick up anyway.

At Emperor Records, Takane is nowhere to be seen and Mr Tycoon reveals that he tricked Producer here because he has something to discuss with him. Mr Tycoon attempts to bribe Producer to withdraw from the IA awards because Kuroi asked him to, and offers a large sum of money. Mr Tycoon reveals that he's doing this because Kuroi is a very resourceful fellow that has worked for him in the past, and that this arrangement is beneficial to him too because he wants Takane.

Producer refuses, of course, and calls Mr Tycoon despicable. "So you must have been the one who sent that assassin after me, didn't you?" He says to Mr Tycoon. At this point the latter was confused and surprised, and says that he doesn't know what Producer's talking about; that he's not the type of boorish person who would resort to this sort of inelegant method.

Lights go out, Takane suddenly appears (explaining that she had an illboding premonition that something bad might be happening to Producer; again this is one of the main recurring themes in Takane's story) and reveals what she has been hiding from Producer all along.

The first time Takane went to secretly meet Mr Tycoon to make her apologies, she was proposed to by Mr Tycoon. She could not decide right away, so she asked to take a raincheck on this; and has since been meeting Mr Tycoon regularly.

NOTE: This was not a deal/blackmail or whatever. It was an unconditional proposal, that Takane was seriously considering, because she doesn't know what to do with her life, and she basically wants to go wherever she's needed - even if it means being the wife of an extremely rich tycoon. Quite normal for a lot of beautiful girls.

She could not think of a good reason to reject, and since then she has been troubled because she doesn't know if she wants to accept the proposal or not; and troubled because she could not give a firm reply to Mr Tycoon. It's not that she is forced NOT to reject; but she doesn't know if she wants to accept the proposal or not. She's indecisive. Only reason she hasn't accepted it is because it would be a drastic change to her life.

But that was before; Takane is now here to finally give a firm reply to Mr Tycoon, because she was deeply impressed by the way Producer handled his acceptance of going to Hollywood. Producer accepted this drastic change so steadfast, and with such optimism. So she decided to make up her mind today.

*Lights come back on, Mr Tycoon sees that Takane is here*

Producer tells Takane and Mr Tycoon that they can't get married because he needs her. He needs her talent after he comes back from Hollywood, so that he can present Takane's song and dance to not just the whole of Japan, but to fans everywhere in the world.

And this triggers Takane's need to be needed. So with that she firmly rejects Mr Tycoon's proposal.

Mr Tycoon is disappointed at the turn of events, and tells Producer that if he really needs Takane's talent so much, that he can really do what he says he can, then winning the IA Grand Prix should be a clinch, right? Producer replies yes.

So Mr Tycoon makes a suggestion: how about, if Takane's idol unit doesn't win the IA unit - which would mean the Producer can't possibly need Takane that much and should move on to producing someone else - then Takane accept Mr Tycoon's proposal?

Without hesitation, Takane took up that suggestion and made the promise. Producer was shocked, and told her that she doesn't need to make that promise. But Takane says that she wants to, because this is the first time in her life she's the master of her own fate, deciding things on her own.

*****

After winning the IA Grand Prix, Mr Tycoon wishes Producer all the best after seeing Takane perform for the first time ever (he was really impressed and it reminded him of his younger producing days), and that he still wants Takane but will wait till Producer is done with producing her before he whisks her away... which Mr Tycoon says should be about in 100 years' time (basically this is his way of saying he'll let Producer and Takane do whatever they want).

Mr Tycoon leaves, Takane shows up, there was some talk but I can't remember... anyway the mysterious assailant shows up and tries to attack Takane. But Takane strikes him down, and says something about her not being her sister or something (can't remember).

Producer then realises that the assailant's true target is Takane, and asks her what is going on. Takane asks Producer if he's more interested in his past or future. Producer replies future. So Takane says she will continue being an idol because her fans need her; as for the mysterious assailant thing, she tells Producer not to worry because it's a personal problem (it's never revealed WTF is going on with this assassin bullshit).

In the True End, fast-forward to one year later when the Producer returns from Hollywood. Although he's been keeping an eye on the J-pop scene he has never seen [insert the name you gave Takane's idol unit] on the charts. At this point the radio station in the airport started playing a song by Silver Queen, a unit that has stayed on top for 30 weeks.

Takane shows up and greets Producer... even though the Producer kept the date of his return secret to everybody, including 765Pro and Kotori... so how the heck did Takane know he would be returning today? Takane says that she remembered Producer would be back in roughly a year, and so she's been coming to the airport pretty much everyday in anticipation.

Producer was shocked and tells her that if she comes here everyday, then obviously she wouldn't have time to tend to her idol duties and rank in.

Mr Tycoon shows up and tells Producer about Silver Queen, Takane's idol unit that she SELF-PRODUCED. Thanks to Takane's good work, she has really helped out Emperor Records. Mr Tycoon and Takane had a deal - something about Takane's CDs being exclusively sold in Emperor Records, in exchange for a chauffeured trip to the airport everyday.

Producer was shocked that Takane was so capable... 30 weeks as number 1. Takane laughs and says that it's nothing compared to what the Producer can probably achieve when [insert name you gave Takane's unit] is back together... like 100 weeks as number one in all the music ranking charts over the world or something. The Producer says he doesn't know about that but he will try his best and want to be with Takane in whichever region she wants to be produced at.

"Wherever? Then let's go and dominate the music sales charts on... the moon!" Takane says jokingly.
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Re: THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« Reply #6 on: April 03, 2011, 08:50:30 am »
Yukiho:
(Thank you, BT2!)

You meet up with Yukiho who's feeling unsure about being chosen as leader and it turns out she's been doing some extra training in secret so she won't drag the other members down.

After beating RK you'll get the usual RK talk and Yukiho sees an unfamiliar guy and she runs off to the background :|
The evil Touma appears talking about the usual true strength is everything and getting along is pointless and makes Yukiho cry.

That evening you can't get in contact with Yukiho because you're worried about what happened earlier and aren't sure what would be best for Yukiho. You acquire some bgm and think it's a nice song and remembered that Yukiho likes to write poems.
You get a call from Yukiho and hear she's in front of the office and wants to talk to you.
You tell Yukiho you found an awesome song and want her to use it, but because of an earlier event Yukiho sort of snaps.
She angrily yells that even though she won earlier she wasn't happy at all because of a something a certain stranger said and that she's sick of everything.
Even though she's trying her hardest all the time she thinks that it's pointless and doesn't want to be the leader anymore, she runs off crying, calling herself useless.

P chases her and finds her.
He apologises to her and tells her, just like the kanji in her name means snow and step, that it's alright for her to take it slowly, just like walking on snow one step at a time and tells her he'll be there for her.
Yukiho cries and tells P she's sorry for what she said earlier.
Yukiho decides that she wants to be able to put her thoughts into words and that she'll work hard because she wants to change.


The day after you learn that your unit is nominated for the IA and you got reminded of the trip to Hollywood, you meet Yukiho in a bookshop and she wonders if it's destiny how the two met there.
She's looking for books on how to write lyrics so that she can study putting her thoughts into words but she hasn't progressed too far yet and asks producer for more time.
Producer wonders how long he'll still be there next to her.
Yukiho invites P on a date, but flusterdly says its lyrics training after P hears and repeats the word "date".
The next day the two go to various places doing various date-like stuff but P's being absentminded the whole time because he’s wondering what will happen to Yukiho if he left.
The two get near a construction site and Yukiho remembers that her father and his men's in charge of it and told P that he's a scary person.
If he ever sees Yukiho near a man on a day off he'll probably do frightful stuff to the guy...
Yukiho says she can't go into detail and wants to quickly leave the place but producer wants to greet her dad.
Yukiho doesn't think her father'll forgive her for being near a man but Producer doesn't want her to run away. Not now, not at the IA.
Yukiho already decided she doesn’t want to run away anymore and she fiercely decided she'll introduce P to her father.

It turned into dusk..
It turned into night..

P is still tired with his talk with Yukiho's father because Yukiho introduced him as "This person is a very important person to me"..
The misunderstanding got cleared up and Yukiho’s dad entrusted her to P.

Yukiho noticed that P was acting weird all day and wondered if P didn't like being with her but P tells her it's because he feels insecure on what to say to her but decided he'll tell it to the unit at a later time..
P noticed that today looked just like a regular date and how they didn't seem to have done something useful but Yukiho tells him she already thought up a theme earlier, thinking it was destiny.
P wonders what she meant and she runs off saying that today's a secret to the others.


The next week after Jupiter gets announced you meet up with Kuroi.
He spouts his usual stuff about true strength and potential thing and mentions that your leader Hagiwara Yukiho is afraid of men and won't be able to use her full strength neways.
*Insert the usual pep talk here*
“While it’s true I'm afraid of men, I'm not afraid of all men. The one I love is also..”
She says she'll be fine as long as P's near her and mentions that she'll be fine if she keeps the walking slowly on snow thing in her mind.

P feels saddened by his Hollywood secret

*insert the usual sad stuff*

Yukiho feels saddened and isn't sure if she's alright but she stays strong because she already decided something earlier..


W45
Yukiho invites you to do some more secret training at an amusement park. P thinks Yukiho was acting weird.
P wonders what makes it a secret training and Yukiho tells him she's collecting material.

P still thinks Yukiho’s acting weird; she's smiling all the time and sounds somewhat forced.
Though Yukiho said she had fun that day, P isn’t sure about that, he mentions that Yukiho didn't even smile wholeheartedly once.
Yukiho knew that P would find that out. She tells that today isn’t training because she sort of gave up writing lyrics; there's no reason for her to work hard to continue writing if the person she wants to hear the song isn't there anymore.
Saddened, she thinks it wouldve been better if they didnt met at the bookstore before if she knew this; while she was thinking of the theme “Me and Producer” Producer popped up in the bookstore and she believed it was destiny.
Yukiho can’t keep up with her façade anymore; she actually doesn’t want P to leave.
P tells her he’s sorry and that its okay for her to cry.
Yukiho says she wanted to hear those words, even though she still hasn’t found out what she'll want do until the day they part, she intends to find it out.


W53, the week before the showdown with Jupiter.
Yukiho was waiting for P and brings him to a concert hall owned by the Hagiwara group.
Yukiho intends to hold a live because it seems she's found out what her thoughts were and what she CAN do, Yukiho wants to learn to like herself! Up untill now she only worked hard because she thought she would bring the others down or because they'll leave her but now she wants to work hard to obtain what she wants.
P tells her that she should sing her new song after they beat Jupiter.
That’ll be the first step of the new Yukiho  towards a a new first stage.


After beating Jupiter and winning the IA, Yukiho sings her new original song [First Step] but stops halfway. 0:00-1:53'ish
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-MVu7rOCws
It seems she’ll sing the 2nd part when P’s back from Hollywood.
Blushing, Yukiho says she has a secret she’ll tell P when he gets back.



One year passes and P returns.   
He wants to return to everyone asap when suddenly he hears a familiar song but...

Enter a new, more confident sounding Yukiho.
After a pointless conversation Yukiho wants to sing the 2nd part of the song but it seems P just heard it on the radio..
It seems whenever Yukiho felt lonely she sang her song to herself but takagi overheard it and said she should use it.

When Yukiho asked P what he thinks her secret was P jokingly answers “Is it I love you or something? Just kidding.”

Yukiho tells him that’s no secret and there’s no point hiding something like that.
P’s thoughts go like: <does that mean she…>

It seems her secret was that the song wasn’t finished yet back then but she wanted p to have something to make think back of her.

[First Step 2nd part] 1:53-5:23
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-MVu7rOCws&t=1m53s

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Re: THE iDOLM@STER 2 True Endings [Spoiler Alert!!]
« Reply #7 on: April 03, 2011, 08:51:09 am »
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« Reply #8 on: April 03, 2011, 08:52:00 am »
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