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  1. The story that I am writing is about an attempt by the player character’s friend Prudence to gain help with a problem. During their discussion about her problem, the player character and Prudence meet Oan Sung (the one who tells the player character almost as soon as they first meet that yes, she is from a distant land and that the player character can now tell everyone this, but that she does not like talking about this). I am thinking of writing an outcome in which, if a player character has a reputation as a flirter (which can be chosen during Academagia’s character creation process), and has affection with one of the Asian-looking students (i.e., Sima Vensico or Miya Hikari), and became a friend to Oan, Prudence, once the two of them are alone, asks him whether becoming a friend with the person whom they just met allowed the player character to develop a strong relationship with his crush rather than seeing her purely as exotic. Within the story that I am writing, this comment as presented as a very foolish remark that horrifies the player character, who condemns Prudence for such stereotyping/homogenization and asserts that in some ways, Prudence may seem exotic to others and says that his relationship with students is based upon their personalities, not their appearances. Then Prudence says that she was trying and failing to use a type of logical analysis that she learned in class and apologizes for her remark. I am worried that this treatment of racial exotification/homogenization is insensitive and might not be permitted within Academagia Y2. Any thoughts?
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