A story of love and friendship, and about understanding not just how to be happy, but how to be human.
Born as a fox in the forest of Korea, Miho carries with her the memory of a traveler who showed her kindness and spoke of home. Now more human than fox, Miho has spent a long, long time searching for her person. She arrives by airship to Wellington Skyport, one of the jewels of the floating island of New Zealand.
Despite her years spent observing humans, she still has a lot to learn about their culture and society. She's made a living so far as a thief, her heightened senses allowing her to easily take advantage of people. She's also seen a lot of the worst of what mankind has to offer.
It's only after meeting Juliet, the owner of a small library, and Aspen, an aspiring novelist, that Miho starts to understand what kindness is, and that there's more than just the bad stuff when it comes to people.
Miho's earliest memories are of her time as a fox, and the kind human she met back then. Now more than just a fox, she's spent her life searching for that person. Her journey has brought her to a new life in Wellington, New Zealand.
She changes her name every time she goes to a new country. Her previous names include Gumi, Migu, and Hogu.
Aspen is a human girl in love with words and stories. A barista at the Bellhouse Café, she dreams of being a popular author someday. She tries to take a little inspiration from every person that she meets.
She has an hour long phone call with her mom every weekend.
As a vampire, Juliet is one of Wellington's oldest residents. She's made the treasures of her life open to all in the form of a library. Aside from books, she also provides wisdom, kindness, and shelter to those who need it.
She dislikes having to resort to echolocation to find her reading glasses.
- Two heroine routes, with 2 happy endings each
- A gorgeous original soundtrack by Sarah "Esselfortium" Mancuso
- Character designs and CG's by Kobuta, with additional art by minute and adirosa
- Accessibility options for vision and hearing impairment