The Let's Play Archive

Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward

by Fedule

Part 154: [continued]

VLR OST: [Eeriness]

Listen in: [English/Japanese]

Quark had nothing to do with this. I made the vote.


All right, fine!
Why'd you break your promise, Tenmyouji!?

I only promised you one thing:
We wouldn't open the number nine door even if we got 9 points.

...What?'re not going to leave?

Not what I said.
Of course we're going to leave.


See Clover over there?


VLR OST: [Consternation]


That bitch!

Wait, Quark and Tenmyouji have—

The words were barely out of her mouth when Tenmyouji and Quark ran past.

No! Goddamnit!

Are you really going to leave...?

But why?

I'm going to go call the others...
So we can capture Zero Sr.

Yeah. Sorry about that.

Sorry everybody.


So, Sigma... Happy?
I kept my promise.
Clover opened the door, not me.

Like hell I'm happy!
That's some shady shit, Tenmyouji!

If you say so.
I have to get out of here, and that's that.
He's gotta pay for what he's done.



You mean you know who Zero Sr. is?!

Yeah. No point keeping it a secret now, I suppose.


The number nine door has been opened.
It will remain open for 9 seconds.


[Music fades out]

Oh! Wait!
This is for you, Mr. Sigma!

Quark held something out.
I looked down to see two pieces of folded paper.

What is this...?

It's a letter.
I wrote it in the director's office before the AB Game.


I wanted to tell you what kind of guy Grandpa is...

So... Read it, okay?

He pressed it into my hand.

See you later, Mr. Sigma.

Then he turned and ran toward the door, Tenmyouji and Clover following in his footsteps.

I was so surprised by the letter that I didn't even try to stop them. Before I could think of anything to say...

See you.


The number nine door has closed.
This ends the Nonary Game.
Thank you for your participation.
As the game is over, all doors other than the number nine door have been unlocked.
Escape is not possible.
Please enjoy your stay.


All we can do now is hope they bring help back.


I agree.


I looked down at Quark's letter, and slowly unfolded it.

His handwriting was still slightly uneven, but he'd filled both pages with writing. I began to read.