|Patrol's Story Stage|
|Stage||AP||Level||Environment||Enemy Armor Type||First Clear Reward||Clear Reward|
Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol
Full Name: シャーレのハッピー♡バレンタインパトロール 狐坂ワカモの沈黙と祝宴
English Name: Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol / Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo
Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol is the 11th event prominently featuring Wakamo, the Fox of Misfortune. Players can recruit an event limited student Fubuki, and collect valentines chocolates from various characters.
Please refer to Happy Schale ♡ Valentine Patrol (Rerun) for details on the rerun version of this event.
|Japanese name||シャーレのハッピー♡バレンタインパトロール 狐坂ワカモの沈黙と祝宴|
|English name||Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol / Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo|
|Event period||01/26/2022 12:00 — 02/09/2022 12:00|
|Reward exchange||01/26/2022 12:00 — 02/16/2022 12:00|
|English name||Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol / Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo|
|Event period||09/06/2022 12:00 — 09/20/2022 12:00|
|Reward exchange||09/06/2022 12:00 — 09/27/2022 12:00|
- During the event period, there will be different banner happening on certain days.
- New event limited character: Fubuki (★)
- Player must have completed Area 2-3 to participate.
This event has a very unique way of progression compared to past events. Simply put, the story progresses to the end by going back and forth between Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol and Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo scenarios.
Initially, you can only select Stage 1 of the Story, as well as Quest and Challenge. These are the Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol event stages. After a certain amount of AP has been spent in these stages, a raid event will occur, and the phase will switch to the Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo scenario. By clearing the Wakamo event stages, the story event will occur, and the Patrol event stage will become available again. The general flow of this event is to spend AP on the Patrol scenario stages, clear Wakamo scenario stage, and repeat this process to read Wakamo's event story.
Stage 2 of the story requires you to finish reading "Decisive Battle (2)", which in turn will only appear after you clear Wakamo event stage enough times and advance through the story. This stage is the epilogue of the cleared Wakamo's event scenario, so you have to go through it first.
Notes: In the JP server, Event Points obtained from the Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo event stage were not included in the Event Points Milestone Rewards during the event period, but are added to the Event Points for Shop Exchange. After the event period is over, the points obtained from the Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo event stage is now included in the Event Points Milestone Rewards. This seems to have been fixed in the Global server.
tldr; There is no need to maximize AP usage on the threshold; simply spend them as usual.
In this event, if you consume a certain amount of AP in Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol event stage, Wakamo's raid event Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo will occur. When the event is changed, you will get an event-specific item Wakamo's Arrest Warrant. If you use this item to intercept and arrest Wakamo, you will receive an event-exclusive item as well as other rewards such as the Character Eleph fragment of Fubuki.
- If the event is changed to Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo, you will not be able to return to the Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol event stage until you have used all the Wakamo's Arrest Warrants in your possession or wait until Wakamo escape 1 hour after the raid event started.
- The character bonus effects will not apply to Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo event stage, so use your best team to complete it.
- The special mechanics of this event. Every time you consume a certain amount of AP in Happy Schale ♡ Valentine patrol event stage, you will get one Wakamo's Arrest Warrant for each AP threshold. Raid event will occur when the total amount of AP spent passes 20/50/100/180/300/540/780/1020, up to 8 times a day. However, if you consume a large amount of AP in a batch via Sweeping, the number of times the raid event will occur on the same day will be less than 8 times. If the raid event occurs for the first time today, players need to manually clear one of the stages once. Then players can sweep with their remaining arrest warrants on the same stage every time the raid event occurs or in a batch if players spend 1020 AP at once.
- For example, if you spend 300 AP to sweep any Patrol event stage, the Silence and feast of Kosaka Wakamo raid event will occur and you will receive 5 Wakamo's Arrest Warrants, players then need to spend all 5 tickets for the raid event to end or wait for the 1 hour timer. The remaining 3 raid events will occur as more stamina is spent.
- For Quest 1 to 7, credits increase are the only changed reward, and only Quest 8 will reward more reports in addition to the credits earned.
Valentine Special Story
In this event, you can schedule a Meetup to your students by using Valentine's Day invitation bought from the exchange shop. By using this, you will be able to view a special Valentine's story and obtain rewards. You can only meetup with students that you already own. Beside your students, you can also meetup with 4 special characters: Arona, Rin, Momoka, and Sora.
For students that have an alternative version, they are considered to be the same students. (i.e. Selecting Azusa or Azusa (Swimsuit) will result in Azusa's Valentine story.)
There is a total of 70 characters (including Chihiro and Sena) that you can hang out with during this event period. 66 of them are students and the other 4 are special characters.
|Valentine Special Story Rewards|
|Character Eleph Fragment||5||Of the invited student.|
|Divine Fragment (Eligma)||15||If you invite Arona, Rin, Momoka, or Sora, you will receive this instead of the specific student's fragments.|
|Valentine Chocolate||1||Collectible item, unique to each student. Refer to Valentine Chocolates for details.|
Fubuki is a limited character players can acquire by participating in the event.
Wakamo is a limited gacha character that can be obtained from the gacha being held during the event period. During this banner, on JP server there was a double 3★ rate up for all permanent characters, going from 2.5% for a 3★ to 5% for a 3★.
Unlike previous events where only specific students with bonus effects could earn additional rewards of event items and event points, in this event, all students will have bonus effect of 10%, whereas the specified characters will have bonus effect of 20% for event-specific items and event points. Maximum bonus is capped at 100%.
|Event Item||Bonus Rate||Students|
|Written Apologies of a Problem Student||20%|
|Seized Illegal Candy||20%|
|Cleanup Day Garbage Bag||20%|
|Patrol's Quest Stage|
|Stage||AP||Level||Environment||Enemy Armor Type||Ooparts Drop||First Clear Reward||Clear Reward||Remark|
|Light||T145%T215%||5010040||2 (2)12 (12)||Missions: Clear in 75s|
|02||Light||T145%T215%||508040||2 (2)10 (10)|
|03||Special||T145%T215%||504080||2 (2)8 (8)|
|04||Heavy||T145%T215%||10020||5 (5)3 (3)|
|Light||T225%T38%||50280||4 (4)24 (24)||Missions: Clear in 75s|
|06||Light||T225%T38%||50240||4 (4)20 (20)|
|08||Heavy||T225%T38%||14040||11 (11)5 (5)|
|Light||T225%T312%T42.1%||50600||6 (6)34 (34)||Missions: Clear in 75s|
|10||Light||T225%T312%T42.1%||50480||6 (6)29 (29)|
|11||Special||T225%T312%T42.1%||50420||6 (6)24 (24)|
|12||Heavy||T225%T312%T42.1%||20080||16 (16)7 (7)|
|Patrol Story Stage|
|Stage||Cost||Level||Environment||Enemy Armor Type||First Clear Reward||Clear Reward|
|Light / Heavy / Special||5||25K11120403530|
|Light / Special||5||50K11120403530|
|Light / Special||5||75K11120403530|
|Heavy / Special||5||125K11120403530|
|Light / Special||5||150K11120403530|
|Light / Special||5||175K11120403530|
|Light / Heavy / Special||5||200K21120403530|
Notes: In the Japanese version of the event, Stage 8 terrain is set to Outdoor when doing the stage, despite the terrain icon on the menu set to Urban. This was fixed in the Global version of the event.
Clearing challenge stage at 3★ will reward another 40 Pyroxene.
|Stage||AP||Level||Environment||Enemy Armor Type||Pyroxene Clear Reward||Remark|
|Light||40||Missions: Clear in 80s|
|Light / Special||40||Missions:
|Light||40||Missions: Clear in 80s|
|Light / Heavy / Special||40||Missions:
|Light||40||Missions: Clear in 80s|
There are several special gimmicks in this challenge stage.
- Plasma Field Generator (Appears in stage 1 and 5)
A blue device that does not move from its location. While it is alive, it greatly increase the defense of enemies within its range.
Therefore, if you want to wipe out enemies with range attacks such as Hibiki's, you must destroy the device first or you will not be able to reduce their health at all.
- Restoration Material Storage Device (Appears in stage 3 and 5)
A green device that does not move from its spot. It doesn't do anything while it's alive, but when it's destroyed, it creates a field with a certain range that recover HP for a certain period of time.
The problem with this is that it heals regardless of enemy or ally, so unlike the Plasma Field Generator, you have to try to avoid getting the device caught in your attack range as much as possible to avoid destroying it first.
However, this has the advantage of eliminating the need for allies to heal, so if you want to reduce the number seconds it takes to clear the stage, you might want to use it to your advantage.
There is also an enemy unit with a special skill
- Students of the Valkyrie Police Academy (AR)
At first glance, they look like an ordinary enemy, but their skills will spawn 4 drones around allies.
The problem with this is that your allies' attacks will be directed at the drones, and while it's already hard to destroy due to the above gimmick, the shaving enemy health by normal attacks is also taken by the drones.
After the Plasma Field Generator, this is probably the second enemy you should be prioritize defeating.
Event Stage Map Guide
There are two ways to clears challenge 02 by either going straight to the boss or clearing all enemy within the stage:
- All enemy (S rank) Video guide
- Mystic team at left (Team A), Explosive/Boss team at right (Team B).
- Turn 1: Team A move up to 1 first, then Team B move up to 1.
- Turn 2: Team A move up again, then Team B move up toward the Light enemy.
- Turn 3: Team A move up again, then Team B switch with Team A and move up.
- Turn 4: Team A move to right, then Team B move to the Light Enemy.
- Turn 5: Team B move to 2, then Team B will get sent to the start position on the right, move Team B toward the Special enemy and end turn.
- Boss rush Video guide
- Dummy team at left (Team A), Explosive/Boss team at right (Team B).
- Turn 1: Team A move up to 1 first, then Team B move up to 1. End turn. Team A withdraw when attacked.
- From next turn onward, just keep moving up to the boss and that's it.
Top left enemy is mixed with Special and Light armor, Middle enemy are all Heavy armor, Bottom enemy is mixed with all 3 type of armor.
- Left team recommend to mix Mystic and Explosive unit (Team A), all Penetration unit for middle/boss team (Team B), (Team C) right team recommend to mix with all type of attack (Hibiki alone is enough for Light armor enemy, also use your strongest single-target Mystic attacker here).
- Turn 1: Team A move to 1, Team B move to 1, Team C move forward.
- Turn 2: Team A standby, Team C move to 2, Team B move to 2.
- Turn 3: Team A and C standby, Team B move forward.
|Novice Activity Report||1||400||400|
|Normal Activity Report||10||200||2000|
|Advanced Activity Report||40||100||4000|
|Superior Activity Report||200||20||4000|
|Beginner Tech Notes Choice Ticket||8||50||400|
|Normal Tech Notes Choice Ticket||14||35||490|
|Advanced Tech Notes Choice Ticket||29||25||725|
|Superior Tech Notes Choice Ticket||72||10||720|
|Beginner Tech Notes (Hyakkiyako)||7||50||350|
|Normal Tech Notes (Hyakkiyako)||12||35||420|
|Advanced Tech Notes (Hyakkiyako)||24||25||600|
|Superior Tech Notes (Hyakkiyako)||60||10||600|
|Beginner Tech Notes (Valkyrie)||7||50||350|
|Normal Tech Notes (Valkyrie)||12||35||420|
|Advanced Tech Notes (Valkyrie)||24||25||600|
|Superior Tech Notes (Valkyrie)||60||10||600|
|Seized Illegal Candy||5||Infinite||---|
|Lesser Enhancement Stone||1||200||200|
|Normal Enhancement Stone||4||50||200|
|Advanced Enhancement Stone||16||15||240|
|Superior Enhancement Stone||64||3||192|
|Beginner Tactical Training Blu-ray Choice Ticket||25||40||1000|
|Normal Tactical Training Blu-ray Choice Ticket||50||30||1500|
|Advanced Tactical Training Blu-ray Choice Ticket||120||25||3000|
|Superior Tactical Training Blu-ray Choice Ticket||240||8||1920|
|Beginner Tactical Training Blu-ray (Hyakkiyako)||20||20||400|
|Normal Tactical Training Blu-ray (Hyakkiyako)||40||15||600|
|Advanced Tactical Training Blu-ray (Hyakkiyako)||100||12||1200|
|Superior Tactical Training Blu-ray (Hyakkiyako)||200||4||800|
|Beginner Tactical Training Blu-ray (Valkyrie)||20||20||400|
|Normal Tactical Training Blu-ray (Valkyrie)||40||15||600|
|Advanced Tactical Training Blu-ray (Valkyrie)||100||12||1200|
|Superior Tactical Training Blu-ray (Valkyrie)||200||4||800|
|Colorful Multi-Screen TV||1500||1||1500|
|Cleanup Day Garbage Bag||5||Infinite||---|
|Rusty Firing Pin||5||100||500|
|Intact Firing Pin||25||40||1000|
|Chromium Firing Pin||100||20||2000|
|Titanium Firing Pin||500||5||2500|
|Artifact Choice Ticket 1||4||150||600|
|Artifact Choice Ticket 2||12||60||720|
|Artifact Choice Ticket 3||30||30||900|
|Artifact Choice Ticket 4||60||15||900|
|Ancient Battery Fragment||3||75||225|
|Damaged Ancient Battery||10||30||300|
|Depleted Ancient Battery||25||12||300|
|Intact Ancient Battery||50||8||400|
|Voynich Manuscript Page||3||75||225|
|Damaged Voynich Manuscript||10||30||300|
|Annotated Voynich Manuscript||25||12||300|
|Intact Voynich Manuscript||50||8||400|
|Valentine Cookie Sofa||2000||1||2000|
|Valentine's Day invitation||750||Infinite||52,500 (70)|
|If you have all the characters, you will need 70 to see them all|
|01||Clear Quest 1 of the event within 75 seconds
|02||Clear Quest 2 of the event within 75 seconds
|03||Clear Quest 3 of the event within 75 seconds
|04||Clear Quest 4 of the event within 75 seconds
|05||Clear Quest 5 of the event within 75 seconds
|06||Clear Quest 6 of the event within 75 seconds
|07||Clear Quest 7 of the event within 75 seconds
|08||Clear Quest 8 of the event within 75 seconds
|09||Clear Quest 9 of the event within 75 seconds
|10||Clear Quest 10 of the event within 75 seconds
|11||Clear Quest 11 of the event within 75 seconds
|12||Clear Quest 12 of the event within 75 seconds
|13||Clear Challenge 01 of the event within 80 seconds
|14||Clear Challenge 02 of the event within a total battle time of 160 seconds
|15||Clear Challenge 03 of the event within 80 seconds
|16||Clear Challenge 04 of the event within a total battle time of 320 seconds
|17||Clear Challenge 5 of the event within 80 seconds
|18||Clear Challenge 02 of the event within 5 Turns
|19||Clear Challenge 04 of the event within 3 Turns
|20||Complete 17 Event Achievement Missions
|1Secret Tech Notes|
Event Points Milestone Rewards
|Event Points: 10||10Novice Activity Report||Event Points: 1600||10Normal Activity Report||Event Points: 4400||2Superior Enhancement Stone|
|Event Points: 50||10Lesser Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 1800||10Normal Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 4600||1.5MCredits|
|Event Points: 100||5Normal Activity Report||Event Points: 2000||15Eligma||Event Points: 4800||3Advanced Activity Report|
|Event Points: 200||5Normal Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 2200||2Advanced Activity Report||Event Points: 5000||10Fubuki's Eleph|
|Event Points: 300||10Fubuki's Eleph||Event Points: 2400||2Advanced Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 5500||3Advanced Enhancement Stone|
|Event Points: 400||10Novice Activity Report||Event Points: 2600||1MCredits||Event Points: 6000||10Fubuki's Eleph|
|Event Points: 500||10Lesser Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 2800||1Superior Activity Report||Event Points: 6500||1.5MCredits|
|Event Points: 600||5Normal Activity Report||Event Points: 3000||10Fubuki's Eleph||Event Points: 7000||2Superior Activity Report|
|Event Points: 700||5Normal Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 3200||1Superior Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 7500||2Superior Enhancement Stone|
|Event Points: 800||2Advanced Activity Report||Event Points: 3400||1MCredits||Event Points: 8000||15Eligma|
|Event Points: 900||2Advanced Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 3600||3Advanced Activity Report||Event Points: 9000||2MCredits|
|Event Points: 1000||10Fubuki's Eleph||Event Points: 3800||3Advanced Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 10000||1Secret Tech Notes|
|Event Points: 1200||20Novice Activity Report||Event Points: 4000||20Eligma|
|Event Points: 1400||20Lesser Enhancement Stone||Event Points: 4200||2Superior Activity Report|
Players can receive valentine chocolates from each playable character they have on the roster (alternative versions count as their default character), plus four NPCs: Arona, Momoka, Rin, and Sora.
|A Bite of Rest For You||Homemade chocolates made with ingredients carefully selected by Ako. At first glance, it's such a perfect item that you wouldn't believe it to be homemade, and its taste and size, which are easy to eat even at work, are a sign of Ako's skill and care.|
|A Book's Friend||Chocolate with a special coating that keeps your hands clean. It is very popular among avid readers, including Shimiko.|
|A Good Night's Sleep Chocolate and Bedding Essentials Set||A set of good night's sleep goods that Tsubaki prepared for the always overworked Sensei. Whenever you want a pillow that will help you sleep better, call Tsubaki. If you buy it normally, the total cost is 3,980 yen.|
|Adult's Rum Bonbon||Richly scented chocolate bonbon with rum filling. Students are a bit too young to enjoy such things. And that goes for Shun too, of course.|
|Almond·Crimson||Almond chocolate left by Tsurugi. It was tied with a pretty red ribbon, probably not the ribbon that the store had given her.|
|Angel Chocolate||Angel 24's store-brand chocolate. The last one of a large order that Sora placed by mistake.||
|Arona's Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies||The chocolate gingerbread cookies that Arona worked so hard to make. The figures of the Sensei and Arona are reproduced in a cute way.||
|Bandage Chocolate||Food that Sena made while she was on duty. She had no wrapping paper and used bandages instead, but it is guaranteed to be safe for human consumption, and even if you collapse, Sena will surely take care of you.|
|Be·With·You||Homemade chocolate made by Serina. The sweet taste of the chocolates makes you feel relaxed.|
|Cacao 99.99%||The chocolate that was prepared by Haruka for Sensei. If you look at the number 99.99 and think 'that looks awesome,' you might be a good candidate for Handyman 68.|
|Cacao Bean||Nodoka, who wanted to give chocolate to Sensei, finally got her hands on some cacao bean. It is not sweet, but gives a nice flavor when processed and brewed into a hot drink.|
|Can Hot Cocoa||A can of chocolate drink sold mainly from vending machines. The sweetness of this drink has soothed Chihiro many times late at night.|
|Cassiopeia's Fist: The Great Upalupa's Tale||A chocolate toy that Momoi won from a crane game machine. It includes a toy of the mascot character from the popular fighting game 'Cassiopeia's Fist: The Greate Upalula's Tale'. There are seven types in all.|
|Cheryonka||Red Winter Federal Academy's special milk chocolate, produced by Red Winter's School Lunch Club. Something that Cherino had already tasted a bite of.|
|Chocolate Dango||Chocolate flavored dango sold at Japanese sweets shop. An unexpected combination, but it was delicious enough to satisfy Junko's taste buds.|
|Chocolate Haniwa||The haniwa-shaped chocolate that Hanako prepared. Regardless of how you turn it, it feels like your line of sight would always meet its gaze.|
|Chocolate Omurice||Omurice that was prepared by Karin for Valentine's Day. Instead of ketchup, a chocolate heart is drawn on the rice, and the omelette's original flavor and the sweetness of the chocolate come together in harmony.|
|Chocolate Print: Dragon||A print of a dragon pattern made of chocolate that Neru brought from somewhere. Neru thinks that since it looks so strong, it must taste amazing too.|
|Chocolate Screws||A screw-shaped chocolate wrapped in silver paper. The shape is so perfect that even Utaha can't recognize it at a glance, but it can't be used as a tool.|
|Chocolate Shell Mk.2||A chocolate cannonball developed by Hibiki for the Valentine's Day event. It was too powerful to be used in the event.|
|Chocolate Value Pack||Mini-chocolate value pack that is available at the Federal Student Council. Rin sometimes eats them during work.||
|Chocolate filled with Wakamo's Love||A chocolate made by Wakamo with a lot of thought and passion. However, it is not clear if it's really just love that's put into it.|
|Chocolate handcuffs||Chocolate in the shape of handcuffs. Kirino's idea of actually using them as handcuffs was unexpected even for the manufacturer.|
|Chocolate over Words||The chocolate that is believed to have been homemade by Natsu. The design is kept laconic in stark contrast to Natsu's eloquent words, and that is why it is so beautiful.|
|Chocolate-flavored Spray||A spray can that sprays chocolate instead of paint. According to Maki, it can be used to sweeten the world.|
|D Ration||Military chocolate made from a mixture of oats and cocoa powder. Mashiro is not afraid of the overwhelming calorie content when it comes to justice.|
|Death·Love||A gift you get as a bonus when you buy the limited edition Valentine's Day single from Kayoko's favorite music group, Black Death Poison. It may look like this, but the taste is soft and sweet.|
|Desert Rose||Rose patterned chocolates sold in front of the train station in Abydos. These chocolates are based on the motif of desert roses and are popular as gifts.|
|Elixir of Immortality (Failed)||A new elixir created by Saya based on chocolate. The taste and effects are the same as those of conventional chocolate, so it may as well just be a chocolate.|
|Fortune Chocolate (Homemade)||The chocolates that was prepared by Chinatsu. The message inside will always be the same, that might as well be fate itself.|
|Four-Character Idiom Chocolate Fortune Cookies||A chocolate candy that contains a variety of four-character idioms. Chise's favorite part is that there are sometimes strange words mixed in with the serious four-character idioms.|
|Friend of the Sea||A chocolate whale set sold at the Maritime Museum. Hoshino likes the huge size of whales, but this one is the size of the palm of her hand.|
|Happy Hot Chocolate||Warm hot chocolate made by Hanae. Taking one sip will relieve your tiredness and make you feel happy at the same time.|
|Hell's Russian Roulette||A russian roulette chocolates for pranking that might make you see hell if you eat the wrong one. Mutsuki has a large number of such products stored in her bookmarks.|
|Hero's Chocolate (Item)||A limited-time item that Yuzu gave to you as a gift in-game. When used, it restores the character's strength and the player's heart.|
|Hina's Homemade Chocolate||Hina's homemade chocolate. May not look like much, but the effort it took is more precious than anything else.|
|Holy・Chocolate||The chocolates that Mari gave as a gift. It was a popular souvenir among the Sisterhood, and may have been intended for display rather than for eating.|
|Homemade Chocolate 'Snaily'||This is a chocolate that Arisu made by hand, based on the 'Snaily' monster in the game. If you look at it from afar, it might look like a snail.|
|Improved Cheryonka||An improved version of Cheryonka with a cute illustration drawn by Tomoe. The taste is almost the same as the traditional Cheryonka.|
|Juri's Homemade Chocolate||Homemade chocolate that Juri did her best to make. Even if you eat it, you will not taste anything. Maybe it's okay not to know. Because the sincerity of her message was conveyed either way.|
|Little·Bullet||A chocolate in the shape of a sniper rifle bullet given by Hasumi. It's small, but its sweetness hits right to the heart.|
|Lots of chocolate bars||A large amount of chocolate bars that Akari bought to prepare for the chocolate eating competition. A normal person would get full just by looking at it.|
|Lovely·Crossline||The famous chocolate brought by Koharu. It is an assortment of white and dark chocolate, with a very attractive black cross pattern.|
|Made·By||Akane's homemade chocolates. It looks like a mere gift from a student to a teacher with nothing special about it..., but it can't hide her excellent skills as a maid.|
|Midori's Homemade Chocolate||Lots of practice. Trial and error. Failing, then trying again, and waking up early. This may be the first time she has made such an effort for something other than games and drawing.|
|Momoyo Hall's Limited Edition Sweets||A special sweet sold only on Valentine's Day at Momoyo Hall. It's not announced, it's not on the menu, and Shizuko won't say who it's sold to.|
|Mugs filled with Cocoa||The cocoa that Fuuka made for Sensei. Her concern for the Sensei's health made it even sweeter and warmer.|
|Our Time Together||The finest chocolate cake that Serika received from her part-time job. The hardships and joys of labor enhance the taste more than anything else.|
|Pavé Chocolates (with receipt)||A set of gift chocolates that Yuuka bought for Sensei, with a receipt for 5,000 yen on it, so it must be a 5,000 yen worth of chocolates.|
|Pennyroyal Mint Chocolate||A special mint chocolate prepared by Airi. Apparently they are very popular and special among fans, but to understand how special it is, you'll have to ask Airi to explain it.|
|Proof of Gourmet (Matcha Flavor)||Matcha flavored chocolate made by Haruna as part of her gourmet research. When you bite into it, the sweetness oozes out from the deep bitterness.|
|Rider's Snack||An energy bar that Shiroko always keeps on hand for riding. The nuts are kneaded into the bar, and you can feel the energy spreading to every corner of your body as soon as you bite into it.|
|Schokolade Gehenna||A high-calorie, high-caffeine dark chocolate made in Gehenna. Actually, Iori once mistook it for shoe polish due to its design.|
|Snack Supervisor's Choice||The chocolate set that was prepared by Nonomi, who is in charge of Abydos' snacks. It's filled with all kinds of chocolates for everyone to enjoy, including Sensei and members of the Countermeasures Committee.|
|Special Chocolate Cruller||A special chocolate cruller with sprinkles, available only during the Valentine's Day season at Master Donut. For Fubuki, Valentine's Day means the day she can eat this.|
|Special Ninja Goods No. 49「Chocolate Set」||Ultimate ninja chocolate set filled with various ninja tools. Izuna lined up early in the morning to get this item so that she could taste it with her lord. Please note that they cannot be used in actual combat.|
|St. Skull Man Valentine's Day||The chocolate version of the 'Grim Reaper of Death, Skull Man' prepared by Azusa. Once it is eaten, there will be no bones left, but the thought that went into it will surely remain.|
|Super! Delicious! Chocolate!!!||Izumi's homemade chocolates made with many of the best ingredients that Izumi thought of. The key point is the salty and savory taste.|
|Sweet Chocolate Chips||Potato chips with a chocolate coating on one side. The sweetness of the chocolate pairs well with crispy texture of the chips, but Momoko doesn't seem to be fond of it.||
|Sweet Sake Cup||The cup-shaped chocolate that Pina brought. If you hold it for too long, it will melt, so the etiquette is to taste it quickly.|
|The Best Selection||The best nutritional food that Sumire has actually tasted and selected from over a hundred different kinds. This alone can provide large enough amount of calories to keep you moving for a day, but of course, you will need to do a reasonable amount of exercise afterwards.|
|The President's Finest Chocolate||The chocolates that Aru gave me as a thank you for daily efforts. The important thing is not the price of the chocolate, but who gave it to you and how they felt about it.|
|Twinkle Star||A star-shaped chocolate that Suzumi bought at a convenience store. Its golden foil wrapping is glittering brilliantly.|
|Twisted Valentine||The chocolates that Asuna had prepared for her master. During storage and transportation, a slight deformation occurred.|
|Valentine Peroro||The Peroro-shaped chocolates that were released to commemorate Valentine's Day. Naturally, Hifumi couldn't miss out on this limited edition product that became a hot topic among fans.|
|Valentine·Beginning||Kotori made this chocolate to explain the origin and significance of Valentine's Day. When you take a bite, your mouth will be flooded with the history that has been passed down from generation to generation.|
|Venus Chocolate||A bold shaped chocolates that you wouldn't think are meant for students. The only student who would buy it is probably Eimi.|
|Wiretap Device No.14||Chocolate with a listening device on it made by Kotama. She seems to have no intention of hiding it at all.|
|Yoshimi's Limited Edition Chocolate||Yoshimi's homemade chocolates. In some ways, it's a rare and limited edition item that can't be found anywhere else.|
|Youkai MAX Chocolate Flavor||A chocolate-flavored Youkai Max released to celebrate the Valentine's Day season; aside from increasing your energy, you'll have to argue with Hare to decide if it tastes better than regular Youkai Max.|