You could say that the second half of the story in ‘Dora-gaku’ moved at a faster pace, a complete change from the peaceful student life depicted in the first half.
After all, this is when the protagonist is revealed to be the queen. From here on, all hell will break loose, Mary will face retribution during the graduation ceremony, and on to the ending… The story events would move in rapid succession.
And what could be considered the biggest turning point here, was the dating event. The event itself was your run-of-the-mill romantic scenario with nothing noteworthy, and yet the