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Love me! Would you?

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Rafflesia Thalmann aka Ria is a gifted girl that can see the little angels and devils on people's shoulders, except her own. She calls them ‘the open-book mediators’ since she can determine what are people’s choices are. Even though she is displeased with it. An unexpected accident happens when she almost got kidnap with an unknown organization that led her to a coma. And as soon as she woke up, she finally met her angel and devil, surprisingly in human sizes, and has personalities of their own. They call themselves Agatho the Angel and Kako the Devil. Back to school, Ria caught one of her classmates stealing her best friend’s wallet. Knowing that her classmate did something wrong she was ready to hear her mediator’s advice but is surprised, when they said that there are conditions to her choices. Depending on how much weight their fate flows. Confused, they explained, if she chooses Agatho’s advice she must lose a part of herself to gain a favor. If she chooses Kako the other party will be in despair but she will gain everlasting guilt. Despite of the situation Ria can’t choose either of their advice with those conditions. Agatho warned her that if she won’t listen their ‘true consequences’ will swallow her. Ria starts getting anxious of her actions to prevent her mediators the trigger to give her the choices. How can she choose the good or the evil if those choices are uncertain to be right or wrong?

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