Mina tried to ignore the nonsense for as long as she could but enough was enough. She stood up, and charged right up to Kenichi. She pointed to the exit behind him. "Get out," she commanded icily. "This is the girl's common room in the first place but when you're throwing people at upperclassmen, a line's been crossed. Or stay. I don't care, but if you're going to stay and listen to our senpai talk to us, sit down and shut up."
She left Roy where he was. He was probably fine. She returned to her seat and listened to Yamada. As such she was the first student to answer the question. "I wasn't there but the fact that it could have happened to me was shocking, and scary. I've noticed everything's been a lot more quiet, for the most part." She stole a glare at Kenichi. "I've been trying to pretend nothing ever happened. I know from the capture-the-flag incident that the last thing they need is heaps of attention, sympathy or pity."
Hitomi wasn't surprised, or shocked. Still she wasn't ready for Tomoe going there at that moment. She blushed in spite of herself and pinched her nose. "No, we haven't 'done it' yet, Tomoe," she replied slowly and in a low voice, before her expression switched almost as fast as her friend's did when she saw Tomoe look upset. What? Of course not! Why would this mean I have to change rooms? We're roomies forever! Well, not forever, but for this year at least. You know what I mean. And going out sounds like a lot of fun! We should all go out one day! Sure!
When Tomoe reconciled with Acion, and he tuened to her and asked 'Right?', Tomoe nodded and smiled in response, before joining in the hug.