Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds walkthrough: Souji Okita (CV: Morikubo Showtarō)

Note: ♡ indicates an increase in affection for the mentioned character.
(Keep in mind that sometimes, in order to get to the chosen route, it’s necessary to make choices that result in the affection of characters other than the chosen guy go up.)

GOOD END

Chapter 1

Find a way to escape.
Stayed where I was. (♡ Okita)
Talk to someone.
It’s to test my skills. (♡ Okita)
Quietly return to my room.
Stay behind in the headquarters.

Chapter 2

Leave and search for my father.
Look for Okita.
… decided to distract the ronin. (♡ Okita)
… will stay behind.
Go to the inner courtyard.
You might have a point. (♡ Okita)

Chapter 3

Investigate.
Investigate Nambu house
Scream. (♡ Okita)
Go back to headquarters.
But…
Okita.
I won’t tell anyone. (♡ Okita)
Yes, please.
I’m worried about Okita.
Catch up. (♡ Okita)
The Furies.
You’re really good with your hands. (♡ Okita)

Chapter 4

The soldiers.
Someone neutral.
Yes
Go find the others.
You don’t even know anything.
Try to escape. (♡ Okita)
I’ll make something you do want to eat. (♡ Okita)
Decided to stay home.
Check on Okita.
Stop Okita. (♡ Okita)
“No.” (♡ Okita)
I’ll stay here. (♡ Harada)

Chapter 5

I want you to do the right thing. (♡ Okita)
I’m worried about you Okita. (♡ Okita)

TRAGIC LOVE END

Record of Service → Chapter 5: Story Souji Okita → Romance LOW

This isn’t what Kondou would want!
[CREATE SAVE 1] I’m worried about you Okita. (♡ Okita)

BAD END

[LOAD SAVE 1]
There’s no point in stopping you.


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2 Comments

  1. Do you have to get every heart for a character to get his good end?

    1. Hm, as far as I’m aware yes you do. There may be certain choices that don’t matter too much (possibly some before you lock into a route), but it’s very easy in Hakuoki to miss something (miss a CG, miss a choice, end up on the wrong route). It took me a lot of trial and error to get to some endings, so I’d recommend picking all of the choices that raise affinity with the character you want to get the good ending for.

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