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One Girl is a memo in Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly. This file is obtained after completing the game on Easy or Hard mode.
Fatal Frame IIEdit
|They say only one young girl escaped the lost village before it disappeared.
That girl was Yae, the older sister of the last of the Twin Shrine Maidens.
Yae loved Sae so much to perform the Crimson Sacrifice Ritual, so she and Sae ran from the village on the day of the ritual.
But Sae fell from the mountain path, and the two got separated.
Yae looked for Sae, but got lost in the mountain. When she got back, the village was gone.
Ryozo Munakata found Yae crying where the village used to be.
He had left the village once after getting a note from Makabe, but he came back on the day of the ceremony to fulfill his promise to Itsuki.
He took care of Yae, who had lost her memory, and the two eventually got married.
Fatal Frame II: Deep Crimson ButterflyEdit
|Unable to bear the thought of harming her sister, Yae fled the village on the day of the ceremony, together with her twin, Sae. During their flight, Sae slipped and fell from a mountain ledge. Yae did not see her sister's accident and ran on ahead.
When she saw she was no longer with her, Yae searched frantically for Sae, but got lost in the woods. When she returned to where her village had been, it had already vanished.
A man named Ryozo Munakata found a distressed Yae weeping at what had been the entrance gate.
Sae and Yae had given Munakata a note from Makabe that said: "You must leave this place." Munakata fled the village, but he had made a promise to Itsuki, and returned on the day of the Crimson Sacrifice Ritual.
Yae had lost her memory, and collapsed. Munkata looked after her, and in time, the two of them married.