チョリリ~ス! 俺っちの仲間たちー! チョリース (チョリース!)
あれ ちょっち元気ない感じ~?
あ! んなら みんなで一緒にゲームでもやっちゃおー!

友情クエストにログイン
キャラMakeはデフォルト
オープンワールドをノリでいっちゃおー! (いぇーい!)

早速笑顔になってっしー!
んじゃあまずは 仲間作りからいってみよー!

勇者の剣が抜けなくて心 丸裸 真顔
最強装備はキミとの絆とノリ yeah, yeah, yeah!

無敵の my party! We are friends! (Friends!)
負けても俺っちたち friends!

笑顔の魔法に釣られてきた
あっという間に出来た無敵の full party! (We・are・HOODs!)

魅せプ決めて騒ごうよ! Tonight!
HPギリだな! (P・T・My・Life)
姫プ決めて守られたい夜も
ポジティブ my life (your life)

よっしゃー! この調子でじゃんじゃかいっちゃおー!
次はひふみん流ポジティブ life を過ごすテクニックを教えちゃうよ~!

アイコン自撮りのキメ顔 分かりやすく俺っちでしょ? (うんうん!)
ネガティブ意見は無視して 良いことだけ聞いちゃいなよ! Yeah Yeah!

心がチクっとする日もある そんな日は笑顔で try
愛と勇気がさ~ 気付いたら助けてくれてるから! (ワン・ツー・ひふみん!)

次のステージ無理ゲーでも
ネバギバでコンティニュー (P・T・My・Life)
キミとキミとキミとノリで full party! (We・are・HOODs!)

見つけた! お前がラスボス
仲間になろうぜ (P・T・My・Life)
誰も傷付けず全クリしちゃおー!
ポジティブ my life (your life)


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