You might not have heard because it's been out of the limelight so long, but the new Accel World OVA was subbed today. It's mainly comedy (though much less surreal and omake-ish than the first OVA), but there's quite a bit of character development and backstory detailing also.
I hate to disappoint, but the bit between Mami and Kyouko was just a subplot continuation of Mami trying to persuade Kyouko to stop being a loner and re-embrace the rest of humanity in general. What you read into it was totally unintentional on my part, though in fairness, I definitely see how you came to the conclusion you did.
But who knows? Maybe I'll write a scenario where Mami finds out that Madoka is two-timing on her and Mami "gets back" at Madoka by cheating with Kyouko...
Anyway, thanks a lot for the review. As a big Sayaka fan, I certainly get why many PMMM fans don't like Kyousuke, but I wanted to write a route where all of his positive qualities come out, and he gets to be a real stand-up, charismatic, good guy (I also must admit that I like imagining myself in Kyousuke's shoes for these scenes, lol). Admittedly, part of the reason I'm writing that is that I wanted at least one route where Sayaka truly and totally "wins" in everything she wanted/set out to do in the canon narrative. Where things go totally her way for a change. In Mami Romance, Sayaka gets the opportunity to be very supportive of Madoka and Mami, so I felt that this would be a good place for "Sayaka wins!" to happen, as she really earns it here, imo.
Oh no, don't ever worry about that. An Alzheimer's grandmother that's increasingly hard to deal with doesn't leave me with much free time, but there's definitely no issue of declining fandom here; as I've said before, I'm not ever going to lose interest in the story.
Awesome reply to my latest PPPL chapter. I noticed you skipped the less pleasant route where somebody loses a leg though, lol. But that's Ok. I'm really glad you liked what I did with Kyousuke Kamijou. I have to admit that was one PPPL scene I had been looking forward to writing a long time, and had planned out almost from the very conception of PPPL itself.