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I was wondering how the number of ending for each target was determined - what is the definition of ending? I've only played a small fraction of this game so far, but with my definition of "ending" (following a path in the story until you are given a grade) there are definitely more than 4 endings for, for instance, Hardwich's first request. I haven't followed each choice in that particular request all the way to the end yet, but my count of endings has currently reached six, and there are at least two more in addition to that. Does the number of endings for each of the targets need to be changed, or should there maybe be some explanation of what is meant by "ending"? --Merrymella (talk) 02:32, 29 January 2009 (UTC)