Lag decides to make Niche his dingo officially, and reaches the Yuusari Head Post Office, known as the Bee-Hive. He and another boy named Macky Gee begin the Bee suitability interview examination, which consists of delivering one real letter safely to its destination. Knowing he is delivering a real letter, Lag's determination is strengthened yet again.
Letter and Letter Bee
Crybaby Boy, Letter Girl
The Letter to Jiggy Pepper
Yuusari Central Nocturne Hood #13 Head Post Office Bee-Hive
Seeing Sylvette Suede
The Crybaby Boy's Vow
Under the Light
Letter of Lies
Red and Green Ribbon
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