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    Stephan Liem 
A fresh graduate who's accepted into one of the best design firms in the city, but beginning on the first day, you start to hate your job.

Your Co-workers

    Nick Laoshi 
The supervisor of N,S,F&W who prides in sharing his first name with one of its founders.
  • One Steve Limit: The limit has been established to be broken when he regularity boasts on sharing his first name as one of the founders of N,S,F&W.

    Rob Oto 
The IT guy who takes care of technical issues involving the office computers.
  • Haunted Technology: Believes there is a ghost in his computer that does weird things such as sending SPAM.
  • L33t L1ng0: The emails he send you are typed as such.

    Amber V. 
The beauty mascot of N,S,F&W. Gorgeous-looking, but rather strict.

    Diesel Washington 
He's apparently an old friend of Stephan, though he doesn't recognize him. Often flirts with his female co-workers.

    Mac Sanders 
Though he looks like a lax, big eater, he is a videographer specialist, hence an important asset to the company.
  • Big Eater: He is even holding a sandwich while walking past Stephan's cubicle!
  • Emoticon: Has a habit of ending his message with an emoticon, including his dialogues somehow.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Tends to keep his eyes shut to show how relaxed he is, though they can open up wide when he's in shock.

    Sora Ozawa 
The newest employee after Stephan who joined the workforce two weeks earlier. She is well-known to be pure and innocent.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Unlike other characters, her eyes stays shut.
  • Covert Pervert: She is presented as a pure girl, but she has interest in what Stephan's watching.

    Kuma Rai 
The toughest security guard in the firm. He has been working in the security field for 10 years.

They clean the office day and night. Some people say there are a lot of them, though they all look the same.
  • Inexplicably Identical Individuals: There are supposed to be a lot of them working in the office, though they all look so much the same, it's hard to differentiate among one another.

They bring deliveries to the workers in the company so that they don't have to go down and collect their items themselves.

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