It does not have a proper title like normal Gift Games and it has a unique style of poetry stanzas for the Game riddle.
A Gift Game that only appeared in the LN short stories. (Volume 8)
<<– I’m the most hardworking person in the world—
The first me is the most hardworking person in the world!
I could work, work and work non-stop without a need for a helping hand, you know?!
And because of my efforts placed in my continuous hard work, number 1 father was also very happy!
But there came a day when that was found to be a lie.
My first father and I were then destroyed by the unraveled lie.
The second me is the most hardworking person in the world!
Due to help from friends, I’m then able to work, work and work non-stop, you know?!
And because of my efforts placed in my continuous hard work, number 2 father was also very happy!
But there came a day when that was found to be fake.
But my second father and I were able to continue working due to help from friends.
The third me is the true hardworking person!
Although it is yet to be born, but it will continuously work non-stop, you know?!
Hurry up and be born! Hurry up and be born! Oh, that’s what everyone is saying!
But there came a day when I was found to be unable to be born.
So number 3 father abandoned the third me!
But that is not permitted! Many fathers are awaiting for my arrival!
Fortune! Fame! The dreams of Man! It will all be true if I can be born!
So I plea…… Do not give up on me……! For those who comply, will reach the truth……!>>
This Gift Game was held in the hands of Coppelia in the Golden museum-like shop. A typical paradox game that is supposed to be impossible to solve in the current, but solvable in the future, and that enables it to be in line with the rules of Little Garden that governs the creation of Gift Games.
The Game is supposed to be solved by Man's hands alone but in the world of Little Garden Izayoi pointed out that the tools of the Gods are also at hand and they were combined to solve the puzzle.
[No Name]s, Jack and Coppelia. Not really a complete victory but still counted as a win nonetheless.