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Illusion (Japanese: イリュージョン, Hepburn: Iryūjon) is a Japanese video game company based in Yokohama. It is notable for developing eroge video games with 3D graphics. Originally, its games were not allowed to be sold or used outside Japan, and official support was only given in Japanese and for use in Japan. However, with the release of Honey Select Unlimited in coordination with the online English erotic game storefront FAKKU, Illusion's policy has since changed. Prior to this change in policy, they were often translated and released in English and other languages by fans.
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Illusion (イリュージョン, Iryūjon) is a company from Yokohama, Japan famous for developing eroge with 3D graphics. Originally, its games were not allowed to be sold or used outside Japan, and official support was only given in Japanese and for use in Japan. However, with the release of Honey Select Unlimited in coordination with the online english erotic game storefront FAKKU, Illusion's policy has since changed. Prior to this change in policy, they were often translated and released in English and other languages by fans.
Fata Morgana is the Italian name for Morgan le Fay (meaning \"Morgan the Fairy\"), a sorceress of medieval legends. This sister of the legendary King Arthur is sometimes portrayed as the ruler of the island paradise Avalon and is said to have had a number of magical powers, with which she caused a great deal of trouble. Among her powers, say some versions of the legend, was the ability to change shape, and she has been blamed for causing complex mirages over bodies of water, especially in the Strait of Messina. Today we know that such optical illusions are really caused by atmospheric conditions, but we still sometimes use \"fata morgana\" as a synonym of \"mirage.\"
Russia is using Iranian-made drones to make up for its other shortcomings. The author considers that their use is unlikely to prove a game-changer, but Europeans should still assist Ukraine to defend against them.
Gus is a young and precocious witch. He is known for being very enthusiastic and excitable; when Luz gives him his nickname, he flips out in sheer joy. Due to being an illusionist, he tends to have a dramatic flair when making statements and presenting things.
Augustus Porter is the son of reporter Perry Porter, who wants his son to be a master illusionist. Due to his skills in illusion magic, Augustus is one of the youngest students at Hexside School of Magic and Demonics, taking high school-level classes despite being twelve years old.
However, due to his young age, Gus was often overlooked and ignored, and he was gullible to the various students that took advantage of his intelligence. The only place where he felt he mattered was the club he led, the Human Appreciation Society. Besides the other members of the H.A.S, the only other student he befriended was Willow Park, who helped him calm down from an illusionary memory with a breathing exercise he remembers to this day.
Augustus meets Luz for the first time after Willow reveals that the human is acting as her abomination. Luz, who knew an \"Augustus\" back in the Human Realm, nicknames the young witch \"Gus,\" a nickname that the young illusionist excitedly accepts. He later feeds Luz a peanut butter and jelly sandwich during lunch, but nearly blows her cover by doing so. While Principal Bump prepares to dissect Luz, Gus distracts him by spilling some pots of abominations, giving Willow and the human time to escape. Luckily, both Willow and Luz escape Bump and Amity, though Gus breaks the news that the human is officially banned from Hexside.
Soon after, Gus and Willow prepare to go to Hexside's game against Glandus High but get left behind when they wait for Luz to change into Hexside fan gear. In order to go to the game, Luz steals Owlbert, Eda's palisman, and the three start to fly off. Over the woods, Luz loses control of Owlbert, causing them to crash. Damaged, and with a crack in his head, Owlbert runs off. The three catch up with him when he takes refuge with the Bat Queen, who traps Willow and Gus and makes Luz perform a series of trials to prove she is worthy of earning Owlbert back. After Owlbert forgives Luz and returns to her, she, Gus, and Willow return home.
As grudgby season starts, Gus and his friends are bullied mercilessly by Boscha, the captain of the school grudgby team. Eventually, after Boscha dumps trash on his friend group, Luz becomes angered and challenges Boscha and her friends to a game of grudgby, which the bully accepts instantly. Willow is extremely hesitant as she and Gus explain the sport to Luz, and they train, but show little potential. Feeling too pressured, and with Gus' prized flags being broken, he and Willow quit. However, Willow changes her mind after Amity tells her and Gus that Luz is taking the brunt of Boscha's torment, and the three decide to avoid calling off the match, with Gus cheering the three on from the stand. Willow's team plays well and seemingly wins but lose when Boscha catches the Rusty Smidge. Despite the loss and Boscha's bitterness, Willow earns the respect of the other Banshees.
When Willow is attacked by fairies at school, Gus makes an illusion to try and ward them off; however, the plan backfires and Willow is injured. He spends the next couple of days sulking, especially after Willow gets annoyed by the get well illusions, he made for her. When Luz comes over, he correctly guesses she wants his library card to get into the library to speak with Amity and joins her. He laments on his thoughts of changing tracks when he sees a group of students from Glandus High take down a rampaging Slitherbeast. The students introduce themselves as Bria, Gavin, and Angmar. They reveal they are looking for Galdorstones at the Looking Glass Ruins and, after being encouraged by Luz and given glyphs, agrees to go, along with Mattholomule.
As they journey to the Ruins, Gus impresses the Glandus kids with his faked magic. Upon locating the Ruins, they are confronted by a monster, and Gus creates an illusion of another to scare it off. As the Glandus kids take the Galdorstones, he looks at the ruins and realizes it is a graveyard for illusionists. The others brush his concerns aside and continue to loot when the Keeper arrives. Bria restrains the Keeper and Gus as she and the others keep looting. Mattholomule manages to free them, and Gus creates simple illusions to get Gavin and Angmar away before creating an illusion of the graveyard coming to life and Bria's magic failing her. Mortified, she finally runs away. The Keeper expresses his joy in Gus's abilities, and he and Mattholomule promise to come back and help rebuild the ruins, much to the Keeper's delight. As they walk home, Gus and Mattholomule tease each other, slowly building a friendship.
About a week before the Day of Unity, Gus sees a cardinal palisman picking a sandwich out of the trash and follows him, leading him right to hunter. Gus tries to get Hunter to answer his questions, but fails, and Bump soon calls every student down to the gym for an emergency assembly. At the assembly, Head Illusionist Adrian Graye Vernworth informs the students of Belos' decree that all young witches must be placed in a coven before the Day of Unity. However, he claims to side with the students and states that his intention is only to put fake sigils on them. As Adrian is about to brand Edric, Gus sees through the ruse and reveals that the branding is real, causing a swarm of Coven Scouts to appear in the gymnasium. Adrian goes over to Gus to give him an abomination brand, but out of his overwhelming distress, Gus accidentally casts a labyrinth-like illusion spell around the school, allowing the students and faculty to escape.
Hunter rescues Gus, and the two walk through the halls before finding the edge of the illusion. Willow greets them, relieving Gus, but Hunter realizes that her behavior is off and exclaims that she is an illusion, making more Coven Scouts appear. Hunter is incapacitated by a Coven Scout and dragged away while Gus is taken to the gym, which is covered in an illusion of the Looking Glass Ruins. Adrian attempts to prompt the location of the Galdorstones out of the young illusionist, and when he refuses to speak, the Coven Head attempts to enter his memories. However, this backfires horribly, as it instead traps Adrian and a few Coven Scouts in their worst nightmares. Hunter manages to snap Gus out of his illusion, dispelling it completely, and they watch as the Emperor's Coven leaves with a vegetative Adrian. Soon after they leave, Gus and the rest of the school listen as Hunter reveals the truth about the Day of Unity.
Hours before the Days of Unity is set to begin, Gus and Willow go with Hunter to help Luz free the Blight children. After freeing the three, they head to Blight Industries to warn Alador and Odalia, and Gus disguises themselves as Coven Scouts Things go smoothly until Kikimora, who is at the factory to take the last shipment of Abomatons, hears Hunter's voice, in addition to Odalia seeing the children attempt to infiltrate Alador's quarters. Gus, Willow, Hunter, Luz, and Amity are placed in a forcefield, but Alador frees them and tries to warn his wife about the draining spell, only for him to fight her soon after learning she already knew. When Kikimora attacks the teenagers, Gus uses illusions to make Hunter and Luz look like each other. Soon, Kikimora takes \"Hunter\" and flies off as Alador destroys the factory. After Odalia retreats, the six commandeer the airship Kikimora brought and, as soon as the illusion on Hunter wears off, Gus reveals that Luz told him to disguise her and Hunter as each othe