The easy setup way is simply to run two copies of Manamon under two different user accounts. Of course this means that you will have to switch back and forth between user accounts to trade, which could get annoying fast.
For the more involved way, you will need a program called Process Explorer by SysInternals, now a part of Microsoft.
You will need to run the program as admin for this to work. Unfortunately, the process list doesn't seem to read in NVDA, but I'm pretty sure that keyboard navigation will work. Make sure that Manamon is running, then in the process list, find rpg.exe in the list, or type the letters rpg, then press alt+enter to make sure you've selected the right process.
Once the right process is selected, press ctrl+h to show handles in the lower pane of the window, and tab down to that pane. Oddly enough, this list does read correctly with NVDA. Look for an entry listed as a "mutant", and with the word "bgtManam on" in the name. It should be somewhere around entry 140-180 in the list. Once that handle is selected, press the delete key to force that handle to close. The program will ask you to confirm, so choose "yes". After that, you will be able to start a second copy of Manamon.
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