Archive: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Ojou-Sama%20QuestYou are Fujimoto Chiyoko, the scion of the Fujimoto family, and, more recently, a magical girl.You've had a somewhat rocky relationship with your fellow magical girl, Ayame. You can't claim to be completely innocent, of course, but you'd estimate that perhaps 90% of the fault lies with her. The fact that you played some tiny, minuscule role in your current situation was recently brought to your attention by Yukiko, who you think is perhaps Ayame's friend?You have difficulty imagining anyone voluntarily associating with that commoner, but the world is a fascinating and indescribably complex place, so perhaps they are friends.You originally came over here to confer with the talking cat that gave you your powers; however, Yukiko's presence prevents him from communicating with you, since she is not a magical girl and thus not privy to his secrets, such as his ability to speak. You think, anyway.Come to think of it... wasn't Ayame talking to that handsome boy, Kenta? Oh, what if she's turning him against you?>You know just how to undo any such work... go apologize for being mean to her earlier and offer to be her friend, in full view of Kenta! It can't fail.>You apologize to no commoner. Depart school and head home.>You do want to see Kenta again... wait at the school gates for him to come out, then ask him to walk you home again. Figure out what Ayame said to them.>Write-in.https://twitter.com/72oOCCJ1
>>42854150>>You know just how to undo any such work... go apologize for being mean to her earlier and offer to be her friend, in full view of Kenta! It can't fail.
>>42854150>>You do want to see Kenta again... wait at the school gates for him to come out, then ask him to walk you home again. Figure out what Ayame said to them.She will always be a friend with him, that wont stop after we are dating him.
>>42854150>>You know just how to undo any such work... go apologize for being mean to her earlier and offer to be her friend, in full view of Kenta! It can't fail.It is important to maintain positive ties to allied partners, apologizing would be an easier way to mend ties than the Takamichi way of befriending. Also, this will help us reform Ayame into a proper lady.
>>42854150>You do want to see Kenta again... wait at the school gates for him to come out, then ask him to walk you home again. Figure out what Ayame said to them.
>>42854150>>You do want to see Kenta again... wait at the school gates for him to come out, then ask him to walk you home again. Figure out what Ayame said to them.We'll figure out how to apologize to her after school is over. I suggest finding out where she lives and visiting early enough tomorrow before school so she can get in on time without climbing the architecture and getting punished. It's annoying, somewhat embarrassing for her, and allows us time to apologize.Not that we need to, of course...
>>42854150>>You know just how to undo any such work... go apologize for being mean to her earlier and offer to be her friend, in full view of Kenta! It can't fail.This will completely wreck anything Ayame might have planned. We're a genius!
Wait at the school gates.>>42854187>>42854219>>42854314>>42854327Undo her work at turning him against you!>>42854163>>42854218>>42854340
>>42854150My vote goes to this: >>42854314
Hmm. It's perhaps best to sleep on this, rather than acting brashly. You excuse yourself from Yukiko before heading to the front gates of the school. Once you arrive, you find a nice spot and wait patiently for Kenta to finish his business with Ayame. Perhaps you can get some idea of what she said to him then. Hopefully she didn't poison him against you... he does seem rather nice.After only a minute or so of waiting, he walks up to the front gate, looking positively gorgeous, and you smile and wave. His brow furrows a little, and he waves back. You scamper up to him. "It's nice to see you again, Kenta-san," you say, offering him a winning smile. "Would you mind walking me home again?"He looks behind him, as though checking for an unwanted spectator, but appears to find no such individual. "Hmm," he says. "Well, alright. Don't you have, like, people to do this for you, though?" He asks, as you start to walk together."I'd prefer to socialize with my schoolmates, rather than with my father's employees," you say, then attempt to change the topic of conversation. "How is Ayame-san, incidentally?""Uh, fine," he says, scratching the back of his head. "Was a little weird, earlier. She said you were... acting strange. I dunno." He looks uncertain, as though he's been thrust into the middle of a fight and he doesn't know exactly where he stands or the parameters of the two sides. Odd.>Ask him about his relationship with Ayame.>Ask him to be more specific about Ayame's words.>Tell him that you're planning on making up with Ayame tomorrow.>Try to establish a bit of skinship on the way back.>Write-in.
>>42854587>Tell him that you're planning on making up with Ayame tomorrow.>Try to establish a bit of skinship on the way back.
>>42854607This but no skinship, we are not so uncouth.
>>42854587>Ask him about his relationship with Ayame"How long has she been going out with you, Kenta?"
>>42854707You realise you vote for that without referencing someone elses vote...
>>42854587>Ask him about his relationship with Ayame.>Ask him to be more specific about Ayame's words.in reverse order
>>42854587>>Tell him that you're planning on making up with Ayame tomorrow.
Planning on making up.>>42854607>>42854707>>42854800Ask about relationship.>>42854716>>42854761Be more specific.>>42854761Skinship.>>42854607
>>42854587>Coin the idea of making up with Ayame tomorrow, see if he's told him anything to better see things from her (and his too, perhaps) perspective.
>>42854716>Ayame and Kenta: "W-We're not a couple!">Chiyoko: "...Why are you wearing a fedora and trench coat, Ayame?"
Maybe if they aren't already and we do make up with Ayame, we'll get to play match maker, a propper Ojuo pastime.
>>42854845*if she's told him
"I'm hoping to make things up with Ayame-san tomorrow," you say. There's a flash of relief on Kenta's face. "I feel as though our relationship began poorly, and would like to correct that.""That's good to hear," Kenta says, sounding quite sincere about it. "She's definitely been a bit of a pest about you lately."Without missing a beat, you proceed. "What is your relationship with her, incidentally?" You manage to put forward the question as though you were merely discussing the weather. "The two of you seem rather familiar with one another."Your assurance of a coming apology seems to open him up quite a bit, because he proceeds without any apparent worries, whereas before he came off quite cagey. "We grew up next door to one another, the little anklebiter was always pretty gregarious, you know.""You're childhood friends, then?" Kenta nods. "Nothing more than that?"Kenta looks confused at that question. "What do you mean?""Oh, nothing," you say, shaking your head. You don't want to put the idea that Ayame is romantically interested in him in his head if it's not already present. After all, for all you know, she isn't! That's definitely the reason, and not at all anything else. "Just an idle question. Sorry.""Okay..." he says, aware that he's missing something, but not aware of what. A few minutes later, you arrive at your house. "This is your place, right?""Yes. Thank you for walking me home, Kenta-san," you say, with a bow.>Invite him inside.>Ask him about where Ayame lives so you can visit her tomorrow morning.>Bid him adieu.>Write-in.
>>42855029>>Invite him inside.
>>42855029>>Ask him about where Ayame lives so you can visit her tomorrow morning.
>>42855029>Invite him inside.
>>42855029>Ask him about where Ayame lives so you can visit her tomorrow morning.Let's clear him with security before we bring him in.
>>42855029>Ask him about where Ayame lives so you can visit her tomorrow morning.
>>42855029>>Ask him about where Ayame lives so you can visit her tomorrow morning.Plan "Annoy Ayame before breakfast" is go!
>>42855029>>Ask him about where Ayame lives so you can visit her tomorrow morning.>>Bid him adieu.
Hey, do we have a chauffeur? Could we have him drive us to Ayame's house?
Where does Ayame live?>>42855061>>42855095>>42855104>>42855111>>42855127>>42855158Invite him in.>>42855054>>42855088>>42855225Sure, if you want.
"If I may indulge one last request," you ask, and Kenta makes a 'go ahead' gesture, "where does Ayame-san live? I would like to make my apology in person, early in the morning, so as to ensure there is no chance for any ill will to fester further."Kenta gives you her address, which you have someone write down so that you can go visit her bright and early tomorrow morning. "Well, goodbye, then," he says."Have a pleasant evening," you say, as sincerely as possible, and wave him goodbye.Your dinner with your father is quite pleasant, and you tell him about meeting a nice girl by the name of Yukiko, which is something he seems pleased at. "She's very... collected," you offer, by way of compliment. "I'd be surprised to see anything phase her." The truth is that you absently wonder if she has some sort of medical condition that resulted in her constant, serene disposition, but you'd prefer not to pass such judgements so quickly.Your father smiles and seems satisfied with the events of the day, though he is a mite bit overprotective of you regarding Kenta. Something to worry about later.* * *You get up bright and early the next day, take a quick breakfast, and set out on your mission: go to Ayame's house and make up with her. The only question is exactly how.>Walk.>Have your chauffeur drive you. It's important to establish your relative rank.>Write-in.>Take responsibility for your own actions and ask that she forgive you. Trying to wheedle her about her blame would hardly have a positive result.>Attempting to unilaterally correct things is a bad idea. You should have a civilized discussion with her so that both of you can see how your behavior might have gotten on the other's nerves.>Make her apologize for her behavior or you'll- wait actually that wouldn't really fix things at all, never mind.>Write-in.
>>42855391>Chauffeur> equal blame, but apologize first to be the bigger man.
>>42855391>Walk.>Take responsibility for your own actions and ask that she forgive you. Trying to wheedle her about her blame would hardly have a positive result.And If she tries to be witty or anything of the like, only respond with the most sincere of comments.
>>42855391This works >>42855440Ha, walking
>>42855391>Have your chauffeur drive you. It's important to establish your relative rank.Apologize first. Mention Yukiko talking to you yesterday.
>>42855391>>Have your chauffeur drive you. It's important to establish your relative rank.>>Attempting to unilaterally correct things is a bad idea. You should have a civilized discussion with her so that both of you can see how your behavior might have gotten on the other's nerves.
>>42855440ThisFuck walking, we're rich
>>42855391>>42855440SecondingThough i'm tempted by: >Make her apologize for her behavior or you'll- wait actually that wouldn't really fix things at all, never mind.
Chauffeur.>>42855440>>42855448>>42855499>>42855517>>42855519>>42855520>>42855528>>42855539Walk.>>42855496Take equal blame, but apologize first to be the bigger woman.>>42855440>>42855448>>42855499>>42855517>>42855520>>42855528>>42855539Take responsibility and ask she forgive you.>>42855496Have a discussion.>>42855519
You have your chauffeur drive you to the location, parking in front of Ayame's house, before getting out of the vehicle. You can see somebody in the windows looking out, but you don't think it's Ayame. They look too tall, old, and busty, to be Ayame. Her mother, perhaps. You rap on the door and wait patiently for them to answer it.It's an older woman, and the family resemblance is unmistakable. "Hello?" She glances at the limousine. "How can I help you?""I'm a classmate of Ayame-san's," you explain. "May I please speak with her, ma'am?""Uh, sure," Ayame's mother-presumptive says. "Come in, I'll get her for you. What's your name?" She asks, as you step inside."Fujimoto Chiyoko," you say."Just have a seat here, I'll go get her. She'll still be asleep at this hour.""Ah, there's no need to wake her on my account," you say, hurriedly. Perhaps waking her from her slumber is not the best way to begin an apology."It's fine, it's fine," the woman says, practically running up the stairs. "Ayame," she yells, quite loud even from this distance."Aaaaah!" Ayame screams. You hear a loud thump, presumably of a body falling out of bed. "I was sleeping, you jerkface!" Ayame yells, after a moment."Your friend Chiyoko's downstairs," is the reply. "Very serious, very hoity toity, little sis.""She's not my friend," Ayame mumbles, before stomping downstairs. She crosses her arms when she sees you. "What do you want?""I'd like to apologize for some of my behavior over the past couple days," you say, standing. "I am very sorry for pushing you out of that window. I felt that you had physically assaulted me and, in spite of the fact that it was an accident, you seemed utterly remorseless. My response was perhaps out of proportion, and for that I apologize.""Oh," Ayame says, the wind going out of her sails, unfolding her arms. "Okay.">...is she going to apologize back?>Can we be friends?>Write-in.
>>42855726>>...is she going to apologize back?
>>42855726>...is she going to apologize back?>If she doesn't, just leave (after politely saying propper goodbye to any of her family nearby of course)
>>42855726>>...is she going to apologize back?Hmmmm
>>42855726>>Write-in.>fidget awkwardly "I talked to Yukiko yesterday... she's... she has a way of making things that seemed important become... less so..."
>>42855726Can we be friends? If you'd like we came by Chauffeur offer her a ride to school. Give her a while let her wake up maybe she'll apologize without promptings.
>>42855726>>...is she going to apologize back?Give her an expectant look but don't say a thing. The pressure should make her crack and apologise.
>>42855726Followed by>>42855806and ending with>...is she going to apologize back?
>>42855726>just make a disappointed hmmm and leave. She's cultureless after all.
>>42855806But fidgeting would be terribly unladylike and impropper!But seriously though, i feel like this is pretty out of character as of now.
>>42855806I'll support it.
>>42855726>...is she going to apologize back?
>>42855809Offer the olive branch. I don't want to have to fight with her everytime we try to make new friends.
Are you going to apologize back, you goddamn ungrateful little bitch?>>42855746>>42855801>>42855826>>42855904Give her a little bit and see what she does.>>42855800>>42855819>>42855897Bye whore.>>42855829I talked to Yukiko.>>42855806>>42855826>>42855846>>42855888>>42855898Let's be friends?>>42855809>>42855913
>>42855913It isn't black and white, anon. One can tolerate each other or be indifferent instead of either best friend or worst enemy.
>>42855921Isn't ">...is she going to apologize back?"winning considering 7 votes had that?
>>42855944Well, we kind of have to work with her, so it would be best if we got along with her.
>>42855980One can work together and be supportive during a "job" without bringing that into their social life.
"I spoke to Yukiko yesterday," you offer. Ayame's apparently listening. "She has a talent for providing an alternative perspective on things, and she pointed out that perhaps you were not solely responsible for our feud, and that some actions on my part contributed to it."You pause, affixing her with an expectant gaze, trying to send out a mental signal which will tell her that she should apologize for some of the things she did, like intentionally humiliating you in P.E., kicking water in your face, running into you, being a smug bitch, throwing paper at you... the list goes on and on."I... uh," she scratches at the back of her neck. "I'm not good at apologies," she says, finally, not meeting your eyes. "Sorry," she adds.Hrm. Well, perhaps that is the best you'll get out of her.>Offer to take her to school with you in your limousine.>Bid her a good day and apologize for waking her.>Offer a handshake, to show no hard feelings.>Write-in.
>>42855944Yes we'd would be qble to do that, but I don't think she is. I think she is the type that get jealous and possessive over her friends. She has a large network of friends in the school already(probably) so to be able to make friends at school we'll have to at least be on friendly yerms with her, otherwise she'll try to turn th against us.
>>42856114>Offer to take her to school with you in your limousine.>Offer a handshake, to show no hard feelings.
>>42856114>Bid her a good day and apologize for waking her
>>42856114>>Offer to take her to school with you in your limousine.
>>42856114Offer her a ride. Reward her good behavior. Positive reinforcement is a teaching method, we'll make a propper lady out of her yet.
>>42856114>>Bid her a good day and apologize for waking her.
>>42856114>Offer to take her to school with you in your limousine.
>>42856114>>42856157SecondingI suppose we can try at least since we picked that joke option...
>>42856114>Grant her one of your lovely smiles.>Offer to take her to school with you in your limousine.Positive reinforcement of positive acts.
>>42856114>>Offer to take her to school with you in your limousine.>>Offer a handshake, to show no hard feelings.
Hey pretty girl, want a ride in a fast car?>>42856132>>42856153>>42856157>>42856196>>42856222>>42856232>>42856237Adieu.>>42856138>>42856191Handshake.>>42856237>>42856132
"Have you ever ridden in a limousine before?" You ask, suddenly changing the subject, offering her a winning smile as you do."A... limousine?" She blinks, still obviously a bit out of it from her early wake-up."You know. One of the long cars with the drivers. Have you ridden in one before?" She shakes her head. "Would you like to today? I already brought it over, and it seems like a waste not to at least make the offer..."She hesitates for a second, fidgeting. "Sure," she says at long last. "Let me just get some breakfast. You want something?""I already ate," you reply. "I'm sorry for waking you.""Nah, nah," Ayame replies, from the kitchen. "That was Keiko." She yells at her sister. "Bitch!""Lazy ass!" Keiko replies from elsewhere in the house. "Get up before eight you twit!"After Ayame quickly makes some toast, she gobbles it down in the most unladylike fashion you've ever seen, and follows you out the door to the limo."To school," you say, to the driver.On the way, while Ayame is chatting about... something to do with sports, you believe? You can't really tell the exact details, but you're socially adroit enough to nod and smile at the appropriate points. About halfway there, you feel something in your chest, something deep and powerful, and by the look of her, Ayame feels the same thing. "What is that?" You ask, in a whisper."Something Evil and Wrong," Ayame replies, already shifting into her magical girl form, her blade uncomfortably long in the relatively cramped space of the limousine's rear. "Come on," she says, with a jerk of her head.>END OF CHAPTER.Twitter: https://twitter.com/72oOCCJ1Okay, I'm sorry, I feel like hot garbage, I ate something I was allergic to and now it's fucking with me for the crime. I'll pick this up on Monday, same time, if not earlier. Again, I'm sincerely sorry.
>>42856403It's fine, hope you'll be feeling better soon and thanks for running!
>>42856403Oof, don't worry about it. Welts and shit are no fun to deal with.See you next time, Tart.
>>42856403Get better soon
>>42856403>see Ojou-Sama QuestI made it!>END OF CHAPTER.Nooooooooooooooooo!
>>42856403>I ate something I was allergicI know that feeling far to well. Hope you get well soon, Tar.