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>>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUW2hRQkegM

Welcome to Spirit Detective Quest! This quest, as the title suggests, takes place in the world of Yu Yu Hakusho, though it does not take place during the events of the show. You're a young highschooler, one who will find himself granted the title of Spirit Detective, and will be charged with tracking down demons and other supernatural criminals.

>Rules

Each time I make an update, there will be a ten minute window in which you can vote between various options I have provided. Write-ins are accepted and encouraged, but I do reserve the right to veto them. Once ten minutes have passed, the option (or suitable combination) with the most support will win.

You can choose multiple options, but be mindful of when that doesn't take any sense. Saying you want to go talk to someone and then talk to someone else in one post doesn't make much sense.

Also, in combat, I may veto selecting multiple options depending on how feasible that seems.

As far as combat, you will roll to attempt different options. I will not tell you what the number needed is ahead of time, so use your heads and balance risk/reward. Sometimes, you should take riskier options if they can yield greater payoff. Other times, it's best to play it safe. Use your judgement.

This is not Dragonball, and while there are sometimes ways to bring back the dead, they are few and far between, so do not assume that anybody you kill/let die will be coming back.

I hope you all have fun.
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kys
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>>1209378
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For the rest of homeroom, you sit at your desk and talk with Rachael. Well, more accurately, she does most of the talking, and you listen, occasionally asking a question or answering one of hers. She's one of those really outgoing people, it seems, leading her not only to try and talk to you as a new student, but also seemingly attempting to bring you out of your shell just a bit.

She tells you that she's involved in the school theater program, and asks if you've ever tried acting (no). She then proceeds to go into a five minute speech about how great it is, and how amazing it feels to put on shows.

Her cheeks turn a bit red. "Sorry, I was rambling. I do that sometimes. So, uh..what was your old school like?"

>A. It was alright

>B. You loved it

>C. You hated it

>D. Tell her you didn't mind her rambling

>E. Tell her you really don't feel like talking anymore

>F. Something else
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>>1209422
>B. You loved it
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>>1209422
>F
Silence
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>>1209422
>A. It was alright
>D. Tell her you didn't mind her rambling
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>>1209422
>A. It was alright
>D. Tell her you didn't mind her rambling

"It's nice to hear someone talk about what they're passionate about."
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>>1209422
>A. It was alright
>D. Tell her you didn't mind her rambling
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>>1209422
>E. Tell her you really don't feel like talking anymore
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>>1209422
>E. Tell her you really don't feel like talking anymore
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>>1209444
>>1209449
>>1209462
"It was alright," you answer, not really having anything else to say about your old school. It was just school to you, not worth thinking much about. "And I didn't mind your rambling. It's nice to hear someone talk about what they're passionate about."

Rachael gives you a look of surprise. "Really? Well, thanks. A lot of people get annoyed when I talk too much. Anyhow, it looks like homeroom's almost over. Maybe I'll see you in class later."

>A. You hope so

>B. Maybe

>C. Say goodbye

>D. Thank her for talking with you

>E. Ask about that boy that's been sitting by himself

>F. Something else
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>>1209501
>>C. Say goodbye
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>>1209501
>C. Say goodbye
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>>1209501
>D. Thank her for talking with you
>F. Go to the school's roif top. Nobody will disturb us up there.
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>>1209501
>C. Say goodbye
>F. go somewhere to cool down from how much social interaction we just did
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>>1209501
>C. Say goodbye
>A. You hope so
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>>1209525
>>1209524
You guys know you have class, right?
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>>1209501
>B. Maybe
>C. Say goodbye
>F. Something else
Start unconsciously drawing the first super natural entity we killed in our notebook while class goes by until lunch break.
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>>1209539
well then try to find a seat near the back to avoid everyone I guess. rooftop at lunch sounds good though
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>>1209539
fuck school senpai, lets go do some situps on the roof
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>>1209552
Grades are important, anon
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>>1209508
>>1209517
>>1209525
>>1209537
Saying goodbye, you leave homeroom, making your way to your first class and really beginning the day.

Classes are nothing to write home about. Most of your teachers don't make a big deal about you being a new student, since the school year is just beginning and virtually every student is new to them. Based on what they spend the entire period droning on about as far as curriculum, you're pretty sure you'll do just fine in this school as far as academics. And, at least some of the people here seem friendly. Rachael seemed like a nice girl, though that much social interaction is probably enough for one day.

Things go without incident until lunch. At that time, as you're making your way to the cafeteria you hear someone shout from behind you.

"Hey, you!"

You stop, unsure who's being addressed. When you turn around, however, and see three guys marching your way, every one of them looking at you, you figure it out.

The guy in the middle is pretty tall, with messy brown hair and blue eyes. You get bad vibes almost immediately. The look on his face, the two smirking boys walking beside him, the fact that other students are either stopping to watch or leaving as quickly as possible; you think you know where this situation is going.

"I haven't seen you around school before," the one in the middle comments as he marches over. "You must be new here, am I right?"

>A. Yes

>B. No

>C. Probably the only time this week, but yes

>D. You don't have time for this

>E. Ask him who he is

>F. Introduce yourself

>G. Something else
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>>1209571
It's our first day. On another note, school isn't a place for smart person like our character..
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>>1209625
Fair enough
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>>1209618
>A. Yes
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>>1209618
>C. Probably the only time this week, but yes
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>>1209618

>C. Probably the only time this week, but yes

yay the school bullies.
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>>1209618
>A. Yes
>F. Introduce yourself
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>>1209631
is school gonna be a big focus in this quest? I figured with a smart loner like us we'd be fine academically as long as we don't skip class too much

I'm fine with it being used to interact with other characters though, I'm not saying we shouldn't have to go, just that the class stuff might be a bit slow to most players
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>>1209618
>D
>G keep walking to the cafeteria
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>>1209618
>F. Introduce yourself
Ignore his questions, look him dead in his eye and tell him who we be.
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>>1209658
You won't be spending much time in classes, relax.
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>>1209683
just double checking, love you som
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>>1209658
I don't think so. But in Yu Yu Hakusho school activities wasn't something really focused on. It was more about school gangs and demons possessing kids and turning then into bullies/gang members. We might deal with something alike.
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>>1209632
>>1209654
>>1209650
>>1209652
>>1209669
"Probably the only time this week, but yes," you tell the kid. "I'm William Haywood."

You hear a few of the gathered kids chuckle at this, while the three in front of you just smirk at each other, the one in the middle cracking his knuckles.

"My name's Kevin," he introduces. "And I'm sort of in charge around here. You're new, so you probably don't know that we got a rule in this place."

He holds out a hand, palm facing upward. "See, new students are expected to pay a little entry fee. It helps make sure their school year starts smoothly and they don't have any accidents, get it?"

The two other boys start to circle around you, probably in case you try to make a run for it.

>A. Ask if he's really stupid enough to try this in the middle of the hallway

>B. Tell him to beat it unless he wants to have an "accident" himself

>C. You don't have time for this crap (try to walk away)

>D. Tell him that you aren't giving him anything, so he can take his best shot if he wants

>E. Give him a dollar

>F. Something else
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>>1209694
You, too
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>>1209744
>F. Something else
"not a chance, fancy pants"
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>>1209756
Oh shit, anon. Don't get crazy here, there's no need to use that kind of language
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>>1209744
>E. Give him a dollar
Stare at him back with a bored expression and just say "Okay", then start walking to the cafeteria.
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>>1209767
fine, change it to something else, you know the meme, take your pick

my favorite is "no way you gay"
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>>1209744
>F
Tell ya what, lets play rock paper scissors for it, you win, you get the money, I win, I get to punch you in the dick
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You know what? >>1209774 is right. Just give the poor boy a dollar.

>>1209744
>E. Give him a dollar
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>>1209744
>>1209774
This
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>>1209744
>>F. Something else
MDK
murder death kill
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Hey wait a minute...do we even have money with us?
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>>1209814
A little bit of lunch money
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>>1209793
>>1209790
>>1209774
You surprise me, anons, well done.
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>>1209821
Oh okay then. Man would be awkward if we didn't had our wallet with us. He would think we were trying to be a smart ass or something.
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>>1209774
>>1209790
>>1209793
Not feeling like giving this loser much more time, you decide to just humor him. Staring with a bored expression, you reach into your pocket, retrieving a dollar.

"Okay," you say, placing the bill into his open palm and turning to walk away.

"Hold on a second, kid," Kevin tells you.

Sighing, you turn to face him again.

"I appreciate your cooperation," he tells you. "But I'm gonna need a bit more than this."

>A. Why? Mommy and daddy didn't give him any lunch money?

>B. Fine (Give him another)

>C. Sorry, not your problem

>D. If he doesn't want your dollar, you'll take it back (swipe it from his hand)

>E. Something else
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>>1209864

>D. If he doesn't want your dollar, you'll take it back (swipe it from his hand)
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>C. Sorry, not my problem
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>>1209864
>E
The only 'bit' you're getting from me is a bit of cum from my giant cock if you don't fuck off

you gotta be edgier than the bully to beat them
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>>1209864
>D. If he doesn't want your dollar, you'll take it back (swipe it from his hand)

"Beggars can't be choosers."
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>>1209864
>>D. If he doesn't want your dollar, you'll take it back (swipe it from his hand)
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>>1209864
>C. Sorry, not your problem
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>>1209864
>D. If he doesn't want your dollar, you'll take it back (swipe it from his hand)
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>>1209900
>>1209893
>>1209888
>>1209875
>>1209869
ROLL
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Rolled 43 (1d100)

>>1209907
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Rolled 75 (1d100)

>>1209907
1d100 boss?
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Rolled 50 (1d100)

>>1209907
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>>1209915
That's right, anon
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Rolled 21 (1d100)

>>1209907
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>>1209923
Okay. Just checking, because you never know when things might change. Right?
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>>1209917
>>1209915
>>1209913
"Beggars can't be choosers," you tell him. "If you don't want my dollar, I'll just take it back."

With a speed that surprises even you, you swipe the dollar bill from his upturned hand, pocketing it as Kevin looks angrily between you and his now empty hand.

"Bad move, punk!" he shouts, pulling back his fist and throwing a punch right for your face.

>A. Duck!

>B. Block!

>C. Catch it!

>D. Just take the beating

>E. Something else
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>>1209961
>C. Catch it!
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>>1209961
>B. Block!
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>>1209961
>C. Catch it!
Ah hell yeah, Spirit Detective Quest.
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>>1209961
>A
>E
dodge and trip him
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>>1209961
>>C. Catch it!
Important, with the same bored expression
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>>1209961
>C Catch it

I also want us to spirit gun him in the dingus from a range when we get the chance. Shoot him in the nuts with it when he is going down the stairs. Time for us to kill our first man.
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>>1209961
>E. Something else
Dodge the hits so he ends up hitting his friends instead so we don't get swarmed, since at the moment they have us surrounded and more than likely jump in when our attention is towards this guy.
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>>1209961
>A. Duck!
>E. Something else

Trip him
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>>1209961
>>1209989
I'll change to A, actually, it fits better
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>>1209961

Do this:>>1209979


You guys are forgeting there is two more with him right? Catch of block it will leave us open for the others.
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>>1209961
>A. Duck!
just keep dodging/ducking until he gets tired or someone comes along and breaks it up.

This will be fun to explain to the teachers. "He wanted some money so I gave him a dollar and he got mad and started swinging"
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Changing from >>1209991
to >>1209979

Also reaper lewds for dice
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>>1209961
>A. Duck!
Trip/throw him

Now, I guarantee his 2 adds are gonna try to come in from the back. See if we can get in a position where we aren't being blindsided from the back.
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Rolled 43 (1d100)

>>1210029
Lets just get this 1 out of the way
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Rolled 75 (1d100)

>>1210038
Sorry this is the 1, that was a 43
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>>1210038
Don't you start with this bullshit.
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>>1210037
>>1210022
>>1210012
>>1210004
>>1209994
>>1209979
ROLL
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Rolled 65 (1d100)

>>1210042
rolling to avoid this bullshit
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Rolled 25 (1d100)

>>1210047
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Rolled 39 (1d100)

>>1210047
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Rolled 20 (1d100)

>>1210047
>>1210042
>>1210040
Sorry about that guys, here is the 1 we ordered
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Rolled 79 (1d100)

>>1210047

>>1210038
>>1210040
I hate you all.
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Rolled 69 (1d100)

>>1210047
Ignore this roll, it's bad. Take the next one
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Rolled 70 (1d100)

>>1210047
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Rolled 27 (1d100)

>>1210054
Shut up tomoko and let me sniff your armpits
>Rolling for Tomoko armpit stench
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>>1210053
>>1210048
>>1210040
>>1210038
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>>1210038
>>1210040
>>1210058
YAMERO
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>>1210069
I think I am gonna stop rolling Som, my highest was in the 40s and I havent broken 30 now.
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Rolled 27, 5, 51, 14, 84 = 181 (5d100)

>>1210075
you can have my rolls. here's 5 for you
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>>1210053
>>1210048
>>1210038
>>1210040
>>1210054
>>1210051
>>1210050
Alright, anons, I'll offer you a deal

I won't count either of these two anons

>>1210053
>>1210058
For that roll, but in exchange, none of their rolls can count for the rest of the night

Deal?

>A. Yes

>B. No
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>>1210082
>A. Yes
we need results
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>>1210081
Well those are about in line with what I was getting, here let me trade you one of my original rolls for those.

This one was handed down to me through my family over generations, my great great grandfather found this roll working in the dice mines in Colorado before he met my great great grandmother.
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>>1210082
>A
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Rolled 84 (1d100)

>>1210094
Forgot to actually roll, here you go, the family heirloom roll.
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>>1210082
>>B. No
That just puts more pressure on me
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>>1209372
Boo! WEN BROLY?
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>>1210082
>A. Yes

This way I can roll a bunch without anyone getting salty.
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>>1210103
Probably after the Android Saga
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>>1210082
>A. Yes
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>>1210106
Boo! WEN YYH movie the name of which I forgot?
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>>1210082

>A.

I'm okay with this. Fuck anons just trying to waste our rolls.
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>>1210104
>>1210086
>>1210096
Okay then

>>1210050
>>1210051
>>1210054
>>1210112

Congrats, you passed
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>>1210082
>A. Yes
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>>1210123
pls to gib waifu back
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>>1210122
Yay!!! I fucking love you SOM.
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>>1210128
Okay have her back.
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>>1210054
>>1210051
>>1210050
>>1209994
Kevin steps forward, his fist flying toward your face. Out of instinct, you duck, stepping aside and extending one leg, causing your attacker to trip over and fall to the ground.

As he starts to fall, he holds out his hands, pushing against the ground and stopping his face from slamming into it. That's probably a good thing. A fight is one thing, but explaining to your teachers why another student has a broken nose is really not a conversation you'd care to have.

As Kevin starts to get back up, his goons come at you from either side, neither one of them giving much subtlety as they come rushing with their fists pulled back.

>A. Try and block both

>B. Jump back so that they have to come at you from the front, and try to hit them before they can hit you

>C. Kick the one coming from your right

>D. Kick the one coming from your left

>E. Something else
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>>1210173
Can we duck as they throw their punches so they hit eachother?
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>>1210173
>C. Kick the one coming from your right
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>>1210173
>B. Jump back so that they have to come at you from the front, and try to hit them before they can hit you
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>>1210173
run like a bitch
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>>1210173
>E. jump back so they run into each other

>>1210192
kill urself, my man
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>B. Jump back so that they have to come at you from the front, and try to hit them before they can hit you
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>>1210173
this >>1210200
Minimal effort is the best policy
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>>1210178
>>1210200
>>1210213
You can try that
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>>1210173
>B. Jump back so that they have to come at you from the front, and try to hit them before they can hit you.
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>>1210173

>B.

They've taken the bait.
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>>1210218
>>1210178
Then that's my vote, as long as it's doable.
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>>1210178
Switching to this
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>>1210218
Let's do it.
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>>1210200
>>1210211
I think we have a deadlock
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>>1210264
is it just first to vote again wins or what?
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>>1210200
Let's be big dumb fools
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>>1210218
lets do this you fucking nerds
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>>1210283
>>1210273
>>1210227
>>1210200
>>1210178
ROLL
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Rolled 90 (1d100)

>>1210292
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Rolled 58 (1d100)

>>1210292
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Rolled 88 (1d100)

>>1210292
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Rolled 83 (1d100)

>>1210292
Fuck i'm late...
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>>1210292
>>1210297
https://youtu.be/b65MLS6_w9Q?t=593
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>>1210299
>>1210304
Well, those two are about to have a headache
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Well i will go try finish cooking some pastries. In the mean time, try to not kill William anons.
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Rolled 70 (1d100)

>>1210306
>>1210304
>>1210297
>>1210299
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Rolled 50 (1d100)

>>1210292
Here we go fucbois
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>>1210297
>>1210293
>>1210299
>>1210304
As Kevin's two goons come running, you stand your ground, waiting until the last second before leaping back, avoiding their hits. The results are quick and comical, with the two idiots punching each-other in their faces, causing each one to fall to the ground, covering their noses and swearing.

As they fall, Keven gets back on his feet, turning to face you and fixing you with a mean glare.

"You're dead, kid! Dead!" he loudly declares, rushing toward you like a charging bull.

>A. Rush him and give him a kick

>B. Rush him and punch him in the gut

>C. Try to trip him again

>D. Turn and run

>E. Something else
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>>1210357
>C. Try to trip him again
have him fall comedicly on top of his two friends if they're behind us
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>>1210357

>E. Something else
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
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>>1210357
>>C. Try to trip him again
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>>1210357
>E. Rush him headlong like we're going to punch him in the face, duck when he tries to punch us, then uppercut to the jaw with the power of our legs behind it
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>>1210357
>>C. Try to trip him again
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>>1210367
we don't want to kill the dude, man
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>>1210357
>>C. Try to trip him again
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>>1210367
Seems good enough.
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>>1210357
>D. Turn and run

All this shit is happening in the middle of the School hallway? We should just run don't want to have any bad rap inside the school. We can break his face and nose outside of school grounds.

Also isn't our dad a teacher or something?
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>>1210371
>Not wanting to drive before your enemies are able to, and serve lamingtons to their women
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>>1210377
You're in high school, your dad teaches at college
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>>1210379
Tripping is good enough for now, it's humiliating without risking permanent damage
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>>1210384
Oh, then we can just trip him a little bit more then.
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>>1210389
Well I want to risk it.
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>>1210362
>>1210366
>>1210368
>>1210372
ROLL

Also, you guys are aware that you could beat these three idiots easy, right?
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Rolled 53 (1d100)

>>1210398
but then we might get in trouble if someone saw up beat up 3 dudes. schools are retarded like that
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Rolled 66 (1d100)

>>1210398
This roll does not count.
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Rolled 45 (1d100)

>>1210398
Yeah, but fighting is too much work
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>>1210403
True
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>>1210398
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Rolled 95 (1d100)

>>1210398
family give me strength
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>>1210411
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>>1210407
>>1210411
Well look at that, what a shame my roll doesn't count :)
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>>1210411
>>1210408
>>1210403
Your first crit of the quest
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>>1210423
Well guess the dice like Tomoko more.
>>1210419
No it isn't.
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>>1210423
Wait wh-
>>1210122
OH NOOOOOOOOO
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>>1210423
yeah well your ID is pink
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>>1210463
The only pink you'll be seeing tonight, I'm sure
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>>1210474
My ID is a light red, does that count as pink?
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>>1210474
oh i'll be seeing your pink all night
right up until i paint it white
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>>1210481
yes
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>>1210474
Pink is quite fashionable this days.
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>>1210411
>>1210408
>>1210403
You get ready to trip Kevin up as he comes running toward you, but as you try to step to the side, he slams his shoulder into your face, causing you to stumble back, and letting him punch you square in the face, sending pain shooting through you as you fall back, sprawled on the ground.

Kevin stands over you, looking quite pissed. He glares down at you as he cracks his knuckles, raising his right leg and looking as if he's about to stomp on your face.

"What's going on over here?" a voice demands.

Kevin looks away from you, lowering his foot and taking a step back.

Hearing footsteps behind you, you pick yourself off of the ground and turn to get a look at whoever's coming.

He's clearly a member of the faculty, with black hair and green eyes, which are covered by glasses. He's dressed rather nicely, and has a look of great concern as his eyes shift between you and Kevin.

"Oh, uh, everything's fine, Mr. Stevenson," one of Kevin's goons insists.

"Then please explain to me why this young man was on the ground with Kevin standing over him," Mr. Stevenson instructs.

"I was just helpin' him up," Kevin insists.

Stevenson sighs. "Look, I don't think any of us care for all the bullshit that we'll have to deal with if we inform the principle about this. Is everyone okay?"

>A. Yes

>B. You will be once you beat their asses

>C. Shrug

>D. Something else
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>>1210503
>C. Shrug

>D. Something else
Yo do you want the dollar back?
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>>1210503
>A. Yes
spirit stuff when
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>>1210503
>C. Shrug
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>>1210503
>C. Shrug
>D. Something else

"That's the last time I try to help the destitute around here."
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>>1210503
>>C. Shrug
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>>1210503

>C. Shrug
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>>1210518
When you guys stop dicking around with the school bullies.

That encounter could have been over in two or three posts.

But, hey, you're certainly giving William character
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>>1210503
>C. Shrug
>D. Something else
"so you want the dollar or what?"
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>>1210539
Well, uh, what was the "Optimum route" then?
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>>1210547
This
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>>1210547
Curbstomping their asses

>>1210542
>>1210537
>>1210523
>>1210530
>>1210515
You cheeky dickwaffles
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>>1210539

>Letting the school bullies own us.

Like hell we'd become day one bitches. Although in all fairness, we basically trounced those three without ever raising a fist. That's gotta count for something.
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>>1210554
I read you, Som. I also read Gobble.
Being a cheeky dickwaffle means you two must be rubbing off on me.
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>>1210554
Well at least we had the first crit with the bullies and not with a demon.
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>>1210521
>>1210530
You answer with a shrug, which Stevenson seems to take as a "yes".

"Alright then, don't let me hear about you boys doing this again," the man warns. "Now get on to class, or lunch, or wherever you're going."

"Yes, sir," the punks say to him, each glaring at you when they turn to walk away.

The rest of the day passes without incident, and soon enough, classes end, meaning it's time for you to go home.

You notice that kid that was sitting by himself in homeroom walking down the sidewalk, nose still stuck in a book.

>A. Go talk to him

>B. Head home by yourself

>C. Stick around and see if Rachael wants to walk with you

>D. Something else
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>>1210598
Very true
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>>1210601
>B. Head home by yourself

If we're heading the same direction as the kid then say hi but otherwise he's busy enough, it's difficult to read and walk at the same time
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>>1210601
>A. Go talk to him
Loner spotted, time to channel our autism
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>>1210601
>>A. Go talk to him
One of us, One of us
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>>1210601
>>B. Head home by yourself
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>>1210601
>C. Stick around and see if Rachael wants to walk with you

We are becoming a true social butterfly today.
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>>1210601
>C. Stick around and see if Rachael wants to walk with you for a bit.
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>>1210601
>B, not feelin' it right now.
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>>1210601
>A. Go talk to him
"Hi."
<awkward silence>
"What topics do you like to read about?"
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>>1210601
>B. Head home by yourself
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>>1210601
>A. Go talk to him
hey, you like WoW?
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>>1210647
Hah!
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>>1210601
>>A. Go talk to him
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>>1210601
>A. Go talk to him

Plot hooks are always better than waifus.
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>>1210647
M O O N G U A R D - U S
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G
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>>1210601
>B. Head home by yourself
>D: See if you can see the cover of his book
Maybe it's a good read
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>>1210656
>>1210647
>>1210614
For some reason, you feel an urge to go talk to the kid. He seems to be heading in the same general direction that you are, anyway, so it works out just fine.

Leaving school, you catch up with him pretty quickly. He doesn't seem to notice your approach, nose still buried in his book. You can just barely make out what looks to be an illustration of a ghost or something when you come to his side.

You say hello, and the kid gives a jolt, the book flying from his hands as he yelps nervously, falling to his knees and covering himself with his arms. His body is trembling, and one eye slowly opens, turning up toward you.

"Hey....you're that new kid, right?" he asks, picking up his book and standing back up.

>A. Yeah, who was he expecting

>B. Ask who he is

>C. Ask what he's reading

>D. Apologize for scaring him

>E. Something else
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>>1210714
>E. Shrug
>D. Apologize for scaring him.
>B. Ask who he is.
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>>1210714
>D. Apologize for scaring him

Also ask if something's wrong.
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>>1210714
>A. Yeah, who was he expecting

>D. Apologize for scaring him
>C. Ask what he's reading
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>>1210714
>D. Apologize for scaring him
>E. Why so jumpy? You look like you've seen a ghost.
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>>1210714
>A. Yeah, who was he expecting
>D. Apologize for scaring him
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>>1210731
Imma second this.
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>>1210723
>>1210724
>>1210725
>>1210730
"Sorry for scaring you," you tell the guy.

"It's alright," he sighs, seeming relieved. "I just-nevermind. So, you need something?"

>A. Just wanted to say "hello"

>B. Ask why he's always by himself

>C. Ask what he's reading

>D. Something else
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>>1210795
>A. Just wanted to say "hello"
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>>1210795

>A. Just wanted to say "hello"
>C. Ask what he's reading
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>>1210795
>C. Ask what he's reading
>D. Do you believe in ghosts too?
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>>1210795
>A. Just wanted to say "hello"
>C. Ask what he's reading
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>>1210795
>A. Just wanted to say "hello"
>C. Ask what he's reading
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>>1210795
>D, ask why he's so jumpy
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>>1210795

>A.
>C.

Show interest in his hobbies, make a new friend.
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>>1210869
>Making friends

Normies get out!
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>>1210879
We're gaining a lackey.
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>>1210879
REE
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>>1210803
>>1210815
>>1210816
"I just wanted to say hello," you tell the kid.

"Oh, well, hello," he replies. "I'm Damon."

"William," you introduce. "So, what are you reading?"

"Oh, uh...." he looks down at his book, looking kind of embarrassed. "Well, it's about spirits. You know, ghosts, angels, demons, that sort of thing."

>A. Oh, cool, you started learning about those recently

>B. Oh, neat.

>C. Ask if he believes in spirits

>D. Something else
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>>1210919
>A. Oh, cool, you started learning about those recently
make small talk with him about that stuff, see how much he seems to know, if he's spiritually aware and all that
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>>1210919
>B. Oh, neat.
>C. Ask if he believes in spirits
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>>1210933
To "know" if he's spiritually aware, you'd have to get him to admit if he's seen spirits, which he may not be eager to do
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>>1210919

>A.
>C.

Nakama incoming.
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>>1210942
yeah, that's what I'm saying is just make small talk and see if he'd drop something like that. maybe tell him we've been "feeling" weird stuff lately
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>>1210919
>D. Do you believe in ghosts and spirits, too? Ever seen one?
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>>1210959
I'm fine with this also.
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>>1210941
>>1210933
>>1210944
"Oh, cool, I actually just started learning about those," you say to him.

Damon's eyes light up. "Really? What kinds of things have you learned?"

The two of you start walking together, and the two of you discuss some of the things you've learned about spirits. Your knowledge on the subject is largely different from what he's read, leading him to question where you've heard these things. You play it off as having read a book, and he seems interested in reading it himself.

"So, do you believe in spirits?" you ask him.

"Honestly?" he looks around a bit, seeming embarrassed. "Yeah."

>A. So do you

>B. Ask if he's ever seen anything

>C. Tell him you saw the spirit of a redheaded girl

>D. Tell him you saw some sort of creature in a field outside of town

>E. Something else
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>>1211009
>C. Tell him you saw the spirit of a redheaded girl
>B. Ask if he's ever seen anything
gotta start with us offering our own tale so he doesn't think we're stringing him along
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>>1211009
>A. So do you
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>>1211009

>A.
>B.
>C.
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>>1211009
>A. So do you
>B. Ask if he's ever seen anything
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>>1211009
>C. Tell him you saw the spirit of a redheaded girl
>E. Something else
So, if there's a Boss spirit or a King spirit or whatever, what do you think it'd look like?
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>>1211009
>C. Tell him you saw the spirit of a redheaded girl
>E. If he seems responsive and agreeable, describe the rest of the things that happened to us.
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>>1211022
>>1211025
>>1211031
"So do I," you tell him. "Once, I actually saw one."

"Really?" Damon asks, sounding just a bit skeptical as he looks over at you. "What did it look like?"

"A redheaded girl with bright eyes," you answer, thinking of Aria. "Have you ever seen anything?"

He looks down. "I don't know."

>A. He can tell you; you won't judge

>B. He doesn't know?

>C. Ask why he was so scared earlier

>D. Something else
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>>1211091
>B. He doesn't know?
>C. Ask why he was so scared earlier
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>>1211091
>>B. He doesn't know?
>>C. Ask why he was so scared earlier
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>>1211091
>B
>C
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>>1211091
>C. Ask why he was so scared earlier
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>>1211091
>B.

>C.
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>>1211098
>>1211107
"You don't know?" you ask, confused.

"Well, I could just be seeing things, or scaring myself into feeling things that aren't real," Damon tells you, his voice uncertain.

Maybe he's right, or maybe he's just in denial.

"Is that why you were so scared earlier?" you ask.

Damon shakes his head. "No, I-"

"Hey, dead man!" a voice shouts from behind you.

You and Damon stop, turning around to see Kevin and his two goons stomping toward you, the looks on their faces making it clear that they've come looking for trouble

"That's why," Damon tells you, his voice trembling.

>A. Tell Damon to run

>B. Tell Damon to get behind you

>C. Tell Kevin and his crew that they need to walk away right now unless they want a beating

>D. Tell Kevin that you won't hold back now that you're outside of school

>E. Ask Kevin if he has better things to do

>F. Something else
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>>1211176
>F. Something else
Don't say anything.
Just run up and punch Kevin square in his big fat face.
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>>1211176
>F. Something else
"hey man, need another dollar?"
then when he obviously tries to talk shit,
>D. Tell Kevin that you won't hold back now that you're outside of school
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>>1211185
My thoughts exactly. Rush him.
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>>1211176
>>F. Something else
Whip out a dollar before they get to you.
>A. Tell Damon to run
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>>1211176
>D. Tell Kevin that you won't hold back now that you're outside of school
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>>1211176
>B. Tell Damon to get behind you

>D. Tell Kevin that you won't hold back now that you're outside of school
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>>1211176
>>1211185
Supporting


I want to break kevin's nose
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>>1211176

>B.
>C.
>D.

Please don't bully the Damon.
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Time to punch some bullies real hard.
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>>1211224
>17
Supporting your supporting.
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>>1211228
>>1211204
>>1211195
>>1211188
>>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pyeUHyb6-s

"Damon, get behind me," you instruct the other boy.

Nodding fearfully, Damon does as you tell him, putting himself behind you, and hopefully keeping himself out of the fight that you know is coming.

"Listen, you three need to walk away right now unless you want a beating," you warn the trio. "I won't hold back now that we're outside of school."

The three boys exchange looks, then burst into laughter.

"Oooh, I'm shakin', right guys?" Kevin asks his little yes-men.

"Yeah, maybe we should run away!" the boy to your right suggests through laughter.

"There's no way the three of us can deal with this guy!" the one to your left says in an overly-dramatic tone.

Kevin chuckles, looking toward you and cracking his knuckles as he slowly steps toward you.

"That jackass guidance councilor stopped me before I could really have some fun with you," he tells you with a smirk. "But he's not here to stop me now. Too bad."

>A. "For you"

>B. Don't wait, just beat his ass into the pavement

>C. Jump up and kick him in the face, that should be plenty

>D. Give him a nice punch to the gut, take the wind right out of him

>E. Stand your ground and let him hit you to his heart's content

>F. Ask if he's going to fight you by himself this time, or if his boyfriends are gonna jump in again

>G. Please, you'll take all three of them at once

>H. Something else
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>>1211279
>>B. Don't wait, just beat his ass into the pavement
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>>1211279
Do
>>1210367

Let him walk up, drop down as he throws his punch, then spring up with our legs to add force to our uppercut.
A show of force.
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>>1211297
Note - This will probably break his teeth
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>>1211279
>B. Don't wait, just beat his ass into the pavement
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>>1211293
Seconding.
>B. Don't Wait. Just best his ass into the pavement.
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Also getting some bad rolls out of the system.
Don't worry, these don't count anyway
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>>1211297
How's about we don't semi-permanently disfigure a fellow student.
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>>1211318
He ain't gonna fuck with us after that, though.
Ever.
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>>1211324
>Implying he won't come after you with a gun
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>>1211331
By then we'll have a gun of our own :^)
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>>1211324
Easily beating him will do the same thing. Without any potential ramifications. Easy with the edginess.
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>>1211331
Implying we won't come after him with a car.
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>>1211340
Nonsense. We need more edginess!
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>>1211293
>>1211297
>>1211308
>>1211309
ROLL for VIOLENCE
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>>1211340
Alright, i'm just saying, y'know.
I guess we can uppercut a demon later or something.
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>>1211352
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Rolled 93 (1d100)

>>1211352
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>>1211352
This roll does not count.
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>>1211361
Nice.
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>we beat him nearly to fucking death
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>>1211353
There will be plenty of demons for you to battle later

>>1211355
>>1211361
>>
btw sominus, any chance Damon will be our sidekick in the future like kuwabara was to yusuke?
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>>1211393
That would be telling
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>>1211393
God I hope not. I'm actually hoping that our Kuwabara will be Kevin here.
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>>1211393
Watch it's Kevin.
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>>1211402
What, as a spirit?
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>>1211402
Would be awkward if edgelord got his teeth busting fix.
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>>1211417
Having read both Hajime no Ippo and Eyeshield 21, I can safely say that past bullies make the best comrades.
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>>1211423
What about Season 0 of Yugioh?
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>>1211361
>>1211355
>>1211293
>>1211308
You give Kevin no chance to so much as throw a punch, or even say another word. No longer afraid of teachers coming to stop you or discipline you in some way, you finally show your classmate what you're made of.

Having killed a demon, you expect this to be nothing but child's play, and you're absolutely right.

A punch to the stomach knocks the wind from Kevin's lungs, and the smirk from his face. His hands fly to the spot you hit, and he staggers back, groaning and grunting in pain. Before he can recover, or get too far away, you jump up and give him a nice kick to the face, knocking him to the ground, and, judging by the look on his face, into unconsciousness.

His two buddies look at him in total shock, terrified as they look toward you.

"K-Kevin?" the one to your right asks.

"Shit, man, we need to get him out of here!" the one to your left shouts.

>A. Tell them to take him home, and not to start shit with you again

>B. Just turn around and start walking with Damon

>C. No, they need a lesson, too. Beat their asses

>D. Something else
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>>1211448
>>B. Just turn around and start walking with Damon
And then just start casually talking with him again.
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>>1211448
>D. Something else
Toss a dollar on Kevin's unconscious body.

then


>B. Just turn around and start walking with Damon
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>>1211448
>>A. Tell them to take him home, and not to start shit with you again
>>B. Just turn around and start walking with Damon
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>>1211431
Never watched it.>>1211448
>D. Walk over to Kevin and drop a dollar on his unconscious ass. Then walk on home.
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>>1211448
>take him home, and not to start shit with you again
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>>1211448
>B. Just turn around and start walking with Damon

The message has been made clear.
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>>1211448
>drop a dollar on kevin
>start walking with damon
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>>1211448
>D. Something else
drop that dollar on him
B. Just turn around and start walking with Damon
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>>1211489
Switching to this
>>
I wonder if Kevin's regretting his decisions.

If he had just accepted the bribe he'd have saved face. And also saved his face.

Instead, now people are gonna know that William is someone who prefers not to give a shit, and if you force him to give a shit, it does not end well for you.
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>>1211518
Nah, only people who know are us, his goons, and what's his name. Damon.
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"Okay" -William on most subjects
His face when it's not okay
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>>1211489
>>1211515
>>1211482
Your point's been made, but you still can't help but add just a little bit of insult to injury. You reach into your pocket, retrieving a dollar bill, which you drop on top of Kevin before turning around and walking back over to Damon, who can't seem to decide whether to be impressed by your actions, or terrified by them.

He turns and walks with you, silent until he's certain that the two of you are out of earshot of Kevin's goons.

"What the hell was that?" he finally asks. "How did you do that?"

>A. Well, first you punched, then you kicked

>B. What does he mean? Kevin was a total pushover

>C. You have super powers

>D. He wouldn't believe you if you told him

>E. Shrug

>F. Ask if Kevin's been giving him a hard time

>G. Tell him that if someone like Kevin's ever giving him trouble, he can come to you

>H. Something else
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>>1211558
>E. Shrug
>A. Well, first you punched, then you kicked
>G. Tell him that if someone like Kevin's ever giving him trouble, he can come to you
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>>1211558
>E. Shrug
>D. He wouldn't believe you if you told him
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Fuck me i love our character.
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>>1211568
Seconding.
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>>1211558
>G. Tell him that if someone like Kevin's ever giving him trouble, he can come to you
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>>1211558

Supporting:
>>1211568
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>>1211558

>E. Shrug
>A. Well, first you punched, then you kicked
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>>1211558
>A. Well, first you punched, then you kicked
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?
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>>1211628
for what purpose
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>>1211628
why do you hurt us
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>>1211568
>>1211573
>>1211585
Shrugging, you give your answer. "You wouldn't believe me if I told you."

Damon looks at you with a mixture of confusion and suspicion, but doesn't question you further. The two of you make small talk as you make your way toward your homes, splitting up just a few blocks from your house.

"See you tomorrow!" Damon waves, rushing off in another direction.

You make the rest of the journey alone, entering your home to the sweet smell of your mom's cooking. It smells like she's made chicken parm tonight, and your stomach rumbles in anticipation.

"Will?" you hear your mother call as you enter the house. "Is that you, dear?"

You call back to her, letting her know that it's you.

She steps into the living room, smiling. "How was your first day of school?"

>A. Alright

>B. Bad

>C. Good

>D. You made some friends

>E. You got into a fight

>F. Ask how her day was

>G. Ask if dad's home yet

>H. Something else
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>>1211628
anon pls.
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>>1211642
>A. Alright
>D. You made some friends
I think
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>>1211642
>>C. Good
>>D. You made some friends
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>>1211642
>E. You got into a fight

>continue the brutal honesty with parents
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>>1211642
>>D. You made some friends

>>E. You got into a fight

>>F. Ask how her day was

>>G. Ask if dad's home yet
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>>1211642
>E. You got into a fight
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>>1211642
>D. You made some friends
>E. You got into a fight
>C. Good
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>>1211661
lold, this, and just gloss over the fight part like it was no big deal
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>>1211642
>A. Alright
>D. You made some friends
>E. You got into a fight
>H. Continue brutal honesty with parents about ghosts

We may or may not look like a nerd, but we ain't about to get picked on
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>>1211642

>A.
>D.
>F.

Will is a good boy! Defender of justice!
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>>1211668
I second this ignore previous vote>>1211656
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>>1211657
>>1211661
>>1211665
>>1211667
>>1211672

Why you all insist to push the envelope here with our parents? Parents don't need to know of our delinquent antics unless it's too glaringly obvious to hide it. Withholding information =/= lying.
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>>1211700
mom is cool, she knows what's up
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>>1211700
Are you saying we lie to our momma' anon?
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>>1211700
for comedy

>Welcome home son, how was your day?
>I killed an elder-god looking thing and saved a princess.
>That's nice, dear.
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>>1211700
idk about everyone else but I'm doing it to try and give him a consistent character. It's how he behaved before so why wouldn't he now?
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>>1211672
>>1211667
>>1211661
"It was alright," you tell her.

Your mom seems happy to hear this, as "alright" is about the most positive you usually are about things. "Did anything exciting happen?"

"Well, I made some friends, and I got into a-" you start.

"Wait, you made some friends?!" your mom asks in joyous surprise.

"I think," you tell her.

She looks absolutely giddy, which you find a bit embarrassing. But, considering the fact that she and your dad have spent pretty much your whole life attempting to get you to socialize with people, you guess you can understand her happiness that you finally have.

"That's wonderful, dear!" she tells you, actually seeming teary-eyed with joy. "Oh, I'm sorry for interrupting. What were you saying?"

"I got into a fight," you tell her.

She frowns for a moment, walking over to you and looking for any injuries.

"Well, you don't look hurt," she tells you. "How serious was this fight?"

>A. The other guy ended up unconscious

>B. You've had worse

>C. You don't think it was a big deal, just showing the school bully that you shouldn't be pushed around

>D. Ask how her day was

>E. Ask if dad's home
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>>1211726
>>A. The other guy ended up unconscious
>Guy just won't take my dollar after he asked for one.
>D. Ask how her day was

>E. Ask if dad's home
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>>1211726
>C. You don't think it was a big deal, just showing the school bully that you shouldn't be pushed around
>A. The other guy ended up unconscious
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>>1211726
>C. You don't think it was a big deal, just showing the school bully that you shouldn't be pushed around
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>>1211737
This
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>>1211726
>C. You don't think it was a big deal, just showing the school bully that you shouldn't be pushed around
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>>1211737
I support this
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>>1211726
>A. The other guy ended up unconscious
>D&E: How was your and dads day?
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>>1211726
>C. You don't think it was a big deal, just showing the school bully that you shouldn't be pushed around
gave him a dollar, though just to be nice
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>>1211724

Just remember, there's a fine line between "it's what my character would do" and derailing key moments in a campaign because "muh consistency".

But since our mom isn't going ballistic, I'll go along and see where it takes us being honest about even crazy shit.


>>1211726

>A.
>C.
>D.
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>>1211763
She's mostly happy that you weren't seriously hurt, and still overjoyed that you may have finally made some friends
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>>1211737
>>1211739
"I don't think it was that big of a deal," you tell her. "I was just showing the school bully that I shouldn't be pushed around. But, he did end up unconscious."

"What?!" your mom asks in disbelief and worry. "Will, what did you do?!"

Once you tell her that his friends took him home, and that the fight happened outside of school, she seems to calm down just a bit.

"Thank you for being smart enough not to do that in school," she tells you. "But this is serious. Hurting other students that badly, even when they start it, it can get you in a lot of trouble. Just, please don't do something like that again."

"Don't worry, I think he learned his lesson," you tell her. "I don't think he'll be messing with me again."

Your mom lets out a sigh. "Well, that's good, then. I'm not mad that you beat up someone who was trying to hurt you, I'm just worried about you getting into trouble at school for it. Just try to avoid these kinds of fights."

"How was your day?" you ask her now that she's calmed down a bit.

"It was fine," she tells you."I finished unpacking, did a bit of cleaning, made some dinner, and here you are. Your dad should be home shortly, then we can sit down to eat. Why don't you go get washed up?"

>A. Alright

>B. Tell her you'll try not to get into more fights

>C. Thank her for being understanding

>D. Something else
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>>1211817
>>A. Alright

>>C. Thank her for being understanding
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>>1211817
>A. Alright
>C. Thank her for being understanding
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>>1211817
>B. Tell her you'll try not to get into more fights
>C. Thank her for being understanding
>D. I only hit him twice, it's not like i beat him black and blue
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>>1211817
>>B. Tell her you'll try not to get into more fights
>>C. Thank her for being understanding
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>>1211822
>>1211821

+1
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>>1211817

>A.
>C.


>>1211826

>>D. I only hit him twice, it's not like i beat him black and blue

That edge is almost enough to cut my skin.
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>>1211873
>trying to point out that we weren't overly violent so that our mother doesn't think we're a sociopath
>edgy

I guess everything is edgy then.
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>>1211881
the issue is the way you said it sounded like a brag. word some and you'd be fine
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>>1211889
I figured it was clear that just telling her "he ended up unconscious" without further explanation gives the image that we hurt him a lot more than we actually did.
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>>1211839
>>1211822
>>1211821
"Alright," you tell her, moving to get yourself washed up for dinner.

Before you leave the room, you pause at the door, looking back to your mother. "Thank you for being understanding."

She smiles. "That's what family does, dear."

Just as your mom said, your dad is soon home for dinner, and the three of you sit in the kitchen, enjoying mom's cooking.

"How was your day?" your mother asks your father.

"Well, first day of classes, so not much teaching, just reviewing my course's syllabus," he tells her. "But most of the students seem like they'll be fine, though I'm already worried about one or two."

He looks over at you. "Speaking of students, how was your first day of classes?"

"He made some friends today," your mom answers for you.

Your dad looks pleased, and more than a bit surprised.

"Really?" he asks. "Well that's unexpected, but definitely welcome. What are they like?"

>A. There's a girl named Rachael. Very friendly, involved in school theater. Then there's Damon, keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, you guess

>B. Well, you think they're your friends now

>C. Shrug

>D. Something else
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>>1211899
>A. There's a girl named Rachael. Very friendly, involved in school theater. Then there's Damon, keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, you guess
>B. Well, you think they're your friends now

we'll see
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>>1211899
>>A. There's a girl named Rachael. Very friendly, involved in school theater. Then there's Damon, keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, you guess

>>B. Well, you think they're your friends now

>>C. Shrug
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>>1211899
>>A. There's a girl named Rachael. Very friendly, involved in school theater. Then there's Damon, keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, you guess
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>>1211899
>A. There's a girl named Rachael. Very friendly, involved in school theater. Then there's Damon, keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, you guess
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>>1211899
>C. Shrug
>A. There's a girl named Rachael. Very friendly, involved in school theater. Then there's Damon, keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, you guess
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>>1211912
>>1211927
"There's a girl named Rachael," you tell him. "She's really friendly, and involved in the school theater. The other's a guy named Damon who keeps to himself a lot. Birds of a feather, I guess."

"Two friends on your first day of school," your dad observes, sounding impressed. "I'm proud of you son, glad you're finally learning how to socialize."

The rest of dinner goes by peacefully, with both of your parents in high spirits. After a relatively pleasant evening, you finally head up to bed.

Once you close your eyes, they seem to open back up. You sit up in your bed, looking around and seeing someone standing just inside the door. Your eyes don't seem to have any trouble adjusting to the darkness, and you're able to tell that it's a young, red-haired woman with blue eyes dressed in green.

Aria.

"Good to see ya again," she greets pleasantly.

>A. Likewise

>B. Well, you figured she'd show up in your dreams at some point

>C. Ask what this is about

>D. Something else
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>>1211977
>>A. Likewise

>>D. More demons?
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>>1211977
>B. Well, you figured she'd show up in your dreams at some point
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>>1211977
>A. Likewise
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>>1211977
>
>A. Likewise

>B. Well, you figured she'd show up in your dreams at some point
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>>1211985
supporting
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>>1211985
>>1212002
>>1211991
>>1211986
>>1211988
"Likewise," you tell her, earning a smile. "I figured you'd show up in my dreams at some point."

Aria gives a chuckle at that. "Cute. But that's not why I'm here. There's something a bit more serious to talk about."

"More demons?" you guess.

She nods. "That's right. Lord Koenma would like to discuss that with you. Apparently, he has a job offer."

>End Updates

That's all for tonight, you guys, I hope you all had fun

Follow me @qmdralo to see when I'm running

As always, I'll stick around for a while
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>>1212031
what were damon, kevin and his lackeys thinking while we were kicking his ass?
what does damon i hate his name btw, it feels like a bad pun think of us now?
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>>1212031
Thanks for running, so what's the first impression that most of the students have of us now.
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>>1212035
"HOLY SHIT!"

He thinks you're a pretty cool guy. One of the few people that doesn't mock him for his interests, and he's glad someone put Kevin in his place.

>>1212036
Rachael thinks you seem like an okay person

The students who saw your hallway scuffle with Kevin think you're either brave or stupid, but were impressed with how long you lasted
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>>1212039
Do you have a schedule as to when you will DM? I can't find it on twitter.
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>>1212039
what does kevin think of us?
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>>1212040
My schedule can be all over the place, so it's hard to say in advance, though Monday's and Friday's are usually a pretty safe bet

I usually announce on twitter if I'm going to run a certain day

>>1212042
He hates you
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>>1212045
Today's monday.
You running tonight?

Way more interested in this than i was dragonball after we got into dbz anyways and earthbender
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>>1212048
Hopefully, we'll see what comes up.

Home for break this week, so I should be able to run more than usual
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>>1212051
Sweet, i'll be sure to sharpen my edges some more.
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>>1212055
Oh lawd
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>>1212061
at least it'll be demons instead of bullies
yfw i become this quest's suplex anon, uppercut-anon
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>>1212065
Oh God, they're multiplying
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>>1212067
>A. Uppercut him!
>B. Uppercut him!
>C. Uppercut him!
>D. All of the above!
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>>1212070
>not teleporting
what is this, 2012?
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>>1212100
Plebs, the lot of them
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>>1212045

From a rational standpoint, he should've seen it coming a mile away to cut his losses while he knew he wasn't getting things done the easy way. He basically kept poking the bear even when it's out of the cage.
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>>1212123
He thought he was tough shit
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>>1212131
so it's fine if he hates us, but is he gonna start shit again or did he learn his lesson?
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>>1212140
You'll see
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>>1212145
that's always a yes...
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We should only accept the job offer if they have casual Fridays. That way we can wear a track suit
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>>1212145
Well if the only witnesses to him getting his ass kicked are:
Him
His goons
The PC
and Damon

then all he has to do is intimidate his goons and damon into not talking.
We're not the bragging type, and if he stops making trouble for us then that's the end of it.
Nobody knows he got his ass kicked, he can even honestly claim he got a bribe out of us.
We get no trouble, he keeps his status, win/win.

... He's gonna fuck it up by trying to sucker punch or stab us openly on school grounds isn't he.
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Rolled 68, 67, 36, 70, 83, 8, 81, 68, 97 = 578 (9d100)

>>1212145
btw dice
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>>1212351
Nice
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>>1212405
can we be considered to be wearing a tracksuit at all times where we aren't specifically wearing something else purposefully?
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>>1212407
Idunno
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>>1212517
I just read the end of earthbender quest.
I don't know what happened to your other spirit detective quest(s?) but do you think you can hold back on your faggotry a little bit this time and not just kill us with something dumb and end the quest then and there?
I stopped following dragonball quest too after you killed tofoo for trying to dodge through an attack that he'd already dodged once before.
I don't even think he had a low roll.

God you suck sometimes, and it kills me because if you could just quit doing that shit, your quests would be great.
I'm literally disappointed in you. It's always the same shit, you never learn and you could be doing so much better.
It's not like you don't have experience, i just don't get it.
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>>1212522
The ending of the First Spirit Detective thread was kinda obvious how it would happen, we just kept throwing ourselves at the feet of a Demon Lord and it got us in the end, though i have heard that the Avatar Quests ends tend to be Kings Quest levels of "Rocks Fall"

Plus Death doesn't actually matter in Dragonball, so that's kinda a non-issue
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>>1212356
The issue is that he's a bully. He's doing this to feel powerful, and we just wrecked that fantasy for him. He's either going to run and hide every time he sees us, or, if he's an unstable bully, he'll up his game and bring weapons, more guys, or some other equalizer.
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>>1212553
or if this were more interesting, he'd end up tempted by a demon and gifted with some magical item.
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>>1212522
As opposed to figuratively disappointed in me?

>>1212561
Not a bad idea
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>>1212561
And then we beat the demon, free him of it's influence, and gain an ally who still has a fragment of demonic power. He'd be our Hiei.
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>>1212633
Really not a bad idea
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>>1212633
I was thinking more along the lines of we free him from the demonic influence, saving his life and leaving him spiritually aware. He then gains a sort of begrudging respect for us and becomes our kuwabara.

Either works.
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>>1212522
heres how it works anon.

the SOMNIUS has a hidden "fed up with your shit" variable that slowly counts towards 100. you can see clues to this when the SOMNIUS posts reaction images expressing frustration or other negative emotions.

At some point after a random value a given ROLL is actually a "fed up with your shit" ROLL. failing to exceed the current value results in death. success results in the value being reset, though experts disagree whether it is reset to 1 or 0.

loli has been proven to increase the FUWYS value more quickly. research is still ongoing.
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Interesting
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>>1212652
yep.
makes sense based on what i've seen.
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>>1212652
isnt it?

but yeah EbQ ended pretty shit.
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>>1212711
I regret very little
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>>1212727
I made a quick and dirty botan recolour for our spirit guide.
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>>1212741
Not bad, anon
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>>1212745
i like redheads over animu blue anyways
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>>1212749
But Botan was maximum cute
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>>1213040
No, juri and koto were maximum cute cute. 100% of 100% even.
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>>1213053
Koto I agree, wasn't crazy about Juri
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>>1213230
>>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ9lHrRrmG4
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>>1212741
Give her freckles and we're in business
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>>1213230
>>>/wsg/1565217
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The bedroom is dark, yet you can see perfectly. Sitting in your bed, you look across the room at the redhaired spirit, whose blue eyes are looking right back at you.

"Lord Koenma's expecting us," she tells you in that accent of hers. "If you're ready, I'll take you to him."

Her tone is serious, but not unkind, despite her clearly being in business mode at the moment. Hopefully Koenma will be in a similarly good mood.

>A. Ask how she's going to do that; you aren't dead anymore

>B. Alright

>C. Why can't he come to you?

>D. So, is this a dream, or what?

>E. Something else
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>>1213257
>B. Alright
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>>1213257
>B
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>>1213257
>B. Alright
>A. Ask how she's going to do that; you aren't dead anymore
>E. Why do you need my help? Don't you have some detectives in the area now? I'm still mostly just a normal human.
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>>1213257
>B. Alright
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>>1213257
>B. Alright
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>>1213259
>>1213260
"Alright," you tell her.

Aria smiles and snaps her fingers. Darkness begins to close in all around you, and slowly but surely you find yourself blind. That only lasts for a moment, however, as you find yourself standing in front of a desk in a familiar-looking office.

Aria is now standing off in the corner behind you into your left. When you look over at her, she moves her eyes toward the desk, and you turn your head to see Koenma leaning back in his chair, looking up at you.

"William, glad to see that you came so quickly," he tells you. "I appreciate not having my time wasted."

>A. No problem

>B. Tell him to just call you Will

>C. Tell him it's good to see him again

>D. Ask what this is about

>E. Ask how you got here so quickly

>F. Something else
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>>1213249
An attempt was made
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>>1213291
>>C. Tell him it's good to see him again
>>D. Ask what this is about
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>>1213291
>A. No problem
>B. Tell him to just call you Will
>D. Ask what this is about
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>>1213294
I don't see freckles
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>>1213257
>>A. Ask how she's going to do that; you aren't dead anymore
>>D. So, is this a dream, or what?
>>E. I can't really tell, you've been in all of my dreams lately
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>>1213291
>>A. No problem
>>D. Ask what this is about
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>>1213300
Under her eyes. I didn't want them to be too dark, but i guess they're too light too see unless you're looking for them.
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>>1213291
>>A. No problem

>>D. Ask what this is about

>>1213294
Light freckles, could be a bit darker or make her skin lighter so they stand out more.
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>>1213291
>>B. Tell him to just call you Will
>>C. Tell him it's good to see him again
>>D. Ask what this is about
>>1213302
Goddamn delay on phoneposting
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>>1213309
Oh, I see
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>>1213310
>>1213312
>>1213304
>>1213298
>>1213296
"No problem," you tell him. "But, you can just call me Will. It's good to see you again."

Koenma chuckles, sounding pleased with himself. "Yes, I'm sure you are. Not too many humans get to meet with someone like me even once, much less twice."

"So, what's this about?" you ask, not really caring to listen to his bragging.

The Prince of Spirit World folds his hands on his lap. "You've impressed me, Will. Not many humans are so quick to accept the reality of the Spirit World and demons as quickly as you were, and fewer still could have handled that situation with Suldon as well as you did. You reclaimed your body and took down a demon without so much as a scratch. Very impressive."

He takes his hands off his lap and floats from his chair, hovering over his desk and moving in front of you, floating at your eye-level.

"I'd like to offer you a job," he explains to you. "I believe Aria here has told you about our Spirit Detectives."

"Yes, sir," the girl says. "He also met Stephanie, if you recall."

Koenma takes a moment to think. "Yes, that's right. In any case, Will, you seem like you could make a fine detective. You'll be able to learn special powers, and get to use equipment that's very cool if I say so myself."

>A. Will you get paid?

>B. Powers?

>C. What kind of equipment?

>D. How does this work?

>E. You accept

>F. You decline
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>>1213343
>B. Powers?
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>>1213343
>>A. Will you get paid?

>>B. Powers?

>>C. What kind of equipment?

>>D. How does this work?
Got a lotta questions, Prince.
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>>1213310
I made them darker.
Does it need to be even darker than that?

>>1213343
>A. Will you get paid?
>C. What kind of equipment?
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>>1213343
>>1213346
>E. You accept

Changing to this. Gotta keep up our nonchalantness.
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>>1213350
Nah, that's pretty good actually. Really qt, gonna use our spirit dong to fug her.
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>>1213343
>>E. You accept
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>>1213343
>>A. Will you get paid?
>>B. Powers?
>>E. accept: "I can't just ignore this stuff now thay I know about it"
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>>1213354
I'm down with that.
All aboard the aria train!
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>>1213358
>>1213356
>>1213350
>>1213346
"Powers?" you ask.

"Surely you've noticed by now that your new awareness of your Spirit Energy has made you stronger than before," Koenma tells you. "With proper training, you can manipulate that energy through various techniques, and even increase its potency."

"Okay, but what about that equipment you mentioned?" you ask.

"We have various objects designed for our detectives," Koenma explains. "Each one is designed to help you in your work, and you will receive them as you grow in strength. Now, any more questions."

"Yeah," you tell him. "Do I get paid?"

Koenma falls out of the air and crashes to the ground, while Aria lets out a sigh.

"I'm giving you the chance to protect the planet and learn to use super powers, and you're worried about paychecks?!" he asks, flailing around on the ground like an infant.

>A. Yes

>B. Well, with a job like this, you'll probably be missing school, and definitely won't have time to get a normal part-time job

>C. He seems cranky. Does he need a nap?

>D. So, is that a "no"?

>E. You accept

>F. You decline

>G. Something else
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>B. Well, with a job like this, you'll probably be missing school, and definitely won't have time to get a normal part-time job
>G. I want to support my family if i can. A supernatural entity should have no problem supplying a modest paycheck.
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>>1213387
>>1213382
Also,
>G. This would also allow me to be gone for long periods of time without arousing too much suspicion under the guise of having a job.
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>>1213382
These >>1213387 >>1213389
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>>1213387
>>1213389
Makes the most sense.
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>>1213382
>>B. Well, with a job like this, you'll probably be missing school, and definitely won't have time to get a normal part-time job
E.Accept
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>>1213382
>D. So, is that a "no"?
"I mean it doesn't have to be money, it can be other things like lectures from the past great minds or something so I can at least be able to keep up in school."
>E. You accept
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>>1213419
Well, even if they don't have acces to paper money, gold and silver coins would also work, since we can easily sell them to pawn shops.
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>>1213389

Rational anon is rational. Supporting too.
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>>1213389
>>1213387
"Well, with a job like this, I'll probably be missing a lot of school," you explain to him. "And I definitely won't have time for a normal, part-time job. I just want to be able to help out my family, and if I get paid, I can explain away my absences by saying I'm working. I'm sure someone as important as you shouldn't have any trouble with modest paychecks."

Koenma picks himself off the ground, dusting himself off and floating back into the air, hovering in front of you.

"Very well," he agrees, though he doesn't sound particularly enthused. "You'll be paid, IF you accept the job and perform it well."

"I accept," you tell him.

"Excellent," Koenma tells you, turning around and floating back over to his seat. "I'm going to be assigning Aria as your assistant. She'll give you your equipment, and help you get some basic training."

He sits down in his chair, and Aria comes to stand beside you, a smile on her face.

"What do ya think?" she asks.

>A. Sounds great

>B. You're glad you'll be working with someone you're familiar with

>C. Yeah, sure, that's fine

>D. Isn't there anybody else?

>E. So, how will this work? Isn't she a spirit?

>F. Something else
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>>1213438
>A. Sounds great
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>>1213438
>A. Sounds great
>B. You're glad you'll be working with someone you're familiar with
>F. Give her a big ol' smile and a quiet chuckle
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>>1213438
>C. Yeah, sure, that's fine
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>>1213438
>>F. Wink
"I look forward to the hands-on portion of the training"
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>>1213451
this
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>>1213438
>A. Sounds great
>E. So, how will this work? Isn't she a spirit?
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>>1213438
>>B. You're glad you'll be working with someone you're familiar with
>>E. So, how will this work? Isn't she a spirit?
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>A. Sounds Great
>B. You're glad you'll be working with someone you're familiar with
>E. So, how will this work? Isn't she a spirit?
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>>1213438
>B. You're glad you'll be working with someone you're familiar with
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>>1213438
>F. Something else

Cool.

>B. You're glad you'll be working with someone you're familiar with
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>>1213447
>>1213449
>>1213462
"Sounds great," you tell her. "It'll be nice to work with someone I'm familiar with."

Aria gives you an agreeable nod.

A thought occurs, and you feel the need to voice it. "So, how will this work? Aren't you a spirit?"

"I'll provide Aria with a human form," Koenma explains. "It's pretty standard in these situations. She'll be able to contact you in the living world very soon."

"You can count on me!" Aria says with confidence, though you aren't sure if she's addressing you or Koenma.

"Now, if there isn't anything else, I'll let you return to your dreams," Koenma tells you.

>A. No, that's all

>B. When will training start?

>C. When will hunting demons start?

>D. Something else
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>>1213451

Do not flirt with the ghost assistant. We have Rachael for that.
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>>1213502
>>A. No, that's all

>Human form
Aw ye, time to seduce and grab the tiddy
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>>1213502
>A. No, that's all
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>>1213502
>B. When will training start?
>D. Your detective, Stephanie? She gave me quite the lightshow.

>>1213505
Remove chatterbox, qt irish ghost assistant all the way
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>>1213502
>A. No, that's all

>>1213505
>not flirting with qt ghost redhead
Absolutely disgusting, anon.
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>>1213507
Anon, please, your assistant is not for lewd

>>1213505
Anon, please
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>>1213518
Says who?
If we're going to have a waifu, and you know we are, it might as well be someone special and close to us.
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>>1213502
>>B. When will training start?
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Rolled 8 (1d100)

>>1213502
>A. No, that's all
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>>1213550
>8
Your roll still don't count. Ever.
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>>1213502
>A. No, that's all
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>>1213507
>>1213509
>>1213515
"No, that's all," you tell him.

"Very well then," Koenma responds. "I will bid you farewell. Pleasant dreams."

He snaps his fingers, and the darkness once again begins to close in on you, the office soon vanishing as you slip back into mere dreams.

The rest of the night is comprised of pleasant sleep, and nothing of note happens as you get up and get yourself ready for school the next morning. Your mother packs you a lunch today (a hoagie, some potato chips, and a soda), and sends you on your way.

Kevin and his pals don't give you any trouble on your way to school, and homeroom goes by rather quickly. Damon says hello when you arrive, but then goes back to his corner and resumes his reading, possibly due to the looks the two of you were getting when he came up to speak with you.

Once again, you're sitting next to Rachael, who asks you about your fight with Kevin in the hallway yesterday.

"That was really rotten," she tells you, looking angry. "He shouldn't be able to get away with pushing people around like that."

>A. It's alright; he didn't hurt you

>B. Well, you don't think he'll be bothering you anymore, at least

>C. Every school has its bully

>D. Ask how her day was yesterday

>E. Shrug

>F. Something else
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>>1213570
>E. Shrug
>A. It's alright; he didn't hurt you

Or anyone else

>D. Ask how her day was yesterday
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>>1213570
>>E. Shrug

>>C. Every school has its bully

>>D. Ask how her day was yesterday
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>>1213570
>C. Every school has its bully
>B. Well, you don't think he'll be bothering you anymore, at least
>D. Ask how her day was yesterday
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>>1213570
>>E. Shrug
>>C. Every school has its bully
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>>1213570
>F– You are right, it was rotten.I don't wanna talk about that.
And
>D
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>>1213570
>E. Shrug
>F. You paid him off, problem solved
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>>1213570
>E. Shrug
>C. Every school has its bully
>D. Ask how her day was yesterday
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>>1213586
>>1213581
Go ahead and roll for me
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>>1213618
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>>1213618
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>>1213618
Rolling to not get blindsided, huh?
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>>1213618
This roll does not count.
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>>1213621
>>1213550
s-still better than you..!
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>>1213624
Jesus.
Tonight's gonna be great.
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>>1213623
>>1213622
>>1213621
>>1213581
>>1213586
>>1213580
You give her a shrug. "Every school has its bully. But enough about that. How was your day yesterday?"

"Mine?" she asks. "Oh, it was great."

Something about the way she said that, you can't put your finger on it, but it sounded off.

Well, whatever.

"Attention, class," Mr. Owens calls from the front of the room. "We have another new student joining us today."

When you turn toward the front of the room, you do a double-take.

Standing beside Mr. Owens is a red-haired, blue eyed girl, dressed in a skirt and button-up blouse.

"This is Aria, and she'll be joining our homeroom class," Mr. Owens explains.

"Hello, everybody!" the girl greets with a wave and a smile.

You notice one or two students chuckling at her accent, while several of the guys seem to be checking her out. Most of the girls seem to be sizing her up, though she looks rather oblivious to that.

"Would you like to tell the class about yourself?" Mr. Owens asks her.

"Hmm...." Aria brings a finger to her chin. "Well, there's not too much to say. I'm just glad to be here."

"Alright then," Mr. Owens says with a yawn. "There's an empty seat next to Damon over there."

"Thanks," Aria says, staring over.

>A. Go ask what she's doing here

>B. Say hello

>C. Pretend not to know her

>D. Something else
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>>1213655
>D. Hey Aria, glad to see you made it here! How was the move?
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>>1213655
>>B. Say hello
Herro!
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>>1213655
>B. Say hello
>D. Wink at her

We Will the flirt now
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>>1213655
>D. Something else
Oh.
k.
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>>1213655
This >>1213666
Pretending she's an old friend makes things easier when she inevitably drags us away for demon duties, less questions
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>>1213655
These >>1213666

>>1213674
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>>1213674
Plus makes us look less weird, having female friends.
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Oh. Oh wait a minute.
>our parents faces when we bring aria home tonight for """""training"""""
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>>1213708
Anon, please, stop trying to lewd the Aria
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>>1213714
I have no idea what you're talking about.
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>>1213666
>>1213674
>>1213677
>>1213681
"Hey, Aria!" you greet as she walks across the classroom. "How was the move?"

"Hmm?" the girl stops, looking over at you. "Oh! William, so good to see ye! The move was no sweat, thanks fer askin'!"

"You two know each other?" one of the other students asks.

>A. Yes, you used to be neighbors

>B. Yeah, you used to go to the same school

>C. Yeah, you're old friends

>D. Something else
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>>1213758
>C. Yeah, you're old friends
We knew each other as children before she moved back to ireland with her parents, but we've kept up over the internet.
If anyone asks.
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>>1213758
>>C. Yeah, you're old friends
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>>1213758
>C. Yeah, you're old friends
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>>1213758
>Suggestive eyebrow wiggling
Oh, we KNOW EACH OTHER ALRIGHT
I kid.
>C. Yeah, you're old friends
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>>1213758
>C. Yeah, you're old friends
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>>1213708
>>1213671
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>>1213789
Rolling for hydration
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>>1213758

>C.
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>>1213758
>>A. Yes, you used to be neighbors

Something something windows were right across from eachother.

>>1213789
your point
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>>1213789
Wait, 6.57mb?
Goddamn, what's the file size on this- >>1213801

>69
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>69

>>1213796
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>>1213801
>that roll
GOD WILL SIT
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>>1213801
Jesus Christ, you can not be any more luckier.
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>>1213808
YES
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>>1213813
>5 minutes into spirit training and chill and she gives you this look
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>>1213818
>William still hasn't changed his normal bored expression
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>>1213818
D'ooooh there we go, som is on the Aria train, you've seen it here, folks!
The didgets demand it, god wills it!

All aboard the Aria train!
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>>1213824
>"Is it good, William?"

>"Yeah, it's fine"
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>>1213767
>>1213771
"Yeah, we're old friends," you answer.

"That's right," Aria says pleasantly, looking at you. "We'll have to do some catching up. See you at lunch."

As Aria walks off, Rachael leans back in her chair. "Well, she seems like a nice girl. Hey, do you know if she likes to act or sing?"

>A. You aren't sure

>B. Nah, not her thing

>C. You think she could be good at it

>D. Something else
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>>1213840
>C. You think she could be good at it
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>>1213840
>D. Something else

"She's great and she loves it, but she's really embarassed and shy. It might take a lot of effort to get her to come out of her shell, but it's worth it"
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>>1213840
>her name is aria

>A. You aren't sure
>C. You think she could be good at it
>D. I've never heard her sing, but you never know. I'll ask her at lunch.
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>>1213840
>C. You think she could be good at it
>D. Something else
She's more into the supernatural though.
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>>1213840
>A. You aren't sure
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>>1213844
>>1213847
>>1213873
"I'm not sure," you answer. "But I think she could be good at it. I'll ask her about it at lunch."

Rachael smiles gratefully. "Thanks. We're always on the lookout for new cast members."

Homeroom soon comes to an end, and your classes pass without incident. When you head to the cafeteria, Aria waves to you from one of the tables, and you go over to sit across from her.

"I've got a little surprise for ye," she says as you sit down.

Reaching into her blouse, she pulls out some small, round object that looks a bit like a monocle.

"Your first piece of equipment, what do you think?" she asks.

>A. What is it?

>B. You think it's pretty small

>C. You think she looks cute in that uniform

>D. You think she probably shouldn't be reaching into her shirt in public

>E. Something else
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>>1213847
"She might just be shy about it. It's never really come up, since we usually talk about other stuff."

Need an actual reason as to why we don't know if she can sing when we're friends.
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>>1213907
>>A. What is it?

>>C. You think she looks cute in that uniform

>>D. You think she probably shouldn't be reaching into her shirt in public
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>>1213907
>C. You think she looks cute in that uniform

>E. Something else
Rachel wants to talk to you about acting class
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>>1213907
>E. Take it and look at Aria through it
>E. Don't forget to ask her about her singing ability
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>>1213907
>>D. You think she probably shouldn't be reaching into her shirt in public
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>>1213907
>B. You think it's pretty small
>D. You think she probably shouldn't be reaching into her shirt in public
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>>1213907
>A. What is it?
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>>1213907
Would it be possible to vote for not C?
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>>1213912
>>1213930
It's obviously some type of demon-seeing goggle. Probably a lens of true sight.
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>>1213936
Can see through clothes IIRC, thus >>1213920
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Switching >>1213912 to >>1213920
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>>1213907
>>1213920
This please
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>>1213907
Kind of wish the flirting would calm down, but nonetheless, I still support >>1213920
If we're given a lens, it's only natural to look through it before making any judgements.
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>>1214018
I don't think we've actually flirted with her but once or twice.
Everything else has been OOC
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>>1214023
LASER SWORDS
COLOR OF TURTLE MASTER GI
MAPLE'S SURNAME
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>>1213920
>>1213947
>>1213968
Okay, guess peeping wins, be back shortly
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>>1214034
We don't know we're peeping :^)
It'll be good for comedy if nothing else.
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>>1214034
I am ready for the slap
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>Peeping on our own friend.
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>>1213920
>>1213968
>>1213947
Wait, could this be considered metagaming?
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>>1214064
duh
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very much so.
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>>1214064
Obviously, but it's funny.
And if you need an excuse, >>1214018
It's not exactly an unreasonable thing to do when given a monocle.
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>>1214064
Well, and I'm prepared to have William use this argument later
>the monocle is used for spirit detective stuff
>Aria is either a ghost who made herself be tangible and visible, or a ghost possessing some form of fake body (or a corpse and casting an illusion to make it look like her), or the above only she's not a ghost but is some kind of spirit or deity that was never human to begin with.
>Logically the purpose of a magic lens would be to identify non-humans, and since Aria is no longer one, the most logical thing to look at is her
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>>1213930
>>1213922
"I think you probably shouldn't be reaching into your shirt in public," you tell her, taking the small item from her. "Anyway, what is this?"

"It's called the Psychic Spyglass," Aria tells you. "With this you can see through skin, clothes, walls, pretty much anything."

>A. Look at Aria through it

>B. So, it's good for finding evidence

>C. You can use that to find concealed weapons, then?

>D. Pocket it

>E. Something else
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>>1214079
No need to argue in our favor. We literally didn't know what it did, so our first reaction was to just look through it.
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>>1214079
Like I don't know, thinking it gives some kind of spectral sight is a much more reasonable assumption than naked-vision, because that doesn't make immediate sense as something that it would be helpful for a spirit detective to have.
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>>1214095
>C. You can use that to find concealed weapons, then?
>A. Look at Aria through it
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>>1214095
>ruining it
Fine.

>B. So, it's good for finding evidence
>C. You can use that to find concealed weapons, then?
>D. Pocket it
>E. Is there a limit to what it can see through? Like, only so many feet of concrete?
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>>1214095
>>D. Pocket it
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>>1214095
>>E. Something else "Neat"
>>D. Pocket it
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>>1214095
Boooooo
>B. So, it's good for finding evidence
>E. Something else
It seems a bit conspicuous. Anyone can see/use this, right?
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>>1214095

>E. Something else

Hol up

Wouldn't it be useless, since you'd see -through- everything, and thus be unable to actually see anything?
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>>1214105
>Like only so many feet of concrete

What is this, Dungeons and Dragons?
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>>1214119
I dunno, man. Can we look straight down into the earth's core? How should i know?
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>>1214095
>E. So how do you control what you -don't- see through?
To rephrase >>1214114 's point
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>>1214095
>D. Pocket it
>E. Don't forget to ask her about her singing ability
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Didn't the last quest have this exact same thing? That's pretty lame
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>>1214101
We have to try.
If teenager me had that opportunity, no Matter how unlikely to work or how it might turn out, I'd try it
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>>1214137
Dice roll over 50 means YOU'RE lame.
... under 50 means that yes, yes it's pretty lame
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>>1214141
That's fair

>>1214145
HAH
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>>1214141
Absolutely. We've already shown we're In-character cheeky with our $1 stunt. what teenage boy could resist?
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>>1214137
>>1214137

FUCKIN LAME-O OVER HERE
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>>1214145
>tfw lamest being in existence
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>>1214095
I approve of your no metagaming policy

>>1214110
Seconding
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>>1214154
It's almost impressive, if it wasn't so fucking lame
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>>1214114
>>1214107
>>1214105
>>1214101
"So, it's good for finding evidence, then," you guess, twirling the spyglass through your fingers.

"Exactly," Aria tells you. "It goes by what you want to see. So if you want to look for objects hidden in pockets, for example, you just have to think about that, and that's how the spyglass will search. It takes Spirit Energy to use, so you should train with it when you can to build yerself up a bit."

You pocket the item, giving her a nod of understanding.

"I also wanted to tell ye that you've got yer first assignment," Aria whispers, leaning in a bit.

>A. And that is?

>B. Ask her to wait until after school so you can talk more privately

>C. Great, so you can cut school and go to work

>D. Something else
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>>1214190
>B. Ask her to wait until after school so you can talk more privately (unless it's urgent)
>D. Ask about singing ability
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>>1214190
>C. Great, so you can cut school and go to work
noice.
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>>1214190
>D. Is it urgent?
If so, leave, if not then it can wait until after school.
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>>1214190
>>1214202
This
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>>1214190
>>B. Ask her to wait until after school so you can talk more privately
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>>1214190
>B. Ask her to wait until after school so you can talk more privately (unless it's urgent)
>D. Ask about singing ability
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>>1214190

>C. Great, so you can cut school and go to work
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>>1214213
>>1214202
>>1214209
"Can it wait until after school?" you ask. "We can talk more privately then."

"Alright," she tells you, leaning back. "This can wait a few hours."

Remembering your promise to Rachael, you ask Aria about her singing.

"My singing?" she asks, blinking. "I mean, I sing about as much as any other person, I guess. Why?"

>A. Rachael's looking for people to perform in the school musical

>B. Just curious

>C. Shrug

>D. Something else
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>>1214275
>A. Rachael's looking for people to perform in the school musical

>D. Something else
See if we can use the lens.
Does it allow us to, for example, look through the sky to view the stars?
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>>1214275
>A. Rachael's looking for people to perform in the school musical
>D. Making friends will help you fit in, would be weird for you to just show up and not do anything or talk to anyone.
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>>1214292
Probably not
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>>1214275
>>A. Rachael's looking for people to perform in the school musical
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>>1214299
laaame.
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>>1214275
>A. Rachael's looking for people to perform in the school musical
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>>1214292
The sky is blue during the day due to the diffraction of light from the sun through the atmosphere, that is, lots of light bouncing off the nitrogen and oxygen (which is blue)
You're not looking through any more air than normal, it's that space is being washed out by blue light, just like it's hard to see past a bright lamp in the dark, except that bright lamp is coming from everywhere.

It's just bright.
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>"It goes by what you want to see. So if you want to look for objects hidden in pockets, for example, you just have to think about that, and that's how the spyglass will search. It takes Spirit Energy to use, so you should train with it when you can to build yerself up a bit."

I think it should, but, it might cost a lot of spiritual energy.
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>>1214352
Makes sense.

So while we're noobs we can only see through clothes
but as we level up, we can see through walls, buildings, hills, the sky, and maybe the whole planet
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>>1214299
Can we try to see how far we can look directly downwards later?
I want to see what happens if we shine a light through it, or if we try to take a picture through it.
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>>1214340
Blinding bright.
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>>1214340
Well the spyglass should let us look through air.
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>>1214352
I wonder if it can even handle large amounts of spirit energy passing through it.
It seems more like it'd be designed more as a precision instrument.

>>1214367
I just told you, it's not the air, it's the light.
Even if you look straight through the air, you're still going to see blue, unless it can selectively block light from our sun, but not other stars.
>>1214299 And som says it probably can't.
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>>1214378
Oh. So if you look through a building, you'll still see the illumination from all the electric lights in the building?

Cool.
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>>1214394
If you couldn't, it'd just be dark in there.
It'd be dark when you looked through anything.
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>>1214292
>>1214296
>>1214311
"Rachael's looking for people to perform in the school musical," you tell the girl.

Aria raises an eyebrow. "Will, you know I'm not here for that. Working as your assistant, I won't have the time for things like that, and you probably won't either."

>A. You know, but you promised Rachael you'd ask

>B. Come on, surely you'll have some free time

>C. It would help her blend in better

>D. Then why not do stage crew or something?

>E. Something else
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>>1214399
>A. You know, but you promised Rachael you'd ask
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>>1214399
>>C. It would help you blend in better
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I think of it as a focus item. What i mean by this? While we can't control then make our energy be focused without wasting away our energy.

So i believe it can handle large amount of energy and the better we start to control our own energy we will, eventually, not need it anymore. Justlike Yusuke stopped using the ring to shoot the Leigan.
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>>1214399
>A. You know, but you promised Rachael you'd ask
>C. It would help her blend in better
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>>1214399
>A. You know, but you promised Rachael you'd ask
>C. It would help her blend in better (in your off time)
>E. If you're still not interested regardless, i'll let her know.
>E. Ask her some basic things like favourite colour, food and so on, and come up with some basic backstory as to our history with eachother for when people ask
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>A. You know, but you promised Rachael you'd ask
>C. It would help her blend in better
>E. Besides you are a undercover detective. If you don't have a good cover and we end up with some demon inside the school he will work extra hard in stay hidden if he suspect there is a couple of spiritual detectives in the school.
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>I think of it as a focus item. What i mean by this? While we can't control then make our energy be focused without wasting away our energy.
English ain't your first language, is it?
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>>1214421
Yes and it's like 1 of the morning here.
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>>1214415
>>1214414
>>1214419
"I know, but I promised Rachael I'd ask," you tell her. "Besides, things like that would help us blend in better and help cover what we're doing in our off-time."

Aria crosses her arms, leaning back a bit. "Will, we discussed this last night with Lord Koenma, remember? You're getting sent paychecks and acting like you have a job. I can easily say that I'm working with you."

>A. Alright, fine

>B. You guess

>C. Nah, you need more covers

>D. Take out your spyglass and test it out (specify)

>E. Something else
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>>1214451
>B. You guess
>D. Take out your spyglass and test it out (specify)
So you got anything in your pockets? we wont be looking at her pockets, you know where we'll be looking
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>>1214451
>B. You guess
>D. Take out your spyglass and test it out (Look through the wall and search for Damon)
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>>1214451
>A. Alright, fine
>E. You know people are going to start saying things about us, right?
>D. Take out your spyglass and test it out (specify)

Look straight down and see how far you can look through the floor before it fades off.
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>>1214451
>A. Alright, fine

>D. Take out your spyglass and test it out (specify)

See how far we can see

Can we see:
Through our own clothes
To our own bones
Through a wall
Through the building
The other side of a mountain
The other side of the planet?
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>>1214459
He's probably in the Cafeteria somewhere. And you can't just have it block out all other people besides the one you're looking for. You can focus on seeing past a certain wall, but that's about as specific as you can get
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>>1214451
>B. You guess
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>>1214451
>A. Alright, fine
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>>1214451
Also,
>E. Acting like a normal person never hurts. If you're spending time at school anyways, you might as well make a friend or two.
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>>1214451
>E. Hand over spyglass for favors
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>>1214474
Wonder if we can get it to block out all numbers other than 5
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>>1214488
>>1214466
>>1214470
Okay, so taking out the spyglass and testing it out wins, but dare you try and take a peek at Aria? Or do you just try it in more innocent ways?

>A. Take a peek

>B. Do stuff like looking through your own clothes, the wall, and that sort of thing
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>>1214534
Dice:
1: oblivious to girls
2-50: No peek
51-99: peek
100: max lewd
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>>1214534
>>B. Do stuff like looking through your own clothes, the wall, and that sort of thing

Will is not a perv like Yusuke.
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>>1214542
I guess is a good thing your rolls don't count.
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>>1214534
No, there's no point to peeking now that we know we'd be doing it, i think it's out of character.

>B. Do stuff like looking through your own clothes, the wall, and that sort of thing

Also, i would again to try establish a sort of alibi. Get our story straight. If someone catches us talking about ghosts, we can just say that we both like fiction. Books, movies, games and so on.
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>>1214547
They count tonight, so that's a vote for A
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>>1214534
B works.
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>>1214534
>B. Do stuff like looking through your own clothes, the wall, and that sort of thing
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>>1214534

>B. Do stuff like looking through your own clothes, the wall, and that sort of thing

Anybody would be tempted to use it to perv, but she knows how the thing works. Use it on unsuspecting folk.
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>>1214544
>>1214557
>>1214455
"Alright, fine," you sigh, reaching into your pocket and retrieving the spyglass.

For the rest of lunch, you use it to peer through your own clothes, look through walls, and even through your own skin. Once all's said and done, you feel rather drowsy, and you doze off quite a bit in your remaining classes.

When the day comes to an end, you find Aria waiting for you outside of school.

"Hey," she greets, walking up to you. "So, ready fer work?"

>A. Yep

>B. You know, people are probably going to start saying things if you spend all your time together like this

>C. You want to walk part of the way home with Damon first

>D. Something else
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>>1214589
>A. Yep
>C. You want to walk part of the way home with Damon first
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>>1214589
>Yep.
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>>1214589
>A. Yep
>B. You know, people are probably going to start saying things if you spend all your time together like this
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>>1214589
>A. Yep
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>>1214589
>A. Yep
>B. You know, people are probably going to start saying things if you spend all your time together like this
>D. I probably used a fair bit of my energy learning how to use the glass, and it left me noticeably tired. Any tips for recovering it more quickly?
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>>1214589
>A. Yep
>C. You want to walk part of the way home with Damon first

we can use the spyglass to take a peek at the girls in class right? as long as Aria doesn't see us no one should know
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>>1214600
>yfw she says sex.
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>>1214605
You could if you wanted, yes
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>>1214614
SOM don't encourage it.
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>>1214589
>>1214600
The question about how to recover energy makes sense.
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>>1214620
I'm not encouraging it
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>>1214633
Saying it can be a option is a encouragement by itself.
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>>1214633
You keep setting it as a default option even though you intentionally ruined the only natural chance we ever would have had for it to happen because muh metagaming.
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>>1214589
>A. Yep
>B. You know, people are probably going to start saying things if you spend all your time together like this
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>>1214593
>>1214596
>>1214598
>>1214600
>>1214630
"Yep," you tell her.

"Good, then let's get goin'," Aria tells you, leading the way as the two of you walk away from the school.

"You know, people are going to start saying things if we keep spending all of our time together like this," you point out to Aria, who shrugs her shoulders.

"I didn't figured ye'd care what others have to say about ye," she comments. "But I can make sure not to spent so much time with ye in school if that'll make ye feel better."

"Speaking of feeling better, I think I used a lot of my energy learning how to use the spyglass," you tell Aria. "Any tips for quick recovery?"

"Rest's the only advice I can give," she tells you, slowing down a bit so that you can walk beside her. "For now, let's find a place to sit down so you can rest just a bit while I tell ye about the mission."

Finding a bench, the two of you sit next to each-other, and Aria starts rifling through her backpack, retrieving a folder labelled "Runo". She opens it up, and you're greeted by an image of some shirtless, gray-skinned beast with long hair, two horns, clawed hands, and glowing red eyes. He's thankfully partially clothed, but only in what looks like a loincloth. Looking at another image in the folder, you can see that this thing has a tail as well.

"This is Runo," Aria explains, glancing over at you. "Spirit World's been trackin' him fer months. His kind burrow into the minds of humans, possessin' them and usin' 'em to cause pain, misery, and fear."

>A. How strong is he?

>B. So, does Spirit World know where he is?

>C. What sort of things does he do with people he possesses?

>D. Something else
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>>1214674
>A. How strong is he?
>D. How susceptible am i to his mind control?
>D. What's the catch, why am i needed?
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>>1214674
>D. Do you know if he can posses dead our soulless bodies? He could be the one that gave the tongue to the other dude.
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>>1214674
>A. How strong is he?
>B. So, does Spirit World know where he is?
>D. How susceptible am i to his mind control?
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>>1214674
>D. How do I find him and
>D. Will punching him solve this problem?
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I guess we can use the spyglass to find the demon if he is possessing someone.
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>>1214674
>D. How do I get him out of bodies?
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>>1214639
Yusuke was a bit of a perv and slapped Kaiko's ass and groped her a few times, then again she was his default girlfriend and the only other time he groped someone was a shemale who he was cupchecking so he wouldnt feel bad about fighting "her"
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>>1214713
And how does that relate to us, exactly?
We're not yusuke.
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>>1214689
>>1214694
>>1214693
"How strong is he?" you ask.

"By himself?" Aria asks in turn. "Physically, not at all. And when he possesses a person, he gains their strength. So he'll probably only be as strong as a human when ye find him."

"Could he take over my body?" you ask.

"Not likely," Aria answers with a shake of her head. "Runo seeks the minds of hateful, sadistic, or cruel individuals, finding their base emotions easy to warp. Those with weaker minds make even easier targets fer him. But ye don't seem to match those qualities, and yer spiritual awareness makes ye harder to control."

>A. Any idea where he is?

>B. So, how do you get him out of a person?

>C. Was he alone?

>D. Does she think this has anything to do with Suldon and the tongs?

>E. Something else
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>>1214725
>A. Any idea where he is?

>B. So, how do you get him out of a person?

>D. Does she think this has anything to do with Suldon and the tongs?
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>>1214725
>E. Something else
How I find
Do punch work
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>>1214725
>B. So, how do you get him out of a person?
>D. Does she think this has anything to do with Suldon and the tongs?
>E. Maybe Runo was looking for a good body he could permanently inhabit
>E. What should i do with him in the end? Can i just kill him, or do you prefer to sentence them if possible?
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>>1214735
that second part should have been E not D, I'll delete and revote

>>1214725
>B. So, how do you get him out of a person?
>E. how do I catch him? like, do I just tie him up or do we have handcuffs or something?
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>E.

Tell Aria about Kevin. Maybe he is a possible candidate, given the beaten we've recently given him and his general attitude.
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>yfw it's Damon
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>>1214771
voting to add this
Also B
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>>1214725
>A. Any idea where he is?
>D. Does she think this has anything to do with Suldon and the tongs?
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>>1214754
>>1214771
>>1214783
"How do I get him out of a person?" you ask Aria.

"If you damage the person enough, or say, knock 'em out, he'll leave the body and try to find a new host," she explains. "The problem is that demons like Runo like to surround 'emselves with lackeys. They're smarter than most demons of their class; they place themselves as the heads of gangs, cults, terrorist organizations, even extremist activist groups. They can bring down entire cities with their actions, sometimes worse."

Okay, that sounds serious. So this Runo guy will be looking for somebody that's either a complete monster, or just full of hate. You know somebody who fits that bill.

Kevin.

You explain to Aria about Kevin and the run-ins that you had yesterday, positing that the school bully could be a potential target for Runo.

"It's certainly possible," Aria agrees. "But there are sure to be plenty o' people in this town just as bad as he is, if not worse."

>A. So he's someplace in this town?

>B. Where should you start looking?

>C. Great, so you're up against a demon that could be controlling anyone, and probably a bunch of thugs working for him

>D. Koenma mentioned abilities. Any that could help you with this?

>E. Any more equipment that might be useful?

>F. Something else
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>>1214833
>D. Koenma mentioned abilities. Any that could help you with this?
>E. Any more equipment that might be useful?
anything that could help us find him?
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>>1214833

>B.
>D.
>E.
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>>1214833

>B. Where should you start looking?
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>>1214833
>B
>D
>E. Any idea what he wants other than general mayhem and suffering?
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>>1214833

>B. Where should you start looking?
>C. Great, so you're up against a demon that could be controlling anyone, and probably a bunch of thugs working for him
>D. Koenma mentioned abilities. Any that could help you with this?
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>>1214833
>D. Koenma mentioned abilities. Any that could help you with this?
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>>1214865
>>1214839
>>1214844
"Where should I start looking?" you ask.

"Your local news, probably," Aria answers. "Also , keep an eye on that Kevin boy if ye think he may have been possessed. I'll see what I can find, and report back to ye when I get the chance."

"Well, any more equipment that I could use?" you ask.

"Well, there is one thing, but it might not help ye right away," Aria tells you, reaching into her blouse and pulling out what looks like some kind of watch. "It's called the Demon Compass. It can track demonic energy, though it can be rather unreliable until it's been in close proximity to a demon you identify. Basically, if ye find Runo and he somehow gives ye the slip, the compass should be able to track him down no problem. But until ye find who Runo's possessing, it won't do ye too much good."

Putting the new item on your wrist, you look at her. "Koenma mentioned special powers. Anything that could help with this?"

Aria shoves the folder back into her backpack and stands up, turning toward you. "You're just learning the basics of controlling your Spirit Energy, but ye should be able to handle the most basic attack. Koenma came up with it himself."

She puts her backpack back on as you stand up, asking her what it's called.

"The Spirit Gun."

>End Updates

That's all for tonight, anons, I hope you all had fun

Follow me @qmdralo to see when I'm running

As always, I'll stick around for a while
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>>1214949
thanks for running!
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>>1214966
Thanks for playing
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>>1214969
so will there be consequences for improper use of the eyeglass thing?
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>>1214987
Depends on what you do/when you do it/ if you're caught
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>>1214997
no QM consequences though? you'll let us get away with it if we want to?
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>>1215003
Again, depending on how you go about it, I really don't care. If you spent entire threads perving on girls or something, though, I will get tired of it and do something about it.
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>Accidentally peek at a child at the beach with the eyeglass
>The whole Spirit World gets the FBI on Will as well as putting him on a list
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>>1215064
Oh God
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>>1215064
"Officer, I swear, she's a 30 year old Demon!"
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