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You are Nawakubi Hanano, a loving onee-san and now, magical girl.

Through meeting an ancient witch, you had awakened to power that was sleeping within you, and now its your job to hunt, kill, or apprehend four specific other girls who's in contact with your beloved brother.

Current Abilities

Katyusha:
Two pistols that fire bullets made out of pure magical energy. These are/act as your magical catalyst to cast spells.
- Roaring Love Song:
Remotely cast and control magical circles that fires a continuous barrage of destructive blasts.
- Bullet Time:
Enter a seven second state. Within it, your body and senses speed up to an inhuman degree, everything around you slowing down. Cannot use after a three minute period when exiting this state.
- Magic Platform:
Create a platform. Additionally, it can be used as a shield, the amount of layers created increasing the amount it can block.
>>
"Oi! Lizard! You there?" you say loudly.

Nothing returns an answer, your room silent as it can ever be. Albilio wasn't present, or that's what it looks like.

Deciding on the next plan, you get out of the house. Eiji is still in his room and your parents are out as well. Opening the front door, you stop at the street's sidelines, looking both ways of the passage. There, in the distance, was the bridge where you first met the monster.

You walk to it, the arch growing in size as you come closer and closer. Reaching it, you then place yourself in the middle of the bridge, the river flowing downwards from where you're facing.

"Albilio, you here?" you ask out loud again.

"...I'm here, Nawakubi. Was is it that it garners my presence?" says a disconnected voice, seemingly behind you.

Quickly, you turn around. There was nothing there but the view of the gleaming river and the houses at the sides that formed your suburb. A sensation glides across your arms, a hand tickling your skin. Jerking your arm into yourself you try to scout out the area around you. The white creature was nowhere to be seen but you can picture him here-- it then hits you. He's invisible.

"Realized it? It was soon enough," Albilio's voice says. "If you're wanting me to show myself then I can't. It'll draw attention."

"Whatever, I'll get to the point. I found out that these girls are using a secrecy seal or something. Maybe that's why you're master, or queen, is having difficulties."

"A secrecy seal? That's a mighty yet complex spell. Nonetheless...It explains a lot of things. How did you come across this information, please do tell."

> "My friend, Suzukawa Oneko, managed to break through it unknowingly."
> "Suzukawa Oneko, I think she's also a point of interest."
> "Unless you tell me first about how you almost harmed Eiji."
> write-in
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>>2972992
> "Unless you tell me first about what you were planning on doing with Eiji, he mentioned his encounters with you."
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>>2973030

"Unless you tell me first about what you were planning on doing with Eiji. He mentioned his encounters with you," you say to the unseen creature.

"I'll correct you. I didn't try to harm your brother, I'm just a watcher, a spy. It was probably another henchman. Since then, we changed up our strategy into something more covert. We aren't after your brother, so see comfort in that," Albilio explains. "See? Considerate we are. Now it's your turn."

> "My friend, Suzukawa Oneko, somehow managed to break through it unknowingly."
> "Suzukawa Oneko, I think she's a point of interest."
> "That doesn't excuse Morgan's past plans. Stay away from him or the exchange is off."
> write-in
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>>2973078
>"One of my friends somehow managed to break through it unknowingly, through what I assume was sheer dumb luck."

>"By the way, I can't keep walking out here every time I need to tell or ask you something. You need to give me a way to contact you or your queen more quickly and covertly, or someone will eventually notice something is up."
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>>2973078
>> "That doesn't excuse Morgan's past plans. Stay away from him or the exchange is off."
>>I have my ways. All it takes is a little coercion from my little brother.
Stay away from our brother reeeeeeeeeeeee

Also seriously? Giving some information about "our" friend? no no don't do that. Don't reveal your cards unless we are sure we can benefit with it.
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>>2973078
>>2973120
+1
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>>2973078
>I have my ways. All it takes is a little coercion from my little brother.
>I do suggest that you keep away from him if you still want my loyalty.
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>>2973120
+1
>>
>>2973120
>>2973141
>>2973225

"One of my friends somehow managed to break through it unknowingly to what I assume was sheer dumb luck. And by the way, I can't keep walking here if I need to talk to you, you need to give me a way to contact you or your queen or someone will notice that something's up."

Albilio agreed, "True, true. It would be weird for a girl to come to the bridge everyday to talk to herself. Might make people think you're suicidal, kehaha! Take this then, I have no need for it."

Out of nowhere a necklace hits the back of your head, dropping onto the ground. It was a small, red stone, a translucent crystal that turned the sun's light into a dark red color. Picking up, you inspected it, looking at it with a skeptical eye.

"What's this?"

"A communication crystal. Use it to get in contact with my queen. Over the years, its use suffered, now its yours. Though, I'll have to alarm Morgan, who has the other pair-- Now then," changing the flow of the conversation, "That friend. During my time of spying on you I know that you barely have much of them. You're talking about Suzukawa, right?"

You get taken aback, Albilio irking you, "...And what if you're right?"

"Heheha, Nawakubi, please don't doubt me. That Suzukawa was something of a second plan. She, too, has magical potential inside of her. Albeit, not as much as you or your brother but she's still an impressive one. But to break through spells...That's news most rewarding!"

> "So you were already planning to rope her into this?"
> "Oneko in a dress? Please, that's a sight worth a million."
> "How does her joining me sound? I can say that four on one isn't a favorable match."
> "She's useful, and I had plans for her to join me. But convincing her is what I'm most concerned about."
> write-in
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>>2973267
>"Do you mind if I attempt to talk to her about it? She might be more open to me that she would be to someone like you."
>>
>>2973267
>"How'd you plan to rope her in? She doesn't seem the type for it as far as I can tell."
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>>2973275
>>2973295
Both of these
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>>2973267
>"How'd you plan to rope her in? She doesn't seem the type for it as far as I can tell."
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>>2973267
>"Do you mind if I attempt to talk to her about it? She might be more open to me that she would be to someone like you."
>"How'd you plan to rope her in? She doesn't seem the type for it as far as I can tell."


Hey OP, next time also put the link of the new thread in the old one. People tend to wait there instead of checking the catalog for the new quest.
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>>2973267
> "She's useful, and I had plans for her to join me. But convincing her is what I'm most concerned about."
Pretty sure she's gay for our character
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>>2973267
>"How'd you plan to rope her in? She doesn't seem the type for it as far as I can tell."
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>>2973275
>>2973295
>>2973297
>>2973330
>>2973331
>>2973392

"How'd you plan to rope her in? She doesn't seem the type for it as far as I can tell."

"Well that's where you're wrong, for you see, Suzukawa is a different personage. Under that front of hers is another face, very much like you in fact. While you seek love through violent and discording means, actively vying for your brother, Suzukawa hides her love towards you. And yes, you. Granted, she's a lot more good than you are evil, but one sure promise is expected for her to join us."

"You say some interesting words, salamander. Really sounds like you're lying."

"I never lie, Nawakubi, but your joke makes me grin. A creature such as myself maybe horrid but lying is something I don't do."

"Hmph. You're words are honey but you lack to restrain the bees," you shot back, "Moving on, do you mind if I attempt to talk her about it? She might be more open to me than than to you."

"I'd be welcome to, makes my job a bit easier if there's a human communicating to other humans for me. That and more capable hands to help my queen. You're sure to convince her too as you are a long-time friends of hers."

> "Then shall I go to her house now? The sky is on dusk's door - time is free."
> "You probably know where Suzukawa-san lives, but please don't follow me to her."
> "Then I'll try to. But for now, I have other stuff to focus on."
> write-in
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>>2973331

Woops, sorry. Didn't think you could link separate threads.
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>>2973415
>"Then I'll try to. But for now, I have other stuff to focus on."
It's fucking nighttime, we need sleep.
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>>2973415
>> "Then I'll try to. But for now, I have other stuff to focus on."

This will be good.
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>>2973415
> "Then I'll try to. But for now, I have other stuff to focus on."
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>>2973415
> "Then shall I go to her house now? The sky is on dusk's door - time is free."
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>>2973415
>"I'll settle her myself on my own time then. For now, I'll head off. Can't stand around here talking to myself forever without attracting attention."

>"Now that I have a way to contact you and Morgan, I'll need you to tell me more about the group I'll be going up against. You must have some knowledge of them, which is more what I have. Hold nothing back; any information at all could give me an edge against them."
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>>2973415
>>"I'll settle her myself on my own time then. For now, I'll head off. Can't stand around here talking to myself forever without attracting attention."
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>>2973461
>>2973485
Supporting
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>>2973428
>>2973432
>>2973438
>>2973461
>>2973485
>>2973490

"Then I'll try to settle her myself on my own time. For now, I'll head off, I have other stuff to focus on. Can't stand around here looking like I'm talking to myself forever without attracting some kind of attention."

"Then I bid you farewell. Hope that crystal comes in handy."

The air regains its normal silence, no presence clouding the area of the bridge. Faint steps could be made out but was too alike to a falling feather, quiet and soundless. Dusk was upon you, the sun gone, down below the horizon with a blackness leaking out. It took the planetary star's place, painting the sky into a dark purple. But even though the night was just arriving, the light still shines from below.

You leave the bridge, crossing back into your local path from the middle of the arch. Strolling down the pavement, you pass a mother and daughter, hand-in-hand, as they smile with gleeful faces. The picture was short-lived however, the pair turning the corner as you too.

> Return home
> Go to the nearby forest you previously trashed
> Start searching for the four magical girls
> write-in
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>>2973663
>Go to another forest or empty field.

Time to test our abilities more.
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>>2973663
>Go to another forest or empty field.
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>>2973663
>Return home
Play it safe for now. Don't attract attention. And buy a damn mask so they can't identify our face if they ever come across us while we're training.

Oh, and on a whim, see what those bugs we have say about Eiji's current location.
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>>2973663
>Return home
Get a mask or create one with our magic to cover our face
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>>2973663
> Return home
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>>2973674
>>2973684
>>2973688

Soon, you return to your house. In the driveway was your father's car, parked slightly to the right side of your family's property in a indentation. Entering through the front door, your father meets you in the living room, relaxing on the couch with his head laid back. You both gave each other the usual pleasantries until you move onward to your room.

You seat yourself on your chair that was under your computer desk. Closing your eyes for a moment, you take in the stagnant atmosphere of your room, resting a bit before opening them again. Not knowing what to do for the rest of the evening, you spin around in your chair while you think something up.

But then, you hear something from over the wall next to you. It was inside Eiji's room. Curious, you put your ear against it, listening as best as you can.

"Remini?! Otobe?! What are you all doing here?" the sound of Eiji's voice says in surprise.

A timid voice spoke up, "S-Sorry Hanano-san, Remini suggested us to go through your window."

"It was a stupid idea," a blank voice stated.

"Shut up, Otobe! It worked didn't it?!"

"Quiet down, Hanano-san's family might hear," hushed a mature one.


> Immediately go into Eiji's room
> Continue to listen
> write-in
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>>2973753
>Continue to listen
TIME TO STEALTH!
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>>2973753
>Continue to listen
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>>2973753
Also can we activate any recording bugs we have in Eiji's room so we can go over it later?
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>>2973753
>> Continue to listen
>Activate the room cameras and the audio bugs.
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>>2973753
>Immediately go into Eiji's room
>Eiji i hear weird noises there? Is there a thief? I'm coming in!!

Let's not give this skaks a breathing room and we an also sue them for tresspassing
>>
Honestly, i never thought it would be this interesting to play as the yandere.
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>>2973753
>> Immediately go into Eiji's room
>REEE
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>>2973753

> Immediately go into Eiji's room
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>>2973770
To be honest it is a fun change of pace.
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>>2973767
Supporting as well
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>>2973770
It helps that we aren't going fully stereotypical yandere.
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>>2973753
> Immediately go into Eiji's room

Get the fuck out of our house!
>>
ok guys, if we are going to chimp out instead of keep listening for sensitive valuable and easy to access info, at least scream to our dad that there is a burglar/rapist in Eiji's room.
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>>2973782
Do you think we'll win against magical girls? I know we're playing to win and all but my animes tell me we get defeated or my gut instinct tells me we eventually get thrown into an institute.
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>>2973795
That's because most of the bad guys don't keep things on the basic. Like using things that bypass a MG's bullshit field. Or hell, just frame them for a crime and plant incriminating evidence in their home.
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>>2973795
we are also more on the logical and calculating side than most if not all of the yanderes out there. We can mention the name of our brother without having an orgasm and we have other goals that aren't that related to him. Actually we might be more of a sociopath than a yandere.
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>>2973769
>>2973771
>>2973773
>>2973789

Bolting from your position, you exit your bedroom in haste. Next to your door was Eiji's, and so, you quickly try to open it. However, it was locked from the inside, the door standing firm within the walls. You then determine that things are dire, rushing back to your room and getting a home-made lockpick that you secretly made in your spare time. Jamming the altered hairpins, you carefully raise the locks that inhibits the door from opening, a click notifying you that you were successful in the effort.

Throwing the lockpick aside you then open the door with force, only to see Eiji surrounded by the four girls, all in unique attire. Fujiwara, the mature one with straight, long black hair and a refined body is wearing a dress that resembles a knight's armor, a sword in her hands. Remini, the one with her hair - that was equally as blonde as you - in twintails, had her outfit styled like a queen, a regal crown on her head along with a wand at her hand. Otobe was in a mantle, a scarf hiding her lower part of her face which only show her blank eyes, the same cellphone she had with her held against her chest. The last one, Aeki, was more like the traditional magical girl, but more...scantily clad: a very short skirt, thigh high leggings, and a revealing top. Her catalyst was a cannon, about the size as her, connected by a chain on her wrist. It looked heavy but Aeki could lift it with ease.

All eyes are on you now. Every member of the group, including Eiji, was silent the moment you stepped into the room.

> "Eiji, come to me!"
> "You skanks! Do not touch him!"
> Tackle one of the girls
> Change into your magical form
> write-in
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>>2973849
> "You skanks! Do not touch him!"
> Tackle one of the girls
>"DAAAD, THERE ARE RAPISTS ON EIJI'S ROOM!!"
>>
>>2973849
>>2973852
This
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>>2973852
Are our parents even home?
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>>2973858
yes, we talked with him(said hello) when we entered the house.
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>>2973849
> "Eiji, come to me!"
>"DAAAD, THERE ARE RAPISTS ON EIJI'S ROOM!!"
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>>2973858
Dad is on the living room
>>2973852
this one supporting
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>>2973862
>>2973866
Just wanted to double check before I supported anon's post.

>>2973852
Supporting, but change that on to an in
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>>2973849
>>2973852
This is sufficient i think, how dare they defile our brother and invade our home!
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>>2973852
>>2973849
Supporting
>>
I just hope this prompts dad to come with an unsheathed katana ready to lop off someone's head (and to also show from which side of the family the crazies come from).
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>>2973884
maybe our dad is a summoner and our mother is a...succubus
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>>2973849
>chance to discreetly learn new info
>fuck it lets go in screaming
I wonder how the fuck we managed to be yandere this long without being put in a looney bin
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>>2973852
>>2973853
>>2973866
>>2973867
>>2973869
>>2973878

Urgently, Otobe starts to chant something. "Let there be no words nor language beyond this boundary!--"

"--Dad!!! There are rapist in Eiji's room!" you shout, interrupting her, but a weird feeling invades the space. This seemed nothing to you as you were drugged on adrenaline, ignoring all other things besides the people in front of you.

Eiji tries to explain,"Onee-san! W-Wait, it's not like tha--"

"--You skanks! Do not touch him!"

In a flash, you tackle Fujiwara who was over your brother's body, essentially in kissing distance. Toppling her off of Eiji, her sword drops to the ground with a thunk. Hand gripped to hand, you both push towards one another, wrestling and switching between who's on the ground.

> "I'll kill you!"
> "Eiji's sperm belongs to me!"
> "It's me who Eiji deserves! Not bitches like you!"
> write-in
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>>2973893
So far we've done a great job tough. We could have raped eiji in the bathroom until his pupils turned into hearts but we didn't. We also don't go berserk when someone tries to use is as a bargain chip, but we are a Yandere, so i guess this was bound to happen sooner or later. At least it makes sense right now because they are the ones that are trying to recruit our brother into a weird cult.
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>>2973893
Welcome to /qst/ where the best laid plans are often murdered by the very same group that made them in the first place.
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>>2973901
>"EIJI GET THE FUCK OUT AND FIND THE COPS!"
Protective Oni-Senpai activate
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>>2973901
>> write-in
>"So you are those weird Yakuza, right?!"
>"EIJI GET THE FUCK OUT AND FIND THE COPS!"
>Begin to choke hold a bitch.

Finally those yudo classes will pay off.
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>>2973901
>>2973912
I'll support this
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>>2973907
/qst/ never changes.
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>>2973912
>"EIJI GET THE FUCK OUT AND FIND THE COPS!"
>"So you are those weird Yakuza, right?!"
>Begin to choke hold a bitch.
This in order
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>>2973901
>>2973912
>>2973923
HELP! RAPE! MURDER! THIEVES!
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>>2973901
>"EIJI GET THE FUCK OUT AND FIND THE COPS!"
>"So you are those weird Yakuza, right?!"
>Begin to choke hold a bitch.
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>>2973912
>>2973915
>>2973916
>>2973923
>>2973930
>>2973935

"Eiji, get the fuck out and find the cops!" you command, facing Fujiwara again, "So you're the weird yakuza, right?"

"Yakuza?! What do you mean?!" says Fujiwara, not having a single clue of what you mean.

Meanwhile, Remini, Otobe, and Aeki are bewildered at the sight they're beholding. Two of the most beautiful and smart students of their highschool are contorting themselves onto each other, fighting over Eiji who they also have interest in. They could try to sort this predicament out but they fear the consequences between you and the student council president.

"Onee-san, please, wait! Calm down!" says Eiji again, worrying how things will be if this goes on any further. "They're the friends I told you about!"

> Roll 1d100 to choke hold
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>>2973915
>>2973923
>>2973935
>"So you are those weird Yakuza, right?!"
our brother already explained that they aren’t yakuza, or are we merely pretending to be retarded?
>>
Rolled 47 (1d100)

>>2973945
>>
Rolled 33 (1d100)

>>2973945
I swear if i roll 100 here we probably accidentally snapped her neck
guys aim for that 100
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Rolled 30 (1d100)

>>2973945
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Rolled 44 (1d100)

>>2973945
>>2973949
That would be awesome and horrifying at the same time
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Rolled 58 (1d100)

>>2973945
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>>2973947
This is us pretending hard to be retarded and trying to find an excuse to kill or at least leave a girl in a coma.

Come on! we need more rolls!
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Rolled 30 (1d100)

>>2973945
KILLFRENZYKILLFRENZY
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Rolled 48 (1d100)

>>2973945
You're Friends with the Yakuza!?
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>>2973965
Or freaks with weapons. Why do they have weapons out?
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Rolled 13 (1d100)

>>2973945
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>>2973966
Weapons AND a fucking cannon!
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>>2973947
He explained, but that just means they may have tricked him. He didn't prove magic existed to us, and even if he did, they could still be something like a magical gang. If we're to pretend we are uninitiated to their world, it's very reasonable to still be suspicious of them despite Eiji's words.
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>>2973948
>>2973949
>>2973951
>>2973952
>>2973959
>>2973962
>>2973965
>>2973968
Our dice are shit tonight
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>>2973948
>>2973949
>>2973951
>>2973952
>>2973959
>>2973962
>>2973965
>>2973968
>only one roll above 50
wew
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>>2973974
>>2973973
we still have like ~5 more anons that can roll better.
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>>2973974
>>2973973
I blame my internet connection.
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>>2973948
>>2973949
>>2973951
>47

Wrapping your legs around Fujiwara's neck, she does so as well in reaction, putting the both of you in a choke hold. Neither of you lets up, squeezing your thighs in the hopes of knocking either one of you out.

"Should someone stop them?" Aeki suggests, scared out of her wits.

"I think we need to let it wait out..." Remini answers. "This is bizarre."

"T-This is your sister?!" Fujiwara inquires, struggling against your hold as you do to hers.

"Yeah. Onee-san can be a little protective at times but I promise, she's doesn't mean harm."

"Eiji, your sister tackled Fujiwara," interjected Otobe.

"I...Can't argue against that but that's how she is."

> "Eiji only the deserves the best! My body is more preferable than yours, you skanks!"
> "Tap out, you look like you're going to pass out, president."
> "You think you can sneak into Eiji's room without me noticing?!"
> "You lack the necessary padding for motherhood!"
> write-in
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>>2973979
> write-in
says the freaks with weapons!
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>>2973979
>Say nothing, focus on choking Fuji out
>>
>>2973979
>Choking noises

Can we roll to outlast her?
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>>2973979
>says the freaks with weapons!
>Run Eiji!
>continue choking fuji

>>2973907
It's one thing to plan the destruction of a team of magical harlots bent on molesting your dear oni-san, it's another to leave him alone in a room with the sluts.
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>>2973979
> "Tap out, you look like you're going to pass out, president."
>Why are you in my house with my brother?
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>>2973979
What's bizarre, is 4 young girls entering a guy's room late at night with weapons out. Friends, con artists, skanks, or yakuza, whichever you are, that's just weird and wrong.
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>>2973979
says the freaks with weapons what kind of cosplay convention you are attending because this is OUR house. The mall or convention center is kilometers away from here.
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>>2973984
>It's one thing to plan the destruction of a team of magical harlots bent on molesting your dear oni-san, it's another to leave him alone in a room with the sluts.
This is true


Also supporting your post
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>>2973981
>>2973984
>>2973990
>>2973991

"Says the freaks with weapons! What kind of cosplay convention are you attending because this is our house! The mall or convention center is kilometers away from here! Please, Eiji, run!"

"Onee-san...But they're not here to do anything bad, I keep trying to tell you that."

"Oi, we ain't freaks!" Remini says irritably, "We're just, er, actually--"

"--We're magical girls," says Otobe, helping Remini get the right words.

"Yes! We're magical girls!"

"Guys, shouldn't we not tell her that?!" Aeki says.

"What's the point if we don't. Our outfits say it themselves," refuted Remini. "Besides, Eiji's sister saw Otobe cast that spell."

"I could use the help here!" pleads Fujiwara. "N-Not bad for a soft girl like you, Hanano-san, thought you'd be more affable," she then comments.

You just gave her a scowl, continuing to keep your current position.

> Roll 1d100 to outlast Fujiwara
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Rolled 77 (1d100)

>>2974005
wew
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Rolled 74 (1d100)

>>2974005
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Rolled 70 (1d100)

>>2974005
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Rolled 41 (1d100)

>>2974005
>"OH SO YOU ARE ALSO DRUG ADDICTS!"
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Rolled 82 (1d100)

>>2974005
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>>2974010
>"OH SO YOU ARE ALSO DRUG ADDICTS!"
>Eiji i'm so not approving your people you hang out to. I would rather let you hang out with a delinquent boys rather than these delusional girls.
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Rolled 50 (1d100)

>>2974017
>>2974005
oh fuck forgot to roll
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>>2974010
>"OH SO YOU ARE ALSO DRUG ADDICTS!"
>"YOU PROBABLY GOT HIM ON SOME KIND OF CHINESE SHIT! WHAT'S NEXT? ME?!? MY PARENTS TOO!?!?"
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>>2974013
bless.
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>>2974006
>>2974008
>>2974009
>77

"Guh! Okay! Just let me go!" says Fujiwara, unable to keep up with you. "I don't know why you're like this but I give!"

"She gave up," states Otobe.

"Now this is something to see, huhu, keep going!" Remini cheers.

"O-Onee-san, I think that's enough."

> Let go of Fujiwara
> Start tackling Remini
> Start tackling Otobe
> Start tackling Aeki
> Take Eiji away
> write-in
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>>2974033
>> Keep chocking until she is unconcious
>DAD WHERE ARE YOU THERE ARE TRESPASSERS HERE
WHERE THE FUCK IS OUR DAD?
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>>2974033
>Throw Fujiwara towards the girls
> Pick up Eiji and run away
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>>2974017
>>2974023
I'd rather not say that. It's making us look bad on Eiji
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>>2974033
>Throw Fujiwara towards the girls
> Pick up Eiji and run away
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>>2974040
>>2974036
I'm voting for both because we can do both

>>2974042
Why did you think I linked my post to anon's and not the QM?
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>>2974036
Silence spell, get with the program.
>>2974033
>Throw Fujiwara towards the girls
> Pick up Eiji and run away
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>>2974033
>>2974036
>>2974040
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>>2974047
My bad.
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>>2974051
>silence spell
no we interrupted her making the spell not working.
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>>2974064
The spell did work, but something else happened.
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>>2974057
It's cool my nigga.
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>>2974064
"--Dad!!! There are rapist in Eiji's room!" you shout, interrupting her, but a weird feeling invades the space.

I'm assuming that weird feeling is the spell taking effect.
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>>2974081
>>2974064
We could just play it off as us being ignorant of their capabilities.
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>>2974040
>>2974046
>>2974047
>>2974051
>>2974052

Putting all your strength into your legs, you throw Fujiwara to the crowd of three girls, falling down like bowling pins. Eiji looks to them out of concern but was not aware that you took his hand, pulling him to the open window from where the girls entered. You pay no mind to Eiji's fear, jumping out and landing on the ground, catching your brother on his way down. Helping him retain his stature, you then lead him by the hand, running through your neighborhood streets.

"This close," you thought. "This close for Eiji to lose his virginity to those sluts! First at school then now at home?! How hungry can they be?!"

"Onee-san, where are we going? We have to go back," your brother says, pulling you from your concentration.

> "Don't worry Eiji, onee-san will find a way to protect you."
> "Trust me and just follow. Please."
> "How close were they? Did they start to take off your pants?"
> write-in
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>>2974092
> "Don't worry Eiji, onee-san will find a way to protect you."
> "Trust me and just follow. Please."
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>>2974092
>> "How close were they? Did they start to take off your pants?"
>> "You didn't tell me they were freaky enough to just SNEAK IN WITH WEAPONS! What, they don't want the sister of the guy they're recruiting to know?!"
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>>2974092
> "How close were they? Did they start to take off your pants?"
> "If they touched you inappropriately it's okay to tell the police that."
>>
The hilarious thing here is that Yandere or not I think such a reaction would ACTUALLY be justified because yo that's a weird-ass image.
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>>2974092
>> "Don't worry Eiji, onee-san will find a way to protect you."
>> "You didn't tell me they were freaky enough to just SNEAK IN WITH WEAPONS! What, they don't want the sister of the guy they're recruiting to know?!"
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>>2974092
>>2974097
This.
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>>2974092
> "Don't worry Eiji, onee-san will find a way to protect you."
> "Trust me and just follow. Please."
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>>2974099
The other funny thing is that this could technically be "avoided" is if they simply called the house and asked our parents for permission to hang out with Eiji.
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>>2974094
>>2974106
>>2974111
>>2974096
>>2974097
>>2974108

"Don't worry, Eiji, onee-san will find a way to protect you. Just trust me and follow. Please," you say to him, strolling pass the hovering streetlights. Minutes later you then start questioning him. "How close were they? Did they start to take off your pants? You didn't tell me that they were freaky enough to sneak in with weapons! What, they don't want the sister of the guy they're recruiting to know?!" you say, exasperated.

Eiji breaks free from your grasp, stopping, "Onee-san, you must understand, they aren't bad people! You're just paranoid."

"They broke into your room, Eiji, I believe that I'm in the right to be. Now come, I have my phone so I can call father and mother later."

"SSlow down, you're not stable. Try to think clearly."

> "I am stable, we need to go before they catch up."
> "Wh-What are you saying? I heard and saw you how their actions."
> "Eiji, please, d-don't do this."
> write-in
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>>2974134
> "I am stable, we need to go before they catch up."
>Perhaps we should call the police now, can you identify them? I'm sure those types of weapons are illegal.
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>>2974134
> "I am stable, we need to go before they catch up."
>Perhaps we should call the police now, can you identify them? I'm sure those types of weapons are illegal.
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>>2974134
>"Alright Eiji. Explain to me on how I am Paranoid? Explain how people who don't introduce themselves to our parents, who decide to break in through your window no less (Which is technically Breaking and Entering regardless of the condition of the window), who one of which decided to carry what I'm sure is a illegal firearm within city limits. Explain away."
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>>2974134
> " Explain to me on how I am Paranoid? Explain how people who don't introduce themselves to our parents, who decide to break in through your window no less (Which is technically Breaking and Entering regardless of the condition of the window), who one of which decided to carry what I'm sure is a illegal firearm within city limits. Explain away."

Because this is what you call 'dead to rights'. Good shit, >>2974146
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>>2974134
>>2974146
>"Alright Eiji. Explain to me on how I am Paranoid? Explain how people who don't introduce themselves to our parents, who decide to break in through your window no less (Which is technically Breaking and Entering regardless of the condition of the window), who one of which decided to carry what I'm sure is a illegal firearm within city limits. Explain away."
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>>2974134
>>"Alright Eiji. Explain to me on how I am Paranoid? Explain how people who don't introduce themselves to our parents, who decide to break in through your window no less (Which is technically Breaking and Entering regardless of the condition of the window), who one of which decided to carry what I'm sure is a illegal firearm within city limits and the other decided to HAUL a cannon! Explain away."
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>>2974092
>>2974097
Dear god, I leave this quest for a few hours and this happened?

“Show me on this doll where the cosplaying sukebans touched you...”
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>>2974134
>>2974146
>>2974147
>>2974153
>>2974157
This...

Although Nawa is a bit of a hypocrite since she wields obviously dangerous magical firearms herself, this is a perfectly rational and reasonable thing to say in order to keep up the masquerade.
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>>2974163
You also forgot to mention the fact that we too also broke the law via premeditated murder.
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>>2974178
Nah they are on our premises so it is included in the law as "protecting ones person or things inside the said property"
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>>2974180
He means the body we dumped on the river.
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>>2974186
oh don't worry. No one will notice.....probably
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>>2974191
Well, at least now we have the capacity to vaporize the corpses.
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>>2974191
I mean, someone should've already noticed their child is missing.
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>>2974146
>>2974147
>>2974153
>>2974157

"Alright, Eiji, explain to me on how I am Paranoid? Explain how these people who don't introduce themselves to our parents, who decide to break in through your window no less - which is technically breaking and entering regardless of the condition of the window - is okay, who one of which decided to carry what I'm sure is a illegal firearm within city limits. Explain away."

"They're my friends and I've been with them for a long enough time to know how they are. With the exception of Fujiwara and Otobe, Remini and Aeki are in the same boat as me, barely knowing anything with these sudden events. I know it sounds silly but they're like that since they have magical powers, and so do I. Sure, Aeki's cannon sticks out but if won't be used for any coercion-- scratch that, none of them will. We could fix it by letting them enter through the front door and introducing them to our parents, that can work if it can ease you."

"Magic?" you say, pretending to be dumb to the concept. "What are you on about?"

"It's...It's like this!" Eiji exclaimed, lifting a hand to you. Within his palm was a small fire, glowing steadily and maintaining its body. Your brother then extinguishes it, satisfied by demonstrating it to you. "Magic's like that...Is that enough for you to believe me?"

"...How long have you been with them without telling me?" you hesitantly ask, ignoring Eiji's previous action.

"Three or four months, ever since after summer break."

"All this time?..."

Eiji pauses, but tells you nontheless, "Yes."

For a while, you two just stand in the middle of the sidewalk, looking at each other. Your face has become saddened, almost about to give tears as you register Eiji's claim. "It has to be a lie, right? Four months and I didn't know about it? Four months of Eiji being with these girls? It's a lie, please, be...please," lamenting, your heart-rate picking up.

"Eiji, this gotta be a joke, right? I-It's funny, haha...It's a lie, right?" you say weakly.

"No, it isn't."

Not believing his words, you then start to take out your phone, about to dial the police to report the magical girl's crime of breaking in. Eiji, seeing this, takes the phone out of your hands.

"Eiji, no!"

"O-Onee-san, I'm sorry, but I can't let you," taking a few steps back. "Everything will turn back to normal if we go back home. We'll just sleep it off."

> "Please, trust me, trust your onee-san like you always do. They're just using you!"
> "Onee-san loves you, I love you, don't make this hard on both of us."
> "Y-You're choosing them?"
> write-in
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>>2974198
Not if said girl’s existence has been written out of reality.
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>>2974204
> "Y-You're choosing them?
>W͂ͦ̃̒e̽̐̂'ͣ͐r̒̾͒ͤe S̉ͮͨ̌̿͑̀or͒ry͊ Onee-San has encountered an E̛r̷͈̫̠̦̝ͅṟ͕͈̹̠͘oṟ͖̥̰̮̪̪͟
͢
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>>2974204
> "Please, trust me, trust your onee-san like you always do. They're just using you!"

“What did they offer you? Did they say that with your abilities you could become a Hero of Justice? Didnt you think it was fishy how they all showed up one after another seeking you?”

Gotta plant the seeds of doubt here.
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>>2974204
>"...Fine. I trust you. But you are going to tell me EVERYTHING tomorrow"
>Hug him

Lets salvage this and give him some emotional guilt. Us showing trust in him will also make him more open to us.
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>>2974204
well fuck...i have no words. Our Eiji is not virgin anymore.
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>>2974215
This is when Nawa summons a F-15 and strafes them Magical Bitches.
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>>2974204
>"...Fine. I trust you. But you are going to tell me EVERYTHING tomorrow"
>Hug him
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>>2974226
>>2974218
I'll only support this is if we give him the stare of disdain.
>>2974219
They still die nonetheless.
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>>2974219
We don't know that. They might have been trying to get into his pants, but considering they might have been using the same tactics we use, his subconcious might have been blocking their advances out of sheer reflex.
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>>2974218
>>2974226

"..Fine, I trust you. But you are going to tell me everything tomorrow," you say in defeat.

Closing in on Eiji, you hug him, his arms still clenched together with your phone in his hands. Everything right now felt like some sort of bad dream, and it'll all be one the moment you wake up. Your face, that was seconds away to tear now retrieves its normal calmness as you take in Eiji, you're brother now moving out of consideration for you.

>Roll 1d100 to dodge an incoming attack
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Rolled 51 (1d100)

>>2974234
inb4 fail
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Rolled 44 (1d100)

>>2974234
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Rolled 6 (1d100)

>>2974234
FUCK OFF WE'RE HAVING A MOMENT
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>>2974235
best if we fail desu.
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>>2974204
> "Y-You're choosing them?
>W͂ͦ̃̒e̽̐̂'ͣ͐r̒̾͒ͤe S̉ͮͨ̌̿͑̀or͒ry͊ Onee-San has encountered an E̛r̷͈̫̠̦̝ͅṟ͕͈̹̠͘oṟ͖̥̰̮̪̪͟
>>
>>2974237
Badguy: "no u"
>>
Rolled 71 (1d100)

>>2974234
>>
Rolled 100 (1d100)

>>2974234
Regardless of the dice, we should take the hit head on. It should DEVASTATE Eiji's confidence in the girls.
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>>2974245
MOTHERFUCK.

Can we at least fake getting hit?
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>>2974245
I was hoping to be wounded by one of the girls, but it's likely it's a monster attacking him.
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>>2974245
Well thank goodness you're late.
>>2974247
Also I agree, we should at least look like we got hit.
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>>2974237
If we see the attack at least let our body block and hope we tank/survive the hit. also make our hug iron grip
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>>2974258
I like your style Anon.
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>>2974258
Ohh, i like it.
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>>2974258
yasss
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>>2974235
>>2974236
>>2974237
>6

>>2974245
could have gotten this

"Finally, an opening!" cries a voice. It was very familiar and otherworldly, muddled by your current distraction.

Turning around to see what it was, a pain pierces you in the chest, something invading your body like a virus. Afterwards, you fall to the ground, groping the site of the injury that's now bleeding. It was an unbearable sting, coursing your body with every intent to do harm. With no way to help yourself you yelp out, whimpering by Eiji's foot.

"Onee-san!" yells your brother, coming to pick you up. "Here, hang on to me."

"Ah, ah, ah~ Stop right there," the voice says, a figure of white slashing at Eiji.

Luckily, your brother manages to dodge the creature, and looking up, it was revealed to be Albilio.

"Easy as catching a sparrow I must say, kehahaha!" the white creature maniacally laughed. "Let's not make things messy, no?"

Eiji, produced a sizeable fireball that shot at Albilio, "Stay back from her!"

"Hmm?!" Albilio grunts in surprise, dodging his fireball narrowly, "That was a surprise! Almost got me with that speed!"

"Move any closer and I will go full force," Eiji, stepping in front of your currently injured body to protect you. "I don't know who you are but push will come to shove."

"That's okay, I don't need to. After all, I already did what I was ordered to," implying something hidden. "You see, my queen made a special concoction for you dear sister. Soon enough, she'll be in her grasp for the final piece."

"What are you saying?!" Eiji says in loud confusion.

He then tries to pick up from the ground again but the pain surged through your body again, prohibiting your movement. Looking down to your chest now, a creeping mark was developing at the injury.

> "Eiji, just leave me."
> "Run! Please, go!"
> "Damn you lizard!"
> "What..Is happening?"
> write-in
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>>2974268
> "Run! Please, go!"
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>>2974268
>"So this is what that dream meant..."
>"Eiji run! Please, go!"
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>>2974268
>> "Run! Please, go!"
We gonna have some explaning to do with this fucking lizard.
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>>2974268
>>2974269
Oh Adding
>I'm sorry Eiji
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>>2974268
>"Run! Please, go!"
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>>2974268
How are you choosing the rolls? best out of three?

>>2974268
> "Eiji, just leave me."
>> "Run! Please, go!"
The moment he gets out of sight, we'll fill that lizard full of bullets.
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>>2974268
> "Run! Please, go!"
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>>2974277
I don't think lizard is betraying us, I think this is a ploy. Plausible deniability for why we have powers, or... something. An excuse to be evil.
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>>2974277
* A reason for the girls/eiji to trust us.

Remember it may not just be "HA HA AND THEN WE STAB YOU!"

Lizard gave us powers ffs, I seriously doubt he'd just turn around and murder us after giving us pew pew.
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>>2974280
I think the big reason why we're shooting the fuck out of the lizard is because he's being a cuntwaffle and interrupted a bonding moment.
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>>2974280
>>2974282
I'm thinking the same, but its still a dick move to attack us like that.

>An excuse to be evil.
Or at the very least being able to transform into a "dark" magical girl without the others freaking out.
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>>2974269
>>2974271
>>2974273
>>2974274
>>2974275
>>2974277
>>2974278

"So this is what that dream meant..." you mumbled. "Eiji, run! Please, go!"

Your brother's eyes became wide, "But, why? No, I can't do that!"

"Eiji, just leave me, please," you beg. "Run!"

"Bu--"

"--NOW!!"

Eiji was in disbelief. He couldn't comprehend what you were saying, frozen in time as he looks into your eyes. With determination he closed them, an overbearing emotion shading him and wetness streaming down his cheeks. After all, he can't abandon his sister, who would do such a thing? But the back of his mind tells him to obey, as it's her will. Making a final decision, he slowly sets you down, going backwards from you.

"Good, smart choice, kid. You're sister is right so run along now, we'll deal with you at a later time," Albilio says the retreating boy.

Unable to stomach the sight of you, he turns, running back down the street with tears now streaming his face. He still haves your phone, forgetting the electronic device was in his hands as he's overtaken by grief. Chances are that he'll come back with the group of girls, and as much as you hate it being a reality, you're relying on it.

"N-Now that we're alone, explain yourself, lizard," you pipe out, trembling to the pain.

"Oh, yes, I'll very much so since we're alone. Well, for now. I presume that you already found out about your blood? My queen originally wanted you to be captured but saw an opportunity in making you a witch, in turn, making your properties more potent than a dragon's heart. She saw that you're weaker of the two, you're brother growing in experience while you just had come to this type of world. And now, you'll be the perfect vessel for Mordred."

> "Go die in a hole, lizard."
> "Vessel? You're going to use my body?"
> Change into your magical form and start shooting
> write-in
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>>2974294
> Change into your magical form and start shooting
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>>2974294
>Change into your magical form and start shooting
If the thing that the lizard gave us is still on us, destroy it. It's probably a booster of some kind.
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>>2974294
>> Change into your magical form and start shooting.
Really? Their fucking charade lasted less than a day? wow.
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>>2974294
>Change into your magical form and start shooting
Two more names to add to the shit list
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>>2974300
No wonder they can't do shit.
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>>2974300
Well not only that but it's incredibly inconvenient for us. Now we've got to destroy them, and the good girls.

I'm just hoping that his attack, injections isn't already in-effect. Like it might have been a "no too late, you're mordred."
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>>2974296
>>2974298
>>2974300
>>2974301

>Roll 1d100
>Best of three who are confused
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Rolled 69 (1d100)

>>2974304
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Rolled 22 (1d100)

>>2974304
wew
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Rolled 90 (1d100)

>>2974300
Well not only that but it's incredibly inconvenient for us. Now we've got to destroy them, and the good girls.

I'm just hoping that his attack, injections isn't already in-effect. Like it might have been a "no too late, you're mordred."

>>2974304
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>>2974294
> Change into your magical form and start shooting
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>>2974308
Well this party's just getting started.
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>>2974310
Right? I hope we finish it or chase the lizard off before the girls/brother arrive.

It'd be best if they didn't know we are a witch.
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>>2974308
Eh, the girls can wait. Now that we don't have any persistent reason to kill them(other than the obvious), we can drive them off from our brother using other ways.

Also, the power of rage compels us to blast this motherfucker down.

>>2974301
Their names just got on top of the list.
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>>2974313
That would be too sketchy. But we could bullshit our way and say that the lizard's magical attack awoke our latent magical abilities, albeit corrupted.
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>>2974306
>>2974307
>>2974308
>90

Powering through whatever Albilio stuck into you, your form changes as you start shooting. Rapidly you fire one gun after another, the endless supply of ammo doing its favor. Caught off-guard, you manage to get a few shots in on Albilio before he lunges to the side. To combat your defense, the white creature threw three identical crystals to that of your necklace that he gave you. They started to shine, a warmness radiating from the one within your pocket.

>Roll 1d100
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Rolled 81 (1d100)

>>2974315
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Rolled 27 (1d100)

>>2974315
Devils never cry?
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Rolled 28 (1d100)

>>2974315
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>>2974317
>>2974315
>>2974319
Also I fucking called it with that crystal shit.
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>>2974300
They are so damned impatient it’s a wonder how Morgan le Fay broke out in the first place.
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>>2974324
Probably because the WMA did something stupid, like intentionally breaking her seals or whatever.
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>>2974327
>intentionally breaking her seals or whatever.
That is some severe SEELE shit m8ty.
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>>2974316
>>2974317
>>2974319
>81

You shoot the three crystals midair before the assumed their effect, but you didn't have time to dispose of the one in your pocket. It shatters, an electric shock coursing within you. You're basically a sitting-duck, unable to move because of the pain. Regardless, you keep on shooting back at Albilio, your index fingers getting numb by pulling down on the trigger too many times.

"Relentless are you? It matters not, I just have to wait until it kicks in," Albilio says, taking cover. "How about shooting something you can't see?"

As what he entailed, he turned invisible with the only clue to his location is his now audible footsteps. Ceasing fire, you wait for an opportunity to strike back, but you didn't think that Albilio will start punching you while invisible. Too make matters worse, the growing mark is starting at your shoulders and neck.

> Surround yourself in protective platforms and wait
> Use roaring love song to flush out Albilio. It'll damage you as well
> write-in
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>>2974331
>Channel magic into your eyes to see through Albilio's illusions
>>
>>2974331
> Use roaring love song to flush out Albilio. It'll damage you as well
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>>2974331
>> Use roaring love song to flush out Albilio. It'll damage you as well
Collateral damage be damned
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>>2974331
>> Surround yourself in protective platforms and wait
>Channel magic into your eyes to see through Albilio's illusions


Guys we really can't take damage right now. The initial wound is still consuming us and we don't know what will hapen if we hurt ourselves more.
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>>2974331
Changing my vote to
>Shoot the dirt and create a smoke screen

That will reveal him because of the dust and will give us an advantage too
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>>2974342
This is also smart
Supporting
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>>2974331
>>2974342
This.
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>>2974342
How will a cloud of dust reveal him?
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>>2974331
>Shoot the dirt and create a smoke screen
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>>2974348
By revealing where the dust isn’t
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>>2974348
Dust has a tendency to cling to any physical object nearby.
>>2974354
Also this
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>>2974348
Because he is invisible and but still is solid, given that we can hear him walk. The dust particles will settle on him and displace themselves when he pases trough the cloud, giving away his position. and if he stays outside the cloud, he will have to take potshots at us because we won't be able to see us.
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>>2974342
>>2974344
>>2974347
>>2974349

>Roll 1d100
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Rolled 53 (1d100)

>>2974357
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>>2974354
But it's going to be a cloud meaning we won't be able to see...

>>2974356
>when he pases trough the cloud, giving away his position

>he will have to take potshots at us because we won't be able to see us.

you're operating under a false assumption. He's literally said he's just going to wait us out.
>>
Rolled 67 (1d100)

>>2974357
wew low roll time
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Rolled 99 (1d100)

>>2974357
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>>2974360
hmm, you are right. Still, if the dust gets him, we can shoot him.

>>2974363
AND WE CAN
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>>2974363
SAVIOR
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>>2974360
Then it will buy us time to put some magic in our eyes so we can see past his illusions.
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>>2974369
Do we have any indication what so ever that we can:

A. Put magic in our eyes?

B. That it will allow us to see through illusions?
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>>2974370
we have the potential of becoming the most powerful witch in the world. Of course we can!
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>>2974370
Did we have any indication that we could do bullet time shit and being able to throw up magic shields?
I don't know about you but using magic to see seems pretty damn simple to me.
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>>2974359
>>2974362
>>2974363

Shooting the pavement as much as you can you create a dust cloud around yourself. Your eyes itched on contact with the debris but it was a small price to pay; before firing your guns again you waited attentively again for Albilio, the cloud floating upwards that'll surely give away his position. And then movement-- a shift in the cloud on your right side. Compulsively, you aim your guns in that general direction, your blue bullets coming into contact with the invisible monster.

"Grah!" Albilio sounds, giving himself away more as he rushes out of the cloud. "Dammit, this is more trouble than it's worth."

A magic circle was created from under you, the same exact one that Albilio uses to travel. You could still see the dust on his reflecting body, his hands dirtied and touching the ground.

> Use bullet time
> Try to throw yourself out of the way
> don't do anything
> write-in
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>>2974376
>> Use bullet time
>>> Use roaring love song to flush out Albilio.
Time for a finisher....no mercy
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>>2974376
> Try to throw yourself out of the way
>Keep shooting

>>2974378
He's visible...
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>>2974376
>Use bullet time
>Try to throw yourself out of the way while shooting

Guys let's Max Payne this shit
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>>2974376
>>2974384
Seconded
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>>2974376
> Use bullet time
> Try to throw yourself out of the way
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>>2974384
>>2974387
>>2974388

>Roll 1d100
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>>2974376
>> Use bullet time
Moar dakka and ninja dodging
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Rolled 15 (1d100)

>>2974389
Dice don't be a faggot now.
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Rolled 27 (1d100)

>>2974389
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Rolled 32 (1d100)

>>2974389
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Rolled 86 (1d100)

>>2974389
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Rolled 68 (1d100)

>>2974389
Rock and roll.
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>>2974392
>>2974393
>>2974394
Welp...
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>>2974399
>>2974392
>>2974393
>>2974394
"I didn't like the way the show started, but they had given me the best seat in the house: front row center."
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Rolled 45 (1d100)

>>2974389
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Rolled 42 (1d100)

>>2974389
fuck man you should have waited for me
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>>2974400
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1EFQVhWj5g0
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>>2974392
>>2974393
>>2974394
>32

"S-Seven seconds!!!" you shout, time slowing down. The opportunity arising, you shoot with abandon, your shot flying smoothly through the air like a rewind

Five bullets, sixteen, twenty-two, thirty-one, all directed towards Albilio who was in a better shape than you, although wounded. The state ending, less then half of them hits him as he quickly shifts body to the side, the ones that did hit him implanting themselves into his white skin. The creature yelled in pain but still kept casting the magic circle, continuing the process.

"It's..hah...Over!" the lizard announced, the circle beginning to activate. "You put on a good show there but...gah...But it wasn't enough, kehehe..."

Desperate, you shuffle and crawl yourself to reach outside of the circles vivid borders. Every inch irritated the wounds and bruises, every breathe tiring you out. You were so close, just a few decimeters away, waiting for you to pull yourself out and come back to Eiji. Just one...More...

You collapse, out of energy. Albilio smiles his ghastly grin when he sees you in defeat. It's a mockery, your hand touch the last line of the sprawled drawing. Not wasting anymore time, Albilio finishes the incantation, the outside being covered by a curtain of white. The lizard, too, threw himself inside, resting as you are.

Your eyes become stricken with sorrow, your heart sinking. "Eiji...I'm sorry..." you mutter before you crash, total blackness taking over your consciousness.

----

I'm going to sleep
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>>2974410
Thanks for the run. Have a twitter or an estimate on the next run time?
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>>2974410
BAD END.

TEACH US ONEKO-SENSEI!
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>>2974415
Usually post once again between 6:00 to 7:00 am. After that, I come back until 3:00 pm
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>>2974410
"She was a nice girl, not really a stone-cold killer, and now she was stone-cold dead."
I'm going to have to assume there's going to be more to this quest, because being simply possessed by Mordred and personality wiped sounds like a quest ender to me.
And quite frankly none of the other characters sound interesting enough to play.
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>>2974421
Timezone?
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>>2974424
PDT
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>>2974418
Nah, this is more like prologue stuff to me.
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>>2974423
That's not necessarily true I think the other girls sounds super cute, especially the one who has a crush on her.

That being said I'm assuming will have either a short scene from another point of view playing as another character for a little while or we're going to be playing as our girl with bits and pieces if not all of mordred's personality attempting or having successfully partially overridden aspects of hers

I'm perfectly fine with being confused and I'm sure of who / what she is was and will be.
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>>2974429
*And unsure of who
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>>2974429
Partial possession is okay, as long as the primary gist of who we are remains.
Worst comes to worst I can just as easily see us playing our friend. Because she seems like the type of person who doesn't stop when she really feels like it. The other girls seem extremely typecast to the nth degree, and our brother is pretty much a limp noodle in terms of willpower. And possibly cleverness since the closest thing to a big thing was just not telling any of his family about the whole Merlin bloodline stuff. And he folded like a house of cards when we placed pressure on him in the right spots.
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>>2974434
>>2974429
Or hell, the QM could pull a FMMDAMG Quest and we play as one of the parents finding out about this shit.
After all, the blood of Merlin must come from somewhere.
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>>2974434
Well it could be that we think for all intents and purposes that we're Mordred however we seem to have a lot of mannerisms that come from our former girl and for some strange reason we can't convince ourselves to kill that nice boy
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>>2974442
I'm trying to give it the benefit of the doubt, but until we have more information. We're simply stuck at an impasse.
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>Next thread we are Suzukawa Oneko and we are felt a shiver in our spine at the same time shed a tear in our eyes. That deep down something is wrong with our bestfr- no my beloved.

And now they going to pay

Next time on Magical Girl Lovesick. Modred revived?
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Twenty steps of stairs down and to the right.
Lock her inside for the future, keep her like an animal trapped within a cardboard box. Dripping ceilings and damp floors, give no blankets, keep her awake as long as she can possibly muster - as long as she can't recount an emotion. The cold will bite her body.
Check on her weekly, make sure she stays within that circle; make sure that the armor pieces are together with her along with the other items.


"where am I?..." you say to yourself, your mind as heavy as mud. "so...tired."

You pass out again, the immense strain in your body keeping you from staying up for long. Your hands and feet felt suspended, something metal holding you up.

Seal that opening, she'll have no use for the light that shines into here. The dark will accompany her, make her learn to see like the rats.
If she doesn't respond, beat her. If she still continues to do so, torture her. Either way, her blood or her body will compensate.
Hmm? You found out the three last pieces? Then get going then before they do.


"my body...pain. something is piercing me. my eye-- wait...I can't see through my left eye! I remember, they-- GUH!"

"She's speaking to herself for a while now. It's creepy."

"Who cares, do what the queen told you to do."


it hurts, it hurts, it hurts, it hurts, it hurts.

Eiji...it hurts...

"Ah, she's crying."

"Did she break? It's only been a few days and a week."

"Bah, who cares. just keep going."


The voices that are almost unintelligible to you - mostly because of your ruined state - hints the time of the calendar. A few day and a week. Ten or twelve days since that incident with Albilio. Being the only thing that you can grasp, the only thing that can link you to the outside which was sealed from you now, you began counting the hours, the minutes, and each second. Fifty seconds, four minutes, thirty, an hour, three hours, ten...

You kept counting in your mind, the useless numbers in your head eventually being the only concept inside your mind. It gave you a sense of easiness knowing how long you've been in this hell, even if it's meticulous to carry out the practice.

"Ninety-one hours...thirty minutes and...seven seconds. Ninety, thirty, ten. Ninety, fifty-nine, sixty...Ninet--"

Another pain ran through you, getting you to focus on it more than your counting.

"..Ninety and...and...and..."

You forgot your place.

"No, no, no, help! Help!-- Kah!" you yelp, putting you back in your place. At this point, what's harming you is indistinguishable, it has all become the same. You cried again, losing your only link.

Twenty steps down and to the left, right across from her.
The same as Nawakubi, keep watch on her like you've done so.
One more piece left, so close to success.
What? What about she riots? Just give her the same treatment as her. Bind her mouth like a dog even if you're all scared.

"Nawa-san?..." says a familiar voice. "Hey! You okay?!-- Wait, you're body!"
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>>2974577
Oh hell, they got Oneko.
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>>2974577

The new voice was beyond you, who, can't even lift a single finger as of now. Your hands and feet are numb just like when you kept on pulling down the triggers of your gun, the cold doing its job.

"Nawa-san, wake up!" says the familiar voice, rattling something metal. "Dammit."

"Hey, stop that!" a monstrous voice told the other, the latter yelling out in pain.


This became routine. The voice across from you calling out to your cell until she gets punished. You wish you knew what was going on but you just can't.

Weeks gone by, but you don't know this and neither the person across from you. From outside, the snow's bitterness leaks through the stones' cracks, further adding to the low temperature of where you are. Again and again, the person spoke to you, and again and again, she got hurt in the process. Just by the raising voice of her screams were enough to tell you that her wounds are mounting.

Until one day, the person did something you didn't think possible up till now.

"Break the chains and set us free! Go! Escape the chateau d'lf! Faria's Will!"

Cries of pain soon flooded where you were. You heard your cell door open, someone carrying your body. Again, you heard the same chant, the breaking of stone letting in an even colder air. The crunching of snow soon came afterwards, who ever carrying you caring much about how to handle your weak body. The bindings the held your arms and legs are now broken, your limbs free to move. New air entered your lungs as you're about to revive.

> "...Neko?"
> "...It's cold."
> "...It hurts."
> Cry
> write-in
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>>2974584
> "...Neko?"
>write-in
"Eiji... Is Eiji okay?"
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>>2974584
So this is the tale of how Punished Nawakubi began?
> "...Neko?"
> "...It's cold."
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>>2974604
Thanks a lot shitty RNG
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>>2974606
Yeah... Altough, we should have ran towards our house instead of trying to fight the lizard. Oh well. At least we will be able to use a stylish eyepatch and be pampered by our brother.
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>>2974584
>...Neko?
>...I heard you.
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>>2974584
> "...Neko?"
> "...It's cold."
> "...It hurts."
> Cry
> write-in
"Eiji... Is Eiji okay?"
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>>2974584
> "...Neko?"
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>>2974584
I wonder what we look like now
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>>2974673
hmmm... super thin, probably with a non functioning eye and very scarred with deep and light wounds in our body.
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>>2974584
> write-in
"Eiji... Is Eiji okay?
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>>2974680
Eiji won't want us like this. And has probably already shacked up one of those girls while we were gone.
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>>2974689
Most of that can be fixed with plastic surgery (barring the eye). Also, i dont think that Eiji will want to be near the people that caused us to disappear and be kidnaped and torured for weeks. If the girls had decided to reach eiji in a normal way none of this would have happened.
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>>2974690
It is not a problem, we just need to kill every girl that is prettier than us.
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>>2974692
This anon is getting with the program here.
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>>2974692
>>2974693
That's more problematic because in our current state we might need to kill everyone. And who knows, maybe our brother will give us more attention like this.
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>>2974700
We can use this to our advantage.
>Pretend to be Morgan
>Slip some Eiji save me
>Eiji will save us in shining armor or something
>Kiss
This is foolproof plan anon this will work.
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>>2974689
>>2974692
>>2974700
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zViIajZwH-s
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>>2974700
The only problem I see is that we only killed one girl who was interested in Eiji and that was in the intro. Meanwhile four thots who are a serious threat and apparently was with him for 4 months without our notice...
We suck as a yandere. Of course this shit that happened all occurred within 24 hours though. Did we just make bad decisions? Or were we never meant to succeed?
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>>2974730
the game was rigged from the start
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>>2974730
>>2974739
Having the person who recruited us suddenly attack us out of the blue made no sense at all.
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>>2974730
>we only killed one girl
that was the only girl that we personally knew she killed. There should be several more in the "background" before we took over her consciousness.
>Did we just make bad decisions? Or were we never meant to succeed?
Combination of both. We had knowledge that morgan had a high chance of betraying us; the problem was that said betrayal came incredibly soon. We also should have run away the moment we had the chance instead of fighting the lizard and deal with the fallout of us being a magical girl after the fight.
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>>2974739
If that's true then well played QM.

Though there has to be a way to get our love interest, there would be no point on playing a yandere otherwise.

Magic exists, maybe we can pull a Yuno, become the big G.
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>>2974749
Wait, never mind. Our dice rolls are too shitty to accomplish that.
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>>2974755
that's why we need to get bonus modifiers and more people.
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>>2974743
it does though. We are a descendant of merlin, and unless we had no idea what that means(which is possible), morgan and merlin are not known for being friends. Honestly its unlucky rolls that screwed us. If we had succeeded that last roll we might had gotten away. Doesn’t help that we are a newbie MG. Chances say morgan was expecting us to go full HAM on thr MGs first chance we got then come in and take enji. However she got impatient most likely
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>>2974584
> "...Neko?"
> "...It's cold."
> "...It hurts."
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>>2974777
If that's the case, that's just a lack of logic on her part and maybe a lack of foresight on the QMs. There's a ton of magical girl/magical X quests around here nowadays that have trained players into caution and planning before going in.
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>>2974785
we are a fuking yandere first, not a MG, what did you expect. We have no formal MG training. Our weakness was used against us. That weakness being our obsessive love that made us blind to the true threat. The fact that Enji was attacked should had tipped us off, but we failed to see that.
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>>2974763
>Bonus modifiers
Sure
>More people
Anon we're trying to get rid of the harem, not feed it.
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>>2974796
Regardless of the dice rolls we got fucked because we were alone. I'm not saying we should get a full team under our wings. but at least we should recruit Oneko because of how she feels with us.
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Hmm, that took a turn
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>>2974820
Missed last nights session? It was a wild ride of despair.
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>>2974793
Uh, no we did in fact see that coming. Just not one fucking day after she recruited us.
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>>2974584
> "...Neko?"
"I could feel green fire eating my brains. They turned to steam. They did a split on me. I never had a chance. The witch had got me just as sure as if she'd had pulled a gun to my head and pulled the trigger."
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>>2974830
Pretty much. I was hoping to dismantle the MG team around Eiji first and then go after her.

I'm worried about that mark she put on us though. It had a week to fester and spread. It's probably some cursed seal bullshit like what the pedo-snake uses in Naruto. That's what I'm betting on.
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>>2974739
Hey with all the metal maybe we've got spurs that go jingle jangle jingle.


>>2974840
I think it's been more than a week, one of the monsters said it'd been a day and a week. She counted to 90ish hours. So we're at almost 12 there.

Then on top of that the monsters were under the direction to check on us weekly.

So it could have been an incredibly long time.

We clearly lost track of time while trapped.
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>>2974848
>Hey with all the metal maybe we've got spurs that go jingle jangle jingle.
now im imagining us being a MG with a cowgirl outfit and dual revolvers. oh well.
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>>2974840
Well, we should see what we can do with time magic and a total willigness to sacrifice tons of innocents while framing Morgana for it.

Turning our personal time back should get rid of the mark and any bullshit trauma. Or using time travel to prevent us from getting captured in the first place.
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>>2974863
>Turning our personal time back should get rid of the mark and any bullshit trauma. Or using time travel to prevent us from getting captured in the first place
I think I've seen enough Time Travel hocky to know that this plan can easily go buttfuck over the hill and past grandma's house levels of wrong.
Now turning back our own personal time? That might be crazy enough to work.
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>>2974870
Or we could roll poorly and entirely re-experience being trapped in that cell in our own head. Or... a million other horrible things.

I'm not okay with trying time fuckery like that.
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>>2974875
At least the fuckery is localed to us. And not the entirety of earth. But I do understand your concerns on the matter.
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>>2974863
>Turning our personal time back should get rid of the mark and any bullshit trauma.
That never ends well and is easier to steal someone else's vitality.
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>>2974870
As long as we take Morgana with us "past grandma's house" I'm willing to risk it.

And really the last time we were careful we got fucked over by Morgana acting much too fast, so if we have to do things the crazy witch would think crazy to pull one over her then so be it.
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>>2974880
And how does that help our mind? Because I'm less worried about our body than of the fact that we will be utterly crippled by trauma after a week of torture.
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>>2974885
So what you're saying is that we have to go full on Max Payne meets Devil May Cry?
That might be just the medicine the doctor ordered.
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Rolled 87 (1d100)

>>2974863
Rolling for feasibility
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Rolled 57 (1d100)

>>2974888
Turning back time won't magically erase our memories. Erasing our memories will just make it a convenient plot point when someone restores them ad sends us into shock. The best thing right now is to accept them and grow from them (And also foster a deep hatred that equals our love for eiji)

>>2974890
Rolling for the chances for something to go wrong
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Rolled 14 (1d100)

>>2974890
Rolling for chance of success
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>>2974888
We may not even have our original powers set anymore, it sounds like we're encased in a suit of armor, or impaled with it? It's grafted to her or something? It's unclear.

Even then, if we're alive and 'functional' once we can act again I'm not willing to risk 'rewiding' to try and fix it.

Remember we're being affected by some pretty powerful magic, artifacts.

I seriously doubt we'll just be able to ignore what's been done with an attempted re-wind.
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>>2974895
>>2974892
That's what I expected
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you know what? i'll post the video of the gif.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GS2yMw-hq20
I'm pretty sure something like this will happen if we try to rewind time.
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You know what I realize? If Morgan was a extremely dangerous individual. Why only send one squad of Magical Girls? Wouldn't you want a shit ton of forces tracking her down and once get her location down, drape the area in anti-teleportation magic so she can't just easily lolteleport out?

>>2974895
>>2974892
>>2974890
"It wasn't about how good or smart you were. It was chaos and luck, and anyone who thought differently was a fool. All you could do was hang on madly, as long and hard as you could."
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>>2974889
Well our enemies (WMA and Morgana) are more powerful and more experienced than us, while we have almost no experience and are crippled mentally and bodily by at least a week of torture. If we play this safe and only use what everyone would expect we won't be able to keep up.
>>2974892
No if we literally revert ourself to a prior point in time we won't have any memories that could be restored.
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>>2974908
Problem there is that you are making a blind jump on untested(for us) waters with no way of reverting any kind of problem that happens(because our minds will be erased). Its easier to make amends with what happened to us and keep going forward. We can fix our body with surgery or magic, but altering time, specially with the non experience we have, is suicidal at best.
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>>2974917
And how will you deal with the mental trauma? Because that is what will cripple us the most. Or how will you deal with the mark?

Hope that we can be better at healing magic than Morgana anticipated us and the WMA to be when she created it?
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>>2974917
The dice agrees
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>>2974923
And how will you deal with the mental trauma?
psychologists mainly. Killing morgan and the lizards in the most horrific ways we can think of. Getting pampered by our brother.

>Or how will you deal with the mark?
We don't know if we still have a mark after god knows how much we were trapped.

> when she created it?
She didn't create the WMA, did she?
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>>2974937
>psychologists mainly. Killing morgan and the lizards in the most horrific ways we can think of. Getting pampered by our brother.
Well better hope Morgana gives us a few years (or a decade) for the therapy then, because mental trauma isn't that easily healed.

>She didn't create the WMA, did she?
It refers to the mark, not the WMA.
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Holy shit does this thread get some activity
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>>2974945
Your alternative of modifying our timeline isn't compelling either.

I'm also sure that the mark dissipated already because that was an attack designed to paralyze us. Whatever they wanted to do to us in order to become the vessel for mordred is related to the armor pieces and whatever other trinkets they had near us.
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>>2974945
>>2974937
Why do you think going to psychologist is a good idea when we are a fucking yandere!?
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>>2974963
the other anon wants us to turn back in time to potentially fuck up things more. I'm just showing the other alternatives that we have.
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>>2974923
Why not making a pocket dimension where time stops/very slow and autistically train until we are powerful enough to destroy everyone in a single finger snap?
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>>2974965
I'm pretty sure we can't. It wasn't just torture we went through, it was a magical ritual and magical bits grafted to us(Possibly)

Pretending that all we have to do is press rewind is pretty nuts.
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>>2974956
>Your alternative of modifying our timeline isn't compelling either.
It wouldn't be my first choice either, but we are almost catatonic and the mark seems to be more a way to prepare us as a vessel so it likely will have spread.

We simply don't have the time to heal from trauma normally (if you can even really heal from so much trauma). The other alternative is to erase our memories, but that does nothing for the mark.
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>>2974969
>so it likely will have spread
we were stuck in somewhere god knows how long. The mark definitely has spread, specially since it covered 1/3 of our body when we were fighting the lizard. But like i said before, we shouldn't worry about it because it either covered our body completely, or dissipated(because i'm fairly certain it was just a paralyzing agent). What we have to worry about are the other things that were done to us and we have no way of knowing that until we get some good sleep and time to recover.
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>>2974965
I know. Just pointing out that going to a psychologist is also a bad idea that gets us locked in the looney bin.

Honestly the best cure for us is probably Eiji.
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>>2974985
It was just some torture and imprisonment, let's not make a big deal about it. And most of the time we were unconscious or half sleep.
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>>2974989
True. As long as our love interest is alive and does not hate us we are pretty mentally resilient.
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>>2975023
I just hope he didn't become an edgelord due to guilt.
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>>2975146
If he does we're smacking him upside the head. Yandere or no yandere, we didn't sacrifice ourselves so he could act like a bitch.
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>>2975146
He seems too bright and sunshine for that. What I'm worried about is, he doesn't know the attack was supposed to turn her into Mordred. So he may just assume she's dead.
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>>2975150
That will be fun.
>>2975149
>He seems too bright and sunshine for that.
And he is also a wimp and a wet noodle. Its the perfect mix for him to turn into an edgelord.
>So he may just assume she's dead.
Families don't give up hope so easily. Specially since we've been "missing" for....maybe a month? Probably less than that.
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>>2974601
>>2974604
>>2974618
>>2974626
>>2974666
>>2974688

"...Neko?" barely able to move your lips.

"Nawa-san, you're awake?!"

"Eiji...Is Eiji okay?"

"I don't know," looking behind herself while continuing to run through the forest. "The last time I saw him is when I got imprisoned and I still don't know what's going on. You went missing after a month or so, three weeks or around that range."

You didn't reply, staring back at Suzukawa with dead pan eyes. Her breathe was visible under the winter conditions probably because its November, the season changing drastically from the red autumn to freezing white. The catty girl was carrying you like a princess, traversing the numerous trees in the hopes of finding a way back to the city.

Her hair has grown a considerable amount, reaching down to her shoulders. It was a minor change, pale in comparison to the outfit she has on right now. Suzukawa was barely clothed, bits of armor covering her. It all narrowed down to a single fitted breastplate and leggings that shown her most of her thighs. On her limbs were graves and gloves that are designed like an animals claws; her hands was holding something else other than you, and, peeking behind her with some difficulty, was two spiky masses connected together by a chain. Suzukawa was dragging them behind her, contrasting the heavy weight of the two iron balls.

"Onek--"

"-- Shush, just rest a bit. I'll handle things from here," stopping you in mid-sentence. "I think I can hear cars somewhere in the distance."

She was right. Up through the treeline was the nearing shape of a skyscraper; uplifted, Suzukawa hurries towards the direction, becoming rougher with her handling of you. You spoke out of pain, requesting her to be careful to which she does so, taking you in mind again. The catty girl then hits something face first, something invisible. Putting a hand forward, a ripple was made, the air moving like displaced water. It was a barrier.

"Fuck, dammit!" Suzukawa, frustrated. She puts you down in the soft but biting snow, pulling the chains that were tied to the spiked balls on each end. And, with one swift motion, she started to swing the right sphere in a circle, building up force at a high pace. "Eeeraaah!" she shouted, throwing the dense, puncturing mass towards the transparent wall.

> Try to move
> Try to shoot the barrier too
> write-in
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>>2975424
>Try to shoot the barrier too, aiming at the spots that Suzukawa hits to increase the damage done to them.
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>>2975424
>>Try to shoot the barrier too, aiming at the spots that Suzukawa hits to increase the damage done to them.
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>>2975424
>Try to shoot the barrier too, aiming at the spots that Suzukawa hits to increase the damage done to them.
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>>2975424
>Try to shoot the barrier too, aiming at the spots that Suzukawa hits to increase the damage done to them.
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>>2975430
>>2975432
>>2975438
>>2975439

>Roll 1d100
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>>2975424
> Try to shoot the barrier too
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Rolled 41 (1d100)

>>2975445
Rollan
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Rolled 66 (1d100)

>>2975445
nat 1 incoming
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>>2975445
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Rolled 52 (1d100)

>>2975445
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Rolled 3 (1d100)

>>2975445
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>>2975447
>>2975449
>>2975451
>66

>>2975453
close

Materializing katyusha in your free hand, the other holding you up, you shoot the barrier as well along with Suzukawa. It cracks, but not enough to break a hole through it. Still, you both work together to accomplish an escape, the damage of the magical wall getting bigger and bigger with each slam from your friend's weapon and each bullet from yours.

> Use roaring love song to finish the job
> Just continue the current action
> write-in
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>>2975461
>Just continue the current action
We're already making progress, don't knock ourselves out yet.
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>>2975461
>> Just continue the current action
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>>2975461
>Just continue the current action
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>>2975461
This is a trap, isn't it?
>write-in
Let her continue and pay attention to your surroundings, be ready to shoot anything.
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>>2975461
could we try doing a charged shot? Instead of doing several little shots, pool up their energy and launch a bigger blast?
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>>2975471
Good point.
Supporting
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>>2975465
>>2975469
>>2975470
>>2975472
>>2975473

>Roll 1d100
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Rolled 59 (1d100)

>>2975486
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Rolled 33 (1d100)

>>2975486
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Rolled 2 (1d100)

>>2975486
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Rolled 37 (1d100)

>>2975486
"As surely as the bullet rips through the victim's flesh, organ and bone, it shatters the image of the man who presses the trigger."
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Rolled 94 (1d100)

>>2975486
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Rolled 16 (1d100)

>>2975486

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMhSWEu6r6c


remind to prepare a bullet for the head of suzukawa, she could be someone else.
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>>2975491
god wants us dead.
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>>2975510
Not god, there is more to this than just simply pinning this on one... Perhaps there is more to this than is to be seen.
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>>2975488
>>2975490
>>2975491
>2

>>2975504
Somethings weird, it really is.

Just about you were charging your next shot, a wave of exhaustion steals the wind from your lungs. You fall back to the ground, Suzukawa stopping to see to you.

"Hey, you okay? I told you not to do anything."

"It's...It's nothing. I'm fine. Go back to breaking that barrier."

Suzukawa gave another face of concern before returning to her position, trying to break the barrier by herself.

> Check the mark on your chest
> Crawl yourself to a tree and sit against it
> Wait for Suzukawa, she looks like she's almost done
> write-in
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>>2975517
>Stay on the lookout for enemies.
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>>2975517
>Stay on the lookout for enemies.
We can check ourselves if we get out of the woods.
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>>2975517
>Stay on the lookout for enemies.
At the very least we can tell her if we see something strange.
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>>2975517
>Stay on the lookout for enemies.
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>>2975520
>>2975523
>>2975526
>>2975535

Not able to do much of anything, you face the opposite way, peering back into the forest. You can at least alarm Suzukawa if one of Morgan's minions comes.

>Roll 1d100
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Rolled 87 (1d100)

>>2975545
[HIDDEN MOVEMENT]
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Rolled 55 (1d100)

>>2975545
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Rolled 67 (1d100)

>>2975545
inb4 recaptured
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Rolled 2 (1d100)

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>>2975548
Well I can say that there will be no Ayys sneaking up on us.
>>2975549
A little too close to heaven that's for certain.
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>>2975546
>>2975547
>>2975548
>87

>>2975549
hmm...

Standing watch, you focus your remaining eye to any movement, be it the shuffling of leaves or snow. In anticipation, your body warms to a degree that's old but new, perspiration on your forehead. You don't mind the snow, you don't mind how ragged your clothes are, you just watch and look while listening to the banging of Suzukawa.

Your trance was then shattered by the overwhelming sound of the magical barrier breaking, Suzukawa exclaiming in success. Coming back to you, she picks you back up into your arm with her weapon hanging on her, going through the made passage to freedom.

"Yes, yes, yes! Haha! We're out!" Suzukawa says in glee. "Now for a place to stay, you're cold as steel right now."

> "F-Forget about it, it's nothing."
> "To where?"
> "E-Eiji!"
> write-in
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>>2975564
>"F-Forget about it, it's nothing."
>"E-Eiji!"
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>>2975564
>"To where? Where are you taking me?"
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>>2975564
>"E-Eiji!"
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>>2975564
>"To where? E-Eiji?!"
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>>2975564
> "F-Forget about it, it's nothing."
> "To where?"
We can't help Eiji if we're dead.
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>>2975564
>"To where? Where are you taking me?"
>>
Is something still embedded in our eye?
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>>2975564
> "To where?"
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>>2975564
>> "F-Forget about it, it's nothing."
>> "To where?"
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>>2975589
Probably, it wouldn't hurt to ask Suzu to check out our eyes.
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>>2975595
>>2975593
>>2975582
>>2975578
>>2975574
>>2975570
Now that I think about it...
What if the thing in our eye can transmit what we see to Morgan? We need to take it out.
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>>2975600
that is IF we have something in our eye. maybe its just an empty socket.
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>>2975600
....Are you SURE you want to do that?
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>>2975603
This is true, it could be empty.
>>2975605
It's either that or risk having Morgan track our location.
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>>2975610
...eh. there are other ways to track somebody. Simpler too.
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>>2975600
We might need to, but there's no point assuming that sort of thing until we confirm it - otherwise we might just be putting out one of our eyes for no reason.

Might as well consider that when Morgan seemed to unlock our magical powers, she might have laid a compulsion on us that forces us to unknowingly do her bidding, or that Albilio might have stabbed us with an injection of nanomachines that will kill us if activated. There's no point blindly speculating such things if we can't confirm them.

It's also not particularly in-character to be considering such things right now. Our foremost thought right now is probably: 'Is Eiji safe?'
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>>2975571
>>2975580
>>2975582
>>2975593

"F-Forget about it, it's nothing. Just tell me to where? Where are you taking me?"

"Don't get so hasty, I don't know jack about where we are and you're barely able to walk right now. Probably might go find an abandoned building or house. Anything to get out of the weather."

Suzukawa went forward in a straight line, the forest tree getting smaller in size as you near the city. You only have each other to accompany the both of you, not saying a word however because of the rush of your escape. Who knows, monsters may be already on the loose to find you two, you don't know what they'll look but the thought is unnerving.

> "Oneko...How is my left eye?..."
> "Can you check my chest?"
> "What about our clothes when we reach into the city?"
> write-in
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>>2975605
>>2975610
>>2975615
Oneko-chan, I happen to need a new eye, you don't mind giving me one of yours, right?
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>>2975621
>"Oneko...How is my left eye?..."
>"Can you check my chest?"
Clothes are unimportant; we don't need clothes to protect Eiji.
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>>2975615
This is also true
>>2975619
I'm aware of what our character wants to do.
It's why I didn't straight up vote to take out the eye. There is after all a buildup.

>>2975621
> "Oneko...How is my left eye?... I can't see out of it."
We can have her check out our chest when we get some shelter.
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>>2975621
> "Oneko...How is my left eye?..."
>"Can you check my chest?"
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>>2975621
>How did you find me?
we can check ourselves once we are on a shelter. right now it will just stress us out.
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>>2975621
>"Oneko...How is my left eye?..."
>"Can you check my chest?"
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>>2975621
> "Oneko...How is my left eye?..."
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>>2975628
>>2975629
>>2975630
>>2975633
>>2975641

"Oneko...How is my left eye?...I can't see out of it," you ask.

To your question, Suzukawa's face grimaces, hesitant to answer. You can already tell what's up with you but you wait for her to tell you herself, wanting the slightest chance that it's a doubt.

"It's gone," she says in an apologetic tone.

> "Oh..."
> "Will Eiji think I'm ugly?"
> Cry
> write-in
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>>2975664
>"Oh..."
Our biggest regret is that this will make it harder to protect Eiji.
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>>2975664
>> "Oh..."
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>>2975667
that is until we manage to get a magical/cybernetic replacement. But we will still use the eyepatch because is stylish as fuck and gives us an unexpected edge.
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>>2975664
> "Oh..."
We can talk about it more when we find some shelter.

>>2975667
Remind us to brutally murder any of Morgan's servants.
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>>2975664
> "Oh..."
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>>2975664
>Hanano.exe has encountered a fatal error. Initiating Safe Mode.

>Hug.
>HUG TIGHTER
>Try desperately to not cry. Say nothing. There are no words for this.
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>>2975664
Look at the brightside, now we add a eyepatch to our military aesthetic
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>>2975673
Let's see if we can regrow an eye and then get them enhanced.
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>>2975664
>>2975676
>>2975680
I'll add this, but I think it's a bit late to get more votes.
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>>2975664
> "Oh..."
> "Will Eiji think I'm ugly?"
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>>2975667
>>2975668
>>2975675
>>2975676
>>2975687

"Oh..." you simply say, the mood getting more forlorn. Suzukawa couldn't tell you anything to cheer up the air like she used to do, her brow lowering in sadness. She sighs, focusing her mind back to navigating the current environment.


It was an odd time during your trek, well, to be more specific, Suzukawa's trek. The nature that surrounds you was undisturbed, tranquil, animals of all shapes passing both of you. Of course there was the occasional junk that you seen everyday in the past, things that might've been lost or intentionally thrown away in the forest. But the snow fixes the ugly notion of human pollution and covers all of the unused cars and metal junk with snow, masking them like paint.

The sound of honking horns and humming engines now was a moments away. You should be hitting a road soon if not a park or something. Just like your friend says, you need to get out of the cold before it'll take a toll on your body.

"I look weird, huh?" Suzukawa inquires, reminding you about her outfit. "It just popped out of nowhere."

> "It suits an animal such as you."
> "It's indecent. The only thing that's covered is your breast, a fraction of your legs, and your crotch."
> "So you're a magical girl too now?"
> write-in
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>>2975724
>> "So you're a magical girl too now?"
> "It suits an animal such as you."
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>>2975724
> "It suits an animal such as you. So you're a magical girl too now?"
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>>2975724
> "It suits an animal such as you."
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>>2975724
> "So you're a magical girl too now?"
> "It suits what lies inside you."
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>>2975724
>"...I don't care. You saved me.
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>>2975724
> "It suits an animal such as you."
>pantomime neko paws
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>>2975737
This is also good
Supporting
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>>2975724
>>2975740
>adding
> "It suits what lies inside you."
>You saved me.
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>>2975724
> "It's indecent. The only thing that's covered is your breast, a fraction of your legs, and your crotch."
> "So you're a magical girl too now?"
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>>2975724
>>2975737
Seconding. She's clearly trying to distract us to keep us from getting depressed; may as well bite.

Let's not say 'you're a magical girl too' and imply that we know more about the situation than she does. At least, not yet.
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>>2975748
at this point it doesn't hurt to tell her. After all, we already summoned our guns.
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>>2975724
>> "It suits an animal such as you."
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>>2975752
You misunderstand my intention - while it's obvious that we're a magical girl like she is, phrasing the statement in any way that suggests that we have preexisting knowledge of them or that we have been one for a significant period prior to her awakening will raise awkward questions that we really have no time or desire to answer. Easier to just let her assume that we awakened like she did, after getting tortured in that dungeon, and have little knowledge of the specifics of our abilities like she does, at least for now.
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>>2975764
I get your point, but its a bridge we will eventually have to cross. Sooner or later she would ask us the same thing.
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>>2975756

"It suits an animal such as you," pantomiming cat paws with your thin hands. "It suits what lies inside you. Other than that, you saved me..."

"Hehe...Yeah, I did," uneasy, "Just happy that you're out now. You looked to be there longer than me, having more scars on your body than I do."

"Don't remind me, please," you say to back. "How did you even get captured in the first place."

Suzukawa ponders a bit before speaking, "Finding out that you've gone missing, I went out on my own to find out what happened and possibly find you yourself. Eiji was tight-lipped about everything when I came to him. Your brother was still nice as ever but man was it irritating. Though, looking back at it now, I think I come to know why.

"One night, when I was just strolling the neighborhood, this tall lizard thing attacked me. I couldn't fight back as he was too fast for me to hit him, it was like he was invisible. I was about to scream rapist knowing that I was outmatched but the monster lizard-thing threw a weird rock at my foot, giving me some kind of electric shock. Everything after that was a flash, eventually finding myself in that dungeon place with you in it. I was ecstatic to see you again but the sight of your body was..."

> "Ugly?"
> "Horrid?"
> "Disgusting?"
> write-in
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>>2975801
> "Ugly?"
> "Horrid?"
> "Disgusting?"
>"Nauseating?"
>Nawakubi keeps giving synonyms ad nauseum
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>>2975801
>"It's alright, you don't need to say it."
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>>2975801
> "Ugly?"
> "Horrid?"
> "Disgusting?"
"You don't need to soften things. I can tell some things are permanent. "
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>>2975801
>possibly find you yourself.
myself

>"Ugly?"
>"Horrid?"
>"Disgusting?"
>"Nauseating?"
>Nawakubi keeps giving synonyms ad nauseum
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>>2975801
>"Suzu, I've already lost an eye. I'm pretty sure that there was worse done to me."
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>>2975811
Adding to it: "I wonder if Eiji can even recognize me anymore?"
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>>2975801
>>2975807
>>
On a entirely different note I find it funny that this is the second time that Eiji has kept his mouth shut and it ended up with our friend's kidnapping.
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>>2975840
Eiji is a fucking pussy.
On another note, How the fuck did Suzukawa knew the spell to break us free?
>In b4 the only thing she really is knowledgeable at all is lore, magic and rituals and that was the first time she actually could use said knowledge
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>>2975843
Maybe it is innate knowledge, like the name of our weapons and its respective powers.
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>>2975851
Other than the weapons' names, we gave the spells their names.
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>>2975843
I don't think she technically knew. I think her biggest strength is breaking shit to such a degree that even magic itself can be broken.
>mfw our friend can probably break Morgan and Mordred's bullshit by slamming her face into it enough times if she believes hard enough
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>>2975843
It's likely that we cast magic instinctively through willing some effect or thing into existence (as opposed to Vancian or ritual magics). A sufficient desire to escape, perhaps combined with an innate talent for such effects, might have manifested itself through her awakening.
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>>2975858
>>2975859
i disagree with that.

>>2974584
>"Break the chains and set us free! Go! Escape the chateau d'lf! Faria's Will!"
Either someone else broke us out, or our dear friends has something going on.
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>>2975807
>>2975812
>>2975811
>>2975818

"Ugly? Horrid? Disgusting? Nauseating?" you fill in her words, giving her synonyms that describe your sad state. "You don't need to soften things, I can tell that these wounds are permanent...I just wonder if Eiji can recognize me anymore."

Raising your palm, you inspect the scars that start from your hand to past your arm, scouring your once unharmed skin. You're now paler than usual, the time within that cell causing you to look like a vampire; dark bags under your eyes that still shown the past glory of their emerald color, and your hair, dirtied by both blood and dirt. Your attire was the same clothes that you wore on that night, now ripped due to many different instruments and blades. You could change into your magical form but the thought is tiring enough.

Suzukawa pulls your hand down, "Don't think about it, won't do you any good. Sure, you look different from back then but you're still 'Nawakubi Hanano'."

> "I look shamful, all those years to show off to Eiji thrown away."
> "Just hurry up and find shelter."
> "Isn't this all just like a bad dream, Oneko?"
> write-in
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>>2975870
>> "Just hurry up and find shelter."
>But you are right, i'm still Nawakubi Hanano.
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>>2975870
>...Do you really think so? I'm not so sure.
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>>2975868
>Faria's Will!"
I tried looking up the name Faria, and it's Portuguese in origin but not much else. Now unless the QM picked the name out of a fucking hat, I got no clue what Portugal has to do with us or our friend.

>>2975870
>"Just hurry up and find shelter."
>"But you are right, i'm still Nawakubi Hanano."
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>>2975870
>"What would the Nawakubi Hanano you know do in this situation, Oneko? I'm feeling... less sure of myself than usual. If I go to Eiji now, I'll be bringing trouble to him. But if I don't, it might find him anyway, and I won't be there to help him."

>>2975868
An interesting thought. I had read that as Oneko saying it, and had assumed that she did so instinctively as part of transforming, as magical girls are often wont to do. But the notion that she's been hiding something from us is also plausible, now that I think about it.
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>>2975843
Then again she did once accidentally walk through a barrier that wassupposed to keep her out once.
Perhaps she's natural at breaking barriers.
Silence barrier, invisibility barrier, illusion barrier, etc
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>>2975870
>write-in
'Nawakubi Hanano'... who is that? It sounds familiar somehow.
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>>2975892
>>2975890
>>2975889
The plot thickens.
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>>2975889
It's a reference to the Count of Monte Cristo. Faria was the abbot imprisoned in the cell beside Dantes, who bequeathed the knowledge of the treasure of Monte Cristo to him, and enabled him to escape and take his revenge on those who imprisoned him.
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>>2975889
Faria is the fellow prisoner in Count of Monte Cristo (10/10 novel, would read again) who taught Edmond Dantes all he knew. Languages, mathematic, philosophy, etc to make Dante a renaissance man
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>>2975892
Like i said in the previous thread she could be a spellbreaker. She might not an offensive MG but she has the most utility dispelling whatever spells in hand. Although i don't know if she can dispel such intricate curse such as ours.
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>>2975868
>>2975897


Now Château d'If on the otherhand is a reference from the novel The Count of Monte Cristo, as the prison island where the main protagonist Dantes and his mentor were imprisoned for 14 years before Dantes makes his escape.

>>2975902
>>2975904
Oh good we were on the same track!
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>>2975870
>"What would the Nawakubi Hanano you know do in this situation, Oneko? I'm feeling... less sure of myself than usual. If I go to Eiji now, I'll be bringing trouble to him. But if I don't, it might find him anyway, and I won't be there to help him."
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>>2975910
For those who don't feel like reading the novel, there's Gankutsuou.
A scifi anime adaption of Count of Monte Cristo which I enjoyed. Though the aesthetics of the anime were occasionally eye killing and they change the plot a bit
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>>2975892
What about breaking through the barriers around Hanano's heart?
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>>2975904
>>2975902
>>2975910
So... its fair to assume that Faria also made Suzu knowledgeable in the arcane?
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>>2975870
>>2975896
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>>2975925
I think it's just a thematic reference. Here the theme is revenge, freedom and Count of Monte Cristo.
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>>2975910
>>2975919
Now my curiosity lies with the question of, if she has the blood of Edmond Dantès in her.

>>2975925
If my question is proven true, then she could have instinctively called upon a genetic memory of her ancestor.
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>>2975931
...That will be a pretty interesting plot point if its true.
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>>2975931
Edmond Dantes is a fictional character. In the novel he kind of goes off into the the sunset with Haydee but the relationship is chaste.

The inspiration for real life Dantes didn't have children I think. He failed in his revenge too.
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>>2975935
don't give it too much thought on that aspect. remember that merlin and king arthur probably didn't exist as well.
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>>2975935
Arthur and Merlin apparently have Japanese great great great great great great grandchildren.

Whether or not they were ever real and whether or not Dantes is real shouldn't be too much on the table.
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>>2975929
Well... That's also a good point. Then again it seems as though supposedly fictional people are actually real and got around in the bedroom enough times to spread their genes amongst a fuck ton of ethnicities (no pun intended).
>>2975935
And supposedly Merlin died without getting any in one tale and King Arthur only had one kid named Mordred.
Though now that I think about it, that one Magical Girl really shouldn't spout off about how she's related to Arthur since the whole Mordred thing is a big deal in this magical world.
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>>2975935
Probably a barmaid or prostitute then. Not worthy of being recorded but carrying the blood.
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>>2975945
>Mordred thing is a big deal in this magical world.
That will be kinda poetic/ironic when we eventually kill her or make her submit to us.
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>>2975951
Or we permanently fuse together and decide to take a third option and run away to Hawaii to fish and surf
What, no one would ever see it coming. Can you imagine how pissed Morgan would be?
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>>2975951
I will point out that since we are supposedly of Merlin's distant descendant spawn, we should probably be extremely careful about our love life. Since it might end up killing us.
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>>2975957
eeeh. we are trying to fuck what essentially is a clone of us(merlin) and the descendant of edmond is trying to get into our pants too. i wouldn't be too worried about that.

>>2975955
Heh. that would be fun.
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>>2975945
Arthurian legend is a mess.

Mordred is sometimes his bastard son with his half-sister Morgause; sometimes he's just his nephew, fathered by Morgause's actual husband King Lot.

Morgan le Fay is sometimes villainous, sometimes not. Generally, she reconciles with Arthur if necessary and takes him into Avalon after he's mortally wounded by Mordred at Camlann.

And don't even get started on his damn sword.

We can't really assume anything as far as what myths are accurate here.
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>>2975971
just base it to the Japanese arthurian legend since this is japan.
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So when do the bad guys dig up the girl we killed and show everyone we're a psycho?
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>>2975966
>we are trying to fuck what essentially is a clone of us(merlin) and the descendant of edmond is trying to get into our pants too. i wouldn't be too worried about that.
Well thank you anon I'm now terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought. You've succeeded where all others have failed.

>>2975971
I can agree with you on that Anon, it's a complete clusterfuck.
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>>2975972
You sure you want to do that?
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>>2975974
there is no proof of us killing her. Also who would want to antagonize the poor girl that got tortured and mutilated by not! ISIS with some poor allegations of something she definitely couldn't do?

>>2975976
My job is complete!
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>>2975974
That would imply that they buried her and not simply destroyed the corpse or put it into cold storage.
>>2975980
Where is that fate version of the Don'ttalktomeormyson meme?
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>>2975982
Probably Apocrypha
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>>2975986
I'm not talking about where the gif he posted was from, I'm talking about a entirely different meme.

>>2975989
Like that one for example.
Thanks Anon.
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>>2975972
Ah yes, the long-held Japanese legend about some king of some island in some other continent that no one really cared about at the time.

Would that be the 1905 novel by Natsume Souseki, or the 2004 visual novel by Kinoko Nasu?
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>>2975890
>>2975917
>>2975896
>>2975926

"What would the Nawakubi Hanano you know do in this situation, Oneko? I'm feeling... Less sure of myself than usual. If I go to Eiji now, I'll be bringing trouble to him. But if I don't, it might find him anyway, and I won't be there to help him. 'Nawakubi Hanano', who is that? It just sounds familiar now."

"Well, the Nawakubi Hanano that I know is the person that was one of the top in the school. A beautiful and smart girl that always knew how to fix things. But I guess that name's definition has changed now...I still remember that time where a couple of students brought flowers to your desk. Made me sick; I skipped school that day because of how they treated the only thing I could remember you by at the time."

> "Then I shall make a new name and call myself by it, you shall too."
> "Thanks...You know, I appreciate you."
> "I guess it was a matter of time."
> write-in
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>>2976002
>> "I guess it was a matter of time."
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>>2976002
> "Then I shall make a new name and call myself by it, you shall too."
> "Thanks...You know, I appreciate you."
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>>2976002
>> "Then I shall make a new name and call myself by it, you shall too."
>I don't know any Japanese names but i pick Sayaka as our name
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>>2976002
>write-in
"We could always... go back and tell them we're still alive? If we ran or hid, I'd bet those monsters will be sent after those we care about to flush us out. So the best thing to do is... The way to fix this is..."

>"I'm sorry, I- I need time. To put myself together again. I can't help Eiji as I am now. We'll decide what to do in the morning."
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>>2976002
>> "I guess it was a matter of time."
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>>2976002
>> "Thanks...You know, I appreciate you."
>"We could always... go back and tell them we're still alive? If we ran or hid, I'd bet those monsters will be sent after those we care about to flush us out. So the best thing to do is... The way to fix this is..."

I don't think we need to change our name. Maybe it could be our MG alter ego, but we are still the same girl that wants to fuck our brother senseless and will kill anybody for that goal.
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>>2976002
>>2976024
Supporting
It makes sense
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>People not saying thank you to the girl who dragged them out of prison
Y'all some ungrateful mother fuckers
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>>2976037
You know what, we should also hug her. its the least we can go. Maybe also tell her we should go to that crepe stand again.
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>>2976037
We're a sociopath that made a deal with devil to murder any girl that close to our brother.
And in fact, had murdered a few girls already.
Our school must be shocked the disappearance of ourselves and that other girl too. Maybe the police thinks they're connected somehow
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>>2976028
Supporting the thank you.

>>2976037
Nigga pls

>>2976041
That's actually a interesting thing to point out. Our disappearance does throw them off our trail in terms of suspects if we play it right.
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>>2976041
I don't believe sociopath is accurate at all. Why on earth would she care about Eiji?
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>>2976037
I'm trying to roleplay a girl who's too mentally shattered to function normally right now. Not having the presence of mind to say thanks is pretty normal in this situation, I would think.
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>>2976046
sociopaths can genuinely care about stuff and people, it just takes them a really long time to develop those feelings. Ironically, the way they tend to represent those feelings end up being very yandere like
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>>2976002
> "Thanks...You know, I appreciate you."
>"We could always... go back and tell them we're still alive? If we ran or hid, I'd bet those monsters will be sent after those we care about to flush us out. So the best thing to do is... The way to fix this is..."
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>>2976009
>>2976028
>>2976042
>>2976024
>>2976033
>>2976105

"Thanks...You know, I appreciate you," giving Suzukawa your gratitude, "But I'm sorry, I-I need time to put myself together again. I can't help Eiji as I am now. We could always... Go back and tell them we're still alive? If we ran or hid, I'd bet those monsters will be sent after those we care about to flush us out. So the best thing to do is... The way to fix this is...I hope we can think something out before the next morning."

"No problem. After all, we're friends!"

"Yeah."

In due time you both finally return to the city. You exit the forest and into the edge of a park that was, too, blanketed in snow. The conversation absorbed you so much that forgot it was winter. The small lake was frozen, a few birds roosting on top of the ice. Down the street was a convenience store, its neon lights on as it was mid afternoon. Pointing out an abandoned building that was also within the park's boundaries, Suzukawa then scouts out for any passersby. Apparently you found yourselves in a place near downtown, a moderate amount of people walking down the sidewalk. In general, the outskirts Tokyo isn't the best place to be right now, your neighborhood being a ways far.

"Now that I think about it, we can get food," Suzukawa says, hiding behind the thicket along with you still in her arms.

"But we don't have money."

"We can always steal. These new powers are pretty nifty; don't you have the same as well?"

"Yes, but I'm weak at the moment."

> Let Suzukawa steal food from the convenience store
> Don't let her steal
> write-in
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>>2976113
> Let Suzukawa steal food from the convenience store
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>>2976113
>> write-in
Break open one of those drink machines quietly. There's always coins in them. We'll use the cash to buy stuff like normal people.
Japan has a stupid ton of those machines
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>>2976118
https://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/indepth/cultural/hj/vendingmachines.html

When traveling in Japan, you may be surprised by the large number of vending machines. This is no small wonder, considering that there are currently about 5.52 million vending machines nationwide. The penetration rate in ratio to Japan's total land area is top in the world.

Seriously, crime in japan is stupidly low. We'll be doing some utterly unique.
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>>2976113
>>2976118
>Break open one of those drink machines quietly. There's always coins in them. We'll use the cash to buy stuff like normal people.
>Japan has a stupid ton of those machines
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>>2976113
>Lets break open some vending machines and take the food and the cash.
Guys, remember that Suzu looks like a barbarian right now and we are basically a torture survivor. Buying food isn't a good idea.
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>>2976137
There IS that...
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>>2976113
>>Lets break open some vending machines and take the food and the cash.
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>>2976113
>Lets break open some vending machines quietly and take the food and the cash.
Wait, what about fingerprints?
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>>2976113
Switching to this
>>2976137
>Lets break open some vending machines and take the food and the cash.
>>2976189
Do we even still have fingerprints at this point?
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>>2976207
probably? unless they tried to sand away our fingertips, we should still have them. It shouldn't matter because a lot of people use those machines on a daily basis. If we break the main window, we should be clear
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>>2976218
It's a good point that you brought up. I just remembered the whole fingerprints being a method of finding out who's who.
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>>2976232
then again, if somebody actually sees us either trough cameras or witnesses, i highly doubt they would want to press charges, or if they do, those will be in a very loose way just in order to keep the precedent. It might be something like be jailed three months in a hospital or something like that.
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I still can't get over how quickly we got betrayed. Just after one day, I knew it was coming but holy shit that was fast. I figured they would drop us after we killed a girl or two and after they gathered a majority of Mordred's armor, then betray us.
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>>2976252
I'm more disappointed in the supposed good guy organization sending a single squad and not really putting any real effort in hunting down Morgan. You'd think they send some actual veterans or some shit.
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>>2976259
Or at the least have the newbie girls as backup while placing a more seasoned official on the case.
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>>2976270
...This gives me the suspicion that they were set up to fail.
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was that the last post for the night?
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>>2976280
This is giving off way too many Deus Ex 1 vibes to disregard.
And if they were set up to fail. Why them specifically is what I'm wondering.
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>>2976137
>>2976143
>>2976168
>>2976189
>>2976207

You suggest another plan than Suzukawa's own. "How about breaking open those vending machines?" pointing to said object, "It must have a lot of money and you could even steal a few of its contents."

"Hmm, didn't think about that," remarked the tomboy. "Sure! I could take it a go."

Suzukawa puts you down on the ground, pushing past the bushes and into the park grounds. Keep in mind that she's still in her costume that is very exposing- though herself not minding it- and dragging along two giant wrecking balls laden with spikes. Twice did she look around the are before she enacted the shortly thought plan, deeming that it's all clear.

Going behind a pair of vending machines that stood next to a couple benches, she punches the box from behind. Money spilled out, coins falling with a metallic clack and bills falling like feathers. Suzukawa quickly gathered it all in a flash, piling the currency into her arms. She then goes to the front of the mechanical box, punching in the glass with her free left hand and taking two drinks.

"Back! It was a lot easier than I expected," she says, handing you a drink. She then drops the money on the ground, counting it, "It's about...Er?"

"Fifty dollars-ish, excluding the coins-- No, seventy," you say, cracking open the can and drinking in the sweet drink. It has been a long time since you've drank soda, a luxury from your point of view.

Suzukawa's costume then changes back into her old clothes. Hers wasn't as ripped as yours but was equally worse for wear, "That's better. Wished I done that before." Her weapons also disappear, the gigantic mass now gone with the wind. "Hey, want me to buy some normal clothes from the store? We kinda need it, especially you."

> Accept
> Decline
> write-in
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>>2976287
Perhaps because the good guy side was fed up by the fact the girls were stupid thirsty bitches after MC Harem cock when their real job is to protect the world?
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>>2976291
> Accept
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>>2976291
>> Accept
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>>2976291
>> Accept
>write in
Also need a place to stay for the night. Love Hotels are super cheap and super private. Slept in one, there wasn't even a concierge. You fed money into a machine, selected a room on a panel by pushing a button and getting key.
When leaving you just dropped the key off in a box
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>>2976287
Perhaps, or they're trying to eliminate anything related to the King Arthur mythos out of paranoia. The descendants (allegedly) of King Arthur, Merlin, and Morgan Le Fay out of the picture for good?

I can see some types of individuals considering that rather tempting.
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>>2976291
> Accept
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>>2976291
>> Accept
>Just leave me on a hidden place.

>>2976287
Its a group of high potential, super volatile teenagers with attitude. If they survive, they can be shaped into true soldiers, and if they die, well, one problem less you have to deal with.
>>2976293
This too.
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>>2976291
>Accept
We need all the basic necessities of life.
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>>2976291
>Accept
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If the Arthurian myths and the count of monte cristo are real on this world; what other myths or tales are real? will we see the aztec godsof fitness ? or some other mythical being that is empowering some other teenager?
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>>2976322
I kind of want to see Chinese Wuxia secret agents from trying to track down magical girls for discrete elimination.
Followed by a British Circle of Witches trying to recruit girls on the sly without anyone noticing and getting rid of the Fae.
Buddhist nuns wandering the cities of Japan with rad magical charms and funky buddhist tools to purge evil and stuff.
let's throw stuff in
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>>2976295
>>2976296
>>2976297
>>2976299
>>2976301
>>2976305
>>2976310

"That'll be good, just don't stay gone for long."

Suzukawa nods, "Okay."

Leaving you once again, you watch her approach the store across the street, the doors sliding open for her. Alone, you were forced to wait, sipping on the cola until it was empty. You chucked the can behind the bushes knowing that you may collapse if you try to bring it to a trashcan, accepting that you're weak as a kid. It's a depressing reality but you have to bear with it. Suzukawa then come back, a plastic bag in her hands.

"Got some hoodies, two scarves and beanies, gloves, and two sets of shorts and skirts. Also, here, shoes for you," handing you a roll of socks and a pair of cheap brand footwear. "Oh, wait, also this."

Almost forgetting, the girl gave you her feline grin, an eyepatch in her palm. It was a solid black, but a white outline of a heart was on the patch itself.

> Silently take it and put it on
> "Eiji liked a female anime character with an eyepatch. Hope it'll make me look as good."
> "Thank you, again."
> write-in
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>>2976328
> "Eiji liked a female anime character with an eyepatch. Hope it'll make me look as good."
> "Thank you, again."
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>>2976328
>"Thank you, again."
>"Eiji liked a female anime character with an eyepatch. Hope it'll make me look as good."
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>>2976328
>> "Thank you, again."
>> "Eiji liked a female anime character with an eyepatch. Hope it'll make me look as good."
>help me put them on

Remember guys, she is as yandere for us as we are towards our brother. Try not to put him in every sentence, lest we discover one day she killed him or something like that.
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>>2976328

> "Eiji liked a female anime character with an eyepatch. Hope it'll make me look as good."
> "Thank you, again."


> write-in
So... how do I look?
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>>2976328
>"Suzu, are you trying tell me you're into those kinds of shows? I hope it'll make me look as good as them."
>"Thank you, again."
Guys, let's get her talking about herself.
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>>2976328
>>2976342
I'll support this, deleted my old post.

> "So... how do I look?"
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>>2976335
Wait, what? I know she likes us but since when was it said that she is also a yandere?
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>>2976343
Yeah, actually.

>>2976342
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>>2976346
Never... but I fear that since this is a quest, she'll eventually become yandere
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>>2976351
You don't "eventually" become a yandere. Either you are one or you're not.
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>>2976356
>>2976346
Lizard said so.
>>2973415
>"Well that's where you're wrong, for you see, Suzukawa is a different personage. Under that front of hers is another face, very much like you in fact. While you seek love through violent and discording means, actively vying for your brother, Suzukawa hides her love towards you. And yes, you. Granted, she's a lot more good than you are evil, but one sure promise is expected for her to join us."

I'd rather keep her on the good side of things, and throwing her a bone every once in a while doesn't hurt.
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>>2976359
...Please don't tell me she made a deal with something that promised to 'win' her our love somehow. Possibly by murdering our brother?
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>>2976356
she could be one for all we know. She acts so dumb all the time. it could be in fact a act. Maybe she has her own personal shrine to us, and thats why she takes our abuse as friendly banter
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>>2976361
I don't think she will keep her part of the promise now that she has been tortured, but you know, we can stay on the safe side of things and show her a little bit more of appreciation.
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>>2976359
The lizard and queen said a lot of things. Look where that has ended for us.
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>>2976366
what would they gain from lying about that.
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>>2976366
Honestly though there is way too much shit going on at once. It's kind of killing it for me.
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>>2976371
To fuck with our heads and potential distract us and/or kill a potential ally from potentially murder our little brother.
That's my guess.
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>>2976371
What did they gain from betraying us within a fucking day?
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>>2976384
An easy target that has no chance of retaliation.
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>>2976332
>>2976333
>>2976335
>>2976336

"Thank you, again," you say to her with a lower volume this time. "This reminds me that Eiji liked a female anime character that wore an eyepatch. I do hope it'll make me look as good. Though, could you put it on for me? I'm still not use to coordination without an eye."

"Of course," Suzukawa agreed, beginning to tie the patch around your head, "There, done~!"

You feel the fabric that's against your disabled eye, "So...How do I look?"

"It's cute, definitely a different look than before."

"Really?"

"Yup! Really! Now let's get changed before we die in the cold," Suzukawa joked.

Heeding her words, you both change out of your damaged clothes, the cheapness of the new ones' fabric just able to keep you warm. Regardless, you kept them on; Suzukawa pocketed the rest of the stolen money, she then picks you up again and into her arms, carrying you out of the bushes and to the street's sidewalk. She proposed that a love hotel can service you since they're cheap and affordable with your current funds, going ahead without a hitch.

> Let her carry you
> "I-I think I can walk on my own now."
> write-in
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>>2976387
Then why fucking grant us the MG powers? Hell, why didn't they capture us when we first went to their base!? WILLINGLY AND POWERLESS!? It makes no fucking sense.
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>>2976394
>> Let her carry you
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>>2976394
> Let her carry you
we're still super jacked up and it's kinda sweet.
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>>2976394
>> "I-I think I can walk on my own now."
We can lean on her for support if we can't
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>>2976387
>>2976384
>>2976371
You know what we should do once we get back on our feet?
Place magic trackers all throughout the city. And make a blueprint of the city to try and track where Morgan's servants go and if they have minor lairs of somekind.
Also craft teleportation circles in critical parts of the city for rapid response.

>>2976396
Because they're retarded, that's why.

>>2976394
>Offer to walk together and lean on eachother
We have to get used to moving, get some work into those leg muscles.
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>>2976394
> "I-I think I can walk on my own now."

She pampered us enough. Time to walk on our own two feet again.
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>>2976394
> "I-I think I can walk on my own now."
>Lean on her, though.
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>>2976396
If i were morgan, i'd basically do it because:
>Giving the girl magic powers boosts her value as a magical source and should make the mordred invocation easier
>It should make it easier for the girl to give us access to the brother, which is the important target
>If we need to capture her, we can call her to our domain and she is fucked.

Now, why did she decided to betray us so soon?
>The boy was already compromised and we were an easier target, albeit with less value
>we were taking too long to make a move against the girls and morgan got antsy
>Morgan didn't want to risk losing the other merlin blood to the WMA

>>2976408
I like this
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>>2976413
>>we were taking too long to make a move against the girls and morgan got antsy
... a day to start tangling with a group of empowered magical girls.
Holy crap, we take our time planning our kills. Like that girl we dumped in the river. We went clever like
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>>2976413
That doesn't really address the points I made. I'm leaning towards this anons explanation >>2976408
Or QM dropped the ball somewhere.
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>>2976418
If you think about it. I think that she legit expected us to behave like every other yandere or random villain of the week to instantly go off and attack the group like you see in most show.
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>>2976424
Ah, she clearly wasn't expecting us to take our time to info gather.
You know that might be to our advantage. This lady clearly doesn't realize we're the patient predator sort. We can control ourselves as we plot and then strike.
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>>2976424
that makes sense. After all, she was trying to bait us with our brother's love.
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>>2976424
But the most famous ones plan their shit.

I'm going to bed. I wish you guys luck on any rolls while I'm gone.
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>>2976432
>>2976429
Exactly, once she realized that we were that type of person. She knew she fucked up and decided to betray us off the bat.
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>>2976406
>>2976408
>>2976409
>>2976411
>>2976413

In the middle of the sidewalk you grab Suzukawa's attention, tugging at her sleeve. She stops in place, addressing your need with readiness.

"I-I think I can walk on my own now," you tell her, wanting to get down.

"You sure? Those legs of yours doesn't look too good."

"It'll be okay. Just let me lean on you during the way," you assure, "You can always help me up too."

Suzukawa, not wanting to upset you, sets your legs down onto the pavement. She helps you retain stature as you grip around her build, the lower-half of your body quivering until is subsides after a few minutes. Through weeks of being suspended by the limbs your legs felt like jelly, your ankles aching already. You come to terms with the discomfort, walking on with the catty tomboy supporting you as you went in deeper into the city.

Strolling down a few blocks and crossing streets with the guide of Suzukawa, you both spot a love hotel built in a corner with a giant sign facing for all cars to see. Entering inside, the vividly purple color of the lobby room welcomed you in in, checking out a room at the front desk and paying with cash. The receptionist present at the desk hands the keys to Suzukawa who lied about your ages and the reasons you're here. Following after, she leads you to the elevator, pressing the checked out room's designated floor on number five.

> "You didn't have to tell the receptionist that I was a prostitute."
> "A couple's honeymoon? Quite a cheesy lie if you ask me."
> "I hope you aren't planning to drink since you lied about our ages."
> write-in
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>>2976451
>"A couple's honeymoon? Quite a cheesy lie if you ask me."
> "I hope you aren't planning to drink since you lied about our ages."
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>>2976451
> "A couple's honeymoon? Quite a cheesy lie if you ask me."
>am I the bride or the groom?
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>>2976451
> "A couple's honeymoon? Quite a cheesy lie if you ask me."
>> write-in
>I'll check the news to see what's going on.
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>>2976454
>>2976455
>>2976458

"A couple's honeymoon? Quite a cheesy lie if you ask me. I hope you aren't planning to drink since you lied about our ages," you remarked while in the elevator.

"Eh, I wouldn't, not planning to touch that stuff until I hit twenty or so. And besides, could you have make a better lie?"

You grunt, "Hmph, well then. Who's the bride or the groom?"

"Wouldn't the groom be me? Kinda makes sense."

"Way to damper it."

"I didn't say anything of the sort to make it so, I won't mind a bride like you," Suzukawa says courageously, or maybe because she's just stupid.

"Everyone wants a bride like me," you say confidently. "Well, use to if they seem me how I look now. I'm practically a vampire."

"I like how you look, the eye bags and all," voicing her opinion on your appearance. "It gives an unique quality other than your body, Nawa."

With nothing else to say back at her, you give up on the conversation and wait until the elevator's doors open. It dinged, sliding into the walls beside it and letting you pass through. Suzukawa read the room numbers along with the key that had a card with the same number as your room. Ten doors down on the left side, was your given stay, and inside was all the accommodation two loving couples need. On your way in, Suzukawa then locks the door, hopping on the only bed in the room that's bigger than any bed you've seen. The bathroom was to the right, a tv in the front of the room, and a drawer with a pack of condoms next to the lamp. Your friend turns on the tv herself, a drama showing on the screen.

> Shower
> Go to sleep
> write-in
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>>2976458
>>2976451
this
Also, get a bath ready. Holy crap we must reek.
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>>2976481

> Shower
>>
Going to bed
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>>2976481
>> Shower
> Shower
> Shower
> Shower
> Shower
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>>2976481
>Fill up the bath tub

We need a looong bath.
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>>2976481
>Check the news and get a bath ready
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>>2976490
Night dude, thanks for running.
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>>2976490
Good night OP
>>
Soooo...
Fuck Morgan.
Fuck the MGs.

Are we and Oneko officially The Mysterious Third Faction That Hates Everyone?
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>>2976556
Nah it's
Fuck Morgan.
Fuck the MGs.
AND ESPECIALLY FUCK THAT LITTLE SHIT LIZARD CUNTWAFFLE GO DIE SLOWLY WHILE BEING RAPED BY AN AIRPLANE.
Now it's much better

>>2976481
>>2976490
>Shower and turn on the news for a bit before heading to sleep
Have a good night QM
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>>2976562
...so that's a yes?

(Obviously excluding Eiji.)
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>>2976572
Yes.
We should never forget to torture the shit out of that Lizard and display their corpse for all to see, just to create a masquerade violation and try to get shit going hard and fast.
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>>2976562
I don't agree with that. The lizard deserves a shitload of hate, but morgan gave the order for every little thing that happened to us.
WE'LL FUCKING BLOOD EAGLE THE SHIT OUT OF HER.
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>>2976575
You are right that Morgan gave every little order to it.
It still won't change the fact that if we see this motherfucker again, we're skinning his cold blooded ass and tossing his corpse off the tallest building in the busiest part of Tokyo just to cause a clusterfuck.
>You wanna hide in the dark like a little bitch? Well I'll just drag your ass out into the sunlight for the world to see.
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>>2976588
oh, of course. My point was that the torture we will give the lizard will pale in comparison to the one we will give to morgan.
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>>2976556
I don't know what you guys think, but I've always seen Oneko as her own faction. But she doesn't so much hate everyone rather than care only about Eiji. Her feelings for anyone and everyone else pale in magnitude when compared to that all-consuming love.

And I'm not sure she has the emotional capacity for hate now - and even so, regardless of what happened to her and who the blame falls onto, she wouldn't really properly hate anyone unless they brought harm to Eiji.
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>>2976657
I can understand that, Oneko loves Eiji the same way a Patriot loves their country. And is willing to kill anyone that preys upon him or is a threat to him.
And with that mindset in mind, Morgan is technically a threat that will prey on him if given the chance...
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>>2976657
>>2976676

You both mean Nawakubi, right? Oneko is the dim friend who saved us.

On that topic, I feel that's all true (names corrected, of course), but at this point Oneko is the only one who comes remotely close to even approaching how we feel for Eiji.
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>>2976678
Shit you're right.
Fuck I need food badly, hunger is a insidious monster in the back of my skull.
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>>2976678
Yeah, and we are about to redo the bath tub scene. If Oneko has the balls (and if the things the lizard said are true), she will come with us.
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>>2976681
It would be a good time to see if the whole spreading mark stuff is still there.
Unless it was already mentioned when we changed clothes which in that case I need to relrn2read.
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250 posts in 10 hours? Holy damn
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>>2976487
>>2976491
>>2976492
>>2976494
>>2976562

You request Suzukawa to change the tv into the news channel. She obliges, pressing down on the remote and reaching it after scrolling down the programs. The current news was expected: scandals about politicians that may as well be told at a campfire, new buildings and power structures being built, etc. But under the bleak and ordinary announcements made by the woman from the other side of the broadcast, a topic began to be discussed after all the uninteresting things have been went through.

"We would like to talk about the recent discovery of the body of Kisono Eri that was found last week. The autopsy has been done and has concluded that the girl died from strangulation: this was shown by the heavy bruise marks around her neck, possibly from the hands of another girl. As to who the culprit is, we don't know. There were many failed attempts in checking the hand marks as the prints didn't have any pattern.

Leaning on the wall, you excuse yourself to the bathroom, leaving Oneko to wait for her turn to wash. With less amount of struggle than this afternoon, you begin to regain your strength but only at a little at a time. Turning on the warm water, you sit on the sides of the tub while it fills up, turning it back off and joining inside as you indulge within the long time feeling of cleanliness. The bathroom now having a shower, you had to clean your body inside the tub, using the small containers of shampoo and bodywash offered by the hotel.

The mark that Albilio had given you has changed very much so after a month. Instead of some sort of infection, it was a huge magic circle that was now drawn on your chest, all the way down to your waist. Stroking the features of the circle gave off a scarred feel, like someone has burnt this sigil on you. You take your mind off of it to finish your bath, getting out the same way you did getting in.


Notifying that the bathroom's free, Suzukawa leaves you in turn to take her bath. You set yourself on the huge bed, towels wrapped around you; the clothes bought by Suzukawa was neatly folded on a chair at the side of the bed.

Soon after, the catty girl comes out with the steam rolling at her feet. She too was wearing nothing but a towel, putting her clothes on top of yours. Suzukawa takes her place beside you on the bed, watching the tv blankly.

"So you did you check that thing on you?" pointing at the portion of the sigil on your chest. "It looks awfully painful."

A wave of shame came over you once Suzukawa mentioned the magic circle. It was weird, embarrassing, making you want to crawl somewhere else so no one can see upon you.

> "Torture is awfully painful..."
> "Let's just go to sleep."
> "I don't want to think about it."
> write-in
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>>2976828
> "I don't want to think about it."
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>>2976828
>> "Torture is awfully painful..."
>> "I don't want to think about it."
"Why are we still here? Just to suffer?"

Wonder if we can eventually find some artifact that can serve as a replacement eye
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>>2976828
>I don’t want to think about it
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>>2976828
>"Let's just go to sleep. I'm almost certain it'll cause problems in the future, and I'll need to deal with it eventually. But we have more pressing things to deal with when we wake up tomorrow."
Too intelligent to just not think about it; too shell-shocked to just start dealing with it now. Procrastination it is!

>There were many failed attempts in checking the hand marks as the prints didn't have any pattern.
>heavy bruise marks around her neck, possibly from the hands of another girl.
I'm confused how they would have drawn this conclusion if the marks didn't have any distinct identifying features. I mean, I get that it adds dramatic tension from a meta perspective, but in-universe it just sounds like the anchors are jumping to conclusions.
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>>2976838
"Why are we still here? Just to suffer?"
Pretty much. We have not exactly achieved much in this quest besides getting tortured and there was no way we could have prevented that with one day training. Considering that literally everybody besides us is not crippled and has more experience than one day, I don't think we will achieve anything in the future besides being the damsel in distress.

Or instead of hoping to conveniently stumble upon a replacement eye we just use healing magic.
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>>2976855
It's really the same situation that you often see in magical girl and shounen series: problems which could easily be solved by some of the parties involved sitting down and talking things through are instead compounded and exacerbated because of their unwillingness or inability to properly communicate.

Not that I'm advocating we go to the WMA and spill our guts. That sort of behavior - putting trust in others to resolve problems for her and (more importantly) Eiji - would run counter to her established character.

By her nature, she will most often take actions which will make her own situation worse (and willingly so, because she values Eiji's well-being far above her own). This is one of the reasons why I find her narrative compelling.
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>>2976863
That really doesn't change that we were basically set up for failure from the start with no way to actually achieve anything in sight.

And really getting attacked by Morgana literally one fucking day after being recruited by her doesn't make a lot of sense and has exactly zero to do with our or Hanano's decisions.
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>>2976871
>And really getting attacked by Morgana literally one fucking day after being recruited by her doesn't make a lot of sense and has exactly zero to do with our or Hanano's decisions.
Yeah. To my mind, Hanano never trusted Morgan. Hell, my initial votes when Morgan was laying out her proposal were basically "How do I know you aren't completely bullshitting me, or intending on fucking me over once I've done your dirty work"?

As far as I would have voted, Hanano would have tried to play both sides or straight up backstab Morgan at some point. She just expected she would have some time, like at least a week, to build herself up in terms of skill and resources before having to anticipate Morgan potentially betraying her.

Who the fuck coerces someone into doing their dirty work, then betrays them a day after, before they've had any chance to do their dirty work? May as well have just imprisoned us right when we were brought there the first time.
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>>2976879
>Who the fuck coerces someone into doing their dirty work, then betrays them a day after, before they've had any chance to do their dirty work? May as well have just imprisoned us right when we were brought there the first time.
And exactly that is my problem. If this happened in the prologue or was the background of the character, I would have no problem. The same if we actually had time to achieve anything. But since this makes zero sense for Morgana to do it feels like the QM wanted to railroad us into a torture scene just to be edgy. And that you would normally expect some kind of ritual to resurrect someone and not just torture does nothing to dissuade that impression.
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>>2976892
>>2976879
Sounds like we're going to have to see if we can even train up enough to tell if it was just the dice fucking everyone over or if it was the QM going beyond full retard on that front.
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>>2976892
In my opinion the betrayal was really smart. We weren't expecting it and it made perfect sense since we were already asking questions that might have compromised our allegiance with morgan I feel it definitely was something we couldn't have avoided given who we are, but i wouldn't call it a railroad since we didn't instantly lose the fight. It was the dice that fucked us over.
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>>2976901
The fact that the dice rolled poorly shouldn't have entered into it, because Albilio attacking at that point was completely out of left field anyway.

Unless something was happening behind the scenes that we aren't aware of that caused the situation to change drastically, there's really no reason for Morgan to try to capture Hanano when Hanano was explicitly and willingly acting as her agent and would have continued to do her bidding if she hadn't forced an arbitrary change in the situation?

Why capture Hanano when she willingly allowed herself to be brought in the day before? Why brazenly stab her with that weird magic-circle-poison thing when she could easily have bluffed it as part of the ritual to awaken Hanano's potential and not tipped her off that it's something she shoudl be worried about?

The only catalyst I can imagine for this to happen is that us telling Albilio about the secrecy seal gave her such an overwhelming advantage that she no longer needed our help to eliminate the girls, and simply taking everyone (including us) out herself would vastly accelerate her timeline. Which means that Eiji is probably already screwed.

The alternative is that none of this is part of Morgan's plan, and Albilio has been working behind his Queen's back for reasons unknown.
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>>2976910
>we were already asking questions that might have compromised our allegiance with morgan
What questions were these? Genuinely curious; I don't recall us ever saying anything to Albilio or Morgan that indicated an intent to betray them. General wariness and distrust, sure - that much is natural given the circumstances - but nothing to actually suggest that we intended to swap allegiances on them.
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>>2976912
>The only catalyst I can imagine for this to happen is that us telling Albilio about the secrecy seal gave her such an overwhelming advantage that she no longer needed our help to eliminate the girls, and simply taking everyone (including us) out herself would vastly accelerate her timeline. Which means that Eiji is probably already screwed.
Doesn't make sense either. First it would need Morgana to be ignorant of secrecy seals or dumb enough not to figure it out herself and second we are planned as the vessel of Mordred a pretty central part of her plan to resurrect him. Risking us in fights against the girls would be pretty stupid.
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>>2976918
we were asking why the fuck the lizards were attacking our brother. That plus the information that the WMA was using a secrecy veil and knowing that we were also a descendant of merlin might have given Morgana enough reasons to consider us disposable.
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I don't see the logic behind the betrayal at all. I guess we'll have to wait and see because there's so many questions
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>>2976919
>Morgana to be ignorant of secrecy seals or dumb enough not to figure it out herself
But what if the secrecy seal isn't a whole family of spells, but a very specific one? At least that's how alibio made it sound like.
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>>2976930
As in it was that MG's special power?
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This is a lot speculation but I think this may explain why the betrayal happened so quickly. As has been pointed we were betrayed very quickly. And this
>>2976863
>It's really the same situation that you often see in magical girl and shounen series: problems which could easily be solved by some of the parties involved sitting down and talking things through are instead compounded and exacerbated because of their unwillingness or inability to properly communicate.
should definitely be kept in mind. Most likely the original plan was for us to be given MG powers, go crazy and attack the MG squad as soon as we could. Chances are Albilio was right over our shoulder when we were listening in on the conversation they were having during lunch. Now while the conversation didn't give that much information the fact that we didn't kick the door open and start shooting was worrying for Morgan
>She saw that you're weaker of the two, you're brother growing in experience while you just had come to this type of world. And now, you'll be the perfect vessel for Mordred.
Villains can never be happy to just settle for "good enough" so I think the catalyst for the betrayal was that if we kept listening to the conversations Eiji and the MG squad were having in private it would eventually reveal that Morgan wants Eiji to become Mordred's vessel. "Weaker of the two" meaning weaker of the two vessel candidates. And if we found out something like that we probably would have helped the MG squad kill Morgan first and then kill the squad after.

Going back to the original plan Morgan had for us it was probably
>Attack the MG squad
>Get wrecked
>Get rejected by Eiji
>Become a broken shadow of our former self
>Albilio swoops in and takes us for preparation to become a vessel
Even then we would probably just be a back up vessel. Probably the plan was to have our Mordred possessed self carted out in front of Eiji during the dramatic final confrontation and then Eiji would be told "I'll free your sister if you become Mordred's vessel." I think as a vessel we're just a backup/contingency plan

This plan also explains why we got betrayed before even killing at least one enemy MG. A possible explanation is that if we actually killed one or more members of the MG squad it would have been very disastrous for Morgan. The MG squad probably told the rest of the WMA to fuck off because they can handle it. However if they suffer casualties chances are someone in the WMA would say "nah fuck that" and send in reinforcements. Instead of just an idiot harem MC and some thirsty hos to contend with, suddenly Morgan would have to contend with a magical army scouring the entire area for artifacts of Mordred and killing her minions.

TL;DR We were supposed to fail immediately and become a vessel but we were at risk of either becoming an ally in the fight against Morgan and/or make things much much harder for her to work towards her goal

Apologies for the autism
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>>2976959
Thank you Anon for your autism. And essentially explaining what I said earlier but with much needed detail that is relevant to the quest at hand. I do appreciate that as well.
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>>2976959
I just love how we are doing a huge chunk of worldbuilding for OP. not that i mind, because i feel its fair to ease their burden, but i find if pretty amusing.
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>>2976971
I just have this mental image of OP frantically scribbling down revisions on his notes whenever we go into these lengthy discussions about things that have happened or might potentially happen. It's pretty hilarious. I can't think offhand of any other quest that had this much of this kind of discussion by the second thread.
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>>2976974
It does leave the question of how potentially corrupt the WMA is if 5 dipshits with high pedigree are allowed to be on their own highly risky mission without backup or a damn handler. I mean of all the organizations, the last one you need swamped with nepotism is fucking magic involved regardless of how powerful you may be in magic.
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>>2976974
we're basically a variation of pic related.

>>2976976
I'm still under the impression the they send them on a suicide mission, or to look around for clues, but because of their incompetence, they find nothing
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>>2976976
Hell, considering the situation and how dangerous it is, they might've wanted to think about outsourcing the tracking somehow, at the very least. Keep the organization separated from realization by Morgan by as many degrees as possible.
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>>2976959
So her entire plan depended on us being retarded enough to attack the MGs head on and get wrecked when Albilio knew that we kept our activities secret for years and literally saw us being pretty methodical in murdering a girl and disposing of the body?

In general if your plan depends on the victim being stupid it's not a good plan.

Your entire speculation also depends completely on the fact that you can justtreat mordreds soul like some kind of "plug and play" device. Which I find very questionable.
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>>2977039
There's a lot of shit that's found to be very questionable. Considering that a couple others and I expected the process to overwrite the QMC's original personality or some parts of it and yet we seem to be very much ourselves so far. And from what was mentioned in the quest, Mordred's soul is more or less a plug and play device of mass destruction from the sound of things, especially since to supposedly bring him back you need all the pieces of the armor and a spare meatsack to stick them onto.
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>>2977039
>In general if your plan depends on the victim being stupid
To be fair, it WAS good plan because before we took over hanano, we were another run of the mill yandere that would be very susceptible to the tactics Morgan tried to use.
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>>2977039
>In general if your plan depends on the victim being stupid it's not a good plan.
I would say that a great number of con jobs and scams rely manipulating the victim through some means or other to act in a way which could be considered 'stupid'. By appealing to greed ('If you deposit a sum of money into my bank account, I will reimburse you manyfold.') or emotion ('Your son has been hospitalized, and we require payment for his medical fees') or so forth, scammers compel or pressure ordinarily-rational individuals to act in ways that are against their interest.

In this case, Morgan's leverage over us was clear, and yet also one which we couldn't deny: Eiji. She'd also just seen us murder a girl for being a threat to Eiji. Though she couldn't predict our exact course of action, she could reliably assume that we would be distrustful of Eiji's new friends, and would come into conflict with them at some point - which we did.

Admittedly, she couldn't have predicted how the conflict would be resolved, because Hanano is fucking insane.
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>>2977060
Not really, Hanano managed to keep her activities secret for years, otherwise she would already be in the looney bin. Just that alone means she needs to be pretty skilled and able to plan her actions.
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>>2977060
That's not a good argument, though. The fact that we 'took over' Hanano isn't of any significance within the narrative, because Hanano's characterization is retroactively fleshed out by our decisions.

There is no catalyst within the story to indicate that the point at which we began playing Hanano would be a change in behavior; because we play her in a certain manner, Hanano must necessarily always have been this way.
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>>2977063
Con jobs and scams rely more on the fact that they don't cost you much if anything and simple quantity.

For the example of the bank deposit. If you do nothing the scammer has lost nothing and if you do he has made a lot of money. The only "cost" is the time and money to write the email which is normally automated, so basically free.

In short the example you made is non-applicable in this situation.
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>>2977069
The reason i think we took over hanano and retroactively partially overwrote her personality are because of the text prompts OP gives us. Those tend to be the closest ones to the "base" hanano she originally was, which -as you can see- are pretty yandere in nature. When we took over, we basically disregarded her most yandere attributes and replaced them for cold and logical ones. That's why morgan couldn't puppet us as well as she had liked and we didn't even try to rape our brother on the bath tub.
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>>2977080
They have to rely on quantity because the scammer has no guarantee that the mark will fall for it. Perhaps they don't have a son, perhaps they don't care that much for easy money, perhaps they've heard this one before.

Having watched us for what was presumably a long period of time, Morgan could be certain that we would react to an implied threat to Eiji. She more or less knew in advance how to compel us to be stupid.
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>>2977083
>When we took over, we basically disregarded her most yandere attributes and replaced them for cold and logical ones.
I don't see this to be the case. Just because we didn't play a stereotypical ax-crazy yandere doesn't mean we aren't just as obsessive over the target of our affections.

Yanderes can be cold and calculating just as much as they can be hysterical and impulsive. Throughout our time playing her, we've shown Hanano to be both at times - impulsive when Eiji is directly threatened or when dealing directly with him, and calculating when more indirectly concerned with his well being.

But throughout, we've always kept Eiji as her primary concern; even when suffering a mental breakdown, she keeps coming back to 'how to I protect Eiji'.

As far as I can see, the way we've played Hanano is absolutely a valid extension of the initial material we were given to work with.

>we didn't even try to rape our brother on the bath tub.
are you fucking serious here
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>>2976828
> "Torture is awfully painful..."

>>2976849
It could be Morgan fucking with us, it could be us having some sort of psychosis and imputing other words, we may become an unreliable narrator.
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>>2976849
Probably the size of the hands, it can also be that the authorities already suspect that another girl killed her because of reasons undisclosed to the public and want to put pressure on the criminal.
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>>2977083
Hanano kept her craziness secret for years. That alone should tell you that she isn't the kind to fly off the handle and attack other girls head on.

And that alone should have told Morgan that relying on Hanano to attack the girls head on wouldn't work.
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>>2977039
we can be pretty retarded though. Plus this isnt one girl just flirting with our brother, but 3 of them planning to have his babies. honestly its surprising our yandere didnt go full throttle
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>>2977138
I count as us barging into his room the night we got kidnapped as us trying to pull a controlled 10% throttle. We just get quiet when the throttle gets really going.
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>>2977138
Hanano's obsessive tendencies aren't, or at least haven't yet been, motivated in terms of 'I need to make Eiji love me and me alone' or 'No one other than me can love Eiji'. That isn't the type of love she has for him. As we've played her, her primary motivation has been 'How do I keep Eiji safe?'

So insofar as flirting with our brother is concerned, she isn't likely to take direct action. She takes action when someone is a potential threat to his well being.

Just like barging into his room when magical girls who intend to drag him into their own battles, or yelling at Eiji to run when faced with an enemy who honestly the two of them might have a chance at taking down if they worked together.

She doesn't consider extraneous things in these situations. Her obsession with Eiji's safety overrides everything, and she acts immediately and impulsively in the way she believes will best ensure it.
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>>2977156
>Hanano's obsessive tendencies aren't, or at least haven't yet been, motivated in terms of 'I need to make Eiji love me and me alone' or 'No one other than me can love Eiji'.
Except that is the first thing we learn about her. Its even in the first post of the quest.

>>2956871
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>>2977161
I fail to see which part of that post indicates that to necessarily be the case.

Hanano later even says: "Sorry, Eri, we could've been friends. You just accidentally showed me how dangerous you are to Eiji."

The murder can and, in the context of Hanano's later actions, probably should be rationalized as being motivated by a concern for Eiji's well being.
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>>2977173
check the red text again.
>You are Nawakubi Hanano, and you have killed your fellow peer out of sick love for your brother who's ignorant of your actions.
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>>2977161

Maybe (although I don't see it), but as anon's saying, we've quickly since kinda overrode that part over her personality in voting, and we consistently vote in a way that's less about 'he's mine and only mine forever and ever' and more about 'He's mine because I trust literally no one else to do right by him.' Granted, the QM tends to write things out a touch differently (or wants to, judging by the options often given), but the playerbase has so far been astonishingly consistent about it.
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>>2977179
>You are Nawakubi Hanano, and you have killed your fellow peer out of sick love for your brother who's ignorant of your actions.
That does not remotely mean that we killed her out of jealousy or anything of the sort. Only that our love for him drove us to kill her.

Which is perfectly in line with killing her out of a desire to keep Eiji safe.
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>>2977187
look mate we might be the ones making the choices, but theres been plenty of times where hanano wanted to jump enjis bones, but we played it smart. During the shower scene the QMd gave us a lot of chances to pick ‘rape enji’ as our next move. In a way you can argue that those unchosen choices were thoughts going through hananos heads, and we are the one deciding the course of action.

stop trying to twist it mate, keeping him safe is not for the sake of just keeping him safe, but keeping him safe for US. We can’t have him otherwise.
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>>2977187
ok, found another proof.
>>2957542
>Few. Few?! That's one too many - the only one should be me! His caring big sister!

>>2977183
that makes sense although i feel that the lines get too blurry to make a solid difference between the two points.

>>2977195
My nigga
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>>2977173
>>2977156
>>2977173
>>2977183
>>2977187
The fucking denial in these posts.
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>>2977183
>and more about 'He's mine because I trust literally no one else to do right by him.
It also helps that everyone that has an interest in him so far (Outside of family) has had some measure of ill intentions imagined or otherwise for the little shit.
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>>2977201
Almost as if we're playing the role of a crazy person or something.
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any plan for this week and month ?
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>>2977195
>In a way you can argue that those unchosen choices were thoughts going through hananos heads, and we are the one deciding the course of action.
That seems meta to the point of unreasonableness, and unless OP states this to be so, I doubt it's the case.

Choices in quests are generally suggestions from the QM that 'I could see you having the MC do this' - with exceptions for quests where you explicitly play voices in a character's head. Otherwise what's the reasoning behind the write-in option?

And the fact that we explicitly rejected those other choices also has implications on Hanano's characterization. As I said, she's characterized retroactively by our decisions.

>>2977197
Alright, I can't deny this one. The only thing I might say is that it was from a fairly early post, where Hanano's character was not yet as fleshed out in complexity and we were still going largely off the standard yandere tropes.
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>>2977203
>Meanwhile on Hanano's brain one tiny idea sparks in her mind but suddenly gets snuffed out.

>>2977208
Recontact our family and maybe join the WMA for protection? right now it seems like our best option. We might hate the MG team that is trying to fuck our brother, but as an organization, they seem like our best choice at the moment.
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>>2977208
Recover our strength. Decide whether or not to reveal to our friends and family that we're still alive.

Find out what's happened to Eiji. Get extremely fucking mad if Morgan or the WMA have put him in danger.

Break down and apologize profusely when we realize we caused Eiji distress by getting captured.

Depending on Eiji's situation at that point, see what the best way of keeping him safe is from there.
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>>2977218
I'd say change the whole protection thing for the "get this fucking wierd ass magic that's supposed to make me into a Mordred meatpuppet out of me" thing. Also recuperate some more from the torture and soon afterwards get as much combat training in as we can so we can murder magical creatures with little difficulty on our own. Because it was very obvious that outside of that shit roll, we had the Lizardcunt on the ropes.
Other than that it's a good start.
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>>2977223
oh yeah. the magic seals. honestly had forgotten about them.

>>2977222
>the best way of keeping him safe is from there.
thats easy. With us. in the same bed.hugging each other. naked.
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>>2977229
Agreed
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>>2977212
>I could see the MC doing this
FTFY
The point of the write-in is write-in something the MC would do

If you have a MC thats a super duper good guy who wants to save the maidens and not kill anyone, you can’t just turn him around and be like ‘*teleports behind you* nothing personell kid, unsheathes katana.” There would have to be a major event that would cause this guy to suddenly become a killer.
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>>2977243
>The point of the write-in is write-in something the MC would do
That's exactly it. The point of write-ins is to write-in things that the players could see the MC doing that the QM hasn't thought of yet. Whereas the given options are suggestions from the QM of things that the players could vote for players to do.

In most quests where write-ins are permitted, the default options from the QM cannot be a list of the dominant thoughts in the MC's head, precisely because write-ins exist, and so the MC's decision-making process when a vote is being held is controlled far more by the players than the QM. Even in voice-in-the-MC's-head-style quests, the list of thoughts echoing around the their head is usually defined by the votes that are cast rather than the original set of choices given.

>If you have a MC thats a super duper good guy who wants to save the maidens and not kill anyone, you can’t just turn him around and be like ‘*teleports behind you* nothing personell kid, unsheathes katana.” There would have to be a major event that would cause this guy to suddenly become a killer.
I largely agree with you on this. It's the responsibilities of both players and the QM to keep choices in line with existing characterization; but that's an entirely different point from what I was trying to make, and not a discussion I think we should really have right now.