Archive:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.html?tags=HairbrushPrevious thread: >>3220949I wake up to the sound of my dresser's drawers. Alarmed, I pull myself out of the clutches of slumber, my body rising in top speed to search for this intruder inside my room. Fortunately, it was Otobe; her eyes become as wide as moons the moment she realizes the spot that she's in, her attempt to find her phone a failure.Despite how refreshing the morning is, I had to scold her. She was quick to beg when I brought up the binding ring, to which, I wasn't very serious about in my part. I do have a soft spot for my maids~"From now on, you're going to be my personal hug pillow. Got it?" I said, relinquishing her place at the futon. If she's always within my arms, then she won't be able to wander about. Besides, my bed is huge!Otobe understood, nodding her head wildly. "Y-Yes, Master Mordred. I-I won't do it again..."I relax my face, grinning. "Good. May you remember this now~ Now help me wake Gwynevere up."After getting ready for the day, I experienced quite a fine breakfast at the dining hall. Really, Mother should spend more time outside of the lab...Well, not that I have any say in her lifestyle. She hasn't called me for anything, so it's best not to bother her with useless talks.That just leaves me with a lot of free time in my hands until any further notices.> Explore outside of the castle> Explore the dungeon's contents.> Experiment with the lust crystal.> Other/Write-in
>>3231768> Other/Write-in>Gym training for Otobe.As a punishment! and to let her know what's to come in her future!
>>3231768>Gym training for Otobe.
>>3231789>>3231768Time for weight training...also let's do it outside the castle. It'll be interesting
>>3231804No. She just proved herself to be pretending. This isn't real obedience. This is her feigned obedience. She knows it could be worse and she still defies our trust behind our back. I don't trust her out there.
>>3231768 Experiment with the lust crystal.
>>3231768>Gym training for Otobe.>>3231827I mean, it's not entirely unexpected, at least for me. I still say we need to sit down with her and just have a tete-a-tete with her. Figure out what she's thinking.
>>3231768> Other/Write-in>Gym training for Otobe.Without going outside the house, it's clear that she's too untrustworthy to be left alone without anyone to keep watch over her.
>>3231768>Lick the lust crys-I mean>>3231789This, yeah, this.
>>3231827POWs have the right to escape. Actually i'm impressed that she waited a whole week before trying it.>>3231883We would be with her. After all, who else would train her in the best way possible but us?
>>3231789>>3231803>>3231804>>3231860>>3231883>>3231891With coats on our backs, the three of us heads out into the forest beyond the castle's walls. Spring has finally caught up, the snow melting into nearby streams and open crags; disregarding the chilly wind, the Sun, who's unobstructed by the any amount of clouds, is there to provide a soothing warmth.Stopping after we reached a safe enough distance from home, I commence Otobe's training in physical strength. Starting off small, I instruct her to run a lap or three as a warm-up, Gwynevere joining her on the fun while supporting an example as a peer. It is only then do I observe how inept she is, completely out of breath when she comes back after the third lap.Merciful as I am, I let Otobe rest for a little while. It also gave me an opportunity to find heavy enough rocks for her weight, which wasn't very hard on its own.With every step that she needed to take, either me or Gwynevere had to help her maintain a proper form. It took longer than I imagined, pushing the weak maid to her utmost limits.> End Otobe's training. You always have tomorrow.> Continue her training.> Other/Write-in
>>3231941> End Otobe's training. You always have tomorrow.> Other/Write-inAsk about her life and stuff. Maybe she'll mention her teammates and Eiji
>>3231941>End Otobe's training. You always have tomorrow.She still needs to do her maiden duties and some exercise won't stop her from doing such.> Other/Write-in>Begin learning how to make control collars
>>3231941>>3231952This.Encourage her! She may be weak now, but once we've finished she may be almost not reallyas good as Gwynevere!
>>3231941>> End Otobe's training. You always have tomorrow.> Other/Write-in.> "Your physical acumen is atrociously weak, and you seem to have no greater ability than that of a barrier-maker. I will do my utmost to bring you up to proper standard, but if you don't mind my asking, how, pray tell, did you come to be a knight?"Also >>3231950 in general.
>>3231952>>3231950>>3231965...what about we choose all of these options? i don't think that either contradicts each other.
>>3231977...You're not wrong.
>>3231950>>3231952>>3231962>>3231965I decide to stop for today. We always have tomorrow to continue, and I wouldn't want to exhaust her too much before sundown."I admire your effort. It'll serve as a good foundation upon the following months of your training. However, I can't avoid the facts. Your physical acumen is atrociously weak, and you seem to have no greater ability than that of a barrier-maker. It's my responsibility to bring you up to a proper standard. But, if you don't mind me asking, how, pray tell, did you come to be a knight?"Otobe looks at me weirdly. "Er. What do you define as a knight?""You use a catalyst like myself, although, not as magnificent; your outfits are tailored, you hold both magical and physical skill. Why wouldn't I see all of you as a knight? To me, you just lack a suit of armor."The weak maid exchanges eyes with Gwynevere who only gives a shrug. "What I have is crucial to preventing damage to a city's infrastructure and keeping the populace's eyes away. There are other methods, but I allow far more freedom. Not that it matters to you, though.""So that's what you were doing back then," recalling our first encounter."Does that mean you can steal stuff?...Like chocolate?" Gwynevere asked, jumping onto the idea."Sadly, no," Otobe instantaneously said in a flat tone."Oh boo!" the catty girl exclaimed.On our way back, I tried to know more about Otobe's life. It has come to my attention that's she's more private than I thought during her first week here. Stubborn and, or, reluctant to intimate questions. She doesn't seem to be hiding something very personal. Rather, she doesn't want to tell me anything.Into the dungeon, I reignite my curiosity for the binding ring whose only use so far is to be a wrist band.The door to Mother's lab was closed; from the other side, I can hear her laugh. No matter how hard I knock, I can't reach her.I think there are a few stray journals from where I first obtained the item. I suppose that I shall check them for myself.>Roll
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This is Otobe's fault. I have no proof, but i also have no doubts.
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>3232111Oh dear. Here's hoping.
>>3232115>>3232118>>3232151>10Writing...Previous thread archived.
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Rolled 55 (1d100)>>3232158...at least it was a...perception? luck? roll. We lose nothing! I hope
best case scenario we can't find anything about that other girl and everything is FINE
>>3232170What if we get something back? In a lot of Arthurian legends Mordred was always kind of a prick but in another portion of them he only became evil after finding out the true circumstances of his birth and the prophecies about his fate. fits pretty well right Nawa
>>3232193P-preposterous! Morded is a noble girl who will do no such thing! pls stay go nawa, you were a bad girl
>>3232193Oh boy, that would be rather interesting.
>>3232158Mother's scattered journals yield nothing promising in what I'm searching for. Most, if not all, of the pages are in a different language, their schematics and graphs offering no knowledge beyond their pronunciation. There were a few pictures that did studied the binding ring's shape, but I could not decipher its description as well.> Search the dungeon room for any other items.> Visit someplace else in the castle.> Other/Write-in
>>3232193BUT i just remembered something! Morgan keeps looking for condensed memories every four days. If nawa was ever to return, she'd quickly be plucked away, just like some ugly weed in a beautiful and honorable garden.
>>3232208>> Search the dungeon room for any other items.
>>3232208>> Visit someplace else in the castle.Might as well take a look around, see if anything else might be useful to us later.
>>3232208>Visit someplace else in the castle.Lets go to the library then. We can learn new magic theories and tricks there. And just may~be they will align with our goals.
>>3232208>Ask mother to aid you in learning magic, you know you have the talent, yet you seem only to be able to wield your weapon!>Perhaps some sparring with Gwynevere
>>3232222she is maniacally laughing right now, i don't think she can hear us.
>>3232195>>3232198 My working theory is that Morgan is use to dealing with corrupting chivalrous knights and either intimidating evil into line or just killing the competition. She tried to make lemons into lemonade with Nawa—but she wound up with blood orange juice instead. I’m under the assumption that in twisting evil bitch Nawa against her base nature she accidentally created a good, knightly Mordred. In the process completely fucking herself over. If Mordered is good, eventually she will come to disapprove of her mother’s goals. Resulting in Morderd living up to her namesake and “Come mother let us embrace each other. “ If Morgan tries to get rid of Mordred she runs the risk of reawakening Nawa, who will be even worse than a pissed off Mordred. Basically Morgan might have zugzwang and is too busy maniacaly laughing to notice.
>>3232218>>3232220The castle's library is a better place for what I'm searching. Granted, I have to browse through the shelves, but that's no biggie."Is something wrong, Gwynevere?" watching as her head burns out at the sight of all the books."Ah. Oh, sorry. It's just that I'm not good with this kind of thing.""You don't necessarily have to read any of them. I only need help in finding what I want.""Right. Silly me, nyehahaha..." she laughed, returning to a more easy-going mood. "Care to help me, Otobe?" turning to see that her junior has already begun the process.What I found in the library helped me understand more about magic and my potential for it. Basic theory is hard enough to grasp on its own, but I got it down with a brief explanation from Otobe.My palm-sized flame grew to a bigger scale once I learned how to conduct the magical energy within air, relying on proven techniques instead of intuition. That's a step forward, right?!~ After all, a prodigy like me grows at a faster rate than any other~A demon came through the door, calling for me. "Sir Mordred. Master Morgan wishes to speak with you.""H-Huh?" detaching myself from my studies. "Right away, yes?""Yes," the servant repeated, leading us to the same laboratory door.>Cont.
>>3232297>"Come mother let us embrace each other." Wait, where is that from? It sounds familiar, but it's bugging me now. Also I like that theory.
>>3232297I wouldn't consider us good though. Actually we fit the archetype of the Ubermensch better than anything else while Nawa is the Last Man. correct me if im wrong, -which i definitely might be- but we are only aligned to Morgan because we know no better, but at the same time, if we knew what she wants to do, we wouldn't try to interfere unless it goes against out perceived morals and goals.
>>3232352That's sort of how I see it. It's not that Morgan wants to take over the world that would gain our ire, it's how she goes about it that might. If we're going to conquer the world, we will do it with our own power and adhering to standards that we believe will make sure we are clearly seen to be the true and rightful rulers by all and sundry. (If that makes sense.)
>>3232333 I misremembered the line it’s ...embrace at last https://youtu.be/1p49F-qcstw >>3232352 As much as I like Nietzschean philosophy. Quite literally playing with Arthurian archetypes here.
>>3232378there is no reason to not stack one over the other. If anything, this will create something bigger than its parts. Also, this is just speculation and theorycrafting, so nothing of value will be gained or lost.
>>3232383I know but it’s fun to talk about while we wait for updates.
>>3232326"Mother, I have come," I greeted."A good morning, it seems. How are you?~" Mother reciprocated, lifting up my chin for an awkward second."What am I to do? Another mission, perhaps?""Hm~ Yes, as you expected," she hummed. "Gwynevere," looking to said person, "How have you been?~ Does my daughter satisfy you? Because she, herself, is quite the happy flower~""Y-Yes, Master Morgan," trying to hide her embarrassment with a veil of worry. "Things been chipper ever since.""That's nice to hear..." Mother's purple eyes gazes over to Otobe. Her seemingly innocent smile causes my second maid to swallow her throat, cautiously taking a step back for what's to come. "I must not lose track. Please excuse me~ Mordred, do you still have that lust crystal?""Of course," I said, stored within my pocket to which I pull it out. The wanting feeling that is exudes courses through my hand, reproducing the same heated excitement in me.Mother delicately plucks it from my hand, examining it. "For the pass week, I have amassed a sizable amount of these crystals. Probably around thirty or so, carefully cleaned by a diligent maid to note~" She then gives it back for me to pocket again. "As for the mission, there's a little rat running around my territory. Most likely a girl from the WMA that has been sent to assist the group that you previously fought. The problem is that she's a hard one to catch; even a certain lizard is having a hard time. So I want you and Gwynevere here to finally catch her. Don't worry, Otobe can accompany me while you're out.""Catch her? Like a prisoner, you mean?" Gwynevere, wanting clarification."Right. But my prisoner~ I want her for myself and that's a strict order."> Ask about the girl's powers.> Ask about the girl's appearance.> Get going right away.Going to sleep. Will be back around 5-6 p.m PST.
>>3232427>Very well mother! I will fetch this sneak thief!> Ask about the girl's powers.> Ask about the girl's appearance.
>even a certain lizard is having a hard time.Perhaps it's because he's only good at being an infiltrator and not a COUNTER?>>3232427> Ask about the girl's powers.> Ask about the girl's appearance.> Ask if there's an ability or spell to aid you in detecting hidden objects or people
Guys, i'm scared. why does she wants us to consume the crystal? to be manipulated easier?
>>3232494To increase our power!
>>3232494Probably, considering that she lied to us before.Say Anon, if there is such a thing as Sin Crystals. Does that mean there could be Crystals that contain Virtues?
>>3232498I'm gonna say definitely. Maybe there is also an extra 4th crystal type, but i'm not sure what they would represent; ideals maybe? This also give me an idea to capture this ghost. What if we use several sin crystals of the same type on her?, yes, she would be stronger, but her ability to think clearly will be hindered for precious moments which would allow us to capture her.The plan would be that Oneko should carry them or something to paralyze people and she would fake an escape attempt with us persecuting her. Given that we should know the general zone she is and that Oneko definitely is a key to defeat morgan, the ghost will likely blow its cover allowing us to take her by surprise, use the crystals on her(or make a backstab attempt) and capture her.
>>3232427>> Ask about the girl's powers.>> Ask about the girl's appearance.
Am here. Will be starting up.
>>3234473Thx bbyGonna dab 4 u
>>3232436>>3232444>>3232445>>3234433"Very well, Mother! I will fetch this sneaky thief! However, it would be useful to have some knowledge about her powers and appearance.""I can only capture snippets of what she looks like; her body's heavily coated along with a pair of, to the best of my assumptions, a set of headphones. As for her catalyst, it's unidentifiable for the time being. But what I do know is that she's trying to map a path to the castle and that her ability might help her in that. If possible, keep her from such objective.""Yes, Mother. Me and Gwynevere will be back in no time!" I said, returning to my room to get my gear on.Rolling out under the midday Sun, my armored shoes crush the snow with each step as I run into the defending woods. I have been informed that this intruder shouldn't be far from the start of Mother's barrier. Though, she might've already made it deeper into our territory.Gwynevere's frosted breath puffs out of her helmet's visor. Like a train of sorts. "Sure that this is the right way?""Mother pointed me at the direction of the thief's tracks. We're to use them to, hopefully, hunt them down sooner than planned.">Roll
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>>3234568FOR MOTHER AND HONOR!
>>3234580COMBAT ROLLS NEVER DISAPPOINT!I'm also willing to bet that the ghost catalyst are her headphones.
>>3234580Which reminds me, if there's an Arthur (or Arturia since we're genderflipping everyone) how are we going to react?
>>3234584I thought one of the skanks with Eji was the author expi?
>>3234584...in the same way we react to everything? Challenge her to HONORABLE COMBAT, get disappointed that she is a cheating bastard and make her our maid.
>>3234588I think you are right. Maybe the queen is Arthur; i can't recall who is who other than eiji is merlin. we also should ask Otobe about who is er spirit knight
>>3234589We can't, this one is explicitly mother's, remember?
>>3234600we're talking about the King Arthur expy, not our current target the sneaky spy
>>3234607Oh, right. Der.
>>3234594Both us and Eiji come from Merlin's blood.One of the bitches is of Arthur's bloodline.I still don't know how the fuck there's even a bloodline of King Arthur when it died with actual Mordred.
>>3234612Maybe it's a spiritual link instead of a blood link?Of course, that means that anyone can have King Arthur's spirit as their empowering soul. Even Mordred.
>>3234612well, judging from Morgan's ramblings, merlin was an incubus, so i don't think its out of the question that someone brought arthur's soul back from the dead and that reincarnation had kids.
>>3234612Common theory is that someone is lying their ass off or there was heavy magic involved.
>>3234568>>3234569>>3234571>93We join the man-made tracks; they're small enough to discern them as a female's but made wide due to the intruder's choice of boots, from what I assume.Following it doesn't take us to the castle right away. The path is circling the castle, gradually getting closer before the person who made it could see the highest point of Mother's home."Over there!" Gwynevere yelled, throwing one side of her flail towards a random direction. From out of the dispersed snow, I am granted the reveal of our sneaky thief; sensing the dangerous strike, she instantly runs to the left of the path and towards the direction of the barrier.> Pursue on foot.> Shoot at her with your rifle.> Bombard her with you cannon.> Other/Write-in
>>3234625>> Shoot at her with your rifle.Sniping's a good job, mate!Also order Gwynevere to pursue
>>3234625>Bombard her with you cannon.Artillery, the natural predator of foot soldiers and any ground vehicle!
>>3234625>> Shoot at her with your rifle.A disabling strike. Capture, not kill.>>3234631...Eh, yeah, sure why not.
>>3234625>> Shoot at her with your rifle.> Shoot at her with your rifle.
>>3234631>>3234634>>3234640>>3234641"Gwynevere, pursue!" I commanded, crouching down on the snow while I aim my shot."On it!" The catty girl makes haste towards the escaping thief, momentum bringing her to new levels of speed.>Roll
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>>3234648Behold, the huntress and her faithful tigress- a duo of predators unmatched in all the kingdom. (Hopefully.)
>>3234654We're unmatched in all the kingdom because we're the only ones on team Morgan that are knights barring our recent maid
>>3234667if we continue like this, we might be able to get some extra independence of our own.
>>3234647>>3234648>>3234649>80Upon finding confidence through the lens of this hunt, I pull down the trigger. Before me, the magically composed bullet rips through the air, producing a wave of opposite force that pushes my form backwards.It hits, wounding the girl's left leg, to which she fumbles over herself in sudden pain. Awfully weak she is in spite of her stamina.Gwynevere, approaching, was about to arrest this intruder before another unexpectedly shows up. The second trespasser wore the same outfit, but is inherently more rougher in her disposition. Unlike her weaponless comrade (or maybe sister) she wields a bow.In response to her partner's appearance, the former vanishes. Sadly, unaware, the wounded personage leaves a trail of blood and panicky footprints. Made worse with her loud crying.Gwynevere tries to go for the marked, but is stopped by the second thief. Her thin bow can dish out quite the punch with its magically produced arrows.> Chase the wounded and leave Gwynevere with the current one.> Fight the current one before you and make Gwynevere chase the wounded.> Other/Write-in
>>3234681> Fight the current one before you and make Gwynevere chase the wounded.
>>3234681>Fight the current one before you and make Gwynevere chase the wounded.
>>3234681>Fight the current one before you and make Gwynevere chase the wounded.Can we keep this one? Morgan only specified she wanted the wounded one. You know, bend the rules and all of that.
>>3234692Ah yes! Fantastic! We may have to use the collar on this one however... it seems strong willed!
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COMBAT ROLLS NEVER FUCKING DISAPPOINT!
>>3234729Dont taunt the dice gods.They will strike us down
>>3234730they already fuck us on social rolls. I think this is fair.
>>3234731Good thing social roles don't kill us.Yet
>>3234734I don't know, if we botch a social roll and results in the knight leaving us to die in a pit somewhere rather than help us, I say that our social roll killed.
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>3234747We would roll to stabilize surelyRolling to not bleed out
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>3234757Well, seems like we just grabbed a fistful of dirt and filled the wound with it.Rolling for cauterizing the wound
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>3234757>>3234758Clutch?
>>3234758Shit dude. We should be careful to stay out of ditches or bleedingMaybe have a potion hidden away for out of combat dying scenarios
>>3234763We're going to need those for real rolls...
>>3234763Fuck. That's good but I can't help feeling disappointed
>>3234769Eh. By the moment we need to roll again, those numbers are already dead.
>>3234724>>3234725>>3234726>89I unite with my maid, preparing myself beforehand with a readied stance, my sword turned and drawn. "Tell my thy name before I strike you down!"Separating herself from Gwynevere's assault, she looks to me. "Tch." She disregards what was questioned of her, drawing an arrow at me.Pushing my shoulders to the left, the projectile misses; the glowing arrows lodges itself into a tree, and, upon the passing of a second, dissipates its form completely. "That's how it is then," I said, displeased.Reminded of my armored maiden's presence, she bashes Gwynevere's helmet with the end of her bow. On my part, I brandish my blade to meet her chest. Narrowly, she avoids it; to continue this futile struggle - as she cannot fend off both of us at once - she draws another arrow at me after shuffling a ways back within the snow.>Roll
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>3234781Woooo
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>3234781Watch me fuck up this roll everybody.
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Rolled 14 (1d100)>>3234781>"Ruffians abound. There is much work to be done to educate the masses in knightly behavior."
>>3234787And finish that by shooting her with the canon.
>>3234781Gwyn go chase the fucking mvp prize.
>>3234784>>3234785>>3234786>83Getting the memo that this isn't a winnable fight, she attempts to escape for herself. It was her partner's trail that she decided to take, the two powerful enemies coursing along for a final action in this situation.I halt both me and Gwynevere, aiming a cannon at our target's back. "Ruffians abound. There is so much work to be done to educate the masses in knightly behavior," I said, hitting her square in the back.The second intruder yelps upon colliding with cannon fire, tossed into a heavy pile of slow like a rag doll. Her sharp eyes become dazed, but glares when my figure enters her peripheral.Uselessly, she lifts her arms to strike my body in a clubbing maneuver. It was weak, though. Able to grasp the end of her bow, I push her arms down to restrict her. Soon, she's exhausts all of her energy after flailing about."Ach! C-Calm down!" Gwynevere pleaded upon being slapped on the cheek."Hell I will! Better to cause more trouble for you in this predicament!" our arrested person finally spoke.> Talk "Write-in"> Go seek out the other girl.> Return to the castle.> Other/Write-in
>>3234808>Gwynevere do you believe yourself capable of capturing the wounded?>Collar this one
>>3234808>Go seek out the other girl.>Leave Onkeo to guard this prisoner.Wasn't oneko on her trail?
>>3234813We did but apparently that didn't happen.
>>3234817At least the other is bleeding, leaving very clear tracks and apparently is also screaming/crying/whimpering or something. She's the easiest prey someone could ever ask.
Did mother want the cry baby or the badass?
>>3234808>"I know not your frustrations with me or mine, but you should behave yourself in a manner befitting your station, not like some impudent child.">If we can heal wounds, do so.>Regardless, keep Gwynevere here to guard the prisoner as we go to track the wounded down.
>>3234827the crybaby. The badass is a bonus that that we might be able to trade in exchange for something, i guess. Her favor and trust maybe?
>>3234832Actually, that might be an idea. Prisoner exchange?
>>3234831She's fine. The one that is bleeding is the one that needs first aid, otherwise she will pass out from blood loss sooner or later.
>>3234833Not a prisoner exchange per se, but something like "Hey mom, Look what i got'cha. Don't you think this deserves some advanced magic lessons"?
>>3234836I'd rather have an extra servant... this girl seems competent and if she can be brought around to our way of things we'll be on our way to building an incredibly strong squad/team of our own.
>>3234813>>3234831I meet up close to my new prisoner. She jerks to loosen Gwynevere's hold, but ultimately fails in each tiring move. "I know not your frustrations with me or mine, but you should behave yourself in a manner befitting your station. Not like some impudent child."She kicks at me weakly, barely making me feel the tip of her boot on my knee. "Make me! Like I'm goin' ta listin' to the people who 'urt my lil' sis!"> Collar this girl before departing from Gwynevere.> Don't collar this girl. Gwynevere can handle an exhausted prisoner while you're gone.> Other/Write-in
>>3234846> Collar this girl before departing from Gwynevere.
>>3234843I'd also like an extra servant, but this one seems too feisty and could conspire with Otobe to escape. Also having mother off of our backs is a great benefit in and of itself.>>3234846> Don't collar this girl. Gwynevere can handle an exhausted prisoner while you're gone.>Gwynevere! knock her out if she is too troublesome.
>>3234846>> Don't collar this girl. Gwynevere can handle an exhausted prisoner while you're gone.>"She intruded on our property. That is, in itself, a crime, and holds the risks thereof. Nonetheless, she will be healed once in captivity, as will you." You hope.
>>3234851Mother isn't on our back and the collar is literally the anti-feistiness device...
>>3234854We're not against it wholesale, but I think we still want to wait until we know how to deactivate it first.
>>3234846> Other/Write-inKnock her out and have Gwyn take care of herWe have to hunt down the spy, who really needs medical attention given the blood she lost
>>3234854She kinda is though. The way she inspected us before this mission and that she asked for the crystal again gave me the vibe that she suspects something is going on.
>>3234831No healing until we're back.They are probably looking for okabe. We should bring some sort of handcuffs next time though. I'm worried this one is just playing possum though
>>3234875thankfully the only thing we know about healing(given by the joke rolls) is that trowing stuff into the wound does something.
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>>3234851 >>3234853 "She, your sister, intruded on our property. That is, in itself, a crime and holds the risks thereof. Nonetheless, the both of you will be healed once you are in captivity." The nameless intruder holds up a distrusting face, unable to tell if my words are true. Sighing, I then looking to Gwynevere. "Knock her out if she becomes too troublesome." "Will do, master," my maid answered back. Seeing that my servant's independence won't cause any problems to arise in my absence, I go on to seek the other part of the pair. >Roll
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Rolled 90 (1d100)>>3234889I will admit, I'm hoping Oneko convinces her we're not that bad.
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Rolled 10 (1d100)>>3234889wew laddie
>>3234892She accomplishes this by telling the sister all the war crimes Morgan committed on her.
>>3234896Oof, I hope not, considering her sister is to be delivered TO Morgan...
>>3234907Or we just make the interrogation process WAY easier.
>>3234890>>3234892>>3234893>90Spending a whole half-hour down the trail, I come to hear someone weeping. A small cave was off to the side of the bloody trail, and in it was the younger sister. If she beared with the wound any longer, then she would've escaped Mother's barrier. But she didn't, taking shelter inside this den to aid herself.Peeking from the entrance's edge, I spy a bit before approaching. The site where I shot her in the leg is covered in a bloody cloth; although the bleeding is massively reduced, is pools in a minuscule size.The growing concern in her mind doesn't stop the lulling drowsiness that shows in her eyes. When I came up to her, it was as if I never existed.How she acted could've been worse; I picked her up in my arms to return back to Gwynevere and onto home. Occasionally, she would fuss to keep herself awake, though, mindlessly.It wasn't long before I got her patched up. But still, I had to present her and her sister to my Mother.Carefully, as if she was looking for something, Mother examined the sisters' properties. I spectated the process that they underwent, the rougher sister resisting at every turn my mother made while the other slept.It consisted of what I have gone through previously-- now that I mention it, my next checkup is tomorrow.>Roll 1d2 for Mother decision.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>3234923Eh? Hm.
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>3234923
I should mention that this roll will be decided through majority.
...i don't feel this roll is relevant at all. We don't know what we are rolling for and although i can guess for what it is, we have no control over it.
>>3234938My guess is which girl morgan takes.
>>3234940but the choice is meaningless regardless.
>>3234923>>3234931>Roll 1d2 for Mother decision.>be decided through majority.But why? Wouldn't it be better if you did the roll?
>>3234923I want yankee
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>3234950Then I forgot the roll
time to see what is behind curtain number 2!
>>3234942>>3234947You make a good point.Changing toWhich of the two sisters do you want?> Older sister (Yankee)> Younger sister
>>3234957Okay, much harder of a question, here.I'm gonna vote for the>Younger SisterSimply because the older sister seems like she's protective of her younger sister, and if she got to choose which got the better outcome, she'd want her little sibling to be the one.
>>3234957>Older sister (Yankee)I'll be nice to tame the bull. It will be informative.>>3234950Why you call her Yankee? I don't get it.
Going to sleep. Will be back around 4-5 p.m. PST
>>3234960It's a Japanese thing. Doesn't quite mean the same thing it does in Western countries. Basically it just means 'a rough and tumble/loud' sort of person.
>>3234960She has a yankee accent>>3234957Gimme the older. The younger would be easier to guilt trip but mother wanted the mapper so she gets the mapper
>>3234957> Older sister (Yankee)
>>3234957> Younger sister
>>3234957>Older sister (Yankee)
I think this is the most intense voting we have seen in all threads so far.
>>3236197And it's over younger or older. Is it just a preference? There's no point in the vote at all.
Older sister since I want to join the fun too. Also we are going to make them obedient that they will have heart irises right?
>>3236262I have no idea. Nya certainly seems to though.
So, question is- what's going to happen to the younger sibling?I'm worried it'll be something horrific.
>>3236258I believe there is one. Older would be harder to "tame" but she also seems to be the muscle to the sister's brain andwe don't really need another brain since we have Otobe and more importantly, us.
>>3236284Are you questioning the noble intentions of Morgan Le Fay?How perposterous.
>>3236284Well mother's going to have another new crystal. Or a soulless mapping robot.
>>3236284Probably strip her of her magical powers and experiment on giving it to someone or something else instead?
>>3236302I dont think that morgan makes the crystals out of people. It seems too wasteful. If i were her, i'd wipe her memories and send her back as a sleeper agent and give the excuse that Yankee sacrificed herself so that she could escape.
>>3236302Ooh, that's a dirty one.>>3236305That, too.It's amazing how this quest has, IMO, blown up. It's great. And I love how there's still that hanging specter of our old MC that really could cause issues later. It's a great thing to keep in the back of our minds.
>>3236327OLD MC A SHIT MORDED A BEST!
>>3236327>>3236341You know, that's interesting?Why do we like Mordred better than Nawa when we originally were invested in her suffering and overcoming of such? Is it because we could make Mordred into whatever we wanted? (in this case a theatrical HAM beast?)
>>3236341>Implying they're not one and the sameWe haven't even gotten started on reactivating the Yandere IFF systems yet.
>>3236348>A yandere theatrical HAM beastAnon I....
>>3236347It helps that Mordred is actually going out and doing stuff, whereas with Nawa we barely did anything of significant note before we got double crossed.
>>3236347I think in part, but not in whole. Nawa had a bit of a prior personality established, and we adjusted that rather quickly; we were established fast, but we still had certain aspects that we more or less needed to retain if only to actually play the role we were given. Like you said, we WERE invested, absolutely. But there were some issues, IIRC, that we ended up not liking simply because happenstance or the sort- like the Lizard fight in general. Basically, we had a lot of lateral movement, but we were still kinda going along a road.Mordred is somewhat similar in that I think the QM really did have an intended 'personality' for her, but it was a LOT less defined and when we basically turned the dial up to 12, he could more easily roll with it. That, plus given our situation means we get to react to a lot more stuff, I believe. We have a fair bit more freedom to be how we want with the character.
>>3236357Mordred isn't Yandere. Mordred is NOBLE. To be fair, Nawa is quite literally another mind trapped within ours.
>>3236378Do you think NAwa's ire will be quenched when she discovers we have been more sucessful than her? or will she go the Black Manta route and develop a huge autist rage against us?
>>3236414She's not reasonable. Her only mode is EJI.
>>3236414>Implying she won't try and connect with us in our dreams and attempt to become a voice in the back of our headI mean the only person she gives a fuck for is Eiji and as long as Eiji isn't truly harmed she should be a bit more in crocodile mode of passivity.
>>3236420'Crocodile'? That's an interesting way of putting it.
Am here. Starting up.
>>3236420>Implying we'll pay attention to toughts that aren't honorable.Hell, i'm pretty sure that the moment Nawa appears in the back of our minds and tries to impose her will is the moment we go running to morgan so she can purge the bad toughts away.
>>3236449Nawa would have to get damn clever y'know, like how we were playing her initially in order to not get ratted out immediately.
>>3236449Again, the only way that's gonna pop up is if the QM writes Nawa in a stereotypical yandere way instead of the way we were playing her.
>>3236513Or she gets another body and escapes. The mapper's body in specific.
>>3236513Uh... the way we were playing Nawa got her killed and captured almost immediately.. you've got some rose sunglasses on bud.
>>3236535nah. we were fucked hard that time. No matter who we played as, you can't craft a decent plan after two days.
>>3236535>Uh... the way we were playing Nawa got her killed and captured almost immediately.. you've got some rose sunglasses on bud.Because of shit rolls m8, get the bullet out of your skull.
>>3236540You can blame the rolls if you'd like, but ultimately if failing a roll or two ends up with you as a corpse, you've chosen poorly.
>>3236546Dunno if I agree with that, personally. I also feel like we really didn't get much prep time before Lizard fuck got impatient, and at that point we were all still in 'wait, WTF' mode.
>>3236546So what you are saying is that we should have gone to prison when the offer was on the table? Because the only real choices we had was "take the deal and become a magical girl" or "get no help and eventually get caught and go to jail for murder because we actually picked a shit spot to dump a body".
>>3236554>"get no help and eventually get caught and go to jail for murder because we actually picked a shit spot to dump a body".You are wrong on that. The body was found a month later (around the time that we escaped magic prison) and by that time there were no evidence on the body.
>>3236552We were apparently the vessel of modred in the first place? Or close enough so I'd wager the mistake was trusting them at all, in the first place.>>3236554I mean killing someone period is a shit decision but Nawa's nuts not clever.Accepting the power in the first place I'm guessing was their first step to turning her into morded, continuing dialogue with them was a mistake, running out was a mistake.There's not much of a point to argue the past, but pretending Nawa was a mastermind is foolish.
>>3236463Like Mother - after their own examinations has passed - I sink deep into my own musings for the choice seems heavy. Gwynevere's playing around in the back of the laboratory, trying to comprehend the composition of Mother's little servants; they, themselves, don't mind her curiosity, as it's only just that of a cat's.Otobe, on the other hand, shows a lot more discomfort-- concern for the "loser's" fate. However, she is to easily conceal it to avoid another teasing glance from Mother."You originally wanted the younger, right, Mother?" I said, wanting for a second affirmative."Yes. And, honestly, the older one is undesirable. For me that is; either one will work for what I want.""Then I'll stick to what you've ordered and give you the younger sister," I decided.The older of the two, who I have come to know as Ijiko, throws a fit under her chains. At this point, her sister is wide awake; she reawoke during the examination process, producing much more of a problem by screaming in terror. Though, initially, as she now holds her own apprehensiveness to herself. Never speaking and daring not to move from her place. The eldritch monsters that patrols the castle adds to the anxious atmosphere around her."Who do ya think we are?! Not fuckin' goods at any shop, that's for'sure! D-Dammit! Rie, can'tcha say something?!" Ijiko's sister can only give out an utterance, as to not risk any consequential occurrence. "Oi, you alright?"Mother interrupts her, clapping a final hand. "What you have between yourselves is sweet. But this is not a theater, sadly." Snapping a finger, she ushers in two guardsmen to grab a hold of Rie and into the imprisonment next door.Angered, Ijiko puts all of her energy into breaking her restraints, but the effort is proved futile. She can only watch as her sister gets taken away under suppressing arms. "Wan'ta better piece for whatever you 'ave?! Take me then! H-Hell. I'm all yours if ya set'er free! I'm chock full of magical energy! More than ma sis could ever provide!""Sorry~ But this decision is concluded. However, seeing you react like this is simply entertaining~" Mother responded. Handing me Ijiko's leash, she then sets me off into the stairwell and upwards to the rest of our home. "Hope you play nice with your new toy, Mordred!~"> Dress her up like before?> Try to discipline her.> Talk "Write-in"> Other/Write-in
>>3236578>Talk "Write-in"Give her the talk we gave to Otobe, then let Otobe chime in in respect of how we are treating her. Then when that eventually fails.>Try to discipline her.I say 50 lashings are enough to tame her for the time being.
>>3236578You might be upset now, but perhaps In the future you will see it's not so bad. Gwynevere here came from mother so you can rest assured your sister is in skilled hands
Whippings. Seems like lashings are something entirely different.
>>3236558Alright so I double checked the first thread and you are only right on the fact that we did not establish an extra part into the deal with Morgan about getting rid of the body, HOWEVER it was mentioned early on before the first meeting with her by lizard fuck that she could manipulate events to where we would not get caught despite causing the murder. That's what was screwing with me.>>3236564>I mean killing someone period is a shit decision but Nawa's nuts not clever.That I can agree with to a degree, afterall yanderes are basically bugfuck insane.>Accepting the power in the first place I'm guessing was their first step to turning her into morded, continuing dialogue with them was a mistake, running out was a mistake.Existing was a mistake, not taking the deal was a mistake, it won't change the fact that shit happened because we don't know anything about the situation we were and are still now in regardless of what we are told.>There's not much of a point to argue the past, but pretending Nawa was a mastermind is foolish.I'm probably suffering from internet alzheimers but when did I say Nawa was a mastermind? I honestly don't recall making that statement at all.>>3236589Supporting
>>3236589This and also 50 whips is so tame. Lets do 50 paddle smacks.
>>3236578>Tell her what we told Otobe. + "I would not worry overmuch were I you. Mother is firm, but fair. She will deliver due punishment for this trespass, and see her to the prisoner's cells to serve her sentence. I've little doubt she will be fine. Perhaps we may visit in due time, should you behave yourself."> "However, unruly behavior on your part will be corrected via the whip or the collar. I would recommend neither- certainly not the collar. The sooner your acceptance of this fact, the sooner you may reunite with your sibling."
I'll admit, whipping leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Like ridiculously bad. But, it's what people want, so...
>>3236578>>3236606this>>3236601You said we weren't playing her as a sterotypical Yan and I'm of the opinion that we were. If she suddenly took over Morded I'm reasonably sure she'd be found out if experiencing any scrutiny.
>>3236605Whips can create dramatic wounds like in pic related. We're setting an example here and if everything goes well, probably we won't use them later on.>>3236610we don't need to whip her that hard. Just enough to make her realize that we can be fair but at the same time a terrific punisher. It also mellows out Otobe.
Just as an FYI, I'm playing it as though Mordred just kind of ASSUMES what her mother is going to do and doesn't actually have a damn clue, but she's confident in it because why wouldn't she be?.
>>3236619I mean, I don't know if it'll work out well in the long run in all honesty. I always much preferred to offer a carrot over a stick. That and, y'know. History largely says that people generally don't enjoy pain and want to escape it. Not to do better so as to not cause it, to ESCAPE it.
>>3236619We gave her sister to Morgan... I don't think she's ever going to obey for any reason other than fear for her sister. We should have probably taken the younger one who could have been broken/remade much more easily.
>>3236612Alright, I'll admit that it was too extreme a statement to make since we did things in accordance with it. However it did not change the fact that we did have moments where we made our yandere tendencies look like being either a overprotective sister or behaving as the sane person in a group of idiots. Not sure how that's stereotypical in line with a standard yandere but I'm gonna have to take you at your word on that one.
>>3236636Why would she be upset her sister will be fine.Just obedient
>>3236578>> Talk "Write-in"If you behave, I'm sure I can let you see your sister again.
>>3236621or, we can play it your way. more or less.You know that sometimes the expectation of pain is sometimes worse than the pain itself? Like when you are taking a shot and the moments between the alcohol rub and the shot itself? we could try to do that. prepare everything, make her fear the whip and then we give her the softest whippings we can. >>3236629but if you only offer carrots, they won't obey you because they will believe you are bluffing. You need to show both sides of the coin. Once she know what we are capable of, she will be less likely to try to fuck us up or escape.>>3236636I mean, Morgan wanted her from the beginning. There is nothing/s we could have done to prevent that.
>>3236642You're assuming Morgan wants her alive or whole.
>>3236642>>3236636I swear this is one of the reasons why I want our dudette to be better with magic just so we can look into Oneko/Gywn's memories so we can see how fucked the process was to make her that way.And now that I think about it.>>3236578>>3236644I'm changing my earlier vote to this.
>>3236642We have no idea what Morgan wants with the little sister.The older sister is going to plot to murder us if we let our guard down. And I must say, I can't blame her.
>>3236662we can always take cues from prison in order to mellow out people; solitary confinement is a hell of a motivator. On that note, we can also ask Oneko what Morgan did to her, let her blank out and then tell Ijiko that though we don't know what happened to her if she misbehaves she will have the same treatment, whatever it was.
>>3236666On our way towards my bedchamber, I begin to fill her in of what's expected of her. "As you should know, the law of this castle now applies to you. But there's simply one rule that you must follow: to not upset Mother too much. The servants here are indifferent to our presences. That, you should know as well.Damages against the property, either accidental or intentional, will be dealt with the appropriate consequences and, frankly, this is a pretty lax home to take residence in if you're well behaved. Being your master now means that my decision shall be prioritized over anything else. That is, if it's Mother's. Does that settle well?"Ijiko glares a mean eye at me. If she listened or not is imperceptible."Oh, I wouldn't worry much if I were you. Mother is both firm and fair. She will deliver due punishments for this trespass and see her to the prisoner's cells to serve her sentence. I've little doubt that she'll be fine. Perhaps, we may visit at appointed times, should you keep your attitude in check. Still, unruly behavior on your part will be corrected via the whip or collar," showing the elaborate wrist band to her for a second. "I would recommend neither - and certainly not the collar. The sooner that you accept this fact, the sooner you may reunite with your sibling."Again, she keeps her mouth shut. But I stopped when I felt a sudden tug at her leash.>Roll 1d100
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>3236704
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>3236704
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>3236704
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>3236704Hm?
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>3236704I'll toss my metaphorical dice into the ring.
well, a 53-54 sounds about for someone with a temperament like the one Ijiko has.
The dice do not approve of ignoble actions her heart isn't in it.
>>3236723Maybe we'll get into a fist fight with her. Let's talk through our fists.It'll make her feel better
>>3236727Well too bad for Ijiko, because now comes the stick.>>3236730Seems like it.
>>3236730It sure won't.
>>3236727Time to see how far we must go before we fall again
>>3236705>>3236706>>3236711>53Unexpecting the desperate pull, my grasp lets go of her restraints' leash. She then seizes the opportunity that she created herself, running past Otobe and Gwynevere to escape the current corridor that we were traversing.I immediately follow with me maids behind me. Though, it took some extra words to get Otobe running.We all soon chase her down to the cellars, Ijiko hiding between the giant shelves of bottles and full caskets of wine. Somewhere, within the dim lighting of this apartment, is the shattering of glass.> Split up and search.> Stay together and search.> Other/Write-in
>>3236742>> Split up and search.Otobe has to stick with Gwyn though
>>3236742>Tell Gywn to stay by the door just in case she tries to make a break for it again while Otobe and you go and search for her.
>>3236742> Split up and search.Otobe stays with us and Gwyn can take care of herself.> Other/Write-inTell the invisible servants to lock down the cellar.
Oh yeah, i had forgotten we can cast fire. Lets do that to see better.
>>3236742>> Split up and search.See the roll was for Morded reacting not the bullshit statement. She doesn't give a rats ass about what we have to say, someone just took her sister.
>>3236743>>3236746>>3236750>>3236751Creating a little fire to see better in the dark, I instruct Otobe to search alongside Gwynevere while I split off for myself.The faint tapping of footsteps - to which is obviously Ijiko's - invades the enlarged space beneath my home. Through one of the aisles is a broken wine glass that got tipped over, traces of toes dipped within the red alcohol striding to the passages on the left.To where my maids split off, I hear the escapee. "Ach! Get off!" Upon my arrival, I come to see Ijiko being held under Gwynevere. She looks to Otobe whose feet refuse to get closer. "Y-You're that Ika girl, aren'tcha?! What are you doing?! Help!"The plea falls short, the person who she spoke to silenced without any regard. In her eyes, Otobe wanted to help. But couldn't because of certain circumstances that she has gotten herself into.> Excuse this attempt to escape and resume the walk to your bedroom.> Punish Ijiko.> Other/Write-in
>>3236786>Other/Write-inYou must excuse her, even if she tried to help you, she is not fit for that kind of physical exertion, yet. Now, I wanted to be nice, but since you are adamant in escaping, i must say with a heavy heart that is time to punish you.
>>3236788>>3236786I think we'll need to put her in a cell to calm down
>>3236797definitely. At the very least she will stay in a different cell each night and Otobe banned from that place whenever she is there.
>>3236786Seconding >>3236788I prefer the carrot, but despite how I might not like it, I can understand needing the stick sometimes.If anything, let's not go exceptionally hard on her though. Don't want her to think 'well, it can't get worse than that'.
>>3236797I'm in agreement with putting her into solitary.
>>3236822Oh, but it can; we can punish the sister instead of her.The best part of that is that we don't really need to punish the sister for real tough. The act of going to the same room she is in should be enough for Ijiko to start begging for mercy.
>>3236828I mean, it can, yes. That was kind of my point in general, to let her know very clearly that things can escalate, so don't start it off by ramming things all the way to the end with her. I mean, really.Although it's clear I'm not as vitriolic as some anons in here.Also, while solitary is in theory a good idea, it's not going to do anything for a while. She's just going to sit, mope, and take up resources. I'd rather do something towards making her a useful member of the household.
>>3236840A fair enough assessment, so solitary for a good half hour and then go onto the proper punishment?
>>3236840>Although it's clear I'm not as vitriolic as some anons in here.Sadly I have the misfortune to have decent amounts of free time at work and a fascination with random topics.>Also, while solitary is in theory a good idea, it's not going to do anything for a while. She's just going to sit, mope, and take up resources. I'd rather do something towards making her a useful member of the household.A whole day or two fuck with the mind pretty hard though. Actually, you only need about an hour of "boredom" for your brain to begin to go desperate for entertainment.
>>3236849Half an hour is nothing. That's basically meditation. You need several hours for it to be effective.
>>3236849I'd say about a couple of hours, then move her onto classical medieval punishments- hard labor around the household, with guards (including us).
>>3236851Yeah, 30 minutes to 1 hour only to cool her head. Anything more than that is insanity.I just wanted to get her think a bit more clearly, how is she going to rescue her sister if she just charges in without a plan. The castle is full of servants, us and Morgan
>>3236853It's not going to be the punishment, it's a way of cooling the situation down so that we can go onto the actual punishment.>>3236855That's also a good idea too.
>>3236788>>3236797>>3236822>>3236823"You must excuse her. Even if she tried to help you, she wouldn't be able to, as she's not fit for that kind of physical exertion. Yet, at least. Now, I wanted to be nice, but since you're adamant in escaping, I must say that I'll have to punish you. Wholly with a heavy heart, I may add."Giving Ijiko's leash to Gwynevere, I lead my small group into the dungeon again. Making sure that we're a level closer to the main body of the castle, I send the would-be escapee to a more...secluded type of cell: a dense door in place of the usual iron bars and barely any cracks for light to seep in.> Leave her for 30 min.> Leave her for 1 hour.> Leave her for 4 hours.> Leave her for a night.> Other/Write-in
>>3236929>> Leave her for a night.That will give us enough time to plan how to deal with her
>>3236929> Leave her for 4 hours.A night in total isolation will fuck someone up...
>>3236929changing >>3236932 for > Leave her for 4 hours.She doesn't deserve the full isolation night yet.
>>3236929>2 hours.Enough to get her grumbling, but NOT long enough for her to rationalize and start thinking of escape plans. Here's the trick. She's going through the five stages of grief right now. Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. No obviously the five stages aren't hardlined, but she's still kinda hovering around anger and denial, despite her 'bargain' attempt earlier (which was really more like frantic disbelief).We need to get her to 'bargaining', where we actually OFFER a bargain again and she's in a better mood to accept such. We don't want Depression, where she'll be too listless to be much good to anyone, OR Acceptance, because then she'll likely just accept that her sister is gone and be dedicated to escape (or otherwise it'll metastasize into 'resolve' as in 'I failed but fuck them anyway').So we need to get her ACTIVELY thinking 'what do I need to do to get out of here?' instead of instinctual 'fight or flight', and then we TELL her exactly what.
>>3236929> Leave her for 4 hours.
>>3236946You got a point there. We should return every 45 minutes or so to see if she is bargaining again
>>3236935>>3236944>>3236956>>3236982"Four hours." Stating the length of her confinement, I lock the door thereafter to meet her once forty-five minutes has elapsed. She banged against the thick seal the moment my figure disappears, screaming obscenities with a thicker accent than before.Frequently, Otobe looks behind herself in a nervous manner. "What if I happened to act like that?" she thought.>Roll 1d100
>>3236946Makes sense to me.>>3236929>2 hours.
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>3236994
Rolled 4 (1d100)>>3236994FUCK!
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>3236994
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>3236994
>>3236994>"What if I happened to act like that?" she thought.we can read her mind? or is from her POV?
>>3237014Likely she just asked it out loud once.
>>3236997>>3237000>>3237006>95Every sequential visit to Ijiko's chamber came out fine, to say the least. Gradually, she mellows out, becoming absent within the mind as boredom slowly irritates her more and more. Luckily, it wasn't too serious; and at the moment where she's released, her brazen demeanor is diminished to a light scowl."Have you calmed down?" I first asked in the same corridor, repeating the path that we were meant to finish."shut up..." she mumbled, a couple of degrees more obedient than before in spite of the delivery.> What do with acquired yankee?
Maid training?Speech training? Iron out that accent?
>>3237034>Maid training?Maid training.
>>3237034>Maid TrainingIt never hurts to burn it into their brains.
>>3237034Pick one, either you be punished in whips and be forced to be obedient and lost any semblance to yourself and your little sister or listen to my advice, be obedient, listen to what I say and have a chance to see your little sister again? I hope you choose wisely.
>>3237034> "The rules still apply. And further disobedience will yield harsher punishments. I sincerely do not wish to have to repeat this situation, although I DO understand your distress. Which is why you have my vow that you WILL see your sibling again, should you behave. Now, we will finish this, then we will come to understand your place here for the time being."> Not maid training. BUTLER training. Which is slightly different from a maid.There's another term for what I want her to be that's a bit better than 'butler', but damn if I can remember it right now.
If she's on maid training get Otobe back on Physical?
>>3237051..steward?either way, i'd rather keep her away from the food.
>>3237055Maybe. It's like, she doesn't do servant stuff, but she still runs errands for us. Nothing to do with food, I don't think.
Going to sleep.
What if we make Ijiko build a beautiful flower garden for us? It should be tiring, time consuming and probably will temper her temperament.
Will there be a run today?
>>3238254Guess we'll see.
>>3238254I'd say give it a few more hours before calling it quits.
>>3238501>>3238490>>3238254OP usually runs between 5-6pm in PST time. right now is 3:36 in that time zone.
Going to cut this thread off here. I'm a little sick and can't think straight with a headache.
>>3238786Get better soon!
>>3238841Hopefully. Really gets to my eyes.
Sending well wishes. Get better soon! (Wow, only page 6.)
so...do we archive this thread now?
>>3254451Probably should. Wish Hairbrush had a Twitter or something.