Turning on your heel, you run. You run as fast as your legs allow you to, as fast as the suit allows you to, and then some. As fast as you possibly can, to the one person who can help you. To the one person who won't judge you for what you did.You'll tell her what you did. You'll tell her, and she'll smile, and she'll forgive you. She'll say that you were right to do what you did, and that you shouldn't blame yourself, and...and everything will be alright again.
>>31843876You'll be able to stand and fight with the rest of your squad, with the rest of the Culexus, with Miss Malal - and whatever happens, you can face your death with a clean conscience, and a clean spirit. Who knows, you may even come out of this alive, with Cavefish and Miss Malal and the rest, a-and...and this'll be something you'll eventually forget about. It'll be as if nothing happened.Yes. Of course. That's...that's right. Everything'll be okay, and you can go back to worrying about Walpurgisnacht instead of...this. Instead of what you did.You just need to get to Haruka, and everything'll be just the way it was.You've gone to her Silent Room many times before that you could run it full-out with your eyes closed. It takes you five minutes to do so - five minutes taken out of your one-and-a-half hours left in this world, five minutes that you'll have to lie to Malal about as well. But you're past the point of caring, now. She can dress you down all she wants to, later. You just need to do this, and everything will be okay.Shrieking the verbal passcode as you burst into her cloistered-off Silent Room - the loaded gatling gun sentries tracking you for a couple of seconds, before flipping upwards as your haggard, breath-stolen shout is deciphered and verified - and you hear Haruka gasp as you throw the door of her Silent Room open, a cup of tea in her hands. "Y-Yuma-san? Aren't you supposed to be deployed already--" You cross the distance between you in two quick boot-falls - your helmet thudding into the carpeted floor by your feet - and you bury your face into her gown-covered chest as you loudly and pathetically begin to cry. Crying the same way that Girl A had did earlier, as you tore her mind apart for secrets that weren't even there in the first place.Crying as you remember how she begged and pleaded for you to stop, for you not to hurt her anymore.[1/2]
>>31843889"Yuma-san..." Haruka murmurs, and you feel her slowly return your embrace, one arm curling around your waist, while a hand gently runs its fingers through your unruly hair. "Shh. It's fine. It's fine, Yuma-san. I'm here. Let it out. You'll feel better for it."And you do so. You have no idea where all of this is coming from - the last time you cried was back when you were still uncontracted, when your father used your scalp as an ashtray.But it's...good. It feels good to let it out. Especially after...after earlier.You finally manage to stop sobbing after a couple of minutes, and when you lift your face from Haruka's chest, you realize that you've pretty much ruined her pristine white gown by soaking through its front with your tears. You murmur an apology for this, an apology that Haruka dismisses with a smile and a brief shake of her head. With handkerchief in hand, she dabs at your eyes, drying them, before flipping the scrap of embroidered cloth over and holding it to your nose. You obediently blow as she says so, the act reminiscent of a child being tended to by a parent, or a younger sibling being comforted by an older sister."That...that was the first time I've ever seen Yuma-san cry." Haruka says after you've managed to settle down and recover your helmet from where you've thrown it. "Is everything alright, Yuma-san? I realize that you're about to head off to a very difficult mission, but something tells me it's not just that, is it...?"...How do you respond?Confess your sins.Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.
>>31843895it's still too early in the morning for me to deal with all this suffering and shit
>>31843905>>[X]Confess your sins.LET THE HEALING BEGIN
>>31843905>Confess your sins.
Most exciting day of the year! was yesterday.
>>31843905[X] Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.Daren't tell.I will admit to being curious as to how Haruka reacts.
>>31843905[X]Confess your sins.
>>31843905[x]Confess your sins.
>>31843905>Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.put it off until after we come back from the mision
>>31843905>[X] Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.Tell yourself that you'll tell her later, if some miracle happens.
>>31843905[x]Confess your sins.Hmmm...not sure which is best, but oh well.
>>31843905>[X]Confess your sinsthe most exciting time of the day has finally come!
>>31843905>[X]Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.
>>31843905>[X]Confess your sins.
>>31843905>[X]Confess your sins.Let's do this.
>>31843905>[x]Confess your sins.
>>31843905>[X]Confess your sins.Tell heeeeeerrrrrrr
>>31843931Walpurgis is a 2 day long holiday technically.
>>31843905[X]Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.Yuma did think that "no one can know". I figure she would be afraid of being rejected by Haruka, and would justify hiding it by thinking that WN will just kill her anyway so no need to tell.
>>31843905[x] confess your sinsMake her see you for the scum you are
>>31843987Walpurgisnacht is techically a night in the first place.
HA HA TIME FOR MAGICAL GIRLS
>>31844014It's still Beltane.
>>31843936I would expect Haruka would probably not care. I mean she thinks Girl A/Chiaki is going to kill her due to her vision, while Yuma loves her.Then again, theres a difference between say killing Chiaki, and raping her. And it might make her worry. I mean Yuma has proven she is willing to do it. So probably could not help but wonder if Yuma would be willing to do something similar to her (erase a memory of a fight for example).
>>31843905>[x]Confess your sins.now that we've come here, might as well.
>>31843905>[X]Confess your sins."Haruka-san! I'm a horrible rapist!
>>31843905[X]Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.
>>31844042Actually, she is aware that Yuma does erase her memories sometimes - she's quite clever.
>>31843895He was busy getting HUGE!
>>31844103If so, then presumably she does not think a mindrape is a big thing. Makes sense that Yuma would go to her for comfort then.
>>31843905>Confess your sins.
>>31844042She might ask for her short term memory to be scrubbed after the confession so her image of Yuma would not be spoiled by what she did. Even if Haruka doesn't care about Girl A, knowing what Yuma did, who she does care about, might be too much.
>>31843905Let's celebrate the second half of MGNQ with new banners! Ms. Not Appearing in this flashback is our first new banner!Thank you for your participation everyone!
>>31843905>[x]Tell her that you just...needed to see her before you go. Nothing more than that.ROMEO MUST NEVER KNOW
>>31844122Oh that would be horrid for Yuma. "What you did is so horrible I don't even want to remember it. Please erase it from my mind". Hard to think of anything worse that Haruka could say.I doubt it though. I expect Haruka will act like that anon from previous thread who kept insisting that Yuma "did nothing wrong". I seriously doubt Haruka will react badly.
>>31844134My, she looks very dashing for a shit.
>>31843889>your helmet thudding into the carpeted floor by your feet - and you bury your face into her gown-covered chestSo she *can* take the suit off in an active silent room.Interesting. Weren't we debating that back in the last Haruka bit?
>>31844134Das ist wunderbar!
>>31844134pretty cool, always nice to see new banners
>>31844134I have a strong dislike for you Strauss but you looks dashing as all hell.
>>31844157Then she will be as big a hypocrite as Yuma
>>31844103>>31844118I think there is a difference between erasing some memories and sticking your hands into someones mind and rumaging through their memories.I mean, how it was described in the last Trhead sounded like a pretty painful process.And a completly useless process at that. I still dont get why people voted for that. Why would you expect to see anything other than her short-term memory if Yuma already explained us that this is how it works when we first met Haruka
>>31844171>>31844183Both of these leading to the question why the fuck aren't they going at it like rabbits in the present day?
>>31844134>voting experimentI think" voting procedure" would be better.
>>31844183Would not be all that big of a surprise if I am honest. I would be rather shocked if Haruka actually reacts badly when she learns that Yuma is a rapist. Yuma atleast seemed totally certain that Haruka would not care.
>>31844191What makes you think they aren't?
>>31844191You mean why our last Culexus doesnt fuck a a known traitor and high-profile prisoner who will probably never get out alive of her cell ever?GEE I WONDER WHY ANON.
>>31844237Weren't there abounding implications that the were star-crossed lovers destined to be forever apart or something?
>>31844134Good, like any skilled doctor her handwriting is terrible.
>>31844238Those things and fucking have never been mutually exclusive.
>>31844249I'll be honest, the handwriting was the most difficult part
>>31844238Eh, she won't be our Culexus for much longer if Chiaki remembers that.as much for her own benefit as any kind of revenge.
>>31844221Might not work for this situation, but the paraphrase "If you love something, you shoud be willing to criticize it." comes to mind. I would be upset seeing someone I love fall so low. That's just me though.
The next banner is going to be Amber, but since I need Cooldown around to discuss the details, I'm taking a small break.Here's something silly in the meantime.
>>31844322Animated when?That's prime wigglin' material.
>>31844331I'm actually working on that right now!Need to color in the last frame!
>>31844340As expected of Hat!
>>31844322Ooooh I love it.
>>31844297The two are still together in the future despite Yuma keeping everything secret, so in order for canon to work, she cannot care too much.A decent person would be horrified and sickened, but obviously that won't happen.Unless Deculture really digs Yuma deep and has Haruka react that way, and Yuma erases the confession from her mind. But I seriously doubt thats how it will play out.
>>31844381Haruka didn't see the consequences, so it seems more justified.It's less than an hour to the end of the world, after all.
>>31844322>cat tail buttplugWhy you gotta be so lewd, Hat?
>>31844289I really don't want to lose our LAST Culexus to this. I'm not saying we should completely forgive her off the bat but Chiaki has come far since her murderous past. Why not have Yuma work for her redemption?Have Yuma be the Culexus Malal knew she could be and make her train any future Culexus to be the very best they can be. We don't have anyone else who can train the newbies.
>>31844439If I remember right from the last couple of threads:IF Yuma confesses and apologizes, the general consensus is for Chiaki to punch her lights out, puke on her when we inevitably break her helmet, then forgive her.
>>31844485I like the option of "punch her lights out, puke on her when we inevitably break her helmet, then tell her to ask again some other time" too
>>31844485Yeah as normal, it's only a minority that calling for us to just straight out kill her.
>>31844485>>31844499>>31844501I'm just really worried.
Wendy ButtWendy ButtAll-American Wendy Butt.Soft and squishy, lovely sizeFor the hands, its a top prizeLook out!Here comes the Wendy Butt!
>>31844528Don't its just the fact that the majority of the player base is split between pacifags and murder-hobos and they like the scream a lot.
>>31844528I know you're scared of the MURDER EVERYTHING part of the thread, but the SAVE (and waifu) EVERYONE part of the thread usually takes precedence.
I don't want to kill her, you dingus. I want her and Haruka out of the Officio so they can be together and druming her out of the Officio in a way that makes her feel "punished" is probably the best way.Just... give her a contact inside the Officio, like Kyouko, so we can pull her in for stuff if we need her expertise, and play the wounded party wherever possible.
>>31844439>>31844439>newbiesAnother thing is that in the year since this happened, even with QB's active recruitment, not a single Culexus has been Contracted.Consider just how rare Culexus are, that in a year not a single one has turned up.
>>31844574That's just convoluted.
>>31844598welcome to noir
>>31844574>I want her and Haruka out of the Officio so they can be togetherYou want Haruka to be out of the Officio, the one place that she's safe, because if she ever leaves a Silent Room for too long the nightmares that Pinky sends her will drive her mad, assuming that Pinky won't just kill her.And while being near a Culexus might keep Pinky away, that was mostly Malal, and Omegon is not on her level.
>>31844619But it just doesn't make any sense why kick her out just to set up contacts to make her work for us. Along with pulling Haruka out of her silent room which will I'm pretty sure will just send her crazy and shes an asset herself.
>>31844485Yeah, I remember that. I am curious however, so lets ask the question in another way.Lets say Yuma does NOT confess or seek forgiveness/redemption herself, but Chiaki learns of the rape anyway. For example, lets say Pinky or Homusquad restores the memories to Chiaki.A question for those those who thought Chiaki would punch and then forgive, would your opinion change, if Yuma kept hiding the truth and Chiaki learned it another way? Would Chiaki still punch and forgive, or do you think she would act more harshly?
>>31844619>>31844660And before I forget the both of them are currently the only way for our officio to find witches.
>>31844485sounds like a plan
>>31844664It depends on how Yuma reacts when Chiaki reveals she knows. My understanding is Yuma will NEVER tell us herself, so the whole thing depends on Chiaki finding out and confronting her.Then maybe apology punch puke
>>31844322Wait, fuck.Now I recognize that pose.
>>31844664Whatever Yuma raped, it wasn't Murderface or Chiaki. And Chiaki's not such an incompetent warmaster to waste assets like that. Probably something on the lines of "if I hear something like that happen again the'll find pieces of your soul gem on the moon" but that's about it.
>>31844664>>31844682I'd have to agree it would depend on how Yuma reacts.
Yeah, Haruka is the long term inpediment to this plan.That and the fact that as far as we know Chiaki doesn't know yet.
>>31844689Ahahah, yes! That's exactly right! I just need to finish coloring in the last frame so I can animate it!
>>31844689I half expect the last frame to be Chiaki with guns pointed at the screen, or at least a very disgruntled version.
>>31844682>>31844699To add on. If she doesn't apologize, I would think Chiaki would just beat the everloving shit out of her and tell her that every breath she takes from that moment on is a gift. So she better fucking count her blessings before Chiaki takes them back.
>>31844723Really cute.I hope you expand on this.
>>31844664Yuma is not to blame for this.The voters are.Even if dabbling in Girl As mind might have caused side-effects like Chiakis/Murderfaces memory resetting because of reasons.She is our last Culexus apart from that Culexus are fucked by default. Add to this that she may probably blame herself for getting Malal and the rest of her squad killed by not checking up on Kharn and lying to Malal.Its hard for me to not sympathize with her through all she went through all the additional shit she went through due to retarded votes. Unfortunately we have no means to punish stupid people reading this quest and making stupid votes instead.Seriously, blaming Yuma in-character for retarded votes out of character seems batshit insane to me.
>>31843876every time I look at that OP I see the silhouette of a cartoon goblin dancing in the air.
>>31843926 >>31843930 >>31843943 >>31843949You tell her. You tell her everything. What you did to Girl A, what you saw, and what you had to do in order for Malal not to find out. It's less of a recounting and more of a hurried, desperate confession - one that Haruka had to ask you to stop, slow down, and tell her again, as you started crying again as soon as you got to Girl A pleading for you to stop.When you finally finish, having choked the last few words out in a rush - bowing your head, unable to look at Haruka, dreading to see what kind of face she would be looking at you now that you've laid your guilty, pathetic, weak soul to her - you let out another sob as she pulls your helmeted head down to her chest again, hugging you closer this time, tighter this time. Hushing you, her words soothing and calming as you breathe in her unperfumed, soapy scent."No more crying, Yuma-san. You shouldn't be crying." She pats your back comfortingly, before running her fingers through the ruggedized plates of your hardsuit. "You did nothing wrong. I'm certain of it."You blink through your tears, drawing back and looking up at her - the smile on her face saintly, almost motherly. "I...b-but, Girl A--""You needed to know, Yuma-san." Haruka gently interrupts you, one dainty-fingered hand reaching up to wipe your eyes dry once more. "You did it out of necessity, not out of malevolence or amusement. And you did try to ask her gently, yes?" You nod here. "That alone absolves you, just as your intent did. From what you told me, she kept the truth you were looking for behind a promise made to Miss Malal, right?"Y-yeah. She talked about a pinky promise, or something..."Miss Malal must have made that promise to prevent other people from knowing. If she herself explained the details to you, then what would have been the purpose of that promise, as far as you're concerned? You were meant to know, too, but you simply wanted to verify it."[1/2]
>>31844805>You did nothing wrongEven Haruka thinks Yuma did nothing wrong.
>>31844754I would have Chiaki ask how is she expexting us to trust her. Was Malal wrong in placing her trust on Yuma? If not then how is Yuma going to prove that Malal's trust was not misplaced?She did not only goof us over, but Malal too, and that point might hit harder than just what she did to us.
>>31844754Yeah. If Yuma is the one who confesses and begs forgivenes, then she comes off a lot better. It gives the impression that she truly regrets what happened and is tormented by it. Chiaki would realise Yuma could have kept it secret, but chose not to. Makes it a lot easier to forgive.However if Yuma keeps hiding it, then she comes off as a criminal who does his best to avoid responsibility for her actions. Any apology after she is caught by other means, would feel forced and cheap, and give the impression that she is apologizing not because she is sorry, but because she got caught and is giving a fake apology to try and reduce the punishment.Thats a lot worse in my view. I doubt Chiaki would kill her either way (last culexus), but I could certainly see her being a lot more harsh in the latter case.
>>31844805"Miss Malal must have made that promise to prevent other people from knowing. If she herself explained the details to you, then what would have been the purpose of that promise, as far as you're concerned? You were meant to know, too, but you simply wanted to verify it."You shake your head, here. But you should've simply just trusted what Malal said--"Yuma-san." Haruka interrupts you again, her hands now lifting your gloved ones up and holding them to her chest. "Please, listen to me. With all the time we've spent together, you've always talked at length about how Malal is training you to be her replacement. Singling you out among your fellow Culexus, giving you exposure to duties and methods that she alone performs. Now, if she was indeed training you to be her prodigy, then do you think she would prefer someone who simply takes information given to her at face value, or someone who takes the time to verify it? Knowing that in our line of work, a single misstep with received and transmitted information could potentially cost lives?"But Girl A, you left her a sobbing, pitiful wreck. You hurt her. You weren't gentle at all...The former Seer of the Third nods. "Yes, well, that is your only sin, Yuma-san. It hurt. You hurt Girl A. But she's still alive, isn't she? In contrast to the girls that have lost their lives before, and now simply exist in our memories? She still lives, she still breathes, she can heal from this instead of the cold, dark nothingness that our sisters are now buried in."...Haruka smiles at your silence. "...Sometimes, I often forget how young you are, Yuma-san. You've told me little about you, but you've always felt so old to me. Like you've had to do some growing up very quickly." Really? You...well, you just never really told anyone. You didn't think anyone deserved to have that dumped on their shoulders--[2/3]
>>31844825"A burden shared is a burden halved, Yuma-san." The seer tuts here, tapping your helmet gently in a chiding way. "Regardless, you must remember, Yuma-san. As Magical Girls...none of us are saints, none of us have hands clean of blood. This is the life we chose, the life we lead - and the only guarantee we can count on is that none of us will ever see heaven."It's here that Haruka hugs you again. "Purge yourself of your guilt. You did what you had to, your hand was forced, and Girl A will recover." There's a hard edge to her words as she says the name, but before you could point it out, she draws back to place a kiss on your forehead. "But if you can never forgive yourself, then..." ShI will forgive you as many times as necessary."How do you react?Should I tell Malal...?Are you still angry at what Girl A did?Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.
>>31844793We have been through this shit before.Yuma is to blame. The fact that idiots voted for the rape option does not change it. In-story, Yuma did it and thats that.
>>31844841>[x]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.Enough sobbing, Waluigi'snight ain't gonna kill itself.
>>31844841[X]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?Sounds like Plot.
>>31844841>Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.NOTHING WRONG CONFIRMEDAlso, if we have enough time peek in on Kharn.
>>31844841>Are you still angry at what Girl A did?
>>31844841>[x]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.
>>31844841>[x]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.Yuma did everything right.
>>31844841[X]Should I tell Malal...?
>>31844851That does not absolve the voters of guilt, which you seem to ignore.
>>31844841>[X]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?Definitely this.
>>31844841[X]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?
>>31844841>Are you still angry at what Girl A did?>Should I tell Malal...?
>>31844841[X]Should I tell Malal...?I want to see what Haruka truly thinks. If Yuma truly did nothing wrong, then explaining it all to Malal would be just fine.
>>31844841>[x]Should I tell Malal...?>[x]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?sounds like a plan
>>31844841[x]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.Haruka's totally good at manipulating. Awesomely!
>>31844841>[X]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?BEcause the answers to the other two, respectively, are YES and You need to go very soon.
>>31844841>[X]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?
>>31844841>[X]Should I tell Malal...?>[X]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.and we should still try to take a look on Khran
>>31844841>[x]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.Haruka seems... kinda like a sociopath.
>>31844841>[x]Are you still angry at what Girl A did?
>>31844881>>31844851How about we end this literally pointless argument before we kick off another stupid flamewar.
>>31844902I'd call it logical.
>>31844881No, but neither does it absolve Yuma. The two are one and the same, since the voters choice in this situation was also Yumas choice.You cannot say Yuma is blameless because people voted for it. We vote for EVERYTHING. Thas how the quest works you idiot (idiot assuming you are the same person who kept insisting this nonsense in the last thread).
>>31844841>Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.We're on the clock, after all.
>>31844841>[X]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.
>>31844895Yeah, its great. "Its ok, rape is fine, you did nothing wrong. You did not kill her". Her excuses are basically what a real life rapist might say.Thats why I wish the question about whether or not Yuma should confess to Malal and others would win.I think Haruka hates Chiaki/Girl A. I think she knows that Malal would be pissed. I want to see how Haruka would convince Yuma into keeping things quiet and never revealing her crime to anyone.
>>31844841>>31844841[x]Spend a few more moments with her, before thanking her and saying goodbye. You need to go.No talking, just healing now.
>>31844924>>31844851>No, but neither does it absolve Yuma. But it does. Yuma is a puppet and you pull the strings.You guys are literally like that bully who makes people hit themselves through brute force and then goes "Stop hitting yourself!".You people must have some sort of autism that fucked up your empathy if you do not understand that simple fact.
>>31844902Haruka's trying to get some justification together that will make Yuma not be guilt stricken just before getting into a combat situation. There's not much point in making her feel bad about it, especially when Yuma's Haruka's protection agency AND ALSO her very good friend.
>>31844841It wasn't on the requested list, but maybe I should do a Haruka banner? I'm not sure...Thanks for voting, everyone!
>>31845009Hurry up and choose a name so that I can ignore you mechanically instead of having to do it manually.
>>31844924> We vote for EVERYTHINGYes. And you are saying that you hate a character because other people voted what this character should do. And you calling other people idiots without realsing for some reason how fucked up in the head you are if the shit above actually makes sense to you.
>>31845045Only if you do so first.
>>31845045I do kinda suspect he is indeed a troll at this point. Lets not take the bait.
>>31845045How about you go and lead on with a good example and keep your autism to yourself? How about that instead?
and it's done!
>>31845052That is how stories work you know?You realise that in published novels, the actions of the characters are all chosen by the author. They are puppets, except there is only 1 voter (the author).Havent you ever immersed yourself in a good book with a great villain that you loved to hate? If not, I feel sorry for you. If you have, then its the exact same situation here.The story is what it is. Deal with it.
>>31845055Or he isnt and you are just wrong. People have sometimes different opinions than you. Opinions that he at least explained. Something you didnt. This actually looks more like a case of trolls calling other people trolls.
>>31845055If every opinion you don't like belongs to a troll, then most things must appear to be bait.
>>31845087So according to you a story where there is one writer who decides all is the same as a story where there tons of people who decide through majority. You really dont feel stupid for not seeing ANY difference between those two?Is this seriously what you are trying to say?
>people still THIS mad about a decision made 2 threads agoI just hope this stops when the main quest resumes.
>>31845151It won't, they're not even arguing about the decision anymore.
>>31844817Her logic is faulty. It's justification after the fact.
>>31845151They eventually stopped talking about get fucked[/spoiled]
Yuma did nothing wrong.
>>31845037It should be a mirror, with a despairing Haruka it should say, I've seen the vote outcome, prepare to be healed...
>>31845151>>31845160But thats not even what they are arguing about. Someone asked if Yuma should be punished and this is the resulting discussion.Why would you ever comment on a discussion you clearly didnt follow other than just being douchy twat?
>>31845119The only difference here, is that there are multiple people holding the strings, while in published works, there is only one person holding the strings.In both cases, the actions of the character are chosen by an external agent or agents. All fictional characters are puppets. Yuma is not actually real. Girl A/Chiaki is not real. No one was raped, since no one exists.That does not mean however that we cannot immerse ourself in the story and _pretend_ that the characters are real (which is basically what getting immersed in any fiction/game/movie means).If you cannot do that and see her as just an unreal puppet of the voters, then I guess thats fine. I cannot help but feel that this would really reduce enjoyment of the quest though. Enough said.
>>31845189I didn't realize two groups of people calling each other autistic was a discussion these days.
>>31845207Welcome to 4chan.
>>31845065You are the best, Hat
>>31845207Ah relax. Next thread, we will be back to wondering if Midori is Wendy in diguise. Ofcourse, if she is, the argument will probably start about whether or not Wendy raped Chiaki. Heh.
>>31845191>The only difference here, is that there are multiple people holding the strings, while in published works, there is only one person holding the strings.But this is a huge difference, anon. In one you follow just a story, in the other you get to decide and are part of a story.Thus immersing on a vote you didnt decide on is and should be pretty difficult. Since, you know, it actually breaks the aforementioned immersion of the story you claim you immersed yourself in. Yet you pretend that one and the other are completly the same.
>>31845207Look at this newfag, how long have you been on /tg/ 5 minutes?
>>31845238It doesn't matter, screaming autist at the top of your lungs isn't a discussion no matter where it happens.
>>31845207I also dont think that commenting on something you didnt read and being condescending about it at the same time is something you should feel proud about.
>>31845230We /co/ now?For the uninitiated Deadpool got shapeshifter snookied unwillingly
>>31845260But this is what you are doing now. Reducing an argument to people calling each other names.Congrats anon, you managed to become what you made fun of in under 5 posts.
>>31845234If thats how you feel.I voted for the non-rapist option, but I think it actually turned out much more interesting and immersing this way (probably, obviously I don't know what would have happened with Kharn). Yuma suddenly gained a lot more personality, and Harukas reaction here made her more real aswell. Yuma is a lot more interesting character now that she is a rapist, even if thats not what I voted for. Dunno if I am the only one who feels this way.
>>31845234So, what you're saying is that you should never quest unless you get your personal choices reacted on every time?Here's the thing, anon. Unless a deciscion is 100% unanimous, every single choice results in a situation where, by your logic, most players should feel unimmersed.And you know what? Most of them seem to DEAL WITH IT.You sound like whiny baby. Cry some more
>>31845292I agree that she feels like a more interesting character.I disagree that Yuma is to blame for a choice that was made on meta-level by people other than the writer.
>>31844817She is more of a cunt than Yuma thenYuma knows she did the wrong thing and she is feeling guilty over it, this bitch says what she did which is against all the rules is ok
>>31845335>writer gives choices within bounds of what the character would do>we pick an option>this is somehow not the character's fault despite
>>31845327Didnt we already establish that you can follow your own advice, take a trip and we can ignore each other? Do you have some sort of mental issues that you still felt the need to reply after all?And if I am the whiny one, friend, what the fuck would call what you are currently doing.
>>31845335>for a choice that was made on meta-level by people other than the writeExcept both choices were offered by the writer, and as such are equally valid.
>>31845355This is a very good point actually. The plot thickens.
>>31845335Whether or not the players blame her is completely and totally irrelevant. Most people forget the simple fact is that whether the NPCs will blame her or not is not under their control, and from the objective viewpoint of the NPCs....that reaction will be just as mixed and confusing. And potentially deadly.
>>31845355>>31845372"Hey, Yuma, you're a fuckup and a monster"Then her only friend never visits again.I think Haruka was being a little bit selfish by comforting Yuma, but her reasoning made a certain amount of sense
>>31845358>we pick an option>we>WEYes, this is what I have been saying all along. How you managed to point it out and still miss the meaning of it is a mystery to me.
You should really stop this shit. She is a puppet, yes. Like in the fucking puppet show. And in the fucking puppet shows, if the puppet had done something evil, other puppets come and kick her fucking puppet ass. Even if they are all controlled by one actor.Let the puppet sin be punished with puppet death. We want her blood.
>>31845364>ignore argument>attack posterYou realise you can't discredit the argument that way when we're both anonymous, right?It just winds up looking like you're trying to dodge the argument and/or shitpost.
>>31845372Haruka's just protecting her friend/investment. "Oh, my pal who also is my guardian is about to go into a giant battle to the death, but is emotionally unstable because she feels guilty.""Do I A: make her feel terrible and shit and probably get her killed in the battle, or B: tell her some bullshit to calm her down and make sure she survives?"
>>31845386"Yes Yuma what you did was wrong but you can make it right by confessing and atoning"Still being nice but doing what is right instead of just writing off brutal rape
>>31845406With Haruka's background I don't see how she can't NOT be a terrible person.
>>31845406Yeah, I guess this is true.Though afterwards, she has never suggested that Yuma come clean. Then again, she probably thinks that Girl A/Murderface/Chiaki would kill Yuma on the spot, so selfish desire to make sure Yuma remains alive to visit her is still there.I guess this does not really tell as much about her as I thought. Meh.
>>31845392>I want her blood.REQUEST DENIED.
>>31845292I disagree even if I understand the argument. The decision was stupid, and it retroactively effectively ruined a character for no reason at all. There was a collective facepalm when the rape vote actually won- you guys really outdid yourselves with shitvoting.
>>31845365I would like to point out that the writer has made it very clear that write-ins are ALWAYS considered.
Wouldn't the correct term be mind reading or hacking?For some reason constantly throwing around the word rape make it seem Yuma physically molested girl a. Did she?Also saying rape make a character more interesting. The wording seems a bit bad...
>>31845458Sure, but this time the choice chosen was one of the options given by the writer. The rape option was NOT a write-in.
>>31845448....sorry, you lost me at "ruined a character".There is no such thing as "ruined characters" only charater changes that occur in the sotry, whether at the behest of the Blind and Idiot God that is /tg/ or the Omnipotent and Omniscient God that is Yog-Sa - I mean, Deculture.
>>31845475Well, mindrape is the simplest and easier term. You could argue its worse than normal rape, since you violate the mind itself rather than the body. And so on. But its all semantics, I figure when people say "rape", everyone in this thread understands what is meant by it.
>>31845496I guess, I remember that term and I understood that though I guess the wording of some anons that rape makes Yuma interesting as a character (I understand that was not their intent) sounds a little weird
>>31845526Replace "rape" with "mistake" you get the accurate version.,
>>31845477So? The possibility was there, and not chosen. It's not going to make or break the game, and it adds unusual and perhaps darker background to a character, but all in all I see nothing bad coming of it as yet.When she gets found out - and she will - it will be interesting to see what happens. Complaining and arguing is irrelevant after the fact. Deculture doesn't rewind scenes over petty nonsense such as this
>>31845448I voted against the rape option. And now I want to kill Yuma or at least make her suffer.However, I don't think that the rape was stupid or shit or out of character or ruined a character or whatever butthurt crap you call it. Stop whining and move on.
>>31845543Disagree there. It WAS rape. Just rape of the mind, rather than the body.It was certainly a mistake, but saying thats all it was diminishes what happened.
>>31845569To an extent perhaps, but I'm not worried about the 'diminishing' of it, it made quite the impact on the followers and no one will forget it.
>>31845444We should make it subtle and help her improve and heal. Lots of healing.So we'll commission a special Culexus helmet with cat-ears and make it a part of her uniform.
>>31845526It's not that it makes her interesting as a character, but that it sheds some interesting light on later interactions with her that happened earlier.It was a horrible action done in a high pressure situation for reasons which might well have been, and might yet still be important.>>3184556995% of what a Culexus does is rape by that definition.Rape is a horribly overused word, though, to the point that the word has practically lost all meaning to me.
>>31845559Umm, what I meant was that the writers options are options that he thinks the character could take. So if we choose an option given by the writer, we are not acting OOC (atleast as far as Deculture is concerned).Since the rape option was not a write-in, Deculture did think that mindrape was plausible for Yuma to do. You can ofcourse argue that Deculture was wrong. I admit that its a bit odd that the option was there after Yuma called Malal on Girl A being mindwiped, and then did something even worse. But its not like hypocrisy is unknown.
>>31845589This. I second this.
>>31845589Heh. This would be kinda meta though. Chiaki does not remember what happened.Besides, asking Midori to write her in as a real cat-girl in MM&MM would be lot more fun.
>>31845589As with >>31845615, I also second this.
>>31845633Considering Yuma is a massive otaku, this is brilliant.
>>31845592>Rape is a horribly overused word, though, to the point that the word has practically lost all meaning to me.I feel raped by your opinion.
>>31845589Welp this suddenly has to happen no matter what.
>>31845592The funny thing is I kind of understand it though the wording of it sounds....weird to me? For a lack of a better word ?I thought I had thicker skin but I guess the wording got to me
>>31845448it made her more interesting, more nuanced, I welcome it, and Chiaki should forgive her.after face punching and puking of course
>>31845651Deculture? More like rapeculture.
>>31845669B-but...! That's Mami's bike helmet that I've never had a chance to draw yet!
>>31845609Then it still doesn't matter. It was in character, and in character she will have to cope with the consequences, whether or not /tg/'s Azathoth like nature argues about whether or not it was in character or good or bad or whatever. It's a situation that mmgives Yuma characterization, and in this particular game Deculture has demonstrated that he is very good about working what we do or do not do into the characters well. All the arguing is just people blowing off steam and complaining they didn't get their way, which is inevitable but ultimately, irrelevant.
>>31845651When my opinion rapes you, you won't just feel it.
>>31845695Oh I agree with you completely. I think we agreed with each other all along. I thought you were saying that it was not in-character thing or somesuch. Sorry
>>31845681Hahahah, Your funny considering she was a bitch to us in the beginning. Despite what she did.yeah no....
>>31845718>Your funny considering she was a bitch to us in the beginning. Despite what she did.Walpurgisnacht is yet young.Still plenty of time for Murderface/Omegon to fuck everything up.
>>31845718>Character that didn't immediately kiss our ass and forgive us for everything even though we did something to wrong her and everyone she loved in the past.>lololol wat a bitch am i rite
>>31845734>Still plenty of time for /tg/ to fuck everything up.FTFY
>>31845712No - if the character does it then it's in character regardless of how the rest of /tg/ feels about it, in my opinion. I do understand where the misleading comment was on my part, sorry. But saying something done by a character is 'out of character' isn't effective, because if they do it, then it really is in character, whether or not people like it. And people do things out of the own character on occasion (c.f. the botched interrogation). Chiaki learned from the experience, her mistake, and coped - and did much better, later.
>>31845718hahahaha it's funny considering you have banal taste in characters and think that anybody who has made a mistake cannot be redeemed.It's almost like you don't understand emotions or something.stop being a cunt and enjoy the story
>>31845734> Yuma "loses" two hours to Girl A's "interrogation"> Doesn't get finished all the things that Malal asks her to do> ????> All Culexus dead> Profit!
>>31845718boy you must hate pinky
>>31845734At this point I don't see how Murderface could fuck things up. Heck, even if she does something stupid like tries to go to her Angel (Malal) for help and that screws up everything, it would still be because of what Yuma did, making her ultimately responsible.Though in truth I am more worried about Kharn at this juncture. Kharn is close to witching out and Yuma was supposed to check to make sure she had not gotten worse. However because the mindrape took several hours, there was no time. And when Malal asked, we lied and said Kharn had not gotten worse, even though she might have for all we know.
>>31845803It's too bad this is a flashback and we can't get Kharn killed yet.
>>31845756>But saying something done by a character is 'out of character' isn't effective, because if they do it, then it really is in character, whether or not people like itI don't agree with that.If a Player A has played Character A, and then for some reason Player B takes control of Character A and forces them to go back on all characterization that Character A has had to that point, is that not out of character?
>>31845803that's what I'me worried about. we NEED to check on Kharn. like NOW
>>31845768To be fair, Yuma has not sought redemption. Acting like a bitch to someone you mindraped does not give a good impression.A mistake can be redeemed, but you have to actually try to seek redemption and atone. Redemption does not just drop out of the sky, cost free.
>>31845822But we didn't go back on her characterization. Decu wouldn't have given us those choices for Yuma if they weren't in character.
>>31845822no, because that character is now what person B says it is. people change, even backwardly, people may not like it but they do.
>>31845833Isn't it possible she HAS sought redemption in the year or so between now and when MGNQ started and Chiaki doesn't remember it?Also hi, nya.
>>31845822It can be explained by a simple fact: Players A through Q are morons who'd make better quest decisions by rolling their faces on the keyboard. Meanwhile W, Y, and Z get shouted down when they point out what a stupid idea it was.
>>31845833yes it does, thats called taking the higher path when the other person forgives. she's obviously feeling fucking terrible about it, she just doesn't know how to go about it.
>>31845839Even when the character is returned to the original player?Player B did not own Character A. They were only temporarily in control.You're saying that Player A should not fault Player B for the actions taken when they were in control.
>>31845833To be fair, how is one supposed to attone for this in the first place? With all of Murderface's brainscrambling and amnesia, it's probably hard to tell when trying to apologize would even properly register. She may have even tried to atone already, just we ended up forgetting it at some point.
>>31845803She can't leave the room.
>>31845833>To be fair, Yuma has not sought redemption.that we've seen.She hasn't sought it from Girl A.But then, Girl A no longer exists.
>>31845866>Even when the character is returned to the original player?ah, now that's a different story and has no relevance to the situation at hand. if given a character to "look after" it's not your character, you are simply assuming stuwardship and have a duty not to change them too much.
>>31845833She also can't seek it from Malal. she's dead.
>>31845849>only my decisions are goodYour opinion of yourself is terribly high.
>>31845881>She can't leave the room.But it was said that forcing Kharn back from being a Witch is what burned out all of the Culexus, including Malal, save for Omegon.She doesn't need to leave the Room; she can Witch Out there just as well as anywhere else.
>>31845849you're a moron.
>>31845833>>31845844>>31845883IT's possible that she already did and Chiaki forgot, like NECO pointed out. It's also possible that she's too wracked by guilt so she lashes out instead of trying to make amends. Whatever the case, Yuma is now a pretty complex character and I'm, well... a little sad by all the arguing, but also happy that she's not a flat character anymore.
>>31845844I don't think Kyouko or Sayaka would have been unaware or let her forget about itI am thinking she didn't do anything
>>31845883Chiaki is the closest thing to Girl A though, and I personally think her forgiveness would apply.Ofcourse I dont really want to get into a philosophical discussion about amnesia or whether or not I am a different person from when I was 10 or whatever.Its true that we don't know if Yuma has atoned, but I rather doubt it given her behaviour. Lets ask Deculture at the end if someone remembers.
>>31845896>>31845866>>31845849>>31845839>>31845822This argument is stupid and doesn't apply because this wasn't entirely out of character, especially for a jerky little girl who made a bad decision in a moment of paranoia and fear.
>>31845908So the question becomes....Why didn't she witch out? I'm actually surprised no one else has wondered about this.
>>31845896>has no relevance to the situation at handI would disagree.Yuma was first played by Deculture.Yuma's control was then given to /tg/.Yuma's control will then revert to Deculture.If we were going to have control over Yuma for the rest of the quest, I would concede your point. However, control of this character is going to revert to the original player, Deculture.
>>31845779She'll always have a place in the Betrayer Club, alongside Kharn and Homura.
>>31845922Why would she apologize to those two? If anything, it was a deeply personal issue she'd probably only apologize to Murderface in private for. And she can't be expected to predict whenever she's going to go and forget everything again.
>>31845908Note that I was talkign about Muderface fuckign things up,l not Malal. Which brings up a very relevant question. Why didn't Girl A witch out after being mindraped Yuna?
>>31845941Witching out is, to my understanding, reaching a point when you no longer have hope and give in to despair. It is not the same thing as being really upset about something.
>>31845941Well Walpurgisnacht hasn't arrived yet. So the influencing force hasn't effected Kharn yet.
>>31845922She's been knocking herself out trying to fulfil Malal's role for the Officio.She's not trying to atone for what she did to Murderface (who, lets fact facts, is the same before AND after the little incident in the Silent Room with seemingly no harm done)What she IS trying to atone for is the death of her family. Twice over, if you include her Culexus family and her parents.
>>31845943Decdulture has proven he takes out activities with said character into account later.
>>31845943But as others above have said, the choice we made when controlling her came from Deculture. So its not a case where we just decided something Deculture would never have even thought of.
Why are people arguing about this?Yuma did nothing wrong.
>>31845983Fucking THIS. Read this post people, it's like people don't even pay attention.
>>31845964True, she does have the hope her Angel is going to take the pain away again.
>>31845941The clock hasn't reached zero for Walpurgisnacht. I pressume that will trigger the process.
I wonder if he's watching all this shit slinging and chuckling about it.
>>31845953What if Yuma did apologize, and she was forgiven, and then Murderface forgot, and she apologized again, and again, and again.We haven't asked QB how many times that Chiaki had her bouts of amnesia. By Sayaka's own words, it hurt each time that it happened, so we know it was more than once.Maybe Yuma has apologized multiple times, and it's started getting repetitive.
>>31845913>It's also possible that she's too wracked by guilt so she lashes out instead of trying to make amends.This sounds incredibly likely to me.>Yuma is now a pretty complex character>happy that she's not a flat character anymore.So much this.
>>31845998I'm pretty sure that actually part of the reason he runs the quest.
>>31844858 >>31844860You let out a long, shuddering sigh, closing your eyes as Haruka's calming, soothing words sink in. It's...you still know what you did, of course. You doubt you'll ever forget the sight of Girl A looking up at you, pleading for you to stop. But at the same time, hearing Haruka say what you needed to hear - it feels like a heavy burden has been lifted off you, the cold fingers strangling your heart inside your chest loosening. Allowing you to breathe once more."Feel better?" Haruka smiles at you as you draw back, and you nod. Yes. You feel much, much better. Better enough that you can actually return the smile she's giving you with one of your own."There. No more crying, alright?" She reaches forward with a hand and brushes a few strands of hair from your eyes. "Remember that there will always be times when what we need to do that may not seem right at first, but I believe the intention behind them matters more. The spirit behind the deed. And sometimes, that is enough to justify even the worst sin you can commit." Haruka pauses her, as if to catch herself from saying something else - before nodding again. "This is one of those times, I feel."Y-yeah. You...you can see where's she's coming from, definitely. You murmur your thanks again, the second time since you barged into her Silent Room. And for the second time, she dismisses your gratitude with a shake of her head."We're friends, Yuma-san. I know that I've been a burden to this Officio more than I've been a boon. I'm not blind or deaf to my detractors here in the Ninth, how even your Warmaster - may the Blessed Lady take her in her healing embrace - is debating about executing me for my own betrayal. But you alone have extended the forgiving hand of friendship to me, and kept me company when I desperately needed it." [1/2]
>>31846027She reaches up to brush a lock of hair back, tucking it behind her ear. "If I can at the very least do the same for a friend, to offer that same balm for the wounds that hurt us the most - then who am I to deny it to you?" Another smile. "I can do this much at least, Yuma-san, even at this useless state. And if it's you, then all the better."You can't help but blush at that, and you resist slamming your visor down to hide your embarrassment. Instead, you simply nod, thanking your stars that you have someone like Haruka supporting you in this, at least.It's also here that you realize that she...she kissed you. The first time she'd done that. It was to your forehead, sure, but...it was still a kiss. Your very first.You find yourself swallowing, your cheeks burning redder. Haruka notices this immediately and blinks - before giggling again, her own cheeks burning crimson."I...um, I apologize if I took such a liberty to do so. I-I...I fear I've forgotten that Culexus are quite sensitive to such things." She shakes her head, completely contrite. "I...I may have gotten carried away. I just couldn't bear to see you under such duress..."You shake your own head here. N-no, it's fine. There's no need for her to apologize. ...You liked it, after all. A-and it's kind of like a good luck charm, for later!"A-ah, yes! A good luck charm!" Haruka's distressed expression gives way to a relieved smile. "Yes, of course I meant to grant you that, too. Because Yuma-san needs to return and enjoy the new batch of tea leaves I've managed to procure."Oh? New tea leaves...?"Yes! Miss Tomoe Mami was kind enough to heed my request, despite...well, despite our rather uneasy first meeting." Haruka's smile turns brittle, but only for a moment. "When you get back, Yuma-san, I will do my best to brew a fine pot of it for us to enjoy."You'll look forward to it, then.[2/3]
>>31845976If you drug someone and rape her when she is unconscious, and are carefull to use a condom etc so she does not get std/pregnant, is it still rape?I mean the woman won't remember it (unconscious), and "seemingly no harm was done".I think she is indeed trying to atone for Malal, but I do think she also should atone for Chiaki. And I figure Chiaki/Murderface would have mentioned it to atleast Kyoko (who is her best friend).
>>31845984Wrong is relative - especially in a world like this.
>>31845960I suspect.I'd be very curious to know whether Omegon actually spent those two hours in the Silent Room with Girl A.
>>31846044Suddenly, a beeping alerts you to the time limit you've chosen to wilfully ignore for the moment. approximately 15 minutes has passed since you got here - giving you an hour and change left before Walpurgisnacht comes in and wrecks everything."You need to go, yes?" Haruka nods at your gesture. "Don't worry about me, Yuma-san. Leave when you need to. I'll stay here and wait for your return."You thank her again and make to leave - but before that, you ask the seer one last question. As much as you'd like to ignore it too, you couldn't help but notice the fact that she couldn't say Girl A's moniker without that hard edge in her voice.Is she still angry about what Girl A did? To her and her Officio...?Haruka's smile doesn't change at your question, but she takes a moment to reply. "All sins are eventually forgiven, Yuma-san. But the sinner must be worthy of forgiveness first." She shrugs. "I may forgive her myself, but...not for a while. Not yet."So...that's a yes, then. She's still angry.The seer's careful facade breaks down into a giggle. "Yes, yes, if you need to know. Oh, you're impossible sometimes, Yuma-san." She nods at you. "Go with the Blessed Lady's grace. Keep her in your thoughts, and you will be safe. I'll pray for you and Miss Malal in the meantime."It's here that you finally leave Haruka's Silent Room, breaking into a run again. Not caring if you're making a complete racket as you stomp your way through corridors and floors - not like there's anyone else left to bother, really.Ten minutes of running full-out, and you find yourself stumbling through the General Assembly Hall doors, breathing hard, panting into your vox."Omegon!" Malal's shout is a rough, waspish bark from the far side of the hall, evidently pissed. "Where the hell have you been? You're thirty minutes late!"[3/4]
>>31846047Well, the thing you have to remember is... Murderface is a bitch. And one who, even when not under the effect of amnesia, spent a lot of time out of her right mind.The fact that she apparently walked out of Walpurgisnacht unharmed, like some kind of Karma Houdini, just like Kharn, when all of her friends died might very well be why she's so vindictive.
>>31846047>If you drug someone and rape her when she is unconscious, and are carefull to use a condom etc so she does not get std/pregnant, is it still rape?This is not even close to what happened. >If a person you don't trust is influenced by someone you are supposed to trust who has done something unforgivable, can you do something unforgivable to see if things are truly as they should be?At least be honest. Yuma said "Yes." And she'll pay for it, whether she wants to or not, one way or another.
>>31846010I'm glad that it happened I'm just pissed off we didn't get anything out of it. I wanted to see some alternate timelines or some fucking Malal dickery at work. we din't even get the identity of her attackers!
>>31846061Wow, so that's why Haruka's fine with Girl A getting mindraped.Violence breeds violence, indeed.
>>31846061As much as you'd like to reply, you're still trying to catch your breath, your gloved hands on your knees. When you finally do, you straighten up and see that your clearly-irate Rank Leader is with some unfamiliar characters - two other Magical Girls, one of them with short black hair and a vaguely familiar face, the other a shorter one with a spiky black crown on top of her long, unruly blonde hair. Both of them are wearing suits of black armor, with tabards of white cloth draped over them, emblazoned with a black cross. "We've been standing here like idiots waiting for you. Come on, I know this isn't quite Christmas, but I was expecting you of all people to be at least punctual, Omegon." Malal growls from her vox-speaker as you come closer. Both the newcomers beside her having the decency to at least stay out of this, keeping themselves quiet. The blonde one doesn't seem to be able to stop smiling, though, like grinning at some private joke.How do you respond?I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.Just wanted to settle a few things before I die, that's all.Open a private vox channel between you and Malal. "Who is this blonde foreigner that's so keen on showing me all her teeth, and why shouldn't I make her empty her foreign breakfast all over her shiny black armor?"
>>31846107>[X]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
>>31846107[x] CHECK ON KHARN!!!!!!
>>31846095DUH. Its an analogy. The point is that just because Girl A does not remember and is unharmed (which is actually debatable since we don't know if what Yuma did damaged her mind), does not mean the mindrape did not happen.
>>31846107>[x]Just wanted to settle a few things before I die, that's all.
>>31846107[x]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.Yuma so professional!
>>31846107>I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
>>31846107>I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
>>31846107>[x]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
Hello, world!>>31846107>[X]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.Now where have I heard this before~
>>31846107[X]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.professional.
>>31846107>[x] I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
>>31846107Why not all three at once?
>>31846107[X]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.Oh the irony of this vote is so delicious that I have to choose this.
>>31846118I think it might be a little late for that anon. Just a tad. Like 2 hours or so if I had to guess.
>>31846138Because that's not how conversations work?
>>31846107[x]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
>>31846106Can someone remind me what Girl A did to Haruka?
>>31846107[X]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.
>>31846107>[X]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.>>31846118I think that it is to late for that anon
>>31846141just say "oh I forgot something BRB" this is far more important than anything else!
>>31846141>>31846161Wait what, didn't we do that in the previous thread?
>>31846119Probably makes it a lot easier to forget about, though.Except in the sweaty armit of a bad night.
>>31846160>I think that it is to late for that anonno! no Check on kharn! CHECK ON KHAAHAHAAARN!!!
>>31846168Nope. Kharn might already have turned into a witch for all we know. We just lied to Malal.
>>31846107[x]Open a private vox channel between you and Malal. "Malal, I just got a bad feeling about Kharn. Give me 15 minutes to check on her, just to be sure nothing's changed."
>>31846154We don't even know yet, actually. It'll probably come up later.
>>31846180Pfft. What's the worst that could happen?
>>31846107>the other a shorter one with a spiky black crown on top of her long, unruly blonde hair.Aww shit. We Chariot now.
>>31846186>>31846107>[x]Open a private vox channel between you and Malal. "Malal, I just got a bad feeling about Kharn. Give me 15 minutes to check on her, just to be sure nothing's changed."this so hard
>>31845953No I mean those two would have found out and they wouldn't have let Murderface forget whenever she needed to deal with her
>>31846154Besides killing all her friends, Girl A called Pinky down on Haruka so that every single waking moment and every time she sleeps all she sees is Pinky threatening to eat her.
>>31846210>Girl A called Pinky down on Harukawhen did this happen?
>>31846215Don't think we ever got them
>>31846183But only 15 minutes passed while she was in the silent room? I don't understand the timeline, did Yuma just run in circles around the building for an hour before going down to the silent rooms?
>>31846215On how Murderface did it? Or are you asking for a specific thread/post?
>>31846107>[x]Open a private vox channel between you and Malal. "Malal, I just got a bad feeling about Kharn. Give me 15 minutes to check on her, just to be sure nothing's changed."
>>31846215That's actually all we know.
>>318462382 hours passed while we were mindfucking Gril A anon, that visit to psychic chick was using time we didn't have already.
>>31846236In the elevator ride with Omegon who was explaining what Murderface did to Haruka, in addition to Haruka's prediction that Murderface would kill her at their next meeting.
>>31846205I though saber was the warmaster and Black Templar chapter master of the second.
>>31846241Who were the people Girl A killed that made Haruka hater her?What was the motivation for that?How the fuck did Girl A summon Pinky to haunt Haruka?
>>31846107[x]I recognize my failing and will be sure to correct it, Miss Malal. My apologies.[x]Just wanted to settle a few things before I die, that's all.Both of these.
>>31846238No, she mindraped Girl A and spent and hour and thirty minutes doing it, after talking to her for over half an hour. We actually didn't have time to check on Kharn, and lied to Malal about doing so. Yeah, Yuma a bad girl.
>>31846265The Second's organization needs a flowchart and also I need to actually write them more.But no, Seiba is a former Templar and Equerry of the Second, with the High Inquisitor above her and Chariot as the aide.Well, it's different in present day...
>>31846278Which is interesting.I wonder if someone (Dildoes) might have taken the opportunity to look back, while Yama was looking in. Why did it take so long.
>>31846107[x] Sorry, I had to take a shit.
>>31846255>>31846278What a tremendous waste of time, is Decu going to say what Yuma saw inside Homura's memories?
>>31846266>Who were the people Girl A killed that made Haruka hater her?The rest of the members of the 3rd Officio that did not surrender to the 9th after Ahriman's attempt at ascension. So pretty much all of her friends.>What was the motivation for that?Because they were a loose end, and with the Incubator of the 3rd's dissolution of the 3rd Officio, they were considered rogue Magical Girls.>How the fuck did Girl A summon Pinky to haunt Haruka?Unknown. All we know is that it happened.
>>31846294I concur, I'm very tempted to do a second officio writup as there's a few characters I would really love to see in there. but I have no idea what it would be about.
>>31846266Don't think Omegon mentioned anything about us summoning Pinky to haunt her. Only that Pinky was haunting her.Might be wrong though, I haven't read that thread in a while.
>>31846307I'm thinking so. but we won't know for sure for a while.
>>31846266>Who were the people Girl A killed that made Haruka hater her?she's part of the officio we fucked up with Kharn right? I assumed we killed them in the battles before we absorbed the place.>What was the motivation for that?Point Murderface at someone and tell her to shoot and she gladly will. Maybe they told her it was a no smoking/drink/pill zone. >How the fuck did Girl A summon Pinky to haunt Haruka?Her existence I imagine. Girl A didn't personally ask Pinky to fuck with her. I doubt she even knows about Pinky at all.
>>31846236I don't think she did.It's probably more accurate to say that Haruka drew Pinky's attention to her by trying to off Homu.No-one gets to off Homu but one of Pinky, or one of Pinky's chosen: See the Midori debacle.
>>31846107Open a private vox channel between you and Malal. "Malal, I just got a bad feeling about Kharn. Give me 15 minutes to check on her, just to be sure nothing's changed."
>>31846314>is Decu going to say what Yuma saw inside Homura's memoriesAlready did last session. All it did was confirm what Malal said about the attack.
>>31846304Well this just raises further questions, is Chariot a Malorus like Kharn, or is her almost half-witch look the result of her contract and resulting magicla girl outfit?
>>31846205>>31846304I didn't even realize.
>>31846314he already has, what Malal already told us with a bit more detail. So nothing was accomplished that day except some potentially interesting repercussions.
>>31846314He did - basically a callidus assassin swarm tried to kill Girl A and Kharn, leaving us with this mess. But Yuma wasn't sure why it took so long to see that amount either.
>>31846307Chiaki in Culexus Suit Time Travel ShenanigansShe doesn't remember those two hours because we're going to use them later.
>>31846327>I assumed we killed them in the battles before we absorbed the place.Specifically mentioned that these purges occurred after the 3rd was absorbed.
>>31846372Oh yea, I remember now. They are the ones that refused to be absorbed.
>>31846327Should she not hate Kharn and Malal equally then?The only people that ONLY Murderface was responsible for killing were the ones that were planning to rape/kill Mami.
>>31846266>How the fuck did Girl A summon Pinky to haunt Haruka?She didn't, it was all Yuma's lies.
>>31846094That in no way excuses what Yuma did nor does it explain anythingIt is like saying murder is ok if the other guy is a doucheIf anything all her friends dying is the karma from what Yuma just did
>>31846386Another anon pointed out that it happened after the absorption of that officio, the ones Murderface killed were the ones that refused to be absorbed and I'm guessing she did it personally without any help.
>>31846412I thought the prophets group was composed of the people who refused to join the 9th?I have a vague memory of QB and Chiaki discussing that.
>>31846381We need a bannerwith Hat Chan too.
>>31846411That was before this. Haruka's already been sequestered in that silent room for a few months.
>>31846346>>31846355>>31846368Wow, way to drain my enthusiasm for questing today Decu. I would take a break from /tg/ for a while but I'm afraid to miss any threads because you fuckers are going to ruin everything if left unchecked.
>>31846411of course it is, thats how people work.>It is like saying murder is ok if the other guy is a douchethat is justification enough for 99% of the murders that happen in this quest
>>31846437I think the intention was that Yuma losing Malal and all the other Culexus was Karma for mindraping Girl A.
>>31846431The remnants perhaps? Some may have slipped through the cracks.
>>31846349It's probably less drastic than that, just a magical girl effect. But then again, this is after Malal pulled her escapades...
>>31846412Kharn certainly would have joined in the process. And then Malal as well.
>>31846439It's not really Decu's doing.
>>31846439hah, sure feels that way sometimes. Well at the very least this is an interesting turn don't you agree anon? I was initially against it but it sure added some nice tension.
>>31846439Wait, what are you even talking about? Did something disappoint you here?
It feels a bit self-serving, but this is all publicly viewable information so I'll come clear with it...To answer your questions and summarize: Haruka was part of a group of Thirds that were absorbed into the Officio but turned traitor and tried to kill Murderface. Haruka was talked into helping because she felt that her friends might have a greater chance of success if she was there with them. Murderface killed them all, however, and Haruka was captured.The rest was explained in quest, that Haruka's mind was broken and Malal pieced her back together after recognizing her as the little sister of the First Warmaster. She was not outright executed because Malal recruited her into hunting down the rest of the 3rd traitors, which Murderface and Kharn killed. And now she's alive and confined in a Silent room. Better than being dead, I suppose.
>>31846458Maybe they weren't considered much of a threat? Kharn wouldn't bother if the job wasn't exciting. But who knows, we're speculating here. I know Girl A did some jobs herself though.
>>31846439Can't blame that last part on us - Decu pulled the "you did something dangerous and inexperienced" card and stole some time.
>>31846431>I thought the prophets group was composed of the people who refused to join the 9th?Yes. The Prophet's group is composed of those rogue 3rd Officio members who survived the purges.
>>31846481Thanks for that Hat.
>>31846370....I can see this happening, actually. Very easily. Almost as if by necessity.
>>31846470I have enough tension irl.
Just imagine what a FULL NOIR will happen if Mami is in our hands again.
Really sorry everyone, but I'll have to pause the thread for now! Thread tomorrow night, hopefully in a much earlier time! Sorry for the long posting times, too, I think I got carried away with the dialogue...Anyway, thanks as always for your participation, feedback is always great! I don't think there are any writeups today, so questions answered before I go to bed!
>>31846580Thanks for running!
>>31846481That does add moral conflict to this though. I mean Murderface was arguably acting in self-defense (even though she apparently took it too far). Unless Haruka is delusional and the others would not surrender (in which case its harder to blame Murderface).
>>31846580These threads leave me emotionally exchausted, but I still love it. Thanks for running this Decu!
>>31846580>I think I got carried away with the dialogue...never.I can't speak for anyone else, but I'm nowhere near sick of this flashback yet,
>>31846580ARGHHHH DECU!this is the first thread I've caught in ages!
>>31846580So, has Yuma tried to atone and apologized to Murderface, and Chiaki just forgot. Or has Yuma kept quiet about it and never tried to ask forgiveness? This question came up earlier.
>>31846613more like, this is the latest thread you've missed
>>31846580Thanks man, glorious as always
>>31846594Thank you for participating!>>31846601Hahaha, it has become a bit intense, isn't it? Thank you for playing!>>31846608Ahh, thank you! I'll still be trying to wrap all of this up tomorrow so we can get back to present time!>>31846613Haha, I'm sorry! But I have work tomorrow...
>>31846580Will the flashback be over soon? It is interesting but I would like to get back to present day Chiaki.
>>31846580Thanks for running!http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Magical%20Girl%20Noir%20QuestThread has been archived!Dialogue was fine, looking forward to next thread!
>>31846596Haruka is a pretty conflicted young woman, but she means well. That aside her sister was... not pleased by her decision making skills and they had a few choice words. More than that, I cannot say
>>31846580>I think I got carried away with the dialogue...It wouldn't be noir if you didn't.Anyway, XX almost done.Suggestions and violent reactions, anons?I feel like the scabbard has to be more elaborate..
>>31846619She hasn't. She hasn't told a soul, besides Haruka. I'll try to make sure why that's the case in tomorrow's thread.>>31846629Hahaha, thanks for playing, too! The atmosphere is getting heavier, and not just on this side of the QM posting window!
>>31846635>Haha, I'm sorry! But I have work tomorrow...THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT!!!but thank you for running as always
>>31846635>But I have work tomorrow...Don't you ever get a day off?I swear you work 7 days a week.
>>31846671>in tomorrow's thread.Ah, good. I'd like another thread tomorrow Decu, thanks.
>>31846671Thanks for a great thread!
>>31846642I'm hoping to get this done tomorrow! We're very nearly there.>>31846658Holy crap! The working sheath is awesome! But yeah, a bit more detail on the scabbard, plus on the handle too (at least on the tip) of the handle). I love her glasses and the ponytail is just spot-on!
>>31846717Either way don't rush the flashback. I'd rather have it go on for awhile longer than get rushed material Decu, best of luck bud.
>>31846658You know, maybe it's time to just bite the bullet and give Chiaki back her headband thing.
>>31846635If alien incubators had descended from the sky, like in the MGNQ, would you have joined the resistance?
>>31846717>>31846727Thank you.I'm gonna need references for XX, I'm not in a rush.And funny, you posted Jetstream Sam, because I'm working on Blueberry Cheesecake Brownie too.
>>31846673Hahaha! I wish I could run like the first year of MGNQ, but the workload has really just increased...>>31846686Ah, I do get weekends! Just this week is a bit busier. Accidentally got myself working on a birthday, too...>>31846691>>31846702Thank you!>>31846745I'll do my best!>>31846776Ah, well, I would say I will, as long as I don't slow anyone down, haha!
>>31846823somebody hold me I think I might faint.
>>31846776Do governments in the know develop anti-sparkly technology "just in case"?Is there the same NT-D irony that it requires a magical operator anyway?
>>31846771I thought Chiaki still had her headband. Most people still draw.
>>31846823Wah! That's going to be awesome! Please share it when you get a prototype done, that is magical!
>>31846027>your Warmaster - may the Blessed Lady take her in her healing embraceDoes Haruka know that Kharn is in critical condition?
>>31846857"Aim for the gem." is pretty much all a muggle needs to know when dealing with a sparklie.
>>31846867That's exactly why we should just bite the bullet and give her it back.Unless she got it back when she changed to the ponytail. I dont remember. But the Wiki claims>Despite popular artist depiction, Chiaki does not have Homura's characteristic black hair band according to Deculture.on Chiaki's page
>>31846832Will we get to see mundanes wielding anti-MG weapons soon?Will we get to see sparklies get rekted by PMC's wielding anti-magic assault rifles and personal anti-magic fields?Will we get to watch OTHER Officio's get their shit kicked in, or is it us that will experience this wrecking?
>>31846915I'm going to say "no".On account of the fact that Malal's been keeping it a secret.
>>31846915I think she meant that more as "May she die very soon."
>>31846925Huh. That's new. I certainly didn't write that in there. Decu, does she not have the headband? Because I just assumed she kept it and always drew her with it. I mean, just about every piece of artwork has her with the headband...
>>31846857They do! And some Magical Girls have turned traitor and are working for governments instead, too. (They're usually hunted down a lot).>>31846915Yes, Yuma told Haruka about that, too. Not that she can do anything about it, though.
>>31846972In all the original artwork, including the OP images, she doesn't have it.
>>31846936Yes, Hahaha! and Very yes. If Chiaki plays some key decisions accordingly, the Ninth will be the one doing the shit-kicking, too!
>>31846983Has any Magical Girl from the First ever gone rogue or turned traitor?Who is the highest-ranking MG to ever go rogue?Besides Strauss, who was more kicked out than going rogue of her own volition.
>>31846771I was actually contemplating on repainting/masking over the headband so it'd be more accurate to current Chiaki.Then I realized that nobody would give a rat's ass, haha
>>31847038Speculation time! What does this mean?
>>31847038>If Chiaki plays some key decisions accordinglyThat's what I'm afraid of.
>>31847043>Has any Magical Girl from the First ever gone rogue or turned traitor?Imma say "no".Simply because their numbers are so low that the loss of single person of that level of power would be a potentially world-altering event. That and they spend most of their time in statis.
Are we getting a competent male character soon?Souji is Souji, and Kilgore is kill.
>>31846996I always assumed that was just how Decu drew her in his style because of how black and white and solid everything was.Oh well, I think the headband's neat so I'll probably still keep drawing it.
>>31847083Piss off the wrong people, and the First will give tacit approval for some government or governments to neutralize the Ninth, and tell the other Officios to not interfere.
>>31847043Never. The First keeps a clean house.Highest-ranking MG to ever go rogue...well, there was Risa, I think. You can count Kharn there, too, but she got away with exile there.
>>31847097You still draw her with short hair anyways!
>>31847119That bobcut is gorgeous
>>31847089Kamijou wasn't too bad, even if his stint in Militaire sans Frontieres probably ended on Big Shell with his death.
>>31847116Umm, Deculture said that Ninth would be the one DOING the shit-kicking, not that they would be kicked.I took that to mean an alliance with 9th and some goverment against some other officio, if Chiaki plays her cards right. Did I misunderstand?
>>31847038Will Chiaki be able to handle all of her golden weapons at once at some point or is that too much for even endgame?
>>31847117>well, there was Risa,Wasn't that due to Golden Weapon craziness?I meant more towards those that went rogue without Pinky messing with their brain.
>>31847097I like the headband too. I think you should keep it.
>>31847148yes.He's suggesting that if you leave it to us, we'll fuck it up.
>>31847117please tell me she's the warmaster of the first. nobody would ever go rogue under her
>>31847171I think imma just assume she got it back when she went to the ponytail.
>>31847148The question was if the Ninth would be the one doing the shit-kicking, or if they're the ones to get their shit kicked.So if Chiaki makes the right choices, she'll be kicking ass alongside agents with anti-MG weapons.Make the wrong choices, and she'll be getting her ass kicked, by agents with anti-MG weapons.Some people are going to intentionally go for the latter.
>>31847089Manly old butler when?
>>31847213I'm trying to figure out what a specifically anti-MG weapon would BE without Incubator tech. Unless the Incubators are playing both sides.Or one of them is screwing everyone.
>>31847137Kamijou survived that encounter! Chiaki will probably encounter him soon enough, the guy may be a social reject but he can pretend to be a charmer if his life depended on it!>>31847148This is correct! The Ninth is actually one of the more powerful Officios around, even with just one Culexus. Malal has made sure that it has at least one contact in every Officio. (Mami, of course, has TONS of contacts in every Officio, including the Warmaster of the First.)>>31847156Hahaha, well...we'll see! But using each golden weapon and getting acquainted with the spirits inside lessens the corruption they can output.>>31847158Hmm, well, there are definitely some Warmasters who simply cracked under the pressure and went to the other side, if that's what you mean! Rank Leaders too. But the Officios are usually good enough to clean house on their own.
>>31847241Leaving yuri magazines on the ground to distract them, and then having snipers shoot them in the soul gem.
>>31847241>Or one of them is screwing everyone.The 3rd Incubator is still around, and he's washed his paws of the whole Magical Girl business.Maybe he went into a different market; weapons development and sales, perhaps. And he has intimate knowledge of Incubator technology, giving him a very solid position in offering weapons to governments that no other supplier can offer.
>>31847241Excessive area-effect firepower, absurdly accurate firepower, something that specifically targets soul-gems while leaving flesh unaffected and/or captured, reverse engineered incubator tech and or equally advanced technology from another faction.
>>31847248>This is correct!Yes, that's IF Chiaki makes the right decisions. What if she makes the wrong ones?We're saying that if she makes mistakes, those potential allies with the anti-MG guns could become enemies that will come gunning for the 9th.Is that true?
>>31847233There can't be any biologically male magical girlsOr maybe they can, hey decu, if they have girls heart or/and have been biologically tampered enough to pass off as female are they eligible for a contract?
>>31847291I guess the Madokaverse is set in an indeterminate point in the future, too, so some bets are off.
>>31847248what about >>31847089
>>31847190No, but she is part of the First, and their current Eversor Rank Leader. Her weapon is the Slash Emperor!>>31847233Hahaha, what!
>>31847306Didn't he already answer this?I think he said the only way was if a girl wished to be a guy, it might work, though they'd still be female while transformed.
>>31846215>>31846237>>31846251>>31846266Haruka is from a side story Hat-chan runs on Beast's Lair, and some of the answers are in that.It's still not completed, so we need more people to prod him and make him continue.http://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthread.php/3313-Magical-Girl-Noir-Quest-Gaiden-Forgotten-Story
>>31847241Well, there's the doohickey we've talked about for the thing, which is mostly a product of [REDACTED] with more budget than they know what to do with. You could probably make a larger scale version of that.But I suppose every anti-magic device has its origins in incubator tech. They kinda invented magic, after all.
>>31847248>, including the Warmaster of the First.)Hey come on now, that's cheesy-tier levels of social engineering.
>>31847335>Slash Emperor Satsukioh my
>>31847335>No, but she is part of the First, and their current Eversor Rank Leader. Her weapon is the Slash Emperor!I am simultaneously elated and saddened by this news
>>31847361That's Our Mami
>>31847344Yeah, but it doesn't really take into account girls that have certain Y chromosomes, or boys that are genetically girls.Weird things can happen at the genetic level; it's really fascinating the stuff that can happen.And that's not even getting into genetic chimeraism.
>>31847355There is the thing, I just don't know how mundies would get ahold of it.
>>31847344If I recall, it's basically like Princess Waltz, except with one person. Dude out of costume, girl in costume. Or to put it in a way that's amusing, skirt = girl.
>Anti-MG enemy units.Decu..Or EMIYA.
>>31845768How am I being a cunt?Yeah, yeah, I get it but forgiveness doesn't come easy and the first meeting did not exactly went well.
>>31847380By the people who made it handing out to their mundie troops, duh. Remember that one part of the thing I started writing?
>>31847389>the first meetingYou mean, first meeting with Chiaki Matsuda, not first meeting with Murderface right after Walpurgisnacht.
>>31847344Huh, don't remember that.You'd think it'd work the other way around, (boy wishes to be girl permanently) but I guess not.mtfs always get the raw deal, shit son.
>>31847395Yeah, but that's more specific than general government agencies.
>>31847413What a girl wishing to be a boy permanently? How would an Incubator handle that, anyway? Is it just like an Aladdin genie 'no killing anyone no making someone fall in love no wishing to be a boy' thing?
>>31847380ask X-Com.Really, the question isn't how they'd get it. It's how they'd keep a hold of it.
>>31847418Well you never specified government agencies, but there's no harm making a little dosh on the side.
>>31847241>>31847291There's funny things in the world nowadays already!
>>31847449This is true. Mostly I mean weaponry that is specifically effective on MGs that wouldn't be just as effective on normal weak meat beasts would involve dabbling in magic, I should think, or sufficiently advanced science a la Incubators.
>>31847448>Wait an entire day for Crimson.>12 hours later, nothing.>Go to sleep.>Wake up.>Crimson ran.>Thread already off the board.S-stupid.
>>31847462Mmm, meat beasts.
Arright, the big man's gone to bed, so you lucky jerks are stuck with me. Questions?
>>31847465Well that's not my fault now is it, sleepy head?
>>31847521Are there any competent male characters other than the ones that were just mentioned?
>>31847521This one >>31847305and this one >>31847377
>>31846434>>We need a bannerwith Hat Chan too.Just noticed this comment. Ahahaha, that isn't happening.Probably.
>>31847565Just draw a big stack of hats instead of a head with the arms coming from below the frame.
>>31847536Kyousuke is competent, but unlucky.There's also Big Boss. Who is competent AND sexy. And, uhh... ...Next question!>>31847305Should be obvious. You can piss just about any agency off enough to make them gun for you.>>31847377This isn't a question, hasn't come up, and because of that Decu and I have honestly never discussed it. I want to say that doing things with genders and whether it's worth it enough for an Incubator depends on the Incubator and the girl (or boy, or androgyne, or whatever) in question.
>>31847536Why do you care so much, anon?We're 200 threads in, I think it's safe to say there might be, but they'll be no more important to the story or show up any more than Kamijou or Souji.
>>31847521What does a Hurricanrana taste like?Write-up when?
>>31847597Big Boss when? I need him and Chiaki smoking cigars together.
>>31847594Actually, it's a question from a biologist specializing in human virology.
>>31847565Can we get a group Chikuwa with all previously featured characters sitting together and having a snack?
>>31847599Because he likes penises and wants the quest to better cater to his tastes.
>>31847597>Big BossI what
>>31847597>Big BossAww yiss
>>31847437I'm talking about someone like Kim Petras (sp?) to make a contract to become a real girl instead of only looking like one.
>>31847623Aw man... it's been a long time since I did a Chikuwa. I wouldn't even remember what brushed I used for that.I can try to make a new "group chikuwa" but it wouldn't look much like the old set at all...Although I suppose I could take the lazy way out and just photoshop everything together...
>>31847667Get Chiaki a checkered headband already.
>>31847604It's some kind of big, awful bacon chili burger that would probably make any reasonable person stand up and walk away. But I think most meals from Burger Suplex do that.And now that Raleigh's appeared on screen I guess I should get into the Second more. Soon? Maybe tomorrow. No promises.>>31847618Wahaha!>>31847623I'd love to see this. It's on Hat, though.>>31847667The post you linked is talking about a different hypothetical, and the best answer I can give you I already gave you, sorry.
>>31847680>I can try to make a new "group chikuwa" but it wouldn't look much like the old set at all...You know what, I'd be fine with that.
>>31847680Lazy would be fine by me, personally. Why not both though? Take your time.
>blonde with a black crown, smirkingIs it Chariot?
>>31847597>>31847618>>31847632>>31847646>"Thank you, HQ." Kyosuke winces a bit at the nickname, seemingly embarrassed, but ploughs on. "Who's the last person to win the Sparkles Award?">"That thing?" A sigh. "You guys and your stupid contests. Gimme a moment." A shuffling of paper. "Here we go - ah, figured. It's the Big Boss who just retired a year ago. Ol' Jack, someone before your time, prettyboy. Says here he barely managed to get a bead from the Sixth Warmaster's necklace, something like that.">The Warmaster of the Sixth? How'd he manage that?>The woman at the other end of the line takes a moment to reply, and you realize a moment too late that you spoke out loud."...And I wasn't aware another sparklebitch is in on the conversation, Prettyboy. I should've known." A chuckle. "Fine, whatever. Apparently he managed it after the both of them hunted each other in a jungle, or something. Got it after he caught her sleeping off a meal. Managed to escape juuuust barely." Another chuckle. "That should be enough to quench Miss Sparkle's curiosity, right?">Kyosuke hastily replies before you could respond. "That's fine, HQ. Thanks. ...Prettyboy out."
>>31847694>awful bacon chili burgerHow can something with bacon be awful?Twitter won't let me upload, thanks for the heads up Hat.
>>31847786Thank you for joining the rest of the class.
>>31847797Have you ever eaten microwave bacon?
>>31847797Alright, fair point, it's probably god damn amazing.
>>31847797Bacon isn't that good.
>>31847797IT'S A HEART ATTACK IN A BUN
>>31848006best place for one.
>>31848006Good thing MGs don't have to worry about that.
>>31847190>>31847248>Satsuki (and the Kiryuuins) powers as MGs are like Joylene's >i.e Life Fibers that make up Junketsu >Which Satsuki has sown into Ultima Uniforms >Which means the 4 Deva's are still her guards>Gamagoori being fuckin hueg on the moon, shooting down challengers could still be canon>Ragyo could still exist, as a former MG.>Ragyo is a Magical MILF>MG Nui is still kickingScissor Sisters is still canonOh God. Deculture please. If this becomes canon, it'd be fucking amazing to see unfold.
>>31848941I personally endorse this and I'll talk to him about it.He still hasn't watched KlK though.