Welcome to Academy City. The time is morning, the weather is stressful and the date is August 12.You are Kyril Torikov, ‘Level 2’ Telekinetic Child Error and your morning went to shit. It was all looking to be another good day to waste away again but nope. You didn’t have a hangover but this was a real headache in the making. Asuka, your girlfriend, had been missing. Looking back at it, her refusal to pick up her phone each time you called made sense but it wasn’t like you couldn’t have known or anything. That’s why her father was at your door step asking, or more like shouting at you, where she could possibly be hiding. It was natural to suspect you, after all you were the boyfriend that her father disapproved of but made no move to interfere. After a brief sweep of the room, Lord Kudou still hadn’t left. You were pretty sure a man of his means should have better to do in terms of finding his daughter instead of sitting down at your table for some tea. He took a place with his back to the window and you sat opposite from him.“Let me tell you why I am still here,” he took tea without additives, “I assigned two spotters to look over the Tokiwadai dormitory. When they didn’t check in at the standard time I went to find them. They were dead, at least by several hours with their throats slit. I suspect Asuka is well acquainted with my methods and has taken precautions to safeguard herself against them. You however, are a possible blind spot. She might suspect me of going through you but perhaps not the methods you will choose to find her.”“So you want me to help you?” you asked.“Oh my boy, you think you have a choice in the matter?” Lord Kudou almost smiled.There on your chest danced red dots. You couldn’t see the shooters though and you’re pretty sure the Lord was in the way. The question was if this was a bluff then would you call it?>Y>N>Negotiate (write-in)
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>>31938440>NegotiateIf she's missing then obviously I'm gonna do whatever I can to find her. You're wasting your time with this show of force or whatever you wanna call it. You got any leads at all?
>>31938440So if we laugh and tell him to shoot do we die?
>>31938440I guess >>31938626 sounds about right. I wouldn't exactly call it negotiations so much as agreeing to help while calling the dude a shitter in the most polite way possible.>>31938463>11/20I CAN TASTE THE NEWTONS!
>>31938626This, but maybe see if we can get it out of him why exactly she's so daddy-avoidant? Like, specifics and shit.
Asuka's pep pep is going to be a huge pain in the ass.He's totally going to bug our room, have us under surveillance 24/7, wiretap our phone calls, EVEN LOOK OVER OUR PERMANENT RECORD!!!
“If she's missing then obviously I'm gonna do whatever I can to find her. You're wasting your time with this show of force or whatever you wanna call it. You got any leads at all?” you asked nonplussed.Lord Kudou’s smile wilted.“Truly you are fearless,” he replied dryly, “It remains to be seen whether that is a good or bad thing.”He fiddled with the cuff of his left sleeve as he spoke before placing a laser pointer on the table.“As for your question, you are my lead. The others were dead ends. I am not very well acquainted with this city and what better help than to enlist my future son-in-law?”“Good job,” you shot back with equal sarcasm, “What did you do to get her like this?”“Many things I would assume,” he answered, “Asuka and I do not see eye to eye on several issues. You would have to ask her for the specific reason however. All I know is that she refuses to speak to me and if she is half as stubborn as I am then I am not sure whether we will ever speak to each other again.”If she promised to never speak to him again then she was doing a damn good job of it. That aside, you probably were his only lead at the moment. He was sure to accompany regardless of where you went and who you went to track down Asuka. Would that stop you, definitely not. Would that be problematic, most likely. Still, your task was laid out before you. Who do you seek out to acquire more information on Asuka’s whereabouts?>THIEF, they’re the professionals>Your friends who better to rely on?>Nunotaba still owes you that favour>Kaoru, she probably knows someone>Others (write-in)
>>31939183>>THIEF, they’re the professionalsfrom a payphone, we're totally being watched>Kaoru, she probably knows someone
>>31939183>THIEF, they’re the professionalsand>Your friends who better to rely on?
>>31939183>>Kaoru, she probably knows someone
>>31939183>THIEF, they’re the professionals
>>31939183>>Your friends who better to rely on?>>Kaoru, she probably knows someone
>>31939183>>>Kaoru, she probably knows someoneThis guy doesn't need to know about THIEF. Really.
>>31939183>Kaoru, she probably knows someone
>>31939183Kaoru. If we're lucky she has a tracking spell on Asuka too
>>31939397I really doubt we'd be stupid enough to mention it to him>>31939443Nah she's too busy cockblocking us
We should totally just call Lord Kudou "Dad" or "Pops"
Shit. I really hope Nunotabu doesn't see us running around with a wealthy older man.
>>31939939Well we could always just you know tell her to stop
>>31939939of course she will, her yaoi goggles have telescopic vision
>>31939183Thief, also inform him that jbecause he has come to our door there will now be porn of us. So thanks for that, just what we needed really.
>>31939975I doubt she'll stop unless we force her, which is gonna lose us that favor.
>>31940086which is why we should ask for a percentage, maybe get one for Touma too, the luckless bastard's face is in it too.call it likeness fees
You were really tempted to go to Toulour again. THIEF was reliable, even if they were pricey. However you’re not sure how Lord Kudou would take it to know you were consorting with some of the more questionable elements of Academy City. Not to say that Kaoru was herself not questionable, it was just easier to hide under her cover of Judgement. Lord Kudou was going to have a front row seat to your methods and no doubt was using this to learn more about you. You’re not sure how you feel about that yet as you dialled Kaoru’s number.“What troubles you this time Torikov-san?” Kaoru greeted you.“Have I become this predictable Kaoru?” you wondered.“I seem less like a friend and more someone you call upon for aid,” she replied, “But no matter, if I can be of some help then by all means.”“I’ll make it up to you later if you want,” you felt slightly guilty, “You don’t happen to have a missing persons report filed for Asuka do you?”“None at all,” she answered after a bit, “As far as Judgement or Anti-Skill is aware, she has not been involved in any altercations. But as we both know, the system is far from perfect. I shall make some discreet enquiries on the matter and get back to you on that.”“Sounds fair, thanks Kaoru,” you hung up afterwards.“So, that’s it?” Lord Kudou asked.“Keep your pants on pops,” you replied offhandedly, “I got people working on it.”His eyes twitched and he asked you,“Then may I know who this Kaoru person is?”“Yes. She’s a member of Judgement.”“The student militia?” he stroked his chin, “I would never have thought you would share cordial relations with them. Then again, I suppose it is natural.”He was making an awful lot of comments and assumptions about you. To be honest you didn’t know anything about him outside of being a huge judgemental asshole and Asuka’s father. Maybe you could ask?>Ask him questions (write-in)
>>31940160remind me, what's his occupation?
>>31940160"has she ever ran away before?"
>>31940201Information broker, according to Kaoru.Who he totally talked to in her interlude. I can't remember if she introduced herself with a fake name or not.
>>31940254probably better phrased "describe her previous run away attempts"
>>31940201Spy, among other things
So only two questions? Alright...
>>31940160Did you really think it was necessary to threaten me back there?
>>31940424we're..we're not clever men.maybe assemble the crew after the brief questions.
>>31940160"What's the deal with that sword of hers?"
>>31940160"What other personnel do you have available in the area? Does she have any family she is close too? Other than violence, does she have any hobbies you are aware of?"We need to contact aneue, she if she has any leads.
“So can you describe her previous run away attempts?” you asked from the kitchen.Once you returned with more tea Lord Kudou answered.“Do you not know her well enough?” he answered with a question of his own.“She doesn’t back down ever, except when it came you,” you pointed out.“I concede that point,” he shrugged, “but no, she has never shied away from me like this back home. Perhaps she tired of our verbal disagreements?”You shrugged in turn. It was not like you’d know either.“What about her sword, what’s up with that?”“It is a family heirloom. I never thought she would be so taken with it,” he admitted, “It may have been a mistake on my part to have shown it to her so early in her life.”“I wouldn’t have met her otherwise.”“My point exactly.”“I don’t go around picking fights if that’s what you’re thinking.”He only shook his head lightly.“She doesn’t she have other hobbies does she? Or someone in the family she’s close to?”“No, I do not believe so, to both counts. Maybe her uncle, but he was never around too often to make a difference. I do not think any one of us were to my regret.”“You were too busy with your job or something?” you asked.“You could say that. I am astrophysicist, though I’m mostly retired,” that was totally a lie even if his face didn’t show it.“Astrophysicist my foot,” you called him out, “You can’t just pretend that you had me in the scopes and say that.”“Believe what you want, I am a Lord after all,” his poker face was remarkable.“Doesn’t mean you have to threaten me like that. What’s up with the title anyway?”“I wasn’t threatening you. You just assumed I was. The title is in recognition of my contributions to the safety of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland,” he answered cooly.[1/2]
>>31941466Before you could pursue that line of questioning further, your phone rang. Apparently Kaoru had found Asuka.“She has been seen entering some of the subterranean areas of the city. There aren’t cameras down there but we’re can still easily monitor the exits. I will join you on your search.”“I can assume that your friend has located my daughter?”You only nodded. Getting up you put away the cups as Lord Kudou waited outside. You don’t quite exit just yet. You had no idea where you were headed, and Kaoru had been rather brief with her explanation.Would you like to carry a weapon today?>The brass knuckles>The gun>Trust in your telekinesisFucking field too long errors
>>31941526>The brass knucklesI really don't trust the dice to let us have a gun
>>31941526>The brass knuckleswe are not breaking our piece out in front of the father in law
>>31941526>the brass knuckles.lets avoid guns for a bit
>>31941526>The brass knuckles
>>31941526The brass knuckles and give Sparky a call. Let's roll deep. Perhaps call the lads, see if anyone has the head to render assistance.
Call it a feeling you supposed, but it was almost as if the coming adventure was going to require more than just your telekinesis. That was why you stuffed the brass knuckles in to your jacket before you headed out. Better safe than sorry.Kaoru had joined up with you at one of the underground shopping malls. It made sense to start your journey there. What surprised you was her greeting of Lord Kudou. Then again, she probably went through Asuka’s record to get you the information.“Lord Kudou, a pleasure to meet you,” she didn’t bow too deeply.His eyes narrowed, as if the yellow glow that you normally saw around her was also visible to him. Or did he not like being at a disadvantage?“I am Jaswinder Kaur, I shall be accompanying you on your search.”“Since you already know my name I suppose we should get started,” he barely nodded back.“Very well, if you would please follow me,” she led the way.There was a service door that looked like it was for the janitorial staff only. It did seem well oiled though if Kaoru’s handling was any indication.“The problem with the underground tunnels is that there is a lot of ground to cover and we don’t necessarily know which way she went. This was her last known location.”The three of you stopped at a three-way junction. They lead off in different cardinal directions, north, west and southeast, at least according to the map. She was right, you didn’t have time to comb through the tunnels all at once and you were tempted to call in a few favours to help you. But was that really a good thing? If someone found her, that still left a confrontation because that was more or less the heart of the issue. She was running, if not from her father then from you. Pushing herself away, almost like that time she broke down in your arms.[1/2]
>>31942136>Try to remember something about Asuka, it may clue you in>Phone a friend (specify who, you may call more than one)>Ask your companions their opinions or bits of insight
>>31942136>>Ask your companions their opinions or bits of insight
>>31942164>Try to remember something about Asuka, it may clue you inKyril must have some insight into your girlfriend's mind
>>31942164>Try to remember something about Asuka, it may clue you in
>>31942164>>>Try to remember something about Asuka, it may clue you inLet's believe in the power of love.
>>31942164>Try to remember something about Asuka, it may clue you in>Ask your companions their opinions or bits of insightCan't we do both? I would say call in favors but the Railgun is the only other friend we have I trust around a murderous Asuka, and Asuka doesn't like her. It's bad enough that we're with Kaur again, Asuka is so jealous.
>>31942196>>31942507>>31942368>>31942520>Inb4 we have to roll >inb4 natty 2>inb4 we forget everything
>>31942550Don't be like that, believe in the power of love, and hey the worst thing that could happen is that we get involved with her friends, the two other problem children and the bunny.
>>31942969Those friends are in another universe frantically trying to make her wake up from her dream.
She's just chasing after her dream man....
>>31943362I actually would like to see Izayoi in Toaru... what would you guys say about a Magic God Izayoi?
There had to be something about Asuka that could clue you in. Racking your brain you tried thinking back on what exactly she said. Her hobbies, her sword, everything about you remembered but it wasn’t really that useful in the end. You were pretty sure that was a clue in there somewhere but you couldn’t see it. Your companions were similarly stumped.“Going by experience, she would most likely fall back on her old habit of finding violence where she can,” Lord Kudou posited.“But where would she find one?” Kaoru asked, “She surely does not wander the seedier districts and pick fights with thugs. It would be too obvious and we at Judgement would be wise to it quite quickly.”Wait, you recalled something she once said to Tamezou, when you first met and before you even knew her name. She called him a sore loser. It implied he had fought her before. Could it be a clue?“Kaoru, ever heard of a guy named Tamezou?” you asked.“Only once before. I can have Uiharu search him up quickly,” she replied.“He may have ended up in a fight against her once before, like, what way back in July,” you went on, “Think Uiharu can sift through that kind of information?”“I see, I suppose I cannot fault you for remembering something that small bit of information from a month ago,” Kaoru started dialling Uiharu, “Pray tell, is this the same Tamezou whose jaw you broke?”You nodded slowly under Lord Kudou’s glare.“To be fair, he called her a slut,” you were not going to cave in to his disapproval.He grunted and you three turned around to find a café or restaurant to wait for Uiharu to sift through the CCTV footage. It would only take her a few hours. Kaoru for her part was rapidly switching her attention between the two of you whilst Lord Kudou was doing an Ikari Gendo impression.>Ask Kaoru what’s with her staring>Ask Lord Kudou what’s on his mind
>>31943400>>Ask Kaoru what’s with her staring
>>31943400>Ask Kaoru what’s with her staring>>31943373I just don't think he can pull the outfit off
>>31943373I already hinted at what form he'd show up in, if he ever does. Still undecided really.
>>31943400>Ask Kaoru what’s with her staring
>>31943400>>>Ask Kaoru what’s with her staring>>31943446Hey now, we both know that he would totally wear that to play with people. >>31943476I actually want for him to show up, seeing those three separated bothers me.
"Lord Kudou isn't the first one to think little of me but he is the richest"
>>31943493I'll have to find a suitable scenario and a hook then.
Kaoru was normally more reserved than this you thought. You’re not sure what she’s up to this time but you dared ask her anyway.“Don’t you know who he is?” she asked back.“He’s Asuka’s father?” you were not sure where she was going with this.You think his eyes narrowed at that.“Wait, are we speaking in Punjabi again?” you asked.“He may know many things but Punjabi is not among them,” she replied, “Still it surprises me that you are familiar with the Baron of London, if only out of sheer coincidence.”“That’s his title? Is there something I should know about him?”“There isn’t much to say but it would aid me greatly if you could tell me if he is a magician or not.”So that was it? His obvious ties to the English aside, Kaoru was curious about whether or not he was a magician? Your eyes picked up nothing. There was no aura around him like Kaoru, Teacher or even a vampire. He didn’t seem to be able to manipulate mana and you inform her so.“I see, well thank you for satisfying my curiosity then,” she replied then her phone rang, “Phone.”The switch back to Japanese was instantaneous. A hurried conversation with Uiharu later and you were pointed in the direction of School District 19 which was a fair bit away from where you currently were. The now impatient Lord had decided to take a cab there to save time.[1/2]
>>31944321The time is now afternoon, the weather is hot and the date remains unchanged.The address and area you were deposited in looked to be some flat empty lot with debris piled up haphazardly about. Surrounding it were empty and no doubt condemned buildings. You heard the district was in decline but for it look even worse than School District 10 was saying something.“Uiharu says that this is actually one giant compound,” Kaoru gestured, “Apparently there’s also a tunnel exit that’s been used by both Kudou and Tamezou back in July. What they were doing is anyone’s guess.”“Nothing good I wager,” Lord Kudou said.There were very few pedestrians but you could tell a lookout when you saw one.>Search the buildings>Try to find the tunnel>Interrogate some thugs
>>31944344>>Try to find the tunnelgirl wants to be alone
>>31944344>>Interrogate some thugs
>>31944344>Try to find the tunnelIt's hard to care about this choice. Getting an all roads lead to Asuka vibe.
>>31944344>Try to find the tunnel
>>31944344>>>Try to find the tunnel
>>31944344>Try to find the tunnelInterrogating someone would just draw attention, and searching the buildings would be a waste of time.
>>31944344>Interrogate some thugsI'm disappointed you guys didn't bring along the ol'M1911. You know it's going to be a turkey shoot in there.
>>31944672>breaking out the gat in front possible Father in law and cop friend
>>31944697Not just cop friend, cop friend with better morals than many cops.
>>31944697We're going to be separated at one point or another. It's going to happen.The Gun will not be denied its due.
>>31944697Oh damnit why did you have to post that image. You just delayed my post by another 15 minutes.
If the tunnel was a known location that they passed through then you were going to try there first. It was like any other tunnel that led underground really but you didn’t think it’d be well it. However, it looked there had been other tunnels added down here that weren’t part of the original plan. One led to a spiral staircase which after a quick check by Kaoru was indeed just another escape route that emerged in one of the buildings. It was the other tunnel which held something more interesting. Sound carried through though you could barely hear it. It was the sound of cheering and shouting muffled no doubt by how far it had propagated.It was cramped and darker than the main tunnel, fitting barely the width of two average people. You went first, seeing as your wheel chair didn’t block Kaoru’s nor Lord Kudou’s view as you ventured deeper. Once the light at the entrance became barely discernible though did the end come in to view. You had entered a smaller hall made of stone and wooden door with metallic bars. There was only one guard who looked surprised to see you.“Hey what’s this?” he asked, “Look this is the fighter’s entrance. You’re not supposed to be here.”“And what if we are,” Lord Kudou replied with the authority of someone his station.“Uh, I guess if you’re here to drop off your man,” he looked at Kaoru, “er girl, then yeah go ahead on through. I just didn’t think you’d get here so soon.”“What do you mean?” the Lord continued.“Uh, you guys are here to fight The Dictator right? I heard the challenger was a girl.”Lord Kudou and you looked at each other knowingly. Your reply was,>Totally, Kaoru’s here to fight, yup, nothing strange here>How about you tell me more about (write-in question)>Oh no, sorry to bother you, we must’ve took a wrong turn
>>31945084>Totally, Kaoru’s here to fight, yup, nothing strange herekarma for that all the yacht bait porn
>>31945084>>>Totally, Kaoru’s here to fight, yup, nothing strange hereWell they need some fight therapy.
>>31945084>Totally, Kaoru’s here to fight, yup, nothing strange here
>>31945084>Totally, Kaoru’s here to fight, yup, nothing strange hereWhy doesn't Kaoru hate us? We're jerks to her.
>>31945084>How about you tell me more about"What's the turn out for the fight? How many matches has the Dictator fought in today?"The first question should give us a good idea of how many enemies to expect if things go south, and the second can give an estimate on how long she has been down here fighting.
>>31945084>Oh no, sorry to bother you, we must’ve took a wrong turnI guess we know what this was all about now. I guess we could head home now that we know she isn't in danger.
>>31945179all the porn material?
>>31945344Will Asuka's dad show up in Nunotaba's next work? Only time will tell.
>>31945379I assume by the end of the thread
>>31945387I'm not that quick lads, maybe the next one?
>>31945406Don't tell me Kaoru is also pitching ideas Nunotaba.
>>31945452She is, and it is hilarious. Did you miss that interlude?
>>31945406>>31945460>>31945452Tori kun and Kami kun's mean land lord Spudo wants the rent but they don't have any money!There must be...some other way to pay the rent?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKB4S1Vf3oY
>>31945460I thought it was only Index and Señorita Chispas communicating with her?
I sense the end (of the thread) is nigh
“Of course she is,” Lord Kudou chided, “But before we go, what’s the turnout today and how many fights has The Dictator had today?”“Huh? About a thou, and she’s still fresh today. Why do you wanna know anyway?”“Odds are good then,” Lord Kudou seemed to conclude.Thus the three you walk unmolested in to the staging room. There was nobody here at the present moment but that couldn’t last forever.“For the record I would like to object to having no say in the matter, but I would have done the same regardless,” Kaoru stated, “I suppose there is a greater plan here?”Now that you think about it, you didn’t really have a plan once you found Asuka. You were just too concerned with finding her in the first place. Of course, leave it to Lord Kudou to have one,“Of course, for now we have met one of three objectives. We have found my daughter, but now we must ascertain her condition. Finally if at all possible, she and I have things to discuss.”“I suppose can do the former but the latter is more a matter between the two of you and I doubt I can convince her to speak to you on your behalf,” Kaoru said, “What about you Kyril?”It was true that there was a chance to talk to her today given the circumstances was it even the right time to talk to her? Even if your end goal was handling her issues, especially those concerning her father this was a bit too sudden for you to figure out. Further contemplation was interrupted by the entrance of another. It looked like the venue’s staff.“Alright, the champ’s ready, the challenger ready?”>Go with Kaoru up to the ring>Stay in the dressing room>Leave to find the spectator’s seat
>>31946034>>Go with Kaoru up to the ring
>>31946034>Leave to find the spectator’s seatwe escort her to ringside and Asuka will be pissed
>>31946034>Leave to find the spectator’s seatGood point. No escorting.
>>31945084>Leave to find the spectator’s seat
>>31946034>Leave to find the spectator’s seatToo late for her not being pissed to be honest, we brought her father right to her.
>>31946034>Leave to find the spectator’s seatWe should cheer for Asuka, and bet on her.
>>31946034>Leave to find the spectator’s seat"See if you can't win, I'm thinking of putting some cash on you."
>>31946194>not betting on our girlfriend
>>31946238>Not betting against the odds for large turnout at low risk
>>31945954Silly anon, I started at 2300 today and I run at least 10 hours if I can. That said I'm having breakfast right now so posting may be delayed.
lets look at the odds before we place a bet
>>31946285>Not just stealing the money when Anti-Skill raids the place.
>>31946034First chance we get I want to just tell Kaoru two simple words"Smile Bitch."
>>31946521Now there's no reason to be rude.
With a clap on her shoulders, you sent Kaoru off to the main ring whilst you and Lord Kudou found a place to watch. To be honest, you were kind of curious as to who would win in a fight between Kaoru and Asuka. The last time was only one exchange of blows and all it did was ruin a perfectly nice bouquet of flowers. You still had no idea what the schedule contest was going to be but your bet was on one with little rules.Lord Kudou and you took seats in a small box-like room that opened to the pit below. No, you were mistaken, they weren’t in a pit. They were in a clearing with crude metal fence separating the fighters from the crowd below. You were probably in one of the VIP boxes then if this was any indication. Lord Kudou was trying his best to mask his displeasure with an indifferent mask but it wasn’t taking.Another scan and you could see the odds and the dudes selling tickets for the bets. The odds were four to one. Once Kaoru stepped through the entrance however, you saw a zero tacked on to the end of the four. The house was favouring Asuka of course. That was to be expected of what you supposed was the undisputed champion. She sat easily in a chair on the far end, the Dean resting across her lap. Her expression towards Kaoru wasn’t displeasure, far from it. You thought she was pleasantly surprised. Yes, she much preferred this fight with the way she was smiling. It would have been kind of scary if you were the one standing across from her but Kaoru looks nonplussed with that frown of hers.Before the fight started you,>Bet on The Dictator>Bet on the challenger>Don’t bet like a faggot>Plan to steal the money later
>>31946726>Bet on The Dictator>Plan to steal the money later
>>31946726>Plan to steal the money laterI'm starting to get the feeling that Asuka was born in the wrong time period.She'd be far more at home at a Vikin mead hall or a Campaign tent than in a dress acting proper.
>>31946726>Bet on The DictatorA lot>Bet on the challengerA little, to hedge itwhatcangowrong
>>31946726>Don’t bet like a faggot
>>31946726>>Bet on The Dictator
>>31946726>>Bet on The Dictator>Plan to steal the money later
>>31946726>>Plan to steal the money later
>>31946726>Don’t bet like a faggotsteal the money if the opportunity occurs though
Bored is either dead or eating delicious pancakes
Your decision to bet on The Dictator was in no way a snub against Kaoru. As far as you were concerned, the Sikh was a formidable fighter if she her fight against Kanzaki was any indicator. The thing was that you didn’t bet against The Dictator. That The Dictator was also your girlfriend had nothing to do with it, nope, not at all. Besides, if you didn’t win, you were planning on cleaning out the place later anyway. It looked they handled most of the betting through tickets but cash was definitely involved. If you were going to do this later, you were going to need bags, or several, a distraction, extra pairs of hands and a getaway vehicle that could carry you all.“Jaswinder Kaur, what a pleasant surprise,” Asuka’s voice silenced the crowd, “I did not think you were the type.”“As you opponent I am obligated to tell you that I am doing so at the behest of your father,” Kaoru replied.“I would suspect as much,” Asuka brought a finger to her chin, “tell me little Sikh, why did you think I care?”“Then let us begin.”With a nod from Asuka, the Sikh nearly disappeared as she stepped in. You barely caught the rush but Asuka was not so unprepared. The ring of steel brought a raucous cheer from the crowd, drowning whatever she had to say to her opponent. Kaoru didn’t stop though, continuing with a back heel sweep that took Asuka by surprise. The following downwards blow was stopped as The Dean lashed out, whirling about to sever feet from leg. It was a good effort but Kaoru seemed to have completely mastered her body to be able to stop before the blade bit her. The brief reprieve only allowed Asuka to get up and enter a real stance before their blows connected again.[1/2]
>>31947939You only saw trails of red and yellow arcs, wondering how they managed all that speed. It looked like Asuka was slower but each of her strikes were calculated where as Kaoru sought to overwhelm The Dictator with a flurry of blows. Her kicks were like a striking snake, trusting solely on her dagger to hold the blood red blade that Asuka wielded at bay. How could you even begin to know who had the upper hand as their furious exchange continued? Asuka had strength to block blows and any that did sneak through looked like it didn’t matter. She was able to nick Kaoru once or twice as evidenced by a trail of blood that the Sikh would often leave behind. They were shallow cuts but it seemed to sap Kaoru more and more as time when on. You supposed that would lose more blood if she kept up her busy barrage.If anything, they were probably the decider. Kaoru was committed to using her feet whilst Asuka simply swung her sword without much care. As the Sikh slowed, you were finally able to make out the exchanges between them. It started with a horizontal blow from Asuka which Kaoru could only brace herself for. The Sikh was too occupied and jarred by the block to even see Asuka stomp on her foot. Whether from the surprise, shock, pain or a combination thereof, Kaoru finally lost the grip on her dagger. This was the opening that Asuka sought and her next blow left a long red welt across Kaoru’s cheek. Her collapse finally silenced the crowd.Asuka's gaze found you, or rather her father.“Well?” her voice carried across the clearing, “Are you not entertained? Is this not why you are here?”Lord Kudou turned away and walked out of the box. All that was left was you and that’s where her gaze settled next as did the gathered crowd.>How are you going to reward the winner of this contest? (write-in)
>>31947933I had some minced-pork omelette with ketchup and rice though I could have made some pancakes if I was bothered enough to make some batter I guess.
>>31947969give Asuka a hug, give Kaur a hand,get both girls outand we never speak of this again
>>31947969>Crowd Silent?>Stand Up>Engage Slow Clap
>>31947969"If you some alone time all you had to do was say so. Also, do you give lessons?"
>>31947969I kinda just wanna blow her a kiss but that might be a bit much....
>>31947969Treat the girls to lunch/dinner with our winnings. Asuka gets to pick for winning
>>31947969Oh like a specific reward after we leave the place?Ok then >>31948052But still do my original idea as well >>31948020
>>31948012By jumping in all cool and dashing to challenge Asuka, use TK to wield blades.
>>31948071It can be both.
>>31948088Then do it, based QM.
Let it be said that you were uncomfortable with the attention. Slowly, you made a show of getting of your wheelchair, you got to your feet before you raised your hand. Slowly, they came together as a clap. It wasn’t just you for long, as the clapping started to pick up among the crowd before the applause rolled in like a spring shower. Asuka simply basked in it. Her smile was really just radiant you thought. You couldn’t help but smile back.As the applause died down, Asuka slung The Dean over one shoulder and Kaoru over the other, making sure to retrieve her opponent’s weapon, before leaving the arena. Your winnings were a cool five digit sum that was more than enough to reimburse your speeding ticket fine and then some. Thus you decided that you would treat Asuka to some dinner, and if Kaoru was conscious enough, her too.“You know if you wanted some alone time you could have just said so,” you greeted her with a kiss.“Well, us women need to have our secrets,” she replied.She was probably tired or else she would have gone on a lengthy tirade about it.“Then, perhaps you would like some dinner?” you suggested, “All on me.”“I would like that.”“Then, let’s go.”With your hand in hers and an unconscious member of Judgement over her shoulder, you led Asuka away for a night on the town. Tonight, all was right with the world.Episode 33 end. No interlude tonight but we’ll resume Wednesday if nothing comes up. I’ll have some then.https://twitter.com/BoredofDirectorDinner date. Kaoru is probably going to feel it in the morning. Was it rape? When writefag and /tg/ meet, the story begins.
>>31948586Thanks for running!
>>31948586archived thanks for runningPoor Karou...
>>31948586At some point we need to make a TV show.>Asuka: Fightin' 'Round the World