Welcome to Academy City. The time is evening, weather is clear and the date is December 20.You are Kyril Torikov. Or you were Kyril Torikov. It was hard to say. Legally Kyril Torikov was dead. He had been pronounced dead on August 29. So how was it, that a few months later that an individual such as yourself was standing here? Your memory was spotty and you didn’t have many clues to go on. Brain damage, you were told. It wasn’t surprising. There had been a gap between when Kyril had died and when he had been pronounced dead. Setting aside whether you were really Kyril or not, the body was his and you were in it. After all, this was the City of Science and it wasn’t impossible to bring you back through Medicine. You just thought that maybe Kyril wasn’t originally like this.They brought you back but not perfectly. It was probably deliberate. The fact that you were brought back held unsettling implications. You were, or Kyril was, a piece on the board of a greater game. There was a reason they needed him, needed you. Through some circumstance, whatever they had in store for you was disrupted. That was a few hours ago, just after lunch. In just a few short hours you’ve come a long way from a very confused nobody to just another person trying to make their way in the world. You needed a place to live, money to pay for it, basically the bare essentials for living. That was a problem easily solved. Identity issues aside you didn’t really have a long term goal. For now nobody was coming after you and you weren’t exactly busy so it was probably the best idea to figure it out while you still could. Still first things first,>Find a place to stay>Secure a steady income
Voting is 15 minutes, write-ins are encouraged and will be integrated as smoothly as possibleDice are 1d100, roll under with obscured DC. Best of three.Season 1 can be found on the suptg archive with the following tags: Collective Game, To aru, A Certain Academic City Quest, Bored of Directors
>>36162340>Season 1 can be found on the suptg archive with the following tags: Collective Game, To aru, A Certain Academic City Quest, Bored of DirectorsWHYCAN'T YOUFUCKINGLINK IT?IT ISN'T HARD YOU FUCKING CUNT
>>36162404SEE?NOT HARD YOU BASTARD.
>>36162373>muh spoon feeding>>36162330>Find a place to staygotta have an address to cash them checks
>>36162330>Secure a steady income
>>36162330>Find a place to stayKYRIL IS BACK!(?)
>>36162330>Find a place to stay
>>36162525CyborgKyril has been hinted since the end the end of the first season.and by hinted I outright stated
>>36162330>>Secure a steady income
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>36162425>>36162525>>361625301. Lodgings>>36162460>>36162582>>361625922. MoneyBack to your old tricks again huh?
>>36162647>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=To%20aruFor one that doesn't really want to read 59 threads.. atleast RIGHT NOW. anything I should know? I see that we're playing the MC's name again. and seem to be him, And I assume We have his memory.Like do we have any major connections, and one that wants to murder our face?
>>36162679actually it seems we don't have his memory at all cause if we did we'd be trying to get the hell out to find our friends and stuff. Also>>36162330>Find a place to stay
>>36162679We have a waifu and a gang of friends, but we are most likely not in contact with them, and they probably think we're dead. Besides that, not much else to mention as long as you've seen the Raildex anime / read the LNs.
>>36162679We don't have his memory, actually. Probably not his body, either.
>>36162776You forgot that they all fled the country. There's also Teacher, but he's not exactly around either.>>36162799Nah, we got the body, just with lots of metal bits added in.
As of right now, you owned nothing. The clothes you were currently wearing were looted off some dead body in laboratory that had caught fire. No, not even the weird helmet you were wearing. That had been looted from the lab’s armoury, among other things. It probably wasn’t a great idea to go walking the streets with the face of a dead man. The disembodied voice told you that.To be fair the voice had also guided you out of the burning building and even helping you with various things. You just wished it didn’t call you ‘nii-chan’. It was a girl’s voice. It also liked to laugh a lot at your questions. You were pretty sure it was trying to lead you somewhere. How else had it known that the helmet would interface with the strange jack at the back of your neck? Now your sight was augmented with some kind of HUD, albeit in minimal. Displayed was a set of coordinates, presumably a destination you should be heading towards. When you asked, the voice had said,“Yes, if you want we can get you some work nii-chan.”There was that, or more unsavoury opportunities. You were pretty sure there was a market for manual labour with no questions asked. All you needed to do was find some opportunities.>Follow the marker>Strike out on your own
>>36162974...one of the clones?probably not>Follow the marker
>>36162974>>Follow the marker
>>36162974>Follow the marker
>>36162974>>Follow the marker"Make us whole again, Kyril"
More lv0 albino girl when?
>>36163151Accelerator, Lvl 0 Femcelerator and Robo Kyril hijinks when?
>>36163151>>36163200Yes, yesss! It must happen.
You didn’t walk far but it gave you a better view of life on the streets. Anti-Skill and Judgement patrolled more frequently. People kept to themselves. Even the street kids were a rare sight. You almost forgot this was a city at war, a sitting war perhaps, but still, a war. Thankfully you weren’t accosted though some of the Anti-Skill acknowledged your presence with a nod. Strange, you thought. What did you do to earn such treatment?You arrived at an old office building that looked to have recently been closed down. The power was still on and a few computers were still running. It was finally after navigating the various corridors did you arrived at a server room. Or, it used to be. Now it was staffed by one blonde twin-tailed little girl. A Judgement armband was around one of her sleeves and she worked against the glare of various monitors.“Ah.”The sound echoed in your helmet. She clicked a button on her keyboard to get rid of it.“Kyril nii-chan, you made it.”You weren’t surprised. In a city where children had superpowers and talents of various kinds, your mysterious benefactor being what she was really was par for the course.“You’re the voice,” you stated.“Yup, that’s me, Kihara Nayuta,” she replied cheerfully, “I heard you were looking for work.”You didn’t introduce yourself. She already knew who you were. You were looking for a job and she was offering. Mischievous smile or not, you,>Got straight to business>Ask her a few questions (write-in)
>>36163602>Ask her a few questions"Why are you helping me.""Where are my friends.""What's the catch."
>>36163602>>Got straight to business>Kihara NayutaWell that good deed sure payed itself off in a weird way. Good job Season 1 anons.
>>36163602"Sorry, do I know you? Or rather 'How do you know me?'."AndWhat happened at the lab?
>>36163602>Ask her a few questions (write-in)Why cant I remember anything? Why should I trust you?>Kihara NayutaI don't know who this person in particular is, but Kiharas are never good news.
>>36163602>>Ask her a few questions (write-in)"What kind of work?""Why did you help me out?".>>36163744We don't know anything about having friends
>>36163602Are you really my sister?
>>36163780Kyril must've had friends at some point. Assuming nobody knows how much we know and don't know, it'd be a good time to bluff.
>>36163764She's from a one-shot by Baccano's author. She's actually a nice kid that wanted to prove the Child Error's aren't failures by sacrificing herself to Kihara Gensei's experiments, so 70% of her body is cyberneticIt's believed that with enough training, she could even defeat Accel.
>>36163846That doesn't make any sense IC.
>>36163846What?So were going to ask this person who seems to know us about people who we don't know actually exist just in case they do exist and this person knows about them?How is that a natural reaction in this situation?
The first words that come out of your mouth are,“Who are you?”“Kihara Nayuta,” she repeated, “But that’s not what you were meaning right?”“Why should I trust you?”“I represent the Student Welfare Agency,” she puffed up, “Or at least a part of it. Someone has to take care of the Child Errors right?”“So you run an orphanage.”“Not just any orphanage,” she went on, “Your orphanage.”It probably wasn’t the only reason she was talking to you. It might also explain why she called you ‘nii-chan’.“Technically I own it, seeing I donate most of the funding but that’s just a detail. Didn’t you want to ask about that job?”“What’s the catch?”“Well nothing outside your jurisdiction.”You didn’t follow.“You don’t know,” she stated, not asked, “You don’t remember anything? Wow, they really screwed the pooch huh? Whatever, bend over.”Yeah, you were lost.“I said, bend, over.”Your arms suddenly felt heavy. So heavy in fact, that it glued itself to the ground. The little girl clambered over your back, fiddling with something on the back of your helmet.“Ah there it is,” she said, “A crossed wire between the Computer Assisted>Social Interaction Enhancer>Danger Recognition and Evaluation>Dark May Emulator“and your Memory Bank.”
>>36163940There's no such thing as a "natural reaction" to waking up as a cyborg wearing a dead man's face as some girl you've never met talks to you inside your head. >>36163890Bluffing is perfectly in character for Kyril, and OP clearly describes him as being in state of wariness, bordering on paranoia.
>>36164346>Dark May Emulator
>>36164346>Danger Recognition and Evaluation
>Dark May EmulatorDoes this mean anything to anyone? I'm tempted to pick it just because it's the most opaque.
>>36164346>Danger Recognition and Evaluation>>36164433It means we get cool powers and may or may not have a piece of Accelerators personality jack our brain.
>>36164433Oh, further googling, without 'emulator' as a term was successful.
>>36164346>Danger Recognition and EvaluationWhich /tg/ seems to have a lack of, please.
>>36164433The Dark May Project was an experimental program that tried to recreate Accel's powers by inserting his thought patterns in Child Errors. Kanuhata Saiai and Kuroyoru Umidori are the end result.
>>36164346>>Dark May Emulator
>>36164346>Dark May Emulator can't resist
>>36164346>>Danger Recognition and Evaluation
>>36164346>Danger Recognition and Evaluationthis
>>36164346>Dark May EmulatorShits so fancy we're gonna need a second helmet.
>>36164346What would our Dark May power even be?How do you all nitrogen to a TK power?
>>36164701well, seeing as it was supposed to emulate Accel, it'd probably be a reactive field like his, but only with matter. I doubt everyone in the project had Nitrogen based powers.
>>36164701It would add part of Accels nature to him. So it would make his powers autoactivate.
And just like that, it clicked. You weren’t just Kyril Torikov. You were also HsCC-02 VERDICT, a prototype weapon designed to combat Code M. Registered as a ghost student of Nagatenjouki, you were also part of Judgement Branch Office 49. It was the same branch as Nayuta’s. You were instrumental in the Fiasco of Endymion, albeit in a reduced state.“That’s why you don’t deploy a prototype before it was even close to Alpha-testing,” she spoke to herself.Your HUD started filling up. Overall Combat Efficiency was at 100%. The cause of your current immobility was a field of force localised around your arms which acted in concert with gravity. Seeing as that described your Ability, something must be influencing it. Outside of machinery, which you dismissed, the only other culprit could be Nayuta herself. The recommended course of action was to wait.“There all done,” she hopped off your back.You regained control of your arms.“Don’t do that again,” you only said.“I’ll give you warning,” she replied cheerily.Your arms, and lower right leg, were some carbon-fibre ceramic combination you couldn’t even begin to guess at. It was almost the same kind of material used in other Hard Science equipment. They were controlled by your Ability but otherwise were pretty much the same as any other human arm. Though you suspect that punching through walls and a snake-like grip of over 200kg was a bit more than human.“Anyway, back to the job,” she sat down on her chair again, “We’ve got suspected Code M smugglers out in the 10th, again. Or, and this is from the top, we need you to provide security for an upcoming conference.”“I get a choice?”“Well you can’t be in two places at once,” she explained.>Bust a smuggling ring>Provide additional security((Combat DCs have been are no longer obscured))
>>36165316>Bust a smuggling ringtake it for a test spin
>>36165316>>Bust a smuggling ring
>>36165316>Provide additional securityWho knows, maybe we will find out something about whats happening around here.
>>36165316>Provide additional security
>Bust a smuggling ring
>>36165316>Bust a smuggling ringBecause Kyril will always take the high road
>>36165316>>Bust a smuggling ringOkay now I want to see Kyril just scream "I AM THE LAW!"
>>36162974>Didn't keep the sweet Daft Punk helmet.Dammit, I don't care how little memory you have, that much coolness can't just go un-noticed.
>>36166006Maybe I was unclear. You're actually wearing it.
>Wake up>They didn't pick the Dark May EmulatorNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO>>36164701...DM isn't a nitrogen thing. It's an Accelerator thing that makes your powers work automatically like his reflection and auto attacks. It's just that the only two people that survived the DM process in canon had nitrogen powers originally.
>>36166040Yeah, I got that after rereading it.Also>>36165316Security.
I wonder how many anons are aware of the 15 min vote rule?
You decided to hit the smuggling ring.“Right, we’ll get you a ride right away,” Nayuta merely tapped a few keys on her keyboard.As you were waiting you also recalled why you were asking for work in the first place.“By the way, where am I staying now?” you asked her.“Oh right, your lab did catch fire after all, have any preferences?”You didn’t really.“Well right now your documentation’s a mess so short of making a whole new identity for you, and it’s not really worth the trouble, I haven’t gotten around to that yet,” she admitted, “How about you finish the job first and if you come back in one piece we’ll get right on that.”That sounded reasonable. A couple honks downstairs signalled the arrival of your ride. Bidding farewell to Nayuta for now, you went to meet your driver.It was an African-American with an afro. He had an Anti-Skill badge hanging from the waist and a ballistic vest was partially obscured by his jacket. Behind him was a red sports car, a 2012 Camaro. The front end looked like it had been replaced.“VERDICT?”You nodded.“Benjamin, or Ben-jii, if want,” he offered a hand, “I’ll be in your care, as they say around here.”“Same.”“Ow man, you got a good grip.”“Apologies.”He waved it off. You were off and heading towards the address in the 10th at a subdued pace. The radio was playing some old song.http://youtu.be/mDYNuD4CwlI“So I know a Code M altercation can get, uh, violent, but you need to promise me something alright?” he suddenly spoke.You paid attention.“No women, no children, those are the rules.”>”Orders acknowledged.”>”Code M must be terminated, no exceptions.”>Other (write-in)
>>36166236>Other"Those are good rules."
>>36166236>Other (write-in)Good luck with that. This city is, what, 99% children? This smuggling ring is probably run by a bunch of little girls.
>>36166236seconding this >>36166333
>>36166236>”Code M must be terminated, no exceptions.”>"If possible however I shall avoid it."
>>36166333Thirding.Just trying to be realistic.
>>36166236>”Orders acknowledged.”But also inform him of the dubious nature of his orders as per >>36166333
>>36166236>”Orders acknowledged.”We were the loli kidnapper at one time.
>>36166236>"I can not guarantee that order will possible to follow. I will try however."
Can this guy really issue us orders?
>>36166630He's our driver, so probably not.He was just making a request.
>>36166630We do still have free will here so probably not. He is probably talking about personal rules.
>>36166333>tfw you want to 4th but you are too late
>>36166333And half those little girls will have superpowers and a set of morals that could make 1940s Germany chuckle nervously under their breath.
>>36166853Unethical Scientific Magical Girl Menegele
>>3616704310/10 would watch.
“Those are good rules,” you replied, “If not for a fatal flaw.”“And it is?”“Out of a population of 2.3 million in this city, 1.8 million are children,” if he wanted to protest, you didn’t let him, “Your orders are acknowledged, even I cannot guarantee it, Ben-jii.”The older Anti-Skill officer let out a breath of relief.“Thanks, it means a lot to me.”The car pulled up to a multi-storeyed parking lot.“The item is a shield,” Ben-jii spoke as he parked, “It’s called Aias the Unconquered. That’s all we know so be careful. I’ll wait for you here until you’re done alright?”With a nod, you left him and went inside. It was dark. The power was out but it was still packed with cars. Thankfully your helmet switched to the low-light filter and you got a better sight picture. The deal, as you found, was taking place on the third floor. There were three individuals. There was a young girl, middle school aged at most, clutching a broad and flat package. That, you presumed, was the shield. The other two was a high school boy who wore an eye patch and an albino woman in some maroon get up. If you were sneaking, you weren’t sneaky enough.They saw, or heard, you coming. That was why Eye Patch was the first to move. You couldn’t make it out from the distance you were at but the helmet had a lip-reading function.“Change of plans,” he grabbed Girlie and produced a gun, “Get rid of him.”Albino turned fully towards to you and produced a small knife. As if you could be intimidated by such a thing. CADRE loaded up basic CQC countermeatures. Eye Patch started backing away with Girlie, the latter of whom was looking more than just a trifle terrified. CADRE pre-loaded hostage contingencies. Still it was mainly your decision to focus on,>Eye Patch>Albino
>>36167302>Eye PatchHe's got a gun.
>>36167302>Eye PatchHe's obviously the leader of this operation
>>36167302>Eye PatchThe mission was to take the thing being smuggled, not fight everyone we see.
>>36167302>AlbinoEye patch can be dealt with easily after ending the knife user.
>>36167647as long as we jack the knife before we go
>>36167794We do have TK thinking on it. So if she swings a nice we could just put bullet level pressure on it to fly upwards towards herself.
If we get shanked I'm blaming all of you who voted Eye Patch.
You paid more attention to Eye Patch. He held a gun, and thus was more dangerous to you currently. That he had a hostage, who in turn, was clutching the shield in question.“Stay where you are,” Eye Patch shouted in your direction.CADRE estimated a 30% of him hitting you, given the factors arrayed against him. Briefly, you slipped on the Code M filter. The package was enveloped in a yellow outline, the Albino, in red. Before you could consider things further, the Girlie stomped on Eye Patch’s foot and escaped his grasp. With a pained cry, his aim was thrown off, negating any chance of him hitting you at all as his gun discharged in to the ceiling. Girlie continued to run, swinging and knocking the knife away from Albino as she ran past and ducked in to a row of cars.Albino followed as Eye Patch brought his weapon under control again. By the time he did, you had ducked behind a car. Broken class showered the floor as his shots struck the car windows across from you. One of the rounds had struck a side mirror, which you used to keep track of his position. Whether you wanted to or not, you were now stuck dealing with Eye Patch. He advanced slowly, his pistol held steadily in two hands. Your best bet was probably to ambush him. You also remembered you had something in your pocket that you had looted from the lab earlier today. It was,>A double-pointed knitting(?) needle>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full mag>An electrified, collapsible baton
>>36168336>A double-pointed knitting(?) needle
>>36168336>>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full mag
>>36168336>An electrified, collapsible batonCattle prod!your're welcome Bored
>>36168336Wait a second...>albino>red mana auraMom?
>>36168336>An electrified, collapsible baton
>>36168336>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full magWill our beloved pistol see any use?
>>36168336>>An electrified, collapsible batonEMR time
>>36168336>>An electrified, collapsible baton
>>36168336>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full mag
>>36168336>An electrified, collapsible batonNever underestimate the tiny sticks. They can really fuck people up.
>>36168336>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full mag
>>36168336>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full magGET SUM FOHTY FAHV
>>36168336>A M1911 Serial #943,766 with a full magCmon. That's our gun, people. That thing is important.
>>36168336>An electrified, collapsible batonthe option least likely to get Sagara killed
don't kill Sagara Bored, anon doesn't know what he's doing
>>36168710>Killing Sagara>A bad thing>Anon not knowing what he is doing.hahaha
>>36168710I know exactly what I'm doing.
>>36168386The melee option>>36168387>>36168443>>36168481>>36168576>>36168623>>36168629>>36168633The ranged option>>36168395>>36168439>>36168447>>36168450>>36168568>>36168662The less than lethal option>>36168786You missed it by 37 seconds. Sorry.
>>36168838Looks like this story starts with an end.
WAIT A FUCKING SECOND.>>36163602>You almost forgot this was a city at war, a sitting war perhaps, but still, a war.WWIII has started>>36165316>You were also HsCC-02 VERDICT, a prototype weapon designed to combat Code M.>We’ve got suspected Code M smugglers out in the 10th, again. >>36166236>So I know a Code M altercation can get, uh, violent, but you need to promise me something alright?>>36168336>Briefly, you slipped on the Code M filter. The package was enveloped in a yellow outline, the Albino, in red.Code M = magic user. Looks like Kyril got turned into a mage hunter and WWIII is more interesting in ACACQverse.
>>36168887That last quote implies that either AC has gotten really good at messing with magic, or that they are somehow able to control VERDICT's eyes. Neither of which is a good thing.
>>36168979Kyril's manavision worked via reformatted nerves. While it was created through magic, the actual use and maintenance of manavision didn't actually use magic. By studying Kyril's body, they could easily figure out how to make an artificial mana vision system thing, because AC is fucking broken.
>>36168979I don't have a problem with our magevision being more controlled. Sometimes we would see shit that we couldn't process mentally
>>36169067That is a good point. It was magically altered nerves so I can't see why they couldn't create something to block it off.
>>36169067Time for the Crusades Mk8.
Wait, is this really one of our friends we're about to kill because we don't remember them at all? Well shit.
>>36169174Don't worry about it. They can rebuild him.
>>36169174It will be glorious.
It was an old pistol but also a familiar one. You didn’t know why. What you did know was that Eye Patch was bearing down on your position and if you didn’t do something soon, you would end up reflecting official records. That is, you’d be dead. Unlike your arms, and that little bit on your right leg, you were entirely flesh and bone.CADRE, the ever helpful plug-in, recommended relocating and estimated a 70% chance of evading enemy fire given the circumstances. Or you could stay put and fight from where you were. There was less chance of running in to the other two. The less complications there was, the better. CADRE estimated a 30% chance to hit with a snap shot, almost triple if you took your time to aim. The second option would expose you, all but guaranteeing getting shot but it probably wouldn’t be a fatal hit.>Relocate, DC70>Snap shot, DC30>Aimed shot, DC90>Other course of action
>>36169174yeah. I dunno why it gives some such a boner, the Dark May emulator was probably a better means for edge/drama
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>36169305>Aimed shot, DC90low hurdles bahbee
>>36169359By the way, please don't roll yet.
>>36169305>Aimed shot, DC90We can take him.Also do we roll after confirming the action or before?
>>36169305>Relocate, DC70Let's follow the instructions of the computer designed for this shit.
>>36169375>>36169359Yeah, the DC is only 90, but "succeeding" on it means we still get shot...It's probably DC100 to shoot ourself right now, but just because it has an easy DC, that doesn't make it a good choice.
>>36169375After the choice has been locked in, you'll spook the dice and influence the vote otherwise
>>36169305>Relocate, DC70How about we avoid getting shot right when we get back in action.
>>36169410Our goal is to finish the mission. Getting shot is just something that we'll have to deal with.
>>36169305>>Relocate, DC70No ryfligi
>>36169451The albino is a blood mage. And you want to get shot.Sounds like an awesome way to make sure the mission gets completed.
>>36169476Now how the hell do you know that? Are all albinos blood mages in this setting?
>>36169517popular theory is that's Kyril's mom. (read the archive in between the updates to pass the time)
>>36169517Red mana aura. Don't try to argue about how shit works if you've never paid attention.
>>36169517Red mana means magic involving blood. She hasn't killed us yet, so that eliminates vampire as a possibility for what she is.
>>36169604>>36169556She could be a golem that's powered by blood like how Asuka's sword ate blood.
All right, scooting, then shooting it is. Rev up them 1d100s. Best of three, lower is better.
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>36169742
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>36169742
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>36169742
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>36169742
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>36169742Aim for the center of mass.
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>36169784What do we have here?
>>36169841Nothing apparently. This guy must have learned from Big Boss school of taking bullets.
Look! a distraction!
>>36169841If lower is better, then apparantly the guy tanked the bullet like a fucking boss.
>>36169958Why must you tease us with things that are lost to us forever?
>>36170013Does Kyril's junk still work?at least tell me he can still consume alcohol
Hey Bored in case you didn't know moot made a thing that lets you know how many people are in a thread. Apparently we've got 31 people here.
>>36170188It's not how many people are here, it's how many unique IPs have posted in the thread. It doesn't count lurkers and it doesn't go down if someone who posted leaves.A closer thing to say would be that we have had up to 31 people vote or say something in the last five and a half hours, though it is likely less. I know that I almost always end up posting from my phone at least once for quests I like if they run for more than four hours because I usually need to go do something and end up checking the thread while I'm out. If you were to add in the lurkers, though, the number would go way up.
Well, CADRE did recommend relocating. That’s what you did as you kept a car between you and Eye Patch at all times. To be fair, Eye Patch came close to hitting you once or twice. You definitely felt a round or two whizz too close for comfort. It was when he ran out of bullets and ducked to reload did you get your chance. Your own double tap caught him right in centre mass. It was comical how he flew backwards against the car behind him. CADRE wasn’t fooled. There was no blood. Eye Patch wore body armour. Of course with you holding the initiative, and five more rounds to back it up, he wasn’t going anywhere. You didn’t even need to tell him to drop the weapon. He surrendered of his own accord.Of course, as soon as your little conflict was done, it looked like Girlie’s was too. It was a shame that she was being held hostage, again. Held against her throat was a blade that was made of blood. At least CADRE thought it was a blade. It was hard to describe as the blood was constantly in motion. It did make an impression when pressed against her neck though.“Let us leave peacefully,” Albino spoke as if she had a parched throat, “Or I will bleed the girl dry.”CADRE could tell she was up for negotiation, but beyond that it didn’t have much else to offer. Then again, a hostage was only effective if you really cared about them.>Negotiate (write-in)>Accept>Refuse>Other
>>36170431>Say we Accept then attack when given a shot.
>>36170431>>Negotiate"Killing you is not my objective, but neither is keeping her alive. Leave the girl and the item, then go."
>>36170431>RefuseNo negotiations. Whatever information about smuggling the girl has is worth less than taking down a magician.
>>36170431Give me the artifact and the girl, then I'll let you go free.
>>36170570I'll back this.
>>36170431>>Acceptwe promised afro to not hurt the kidsthis>>36170570 is also acceptable
>>36170431>>36170570I'm backing this.
>>36170623We promised him not to if we could help it. Personally I say negotiate and if that fails then it is on her head.
>>36170431Yep. That's Kyril's mom.I'm going to vote for metagaming the shit out of this. If Bored doesn't like it, he can tell us no.>Other"...mom?"
>>36170623Technically we are not the one hurting them.
>>36170718Well I honestly would have given you guys the benefit of the doubt but when you're flagrantly waving it in my face I'm going to have to say no. I recommend against metagaming in the future as well.
>>36170431>>Negotiate "Killing you is not needed. Release her and you are free to go.">If that fails then Refuse and attack.
>>36170801>I honestly would have given you guys the benefit of the doubtHow? I don't think there's any way to vote to call her mom without it being metagaming.
>Kyril's personal goals1. regain memories2. find out if your junk still works3. find out if you can still consume alcohol4. try not to suck at work
>>36170863He probably would have allowed some leniency with how we treated them if people didn't want to off them. If we even can.
>>36170863I mean I would generally assume you guys aren't metagaming, as I generally assume you guys aren't samefagging, unless you're being real obvious it.
>>36170863It's like pretending you didn't see someone break a minor rule as long as no one brings it up.You know, one of those social nuance things that you learn by actually socializing.
>>36170930I would have assumed that a vote to say something we only know because of sidestories would be considered "real obvious".
I'm hoping that once Kyril starts talking atleast one of them feels that his voice sounds familiar. Anything to open the door to reuinions.
>>36171064>Wanting ReunionsIf for one am relishing the insanity we can get up to like this. When we have Reunions I would like it to be further then now just due to how hilarious this could get.
So what, does Kyril not have TK anymore?
>>36171064>Kyril's mom wouldn't recognize her own son's voice
>>36171170He's using it to move his arms.
>>36171170His robot limbs are controlled through telekinesis, apparently. And the machine is locking him off from it.
>>36171205That's so horribly inefficient I'm about to cry.
>>36171064We're wearing a helmet. Voice modulation is to be expected.
I for one would like to see how far Bored will let us go with the dehumanizing of Kyril
>>36171178Yeah, we've been wanting to reunite Kyril with mon for so long and now that they're in the same place we can't have that, because Kyril doesn't remember a thing and his mom has probably been informed that he died and has nop reason to assume otherwise. I'm desparing so hard.
“Killing you is not my objective, but neither is keeping her alive. Leave the girl and the item, then go.”Albino looked strained. It was almost as if she was hoping you would have forgotten about the shield.“That is acceptable,” it was Eye Patch who spoke for her.You kept your gun trained on him as Albino handed the shield back to Girlie and sent her your way. Once she basically hid herself behind yourself, you let the other two leave. It was a trade. You got a Code M item, a new gun, and saved the life of a girl, no matter how suspect she was. All you had to do was let a Code M walk free but it wasn’t like it was hard to track or recognise Code M.As for Girlie, her name was Ilija, no last name. You figured she was a Child Error, pressed in to a desperate situation. Strangely, you couldn’t quite place her school uniform. If you wanted to interrogate her, it was going to have to wait. She didn’t look like she’d talk given how scared out of her wits she looked. Your troubles weren’t over yet. As you descended to the street, Ben-jii was waiting by his car. He also had a yellow outline and he was leaning on the hood and smoking a cigarette.“You,” you started, “You are Code M.”He regarded you casually.“What about it?”A cloud of yellow overlaid itself over the smoke as he exhaled. He pointed as his badge.“I’m a legit part of Anti-Skill,” he continued, “Call your girl Nayuta if you’re ain’t sure.”Sure enough, his story checked out, but that didn’t mean he was trustworthy. You already let one Code M get away today.“I won’t be offended if you don’t trust me anyway,” he said, “but it looks like the little lady could use a ride home.”>Escort the girl and item back on your own>Leave the Ilija with Ben-jii, secure the item>Leave the item with Ben-jii, escort Ilija>Just get in his car, keep your enemies close
>>36171506>Ilija's pic is that artificial angel girl from STB[concern intensifies]>Just get in his car, keep your enemies close
>>36171506>>Leave the Ilija with Ben-jii, secure the item
>>36171506>Just get in his car, keep your enemies closeKeep the gun on him throughout the ride. If we've got a coat then do it subtly, but if not then just be discrete.
>>36171506>Leave the item with Ben-jii, escort IlijaEven without his memory, Kyril just can't stop taking in all the loli's.
>>36171506>Leave the Ilija with Ben-jii, secure the item
>>36171506>Just get in his car, keep your enemies close
>>36171506>>Just get in his car, keep your enemies close
>>36171506>Just get in his car, keep your enemies closeWe can always sort through any misunderstandings later, for now we need to secure both the girl and the item.
>>36171597>>Ilija's pic is that artificial angel girl from STB>[concern intensifies]
>>36171835I guess we're about to experience a code T up close and personal. This is gonna hurt...
>>36171869You could say that, but T definitely does not stand for Touma.
>>36171900I know.It's Telesma
>>36171900Ilja is a boy's name.IT'S A CODE T(RAP).
>>36171957Slavic name too. >slav trap which may or may not be an artificial angel.Oh boy!
Looks like season 2 is kicking off just like season 1 - with lots of homoeroticism.
>>36172058Just how I like it.
>>36172058It wouldn't be ACACQ without lolinapping an gay stuff.
>>36172058Now I'm sad that there won't be any more Fowl Gods.(It think that was the name, right?)
>>36172143Now I just wonder what'll happen if he ever sees a copy.
>>36172143>implying Fowl Gods cyberzombie special isn't going to be the best seller yet
>>36172131Now all that's left is to find alcohol.
>>36172165A robot traveled back in time to save the world AND GIT SUM CAWK
>we are never gonna end up having people eventually figure out we actually arn't dead and flipping the world over in order to get what they want>they will all be killed off one after another with absolutely no regardssuch is the life of a slav without proper booze,
Now that you knew, you weren’t going to let him out of your sight. The shield, which you thought was a hoplon, sat beside you in the back seat. It served to keep the item with you as well as conceal your hands. Sitting in the back also allowed you to keep an eye on Ben-jii and Ilija without having to turn around. If Ben-jii was going to do anything suspicious, he didn’t, even as you dropped by one of the local Anti-Skill offices. He was quick to drive off though but you were told he had a busy schedule. He was an associate professor of Criminology at one of the universities apparently. As for Ilija, she was taken in for questioning, which you left to professionals. Something about your faceless mask being intimidating, or so one of the officers told you. You could pick up a transcript later anyway.The time is now evening, the weather is chilly and the date remains unchanged.You received a call from Nayuta as soon as you were done.“Thanks for your hard work today nii-chan.”You had a feeling you knew why she was calling.“Where’s my pay?” you asked instead.“Almost forgot that,” she admitted, “Well before we get to that, I’ve worked out some inconsistencies with your file so we can get you settled.”“I want to see my file.”“Of course, but it’s the kind of thing I need to hand deliver, you know?” she said, “So as for where you’re staying, well there’s this nice dormitory near Sakugawa Middle School, a bit expensive, but if you keep up the good work it isn’t too much trouble to pay for.”“Or.”“Well the cheapo apartments are in The Strange so,” she trailed off.“I’ll take,>The nice dorm room>The cheap apartment
>>36172536>The nice dorm roomEven robokyril appreciates creature comforts.
>>36172536>The nice dorm roomMan fuck the Strange
>>36172536>The nice dorm room
>>36172536>The cheap apartmentThe Strange sounds like an interesting place to live. Sounds like a place where people aren't bothered by gunshots.
>>36172536>>The cheap apartmentNo need for anything expensive. Go for something out of the way and hard to track.
>>36172536>>The cheap apartment
>>36172611It's a shithole, the Detroit of Academy City.
>>36172536>The cheap apartment
>>36172536>The cheap apartmentwhere the action is
>>36172536>The nice dorm room
>>36172536>The cheap apartmentnew life, new accommodation
>>36172536>The cheap apartmentTime to bust a couple of thugs attacking a sweet loli.
>>36172536 >The nice dorm room
>>36172611>>36172661Honestly that's an insult to Detroit.Though at least the food is supposed to be good.
>>36172536>The cheap apartmentless money, less questions, plenty of scum to work frustrations out on
>>36172536>The nice dorm roomI'd like to be able to live in a place that won't get robbed every time we leave and we can bring people back to without worrying about whether or not they'll get jumped.
>>36172833Think of it as combat training.
>>36172536>The cheap apartmenti'm telling you guys the sooner we have our friends accidently find us the sooner we can get back to the plot of the series.also i'm curious to know what the shit they have been up to lately.
>>36172833>Someone tries to jump RoboKyril>Smashes their balls with TK>"I AM THE LAW!!"I wouldn't be too worried.
>>36172536>The cheap apartment.
>>36172536 >The nice dorm room
can someone just turn off all the same fagging?just roll for it Bored
So how long do you guys think we've been out anyways?The city is supposedly at "war", though that doesn't necessarily mean WW3. They invaded people before that and kept invading people after it really.
>>36172957Long enough for Sagara to come back and for mom to show up and get to know them.
>>36172957Months at the minimum, I mean didn't they keep us in an induced coma for along while?
>>36172951you counted >>36172744 in the dorm list too...
>>36172980You can do that for short amounts of time as well.Mugino got way more fucked up than us, and it only took them a couple weeks to cyborg her back to life.
>>36172989Adjusted, it's still 13 to 12 in favour of the dorms.
>>36173032>RoboKyril will never pop a cap in some thugs ass when they try and rob him.Well maybe we will get some Uiharu scenes.
I hope you guys are happy. Now smuggling alcohol will be much harder.
>>36173296>Smuggling AlcoholI honestly don't see much here to stop it. Kyril does seem pretty respected so it shouldn't be too hard.
>>36173296>Smuggling alcoholI kinda love that at this point AC is so fragrantly evil that it didn't even occur to me for a moment that the city still cares if you drink or not.
You opted for the nice place next to Sakugawa Middle School. It was as Nayuta said, it wasn’t like you couldn’t pay for it.“Alright, here’s the address, I’ll see you soon.”With that she hung up and you started making your way to your new place. It was approaching curfew. Your room was at the end of the hall, meaning you only had one neighbour. Then you realised you didn’t have the keys either, despite being able to waltz in through the foyer unmolested. It was a bit awkward when your neighbours made it back. Thankfully, the white haired twins didn’t say anything as they came back from whatever day they had. You were about to introduce yourself when Nayuta arrived.“Yoohoo nii-chan,” she greeted loudly, keys jangling as she skipped down the hall.The stare you got from your neighbours didn’t last too long. They had swiftly opened their door before slamming it rather emphatically like they wanted to have nothing to do with your supposed paedophilia. Not even close-in-age exemptions could excuse the fact that Nayuta was a primary school kid.“Huh?” she held her chin with her Index.You just asked snatched the keys out of her other hand.Once inside, you had to admit, the place was nice. It had an actual king sized bed, a good desk, separate kitchen area, a generous closet and bathroom. There was even a bookshelf. Some of titles seemed odd, especially with an 18+ warning on some of the spines.“Fowl Gods, Omnibus Edition?” you asked.“Well I was planning to move in when I graduated from Primary School,” Nayuta replied innocently.You changed topic,“It’s a nice place.”“Of course I picked it out myself,” she reached in to her backpack, “Now before I give these to you, I want know what you’re going to do with it.”It was your new file, your new identity.“Isn’t it obvious?” you asked, “I’m going to>Recover the time I lost>Make myself a new life
>>36173442>the white haired twinsAre we living next door to Accel and whatsherface? Score!
>>36173442>>Make myself a new lifeMake a new life for now. Recovery can come once he is set up in life.
>>36173442>Make myself a new lifeKyril is dead. Long live VERDICT dog of the city.
>>36173460Oh god the irony.
>>36173442>Recover the time I lost
>>36173442>>Recover the time I lost
>>36173442>“Well I was planning to move in when I graduated from Primary School,” Nayuta replied innocently.Oh boy...>Recover the time I lost
>>36173442>Make myself a new life
>>36173505>only one king sized bed
>>36173442>Make myself a new lifeKyril punking punks arc get?
>>36173442>Recover the time I lostWE ARE NOT ABANDONING ASUKA
>>36173533Only if we get a motorcycle.
>>36173524Sleep in a TK hammock.
>>36173563Most likely she'll show up anytime soon. I kind of want to see the culture clash when Kyril wakes up and realizes Asuka is still alive.
>>36173442>>Make myself a new life
>>36173578Only if it comes with the suit.
>>36173442>Recover the time I lost.
>>36173442>Recover the time I lostIt'll all work out.
>they wanted to have nothing to do with your supposed paedophilia.I liked it better when people thought we were gay
As you were, you knew next to nothing about yourself. The human memory was a rather robust thing. You’ve only forgotten about yourself because your brain temporarily stopped functioning. That’s why you needed the files. It was going to help jog your memory. It was going to help you recover that which you had lost. Nayuta handed you the files.“You know,” she said, “You’re in a strange legal position nii-chan.”That went without saying.“So I hope you’ll get your past in order quickly before you have problems in the future.”With a hiss and a sharp click, your removed the helmet and set it on the desk. Looking out in to the night sky, your face was reflected in the window as you spoke,“I need to grow back my eyebrows.”“Sure you do,” she giggled and left.Episode 1 End. Time for interludes!>Beserkergång>Scholar’s Mate
>>36174008>“I need to grow back my eyebrows.Good old Kyril.Choosing>Beserkergång
any new tags you wanted for the archive bored?S2Season 2
>>36174008>Scholar’s MateGood ol'whiskey.
>>36174008>eyebrowsSome things never change, huh.
>>36174084Probably just Season 2, archive anon.
Now comes the hard part. Making money.
>>36174121It's simple, keep doing what we're good at. Which in this case is hunting magicians.
>>36174121We really should build up contacts while this shit goes on.
>>36174121just stay away from bipedal robots
>>36174151I"m honestly kind of hoping we go on a Magician hunting arc for a while and build up a decent life. Just for the moment when Asuka shows her face and Kyril now has to figure out how to use the resources he built here to help out.
So I wonder what caused a fire and killed scientists at the lab we were in?I hope we didn't go on a rampage and then lose our memory of it
>>36174193Bipedal robots will now cause unreasonable fear in poor Kyril.
I"m kind of hoping we will get to see Kyril from Sagaras perspective. Just to see if they noticed it was him.
Any chance this quest could have mormon mages? Or Scientologist Tom Cruise Mages
You are Kongou Mitsuko, and somehow, things have taken a turn for the worst. Your friend, and senior, Kudou Asuka, had been missing for most of the second semester. The official reason behind that was a medical emergency. You weren’t stupid. Academy City had one of the best hospitals, doctors and medical technology in the world. What was it that required your dearest friend to leave the city? In all honesty you had no idea. However there was no changing the fact that Asuka was now back. Your friend and roommate had become more taciturn, more withdrawn. She spoke less, but when she did, her remarks were just as cutting and sharp as always. Not that she would ever have a reason to.There were few within Tokiwadai that would dare approach the infamous Dictator. Her presence was oppressive. Being in close proximity to her seemed to stifle one’s breath. Clairvoyants among the populace measured the radius of said effect to be five metres. Their description of the interior wasn’t pleasant. It was like a dome where light dimmed, the air stank of iron oxide and the surfaces around her were flaked with red rust. There were only few people who were unaffected by it, namely her mother and Misaka-san. They were the ones you sought. Whether their answers were the ones you wanted was another matter.>Speak with the Ace of Tokiwadai>Consult the Right Honourable the Lady London
>>36174279we look like the guy from Daft Punk, I doubt it.it will come in due time anon. gotta let the stew cook before we can eat it
>>36174335>>Speak with the Ace of Tokiwadai
>>36174335>Speak with the Ace of Tokiwadai
>>36174345No need to tell me. I honestly want it to be like a year and a half later before they realize it. Just because right now it gives us a chance to go full judge dredd on people. Which sounds really damn fun.
>>36174335>Speak with the Ace of TokiwadaiDid she ever learn Mikasa was the rail gun? that mistaken identity bit?
>>36174335>Consult the Right Honourable the Lady London
>>36174398The only problem is, the longer this goes on the greater the chances we'll end up getting a job to kill one or more our friends. Reallly don't want to do that.
>>36174467Eh, It would be entertaining when he snaps out of it and it's not like I would care much unless it was Asuka.
>>36174335Calling it now, she merged with The Dean somehow.
>>36174507Are you sure it's only Asuka you care about? Aren't you forgetting a certain little sister? Do you really want Kyril to go mental when he realizes he killed LO/Mishka?
>>36174660They would be retarded to bring LO here.
>>36174542Robot house is doomed!
>>36174660That would throw a massive, massive spanner in Crowley's keikaku.
>>36174660Though thinking on it Sagara has grown on me now that is is badass.
>>36174699at this point i literally think crowley's keikaku shenanigans have exactly zero point by now.
>>36174780That's because you've fallen into his Keikaku. Hell even Crowley has fallen into his Keikaku, all according to Keikaku.
>>36174813It's at this point that keikaku starts losing its original meaning.
>>36174813This is some classical Xanatos gambit levels of keikaku shenanigans.
The answer was simple. The both of you were friends with the Ace of Tokiwadai. Some would say that the Ace and the Dictator were anything but. You knew better. Well you hoped you did. You couldn’t explain their friendly spars otherwise. Their friendship was so deep it left craters in the track and field whenever they were done. Most considered it an unpleasant thing, what with the horrid screeching of steel on steel and crackling of lightning. It happened regularly enough that the school had finally gotten around to automating the repair process. Still, it took a bit of effort but you finally located the Ace, that is, Misaka Mikoto. It was by one such track and field that you found her.“Huh? Something wrong with Kudou?”Though she was a little rough around the edges, you held Misaka Mikoto as a dear friend so you forgave her unkempt appearance and manner of speech. It looked like the Ace had just been put through the ringer. On her lap lay a sword. She must have been tired from sparring.“Uh, I wouldn’t call it that,” the Ace admitted, “I guess the both of us are just using each other.”You snapped your fan, prompting the Ace to continue hurriedly.“Not in that way,” she sputtered, “I guess we’re letting off some steam by, uh, sparring.”You supposed that it was so.“Yeah, I mean, I think she took it the hardest. When Aniki, I mean, Kyril, left us.”Ah yes, the sudden disappearance of Kudou Asuka’s lover would do it. The Ace started shivering.“Ever since she got back, it’s like she’s possessed. Smack her down and she keeps coming. I’m trying not to hurt her but she just won’t stop.”You left the Ace to her muttering as you pondered how to further investigate this development. Perhaps you could consult with your acquaintances in Judgement. Now who to approach?>The one who walked the beat>The maverick and loose cannon
>>36174941>The one who walked the beat
>>36174941>The maverick and loose cannon
>>36174941>>The maverick and loose cannon
>>36174699Eh, not really. He can just create the Third Season. Hell, he was planning on killing LO to move the Third Season into place anyways.
>>36174941 >The maverick and loose cannon>in b4 we accidently find out Kyril is alive but memoryless as well as nowhere near drunk enough sexbot.
>>36174941>it’s like she’s possessedYep. She's the Deantator now.
The two of you had always been at odds. It was true. You found Shirai Kuroko was much too forward and uncouth, not to mention her ear grating voice. Still, she was, grudgingly enough, someone you could respect. If only she could say the same of you. Regardless of that, she was part of Judgement and as much as she could dislike it, she was duty-bound to aid you.“Hah?”Oh God her voice.“You want to find more about her boyfriend?”That is exactly what you wanted.“Well aside from being dead, what else did you want to know about him?”Oh. Ooooooh. That put a rather big crimp in your plans. Surely that wasn’t all though. There must be some other way you could investigate more without stepping on more landmines.“Didn’t he have, uh, friends?”“If you’re talking about those no-good dirty scoundrels then I haven’t a clue,” Shirai dismissed them out of hand, “But surely you’ve heard the rumours?”Rumours of the Dictator you suspected.“See, even you have brain if you could but use it.”So how did these new rumours go? Surely it was not some regurgitated slander that passed for gossip.“Hmph, I assure you that my sources are reliable.”Ah, so straight from the source herself, you mused.“They say she spends her free time in the Strange,” Shirai continued none the wiser, “As you know, School District 10 has become, well, a slum basically. Apparently when asked about it, the Dictator said she had an appointment with the Slumlord of the Strange. Apparently she’s engaged in some kind of blood sport, though no one knows what it is. Then she takes tea with a foreign twin-tailed she-devil.”You wanted to bring your palm to your face but at least you had something more to investigate now. Thanking her for her time, you chose to track down the,>Slumlord>She-Devil
>>36175404>they go to the strange alot>we could have lived there and ran into asukamother fucker, god damn crawley bullshit.
>>36175404>She-Devilfuck these next few threads are gonna suck.
Well nothing spelled out a mystery than a foreign She-Devil, if Shirai’s words were anything to go by. It wasn’t hard to find the café. While eavesdropping was rather rude, you hoped that she would forgive you just this once.“I do hope you’ve gotten rid of Joyeuse, it is far too much trouble keeping it with the Slumlord of the Strange.”“Don’t worry Riko, I’ve given to someone reliable,” Asuka assured, “Wanko-chan won’t have any reason to complain now.”“Your mother?”“No, I gave it to the Railgun.”They both laughed at that.“You gave Joyeuse, the one that restarted the war with les Anglais, to the Railgun?” her companion asked for confirmation, “Hah! That’s priceless.”“I aim to please,” though once the laughter died down she asked, “What did you need me for today Riko?”“I was thinking. We are missing someone in our merry band,” he companion finally said, “You are Goemon, and dear Tadakuni is Fujiko while I myself am Lupin. We’re missing a Jigen.”“A markswoman? I suppose Kyousuke is not nearly as feminine enough to pull it off.”“Well I’ve good things about the Sisters,” she started until Asuka glared at her, “I wasn’t thinking about stealing one of them. No rather, I’m going to steal their successor, the WORST series.”“Hmmmm, then I suppose we’re only waiting for Fujiko to show up. You know how he just loves dropping in uninvited.”“Actually I’m sitting next to Mitsuko-chan.”Hiiiii. A boy appeared next to you. You weren’t paying that much attention anyway but surely you would have heard him drag the chair and seating himself. Then Asuka’s gaze fell on you. Her eyes were clear, like a big game hunter forever chasing the thrill of a hunt. Sadly, you didn’t think you measured up as the most dangerous game. She turned to her companion.“What do you think?”“I’d say she’d make a great Jigen.”Interlude End
>>36176036We pick up again next week.https://twitter.com/BoredofDirectorThe past. Catching up to current event. How fucked up is the world? When writefag and /tg/ meet, the story begins.
>>36176036thanks for running and welcome backalso fun fact, A Certain Magical Index is getting the first volume officially published in the states the 18th. just an FYI for buyfags.kinda curious to compare the translations...already archived, just gonna re archive it in a tick
>>36176036>WORSTHuh. They actually made those even though the whole LO thing with Accel kinda got screwed?
>>36176155Cheap, disposable shock troops. What's not to like about them when you're at war?
>>36176180True, I guess.Did Kakine ever go and get his head pancaked against the ground?
>>36176180do they bleed every 28 days?
>>36176196>Did Kakine ever go and get his head pancaked against the ground?Maybe we'll find out. >>36176197They're not expected to live that long so it's a non-issue.
>>36176222how spotty is Kyril's memory?
>>36176265I don't follow.
>>36176273He didn't recognize Sagara
>>36176302Well it won't be a problem for long so don't get hung up on it.
>>36176315kay, just curious
>>36176315Did Problem Children break up during Aug-Dec skip?
>>36176315I'm confused. Is Kyril's TK locked? Is he limited to only using it for his arms? Did he ever finish the last little bit of that book (or at least pick up the equivalent during his stint as a mage hunter)? He seems to have multitasking down since he can use both arms at once.
>>36176467It lives on in everyone's hearts.>>36176489It's confined to his prosthetics yeah. Brain damage and all that. You could have set it free with the Dark May Emulator but alas.
>>36176518>You could have set it free with the Dark May Emulator but alas.All my rage.
>>36176518confined for good?
>>36176518At least tell Asuka arranged marriage is still off
>>36176530The quick and easy path to power.>>36176537Perhaps.>>36176602He was warned to stay away or become an eunuch.
>>36176637>He was warned to stay away or become an eunuch.thankful for the small miracles.and just ignore the question I sent on the ask.fm, I thought you logged off or something