Last time, you walked inside the Matou house, met with the overseer, talked with Xuan again, and checked out the forest. Let's get the ball rolling.===Info Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L5-s3EIlzJJ2Mt_wQLDV-6oH0Y4fFHHBhQUd_2_3RTA/pub===You return to the Tohsaka house just as the sun vanished below the horizon, night falling over the city of Fuyuki on this second day of the war. You've seated yourself in the living room, with your employer Tokiomi, and your Servant Kiyohime both present. All things considered, you weren't able to gather much in the way of information today, but that's to be expected during the daytime. Now that night has fallen, though, the other Masters and Servants could very well be active. So then, what will you do?[Specify locations in your choice. Some notable options are: Miyama, Shinto, Matou household, Ryuudou Temple, Fuyuki Park, Church, Forest] Go out personally, with you and Kiyohime.  Ask Tokiomi to send out a familiar. Go out and also ask Tokiomi to send out a familiar.
>>48043523Head to Shinto, and send a familiar to Matou.
You ask Tokiomi to send a familiar to the Matou household; after all, just because the earlier venture there came up empty doesn't mean it isn't worth looking at, and you're hardly going back there yourself. While he does that, you decide to go to Shinto, taking Kiyohime with you of course. You'll need to be careful, and you won't know about what Tokiomi's familiar finds until you're able to talk with him again, so you can't take any undue risks. With that, you head off.You reach the Shinto district of the city after a quick trek across the bridge over the Mion River, glancing around as you arrive at the more "modern" half. You actually haven't gotten to look around the area much since you got here, since most of your time has been spent looking at specific buildings and areas, while Shinto itself is far broader a zone. Well, no matter. You might as well take a look around. ...it takes ten minutes. About ten minutes of walking, before you realize that something is wrong.Your Command Seals are burning, you sense a magus's presence, and..."Anchin-sama, that's...""...yes, yes it is."A rather large house in the Shinto district is layered in tens of different Bounded Fields. It goes without saying that both the magus you sense and the Servant Kiyohime senses are inside of that very house. ...well then.  Knock on the door. Burn it down. Try to see inside. Turn 360 degrees and walk away.
>>48044065>[X] Try to see inside.is this still alive?
It is, though it looks like today's not a good day for the participants. Depending on how it goes, I might do a later-day resume like we did yesterday, if I'm able to find the time.===You edge towards the house, trying to see if anything's visible inside while avoiding the numerous Bounded Fields. ...nothing. Blinds on the windows are closed, there are no direct openings, and you have no doubt that even with a basic spell for "X-Ray vision", the Bounded Fields would serve as a barrier to muddle your view. It looks like if you want to figure out what's going on in there, you need to go in. Head inside. Burn it down.  Leave.
>>48045117 Head inside.Well, we can't leave this alone so soon, and blindly attacking anything that isn't worms would be stupid, so let's try and make some friends.
>>48045117>[X] Head inside.let’s see if Generic anime male #574 gets to talk to generic anime male #46
>>48045267You're in Shinto, not Miyama.===You decide to approach the house, knocking on the door in the hopes of getting the attention of the magus inside. The moment you enter the Bounded Fields, though, you feel a sense of pressure bearing down on you. As with the Matou household, you don't have access to mana, and there are no doubt myriad other effects here, so you can't be careless. After a handful of seconds, the door opens, but you are not happily greeted by the magus who lives in the house. Rather, something you recognize as a puppet, a familiar that looks similar to some sort of strange moving mannequin, answers the door. From it, a voice emits itself, though you don't see any speakers. "Identify yourself." Introduce yourself as the Tohsaka representative.  Introduce yourself as just another competitor looking for a friend. Punch the puppet.
>>48045376>You're in Shinto, not Miyama.sorry for the confusion them>[X] Introduce yourself as just another competitor looking for a friend.a puppet user?well I hope it is more Alice Margatroid then Relius Clover
Well, it's understandable that the magus wouldn't answer the door himself, lest he risk getting his head smashed in by an enemy Servant an instant later. You introduce yourself, leaving out your affiliation to the Tohsaka, and state that you're looking to form an alliance with the master of the house. In response, the puppet goes quiet for several seconds before giving its response. "Please transfer one Command Seal to the Magic Circuits installed into this familiar as a down payment. Following this, your application will be considered." It says, extending an arm out towards you. You blink, looking at the puppet as if waiting for a punchline, but there doesn't seem to be one. It might actually be serious.  "Uh...no. I'm not doing that." Who needs rationality? Do it. Ask why the hell that's a condition.
>>48045376> Introduce yourself as just another competitor looking for a friendWell shit, I was hoping to not have to deal with an army eventually, but this guy or smug loli bitch could be helpful.
>>48045634> "Uh...no. I'm not doing that."Followed by "Good day to you, I promise not to lead any of my fights over here maybenotreally."
>>48045634>[X] "Uh...no. I'm not doing that."" so good night to you sir or ma'm"
Several seconds of silence pass before you manage to recover from the mental blow you've just been dealt. "Uh...no." You say, blankly looking at the puppet. "I'm not doing that. Good day."As you turn yourself around to leave, though, a voice erupts from deeper within the house. "Are you truly going to back down so easily?"You barely even register it as you turn your body around, anger and indignation suddenly filling your mind. The words strike at you like a poison, and even though you recognize that you rationally shouldn't be so enraged, that it doesn't make sense to be incited to such a degree by such a simple comment, the anger fuels your movement. By the time your mind turns back to lucidity, you notice that you're facing the puppet again, it has a small dent on its chest, and your hand hurts quite a lot. What...the hell was that? Hurry up and get out of here. Yell out "What the hell was that?" Punch the puppet again. You know, for good measure.
>>48045761> Hurry up and get out of here.Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck FUCK. We need to go now, this bastard might be able to mind control us or something close, and if that happens we're done for. Also, I need a reminder, do Bounded Fields act as anti-magic shields, or just auras of weakness, I forget which.
>>48045761>[X] Punch the puppet again. You know, for good measure.You know the saying "If violence does not solve it then you are not using enough of it"
>>48045761put your hands on your ears so you can't be provoked again and get out of there
>what the hell is that?Its a good idea to leave now. I can participate more if you ran at night.
>>48045810A Bounded Field is just "draw a circle, make a spell based on the boundaries of the circle, cool you have a Bounded Field". They can do any number of things, from alarm systems to controlling mana in the area, to Bloodfort stuff like life-drain.In the words of Rin, "Infinite different effects are possible within a boundary field. There are all sorts of boundary field, from ones that conceal the area from people's eyes, to ones that limit the use of magic within them. The most aggressive of all are those that oppress life forms within them.">>48045836Yeah, i think I'll switch to predominantly nighttime runs. I'll see if I have the time to pick up tonight,===You need to go, now. Whatever that was, you can't allow it to happen again, Kiyohime might be resistant to mental interference thanks to already being insane, but that's a big "maybe" and you don't have that sort of protection. You bolt out, not stopping until you're far away from the premises of that house, and take a minute to catch your breath, a worried Kiyohime watching you. Talk to Kiyohime, did she feel anything from those words? Head back to the Tohsaka house, you're still not safe here. Tell Kiyohime to burn that place to the ground.
>>48045924>[X] Talk to Kiyohime, did she feel anything from those words?let's try to understand what happened so we can get some clue on our enemy
>>48045924Ah I see, thanks for that. Most of my knowledge on the world is on the Grail War, it's history, and the stories and abilities of a shit ton of Servants.  Talk to Kiyohime, did she feel anything from those words?As much as instinct and common sense are telling me to destroy this place, the smug loli within could prove useful, eventually.
You turn to Kiyohime, noting the concern in her eyes, and ask her about what had just happened, if she felt anything strange from that second voice. Confusion flits across the Berserker's face before she shakes her head a bit. "...no, Anchin-sama, I didn't feel anything like that. It just sounded like normal words to me." She replies, tightening her grip on your hand as she leans in towards you. "Do you need to lie down for a bit, Anchin-sama? If you're jarred from that, we can go home and I can make you something to eat." Agree to head back to the Tohsaka house, you need to talk to Tokiomi about this too, and get the report from the familiar he sent out. Decide to stay out, you should at least search one more area before you head back for the night; you can't afford to waste time (specify location).
>>48046061I feel a bit too exposed now, better to go back and report
>>48046061> Agree to head back to the Tohsaka house,"Yes, that sounds wonderful right about now, actually."I will have my dragon cuddles dammit.
>>48045761 Hurry up and get out of here.The lack of people at the start probably wasn't helped by the fact that you posted just as the new DLC for XCOM 2 dropped.
>>48046061> Decide to stay out, you should at least search one more area before you head back for the night; you can't afford to waste time (specify location).we should at lest try to familiarize our self’s with the Einzbern's territory
You're still a bit concerned by what happened, not exactly feeling up for continuing to search the city after...whatever that was. "Yes, that sounds wonderful." You reply, giving Kiyohime a warm smile. In reply, an airy giggle leaves the Berserker as she leans up to briefly press her lips to yours, pulling back a moment later and starting back off to the Tohsaka house with you in tow. You return to the house after a bit, taking a seat in the living room once more. Kiyohime gives you a brief hug before dashing off to the kitchen, presumably to start cooking as she said she would, while you talk to Tokiomi. Apparently, his familiar at the Matou house found nothing, not even a trace of magecraft or anything strange there save for the ones that were there ahead of time like Bounded Fields. The only thing of note is that there was a light on and a window open, through which the familiar saw a seaweed-haired boy laughing at the computer. Tokiomi told you that his name was Shinji. You report what happened to Tokiomi in turn, the man's eyebrows furrowing at your explanation. "That...doesn't sound like magecraft." He says, visibly troubled. "You say that your Magic Circuits were open, so the resistance effect should have stopped any mental interference spells. Even if we say that it may have been a Caster who can override that somehow, you didn't sense any magecraft being used, so it has to be something else." He murmurs. "I'll try and see if I can find anything on such a phenomenon, but it's more likely that you were the victim of a Servant's ability, if Berserker is right and a Servant was there." Bring up Xuan, namely the "information" she gave about herself earlier. Continue talking about what had just happened, can Tokiomi figure out who the Master there was? Ask about the overseer, Elena; has he gotten any information about her?
>>48046218> Continue talking about what had just happened, can Tokiomi figure out who the Master there was?
>>48046218>[X] Continue talking about what had just happened, can Tokiomi figure out who the Master there was?>[X] Ask about the overseer, Elena; has he gotten any information about her?I will go with a combinetion of this 2
>>48046218All 3 really
>>48046288also I'm already gonna place a bet on the servant being Monzaemon
>>48046218> Bring up Xuan, namely the "information" she gave about herself earlier.Let's work on the enemy we know the least about, the rest are either neutral or seem content where they are, for now.
You continue discussing the matter of the Master and Servant in that house, describing the puppet's appearance and the layered Bounded Fields, and asking if Tokiomi has any ideas of who they are. At your description of the puppet, though, Tokiomi's eyes narrow. "A human-shaped puppet, and one that was able to easily take a blow from you?" He confirms, nodding slightly. "I see. Now, you may not know this fully, but when the human anatomical chart became well-publicized, the mystery of the human body died out, which crippled puppet-users. Creating combat-capable puppets is infeasible in the modern day, with only one or two people still being capable of making high-quality ones in spite of that decline of mystery." He explains. You nod, you've heard of a certain magus by the name of Touko Aozaki who's managed to avoid the decline of mystery and become a world-surpassing expert in the art of puppet creation; she's probably the only one who can do something like that reliably. "So, that means that you're either dealing with someone like Aozaki herself, or that you're simply dealing with someone who purchased puppets from her. Given her abilities, her puppets are quite expensive, so I'd assume that, between the immense layers of Bounded Fields and the capital needed to buy a puppet like that, that you're dealing with a conventional magus with high wealth. In other words, Feend vor Sembren."(Cont)
>>48046358Well, it's hardly conclusive evidence, but Tokiomi's reasoning seems solid enough. The arrogance to ask for one of your Command Seals just to ally fits the profile of those Clock Tower elitist types anyway. You bring up the subject of Xuan and Elena, mainly the former, asking if Tokiomi's managed to get any information on them. "Hm...the woman you call Xuan is still a mystery to me. You said she claims to be over three hundred and yet not know magecraft; if we assume she's being truthful, then I'm not sure just what she is. Maybe a Dead Apostle, but most of them at that age are incredible experts in magecraft. Maybe something inhuman, but how would she have been chosen by the Holy Grail? Then again, she could just be lying. I'm honestly at a loss with her, so all I'll say is to be careful. I'm using what connections I have to try and find out more about her.""As for that overseer, I'd like it if she'd reimburse me for that familiar." He remarks, chuckling a bit at his own not-really-a-joke. "But finding information about her will be hard, given that I hardly have relations with the Church. I had amicable relations with a priest who used to be here, but with him gone so are my connections. As a Knight-Captain, though, she's someone better left to Berserker to fight than to you; you'd probably only be able to keep up with her in a fight if you used two or three Command Seals to reinforce yourself, and that's just to match her raw physical ability, not even counting skill.""That item she had with her last night though, what looked like a shield. In the most dangerous case, she's been entrusted with a Holy Scripture. In that case, regardless of what you decide to do, I advise not taking any actions against her until you learn what its function is. There are some Scriptures of the Church that could even make her capable of defeating a Servant, if you're not careful."(Cont)
>>48046435Well, it's not exactly ideal, but at least you're better off than you were before. So in sum, Feend's Servant has some mental interference ability, Feend's base is in Shinto, the Matou house is quiet, Xuan's a mystery, and Elena's dangerous. Well, it's better than knowing nothing, at least.Just as you finish talking to Tokiomi, Kiyohime comes rushing over with a small plate that looks like it was poured out of a bento box in a slice-of-life anime. Sitting on your lap happily, she reaches over with a pair of chopsticks, picks up a piece of shrimp, and moves it to your mouth. "Anchin-sama, say 'aah'!" Keep talking to Tokiomi about something while cuddling with Kiyo (specify what) Just eat and cuddle for the night. After you and Kiyohime are finished, head back out and make one more stop before you head to sleep (specify location).
I wonder what happened to kirei in this universe?
>>48046483>[X] Just eat and cuddle for the night.
>>48046483> Just eat and cuddle for the night.It's important to keep our partner/wife happy. Also as soon as I read about her this has been my secret priority.
>>48046512for Tokiomi's comment here >>48046435 I did say that the same ting that happened to Rin
>>48046512Hopefully he got his dick ripped off and shoved down his throat. Speaking of people I hate more than words can descibe, what happened to that soulless bitch Kiritsugu anyway? If the answer is spoilers please ignore that last part, sorry.
>>48046564wile I disagree with you hatred of Kotomine at lest we both can hate Kiritsugu
>>48046512>>48046564Who knows? Finding out what this universe's deal is might be about as important as winning the war itself. ===You've done enough work regarding the other Master and Servant pairs, you can spend a night working on your own. After giving Tokiomi a nod and a look that requests he leave you alone for a bit, you open your mouth with a soft "aah", leaving a humming Kiyohime to feed you.With that said, you're still a little bit surprised that, as Tokiomi is exiting the living room, you watch as Kiyohime puts another piece of shrimp in her mouth, then abruptly shifts over to mash her lips against yours and let it shift into your mouth, a thin trail of saliva connecting the two of you as she breaks away. This continues for about half an hour before Kiyohime sets the plate down and slumps back against you, nuzzling against your chest with a contented sigh as the warmth of her body spreads to you. "Ah, Anchin-sama, thank you for reuniting with me." She exhales, eyes glimmering as they meet yours. "Just being like this, with you, I'm the happiest I've ever been. Can we...stay like this for a while, please?"Putting your arms around her, you lean down to kiss her in response. ===And that's all for now since I need to get going and don't have the time to give this the attention it deserves, but with some luck I'll be back in about five and a half hours to resume. Hopefully the thread's still up by then. Bye all, have a good one.
Bumping since Dawn said he'd be back in a couple of hours.
You wake up the next morning, in the guest bedroom of the Tohsaka house with a familiar spiritual entity pressed tightly against you. Her eyes crack open as you start to move, the trace of a smile playing along her lips as she leans over, briefly kissing you with a playful glint in her golden eyes. "Mm...good morning, Anchin-sama."After a quick shower and rather hastily-eaten breakfast, you're left to mull over your plan for the day. The Einzbern Castle is likely to be the site of a Master, but is heavily protected. The same holds for the Matou household, except that it's been strangely quiet, especially during last night. Meanwhile, you've found what's likely Feend vor Sembren's base in Shinto, the overseer in the Church, and the mysterious Xuan who's likely in the park. You've yet to find the seventh Master, or Adnan's base of operations, nor have you found anyone working in the forest or at the Ryuudou Temple as of yet. Well, you certainly aren't starved for options. What will your first stop of the day be? Somewhere you know you'll find someone (Specify: Park, Church, Shinto house) Somewhere you think you'll probably find someone (Specify: Matou house, Einzbern Castle, Miyama) Somewhere else (Specify: Forest outside of Einzbern Castle, Ryuudou Temple)
>>48051224> Somewhere else (Specify: Forest outside of Einzbern Castle, Ryuudou Temple)Have we checked our Ryuudou trap yet?
You realize that you still haven't gotten around to checking the trap you placed on that magic circle you found at the Ryuudou Temple, and with that in mind set off for the temple. Naturally, you bring your loving wife-partner with you. The walk there isn't particularly long, not compared to the trek you'd have to make in getting to the Church at least. You head up the steps to the temple, making sure that Kiyohime's feeling alright given the barrier that's around the temple, with its opening at the gate. You head off to where you found the magic circle, looking to see if the spell you had cast there is still active. ...nothing. It looks like either the spell activated and hit some poor fool, or that someone had managed to disassemble it. You can't be sure. Continue checking around the temple. Head somewhere else (specify location)
>>48051545> Continue checking around the temple.It'd be a waste to just leave. Hopefully Kiyo doesn't mind hanging around a temple.
>>48051545> Continue checking around the temple.
You decide to keep searching the temple, in the hopes that there will be something there to make the trip worthwhile. You spend about a half hour scouring the temple, looking for any traces of magecraft or other Masters, but seem to come up blank. There's a nagging feeling in the back of your mind, something that appeals to the soul more than worlds, but you can't place it.  Try something else (specify searching method) Head out (specify location)
>>48051861> Try something else (specify searching method)Maybe this is some sort of riddle we need to solve?
>>48052332I don't know how to interpret that.
>>48052491Well, there's always the mundane thing and tapping the walls and floors to see if there's any secret rooms or stairways, but that would take some time.
>>48051861> Try something else (specify searching method)Try looking behind objects or for secret levers hidden on statues
You continue your search of the temple for another half hour, trying to find any physical features that could indicate something hidden. In the end though, you're not altogether surprised when your search turns up no results; it's hardly like the odds of the Buddhist temple just being a conspiracy or something of that nature was very high at all. Still, you've more or less confirmed that, save for the temple's status as spiritual land and the Bounded Field around it, there's nothing worth noting.As that's the case, the question then becomes where to head to next.  Somewhere you know you'll find someone (Specify: Park, Church, Shinto house) Somewhere else (Specify: Matou house, Einzbern Castle, Miyama)
>>48053027> Somewhere you know you'll find someone (Specify: Park, Church, Shinto house)Might as well go to the Park
>>48053027>[x] Somewhere else: MiyamaSomeone enlighten me as to what Shinto and Miyama refer to. Districts in Fuyuki city?>>48046564>>48046612Why so triggered? Did you really hate Fate/Zero that much?
>>48053027Fuck Xuan, let's go to Miyama, haven't been there yet.
>>48053127Yeah. Shinto's the Eastern half, more modern, while Miyama's the older Western half.===Since it's one of the main portions of the city that you've still yet to arrive at, you decide to head to Miyama. The walk there is a short one, given that the temple is on the western side of town, so it's still the morning by the time you arrive. Unlike the ridiculous house from last night, there don't seem to be any particular areas that catch the eye magically when you arrive, and Miyama's size means that covering the whole place will be a bit troublesome, so it's for the best that you decide on a way of looking around. It's in broad daylight so you don't need to be too worried about combat happening, but you're still a bit apprehensive about your options. Use magecraft. It's more conspicuous, but it's quicker and more precise.  Rely on your physical senses, better to be cautious. Send Kiyohime to run around Miyama. It'll only take a couple of minutes, better than standing out in the open for hours on end.
>>48053127>triggeredstop projectingand no I don't hate Fate/Zero but I can dispite liking the story think that Kiritsugu is a jerk>>48053184>[X] Send Kiyohime to run around Miyama. It'll only take a couple of minutes, better than standing out in the open for hours on end.
>>48053184> Rely on your physical senses, better to be cautious.I've a feeling if we ever send Kiyohime away, it'll lead to a comedy segment (of sorts) about whether or not we were looking at women.
>>48053184Send Kiyo out, time is money.
>>48053184>[x] Rely on your physical senses, better to be cautious.>[x] Send Kiyohime to run around Miyama.Split up to cover more ground.>>48053214Projecting about what? I liked him, he was a good tragic character.
>>48053247I was talking about being mad at something as you were obviously mad that someone dares to dislike him
>>48053270>Asking why someone has a strong opinion means I must myself be equally as mad as they areDo tell. Actually, don't, we're veering into off-topic territory.
You've wasted enough time today at the temple,, it's for the best that you be as efficient as possible from hereon out. You tell Kiyohime to head around Miyama and look for anything abnormal, while you yourself will try and investigate as subtly as possible. That way, you should have the area covered in just a few minutes. Kiyohime seems a bit sad at having to leave you, but nods understandingly. "I'll be right back, Anchin-sama." She says, briefly wrapping her arms around you before entering spiritual form and presumably running off. Makes sense, you don't want the public to see a girl running around at mach three or something. You start your walk around Miyama in turn, glancing around and trying to keep an eye out for anything unusual. It's been about a minute since you sent Kiyohime when you feel "something". Your eyes widen, a chill running down your back as your instincts scream at you that something's about to happen. Acting solely off of impulse, you move to duck down, trying to avoid that "something"...!...You fail. After all, this is the natural result. A human could not have evaded what just struck you, such a thing had already surpassed the limits of human flesh. Severed from your body, your head falls to the floor, eyes wide in a lifeless panic. Screams fill the district as people see the corpse that had been decapitated in broad daylight, without a sound, by nothing at all. DEAD END (Reloading from >>48053184)=== Use magecraft. It's more conspicuous, but it's quicker and more precise.  Rely on your physical senses, better to be cautious.
>>48053301> Rely on your physical senses, better to be cautious.
>>48053301>[x] Rely on your physical senses, better to be cautious.Well that was sudden. Seems we don't get a Taiga dojo equivalent, either.
>>48053298you used the word 'triggered' on 4chan and assumed a defensive position implying that I and Champion hate Fate/Zero instead of just a charactertry harder next time>>48053301damn it how thought it was a good idea to investigate physically with out our servantOh well>[X] Use magecraft. It's more conspicuous, but it's quicker and more precise. let's walk right into it again shall we
>>48053377let's try not walk right into it again shall we*
>>48053370If you mean a "where did I go wrong", the solution was fairly obvious this time so I didn't bother with a little note. If you mean the comedic aspect of it, it's because I don't have the budget. Send donations to the Burial Agency. ===It's best to stay as subtle as possible; revealing yourself to whoever could be watching is dangerous, even if you can't sense a Master or a Servant here at the current time. To that end, you start walking around Miyama, Kiyohime at your side, while trying to survey the area as best you can while reliant on your physical senses. Kiyohime does the same, though she has the distinct advantage of a Servant's abilities, and being able to sense a Servant should one approach you. After scouring Miyama, you don't actually turn up with any results, surprising given that it's essentially an entire half of the city. Or at least, that was how it was up until the very end of your search. Without warning, Kiyohime's body snapped straight, her head turning skyward. "...Anchin-sama, I can feel a Servant up there."You blink, coming to a stop and looking up as well. You can't see anything amidst the clouds, neither can Kiyohime, but she seems certain that there's a Servant up there, and it must be outputting a fair amount of magical energy for it to be noticed through her perception but be far away enough to not be visible. It's either a Rider, or a Servant that has the ability to fly, then. Stick around in the area, maybe they'll land.  See if Kiyohime can jump up high enough to get a look. Just head out, it's not worth the risk (specify location).
I just want to give a head's up and stay this quest is both everything right about Nasu's Fate franchise and also everything completely dogshit about it at the same time.Good work on breaking even guys, carry on.
>>48053440I'm actually Nasu. Don't tell anyone.
>>48053377How new are you? Triggered is common parlance for any reaction that's wildly out of proportion. Would you call this reasonable?>Speaking of people I hate more than words can descibe, what happened to that soulless bitch Kiritsugu anyway?I mean, it is /u/-chan, who just last thread was Caps-Locking like a maniac, but still.
>>48053439> See if Kiyohime can jump up high enough to get a look.
>>48053457I'm not entirely certain Nasu isn't capable of actually doing better then he does. It's hard to tell if he actively and deliberately does the things that clearly detract from his various franchise things or if he just does them because he knows they sell well or because he has employers that require him to do them.I think maybe it's a bit of both, but who knows?
>>48053439>[X] Stick around in the area, maybe they'll land.but let's also try to find a bit of cover so it can't just attack us from the sky>>48053464>Triggered is common parlancefirst it is not newfag It is a tumbler term.and on your second point did I also used unreasonable terms? II do'nt see it
>>48053439> Stick around in the area, maybe they'll land. Let's not get split up again.
>>48053439>[x] See if Kiyohime can jump up high enough to get a look.>-[x] Get yourself to some cover first, like a nearby building.This is where Stalking B comes into play, right? Though as much as I want to know more, we should be careful: if they want to fight, our options are very limited.
Alright, so it's much later than it should be since I have work tomorrow and only just looked at the time. I actually wasn't planning on going for this long but the slow start made it go longer than I expected.So I'm going to be calling that a thread, we'll resume next time. Thread should be up tomorrow, probably around 11:00 PM EST. As usual, twitter for updates, ask.fm for questions, and so on.
>>48053579Thanks for the abrupt exit. Kidding. Thanks for running, Dawn.
>>48053579thanks for running Mr. Dawn
>>48053579Have a good night, am looking forward to the next thread.>>48053518>Exclusively a Tumblr termSure is summer in here. Explaining how two different groups of people can use the same word to mean different things seems like a waste of time, and something that would go over your head, so we'll just move on.>Agreeing with someone unreasonable doesn't make me unreasonable!Ok.
>>48053579Have a very late thank you, Mr. Dawn.
>>48043523Source on the pic?