OOC: Well, let's try this I guess! Oekaki is encouraged. Girls do their best, so please wait for drawn updates.Your name is Remilia Scarlet, and you are the owner and head of the Scarlet Devil Mansion. The night is still young in Gensokyo, and as the full moon rises overhead the mansion, you raise from your cushioned coffin. You open up one of your red eyes, looking around the room as you let out a rather uncouth yawn. It's rather uncharacteristic for Sakuya to not show up on time. With her time manipulation and how strictly she keeps the fairy maids in perfect tempo, Sakuya needn't have any reason to be late. Perhaps you've woken up too early? Inside your bedroom is, of course, your coffin, which rests on top of a pink cushioned bed with several scarlet and blood red drapes surrounding it. There's also a mirror, which you aren't sure why you keep in here in the first place, along with a makeup kit on the table it rests on. There is also a table with a Western floral designed chiseled on the side, with a rather plain lamp sitting on top of it. You've never found a reason to be more fancy with lights. Sometimes, simple is best. There are also several paintings on the wall, namely of several devils and vampires, along with a portrait of yourself. As of right now, it is currently dark due to the fact that your house does not have that many windows. Why would you have one if your room anyway? You're a vampire, for God's sake!As of right now, this is all that you can see in your limited dark vision. You've yet to decide how your day shall go, but fate is all but yours to manipulate.>The night beckons, and you belay its call no longer. How shall you start the day?
>>2098>OOC:Stopped reading there, use spoiler tags like a normal human being
>>2098I sincerely doubt this will go anywhere, but I hope to be surprised.>drink some tea
>>2145I'll keep that in mind.>>2163Much to your surprise, you find your tea set rested on the table adjacent to your bed. Stepping out of the coffin and sitting on what feels like you've landed on the clouds themselves, you hop off of the bed and proceed to bring over your wooden chair, complete with a blood red pillow to keep it extra comfy. Standing up on the chair, you pick up the tea pot and pour what seems to be black tea into one of your favorite ornate tea cup. By fate, it happens to be Darjeeling. Of course, it could've been anything, but fate decrees that tonight you have this particular kind of tea. As you sit down and drink, pinkie extended and all, you notice in the corner of your eye a dark figure raising what seems to be a wooden stake. Oh, bother. Is it another person trying to become famous by attempting to kill you once again? You're certain you've grown tired of the Human Village's antics, especially after you agreed you'd no longer attack them. You wonder if this is just one of the youkai's offerings, and they happen to be playing with the poor fool. Youkais do love their tricks, after all. >Morning(?) tea is at least monotonous this lovely night. What shall you do?
>>2319Greet the person respectfully. After all, what could a mere stake do to you?
>>2319Call for flandre to deal with this thing
>>2319Greet them I guess. No sense being impolite.
>>2319Throw colourful bullets at them.
>>2360Come to think of it, most of the humans are in constant fear of you. Because of that, the only humans you ever are in constant contact with are Sakuya, definitely, the miko, and that magician who happens to keep sneaking inside your mansion. You really do wonder how she keeps getting past your gatekeeper, but what you can think of is what to say to her in the future. Today, however, is special, as the tomorrow predicted it shall be. Yesterday wasn't quite special, come to think of it. Perhaps here is a chance to have some reasonable conversation with the human before draining him of some of his blood, and kicking him back. As the man reveals himself by throwing the bed's drapes clear away from him, you turn, teacup in hand and let out a childish giggle. "Why, good evening to you, human. How does the night-" THUNK. Before you can finish the entirety of your formal greeting, you're met with a stake gored straight through your chest, hitting your still, small heart. You sit there in surprise, the force of the stab nearly tumbling you backwards if it wasn't for the fact the table was behind you. You hear the crashing of porcelain shattering and cracking as soon as it hits the floor, the pan tumbling violently on the ground as the table shakes violently. You're shocked, really, and the shock shows in your face as you lower your head, your teacup still in hand. You're practically motionless."I, I did it?" The man shrieks in surprise, stepping back in amazement as he lets down his hand. You can feel him slightly stepping forward, his gaze looking at your face which has wide, open eyes like you saw a flying saucer. The man begins giggling to himself, which soon comes to a laughter of a maniac as he begins dancing around your room. "I did it! I killed the scarlet devil!" As his laughter becomes louder, lightning soon strikes as as the grandfather clock in your bedroom chimes simultaneously with the thunder that cracks. "The human village is safe from that bloody vampire! We're safe! The young women and children are safe at last! Gahahaha!"His annoying shrieks come to an end as soon as you giggle. "You know, human. You've really made my night not as boring." You raise your head and lock your eyes to the human, who by then has slowly turned around and paralyzed in fear. You drink from your tea cup, extending the pinkie and smile at the aspiring vampire killer. "Human, you've done well to surprise me. The strike truly pierced my unmoving heart, and you've done it with excellent precision." You explain, giggling. "Perhaps I truly would be dead, if you actually used white ash, not driftwood." You grip the wooden stake which made a new home inside your chest with your elongated, sharp nails, and you pull until violently, the stake ejects itself from your body, with no single trace of blood. You toss the stake back at the human, who immediately cowers and squeaks as soon as it hits the ground. You see him back up, shivering in his boots.[1/2]
>>2643[2/2]"It's a pity, human." You say as you put a hand over your heart. "Sakuya wouldn't enjoy holes in my clothing." You begin to lick your lips, and bear your fangs as you grin at the human. As soon as you finish licking your lips, the human takes a huge step backwards, and as you grin, the human turns tail, screaming as he slams open your double doors which serve as the extra."No! NO! Don't suck my blood! Aaah!" The man begins sniveling and letting out exasperated breaths. While not as bad at Patchouli's various illnesses, the poor girl, you sigh regardlessly as you watch the man run down the halls."Must they always run?"> You suppose you're back to your regularly given schedule. You enjoy black side in chess, and the human has made his move. How shall you follow suit?Huh. I guess my drawings carry over to my next replies. That's nice to know.
>>2660Sic the fariy maids on him. Make it into a game. First one to catch him and bring him back to us in one piece gets, I don't know, fairy things.You know. Candy, shiny trinkets, a pat on the head, etc.
>>2660Use the Chain Gang move to immobilize him! We need to figure out who exactly he is and who he works for.
>>2660Call for Sakuya to ...deal with him.Flandre gets hungry, while you are going to town to...negotiate....again.
>>2681The prize has got to be a frilly hat.
>>2681There's a garden of opening moves in chess, and a repertoire of defenses black side may respond with. Of course, there's no such thing as an opening move where one of your units are immediately attacked. You sighed previously, yet you realize something is certain. You giggle inside your room as you raise up one of your hands, crisping your fingers together. "I enjoy these types of games." You snap your fingers, and within moments, several of the fairy maids that take fine care of your lovely mansion rush inside of your room. They float with resolution, and unlike most fairies, do not play around idly. They've learned never to act like that around you, especially when you give the orders.You smile, as you gaze up at the five whom entered the chamber you sleep in. "Fairies, I've been attacked by a mongrel that managed to sneak past our gatekeeper. Yes, I know. I'm not surprised either." You giggle, as your move your fingers about, your elongated red nails slightly tapping over the first fingers laid down and the rest. "I give you permission to treat this as a game. With little damage, if possible." The fairies begin looking at one another in astonishment, and as you clear your throat, they all shoot their simple eyes towards you. "If whoever catches the human who drove a stake through your mistress' heart, in one piece, might I add," you emphasize, knowing how fragile human can be, "you may enjoy a prize of your choice from yours truly." You snap your fingers once again. "Go." The fairies nod their heads, and fly around meticulously as they then jet out of the door. Once again, you let out a small snicker as you rest your head on the back of your hand, the other hand resting on the chair. "Sakuya?" You ask, strumming your fingers across the chair. A woman with silver hair, long twin braids on both sides of your face tied with a green bow steps out of the shadow, her usual head maid outfit worn while carrying the fallen tray with the pieces of porcelain that scattered across your floor. [1/2]
>>2877>>2687[2/2]"My apologies, milady. Were you startled?" Sakuya asks with a polite bow soon to follow."Ah, of course not," You giggle mischievously soon after. "I merely acted out what fate told me would happen." "And you didn't tell me?""Of course not. That would make this less fun, wouldn't you agree?" You once again let out a cute snicker.."I do not enjoy having the fairies fly through the house, you know, milady." Sakuya says, sighing with a slight tone of annoyance."And I do not enjoy our gatekeeper falling asleep." You retort."Oh, I'm well aware." She looks towards the door. "Shall I deal with the invader?""You know the rules, Sakuya. Though, I believe my little sister has not eaten..." You note, pondering as you tap the end of your chair with your nails."Milady, we've agreed to not harm the human.""And you agreed accidents can happen sometimes.""... Very well. I'll see if I can return the human in peace. Or, well, at least without being properly scared." Sakuya bows once again."Good! I have arrangements to make." You stand up from your chair, putting your hand to your chest once again. "... Once I have a change of clothes.""Your clothes have been prepared, milady." Sakuya moves her free hand to the end of your bed, a replacement pair of clothes already hung with a hangar beside it. Sakuya was the head maid for a reason.>The sky is beautiful, and the moonlight shines across the Fairy Lake. How shall we proceed?
>>2883The lake is boring, float through the forest looking for an incident!
>>2883>Visit that crow messenger girl .
>>2896After swiftly swapping out your attire, you look at Sakuya and sway your hair away from your face. "Sakuya, shall you escort me to the balcony?""Of course, milady. Let's hope the fairies won't run into us now." She walks forward at a brisk pace meeting yours, a notable clacking noise emitting from her shoes with each step. The trip to the balcony takes shorter as you would expect, as the mansion's size is manipulated by Izayoi Sakuya as well. The Scarlet Devil Mansion is notably big on the outside, but on the inside it's much larger. That's all thanks to the head maid whom you've had the privilege of keeping for quite a number of years. If you were to measure your age with a ruler by inches, she barely reaches an inch on how long she's been around. Still, moving your entire scarlet mansion to another world was quite recent. You've always regretted that the mansion was a little too small for your tastes, but you admit it was quite a surprise when she revealed that she manipulated not only space, but time.You suppose it makes sense in foresight, but general relativity was something new in Einstein's time. You're not even sure if you get it today.Sakuya stops at the balcony and opens the glass door leading outside. Above the pitch black sky is the white moon which illuminates the balcony. The moonlight reflects beautifully off of the lake, and slightly makes the Misty Lake a little more visible until it your eye meets the horizon. "Are you going out, milady?" Sakuya asks, looking towards the Misty Lake."Naturally! A vampire like I needs to get out once in a while," you explain with a smile, extending your wings. "Just remember to return soon, milady. Breakfast may very well turn to brunch this early morning..." Sakuya notes."I'll hope the fairies cook something splendid tonight!" You shout, your giggles echoing across the lake. "Say, what day is it, Sakuya?" She pulls out her stopwatch, and looks at the moon."It is a Thursday, milady." She announces."Ah, so tonight's element is wood! Patchouli is bound to be a little happy tonight, wouldn't you agree?""Of course, milady." You look towards the forest that's slightly visible through the fog. "The forest, I'm guessing?""Yes, how could you have guessed?""Just a hunch," Sakuya notes, snickering. "You've plenty of forests to choose from. Which do you plan to explore, milady?"> The Forest of Magic. > The Bamboo Forest of the Lost.> The Great Youkai ForestThis shall be the last update of today. If /qst/'s sticky holds true, I'll pick up this thread tomorrow if it's still up. Have a good night everyone. I hope you all had fun!
>>3030Forest of the Lost. Your scenario in IN was canon after all!
>>3030> The Bamboo Forest of the Lost.Sure, I can support that.
>>3030And thanks for running!
> The Bamboo Forest of the Lost.Time to go an' mess with them lunarian folks.
If I get a 9 Cirno wins the quest forever and is the queen of Touhou.If I get anything but a 9, she is forever damned to scrub the toilets of everyone else. http://i.4cdn.org/wsg/1461843277081.webm
>rape Sakuya>make her rape Flan>then rape her myself>masturbate>drink blood>go to sleepAnother peaceful day at SDM.
This quest is going places. Thanks for running.
>>3842>>rape Sakuya>>make her rape Flan>>then rape her myself>>masturbate>>drink blood>>go to sleepYou forgot the obligatory explosion ending.
You tap your bottom lip momentarily with your nails momentarily, licking the small marks left over and brushing your fangs once more with your tongue. "Perhaps, the bamboo forest we've visited that one, long night ages ago?" You tell the head maid, stretching out your wings as you look towards its direction."Milady, I hope you aren't trying to recreate the incident..." Sakuya notes, slightly scolding you. "And what if I do?" You look back, sneering."You know exactly what will happen," she notes, "and I'm sure the moon would enjoy not being toyed with once again." You ponder to yourself. You suppose the latest incident wasn't too far away. Visiting the moon and going to the lunar capital was quite an experience, however. "Oh? And what exactly will happen, Sakuya Izayoi?" You decide to play dumb, teasing the maid as you do with all of them. "Milady, I'm sure you're wise enough to deduce future events. Your powers needn't apply, especially for someone like her," she emphasizes. Ah, her. Hakurei Reimu. Or Reimu Hakurei? Japanese names, really.She was always a special rose, but, of course, always pierced you like a stake stuck to your side. Wouldn't it be wonderful if roses didn't have thorns? I'm sure she would enjoy your company more if she learned to enjoy the night like a vampire would. You admit: she's quite strong. Many do not possess the privilege of being told that. Someone who could dodge and graze the fate of certain defeat weaved for all is a worthy adversary, after all. You suppose you are limited in your powers, however. The spell card rules are the leaves to the whole ordeal, after all.You let out a small, cute 'hmph' as you strongly flap your wings, releasing a gust of air that makes Sakuya's braids fly backwards. "Well, we'll see what fate brings, Sakuya. The girl is strong, but whomever is the most beautiful certainly wins these wars.""And, of course, the most graceful, milady." Sakuya giggles."I was getting to that!" You retort, slightly breaking the coolness of your previous statement. You clear your throat. "Anywho, I'll return from my stroll after my boredom is quenched.""Shall I await for you at this same balcony, my mistress?" "Mayhaps. Who knows? Once again, I feel this night will be special." You smile, closing your eyes as you prepare yourself for flight. "Then I'll bid you adieu," your head maid says with a curtsy."Adieu, Sakuya." You open your eyes, launching yourself upwards with one huge flap, flying above the thick fog of the Misty Lake. Hovering above your home briefly, brief flaps supporting your action, you start advancing towards The Bamboo Forest of the Lost. Of course, it doesn't surprise you that you're already lost The bamboo always looked like it both grows fast and glows mysteriously. Every visit in this forest is different, after all.> We must guide ourselves through the Tall Grass Commandery. What shall we do?
>>8025Well they don't call it "the bamboo forest of the lost" for nothing.I'd say, wander for a while through the forest. You've taken the time to make yourself available, now it's the forest's duty to properly provide some entertainment to you, damn it.If the forest persists in being boring, fly up until you clear it and search something interesting to mess with.
>>8025You see something
>>8068Walking around the forest provides no sort of interest results. You begin to wonder if there was any point to wander in the first place. You wonder if there's some sort of way to twist your tongue with a statement like that. The thought at least entertains you, until you find something particular in your eye: a carrot right in the middle of the arbitrary path you've made.You know about the rabbits who inhabit this place. Oh, you're well familiar with them indeed. You just wonder which one you're dealing with. Surely, a carrot in a middle of the forest means something, right? You wonder as you wander what wonderful things the wandering wonders wondered. It's fun, if only a little childish. > Won... ahem, ponder if you will. What action shall you take?
>>8221Suddenly transform into your night form. Bugs Bunny, and get into some hi jinx.
>>8221Walk up to the carrot and into the obvious trap. Of course, getting caught is part of our plan.
>>8286>>8290After pondering, no, thinking for a few moments, you step forward. You really need to stop using that word now, you're beginning to give yourself a headache...You hear the snickering of others behind the bamboo. You sigh, and smile to yourself. Must they make this more obvious than they should? Well, you suppose this is your entertainment for now. Getting ourselves caught is part of the plan, after all. You grab the carrot, and, as you let fate move naturally, you fall in the pitfall trap. The branches and leaves violently hit the ground, cracking on impact, and you give the most theatrical scream of terror you can give. You do not hit the ground, however; you do not want to dirty your clothes since you've already got a hole in one of them. You transform to one of your many vampiric forms, but the cutest of them all; a group of bats.Did you know? A group of bats is called a colony. If it's five boxes in a crossword puzzle, however, cloud suits them best. As your colony looks upwards and sees a group of earth rabbits looking down the hole, their smiles unable to be contained, you change their crescent-like smiles, wax to waning, as your bats emerge from the pitfall trap, screeching indiscriminately around the forest. Screaming. Delightful! Your bats eventually group up and once again form your beautiful shape. "Ohoho~? Did you like my tricks, earth rabbits?" You ask, combing through your hair with your fingers and letting it flow with the wind. You keep your hand up and giggle, staring at each of the rabbits, who are quaking in their little boots. Well, those that have them.> You've gotten their undivided attention. How shall you take center stage?
>>8607Demand to be taken to Eientei and be given their delicious supplies of medical blood and superb mochi.
>>8607Inquire if they have any masters as of yet. The mansion can also use more cute maids.
>>8630>>8639The rabbits continue to shiver and cover due to your overwhelming charisma. Not because they're scared, of course; it's just them being astonished by your good charms! Of course, you can't have this now. You have things to do, and a curse to get rid of. After all, the worst curse of them is boredom; something you and many long lasting people in Gensokyo can certain agree with."Let's get to the point, first," you start, crimson nails scratching your palm momentarily. "I can accept buffoonery and trickery. I have fairies for maids, after all. If you serve no master, and you want a more suitable, less dirty place to stay, surrender yourselves to me and become my maids! Of course, you can quit when you want, and we have a room available for each and every one of our maids. Pay included, food provided, but of course, that's all factored into your pay. Nights and days off vary." You let out your entire sales pitch to them.You realize that it would be extremely easy to just manipulate them to becoming your servants. But, that's rather old school, isn't it? You happen to have a great charisma score, as they would say across several dedicated fans of a tabletop game that speaks of the past. You may as well flaunt that you are quite verbose, and their future master is someone they'll obey, or learn to fear. "But, of course, I demand to be taken to the moon pricess here as well. Eientei, or whatever the place was called." You smile joyfully towards the rabbit. "Sakuya didn't say I could cheat before brunch, after all..." You begin to laugh to yourself, looking a little mischievous to the rabbits. > How well does this fantastic speech work? Let's test our charisma and roll a 1d20+5!
Rolled 16 + 5 (1d20 + 5)>>8904
Jeez, I should proofread my shit better.>>8937You grin, bearing your fangs to the rabbits. "Well? What shall it be?" The rabbits jump up as soon as your teeth shine, and they reluctantly nod, seemingly obedient as soon as they can. You let out a small snicker. "Good! Now, your first assignment; take me to Eientei!" They nod once again and hop into one of the openings of the bamboo forest. You keep up with a relaxed pace, watching them stop every once in a while to see that you're still there. You feel the turns of their head are a little too quick. Perhaps they're still scared? Well, why would they be? They should be shy, if anything. You arrive at Eientei, the Eastern-style mansion deep within The Bamboo Forest of the Lost. The size of this place has always fascinated you. The hallways inside do lead into the sky, after all. Come to think of it, it's near the full moon, isn't it? You heard that there is a festival every month, yet you don't see any sign of it. As you have hoped, your curiosity peaks, and makes this stroll all more entertaining for you.You see a rabbit in a short-sleeved white shirt walk on by, her eyes as red as Flandre's dress looking overhead every once in a while to make sure she doesn't bump into anything. She's being quite careful. For what, you wonder? Oh, there you go again. Don't let your mind wander, err, go off on that stuff again! > How shall we spend time in Eientei?
>>9253Look for the lady of the household to talk about lady like things.
>>9253>Carrot cake with mashed yams and whipped cream.
>>9253>You grin, bearing your fangs to the rabbits. "Well? What shall it be?" Quit playing dark souls you neet vampire.>How shall we spend time in Eientei?Reminisce about how we hunted rabbits as a kid, and try not to think about how good the stew was.Oh, and ask her if she needs help with that box.
>>9315This. If she does need help, order our new maids to help her.What? You didn't expect us to actually physically help her did you?
>>9270>>9315Oh, you remember those days when you were a young fledgling. Father would be proud, you're quite sure. Of course, your sister was far better at hunting rabbits than you could ever be. It should go without saying that you love your sister. You just wish she was more eloquent like you could be when it comes to games. Your sister is a playful girl. Much more playful. It's a shame that getting new toys was always an issue, much like getting her food. Ah, but you haven't had rabbit stew in a while now. Perhaps it's best not to think of it here. You walk up to the rabbit carrying the box, standing near her path. As she looks up, she comes to an immediate halt, her lowering her eyes as soon as she sees you. "Do you need help, little white rabbit?" You ask, tapping your arm casually."Eh? What's a youkai doing here in Eientei?" She asks, seemingly thinking out loud."Please, don't clump me in with those imbeciles. I'm much more refined and important than them. Please; vampire will do," you quickly correct the bunny."Umm... right," she says, sighing. "I would not mind some help, Remili-""Good! Girls, help her." You snap your fingers, and the earth rabbits come to the moon rabbit's side. "Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to speak with a moon princess." You begin strolling inside the mansion, one of the earth rabbits opening the door for you."Hey, wait!" The moon rabbit yells out, but as soon as she turns around, the rabbits surround her and begin fighting over the box. You look around the mansion, taking mental notes of the interior and wondering if any of these designs are even worth stealing. You admit, you aren't one for Japanese houses. You can't even manage to convince the miko to change the shrine to something much more sophisticated. If only they can see your ways, or know how to handle aesthetic the correct way! You go down the hallway with the moon shown outside. It's quite a surprise to see the moon so clearly from inside the mansion, especially since the bamboo covers it mostly. You suppose having hallways that lead to the sky is nothing more than a good thing. Perhaps Sakuya should take notes instead. You remember coming in here before and knowing there was a fake moon. Of course, you didn't mind if the night was eternal, but the fake moon was anything but nice looking. If you remember, the door was right here...That'll be all for today. If the thread's up, I'll update afterwards! I doubt it'll go away; the board is slow, after all. I wish you all a good night, and I hope you had fun.
>>9679Thanks! I had fun.Don't be afraid to railroad every now and then as long as it doesn't go against what the players voted.Remilia is right, Japanese aesthetics are inferior to a well engineered house.
>>9821>railroadingPlease don't, or at the very least be fucking subtle about it. Nothing is more annoying than losing player agency.That said this is pretty fun thus far. Hope to see it continue.
>>9821It's always fun. Were you the Cirno/Chen/Okuu quest anon on /tg/ btw? If so, I always liked your work.
>>8025let's see if we can find the Phonix girlshe could be interesting if she is fighting Kagura-Hime and if she is not it would be probably easy to provoke her in to casing some mischievous
When do we find Koishi, the best 2hu ? Surely all that girl needs is someone to teach her how to act like a proper lady, and we're just the proper lady to do it.
>>9679You open up the screen doors, entering a dark room with only a single solitary light illuminating the room. There seems to be sounds of organs playing, an audience echoing from the small screen that seems to be part of a television. The light is slightly obscured, however, by a silhouette that sits in front of it, leaning in front of it. You blink, staring at the screen of that seems to be comedy from the other side of the barrier. This humor does seem quite old, but then again, you are only five hundred years old. Perhaps the moon princess enjoys this kind of humor, or drama. > You seem to have found a moon princess stuck to the screen. What is your plan, my lady? >>9971Yes.
>>13273Pull the cord
>>13273Sneak up on Kaguya and spook her.
>>13273Creep up silently from behind her, sit down next to her, and wait for her to notice us.We're beneath mere spooking after all. That's something for lowly umbrella youkais.
>>13273Ask what on earth she's watching!
>>13344That's a good point. We don't want to sully our image. I'll change my vote to support this.
>>13273Peep in on what she's watching on the screen.
>>13344This. She might appreciate it.She also might not, but eh.
>>13344Even when pranking people, we must be refined and charismatic.
>>13369>She also might not, but eh.Why ever not? There's nothing at all out of place regarding the queen of the night visiting the princess of the moon. If anything, one should be surprised it does not happen more often, but one must make allowances for the hectic schedules of nobles.
>>13450As noble as she is, she's still a neet. Neets hate company, even elegant ones such as our noble self.Though I freely admit I may be surprised.
>>13344>>13352>>13355Walking up towards the moon princess, your shoes clacking against the wooden floor despite your best efforts to stay silent, she fails to notice as you stand next to her. You look at the floor, and while it is unfortunately you must sully your dress on this floor, you trust that the princess must keep her room tidy. Come to think of it, isn't it traditional to remove your shoes before entering these kinds of houses? Well, you suppose you aren't too much for tradition. You won't be bothered to remember these sorts of things anyway.You sit down next to Kaguya, who once again still hasn't seemed to notice you at all. You don't bother questioning it, but you suppose for an ageless being, or someone quite significantly older than you, something like a television would be completely fascinating. You aren't even sure if there are even a lot of televisions in Gensokyo, come to think of it. You know there is an antique shop, but you've never visited it personally. Your maids do talk about it every once in a while, however. You believe that the local kappas near Youkai Mountain work on similar devices as well, but the latest they've managed to reverse engineer is a cellular phone. Sometimes it's nice to be fascinated by those kinds of discoveries. You are still surprised you managed to build a working rocket ship before them, however. Perhaps it's for the best.You stare at the television screen. As far as you can understand, it's a cartoon that features a cat and a mouse. It's quite a simple formula, really. Cat chases mouse, mouse usurps every attempt. You debate whether or not the cat is hopeless or not, but the mouse's antics amuses you so. Perhaps they are allies, or mere foes? Well, cat and mouse games do hold up a reputation. Your eyes manage to be glued onto the screen long enough until you manage to get bored. You look back at Kaguya, who's still looking at the screen. You're surprised she hasn't even noticed your presence yet, and quite frankly, it offends you. You sneak a peak at her, waving your hand in front of her first, to see that she's actually sleeping! ... With her eyes open.How strange.> You silently wonder if you sleep the same way. How shall you approach this situation, queen of the night?
>>13591Take Kaguya's oranges from the bowl on her table and try balancing them on her head.
PINCH HER CHEEEEEEKS.She must be allowed to witness out magnificence. She wouldn't want to wake up later and realize that she missed our visit, would she?
>>13591Wake her! Nobody sleeps around the Queen of the Night! At least without trading greetings first.
>>13591Turn off the screen, see if the change in lighting causes her to walk up.
>>13591Wake her up then. We came to be elegant and have fun damnit. Tom and Jerry is a start, but not what we ultimately want.
>>13626>>13675You proceed to turn off the television screen, cutting off the white noise that probably made her fall asleep in the first place. While you think idly in the dark, you wonder briefly what Lunarian blood tastes like. You suppose it could be a treat, but you shake those thoughts away and silently assure yourself that human blood tastes better anyhow. You grin mischievously and crawl up to her, wiggling your fingers and pinching her index and thumbs together. You take a grab of both of her cheeks, and give the biggest pinch you can give! This is maybe a little worse with your nails, come to think of it, but you begin stretching out her face while she suddenly wakes up, wailing."Wh- waah! T-tewi?! Chease thish at onsh!" Kaguya attempts to say coherently with her outdated vocabulary. "Wahaha! Nope, guess again!" You boast, continuing to pinch her cheeks trying to see how much the human face can stretch."Ow-ow-ow-owowow! Eirin! Eirin!!" She cries out, flailing her arms not even attempting to stop you. You, on the other hand, try your very best not to laugh and fail to do so. You stop pinching her cheeks, and stand up."Kaguya Houraisan, you should be ashamed of yourself. No one dares ignores the queen of the night, especially not the princess of the moon!" You put your hands to your side and flap your wings up as Kaguya begins to rub her cheeks. You probably left a small indentation with how hard you latched onto them, but her face is mostly red now. "W-who? Where are the lights?" Kaguya asks, trying to reach for the lamp."Who?!" You yell out in surprise. "You should know who I am! I know who you are! Was your easy defeat which was hardly effortless not enough to remember my name when you saw the moon?!" You raise up your hand, tempted to pinch her cheeks again. You ball your hand, and take a deep breath. You don't want to lose your cool that easily. You laugh, playing off her forgetfulness. "Let me remind you who I am, then!" You announce, having your red eyes shine in the darkness, Kaguya jumping as soon as she notices and nearly tumbling backwards. "I am the one who flies in the night. I am the... wait, how did this go again?" You begin yelling, then come to a near whisper, thinking to yourself. Come to think of it, Sakuya usually introduces you, right? You've never really bothered with your introductions if someone else could do it. "... Hmm, well. I'm just the Scarlet Devil, Remilia Scarlet!" You clap your hands together, and by the fates, the lights switch on, revealing the... rather messy room.Is... this the room of a moon princess?> You are nearly taken aback. Surely, this is just a lobby room, right? How shall you proceed from here, milady?
>>14184tell her that you're here to be entertained
>>14184Play it off like we know what we're doing, it wouldn't do for the Queen of the Night to be caught unawares. Find a place to sit and request refreshments.
>>14184Try and find a place to sit down in the room. Request a blood pack of your favorite type and Lunarian mochi.
>>14210>>14211>>14242You try to not have an aneurysm. Well, you can certainly have one, and it would be quite a pain, but it certainly won't kill you like how it could kill any mere mortal. "W, what are you doing here Remilia?" Kaguya asks, sitting up as she continues to massage her cheeks. "Ouch, ouch ouch...""What am I doing here? Kaguya, that's a silly question!" You say, flapping your wings and floating in the air, pretending to sit down ever-so-elegantly, "I'm here to be entertained! Shouldn't you know how to treat a guest?""Shouldn't your shoes be of-""Forget about that." She snaps her fingers. "You do have tea around in this mansion, right?""Ah, umm... yes!" Kaguya says, putting her hands together. "Shall we enjoy some?" You giggle in response."Of course!" It doesn't take too long for the rabbits to show up with some tea, along with some mochi and a blood pack for your troubles. You aren't sure if you enjoy blood in your tea, but tea is best served as is. Maybe dipping it into the mochi, which you haven't tried too much of. > You seem to be enjoying your tea time for Kaguya. What shall you do now?
>>14739>Commisserate over incapable servants. Why, that gatekeeper...Getting far too late for me, night.
>>14928This seems fine. Then ask about her servants, also subtly inquire as to whether she'll miss any earth rabbits that we may or may not have hired right out from under her.
>>14739Ask her about her recent achievements as Lady of the House. She must have been doing some great, being a respected and powerful individual like yourself!
>>14739Make fun of her rabbits.
>>14739Invite her to come visit the Scarlet Mansion sometime. NEETs are also night people, after all.
>>14739Ask her about the sisters on the moon and why they're such cunts.
>>14928>>15075>>15577"This tea is rather dull," you declare."Eh? Really?" Kaguya asks, "Well, I suppose you enjoy black teas more. We often server green tea with mochi.""Still, it even took them quite a while to get the tea here. It's slightly more cool than the usual green teas I can enjoy," you point out. You aren't exactly a fan of chilled teas. Teas are best served hot, after all. "Are your servants truly that incapable?""Well... the earth rabbits can be, yes," Kaguya admits, "but it's not like they don't do your best.""And the moon ones?""Oh, they're perfect. Reisen especially," she proudly proclaims."Perhaps," you gesture, moving your hand and tapping your fingernails, "they're simply not disciplined enough.""Ah... is that what you truly believe?" Kaguya asks, sighing afterwards as she drinks her tea."Of course!" You respond quickly. "Considering some are soon to be under my mansion, I expect to whip them into shape.""Eh? You are?" Kaguya blinks. It feels like an interrogation mark appeared on top of her head. Well, that's what you'd like to imagine. "Indeed. Will you miss them?""Hmm... well, Tewi surely would.""Is that so..." You sip your tea again, while Kaguya nods. "And you?""Hmm..." Kaguya puts her tea down and rests her chin on her hands. "I guess. I like all the rabbits here.""Well, they can be rather mischievous!""They can.""And rather stupid."... Sure.""And I'm sure I can fix that.""Are you sure about that?" Kaguya asks, seeming speculative. "I've have fairies for servants. They're both mischievous and stupid, and surely enough discipline fixed them!" You boast, smiling afterwards."Hmm..." Kaguya drinks from her tea again."Perhaps you should visit my Scarlet Mansion, Kaguya. You could take notes," you offer, drinking from your tea once again. "Both aesthetically and how to properly train your servants.""Hmm... I may contemplate about the offer.""It's not that far," you say. "I can tell you're quite lazy, Kaguya. It's fated you'd probably not go because you think it's too far.""Ah. How could you tell?""I know fate quite well, moon princess." You say, pulling out a stopwatch. "Hmm... is it nearly time for brunch?" You think to yourself. You did promise Sakuya you would come back before then."Brunch? At this hour?" Kaguya asks, but then quickly realizes. "Ah, wait, demons...""Vampires," you quickly correct."Vampires..." Kaguya finishes up her tea. "Well, if you wish to go, you're free to leave, Remilia." > You feel like you've spent your morning stroll well. Shall you continue, or do something else?Sorry for the long wait.
>>16576Complement the bunnies on their cuteness
Well, the princess of the moon was entertaining, but nothing particularly impressive. At least she was a gracious host in her own way. Offer to have her for tea at the SDM in exchange for her hospitality here today, say goodbye and make a charismatic exit.The night is still young, and it's been a while since we amused ourselves with the thrill of a hunt. Why not head to the human village next?
>>16576Problem is, no one is awake at this hour. I know! Lets find that Werewolf! We can kidnap her and have fun with her at the Mansion!
>>16576>>16599I'll support this!
>I know! Lets find that Werewolf! We can kidnap her and have fun with her at the Mansion!Make that "charismatically invite", and we could do that. But come on, we're the mistress of the night, not some lowly bandit. We have noblesse oblige.
>>16744We'll just make an offer she can't refuse.
>>16599You stand on your two feet after floating on the air resting on your wings for a while. "Once again, you're free to visit me for some tea. This was a rather pleasant time, and I would like to repay you.""Ah, you're quite welcome, Remilia." Kaguya does a small respectful bow, smiling back as soon as she comes out of it."The night calls for its queen once more, and as the moon shines bright, so must I." You adjust your hair, throwing it away from your eyes and putting your other hand on your hip. "Until then, princess of the moon, I bid you adieu." You poof to your colony of bats once more, making Kaguya jump slightly from a bit of surprise, and you fly out of Eientei. Reisen, whom you fly past, notices the flapping of bats and falls over trying to dodge you. You eventually get above the bamboo forest and turn back to your beautiful form, flapping your wings as you look around Gensokyo once again. Perhaps the human village will be a nice visit... you just wonder if anyone's awake. I think that'll be all for now. Sorry it took a long time for the last update. In any case though, thanks for reading, and I hope you've all enjoyed yourselves. Have a pleasant night, and see you all next time if the thread's still around.
>>16804Thank you for running! Great thread, and being Remilia is fun. Man, I really envy your oekaki skillz.
>>16804Thanks for writing!
>>16804Fuck, I missed everything.Oh well, at least there's smug remis.Let's watch twilight tomorrow.
This thread is fucking adorable.
Remi a cute
Sorry, was super busy for most of yesterday.I'll probably pick this up at a later point, so please sage the thread (should be in autosage anyway?). Most of my quests are one-shots, but I might keep going on with this. I'll continue to use tegaki unless the board is taken down or tegaki gets taken away. If you want updates about the quest or just want to talk, here's the twitter to follow. https://twitter.com/lying_airyOnce again, thanks for participating so far and I hope I see you guys next thread~
Spoiler alert: Sakuya's just out getting more pad*THWUNK*