Info on the story so far: https://pastebin.com/qMRze2DSFirst thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/2970242You spend a few days being taught how to fight by Fukuda, watching her beat other teenagers up in brutal and innovatively shameless ways. This ends when one day you go to her school and notice that she's not by the gates where she usually is. After looking around the campus for a bit you still can't spot her. In fact, you haven't seen many members of the Norths or the Souths around today. You wonder if the two gangs finally confronted each other.>Oh well, not my problem. Let's go home.>I'll head to the South's base at the library and see if they're there>I'll head to the North's base at that cafe and see if they're there>I'll look around and see if there's any gang members I can follow [1d100 for luck]>Other
>>2992116>I'll head to the North's base at that cafe and see if they're there
>>2992207You get to the North's base after around a 20 minute walk and see a group of around 15-20 teenagers who look like delinquents loudly arguing. One of the voices yells "Are we just supposed to take this sitting down! Beating up people is one thing, parading them around town naked afterwards is another! I don't care if you pussies are going with me, I'm getting the rest of the gang and heading over there myself!" after this declaration you see the group split into two, three people staying behind while the rest walk off. This is followed by even more people storming out of the cafe to follow the group. You notice that Fukuda is among them and she's holding a wooden baseball bat.>Quietly follow the horde of teenagers to their destination>Ask Fukuda what's going on and if you can follow them>Ask Fukuda what's going on>Head to the South's base and see what's going on there>Other
>>2992221>otherSee if we can talk to Fukuda without anyone else noticing. Or to get her attention alone so she would come.
>>2992252You use one of your invisible arms to lightly throw a ball bearing at Fukuda and she turns and sees you. She walks over to you before saying "Why are you here Jigoku-chan? You shouldn't be here, we're about to go bust down the Souths' door. There's going to be a lot of fighting and it could be dangerous.">Why are you attacking the Souths?>Can I go with you anyways?>Go home>Follow her>Other
>>2992293>other"I'll stay out of it. But I still want to come along, even if I'm hiding."We don't have it against teens yet, but could still help in an unseen manner
>>2992293>Why are you attacking the Souths?
>>2992323>>2992312"The Souths grabbed some of our guys, beat em' up, and then paraded them around town naked afterwards while recording it. Then they had the balls to claim we started it. And as long as you stay out of the fighting you can come, but it might be too violent for you kid, so stay safe and try not to get too scared."You follow the group from behind and eventually they reach the library of the Souths. By this point the group is about 100 in number and you can see at least 30 people standing outside the entrance to the library with more inside. Insults are being heckled at each other and commands are being yelled as some of the teenagers form into groups. It's a weird combination between discipline and the absolute lack of it. It looks like the fight is going to start any minute now. You...>Act cute and ask around for a weapon >Wait for it to start>See if you can get into the library through an entrance besides the front >Other
>>2992341>>See if you can get into the library through an entrance besides the frontrecon mission, go!
>>2992362You look around the library and see a back door leading inside. There were guards around it....but they seem to be knocked out. You touch the knob and it seems to be unlocked. You...>Go in>Go back to the entrance to tell Fukuda>Other
>>2992407>>Go back to the entrance to tell Fukuda
>>2992413You head back to the entrance to tell Fukuda but see that the fight has started. The entrance of the library is now just a throng of teenagers swinging fists, baseball bats, and sticks of wood. There's a visible circle of free space a meter in diameter around one guy at the front of the fight who you assume is their leader. You look for Fukuda but can't spot her. You...>Head back and go through the door>Try to find her in the middle of the fight (1d100 luck)>Other
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>2992424>>Try to find her in the middle of the fight (1d100 luck)
>>2992438You push your way into the crowd but can't see Fukuda. Just when you're about to give up you hear her loudly yelling "I CAN TAKE AS MANY OF YOU BASTARDS AS YOU'RE GONNA SEND AT ME." Yeah, that sounds like her. You make your way towards the sound but are stopped by the sight of the at least 50-something year old librarian in your way beating up members of the Norths with some sort of kung-fu. He spots you and says "You should be leaving, this isn't a place for young children." before he steps towards you.>Throw your pocket sand in his eyes>Poke his eyes with your invisible arms>Strike a kung-fu pose and tell him to make way>Ignore him and try to walk past him>Tell him that you need to check on someone and go past him>Other
>>2992499Use the invisible hands to>Throw your pocket sand in his eyesand>While he is distracted set his hair on fire with the lighter
>>2992499>Tell him that you need to check on someone and go past him
>>2992499>>2992499>Tell him that you need to check on someone and go past him>Other"Urge Fukuda to leave. It#s bad when grown ups get involved."
>>2992518>>2992519You tell him that you need to check on someone and run past him and he seems to pause for a moment before going "Alright. We're all warriors with our own goals on this battlefield, do what you need to as long as you can accept the risks." Well, it didn't take much to convince him, oddly enough. Also, this geezer really likes hamming it up. He must have been a chuunibyou back in his day. Maybe he still is. After a bit you get to where Fukuda is and see that her and two other members of the Norths are surrounded by six members of the Souths. You can see a couple members of the Souths and a member of the Norths on the ground, unconscious and with a couple of wounds, but with nothing that looks like a major wound. You yell to Fukuda "Leave onee-san! It's bad when grownups get involved!" and you just see her go "Huh?" in confusion before she sees you and says "Get out of here you dumbass! It's not safe!" You...>Kick one of the men surrounding her in the balls>Throw the ball bearings on the ground near them and see if they slip>Poke one of them in the eyes>Ask them nicely to let you through so you can go get your friend>Other
>>2992544>>OtherStay back and don't put too much attention to yourself, trip them with your arms when try to attack.Make sure you're not taken hostage to be used against Fukuda.
>>2992544>Poke one of them in the eyes>Throw the ball bearings on the ground near them and see if they slipWe should see if the librarian can teach us some stuff later.
>>2992590This is better
>>2992590You try to stay about seven or eight feet away from the fight at all times, using your arms to trip them up at inopportune times. After a while the situation has stabilized to three versus three and you hear one of them yell "Are you guys idiots! You keep tripping over yourselves! Dumbasses!" His yelling, however, doesn't save him, and a couple of minutes later the group of teenagers have either run away from the fight or been knocked out. Fukuda throws a glance at you before saying "That was lucky. Anyways, kid, you need to get out of here, it's dangerous. I need to stay here until this is done, I'm not disgracing our gang's honor.">"But the librarian was using kung fu earlier, this is dangerous, adults are getting involved. Please leave.">"The back door was guarded but the people there were knocked out, you should check it out.">Other
>>2992630>>"But the librarian was using kung fu earlier, this is dangerous, adults are getting involved. Please leave."
>>2992630>"The back door was guarded but the people there were knocked out, you should check it out."
>>2992637>>2992671You tell Fukuda that the back door was guarded but that the people there were knocked out and she begins to follow you to it, the people she was fighting alongside following along. After a few minutes you make your way through the melee and reach it. Fukuda grabs the door hesitantly and after some examination says "I don't think it's trapped or anything, let's go in." before you can ask how or why someone would possibly trap a door, Fukuda and her two friends go inside the library. This entrance goes into a tucked away corner at the back of the first floor, so no one appears to be there. Fukuda puts a finger to her lips and mouths "Be quiet." before beginning to sneak around. You follow her until you see a few people in suits, probably from 17 to 21 years old, sitting down and quietly talking with a boy you recognize to be the person who kicked you out of the library before and possibly the boss of the Norths. Fukuda sees this as well and you can only hear her whisper "Who the fuck are these guys here with the Norths' boss?" You...>Tell Fukuda that this looks shady and that you should back off>Try to get closer to hear what they're saying>Keep position and see if anything happens>Other
I have a D&D session I need to go to and do whatever bards do at, I'll update again in about three and a half hours.
Also, I'm retarded, that's the Souths' leader, not the Norths', christ
>>2992784>Try to get closer to hear what they're saying
>>2993043>>2993090You try and get closer to the group to make out what they're saying and eventually manage to hide behind a chair about 15 feet away and make out what they're saying. One of the men in a suit says "Look, Murata, you just gotta keep this fight going until both sides are worn out and we'll keep her safe, we promise. Now get out there and fight a little, we wouldn't want to have to hurt your little sister now, would we?" to the leader of the Souths before you hear him growl back in a quiet voice "If you do anything to her I'm killing all of you fucks." The room is silent for a few seconds before the man in a suit just replies with "Alright. Now get out there if you care about your sister." The sound of someone loudly getting up and leaving then echoes throughout the area. You go back and tell Fukuda what you heard and she stays silent for about twenty seconds before you hear her say. "Fuck... have they been playing us all along? The Souths' leader's sister getting attacked is what started this in the first place. Who are those guys in suits anyways?">Suggest that you beat the men in suits up and ask questions later>Try to get this intel to the leader of the Norths>Other
>>2993518>>Try to get this intel to the leader of the Norths
>>2993709You make your way out of the building and hurry over to the site of the battle, Fukuda and her friends following behind. Once you get to the front side of the library Fukuda takes the lead and begins working her way towards the boss of the Norths. After about 10 minutes you see the boss of the Norths, still surrounded by a small circle of empty space that no one dares to enter. Fukuda says "Boss, I've got something important to tell you, I need your email now." before you see her quickly move towards him and swap emails before moving out. You ask why they didn't just talk about it there and Fukuda says "The less people who know about this the better, if we say it here the suits will probably figure it out immediately and we won't have a chance of turning this discovery to our benefit. If they're able to kidnap the man's sister and start a gang war they sure as hell have some moles." as you remove yourselves from the brawl oncemore you see Fukuda's fingers flying across her phone's keyboard. By the time you're out of the crowd Fukuda says "There we go, got something back. We're going to prepare to withdraw and at that point the suits should make their move as well. I've been ordered to set up tails for the suits at that point since they might lead to where Murata's sister is and if we can get her back then we end the war with less fighting on both sides and we should be able to get a peace deal that works out for us in the end in return. If we can't figure out something from this then the boss says he's going to have to figure something else out." As Fukuda moves towards the back entrance of the library again you...>Volunteer to tail one of the suits>Volunteer to help Fukuda tail one of the suits>Head back home>Ask why the police aren't here>Ask why the police can't be called on the men in the suits>Other
>Volunteer to tail one of the suIt
I know whats going on and as does our 6 year old self.We watched enough scoopy doo/detective conan to knowIts realeaters.They want a gangwar to drive the local housing down!
You enter through the backdoor with Fukuda and her friends and eventually see the three men in suits sitting around and looking rather displeased. After a bit you hear one of them say "This is over for now, I guess we should just leave. I didn't expect to be the Norths to be such cowards, but all that means is that we're going to have to push this matter further." the men get up and walk towards the back door of the library, your group moving so that they're not spotted. After they exit you wait a moment and follow after them, and luckily they're still within sight. Fukuda and her one of her friends follow two of the men in suits, while the other friend goes back to report to the Norths' leader in more detail, and you follow the last of the men in suits. The route he takes is rather complicated but you just barely manage to keep up with him, eventually finding yourself at a warehouse at the docks. You see the man in the suit knock on the door in a rhythmic fashion and say something before the door opens and he's let in. You can see more people inside in the moment the door is open, so this looks to be either the location of the hostage or their base. You...>Figure out where you are, back off, and tell Fukuda where this building is>Knock on the door>Scout the perimeter of the building >Other
>>2994314>>Scout the perimeter of the buildingcontinue our stealth mission
>>2994330You carefully move around the perimeter of the warehouse and see that the building has no windows you can see through, but it does have a massive set of double doors in the back which one would slide open in order to transport merchandise or the like out of the warehouse. Besides that and the door the man in a suit went through earlier, it doesn't look like there are any other entrances.>Figure out where you are, back off, and tell Fukuda where this building is>Knock on the door>Other
>>2994351>>Figure out where you are, back off, and tell Fukuda where this building isthose kanji we learned should come in handy when reading streetnames
>>2994353The entrance to the docks is close by and you make your way out before looking around for something to define your location. After a minute you notice that there's a giant sign that says "Inukawa Docks" right above you. That should be enough. You make your way to a phone booth and call Fukuda. She immediately says "I followed the guy and managed to get to some house in the suburbs with all of the curtains drawn and no sign of life inside. What about you?" You tell Fukuda what you found and she says "Well, either place sounds like it could be the hostage's location but we're probably only going to be able to rush one and if it's their base it could end badly. Still, it has a better probability of succeeding than just standing around. I'm gonna talk to my boss, I'll see you after school tomorrow." You make your way back home after that and rest for the next. The next day school starts and you...>Treat it as usual>Tell Hikaru and Nakano what happened and get them to follow alongside you for more manpower>Try to assemble a small horde to follow in hopes that it will help the Norths. Their motivations and intelligence are questionable. (1d100)
>>2994359>... are nervous. This time someone's life may actually be at stake. It would be irresponsible to pull others into this, but ask Hikaru and Nakano for backup. They are supposed to stay back and call the police in case something really bad would happen
>>2994378You are, in fact, very nervous. Although you haven't heard anything about someone dying yet, but it is a hostage situation, someone's life could be at stake here. You tell Nakano and Hikaru and pull them in as backup in order to call the police if needed. Neither of them have a phone, but they could go to a booth if they needed to. After school you leave school with them and see Fukuda across the street, who you walk over to. She glances at Hikaru and Nakano before saying "Friends of yours?" You nod and she goes "Alright, so we're supposed to be surrounding the house in the suburbs today. We happened to know the guy who owns a house two doors down and so we have fifteen people waiting in there who we've had slip in since last night. Another fifteen or so are going to take position nearby, and we're going to rush it at three sharp. If we're lucky, Murata's sister is in there. If we're not, we've walked into one of their bases or something. You can follow me, but don't have your friends come with you, they can just wait at the end of the street and call for help if anything goes wrong. We don't need more little kids getting involved." You follow Fukuda what looks to be a completely normal street in the suburbs before you stop behind a bush and end up waiting for a while. Eventually Fukuda whispers "It's almost time, get ready." and after you ready yourself you see a single teenager approach the front door of a normal-looking red house with a kit of some sort. He fiddles about with the lock for a few minutes before he crosses his arms in the shape of an "X" and points to the window. Immediately all of the teenagers rush out of hiding and towards the house, throwing stuff towards a couple of windows, easily breaking them. They jump in through the windows and you follow behind Fukuda as she climbs through one. You're inside a living room and you can see a couple of younger men in suits, maybe 17-21 years old, seemingly surprised by the sudden attack, attempting to fight off a couple of teenagers each. Despite their surprise they seem to be fighting pretty well, and will probably gain the upper hand in time if they aren't drowned out by more teenagers first. You...>Help the teenagers with your invisible arms before the men in suits can get accustomed to the situation>Follow Fukuda to look through the rest of the house, it's more important to check if Murata's sister is here first>Other
>>2994423>>Help the teenagers with your invisible arms before the men in suits can get accustomed to the situation
>>2994474You help the teenagers by poking the men in the eyes and trying to trip them up a couple of times, and they're subdued fairly quickly. By this point Fukuda has gone off without you and you can hear fighting in the next room over and upstairs. You..>Go upstairs>Go to the next room over>Check the outside of the house>Other
>>2994517You go upstairs and see the leader of the Norths standing in front of four teenagers while standing across from a man in a suit wielding a knife. The man in a suit loudly says "You're not getting past me unless you have the balls to fight me. Come on, you're not afraid of a little knife, are you?" You...>Use your invisible arms to try and grab the knife out of his hand>Try to walk past him (1d20)>Go back downstairs>Poke him in the eyes with your invisible arms>Other
Rolled 19 (1d20)>>2994522>>Try to walk past him (1d20)but keep arms in his immediate vicinity to stop him from attacking
>>2994528You try to walk past him and make it past the group of teenagers and almost past him before he notices. He goes "What the fuck!" before he turns towards you, but the boss of the Norths' takes this chance to charge at him with his lackeys. The man in the suit swears before he aims a kick at you, which you slow down slightly by pushing against it with your arms and dodge. The man seems confused but turns around to face the boss of the Norths' who took the chance to grab the arm he was holding the knife in. Looking around you see a door to your left, a door to your right, and an attic above you which you can't reach. While the fight is playing out behind you, you...>Go into the room on the left side of the hallway in front of you>Go into the room on the right side of the hallway in front of you>Help the group by poking the man in the suit's eyes with your invisible arms>Go downstairs again and check out what that other fight could have been>Other
>>2994541>QM says there is an attic but doesn't give attic option
>>2994545>which you can't reach
>>2994545I was thinking "Yeah, they can't reach it and the tall people are fighting" but thinking about it now I'm like "wait, you can just grab the door with your invisible arms", so yeah, that works
>>2994549on another note: could we use our arms to superjump?
>>2994553They're only as strong as us, so not really.
>>2994553You could feasibly use them at the same time you jump to increase the height slightly, but yeah, not really. If you had a significantly larger amount of them or they were stronger, probably.Also, is the attic the option we're going with or was the lack of it just being mentioned.
>>2994561I'm voting attic.
>>2994558>>2994561They are still 10 feet long appendages we can grow from any part of our bodyWe could even use them as stilts to "fly" if need be.>vote attic
>>2994565Are we strong enough to lift our own weight?
>>2994565Yeah, you could try to slowly push yourself into the air, the question is whether they'd be able to hold you up without something to grab onto when they're exerting the same strength as your arms. I'm not actually aware of how much strength this would take compared to using them for climbing onto a ledge that's only a few feet above you. >>2994564>>2994565You use your arms to pull at the opening to the attic because it's too far to reach and after a moment the door comes free and a ladder falls down. You climb up the ladder and see a few boxes stored up here. You open one and see some clothes and stuff on top. You go deeper and below that see some money and green looking plant stuff. Going through the next two boxes they look like they have the same thing. You're not sure what's in the boxes, but you don't recognize it and it smells really bad.>Take some of the money as your payment and tell the Norths what you found>Tell the Norths what you found>Tell the Norths you didn't find anything up here and plan to take the stuff away later. It's probably valuable if they went to this effort to hide it.>Other
>>2994576kids have a lot more energy, and they are lighter. I could do a handstand more easily when I was a kid, even walk around a few steps.We need to train our body, sure. But it's not far fetched that we can so something like that right now, especially if our arms don't really get tired or could bend the wrong way.I personally like to fing the old librarian at another time and ask him to teach us.Or find another martial arts. Kendo would do as well.
>>2994579>Take some of the money as your payment and tell the Norths what you foundI'd like to dispose of them, but that's beyond our capability.>>2994580If I recall correctly, they don't get tired and can just move however.
>>2994605They don't get tired, no, so the question would just be whether someone could feasibly do it in the first place.>>2994605You grab a stack of 20,000 yen and put it in your pocket before going downstairs and saying what you found. This causes the man in the suit to panic for a moment and leads to him being subdued in the fight. The leader of the Norths says "Excuse me." and moves past you into the attic. After a few moments you then hear him say "Shit, this is all real!" before he and his group exit the attic. You then hear him saying "If we get the girl back we sell the pot back to them since we sure as hell can't hold onto it, if we fail then we'll trade all this back to them for her, it can't be worth it to give all this up just to get rid of a couple of gangs." The boss turns to you and says "Thanks kid, you were with Fukuda, right? I'll hand her the credit for finding this along with the stuff from yesterday." You head downstairs to see that the fighting has died out and see that six men in suits are surrounded on the ground. There are less teenagers than you recall storming the building and when you ask Fukuda about it (who seems have a black eye) she says "Two of the guys ran with the girl when we found her, they're going after them. Whether we get her or not is up to luck, we fucked it up. Anyways, we need to get out of here pretty soon, we don't know whether someone in the area would call the cops over the broken windows and the minute we rushed the place, I don't know if the owners of this place have taken any precautions regarding that." You leave the house and tell Hikaru and Nakano that it's over and they leave. You...>Go home>Go see what the library looks like now that the fighting is over>Buy some books with part of this money [state what]>Other
>>2994621>Go see what the library looks like now that the fighting is overAlso want to talk to that old man>Buy some books with part of this money [state what]Taekwondo and kendo basics
>>2994636>>Go see what the library looks like now that the fighting is over>Also want to talk to that old manseconded (or actually firsted)books can't teach you martial arts and 20,000 Yen isn't that much, so safe it for now.libraries aren't book shops,. but we can get a library card and check those out
>>2994642But if we got books we could have Fukuda go through the motion with us! Either way, we already have a card.
>>2994636>>2994642>>2994658You go the library and see that the outside has a few police officers investigating and there's a lot of dried blood in the general area being cleaned up by someone with a hose. You're still able to enter though and you pick up a couple of books on Taekwondo and Kendo basics. You check out the books and go up to the old man who says "Hello young warrior. Did you achieve what your goal was yesterday?" you nod and say...>What was that kung fu?>Can you teach me kung fu?>How strong are you?>Why were you fighting with the Souths yesterday?>All of the above>Other
>>2994801>>Why were you fighting with the Souths yesterday?
>>2994801>All of the above
>>2994829>>2994859You walk up to the librarian and ask "Why were you fighting with the Souths yesterday?" he thinks for a moment and says "Well, isn't it natural for a grandfather to support his grandson?" You wait for a moment for more but that seems to be all he's going to say on the matter. You then ask about his kung fu and he goes "Hmmm.... how strong? Back in my day they called my the 'Mountain of Inukawa'." before he strikes a kung fu pose and makes several noises that almost make you embarrassed for him. He then clears his throat and says "In more common terms, I'm probably equivalent to a second dan black belt, although I'm far from my peak. As for my school, I'm self-taught, so call it the Black Vortex Dragoncrusher Style." as he says this in as loud a voice as he can brave in his own library, he strikes another pose. It's certain, this old man in a chuunibyou. When you ask him about him teaching you, he simply rubs his chin for moment before going "The road of training in long and tortuous. You'll have to pass several trials in order to come under my tutelage, and even then there's the question of whether you can survive my harsh training.">What trials?>This geezer is crazy, go home>Other
>>2994884>What trials?There's nothing that can't be overcome!
>>2994964The old man seems taken aback for a second before he says "Oh ho ho ho, brave are we? Well, the first trial is... is... um... is in need of decoding. I'm going to go translate the mighty Scroll of Trials and get back to you in a few days when I'm done. Come back then young warrior.">Why is there a scroll of trials when you're self-taught?>What are you translating this from?>Are you lying?>All of the above>Say "Ok" and then head home>Other
>>2995192>Say "Ok" and then head homeGive a quizzical look, but decide to humor him.
>>2995228You head home and look over the books you got. You're not sure you fully understand them, but you were able to make some weird movements. Cool. The next day you get to school and Sakamoto-sensei tells you that your essay got 3rd and hands you the 2,500 yen in prize money. You now have 22,850 yen (228.5 USD). After that you go back to your seat and go through classes.When school gets out you're leaving with Hikaru and Nakano when Nakano trips down a few stairs and lands the wrong side up. You notice a few bruises on her torso that definitely didn't come from the fall. Some seem pretty new, some seem about healed. Maybe she bruises easily. You ask if she's alright and help her up. Across from the school you see Fukuda doing something on her phone. You...>Ask Nakano why she has so many bruises>Go over to Fukuda>Other
>>2995263>Ask Nakano why she has so many bruisesWho!?
>>2995285The shy girl who goes to school with you. The name has remained consistent throughout the thread and is in the pastebin, I didn't accidentally fuck up a letter at some point, did I?
>>2995342Sorry, I meant it as in "who did this?"
I was wondering if that was the case but wasn't sure, got it.>>2995358You ask her why she's bruised and she nervously laughs and goes "I bruise easily. And I fall a lot. And, er... yeah." Hikaru shrugs and says "Makes sense, she is clumsy." You...>Accept the explanation for the time being, maybe it's just because she's clumsy. Either way, you can't tell for now.>Tell her she's lying>Other
>>2995366>Grab her by the shoulders, lean in close, and give her a serious look"If there's problem, I'll found out eventually, so you should just tell me now so I can take care of it sooner."
>>2995412Nakano thinks for a second before she goes "I-It's fine, this will only matter in the short term anyways." before you hear her whisper "Dad will find a job again soon..." to herself and start walking away. She doesn't look like she's paying attention.>Tail her home>Go over to Fukuda>Other
>>2995586>Tail her homeThos doesn't sound like something we can fix, but it's still better to understand the situation.
>>2995623Maybe we could offer the 20,000 yen?
>>2995623As you begin to tail her home Fukuda walks over and says "I'll update you on what happened yesterday, you free?" after you reply "No." she just tells you that she'll talk to you in a few days and leaves it at that.After a little bit you find your way to Nakano's home. It's nice enough and seems to be a decently sized house with an ok-looking car in the driveway. You look around the house and see that it's pretty dark for the middle of the day, and in the living room see a unshaved man in an undershirt watching television with the lights off. He's holding a bottle of beer and a small thing of soba and some more empty beer bottles can be seen close by. His eyes are red, like he's been crying.After a while of listening to his mutterings all you can really gleam from this situation is that he got fired a month ago because someone fucked up and placed the blame on him and he hasn't gotten a callback for a job since. After a while he falls asleep. You haven't seen Nakano this whole time, she probably went to her room or something. You spotted the mother once, she simply cleaned up the room a bit, put a cover over the sleeping man, and sighed.>Go home>Other
>>2995725>Go homeWe can ask Fukuda about doing some jobs when she comes. Should also check if there are openings at the school and library.
>>2995787There aren't any openings at the school or the library. Two days pass and you notice that Sakamoto-sensei seems extremely cheerful that day. Maybe he succeeded in asking Aizawa-sensei out.That afternoon Fukuda comes around. You ask her about work and she's says "I'll be able to get you something once this blows over, but for now we're in the middle of a war. Oh, on that note, we didn't get the girl back, the trade-off is what's happening. The Norths and the Souths are going to be guarding it to make sure whoever the fuck these guys are find it harder to pull anything, and we're trading all of the pot and money for the sister. Assuming we get Murata's sister back we're going to declare peace with the Souths and we'll be getting about a third of their territory as part of the deal. The boss said I'll be put in charge of that new area too. Considering that I was probably only on the verge of getting a promotion to maybe team leader before, becoming 5th in command after this is pretty damn nice. The hand-off will be happening in a couple of days but it doesn't look like it'll be that important, you coming?">Yes>NoAfter you talk to Fukuda, you...>Head to the library and ask the librarian if he's decoded the "Scroll of Trials" yet.>Go to Nakano's home again and see if you can figure out more>Other
>>2995835>noIt should be uneventful and we should stay away and be safe in case something happens>head to the libraryMight as well see if we can learn some Kung fu. Even if we see that Nakano’s dad hits her, we can’t really do anything as a 6 year old girl. However we should keep close to Nakano to make sure she’s doing okay
>>2996012You head to the library and see the old man sleeping at the desk with a massive pile of manga next to him, the vast majority of it being various volumes of Hajime no Ippo. You shake him a little bit before he goes "Huh?" and goes "Oh, young warrior, you're back. What are you here for." You just say "The trials and the hellish training." before a blank look appears on his face follow by a flash of panic for a moment.The old man goes "Umm.... yes, the trials. After decoding the Scroll of Trials, I've, I've..." he glances at the manga for a moment before he smiles and goes "I've found a suitable trial! I'll have some leaves fall to the ground and if you can catch five of them before they land I'll accept you as my disciple." He seems really confident that this is hard but... with the ability of four arms this seems like it's going to be far easier than he intends. >You accept and cheat using your arms>You decline and ask if the trials can be skipped, he'll probably know you have some sort of ability if you do it that way.>Other
>>2996179>declineWe don’t want to risk anyone knowing about or powersAlso >>2996183Perplexes me
>>2996186The post perplexes me as well, seems like a bot searching for (you)s to fuel its empty existence.You decline and say that the trial is too difficult for a six year old and he laughs and says "Of course! I only accept talented warriors as my disciples!" You leave for the time being, annoyed by the old man, before you decide to...>Give it up for the time being>Buy a bokuto, maybe an eye-patch, and some sort of overdramatic outfit, then read some shounen manga so that you can out-chuuni him and see if he agrees to train you>Spend a couple days reading at the library right in front of him and say that you won't stop it until he's accepted him and see if he gives in>Other
think of a plan to do his trail.Come up with a plan to take a vlanket with you and catch em like that. He didn't say we have to use our hands
>>2996216>>2996901You grab your blanket from the orphanage and go to the old man to take the trial again. He questions why you have a blanket and has a sly sort of smile on his face when you respond that it's not important. After he kicks the tree you spread it out to grab the leaves, but then see the geezer's leg fly through the air and blow up a gust of wind, blowing the leaves away from your catch zone as he grabs some of them with his hands. He then laughs loudly and says "Good try young warrior, but you'll need 10 more years before you can outsmart me.">Give it up for the time being>Ask the Souths how they can put up with this annoying geezer>Buy a bokuto, maybe an eye-patch, and some sort of overdramatic outfit, then read some shounen manga so that you can out-chuuni him and see if he agrees to train you>Spend a couple days reading at the library right in front of him and say that you won't stop it until he's accepted him and see if he gives in>Other
>>2997119demand to try again
>>2997123He says "Alright, sure." You...>Try to use the blanket this time>Cheat with the arms>Do it normally>Other
>>2997130>>Try to use the blanket this timeas has been the plan from the start.
>>2997145You did you the blanket last time, it just didn't work. It was the "it" in "spread it out". I assumed it was being used like a tarp to catch the leaves on it, was that not the goal?You try to use the blanket again and he kicks the leaves away from where the leaves would land on the blanket once again and just seems confused. He asks if you want to try again.>Give it up for the time being>Try again [state what you do]>Ask the Souths how they can put up with this annoying geezer>Buy a bokuto, maybe an eye-patch, and some sort of overdramatic outfit, then read some shounen manga so that you can out-chuuni him and see if he agrees to train you>Spend a couple days reading at the library right in front of him and say that you won't stop it until he's accepted him and see if he gives in>Other
>>2997152>>Try again [state what you do]Stomp the ground in anger and simply demand to go again. Even if his task is bullshit he just thought off on the spot, we are tenacious.Or the tree will cease to show leaves.
>>2997160You try without the blanket a few times and only end up catching three. You try with the blanket and he just kicks the leaves away. Eventually the try has less leaves than it did before and the old man's face shows a mix between being impressed, confused, and amused by your performance.Eventually he says "Look, young warrior, is it really that important that you learn from me? Why don't you go to a dojo or something.">Kiss ass and tell him how strong and mighty he is and how it has to be him>Just tell him you're really poor and can't afford it>Other
>>2997166>Just tell him you don't have the money for itNo reason to get him to pity us
>>2997166>Other"I need to get stronger fast, so I want to learn from the strongest person"
>>2997171>>2997174He thinks for a second and before just going "Oh." While he stands there with a blank look on his face you add "Plus, I need to get stronger fast, so I want to learn from the strongest person." the old man seems to come to a decision after this and says "Well, the Black Vortex Dragoncrusher Style won't have a successor if I die since that little shit Murata refuses to learn it even though he's fighting all the time, so sure, I'll teach you. Come by every Sunday and Wednesday and I'll guide you a bit, outside of that time just practice the movements and your general athletics.">Current Date: Thursday, May 13th (going to actually track a date from now on because why not)>Why don't you just beat Murata up if he's not willing to learn? That way he'll have to learn to beat you up.> Ask him why he doesn't just start a dojo>Go home>Other
>>2997197>Ask him what Kanji he uses to write "Black Vortex Dragoncrusher Style"
>>2997250You ask him and he writes down "黒い渦中破砕機の竜道". You don't recognize a lot of the kanji and have to ask him how to pronounce it, but you'll get it down eventually.(there's probably some sort of error there because my Japanese is terrible and -道 is closer to 'way of' in this usage instead of 'style' afaik, but oh well.)>Why don't you just beat Murata up if he's not willing to learn? That way he'll have to learn to beat you up.> Ask him why he doesn't just start a dojo>Ask him why he chose such a hard name for his martial art>Go home>Other
>>2997265(I didn't expect you to actually search something, even then, surprised it's more than 5 kanji)>Ask if he has any homework asignments or if you should bring anything on Sunday.He also didn't specify a daytime
>>2997284(I wouldn't have if I wasn't already half sure of how to write it out. Have to use that that shitty Japanese knowledge for something other than getting the gist of untranslated manga.)He goes "Homework? Err.... be able to write this out by then I suppose. You can come whenever, Sunday, the library opens up pretty early and there are plenty of scapego- I mean, helpers who can fill in for me if I'm missing for a while.">Why don't you just beat Murata up if he's not willing to learn? That way he'll have to learn to beat you up.> Ask him why he doesn't just start a dojo>Go home>Other
>>2997293>Tilt head. "Shouldn't there be discipline and punctuality and stuff?"
>>2997342You quizzically ask "Shouldn't there be discipline and punctuality and stuff?" while tilting your head before he sighs and says "I'm too old to care, as long as you never give in in battle it's good enough." You also feel like you heard him mutter something about being able to sleep in and skip a few hours of work this way.>Are you sure you're a martial artist? Aren't they supposed to be more... virtuous and cool.>Why don't you just beat Murata up if he's not willing to learn? That way he'll have to learn to beat you up.> Ask him why he doesn't just start a dojo>Go home>Other
>>2997352Let's Mob Psyhco this.>Thank you, Sensei>Go home (asked if you're dismissed first)
>>2997363You thank him before you ask if you're dismissed. He seems surprised and goes "Er, yes, you're dismissed." A few days pass and eventually it's Sunday. Over the weekend your practice paid off and a third invisible arm began flickering in and out of existence while you were practicing. It'll probably take about a week to stabilize with or without conscious practice, so you'll just have to wait for the time being. On Sunday the old man, who's calling himself "Kurosaki-sensei", a name which you're unsure about the legitimacy of, shows you a few movements and corrects you until you have them down. This is mixed in with various posturing, battle-cries, and a lunch break. Overall, he's actually pretty competent. The same day you ran into Fukuda since the leader, vice-leader, and the deputies of the Norths (Fukuda being the lowest ranked of these with her new territory) were visiting the library to discuss the peace since the hand-off Saturday went fine. Fukuda mentioned that they would have some odd-jobs available now since everything settled down if you were still interested.>Date Sunday, May 16thAbout a week passes, not much notable happening besides the fact that there's a festival on the 23rd you can go to. You've been spending that week and your recent free time...[Spend units of time here. You have 7 in total. Where it says a to b, they're lower/upper limits to how much time you can spend. The more you spend the greater the overall effect is.]>Exercising! [-1 to -3] (Adds to physical ability of both yourself and the hands)>Practicing your kanji after school [-1] (Adds to reading level)>Reading [-1 to -3] [Can choose what to read assuming it fits your reading level] (Adds more to reading level, less than practicing kanji, adds some basic knowledge)>Doing odd-jobs for the Norths to earn some money [-2] (If this option is taken you gain 4,800 yen. [600xWeekday, 900xWeekend (you work longer) (Due to Fukuda's promotion, the possible wage has increased)])>Practicing with your powers [-1 to -3] (???)>Making friends with your classmates [-1 to -2] (-1 will maintain the relative popularity you have in your class, -2 will add to it. -0 will have it decay slightly. )>Other [???] [???]Kung-fu with Kurosaki-sensei is included anyway, you're not a delinquent who would skip that for an extra point of time.... or are you?>You are>You are notWith the festival coming up you decide to...>Shop around for a yukata and go to it>Go to it in normal clothes>Skip itOver the week you ended up buying...>Something [state what]>Nothinganother short timeskip, get those votes in, i'll update in a few hours
>>2997393>2 Exercising>1 Kanji>1 Reading>1 Powers>2 Friends>Go to it in normal clothes
>>2997393>>Exercising! [-1]>>Reading [-2]something more age appropriate. We're 6year old, we need to develop a personality to even like reading. Maybe see if the library has some manga, that would work as well.>>Practicing with your powers [-2]Try lifting oneself to fly (like someone suggested earlier)>>Making friends with your classmates [-2]we need to be popular!>not skipping out>Normal clothesThe money we took could have been used to leverage getting the sister back, and we kinda feel bad about having it. Spending it for something we might barely use wouldn't feel right
>>2997393>Practicing with your powers 3>Making friends with your classmates 1>Practicing your kanji after school 1>Reading 1 (folktales)
>>2997549>Exercising! 1>no>normal clothes>nothing
>>2997409>>2997433>>2997549Final distribution: -2 on friends, -1 on exercise, -2 on practicing your powers, -1 on practicing kanji after school, -1 on reading [folk tales/manga]. Writing flavor now.
You spend as much time as you did making friends before, making it so that you're actually pretty well-known across the first grade and possibly the most popular person in your class. This, however, has drawn some ire from the traditional 'popular kids' in your class, and they may be up to something. Also, Hikaru is actually acting friendly now and since he's always with you has received some decent payoffs due to the fact that you're popular. Good for him. He still has to carry your stuff though.Nakano has seemed oddly intent on studying in the past week, and when you asked her why she only said that her mom wanted her to. Well then.Sakamoto-sensei seemed really giddy for a couple days this week and you've seen him talk to Aizawa-sensei a lot, so maybe they hit it off.You spend some time exercising and can tell that you're probably slightly more fit than the average six year-old girl. If you keep this level of exercise up over the years you won't be anything special, but you'll probably be relatively athletic.You practice with your powers and see if you can fly yet, but at this point it doesn't really seem possible yet. If you had more arms or they were stronger, it would be feasible. After figuring this out you spent your time...>Focused on producing more arms>Seeing if you could make the arms visible to others at will [as in specific people/all people on purpose, not visible all the time]>Tried to change the size of your invisible arms>Tried to see if you could make more delicate movements with your arms>Other [if feasible][Note: Immediate results are not guaranteed]You continue practicing some kanji after school and reading and make more progress in advancing your reading level. You also confirm that Sakamoto-sensei did succeed in asking Aizawa-sensei out and that their first date went pretty well. Good for him. You read through some children's folk tales and start reading Slam Dunk, Hajime no Ippo, and Dragon Ball, as recommended by Kurosaki-sensei. He described them as "tales of true warriors", and you agree for the most part. Plus, there are cool fights and stuff.>Date Sunday, May 23rdToday is the festival and you decided to go with...>Nakano and Hikaru>Fukuda>Kurosaki-sensei>Sakamoto-sensei>Nobodyforgot to post this after I had written this for about 15 minutes because my friend bothered me, rip me
>>2997758>Focused on producing more armsWe were close to getting a third one.>FukudaWe don't spend enough time with her.I'm also down for spying on Sakamoto and Aizawa, since they'll probably be together.
Took way longer to update than I expected because I went to a study group and it evolved from there.>>2997789Your third arm easily solidified and you began work on creating a fourth. You aren't sure when you'll get to that, but you couldn't see any clear progress for now.You asked Fukuda on Saturday if she wanted to go the festival together and she said sure. She shows up the next day in kinda sloppily done yukata and with her hair as normal and says "So, Jigoku-chan, what do you want to do first?">Get some likely unhealthy festival food>Games!>Go the vaguely religious shrine thing that the festival is probably based around and see if there's anything entertaining there>Other
>>2998347>Games!Hopefully we can get closer to Fukuda by having fun together
>>2998347>Games!Did you also make your friends by beating and mugging them, QM?
>>2998457I make most of my friends by seeing who my friends are friends with and stealing them through osmosis. But I beat up the original ones to assert dominance.>>2998415>>2998457You tell Fukuda you want to go play some games and you wander into the game section. There are games such as the goldfish scoop, the little booth where you shoot at bottles with an airgun, and some weird festival games you haven't seen before. You play a few and Fukuda seems to be... really good at them. She handles an airgun like a pro and manages to win you a...>stuffed teddybear>festival t-shirt>zippo lighterYou ask Fukuda how she's so good at that game and she smiles before saying "You're looking at the queen of laser tag and paintball over here. My dad was in the JSDF so he taught me a lot about camo, handling guns, although I never got to handle a real one, survival, that kind of stuff. Now that I think about it, it's odd that he doesn't care about me being in a gang despite that. Maybe it's because he values the power part of the military than the justice part. I dunno.">Your parents know you're in a gang? How'd that happen?>Your dad served in the JSDF? What was that like?>You play paintball? Tell me more about that.>Get some likely unhealthy festival food>Go the vaguely religious shrine thing that the festival is probably based around and see if there's anything entertaining there>Other
>>2998483>zippo lighterEvery little girl should have one. Also I want to go around smoking pocky with a jacket on our shoulder.>Your parents know you're in a gang? How'd that happen?>Your dad served in the JSDF? What was that like?>You play paintball? Tell me more about that.Don't know much about her, so might as well ask everything. >Go the vaguely religious shrine thing that the festival is probably based around and see if there's anything entertaining thereMaybe we'll get a blessing, or a miko might give us some kuchikamizake.
>>2998517I feel great shame.
>>2998517The zippo lighter probably wasn't what you'd choose, but hey, Fukuda seems to like it and it'll probably hold up. Also, the clicking noise it makes is really cool. You thank Fukuda for it and put it in your pocket.You ask Fukuda how her parents know she's in a gang and she thinks for a moment before going "Well, I told my dad that I was joining a gang one day acting all rebellious and he just went 'Alright, you can join it, but if you don't become a leader in it I'm going to make you go through some harsh punishment.' and then started coaching me on how to fight. My mom didn't really care that much and mostly just went along with my dad decided." she pauses for a moment before shuddering and saying "I'm probably pretty lucky that I got a big promotion when I did, otherwise that 'harsh punishment' dad mentioned probably wouldn't have just bluster."After that you ask Fukuda about her father serving in the JSDF and she says "Eh, well, he didn't serve in the military for too long after I was born, he retired from that when I was... eight I think? Maybe earlier? Apparently he was part of some special-ops squad and as a result had a lot of special training, but I've never gotten too many details about it. Occasionally he'd be gone for long stretches of time when I was a kid but he'd usually bring back souvenirs when he came back to visit, often foreign stuff. I still have most of them. You can tell just by looking at him that he's been in the JSDF to be honest, he gives off this ridiculous aura and is built like a tank."After that you ask Fukuda about paintball and she says "Ah, well, you see, I play paintball and laser tag around town sometimes, Kenji and Kimura are my friends from that. I do under-18 tournaments pretty often, and bring them along as part of my team. They're not the best but they're pretty good as far as teammates go." you then see her eyes blank out for a moment before she shudders and says in a neutral tone of voice "But I'm never playing paintball with my dad again. Ever. To summarize it simply... it reminded me of what those soldiers in old World War II documentaries probably felt like." She sits still for a few seconds before she seems to snap out of it and goes "We could play sometime if you want, although I'm not sure if the places I go to have gear for a kid. I'd have to figure it out."You head to the weird shrine-like thing and see some sort of ceremony where men are circling around it and hitting drums. You...>think it looks fun and have you arms hit the drums too!>watch quietly>leave, this is boring>other
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>>2998557>watch quietly>>2998559I didn't know she was such a looker!
>>2998562You watch quietly and they go through some sort of traditional song on the drums and a geisha or something comes out and sing a piece to end it off. You're not sure what that's about, but it was pretty cool. Fukuda seemed entertained and sorta tempted by the drums but rather bored by the old-style Japanese singing with no instruments. You head over to the food section and see all sorts of questionably healthy festival food. You go around with Fukuda as she insists on buying food for you at multiple stands as thanks for the help. And she keeps eating... and eating... and eating... and oh god you're getting full, how is she still eating. How is she in such good shape when she eats that much. You say...>Fukuda, you should enter an eating contest!>I think we've eaten everything here, want to leave?>No more, no more, I give up. You win, you can eat more.>Keep eating and see who stops first.>Other
>>2998571>Keep eating and see who stops first.Never admit defeat!
>>2998571>Keep eating and see who stops first.never refuse free food
>>2998577>>2998667You keep eating and after a few more stands... you feel like vomiting. Fukuda seems alright and is currently eyeing up another food stand and you're on the verge of vomiting, so you guess it's your loss. You say...>Fukuda, you should enter an eating contest!>I think we've eaten everything here, want to leave?>No more, no more, I give up. You win, you can eat more.>Other
>>2998934>How are you not fat, fukuda-nee?
>>2998943She blankly stares at you for a moment before she blankly goes "...Uh...exercise? Maybe?" As she does this she's buying another piece of food and eating it. It seems like her stomach is some sort of unexplored pocket dimension and you're reminded of Goku by her eating habits. You then go to leave the festival with Fukuda, but when you're on an empty path she stops for a moment and says "So, sorry to pry, but... how do you keep making people trip and the like?">I don't know what you're talking about>Say nothing>Tell her about your powers>Tell her you're a psychic>Other
>>2999098I think we're not a good enough liar yet to come up with something proper.Tell her that the kids in the orphanage are afraid of you because weird things happen around you, but not more. Hopefully she doesn't pry more.
>>2999110You tell her that the kids in the orphanage are afraid of you because weird things happen around you and she thinks for a moment and just goes "YER A WIZARD HARRY." You vaguely get this reference and she then pats you on the back and goes "Alright then, I'll see you again sometime. Stay safe." before taking her leave. You head back home and sleep for the night. The next day you head to school and.the atmosphere feels... off. You go to talk to some of your friends and see that only about 30% are actually responding. The rest are ignoring you. A few if the "popular" girls are staring at you across the room and giggling. You...>Slap them with your arms.>Try to spend the day investigating until you figure out what they did>Keep pinching them and knocking their stuff off their desk and so on until lunch and then tell them it's not going to stop unless they undo whatever they did.>Ignore them, who cares.>Other
>>2999152>ask them what's so funny
>>2999192You turn to the girls and ask them what's so funny and they just giggle at you and say "You are." When you ask why that is, they just say "Find out for yourself." before hurrying off. Well, that's not ominous at all.>Slap them with your arms.>Investigate until you figure out what they did>Keep pinching them and knocking their stuff off their desk and so on until lunch and then tell them it's not going to stop unless they undo whatever they did.>Ignore them, who cares.>Other
>>2999924>Investigate until you figure out what they didNot too much, though. We shouldn't spend more than 10 seconds on this kind of thing.
>>299995310 seconds pass and you still haven't figured out what they've done. Well, you guess you'll give it more time. After some asking around throughout the day you've figured out they've just spread some... really badly crafted slander against you. They also made some sort of "it's her or us" side out of it, effectively splitting the class into two factions. Well, this is easily solved by...>Ignoring it, who needs to be popular>Bullying them with your invisible arms until they give in and agree to back down>Reporting them to the teacher>Outarguing them in front of everyone, they may be better at talking than most 1st graders but they're just 1st graders (2d100, advantage and +10)
Rolled 47, 8 + 10 = 65 (2d100 + 10)>>2999971>Outarguing them in front of everyone, they may be better at talking than most 1st graders but they're just 1st graders (2d100, advantage and +10)
57>>3000025You argue with them in front of people during lunch, pointing out how spurious and idiotic some of their claims are while levying the exact same sorts of insults towards them where applicable. You feel like you'd normally do a bit better than that, but at the very least the tide has shifted from a 30/70 split of the classroom to 60/40 in your favor. You...>Keep pinching them and knocking their stuff off their desk and so on with your arms until the end of the day and then tell them it's not going to stop unless they give up whatever this is supposed to be.>Trip them whenever it would be embarrassing and knock the chalk out of their hands in spectacular ways whenever they go up to the board, stuff like that. Gotta spread some bad PR.>Make a gang. Nobody can slander gang leaders. (2d100, advantage)>Ignore them, who cares.>Other
Rolled 82, 64 = 146 (2d100)>>3000064>Make a gang. Nobody can slander gang leadersI've wanted this since we beat up Fukuda, but it shouldn't appear to be more than a clique/club. We should call it something like the Morale Committee. With our direction the school will enter age of equality and justice!
>>3000144You successfully establish the "Morales Committee", making yourself the leader, making Hikaru and Nakano your deputies. They don't really understand what the point of what the group is, but you dress it up well under some talk with multiple meanings and they accept. Using the "Immoral behavior of several classmates in an act of slander." as your excuse, you manage to recruit 8 more kids into your gang, making your final count of members 11. You probably could've gotten more, but you purposely went for those who seem less prone to... acts of stupidity that would affect the running of the "Morales Committee". Now that you've set up your group, the problem will end when you...>Send your "Morales Committee" to collect fines from these three girls who slandered you in order to set them straight [state how much]>Give them a taste of their own medicine and have your members slander the three tomorrow [roll 1d100 for eventual viciousness of slander]>Surround them after school and tell them that they should back down or the eventual outcome is going to be less than ideal for them [1d100 for intimidation]>Other
>>3000187*They don't really understand what the point of the group is,Yay typos.
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>3000187>Surround them after school and tell them that they should back down or the eventual outcome is going to be less than ideal for them [1d100 for intimidation]We should make sure to dress it with stuff about them being brought to justice.
>>3000234You surround them in a group and deliver a speech filled with various claims about bringing them to justice and about how the dark will be cleansed by the light and yada yada yada. They seem pretty scared and tell you that they'll end it all tomorrow. You and your group are happy, but... you'll probably have to find something for them to do now or they'll just fall apart. That, and it's not that easy to manage six year-olds, they're pretty dumb. Who knows what they'll manage to do if you don't give them some sort of direction.Gonna update in about 18 hours, should be studying for a test until then. I'll post at https://twitter.com/QmWalrus about an hour before I decide to start and post on /qtg/ when I update. I'll probably make an updated pastebin as well. Feel free to ask questions or say meta things below and i'll get to them tomorrow.I'll level a building if this thread stops bumping when I post after 18 hours, it's supposed to be 72 before it goes sage mode
>>3000352Turn it into a proper club. law and justice related, even if it'll turn out to just be everyone reading stupid shounen mange about the concept of crime and morality.it can fall apart. I don't want to enter middleschool with bad rep later.
>>3000352We can turor students and just kinda try to patrol around the school helping. Maybe clean classrooms?
>>3000999this could still go down the way of standing up to bullies and become gestapo
>>3001363This is good. It's partly what I meant by helping, but I'm not sure that it can be all we do since we don't know how rampant bully is.
>>3001378I don't want to go down the bully/delinquent route but kinda want to also keep the option open for others.Hopefully it'll work out with the black vortex dragoncrusher, and/or we get adopted.>>3000352What are our chances of getting adopted?We did win a recycling essay third prize, we're a good kid.
>>3001397Would we really be a delinquent if we're intimidating delinquents into not being delinquents?
>>3001421if you fight fire with fire, all you get is more fire
>>3001425But our flame represents hope and is the bane of evildoers!Our fire will consume theirs.
>>3001421>>3001397It would probably be best for everyone to agree to what path to go down otherwise some anons going to force us down different paths. Personally I agree with you guys and want to stay away from the delinquent route. But I think we should also keep training our power in case
How do you guys feel about helping Nakano study? Seems like the only thing we can do to help her besides raising money.
>>3001429Also, I'm not saying we should go around beating kids, just intimidate, apprehend, and report.
>>3001453I thought the same thing, but it's still just one step away from gestapo. Our underlings might take on a mind of their own.Helping Nakano study would be good too.
Updated Pastebin: https://pastebin.com/wKbcLaax>>3001397I'm probably gonna roll a dice after the end of the school term (July 20th~) and see if you get lucky weighting it for stuff like popularity, exam placement, etc. Or you can try to grind out those friendships like this is Persona and see if you get adopted that way.>>3000999>>3001214>>3001431You think about what to do with the "Morales Committee" and can't really come to a consensus. You think you'll make them...>Do nothing really. Who cares if this falls apart.>Find some empty room after school, call it your HQ, and let people read manga and such in it if they wish. You can leave Hikaru there to "supervise". Slightly better at keeping the group together, but people will be prone to leaving and it'll probably lose meaning.>Make it a study group. The vast majority will probably drop out because that's boring, but who cares, studying is nice, right?>Have them patrol campus for "bullying" and "acts of evil" such as littering and such and crack down on it (without violence or "fines"). Hopefully you can trust them.>Have them patrol campus for these same acts of evil and crack down on it with fines included but no violence.>Other
>>3001860Honestly, I don't see the point of keeping it around, but I kinda feel bad of taking the decision after those two anons' spent so much time thinking about it.Let's go with>Find some empty room after school, call it your HQ, and let people read manga and such in it if they wish. You can leave Hikaru there to "supervise". Slightly better at keeping the group together, but people will be prone to leaving and it'll probably lose meaning.We can always stop it from dying out if we need it.
>>3001913For the time being you'll leave a room after school open for people who want to use it. May as well keep the "Morales Committee" alive in case you need, you can always change the focus if you need to. The next day at school you see that the girls from before have backed down and their faction has fallen with them. Your power is left unopposed throughout class 1-2. Having stabilized the classroom your school day goes normally. Upon exiting the school you see Fukuda hanging around with Kenji and Kimura. You...>Date: Tuesday May 25th, 2004>Go study at the library with Nakano>Go study at Nakano's house with Nakano [2d100 speech check with advantage]>Play laser tag with Fukuda [-1000 yen]>Play paintball with Fukuda [-2500 yen]>Wander around and see if there's anything interesting [1d100 luck]>Other
>>3001948>>Go study at Nakano's house with Nakano [2d100 speech check with advantage]
Rolled 41, 64 = 105 (2d100)>>3001963rollin'
>>3001971You barely managed to convince Nakano into letting you study with her at her house. She says that the library or school would be more convenient a couple of times (even though they aren't particularly more convenient), but she eventually gives in. When you enter her house you notice that her father is still just in the living room even though it's only 2 PM on a weekday, but is well-shaved, sober, and well-dressed as of now. He greets you politely and you go to study with Nakano in her room. Her room is kinda girly but pretty much just seems to have some girly decorations and books in it (besides the normal furniture and clothes and stuff). Not fun books either. Just nonfiction books and study guides. When you guys are about to start studying Nakano's mom calls Nakano out for a moment to talk to her about something. She seems nice enough. Nakano comes back in, although something seems off about her compared to before, and you begin studying. After you start studying with her you figure out... you can't really help here. She's further ahead on every subject but reading/writing than you and seems to just generally be smarter than you. Instead you end up being the person learning for the most part. After a couple of hours you...>Head back home>Play in the backyard with Nakano and then head home [2d100 speech check, advantage]>Try to talk to her dad and then head back home>Try to talk to her mom and then head back home>Other
>>3001987>Play in the backyard with Nakano and then head homeWe need ro crush her at physical activity to recover our pride
Rolled 1, 19 = 20 (2d100)>>3002002
Rolled 20, 54 = 74 (2d100)>>3002002rolling
>>3002005Taking these but it would fail either way.You try to convince Nakano to play outside for a solid few minutes before you head back to the orphanage but she seems extremely adamant that she doesn't do that. Ok then. You head back to the orphanage and sleep. School goes normally the next day and after school you head to your training with Kurosaki-sensei. He tells you that you need to do more physical training to "ascend the hellish wall between humanity and true power", but you're not sure what exactly that means. You go through some more movements and it takes about an hour and a half overall. Afterwards you...>Try to bother Murata and ask him how to properly run a gang>Ask Kurosaki-sensei why he can only find a six-year old girl to pass on his martial arts to if he's so strong>Check out the currently on-going book sale at the library [recently had one of these at my college library, was lovely] [state what you're looking for, otherwise a very mixed bag will be shown]>Other
>>3002019>>Check out the currently on-going book sale at the library [recently had one of these at my college library, was lovely] [state what you're looking for, otherwise a very mixed bag will be shown]we're still 6 and can barely read.Anything light will doMoreso than learning to read we should learn to like reading so look for something nice. Japanese Harry Potter or something. No mangas tho
>>3002019>Try to bother Murata and ask him how to properly run a gang
>>3002031You look through the shelves of books and find worn out manga, some old reference books, bad romance novels, all sorts of lovely stuff. Eventually you come across some interesting books and are thinking about getting a few. You find...>The Hobbit [200 yen]>The first four Harry Potter books [150 yen each]>A Sherlock Holmes novel [150 yen]>Some generic fantasy books [100 yen each]>Some generic sci-fi novels [100 yen each]>Some generic thriller novels [100 yen each]There's lots of other stuff, but you didn't check them in detail.You buy...>state what books you want to buy or what other books you'd like to look at that aren't listed>>3002044While you think about what you want to buy at the book sale you make your way up to the second floor which currently isn't blocked off (likely due to the end of the war). You see Murata sitting with his friends up there and go over to him. You go up to him and he notices you and goes "Eh? Oh, you're that kid that's been with gramps lately. What'd you want?" you ask him how to properly run a gang and he thinks for a moment before going. "Well, when running a gang you need to do a few things. You need to have a goal, benefits, discipline, and a clear hierarchy. If there's no goal to a gang it will lack direction, the members won't care, and it will fall apart. This can be either vague or direct, it just needs to exist. If there aren't any benefits, there's little reason to join the gang. This is usually established by having some way to make profit where part of it is split among the members, like protection fees. Privileges of some sort can also help here. Discipline and a clear hierarchy are connected. A clear hierarchy tells who who needs to listen to who and discipline gives it authority. Without discipline you can't run a gang. You have to have rules and a bottom line, and anyone who violates them has to be 'dealt with' to keep any meaning in these. Last but not least... there's a base? A good base goes back into the benefits thing, but a gang doesn't really have authority without one. It also makes it easier to delegate tasks and gives a clear place to put profits back into. Anyways, why'd you want to know?">Just curious>I want to run one>How do you get members?>What's the goal of your gang?>Other
>>3002073>>The Hobbit [200 yen]>>A Sherlock Holmes novel [150 yen]>>Just curious
>>3002073>Some generic thriller novels [100 yen each]>A Sherlock Holmes novel [150 yen]>Just curious>What's the goal of your gang?
>>3002152>>3002191You buy a generic looking thriller novel, a Sherlock Holmes short story collection, and The Hobbit for 450 yen. After Murata asks why you asked you just tell him that you were curious and then ask him what the goal of his gang is? He simply says "To be the strongest." Well then.The next day at school you get asked if the "Morales Committee" has any real goals at this point and you just give a noncommittal answer. Sakamoto-sensei was dressed really well today, he's probably going on another date or something. After school you...>See what exactly the "Morales Committee" is doing in that empty room>Tail Sakamoto-sensei, let's see how his relationship is doing>Let's jog or something, Kurosaki-sensei told me I need to exercise more anyways>Explore the neighborhood a bit, see if there's anything interesting>Other
>>3002309>>Tail Sakamoto-sensei, let's see how his relationship is doing>>Let's jog or something, Kurosaki-sensei told me I need to exercise more anyways
>>3002309>See what exactly the "Morales Committee" is doing in that empty room3Then>Let's jog or something, Kurosaki-sensei told me I need to exercise more anyways>Explore the neighborhood a bit, see if there's anything interesting
>>3002319>>3002332>>3002333You check in on the "Morales Committee" for a moment and see Hikaru playing a game you don't recognize with someone. It's on a board for checkers but seems to have more complicated pieces. Weird.After that you quickly go to tail Sakamoto-sensei before he leaves school, following behind him to see where he goes. You follow him and eventually find that his destination is... McDonalds. You feel disappointed until you see that Aizawa-sensei is inside. You hide as stealthily as you can as you listen in on their conversation.Sakamoto-sensei says "Did you wait long?" before you hear a reply of "No, only a few minutes." You then hear a nervous "Well, let's go then." you follow them and eventually see them make their way into a small, nondescript shop called "Cafe Starlight". Sakamoto-sensei doesn't seem too enthused but Aizawa-sensei seems excited and the happiness shows on her face more and more as they approach the place. You...>Peek inside to see what exactly the place is>Leave them their privacy and go jog>Other
>>3002354>>Peek inside to see what exactly the place isget that sneak skill up higher
>>3002365You poke your head inside and see that it's a very cozy place with low-key decor. It seems like it'd be nice to sit in and read. Also, there are a lot of waitresses. And all of them are in various cute maid uniforms. Most of the guests are pretty well-dressed men sipping coffee and eating food. For some reason a lot of them have rice omelets. With hearts on them. You look around and see Sakamoto-sensei's table. He seems kind of embarrassed while his girlfriend has a wide grin on her face. She's talking rather loudly and you can hear bits of what she's saying from here. "Moe" is coming up a lot and something about the "aesthetic of a maid". Well then. You're interested in this cafe but ultimately confused as to why all of the waitresses are dressed like maids and why there are so many of them.You leave and start jogging. Eventually you see a teenage girl with tanned skin and short, black hair begin to quickly overtake you while you're jogging. You..>Put all of the speed possible into running. You can't lose!>The above and you try to trip them with your invisible arms. You can't lose!>Ignore them, it's just exercise.>Other
>>3002391>>Put all of the speed possible into running. You can't lose!Gotta act like a kid when you're a kid.
>>3002418You run as fast as possible and see the person in front of you turn around and wave at you even though making almost no progress in catching up. They run so fast! You're quickly panting and out of breath and they're out of your sight. Is this the true strength of teenagers? Can they all run this fast? That'd be terrifying.>Go home and sleep>Explore the neighborhood, see if you find anything interesting, then head home if nothing comes up [1d100 luck]
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>3002435>Explore the neighborhood, see if you find anything interesting, then head home if nothing comes up [1d100 luck]
>>3002472delayed update because of delicious pancakes, I-Hop was the only place open nearby this lateYou wander throughout the neighborhood and eventually find yourself in front of a hole-in-the-wall pawnshop. The sign has paint chipping off and looking through the door you just see a large, cluttered room full of glass cases and semi-organized piles of stuff. You see someone who looks to be maybe 18 arguing with the grizzled shopkeeper before he sighs dejectedly, turns to you and says, "Here kid, if I can't get any money for this you may as well have it." before handing you a small box of things. You take it and look inside and see a deck of playing cards, a harmonica, a Naruto keychain, an old tamagotchi, and a Calculus study guide. Well, you can see why he couldn't get money for it. You look around the shop and see lots of interesting stuff. You...>Leave, who needs any of this stuff.>Look at the clothes>Look at the weird odds and ends>Look at the electronics>Multiple above options>Other
>>3002618>Multiple above optionsLOOK AT EVERYTHING
>>3002644You begin to look at everything, and... wow, there's a lot of weird shit here. They have an old black and white TV, a VCR player, and a new-fangled DVD player all for sale on the cheap. They have a Gameboy Advanced and some games for it as well. You look around at the clothes and see that there's some decent clothes that could fit you (which would be nice considering that the orphanage gives you... some pretty rough clothes, and most of them look the same. It's a nice place, but the funding isn't abundant.) as well as some decent dress and tennis shoes. There are also lots of silly hats. Where did he get all of these? Among the odds and ends you see some board games (one of them comes with various manuals labeled stuff like "Monster Manual" and "Player's Handbook" and stuff), some weird hats, and various knicknacks. There's even a bokuto scattered among all of the stuff. You look around and notice that there's a second room, but before you can enter the shop owner just says "Stop, stop, that room is for the adults. There are things beyond your understanding in there." You stop yourself from opening the door and look around.>Buy some new clothes [1000 yen an outfit, 2000 yen for a pair of shoes]>Buy one of the pieces of electronics [5000 yen for the TV, 3000 for the VCR, 8000 for the DVD player, 5000 for the Gameboy and one game]>Buy a silly hat. Silly hats are fun. [500 yen for a random silly hat]>Buy a knicknack [state intent or get a random knicknack, price between 500 - 2000 yen]>Buy the bokuto [1000 yen]>Buy a boardgame [2000 yen or 3000 yen for the weird one with the manuals]>Other>Leave
>>3002682>Buy the bokuto>Buy weird board gameHow much do we have?
>>3002691You had 22,400 yen. You now have 18,400 yen.You buy the bokuto and the weird board game, and the grizzled shopkeeper looks at you with the game, smiles, and gives you a little bag of dice to use with it. Cool! Looking inside the box you see that there are some little cardboard figures of men and goblins, a board covered in squares with a bunch of little walls and stuff on it, some pieces of paper called "character sheets", and another manual! There's also a weird piece of cardboard you don't know the user for it. From looking at the manuals you deduce that this is "Dungeons and Dragons 3.5E". You head back to the orphanage and store the stuff you got under your bed besides the playing cards from that box of stuff, which you decide to keep on you for the time being. The next day after school you...>Date: Friday, May 28th, 2004>Read through the manuals in the "Morales Committee" room>Get Hikaru to teach you whatever boardgame he was playing yesterday>Jog that same route, you will not be beaten>Go play laser tag with Fukuda [-1000 yen]>Go play paintball with Fukuda [-2500 yen]>Other[note: I was planning for this to stay Slice of Life mode for a bit until enough time has happened for the running plot to catch up, do you guys prefer more action or more slice of life]
>>3002724>do you guys prefer more action or more slice of lifeAnything is good, a little wholesomeness won't hurt.
>>3002724>>Jog that same route, you will not be beaten.experiment if we can speed ourselves up a bit using our arms
>>3002724>Jog that same route, you will not be beatenSo far it's been a pretty good mix.
>>3003259You try to increase your speed using your arms to push yourself forwards but it's really hard to maintain your balance and looks very unnatural. You figure that this would probably be way more practical with 4 or 6 invisible arms, where you'd effectively have 2 or 3 pairs of "legs".>>3003367You jog the same route and see the tan teenager again. You...>Scream "I'M NOT LOSING AGAIN" and run forward as fast as possible>Run as fast as possible>Turn to her and yell "LOOK BEHIND YOU, IT'S A [CLEARLY FAKE DISTRACTION]" and then gain distance with this fakeout >Other
>>3003612>>Scream "I'M NOT LOSING AGAIN" and run forward as fast as possible
>>3003612>>Scream "I'M NOT LOSING AGAIN" and run forward as fast as possiblerunning as fast as possible is not jogging, but sure, why not
>>3003676>>3003953You begin speeding up, and while the thought that "This isn't really jogging at this point, is it?" comes to your mind, you clearly drive it away because you need to win!Sadly, your effort is for naught as the tanned teenager quickly runs past you before turning around and going "You can't beat the track team!" before she speeds up to some ungodly speed for a dash and leaves your sight. You're not exactly sure what the track team is, all you know is that they're really hurting your pride here. You go home and read through some of the books you have and find out that the board game is... really complicated. And you'd need a decent amount of people. Oh well, maybe you can get some people together to play it sometime. The next day at school you arrive and Sakamoto-sensei announces that there's an interclass sports day on the 26th of June. To victory! You sign-up for the...>100 meter dash>Softball>Dodgeball>Tug of war>None>You're making your own event for later, you can't lose if you start a "high-stakes" fighting tournament! Fighting is a sport, right?
>>3003994>DodgeballWe need to protect our title!>You're making your own event for later, you can't lose if you start a "high-stakes" fighting tournament! Fighting is a sport, right?
>>3003994>>100 meter dashjoining the track team could be a good idea too
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>3004045>>3004080rollin'
>>3004045>>3004080You sign up for the Dodgeball event, vowing to protect your self-proclaimed title as "Queen of Dodgeball" that you have held for so long.In addition, you write up some rules for a the "First Annual Morales Committee Fighting Tournament" and get the people who are still in the group (6 at this point) to distribute them under the table for you. The gist of it is that there will be a single elimination bracket and people can enter with a fee of 500 yen for a chance to win a prize pool of 400 yen per contestant (the rest of the fees are reserved for running the event). This is clearly a great idea and nothing could go wrong. You...>Make it open only to first graders>Make it open to 1st and 2nd graders>Make it open to 3rd-grade and below>Make it open to "everyone">OtherYou will...>Enter the tournament yourself>Refrain from entering, you don't want to be beat up>(if you allowed "everyone" to enter) have Fukuda enter the tournament in your steadThe rules for combat are...>Very conservative. Like wrestling.>More lax, like MMA.>None as long as nobody is permanently injuredYou will...>Try to get Kurosaki-sensei to be the referee, he loves stuff like this>Make Hikaru the referee>Referee yourself>Other
>>3004346>Make it open to 1st and 2nd graders>Enter the tournament yourself>Very conservative. Like wrestling.>Make Hikaru the referee
>>3004346>Make it open to 1st and 2nd graders>Enter the tournament yourself>More lax, like MMA.>Try to get Kurosaki-sensei to be the referee, he loves stuff like thisGotta make Grandpa proud
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>3004353>>3004460rollin'
>>3004353>>3004460You open the tournament to both 1st and 2nd graders. You don't really know many 2nd graders, but you have time, they'll heard about it by the day of the tournament. You make the rules MMA-like, forbidding weapons and hits to the eyes and crotch which... actually hurts your chances of winning, doesn't it?After school you tell Kurosaki-sensei about your idea and he's excited. REALLY excited. He accepts immediately before pacing back and forth and muttering about things to himself. You see him writing things down excitedly and occasionally crossing them out, thinking harder than you've actually ever seen him think. After a bit he asks if you've decided on a venue yet. You...>Tell him that you'll have it at school or something, it's a school thing, right>No, you haven't>OtherAfter that he asks if you mind if he sets up a second "division" for the tournament to be held after the first one. After all, he'll be able to quickly get in contact with members of at least two gangs of high schoolers, there would be plenty of people looking to decide who's strongest. It'd be fun to watch too.>Sure, why not>Sure, but i'm taking a larger cut of the entry fees than 20% for them>No
>>3004659>>Tell him that you'll have it at school or something, it's a school thing, right>>Sure, why notBut the rules have to stay the same, otherwise it wouldn't be your tournament anymore
>>3004671>>3004708You tell him that you'll hold it at the school or something and the other division is fine as long as it holds to the same rules. Kurosaki-sensei raises his eyebrows quizzically and says "...Where are you going to hold a battle for the ages in your school? If any of your teachers find out you'll probably be suspended. I can get mats and such from a friend of mine for the tournament so the venue just needs to be large enough to hold everyone, but anywhere like that at your school would have a teacher find out about it, right? And if you had to be secretive that would ruin the atmosphere.">Uh... ok, we'll hold it somewhere else, do you have any ideas>Uh... I could ask Sakamoto-sensei where to hold a fighting tournament?>Other
>>3004840>>Uh... ok, we'll hold it somewhere else, do you have any ideasmaybe he should get his own dojo
>>3004840>Uh... ok, we'll hold it somewhere else, do you have any ideas
>>3004880>>3004885Kurosaki smiles and says "Heh heh heh, I have just the place young warrior. Follow me." You follow Kurosaki through the library for a moment before you're at a door that says "Employees Only". Kurosaki opens it and then says "Follow me".You follow him through a rather dark set of stairs and eventually find yourself in a very large and rather empty room. The lighting is so-so and you can see various pieces of furniture, lots of filing cabinets, and some bookshelves pushed up against the walls. Kurosaki says "This basement used to be a storage area before we used it for a swing dance club for a while. Nobody uses it for anything, so once I move around some of this stuff a bit more, maybe get some more chairs, and place down mats and stuff, it'll be the perfect place." You reply by saying...>Are you going to do that all by yourself?>What's swing dance?>Are you allowed to do this?>All of the above>Other
>>3004894>>What's swing dance?
>>3004909Kurosaki thinks for a moment before replying "It's an activity where a bunch of middle aged old women with no hobbies and no hopes in life gather together, gossip, and dance badly." You say...>Sounds terrifying.>Are you going to do that all by yourself?>Are you allowed to do this?>All of the above>Go home>Other
>>3004894>>What's swing dance?>>Are you allowed to do this?
>>3004921>>3004920my bad, ignore first part, go with>>Are you allowed to do this?
Kurosaki immediately goes "Probably not, but the other random employees at the library don't really give a shit and my superior is loathe to do anything coming here because of the Souths and the fact that I don't think he likes me for some reason. Maybe he's just envious of my youthful spirit." You reply with...>I can't figure out why he'd dislike you at all Kurosaki-sensei.>Are you going to do that all by yourself?>Both of the above>Otheror...>You go home
>>3004930>>Both of the above
>>3004939You say "I can't figure out why he'd dislike you at all Kurosaki-sensei." even though you definitely have a few guesses as to why that would be, and Kurosaki just shakes his head with a look of pity in his eyes before sighing and going "Some people just can't deal with others being happy."You ask Kurosaki if he's going to do all of the work by himself and he laughs loudly and says "Of course not, I'm not going to move anything! I have an entire gang residing here for free, if I can't force them into some free labor I'm doing something wrong." You...>Say something else>Go home
>>3004949>Thank him and go home,time to read some shealoku holmsu
>>3004960Ye, we gonna be the best detective in Nippon.
>>3004960>>3004991You go back to the orphanage and read through more SHEALOKU HOLMSU. Uh, you mean, Sherlock Holmes. You're pretty much done with the book and you've really enjoyed it. You feel like you'll have some marginal advantage if someone tries to commit crimes with cliched mystery plots or anything of the like. >Date: Sunday May 30th, 2004You practice your martial arts with Kurosaki today for longer than usual. He seems very enthusiastic and tells you that "You better get at least second or third place" or his school will be dishonored. Ok then.Afterwards he comes up to you and goes "Alright, I got a couple of things you'll need to decide on about the tournament. The gangsters are going to have their own 'rep' stuff involved with who wins, which is fine, but they'd prefer higher stakes. You'll be able to actually get more people to fight by making them pay more. It may not make sense now, but it's just part of a warrior's honor. So, can the entry fee for them be raised to 2000 yen a piece, with the prize being 1600 per contestant.">Sure>No>No, we'll raise it to 3000 yen!>OtherAfter that he says "Besides that, they're definitely going to gamble on who wins. Should I hire someone for the night to take care of that so that we get a cut from fees and make sure that it's done orderly and that there isn't a commotion, or should we just let them do it among themselves.">Yes>No>OtherAfter you're done discussing some of the details with Kurosaki (although you feel like these may not be the last ones), you're left without much else to do for the day. You...>Call Fukuda and ask if she wants to do something>Begin asking people you know to see if they want to play that Dungeons and Dragons 3.5E board game you bought some time.>Go see if Nakano wants to do something>Study. All day.>Other
>>3005043>Sure>Yes>Study. All day.Let's look at that calculus book
>>3005126You look at the Calculus study guide for a moment and you are very confused, much like its previous owner. Why are there so many letters in here? Isn't it math? What's an integral? What? What?! After that traumatizing experience you decide to...>Study with Fukuda>Study with Nakano>Study at the library>Look for some study guides at the pawn shop and study >Other
>>3005630>Study with Nakano
>>3005630>Why are there so many letters in here?To this day I still don't fucking know.>>Study with Nakano
>>3006643if only I lived in a world where I didn't need to learn about this Taylor Series bullshit and take linear algebra, but oh well>>3006340>>3006643>>3006765You go to Nakano's house and knock on the door but nobody answers. The car isn't in the driveway and the lights in the house all appear to be off. You're about to go back when the door slowly creaks open and you see Nakano's mother, her eyes red, hair in a bedhead, and dressed only in a t-shirt and her panties. But.... it's the afternoon, isn't it? Are people still like that at this time of day?She stares at you for a moment, blankly, seemingly not comprehending what's before her until you clear your throat and she seemingly snaps to attention and goes "Nakano isn't here. Go home." and slowly goes to shut the door. You...>Will get options when I make thread #3 and link it to here