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85564 No. 85564
You look over at Satori as she squeezes your hand. "Lead the way." You say, gesturing at the door. Satori nods, a spring in her step as you and her head outside. The machine-guns set up in the corridor give you pause again, a dark reminder of the truth of this place. Satori seems not to even notice them though. She leads you through the locked door, shutting it behind, and then up, into the fresh morning air outside. The concrete of the multi-story car park hangs heavy above your head, but the chill of the night still lingers on this side of their barricade.
Satori let's go of your hand. "Would you mind?" She gestures at the sheet of tin blocking the entrance way.
"Oh, sure." You say, hefting it to the side as she steps through the gap. You follow her and then lower the makeshift doorway back into place, dusting your hands off on your trousers.

In the light of day it looks exactly like a rubbish heap, nothing to suggest what is hidden below.
"Youki and Tewi made it." Satori pipes up from behind you. "Tewi is good at hiding."
"Mm." You grunt, looking around. The tarmac and concrete of the car park stretches off, brightening sunlight just outside, visible in the doorways and through the gaps in the walls. You frown, sudden realisation dawning on you. "Where's the body of the combat drone?" You ask.
"Oh!" Satori glances around as well. There's a large dark stain on the ground, but no body. "Youki used to say they they harvest their dead. He ... didn't like that." Satori frowns a little, lost in thought. You gulp, after a night's sleep and the warmth of a girl in your bed, the thought of facing that thing last night sends a renewed shiver up your spine. Don't think about it now, just enjoy your time with Satori.
"Shall we go?" You ask, offering Satori your hand. She looks up and smiles.
"Of course." Her fingers intertwine with yours and you both head off into the sunlight.

==

After leaving the shadow of the multi-story, you let yourself shut down for a few moments, thinking of nothing but the rising sunlight on your face and the feeling of Satori's soft hand in yours. There's barely anyone in the streets this time of morning, apart from a garbage van and a few early-risers. You can't help but wonder now, how many of them are real, how many just Yukari's fakes, empty spaces where there should be people.
"Hmm." Satori makes a noise, squeezing your hand. "Try not to think about it too much."
You just nod, still feeling disquieted. Satori leads you along a different route to last night, not through the street where you fought Youmu. She can probably sense that you'd rather not go there. As you walk, you pass within a few blocks of the school gates, but keep going, west towards the more affluent part of town. Does Satori live near there? You can't help but wonder what kind of place she lives in. As you glance over at her, your head starts buzzing with questions again.
This is so exciting, but so nerve-wracking at the same time. An overwhelming urge to know more about her, but coupled with an absurd, nameless worry.

Satori glances at you, a little smile on her face. "It's okay." She says.
"It is?" You ask. She nods. You take a deep breath, frowning with thought, but Satori is still one step ahead of you.
"I have two pets. Orin and Okuu." She says, sighing contentedly and swinging your hand back and fourth as she walks. "You met Orin." She stifles a grin. "Okuu is easier to deal with. She's a raven."
"A raven?" You ask. "An actual raven or a raven that also turns into a person?"
Satori glances sidelong a you, amused. "The latter." She says.

So many questions. You have time, there's nobody around and Satori's walking pace is slower than yours.

[ ] Ask more about her pets.
-[ ] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[ ] About how she got them.
-[ ] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
[ ] Ask the next question, about her mind-reading.

>> No. 85565
[ ] Ask more about her pets.
-[ ] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[ ] About how she got them.
-[ ] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
[ ] Ask the next question, about her mind-reading.

You knew what was coming.
>> No. 85566
[X] Ask more about her pets.
-[X] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?

At least we can't get caught off-guard next time.
>> No. 85567
[x] Ask more about her pets.
-[x] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[x] About how she got them.
-[x] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
[x] Ask the next question, about her mind-reading.

WALL?
>> No. 85568
>>85567
WALL

[x] Ask more about her pets.
-[x] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[x] About how she got them.
-[x] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
[x] Ask the next question, about her mind-reading.
>> No. 85570
[X] Ask more about her pets.
-[X] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
wall is good and all, but sometimes it is too much
>> No. 85571
[x] Ask more about her pets.
-[x] About how she got them.
[x] Ask the next question, about her mind-reading.
>> No. 85576
[X] Ask more about her pets.
-[X] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[X] About how she got them.
-[X] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?

One large topic at a time, people!
>> No. 85578
[X] Ask more about her pets.
-[X] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[X] About how she got them.
-[X] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
>> No. 85579
[x] Ask about how she's dealt with her power. Reading minds must have been scary at the start when she had no memory.
[x] Ask about how she got involved into all of this.

We still didn't get these ones (from the last thread) answered. Also: WALL PLZ.

[x] Ask more about her pets.
-[x] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[x] About how she got them.
-[x] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?
>> No. 85580
>>We still didn't get these ones (from the last thread) answered.

Methinks that's why there's the option:
>>Ask the next question, about her mind-reading.

One topic at a time, Anon. We're chatting before we have to get home and get ready for school, not mind-linked with a highly-complex A.I. with whom we can exchange ridiculous amounts of information with in mere seconds.
>> No. 85581
[x] Ask about how she's dealt with her power. Reading minds must have been scary at the start when she had no memory.
[x] Ask about how she got involved into all of this.

We still didn't get these ones (from the last thread) answered. Also: WALL PLZ.

[x] Ask more about her pets.
-[x] About Orin, about getting into a fight with her last night.
-[x] About how she got them.
-[x] About the transforming. Animal-people. Seriously, what?

Fuck yes, you're the best WALL OF TEXT ever!
>> No. 85589
Finally back, writing now.
>> No. 85591
>>85589

AWESOME
>> No. 85595
You clear your throat, feeling a little uncomfortable at the thought of Satori's pets. Orin was ... problematic. Satori giggles and rolls her eyes.
"What?" You ask. Satori sighs.
"She's always like that." Satori says. "But she means well."
" ... are you sure?" You ask, thinking of the feeling of being crushed by Orin's legs.
"Uh ... " Satori smiles uncomfortably.
"I mean, I pissed her off pretty badly." You say. "But she didn't have to be violent." Satori nods, blushing a little.
"I'll ... er ... talk to her?" She tries, obviously feeling how uncomfortable you are about that dammed cat. "I'm sorry!" She suddenly blurts out.
"For what?" You ask.
"For leaving you alone with her." Satori lets go of your hand and nervously grasps her fingers together. "I thought it would be best."
"I guess it had to be gotten out of the way." You say. "Next time, warn me when an animal is going to shift into a person, okay?" You can't believe how absurd your words are. Animals turning into people? Further proof this place isn't normal.

Satori smiles again and takes your hand, cheered again by your own feelings of absurdity. "It is odd, isn't it?" She asks. "But I'm used to it." She shrugs.
"How do you get used to something like that?" You ask.
"Well." Satori ponders for a moment. "They're not people."
"They're not?" You ask. How is that possible? You saw Orin as a young woman with your own eyes. Satori smiles indulgently.
"Orin and Okuu are both ... enlightened animals." She explains.
"Orin didn't seem very 'enlightened' to me." You grumble. Satori giggles.
"It's a turn of phrase." She says. "As in raised up, higher than other animals." You just nod, thinking. "But they're still animals inside." Satori says, shrugging.

"Where did you get them?" You ask, suddenly frowning.
"Oh!" Satori almost flinches. "No no, I do remember them, sort of."
"Ahh, that's good."
"Don't worry." She says, squeezing your hand. "I know they're real, and they mine. It's hard to explain." She says, but you wish she would try. You can't help but wonder how she came to own such odd pets.
"I can try." Satori shrugs.
"Please do." You say.
"I remember always having them around." She says, looking up at the sky as she walks. "I remember them being smaller than they are now, younger. But, heh," she suddenly looks uncomfortable. "That doesn't make any sense. I'm only a teenager. They're grown up, as humans anyway."
You nod, but Satori is right. She glances over at you.
"What?" You ask. The look on her face is odd, worried.
"Do you think ... do you think Yukari messed with our ages?" She asks, lowering her voice and rushing out the words. You frown, thinking. It's possible. "I mean ... there's so many of us, and most of us are school-age, teenagers, all the same age group. It doesn't seem right."

"Maybe." You say. Satori just looks at her own hand, frowning.

[ ] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[ ] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
[ ] Ask why exactly she's so worried.
>> No. 85597
[x] Ask why exactly she's so worried.
>> No. 85598
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85600
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

Oni's live for a long time as well.
>> No. 85602
[X] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85608
>>85600
>>Oni love you long time as well
>> No. 85612
>>85564

My god... That eyeball looks so... veiny... and pulsating... almost like a THE GAME
>> No. 85613
>"Do you think ... do you think Yukari messed with our ages?" She asks, lowering her voice and rushing out the words. You frown, thinking. It's possible. "I mean ... there's so many of us, and most of us are school-age, teenagers, all the same age group. It doesn't seem right."

[x] "Maybe. Maybe this isn't right. Schoolchildren running around with super powers, fighting a turf war against a faceless alien hoard, and an ancient, omnipotent, and equally faceless evil mastermind? And it just so happens that everyone who doesn't have powers is a 'zombie'--of no consequence, collateral damage, disposable--as if we are somehow more real because we have amnesia, can punch through concrete, can read people's minds. That's not life; that's bad television!"
[x] "I think I'm beginning to understand the insanity that the White Rabbit is always sputtering about Wonderland. We live in a sham world. The city, our Potemkin village. Our lives, a drama to be watched on by an audience. Uninteresting characters are killed off, the actors recycled. A farce. Entertainment. You know, just for laughs."
[x] "But I'm not laughing."
>> No. 85615
>>85613
Is this a reference, or do you really think oni are prone to sudden fits of soliloquy?
>> No. 85616
>>85612

I WON!
>> No. 85617
>>85615

Oni can soliloquy if the feel like it. There's no legend or myth that says they can't.
>> No. 85618
>>85615

I could see Oni's doing this after quite after some drinks. Some very strong drinks.
>> No. 85619
>>85615
>Is this a reference, or do you really think oni are prone to sudden fits of soliloquy?

Try visualizing it with Wagner playing in the background.
>> No. 85620
[x] "Maybe. Maybe this isn't right. Schoolchildren running around with super powers, fighting a turf war against a faceless alien hoard, and an ancient, omnipotent, and equally faceless evil mastermind? And it just so happens that everyone who doesn't have powers is a 'zombie'--of no consequence, collateral damage, disposable--as if we are somehow more real because we have amnesia, can punch through concrete, can read people's minds. That's not life; that's bad television!"
[x] "I think I'm beginning to understand the insanity that the White Rabbit is always sputtering about Wonderland. We live in a sham world. The city, our Potemkin village. Our lives, a drama to be watched on by an audience. Uninteresting characters are killed off, the actors recycled. A farce. Entertainment. You know, just for laughs."
[x] "But I'm not laughing."
>> No. 85621
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

>>85613>>85614
SUDDEN MOOD CHANGE INCOMING, BRACE FOR MELODRAMA
>> No. 85622
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85624
[X] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

Let's avoid treading down the emo road, people.
>> No. 85625
[X] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

Indeed. Avoid it like the plague.
>> No. 85626
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85628
[X] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85629
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85629
>>Maybe. Maybe this isn't right. Schoolchildren running around with super powers, fighting a turf war against a faceless alien hoard, and an ancient, omnipotent, and equally faceless evil mastermind?

This is just like one of my Japanese animes!
>> No. 85630
>>85618
>'
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF APOSTROPHES DO NOT FUCKING WORK THAT WAY

YOU STOP THAT

AND YOU STOP THAT RIGHT THE FUCK NOW
>> No. 85632
>>[x] "Maybe. Maybe this isn't right. Schoolchildren running around with super powers, fighting a turf war against a faceless alien hoard, and an ancient, omnipotent, and equally faceless evil mastermind? And it just so happens that everyone who doesn't have powers is a 'zombie'--of no consequence, collateral damage, disposable--as if we are somehow more real because we have amnesia, can punch through concrete, can read people's minds. That's not life; that's bad television!"
>>[x] "I think I'm beginning to understand the insanity that the White Rabbit is always sputtering about Wonderland. We live in a sham world. The city, our Potemkin village. Our lives, a drama to be watched on by an audience. Uninteresting characters are killed off, the actors recycled. A farce. Entertainment. You know, just for laughs."
>>[x] "But I'm not laughing."

Wait a second...
This sounds like something Owen would write.

...And now I'm remembering >>/others/15834 .
Fuck.
>> No. 85636
Following up from the last thread, I propose we rename this CYOA as Involuntary Pedagogic Hair-Ruffle.

[x] "Maybe. Maybe this isn't right. Schoolchildren running around with super powers, fighting a turf war against a faceless alien hoard, and an ancient, omnipotent, and equally faceless evil mastermind? And it just so happens that everyone who doesn't have powers is a 'zombie'--of no consequence, collateral damage, disposable--as if we are somehow more real because we have amnesia, can punch through concrete, can read people's minds. That's not life; that's bad television!"
[x] "I think I'm beginning to understand the insanity that the White Rabbit is always sputtering about Wonderland. We live in a sham world. The city, our Potemkin village. Our lives, a drama to be watched on by an audience. Uninteresting characters are killed off, the actors recycled. A farce. Entertainment. You know, just for laughs."
[x] "But I'm not laughing."
>> No. 85637
[x] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

>Write in

ಠ_ಠ
>> No. 85639
>This sounds like something Owen would write.

WRONG. This sounds like something from Max Payne.
>> No. 85643
>>85640

That write-in is too melodramatic for anyone who claims to possess some vestiges of manhood in his being.
>> No. 85645
[x] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85651
[x] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

Even I am frowning at that write-in.
>> No. 85656
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.

Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point.
...unless you plan on using it to help you get booze.
>> No. 85658
>>85656

You, sir, are a genius.

[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."

It fits perfectly.
>> No. 85660
I withdraw my vote from >>85640

[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."

I like this a lot better
>> No. 85661
>>85658
>>85660

But that wasn't a...

Oh, screw it. Amending my vote in >>85656
to include that bit at the end along with the "it doesn't matter" part.
>> No. 85662
>>85661

I know it wasn't.
But that doesn't stop it from being brilliant.
>> No. 85663
>>85636
Changing my vote to:

[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85664
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."

Brilliant.jpg
>> No. 85665
[x] >>85656
>> No. 85666
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85667
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."

This works better than the soliloquy. Sorry other write-in person! Perhaps after our oni gets smashed to Hell and back on alcohol we can have something like that.
>> No. 85672
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."

This a hundred times.
>> No. 85673
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85674
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85677
[d] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
[a] "And hey! All the other people aren't real, so no collateral damage! How handy is that? It's like a fucking game or something."
[☆] Gesture to the world at large. "Gotta admit, though; the graphics are good." Squeeze Satori's hand and flash her a smile. "I think that pink-haired telepath character is awful cute, too."
[z] "Really, though... If you look at it like that, I wonder why someone like Yukari would need to or even want to do this."
[e] "Eh. Like I said: I dunno. I'm no mind-reader."
[~] "Hey, speaking of. I meant to ask you about that whole ...mind-readery thing."

Drama-writein altered and trimmed down for dramatically reduced levels of fail, re-written to include the win of the new write-in, and providing a nice segue to the next question we wanted to ask in the first place.
>> No. 85680
[d] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
[a] "And hey! All the other people aren't real, so no collateral damage! How handy is that? It's like a fucking game or something."
[☆] Gesture to the world at large. "Gotta admit, though; the graphics are good." Squeeze Satori's hand and flash her a smile. "I think that pink-haired telepath character is awful cute, too."
[z] "Really, though... If you look at it like that, I wonder why someone like Yukari would need to or even want to do this."
[e] "Eh. Like I said: I dunno. I'm no mind-reader."
[~] "Hey, speaking of. I meant to ask you about that whole ...mind-readery thing."
>> No. 85684
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
[x] "And hey! All the other people aren't real, so no collateral damage! How handy is that? It's like a fucking game or something."
[x] Gesture to the world at large. "Gotta admit, though; the graphics are good." Squeeze Satori's hand and flash her a smile. "I think that pink-haired telepath character is awful cute, too."
[x] "Really, though... If you look at it like that, I wonder why someone like Yukari would need to or even want to do this."
[x] "Eh. Like I said: I dunno. I'm no mind-reader."
[x] "Hey, speaking of. I meant to ask you about that whole ...mind-readery thing."
>> No. 85685
>>85677
This is too much. And stupid.
>> No. 85687
>>85685
I agree.

[x] Tell Satori she's probably right.
[x] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
>> No. 85688
>and providing a nice segue to the next question we wanted to ask in the first place.

I'm not sure you realize this, but writing is a lot more fun when you have room to breathe and, you know. Write. Let the man do his job.

[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85689
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85691
>>85688
I heartfully agree, longer isn't always better.
>> No. 85693
[X] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."

Out of the write-ins that showed up, this is the best.
>> No. 85697
>>85677

Sorry, but the melodrama write-in was fail because it was melodramatic.
All you did there was make the new write-in more melodramatic (and thus, more fail.)
Besides, some of the comments sound plain awkward, and feel like they're just there for the purpose of making the write-in longer.

[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85701
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
[X] Raise an eyebrow, "What's wrong Satori, are you wishing you were a little more... mature?"
>> No. 85703
>>85701

Tempting.
But I think the time for that has passed.
...
Damn it ;_;
>> No. 85709
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
[X] Raise an eyebrow, "What's wrong Satori, are you wishing you were a little more... mature?"
>> No. 85710
>>85685
>>85687
>>85688
>>85691
>>85697
Oh well. You win some, you lose some, I guess.
>> No. 85713
>>85691
That's what she said.
>> No. 85764
[X] Tell Satori it doesn't matter either way.
[X] Raise an eyebrow, "What's wrong Satori, are you wishing you were a little more... mature?"
>> No. 85765
Wow, this is gonna be a pain to tally up...
>> No. 85777
[B] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85778
[x] The rather stunning girl with green hair.
>> No. 85784
>>85778

Fuck, I laughed!

[DAMN] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get booze."
>> No. 85791
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85791
there really aren't many fun things to do in hell
>> No. 85793
>>85791
sauce?
>> No. 85798
>>85793
>>>/at/2287
>> No. 85799
>>85791
>>there really aren't many fun things to do in hell

Wait, how is this statment/pic relevant?
>> No. 85801
It's a real shame Satori loses her beauty a few pages into that section of the doujin
>> No. 85802
>>85799
She is horny and needs a man, always. Can't live without it. Very story relevant.
>> No. 85807
>>85564
>After leaving the shadow of the multi-story
That's an awfully negative way to think about ADP 2
>> No. 85808
>>85802
>>She is horny and needs a man, always. Can't live without it. Very story relevant.

What she really needs right now is a horny man.

...

See wut I did there?
>> No. 85810
>>85808

Oh no, you were much too subtle.
>> No. 85814
>>85808
I wish I could hate you blind.
>> No. 85824
Really sorry about the total lack of updates. Writing is sort of hard at the moment. Please wait warmly while the writefag sorts things out.
>> No. 85825
>>85824
I'm kinda cold.
>> No. 85829
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>>85825

She'd be happy to share a blanket.
>> No. 85830
>>85829

Never before has bedhead turned me on so much.
>> No. 85831
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85831
>>85830

A similar sentiment to my own, though I have had one prior instance of bedhead-induced boner that comes close...
>> No. 85832
>>85831

I find myself agreeing.
>> No. 85833
Added to Hibiki's to-do list:

-Have a sexy slumber party.
>> No. 85834
>>85833
you mean right after
-start drinking
>> No. 85838
>>85834
You make it sound as if there won't be drinking during it. I think it should go without saying that when they say "Sexy Slumber Party" that "slumber" is not the operative word.
>> No. 85839
>>85834
We'll manage to get drunk if we hang around Suika long enough. Last time we saw here she looked very drunk.
>> No. 85846
>>85839
First thing's first, Anon. We need to get reacquainted with our future drinking buddy before the boozing can begin.

And who better to help get that particular ball rolling than someone who might be convinced to do us a favor to make amends for a certain thing that happened to us?
Rika might get a pass because she had not met us prior to the vote and caved to peer pressure, but to vote in favor of killing someone after you've spent a seemingly pleasant, if brief, bit of time with them? That's just cold.
Considering the natural aversion Oni have for lies and liars, I doubt they can take betrayal lightly.

Oh, this will be fun~.
>> No. 85852
>>85846
I thought everyone in the group stayed away from the oni because they always hang out with Reimu. How could they help us?

>>85834
"Start"? We're an oni. We've probably imbibed more booze than the combined population of a small country. We may not remember it now... But the liver is one organ that never forgets.

>>85838
This.
>> No. 85854
>>85846

I can't wait. Oni get even.
>> No. 85855
>>85852
>>I thought everyone in the group stayed away from the oni because they always hang out with Reimu. How could they help us?

I believe that really applied more to their not approaching them regarding their little underground movement. Interaction with them in school, as ordinary students, on the other hand, would be a different matter. Don't you remember who pointed her out to us in the first place?

>>"That's Suika."
>>"She seems ..."
>>"Incoherent?" Mima offers
>>"Yes." You agree
>>"She's often like that, but she's friendly, you'll like her, just don't let her land a punch." Mima says.
>>"But she's tiny."
>>"Don't let that fool you. Looks are deceiving." Mima laughs as Suika grumbles something and Aya finally gets a snap of her face.

At the very least, Mima seems like she would have interacted somewhat with Suika in school enough to know her a little there. Had she not been occupied with Aya pestering her for a photo, perhaps she might have even introduced us then, much like what happened when she did with Wriggle and tried to do with Sanae.
>> No. 85856
>>85855
>>I believe that really applied more to their not approaching them regarding their little underground movement.

Ah. Duly noted.
>> No. 85857
>Mima

;_;
>> No. 85889
>>85857

I don't see the connection between "Mima" and " ;_; ".
>> No. 85890
>>85889

I'm guessing Anon is expressing scruples over her having betrayed us.

>>85857

Don't worry. Mima is the kind of person who will own up when being frankly called on their bullshit. One punch, and it'll be as if nothing ever happened.
>> No. 85895
>>85889
Mima appeared in threads 1 and 2 and not since. So she isn't going to ever appear again, just like in the windows games
>> No. 85897
>>85895

FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
>> No. 85898
Mima will be back

I can feel it in my bones
>> No. 85909
>>Don't worry. Mima is the kind of person who will own up when being frankly called on their bullshit. One punch, and it'll be as if nothing ever happened.

I'm inclined to hold off on any sort of physical retaliation until hearing what she has to say for herself. She might even have a good reason, although it would have to be a DAMN good one.

Nitori, on the other hand, there is no need for explanation. We HAVE to mess with her somehow. The potential for fun is just too great to pass up. Although her being unaware of our survival would have made for a perfect opportunity to get her with the old ghost routine again, her being informed of what happened with us could work just as well in our favor. She probably knows we know she voted against us, and as we're both part of Kaguya's little after-school club, she knows damn well we'll be seeing her again. If we're lucky, she'll be stewing and fretting over having to meet the guy she condemned to death face-to-face again, and when we do I'm sure we'll have thought up a wonderful punishment for her. Oh yes, indeed~.

And then there's Tenshi. We haven't met her, but depending on her attitude, I might have no qualms about socking her. Even if she might enjoy it. Hell, especially if she'll enjoy it.
>> No. 85924
Anyone else remember this from the first thread?

>>"Not had much time to settle in then?"
>>"You can tell?" You ask.
>>She smiles over at you, a little glint in her eye again. "Well, if you'd gotten to know the town a bit better you probably wouldn't have chosen to speak to me."

Did we ever figure out why she said that?
>> No. 85929
>>85924
Well, unless she was hinting at something about the true nature of the town, and the "I'm acting nice to you now but will vote in favor of having you killed in the street" thing, I'd say...no. We don't know quite what she meant.

Maybe it was an attempt at humor regarding some sort of reputation she has around town. Maybe it was related to her connection to a group that apparently thinks murder is okay if decided through democratic processes. I guess we won't know until we see her again, get to know her a bit better.
>> No. 85931
>>85909
>She might even have a good reason, although it would have to be a DAMN good one.

We know what her reason was for voting to kill Hibiki: it's the same reason Youmu tryed to kill him.
>> No. 85932
>>85931
Because the disappearance and possible death of her father-figure after the last time they invited someone into their hideout has left her stressed-out from being forced to take on a new role and responsibility in the group, as well has causing her to have some trust issues?
>> No. 85936
>>85932

I was thinking something more along the lines of "because she's an icy bitch."
>> No. 85938
>>85936
>>85932
I think "Reasonable paranoia" is a better explanation
>> No. 85948
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>>85938
"Reasonable" my ass.
It's one thing for the people who never even met us to have no problem saying it would be safer to take us out rather than take a risk on us after what happened to the group, but for the people who actually met and spent some time around us to come to that same decision?

Hell, Rinnosuke wasn't entirely sold on us, but he still wasn't willing to go so far as to be in favor of outright killing us. And yet despite hiss reasonable "wait and see" approach to us, and our being vouched for by both the group's resident nutcase who tried to kill us and the girl who could see inside our head, this seemingly pleasant and friendly girl who kindly showed us around and even introduced us to some people apparently agreed that the new kid should die, and why? Because we didn't get attacked by the Hive on our way home, something that even if we hadn't had a higher power apparently looking out for us, could very well have been simple chance?

I think it takes more than mere caution or even paranoia to be able to show such a seemingly friendly face to someone, only to basically turn around and stab them in the back like that.
>> No. 85952
>>85948

To be fair, whatever the others tell us of the reasons for the decision to kill us, they can't actually see into the heads of the other members. On top of that, whatever they tell us was the reason for voting to kill us is going to be colored by their own personal bias. When it comes right down to it, we have no idea why Mima voted to kill us.

I would still suggest that we should talk to her about that before being hasty.
>> No. 85953
>>85952
Well of course.
I mean, I'm all for spanking her ass raw either way, but it would be better that we be well-informed as to why we're doing it when we do.
>> No. 85955
>>85948

As egocentric as this sounds, it was because we seemed so outgoing that they were especially wary of us.
Voting "kill" was certainly cold, but it was also probably the smartest move. They already knew that Yukari was capable of producing fakes that were indistinguishable from the real deal (except for Sigma.)
I, personally, wouldn't hold it against Mima... But I'd be all for pretending to be miffed, just to see how she reacts.
>> No. 85958
>>85948
>but for the people who actually met and spent some time around us to come to that same decision?
What on earth makes you think that's any kind of indication? If we were a fake, would be have interacted any differently? What stops a fake from going around flirting with girls, staring at his teacher's chest, playing video games with the tech club, or whatever else we did? Humans act human. Creatures pretending to be human will also act human. Acting human is not a reliable method of determining if someone is a human.

>see inside our head
She was wrong before. Her ability to read minds is obviously not perfect. She could have been wrong again.

Everyone seems to have this notion that what they did was horrible solely because it ended up being wrong. You don't think that maybe it's possible to do the correct thing and still end up being wrong?
>> No. 85959
>>85958
>>Humans act human. Creatures pretending to be human will also act human. Acting human is not a reliable method of determining if someone is a human.
Nor is it a reliable method of determining if someone is NOT human.

>>She was wrong before. Her ability to read minds is obviously not perfect. She could have been wrong again.
She was wrong ONCE before. Considering she must surely have had many more instances where she was right for them to have ever trusted her ability in the first place, there is no more reason to think she wasn't right this time.
One mistake does not instantly negate all of the previous times she was right, nor should it invalidate anything else she reads from people just because there's a chance she MIGHT be wrong again.

>>Everyone seems to have this notion that what they did was horrible solely because it ended up being wrong. You don't think that maybe it's possible to do the correct thing and still end up being wrong?

You're missing the point, here. What they did isn't horrible because they turned out to be wrong. What they did is horrible because they not only didn't know if they were right or wrong, THEY DIDN'T CARE IF THEY WERE RIGHT OR WRONG.

Considering being "wrong" in this case meant becoming a co-conspirator and accomplice to the murder of an innocent person, I'd say that's a pretty big deal.

There is no such thing as "doing the correct thing and still end up being wrong" when the matter involves the life of a potentially innocent person. If you're going to kill them, you had DAMN WELL better be certain you're right. Otherwise, you're not doing the "correct" thing and ending up being wrong. You were just WRONG.

You can apologize for punching someone by mistake. You can't apologize for killing someone by mistake.
>> No. 85960
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85960
I miss the updates ...
>> No. 85961
And all of this because someone wants some Mima. I love you Anonymous.
>> No. 85962
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>>I miss the updates ...
I miss my mom.
>> No. 85963
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>>85962

Well, maybe if you would just write her a little more often, you little ingrate...
>> No. 85968
>>85962
At least you're not Ed. He misses his mom, but can't do shit about it.
>> No. 85969
It does seem like a pretty big leap from "don't let the new guy manipulate his way into your secret hideout like last time" to "kill the new guy immediately because he's new and might be a spy".
>> No. 85970
>>85969
To be fair to them, they're opposing what amounts to a force of nature that can create spies that behave entirely like normal people until their spah status is revealed and they open the cans of contraband rape they smuggled in by stuffing their bras/pants. The last time they let one in, Youki was cut out of the picture, which leaves them down a leader who actually knows what the hell they're doing. So now Youmu's the leader and as we've seen so far, her house of cards is about to fall right over.

The next time something like this happens, if it ever does, "it" might just get all of them. Or one of them. Or yadda yadda so forth apocalypse scenario and all of creation is fucked or whatever they believe.

Mind you I'm not thinking they're completely right, but eh, they had their reasons. You can't exactly totally blame them for being too cautious.
>> No. 85971
I think there were some situations where Mima did try to gauge our reactions and we responded suspiciously. Two things come to mind: we decided to head to the commons area instead of the isolated school roof, and we immediately identified Reimu after that. Beyond that, who knows if we were spotted talking to Reimu after our little tour?

Discussion for the sake of discussion is boring. Update.
>> No. 85972
>>You can't exactly totally blame them for being too cautious.

Oh yes I can! There are plenty of other members of the student body they're clearly not sure about, yet you don't exactly see anyone trying to assassinate any of them, now do you? Nooo, don't do anything against the people you have at least some clue might be allied with your enemy! Just avoid them!

It just seems so damn inconsistent.
"Suika? Well let's see, she's apparently very strong, hangs around with someone who we know has fought alongside the enemy, and so probably isn't on our side." "STAY AWAY!"
"The new guy? Well, we don't know exactly who or even what he is, which side (if any) he's on, or what he might even be capable of. All we know is he seems friendly, has an attraction to green hair and/or the eccentric and potentially insane, and bugs don't seem particularly attracted to him for some reason. Otherwise, for all we know he could be anything from a simple human of no real threat to us, to a walking tank capable of punching a mongol warrior into the stratosphere. Oh, also our resident mind-reader and the crazy hobo girl think he's A-OK." "KILL THEY ASS."

Nevermind the extreme lack of wisdom in attacking a potential enemy of unknown strength with just one person, let alone THE one person you probably can't afford to lose, and who also despite her willingness to commit murder can't shake a pesky sense of honor that causes her to give the potential enemy of an unknown threat level A WEAPON.

Don't get me wrong. They all seem like good people. The ones we've met, at least. They've been through a lot, are understandably stressed and on-edge, and have every right to be wary of strangers. However, they are also the last people I would want deciding whether someone should live or die. I'm not sure I'd even trust them to pick out what to have for dinner.
>> No. 85974
>>85972
I spent like five minutes writing a post, but then found out that I am no good at all about reading between the lines, or writing out about what I really think about this fiasco and would probably make a colossal ass of myself.

I withdraw and accept my defeat.
>> No. 85975
...is there a Yukari-side route?
>> No. 85976
I interpreted the situation more as a "This person is either going to kill us or will just be another human", and from that "Too much to lose, nothing to gain; We should just kill him", i.e. simply avoiding him wouldn't be an option.

>Nevermind the extreme lack of wisdom in attacking a potential enemy of unknown strength with just one person, let alone THE one person you probably can't afford to lose, and who also despite her willingness to commit murder can't shake a pesky sense of honor that causes her to give the potential enemy of an unknown threat level A WEAPON.
ok, that's a damn good point though. I had never thought of that. Maybe Youmu is just really arrogant.
>> No. 85978
>>85975
I completely doubt it.

Hey /th/, what's it like to hold a God in your arms?
>> No. 85979
>>85975
Working for the reality-breaking cosmic horror and/or the people she has in her employ?
Oooh, could be interesting! Especially if you still have to pull off living a double life, maintaining your cover as a regular student during the day and doing your master's bidding by night.
>> No. 85980
>>85979>>85978

Very ORT-tan or Cthulhu-like, I assume.
>> No. 85981
>>85979

You know, when I watched The Matrix, I remember telling myself "what's wrong with living in the simulated world?" I've always been a firm believer in "the world is as real as we perceive it to be."

I could honestly get behind a Yukari route if it goes like you said.
>> No. 85983
>>85972
>However, they are also the last people I would want deciding whether someone should live or die.

And if we stick with them, we'll be put in a lot of life or death situations. I don't want to deal with the resistance.

We need to scout out our options. We don't know what's what yet, and I really don't trust these people.

These are not people I want to be allied with. These are not people I think we should trust. These people are scared, panicking, and probably more dangerous to us than the hive.

I'm not saying we should write these people off completely, but I don't think we should have them as a first choice for allies.
>> No. 85984
>>85983
We could always BE the leader.
>> No. 85985
>>85984
If Youmu died that would be a possibility. I can't see her ego letting anyone else take control.
>> No. 85986
>>85983

ITT Anonymous overreacts.
I'm all for caution, but seriously.

If we really are going to consider breaking off with the resistance, we should do it for the right reasons, not because "ohmygod these people are crazy and Yukari is scary get me out of here!"

They let us into their base. They showed us Sigma. We slept with one of their members just last night. And you think they'll fuck us over? It's this kind of paranoia that made them vote to kill us.
Sure, they may not have it together as much as they'd like... but hey, we just discovered that our perception of reality was a lie.

The vote was a screw-up, but they don't seem that bad. Look at Tewi; she just totally kicked someone's ass at hacking. They clearly aren't completely incompetent. They won't likely get us killed unless we take a sniper bullet for Satori or something. Which would make us awesome in the process.

I suppose it's a valid point that we'd be putting ourselves in danger if we fought beside them, but so what? Oni aren't weak, nor are they cowards. It's better than running away from our problems and futilely trying to forget what we now know.

For God's sake, stop trying to think of reasons to dislike our allies.
We're alive. They trust us now. It's over. Let it go.
>> No. 85987
>>85959
>>Humans act human. Creatures pretending to be human will also act human. Acting human is not a reliable method of determining if someone is a human.
>Nor is it a reliable method of determining if someone is NOT human.
Go back to bed, Mr. Rumsfeld.

>>85971
>Discussion for the sake of discussion is boring. Update.
Fucking

>>85986
>For God's sake, stop trying to think of reasons to dislike our allies.
>We're alive. They trust us now. It's over. Let it go.
signed.
>> No. 85998
>>The vote was a screw-up, but they don't seem that bad. Look at Tewi; she just totally kicked someone's ass at hacking.

She's also rather fun and a pleasant person once you get to know her, and I'm sure is probably a demon in the sack. However, she is still the sort of person who I could see causing me to develop a habit of counting the cutlery in the kitchen to make sure nothing is missing before I can go to sleep each night, just in case.

That said, I still feel safer in their company than taking our chances going against Miss "Can Flatline Your Brain With a Snap of Her Fingers" and her army of freaky nocturnal bug monsters alone.
They're disorganized, have (occasionally) dubious judgment, don't seem to have much of a goal now that their leader is gone beyond "keep sentient alien WMD in basement, tell NO ONE", and in dire need of new blood and reestablishing a supply line but don't seem likely to do much about it without an outside force moving them to act.

Sure, the "voting to kill us" thing was totally a dick move, but it's not grounds for ditching them. It's just a nice opportunity to either call in a couple favors from them as a half-apology, half-sign of good faith from our new "friends". Or, in the case of Nitori, it's a chance to have some good, clean fun at her expense. As opposed to, you know, the not-so-clean fun we'll be having at the expense of Rika, her ass, and our wallet once we find a decent cake shop in this illusionary burg we're living in.

We shall have justice. We shall have satisfaction. And we SHALL have our cake and eat it too!
>> No. 85999
>>85998

Why the hell do we have to buy the cake if Rika is the one making it for us?
>> No. 86000
>>85999
Ah, I had forgotten about that part.

Okay, so it'll be having not-so-clean fun at the expense of her, her ass, and her wallet, then.

Works for me!
>> No. 86005
Still alive, suffering though the craziest end of term 3 days I have ever experienced right now (and I mean none of that in a good way). After this is all over I'm sleeping it off, going back home and then getting back to updating.

Sit tight.
>> No. 86006
Hooray
>> No. 86007
>>85998
>>in dire need of new blood

This will soon become a non-issue. We're here now. If there's one thing Anon call pull off as Hibiki, it's touhou recrutan' gaems.
As for the lack of supplies... well, our fists don't need ammo, do they?
We're a bad enough dude to make anything possible.

FUCK YOU
I'M AN ONI
>> No. 86014
>>86007
>our fists don't need ammo, do they?
in b4 they do
>> No. 86016
>>86014
Don't be silly, of course an oni's fists don't need ammunition.

They need fuel! Delicious, brain cell-killing, liver-wrecking, kidney-pickling FUEL!
>> No. 86047
Things we need to do today:

Talk to Mima/Nitori and punish them with more than just a glare or a hard handshake.
Become friends with Suika.
Become friends with Hina.
Feet Time Fun Time with Kaguya.
Visit Sanae.
Make out with Tewi.
Eat some Rika asscake.
Make out with Satori.
Rape Orin.
Fight the scout bugs, the combat drone and whatever comes after the combat drone.
Have a good night of sleep by cuddling with Satori.
Have another crazy dream and/or remember more memories and/or talk to a severed head and possibly go insane.
>> No. 86048
>>86047

It'll be a rich, full day.
>> No. 86052
>>86047

Don't forget we also need to get Youmu laid. That girl needs it badly.
>> No. 86054
>>86052

We have far too much tsun to wade through to have a chance of doing that by the end of today.
Give Hibiki till tomorrow.
>> No. 86056
>>86005
I feel your pain, finals week is quite definitely tiresome.
>> No. 86079
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86079
>>86047
Don't forget, we also need to come up with something to do to bond with Brokou. Also, if we can't get some three-way action going with her and Kaguya, then the least we can do is hook those two up so that they may embrace the love that dare not speak its name.
>> No. 86085
We'll have sex with Tewi right before dealing with the bugs in order to maximize our luck, but the asscake should come afterwards as a reward to help inspire us to act to our fullest.

Regardless, I don't think we'll be fighting until Youmu has recovered.
>> No. 86086
>>86085
Or we find more competent fighters to join our side.

...

I vote we befriend the shit out of Suika.
>> No. 86087
>>86086
Assuming she hasn't already been swayed to Yukari's side somehow. Her seemingly being connected to Reimu, who is somehow apparently connected with the Hive, which we know is connected to Yukari is probably not a very good sign. And that's not even taking into account how Yuugi fits into all this, either.

Between Hibiki, Suika, and Yuugi, that's three extremely powerful, extremely dangerous beings in a rather small area. Beings that Yukari, for some as-yet-unknown reason, switched from her usual tactics in order to capture, at least for two of them. As much trouble as just one of them could cause if they ever ran rampant, let alone all three at once, I can't help but think that at least one of the Oni is meant to act as a potential counter-measure against the others. Short of pulling another ambush and intervening directly again, what better way for Yukari to stop an Oni than with another Oni? More than that, one that the rebelling Oni has previous attachments to, and so might be hesitant to harm?

Oh, we're still gonna talk to her. We're still gonna befriend the hell out of her. But don't be surprised if things suddenly become...complicated.
>> No. 86088
In the end, we're probably going to fight it out with Suika regardless and have it end with the two of us drinking to celebrate an awesome fight.
>> No. 86089
>>86088
and it will be awesome
>> No. 86101
>>86089
There will also be wanton collateral damage.
>> No. 86102
This is starting to sound like an evening watching Spike TV.
>> No. 86105
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86105
>>86102
RIGHT YOU ARE
>> No. 86106
>>86102

We entered that territory the moment we decided to entertain the "I guess that makes me an oni" write-in.

And there ain't no gettin' off this train we're on.
>> No. 86107
>>86106

I wasn't complaining.
Besides, we were apparently going to be an Oni either way. That write-in was just an ironic coincidence.
>> No. 86132
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86132
>THP needs some energy. I've got a syringe full of adrenaline right here to jam into your dark, festering heart. Fast, short updates. Romancing Touhous to the tune of a plot in the background. Back to basics.
>> No. 86136
>>86132

Notwithstanding finals week.
>> No. 86137
>>86132

He just finished University. On top of that he's been rushing to finish one last essay that was due in yesterday. Let him rest for a while.
>> No. 86202
>>86201
oh? And which of the new stories are you saying is by HY under alias?
>> No. 86204
>>86201

He hasn't abandoned IPF, that's just a side project to get him back into writing. It's been a really busy month for him so just let him do what he wants for a while.
>> No. 86205
This story has not and will not be abandoned. I'm tired and I've just finished three years of university, cut me some slack and stop trying to start a shitstorm already.
>> No. 86228
>>86205

B-b-b-but we m-m-miss you, Sol!...
>> No. 86280
>>86205
We do it because we miss you.
>> No. 86288
>>86280

Well now he's in a bad mood so lay off.
>> No. 86307
>>86288

;_;
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>> No. 86432
>>86429

>To be Continued...?
>> No. 86441
That doujin needs to be translated as well as have some information posted on the second one, though I would assume it might hit during C75 and contain delicious Satorin sex~
>> No. 86459
[x] "Between the mind-reading alien war machine, animals that turn into people, freaky bug monsters that only come out at night, and the reality-breaking cosmic horror who put us all here, I think the whole age issue is more than just a tad trivial at this point... unless you plan on using it to help you get updates."
>> No. 86463
Writing resumes tomorrow morning.
>> No. 86464
Awesome. I missed this story so much.
>> No. 86479
>>86463

hooray!
>> No. 86512
>>86463

Real men go back to writing after finals.
Soltindir is a REAL MAN.
>> No. 86513
>>86512
REAL MAN status postponed. Personal crisis, need to put time into something. Gimme a couple of days.
>> No. 86514
>>86513

Understood bro. We expect a wall when you return.
>> No. 86515
>>86513

Do what you have to do. We'll still be here. Waiting.
>> No. 86516
>>86513
When you gotta kill someone, you gotta kill someone. It's understandable.
>> No. 86517
>>86513

It's alright man, sometimes a bitch needs to learn her place.
>> No. 86965
Updates?
>> No. 86966
He hasn't been on IRC for a while now. Hasn't been on steam for two days either.
>> No. 86967
>>86966

Probably brainstorming another new and original story.
>> No. 86968
>>86967
Or he's fighting crime.
>> No. 86969
>>86966

What's his steam account name? I somehow think it would be incredibly amusing to play TF2 with him.
No idea why, though.
>> No. 87008
>>86969
Not as fun as you'd think. He usually plays for a bit and then either lags out or gets tired. At least, that's my experience from playing with him.
>> No. 87043
To be fair, his current connection can't really game too well.
>> No. 87049
>>87008

Considering that we'd be playing from opposite sides of the world in equally opposite timezones, I was more or less expecting that.
>> No. 87057
Right, okay, I'm back, and alive, and very tired. Summer starts now, hold up a bit while I refresh my memory and get my notes and I'll get to updating.
>> No. 87059
>>87057

hooray!
>> No. 87061
>>87057

You were sorely missed. Welcome back.
>> No. 87123
I stayed up until 2 in the morning just reading this, and finally finished. I will have my Satori route, even if it requires me to claw though a mountain of corpses. Again.

Also, Sigma is awesome.
>> No. 87128
>>87123

Hey you.

I thought that you'd be writing again.
>> No. 87129
>>87128
I would, but I'm feeling demotivated. I also reinstalled Oblivion plus expansions. But hey, maybe I'll write something soon.

Selfsage for talking about it in Sol's thread.
>> No. 87132
>>87123
Too bad then that we're on a Sanae route. You'll just have to wait for the replay that never comes.
>> No. 87133
>>87132

I'm sorry, you seem to be a bit confused. We're clearly gunning for Kaguya /Mokou route.
>> No. 87134
>>87123

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>> No. 87137
>>87133

No way. Those two already have stories for themselves elsewhere; pursuing them here would be a waste.

Full steam ahead for Sanae/Satori/Suika route, or any combination of those routes.
>> No. 87139
>>Satori route
>>Sanae route
>>Kaguya/Mokou route

WHERE IS THE ONI THREESOME ANONYMOUS
YOU SAID THERE WOULD BE ONI THREESOME

Of course, this is one of the few stories on THP in which a harem route actually seems feasible, so...
>> No. 87146
>>87123
>>87132
>>87133
>>87137
>>87139
Anon's targeting system is off.

I vote for a massive-dimensional harem where Hibiki somehow gains the ability to please 30+ girls after defeating Yukari in an epic game of strip-chess.
>> No. 87148
>ONI THREESOME

We're an Oni. That will happen regardless.
>> No. 87152
The people thinking in terms of "X route" or "Y root" or "X and maybe some Y on the side" are making a categorical mistake. Oni are traditionally characterized by a savage asceticism. They live in caves. Things they 'own' are that which they have won from others in contests, and for them the contest is as important as the stakes.

So take this as an example:
"Am I going steady with Judy, or does that fling with Nicole the other night mean I was cheating? But were going steady in the first place? Maybe we aren't, and that's why she hasn't said anything? And if we aren't, and she doesn't want to say we are, is there another man?"

This is not the kind of interior monologue we'll be seeing in the protagonist. An Oni's thoughts would be more genuinely related in a very different narrative conceit--the Morning-After Answering Machine Message.

BEEP. "Heeeey, Janey! Bitchin' party last night, huh? Listen, I got off the phone with Cass, and apparently they're throwing another one at Larry's--think it's his brother's 21st? So yeah, if you're up for it. Catch up with me or one them at school tomorrow if you're interested. Later!" END OF NEW MESSAGES.

For the Oni, it's usually the case that they think the more the merrier. And if and when he does come across relationship 'problems' he certainly won't be attacking it with math, so you silly children better get all thought of triangle, tesseract, and other relationship geometry out of your heads.
>> No. 87159
>>87152

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>> No. 87161
>>87159
I like you, and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter.
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>> No. 87168
>>87167
>>87166
>>87165
>>87164
>>87163

I'm not forgetting anyone, am I?
>> No. 87169
>>87168

Sigma
>> No. 87170
>>87168
Mima?
Sanae?
>> No. 87171
>>87168
Rika's ass.
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>>87170
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>>87170

>>87169
Don't have any Sigma pics, sad to say.
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>>87169
>>87171

Wait...
Found something.
>> No. 87185
Hmm, we also considered the possibility of going for Hina and/or Wriggle when we weren't with Mima or Satori. But then we met Tewi, and we quickly forgot that.
>> No. 87186
>>87185
>Wriggle
wat
>> No. 87193
>>87185
>>87186
Don't forget Cirno. We put our chocolate in her mouth~
Disturbing images intended.

Then there's Orin. I'd absolutely love an h-scene that involves her looking at us with disgust the entire time we're doing it.

There are the few light encounters we've had, with Reimu, Nitori, Komachi, Eiki, Chiyuri, Koishi and Youmu. Finally, there's Yukari and everybody that Mima pointed out to us when we first came here; Marisa, Alice, Aya, Remilia, Flandre, Akyu and Hina.

A little too much? Too bad. We've got a lot of ground to cover.
>> No. 87197
>>87193
So right now our goal is to...bang everybody with a vagina, and maybe some without?
>> No. 87199
>>87197
Works for me!
Although, it might be a good idea to actually get a little more exposure to them beyond a passing glance before truly deciding that would be a good idea. Mima's warning about the Scarlet sisters, for example, might just have been in our best interest after all.

...not like that will stop us, of course.
>> No. 87205
>>87199
>Scarlet sisters
I bet Remi's a devil in the sack.
>> No. 87292
>>87205
Oh you.
>> No. 87320
Okay, okay. Finally, finally. Here we go. New thread up soon.
>> No. 100077
>>99999