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"The same as always," Isana frowned as she said to herself before tucking her hands into her sleeves and turning towards the door.

"Such loyalty is admirable coming from you," she said in a sarcastic tone after listening to Shuro's dismissal of Soga's question.

"Either, even though I dislike to agree with the words of a delinquent, the only way to know what lies in someone else's heart is to ask them on your own," she said to the boy.

Her frown deepened with she heard their Instructor's lack of faith in their capabilities. However, she refrained to speak anything about that. If he thought they could "screw up" this mission, he shouldn't have given it to them in the first place. That said, Keiji's comment made it clear that not all of this lack of faith wasn't unwarranted.

"A warrior who has no confidence in his blade is as useless as a hammer that'll crack on the first blow. A battle is won or lost before it even begins, your lack of faith is the same as admitting defeat; a shame both to you and your opponent," she said.

"Anyway, we should get going already. We won't gain anything from standing around now that we are sure of what to do," Isana said as she left the club room after bowing one last time to their instructor.

The next train to the city's outskirts was going to wait for them if they weren't at the station when it arrived after all.

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You're not retconning anything as far as Shuro is concerned.


Of course I wouldn't. After all, she knows Isana better than anyone else.
I don't know why but the default mindset of the Hunters as an organization strikes me as basically the same as the Flame Hazes from Shakugan no Shana. Kill all 'em monsters first and ask questions later doesn't seen very smart when you are so prone to jump the gun as to declare perfectly harmless youkai to be ok to eliminate "if they fail to comply".

This isn't a criticism on the RP, mind you. It's just funny to see.

On an unrelated note, now that we are without a Youkai Hunter I kinda feel disappointed for not making the Kitsune one I thought earlier. Unless of course, I can retcon Isana into being that since the idea was exactly the same as the one I have up now + foxy bits when she doesn't have to worry about being seen by "normal humans".



"I want to see you act like this the next time you ask me to come over and clean your room," Isana said to Shuro after the other girl tried to dismiss her words.

She forgot their bickering in a moment however, after their instructor made their first mission of the semester known. Isana had heard the rumors about the irregular Youkai in the forest, through some of the templegoers. It seemed like it was yet a small business. Hopefully, they could stop it before it escalated into an actual problem.

"There's no need to bother with myself. The there's a train station right next to the nearest entry point of that part of the forest," Isana said.

"Either way, I don't think we should leave each on a whim. At least making sure we have each others' contact would be appropriate."
In Tower of Fable 10 days ago Forum: 1x1 Roleplay
The return to the bar was an unexpected reprieve for Sherry. As soon as the orange-haired girl found herself back on dry land she found that there was a letter addressed to her waiting over the bar counter. Apparently, it was some kind of invitation which she had to attend urgently.

"Hey, guys, I'm sorry but I guess that I gotta leave for a while. It seems that there's some family business I must deal with. I'll be back as soon as I can," she said as she took the way out, leaving the White Masks with one less member.

However, that wasn't going to last...


As soon as Sherry took her leave, another girl walked into the bar. She had an upbeat smile in her face while she pawed a pouch—clacking with the distinctive sound of gold coins—with a hand.

"Oh, hey! There's a lot of people here this time, you even got a new shopkeeper. Business must be going great, eh Kit Kat?" Clair said as she took a stool at the bar and placed the sack of coins over it. "I'll have one of the usual, please!" she said to the cat girl. Of course, the usual she asked about was nothing other than her favorite pineapple soda float with extra cream and cherry on top.

"Sorry for that, hehe!" Clair said as she turned around to face the other "patrons" while scratching the back of her head shyly. "The name's Clair, the greatest thief in the land. Nice to meet'cha!" she said, leaning against the counter as she waited for her order.

Meanwhile...


"Of course you wouldn't, dear. Harming the shopkeeper isn't going to do you any good, right?" Emilia—who was now wearing a newish-looking outfit—replied to Akiko as she set up shop inside of the left booth, leaving the right one still empty. Thanks to the Tower's mysterious properties the shop was much bigger on the inside than it looked to, or could feasibly, be.

"Now then, how about we set the past behind us?" the Dollmaker said, looking at Kanbaru and Rose. "All of you will find my services very worthy of your time and resources. Not only have I the best potions and trinkets you'll ever find. Furthermore, I can tune, modify, and even trade the cards that are your most beloved treasures."

"And, talking about cards, I have one here for the White Masks. A little token of their adventures through the World of Wasted Dreams. Short as they may have been, and despite not finding what you were meant to, your effort was not in vain," Emilia said as she drew a card from her grimoire and then teleported it in front of both Caprice and Lin.

"Wield her well. Lady Maria is as calm and collected as her undead countenance suggests. But, if you give her a chance, you'll find out that her Pandora's Box holds quite many spicy secrets," Emilia said, introducing the card as if she were an expert on it.

The return to the bar was an unexpected reprieve for Sherry. As soon as the orange-haired girl found herself back on dry land she found that there was a letter addressed to her waiting over the bar counter. Apparently, it was somekind of invitation which she had to attend urgently.

"Hey, guys, I'm sorry but I guess that I gotta leave for a while. It seems that there's some family business I must deal with. I'll be back as soon as I can," she said as she took the way out, leaving the White Masks with one less member.

However, that wasn't going to last...


As soon as Sherry took her leave, another girl walked into the bar. She had an upbeat smile in her face while she pawed a pouch—clacking with the distinctive sound of gold coins—with a hand.

"Oh, hey! There's a lot of people here this time, you even got a new shopkeeper. Business must be going great, eh Kit Kat?" Clair said as she took a stool at the bar and placed the sack of coins over it. "I'll have one of the usual, please!" she said to the cat girl. Of course, the usual she asked about was nothing other than her favorite pineapple soda float with extra cream and cherry on top.

"Sorry for that, hehe!" Clair said as she turned around to face the other "patrons" while sratching the back of her head shyly. "The name's Clair, the greatest thief in the land. Nice to meet'cha!" she said, leaning against the counter as she waited her order.

Meanwhile....


"Of course you wouldn't, my dear. Harming the shopkeeper isn't going to do you any good, right?" Emilia—who was now wearing a newish-looking outfit—replied to Akiko as she set up shop inside of the left booth, leaving the right one still empty. Thanks to the Tower's mysterious properties the shop was much bigger on the inside than it looked to, or could feasibly, be.

"Now then, how about we set the past behind us?" the Dollmaker said, looking at Kanbaru and Rose. "All of you will find my services veryworth of your time and resources. Not only have I the best potions and trinkets you'll ever find, also I can tune, modify, and even trade the cards that are your most beloved treasures."

"And, talking about cards, I have one here for the White Masks. A little token of their adventures through the World of Wasted Dream. Short as they may have been, and despite not finding what you were meant to, your effort was not in vain," Emilia said as she drew a card from her grimoire and then teleported it in front of both Caprice and Lin.

"Wield her well. Lady Maria is as calm and collected as her undead countenance suggests. But, if you give her a chance, you'll find out that her Pandora's Box holds quite a number of spicy secrets," Emilia said, introducing the card as if she were an expert on it.

"You don't need to worry about that. Mid-Childa style magic isn't lethal, but it doesn't mean it's harmless either. After taking two bombardment spells from point-blank range, I don't think that she's going to wake up anytime soon," Nanoha said to Youmu after being asked about whether or not she had any means of keeping the fish girl unconscious.

"And, if she wakes up and begins to cause trouble again..."

"Anyway, I guess that it's better to check the other reading now?" Nanoha asked as she ascertained that the other signal she picked up earlier continued to be stationary.

Things were getting pretty hectic pretty fast. Apparently, someone on HQ decided to allow the trigger happy guys to have it their way. Thankfully, there were no civilians around who could get hurt but there was still the problem of one of their comrades being in the GMG's grip—and Akari being right under her feet—when they decided to unleash hell.

"Well, I guess that I'll have to—Hey, what the!?" the young redheaded girl yelled as soon as buffeting winds, dust, and debris obscured her vision momentarily. However, from this close, she was able to see a blurry silhouette disappear into the same subway tunnels Akari used to arrive here, along with Utena.

"So, that's it huh?" Akari thought as she braced herself against the winds.

A moment later, after being asked whether or not anyone had seen what happened to the monster girl and Utena, Akari said over the radio, "Nope, I didn't see anything with all this dust here. Anyway, I'll be looking around and see if I can find anything on my end," before stepping into the subway.

Being this close to the action it didn't take long for Akari to find where Utena and a mysterious girl who kinda looked like the monster girl from before, in a way, were. She observed them silently, hidden behind a corner, noticing as Utena began to make her way away after whispering something to the green-haired girl.

Isana sighed and relaxed her shoulders as more and more of her peers began to filter into the room, at least until Shuro made herself known. Trying to instill a sense of discipline on them was going to be pointless but Isana was going to let a hooligan like Shuro get the best of her.

"Fine. I'll do it myself, then. I'll come early tomorrow and do it during the morning if I have to," she said as she realized that trying to clean this place while there were so many uncooperative people around wasn't going to work. Waking up early and coming to clean the room wasn't going to be a chore for her.

After giving up on her ideas of ordering the place, Isana took the seat at Shuro's side. "Don't think you've won just because of that. I just don't want to inconvenience anyone, if they aren't going to help," she said in a begrudging voice before turning around to face their instructor wondering how long he would wait until he spoke something.

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