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Just a hikikomori who stares at her Dragon Quest & League all day. >.<

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Age : 19
Size : Ditto
Status: Heartless, I love seeing tragedy, it makes me happy for some reason ~

Animes I watch: Slayers, Mirumo, Doraemon, Konosuba, GINTAMAAA, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (My childhood),

Mangas: Yu-Gi-Oh (Bakura is HAWT), One Piece, Soul Eater, too much to count ~~

Games: Harvest Moon Back to Nature (Still single in that game...)

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Misako stepped onto the entrance of the arcade. The flickering lights from various screens, and the clutter of noises from the various cabinets were ever familiar to her like her kendo dojo. Exchanging for four arcade tokens, Misako sat beside one of the arcade cabinets, stretching out her wrists as she threw a token into the coin slot. With one slam of the yellow button, she started her game of Street Fighter. Four tokens, enough for the whole day, unless I get on a losing streak...
"I'll be carving up some spears, see you in the morning~" Janet walked away from the harbour. She was low on her javelin supplies, and there are plenty of scrap materials from the village . The catch is that she would be 'borrowing' them under the cover of the night.

Nonchalantly, Royse returned to her seat after her talk to Jarvis, placing her unfinished bag of crackers back on the table. She unstrung her bow, slouched on the desk for a quick nap. It has been a long day to and back from Crocus after all...

Kurokono sat beside the cabin's window, oiling his sword under the clear sunlight. A sword curved like a spine, spanning the same length of a Knight's longsword. The work of Kurokono's sword is one of a kind, a weapon like this doesn't exist normally, it is a sword from another world. Or as what Kurokono thinks as another timeline. I'm wrong, this isn't the Sengoku Jidai, its actually the Qin Dynasty, I've gotten the timeline wrongly...

He grimaced at the mention of 'honey'. That wasn't really a word one would say to a little sister like Aya. And Kurokono was very sure that she wasn't talking to a stranger like him. Perhaps some people have different orientations like le--...? He wiped the excess oil off his sword roughly, his eyes twitching at his effort to clear his stray thoughts away. Kurokono was glad that the girl with the Masculine name Avery wasn't his type. I'll offer a few prayers to the Buddha after this.... He chucked his sword back to the sheath, tying it up neatly.

"We're not bounty hunters, but I get what you're implying, you all will pay us later, personally I'm not into this job but majority wins I guess..." Janet looked at the crewmates reluctantly, letting out a sigh, as she approached the two pirates, "Another thing, since its a request from you all, both of you sleep on the decks, and do note that we'll plank you to the sharks if we feel like it."

"If you don't like how things goes, we're pirates, not saints..." Janet let out a smile, having a loose grasp on her undrawn javelin.

"Wait, she can talk to orcs... A human...?" Klaus gulped. She wasn't sure whether she was feeling puzzled or surprised. A human and orcs aren't supposed to be able to get along like that. Reon... Orcs being controlled are just gleeman's tales!
"No worries, I'm well awake after an afternoon nap." Janet snickered, until she saw someone who called themselves Phillip and Mack. Getting up from the boom of the harbour, the girl of the red scarf eyed at them cynically. Pirates who arrived like this in the middle of the battlefield, whether they are brave or stupid, I have no idea... "We don't work for free like this, not especially to strangers we don't trust. We might consider if you tell us your bounties at least, I'm Janet, three million." Janet's reply to the pirates were brief and straightforward, her remaining nine hundred thousand as rounded down, as she felt that her own bounty was too low to be important.
Janet gulped upon facing the villagers, after all she was the one who blew up most of the buildings of the village. She was glad that the blame was shifted to the pesky pirates.

"I'm Janet," She stated, laying against the walls of the harbor

"That quest didn't go so smoothly, Mithera had to explain to those Pesky Knights a bit on the bloodshed." Royse replied, grabbing a bite on her crackers. She doesn't like the Rune Knights personally, her unrefined manner of speech had gotten her into trouble over a number of occasions. "That's as much as I know of," Royse tied up her hair into a braid.
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