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Current This was a good game.
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Rejoice
1 yr ago
Dapper old man, you weren't meant to be that good.
2 yrs ago
Of course. She'll be getting grails and so on when I can spare the QP for it.
2 yrs ago
For the first three: nothing. For the fourth: one pack. After that is when it took a while.

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Jack the Ripper


It would be wrong to say that Jack had wandered off too far, or even taken that long in searching for suitable clothing. After all, she only had to look for something that sort of matched Mother. That had been rather easy, too, though the white-haired girl had made straight for shorts. The idea of wearing something with long legs seemed a bit unfamiliar. And restrictive if she needed to cut someone.

Being assassin, she could just stand by a shelf and watch everyone talk without being detected and, when called, immediately stopped trying to hide, thrusting the acquired clothing in Yuriko's face. "We found some!"
I'll wait for everyone to take their books then, post last in this set.
Akari turned down the tea as politely as she could, apparently getting into a staring contest with the... water bottle in front of her. Much like the first two meetings of the club, Akari had arrived almost immediately after lessons had ended, eager to get away from the unfamiliar and unfortunately fragile people. It wasn't that she particularly wanted to be part of this club either, but between Tomoko and her mother there wasn't much choice.

Not that she entirely knew what to do. The class president seemed nice enough, as did the spider lady, but both of them felt slightly... odd to be around. Maybe that was just because they were youkai? It wasn't as if Akari had much experience with non-oni to know. Maybe she seemed just as odd, with her tiny un-onilike stature and barely-there horns. Though the spider lady didn't look much like a spider either.

"Ah, ya ain't wet?" she asked, looking at Tomoko as she burst in. No apparent umbrella and she was dry, huh...
Kaguya-hime


The princess looked at the image, thinking it looked familiar--and by the time Mana was squeezing the unfortunate Benienma, she'd realised. Servants tended to gather quite the following on those occasions they made their presence known directly... not that it was a huge number who were interested in that thing. So naturally, when Kaguya had been summoned and set to examining the modern internet, she had wound up keeping track of these figures.

So, unsurprisingly, she had seen that picture before. Along with a key piece of information that it seemed neither Benienma nor Suzuka's Master had realised in their look at the screen.

"Really, Suzuka-dono, should you not have told your Master when millions of people liked her thighs?" she asked, for all the world coming across as simply making a polite remark--and, rather than waiting for the response (after all, she'd be able to hear everything well enough), Kaguya moved over to the by-now staring staff at the counter.

Who definitely weren't expecting an order of "One of everything."




Saotome Hana


Nothing more liberating than the stretching of muscles...? From Berserker...? Was this some kind of strange threat? Was the seemingly cheerful girl going to snap and tear her limb from limb if she tried to get out of this torture? She really didn't want to take part, but there was... just no way that she wanted to be ripped apart by a super powerful historical warrior...

"W-What do you want me to do?"
Does anyone need more information about what's inside to post?
Kaguya-hime


The conversation as Benienma lead her into the fast food location was... well, calling it bizarre wouldn't be entirely correct. It was quite normal for people to discuss her in passing; almost expected even. That this Master was apparently worried about being eaten... had she worked out her original nature? That was an impressive achievement if that was the case, but on the other hand... if she ''had'' worked it out, then she should know that Kaguya was in no way likely to try and make her into a snack.

"Oh, I meant to come to this establishment from the outset," she said, having accompanied the apparent young girl inside. This... fox was Suzuka Gozen? Was something about her broken? The speech patterns, the outfit... well, history showed that she hadn't been the best at keeping to her assigned role anyway. Maybe it was just in her nature to incarnate improperly and cause trouble.

She gave the strange Servant and her Master a polite smile, introducing herself, "I am Princess Kaguya."
Low on spoons? It's actually forks I have a problem with...
  • Name: Ibaraki Akari
  • Age: 16
  • Gender: Female
  • Race: Oni
  • Appearance: She's definitely on the short side... and the completely flat side. Akari is one of those highschool students (technically) that everyone eagerly mistakes for a middle school student. At best.
  • Personality: Everyone expects an oni to be brash, confident (at least until defeated), and rowdy. At the very least you expect them to be loud or somehow aggressive. This is all completely untrue of Akari, who is happiest communicating with everyone via technology rather than in person, and would much like to be back in her room undisturbed. Even when you get past the extreme shyness by enough association or shared interests, she's still meek, worried about her own strength, and disturbingly skittish. With an extra irrational fear of samurai, which is definitely a bit odd for a girl who's worn traditional clothing every day of her life until she was forced to start attending school again.
  • Abilities: Akari is a shockingly powerful oni, for someone that has had no reason to exercise her natural abilities to any extent. Despite her unimposing physique, there are very few people who are going to be winning if it's simply a contest of pitting strength against one another. She's about as difficult to seriously injure; blunt force is mostly useless without some serious strength behind it, and simply cutting her often requires magical assistance or massive force. Plus, like her mother, if it's not cut off entirely it will doubtless heal fine, and losing limbs would be more of a (physical) inconvenience than life-threatening.
    Although she hasn't any practice at using it, Akari has inherited Ibaraki's affinity for Heat--not just heat in the direct sense, but heat as a driving force for changes. It's this affinity that led Ibaraki-douji so easily to shapeshifting, and allows for just reattaching missing body parts later.
  • Skills: None of any particular use! She's actually rather clumsy, which is bad because of the strength that comes from being an oni. This also extends to a tendency to trip on things and fall down stairs, though that's more disorienting and worrying for people watching rather than actually dangerous to Akari.
  • Equipment: "Mum said I should bring an iron club if something dangerous happens..." She also has a phone, "a little spending money" day to day--that is, enough money that anything of interest to a sixteen year old oni is fine--and a perfectly-accurate seeming ID that nevertheless claims Akari to be an adult, because oni and alcohol are inseparable. Obviously, the club is inappropriate for school.
  • Brief Backstory: As her name attests, Akari is closely related to the Ibaraki-douji. Extremely closely; Ibaraki is her mother and Akari doesn't have the faintest clue who her father is. This, in and of itself, makes her the closest thing a rowdy bunch like oni can have to royalty--and also, with the benefit of being born into an extremely small family that has had a thousand years of practice avoiding danger and past banditry, used to the wealth that implies.
    Akari spent most of her childhood in a very traditional home, essentially secluded from the non-supernatural world, and told all the supernatural stories one might expect. Of course, the viewpoint was skewed--the role of hero and villain constantly inverted, with the samurai and exorcists vilified for going after oni that were only acting according to their natural desires and compulsions. Given the obvious problems that a supernaturally strong child with some innate drive to prey on humanity could fall into, this also meant a distinct lack of school attendance.
    They moved to a more modern house, one actually positioned conveniently for school, when it was time for Akari to start middle school. After attending for a few days, she just... stopped, the ease with which she had accidentally hurt someone in sports and the pressure of pretending to be human--on top of her own limited experience with so many people--just overwhelming the young oni. Although she somewhat kept up with the schoolwork, a large amount of Akari's time has instead found itself devoted to popular entertainment--light novels, anime, and so on.
    Ibaraki is hardly someone one would expect to be an experienced parent... or skilled at addressing this in a manner more appropriate than "fight it out", which would hardly help in this situation, so she mostly left her be until it was time for high school--and made sure to get an exemption from gym classes this time. Akari isn't happy to be in school at all, but she's been roped into a club that seemingly won't let her just stay away... and at least there's no worry about accidentally hurting people in physical activities.
  • Name: Ibaraki Akari
  • Age: 16
  • Gender: Female
  • Race: Oni
  • Appearance: She's definitely on the short side... and the completely flat side. Akari is one of those highschool students (technically) that everyone eagerly mistakes for a middle school student. At best.
  • Personality: Everyone expects an oni to be brash, confident (at least until defeated), and rowdy. At the very least you expect them to be loud or somehow aggressive. This is all completely untrue of Akari, who is happiest communicating with everyone via technology rather than in person, and would much like to be back in her room undisturbed. Even when you get past the extreme shyness by enough association or shared interests, she's still meek, worried about her own strength, and disturbingly skittish. With an extra irrational fear of samurai, which is definitely a bit odd for a girl who's worn traditional clothing every day of her life until she was forced to start attending school again.
  • Abilities: Akari is a shockingly powerful oni, for someone that has had no reason to exercise her natural abilities to any extent. Despite her unimposing physique, there are very few people who are going to be winning if it's simply a contest of pitting strength against one another. She's about as difficult to seriously injure; blunt force is mostly useless without some serious strength behind it, and simply cutting her often requires magical assistance or massive force. Plus, like her mother, if it's not cut off entirely it will doubtless heal fine, and losing limbs would be more of a (physical) inconvenience than life-threatening.
    Although she hasn't any practice at using it, Akari has inherited Ibaraki's affinity for Heat--not just heat in the direct sense, but heat as a driving force for changes. It's this affinity that led Ibaraki-douji so easily to shapeshifting, and allows for just reattaching missing body parts later.
  • Skills: None of any particular use! She's actually rather clumsy, which is bad because of the strength that comes from being an oni. This also extends to a tendency to trip on things and fall down stairs, though that's more disorienting and worrying for people watching rather than actually dangerous to Akari.
  • Equipment: "Mum said I should bring an iron club if something dangerous happens..." She also has a phone, "a little spending money" day to day--that is, enough money that anything of interest to a sixteen year old oni is fine--and a perfectly-accurate seeming ID that nevertheless claims Akari to be an adult, because oni and alcohol are inseparable. Obviously, the club is inappropriate for school.
  • Brief Backstory: As her name attests, Akari is closely related to the Ibaraki-douji. Extremely closely; Ibaraki is her mother and Akari doesn't have the faintest clue who her father is. This, in and of itself, makes her the closest thing a rowdy bunch like oni can have to royalty--and also, with the benefit of being born into an extremely small family that has had a thousand years of practice avoiding danger and past banditry, used to the wealth that implies.
    Akari spent most of her childhood in a very traditional home, essentially secluded from the non-supernatural world, and told all the supernatural stories one might expect. Of course, the viewpoint was skewed--the role of hero and villain constantly inverted, with the samurai and exorcists vilified for going after oni that were only acting according to their natural desires and compulsions. Given the obvious problems that a supernaturally strong child with some innate drive to prey on humanity could fall into, this also meant a distinct lack of school attendance.
    They moved to a more modern house, one actually positioned conveniently for school, when it was time for Akari to start middle school. After attending for a few days, she just... stopped, the ease with which she had accidentally hurt someone in sports and the pressure of pretending to be human--on top of her own limited experience with so many people--just overwhelming the young oni. Although she somewhat kept up with the schoolwork, a large amount of Akari's time has instead found itself devoted to popular entertainment--light novels, anime, and so on.
    Ibaraki is hardly someone one would expect to be an experienced parent... or skilled at addressing this in a manner more appropriate than "fight it out", which would hardly help in this situation, so she mostly left her be until it was time for high school--and made sure to get an exemption from gym classes this time. Akari isn't happy to be in school at all, but she's been roped into a club that seemingly won't let her just stay away... and at least there's no worry about accidentally hurting people in physical activities.
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