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Baring the semi-light body of your classmate over your shoulders you drag her into a duffel bag, stuffing her legs and arms inside as the bag easily tightens up, the body is bigger than it can hold. Regardless, you make it fit, but the imprints from inside can still show a resemblance of a teenage girl.

You check one last time, zipping the bag down just enough so the body won't fly out for you to redo the whole frustrating task of stuffing it inside again. The heavy bruising on her neck still shows: deep purple with a hint of brown. Her eyes still glassy, unmoving and still, dead as a fish.

Clear of regret you stop observing the now deceased, closing the bag up once more and heaving it unto your back. The weight was heavier now that the body is hanging, suspended within a cheap coffin. You leave the classroom, and to out, the school.

It was way past night. The plan only worked because the girl mistook the letter you have given her as a confession of love. Not only that, she mistook it for your brother. The soles of your shoes give out a muffled sound akin to her yelps. Around you was an empty sidewalk that leads to your street, but that thought was shrouded by your pondering state, furthering adding to the silence in the night.

You are Nawakubi Hanano, and you have killed your fellow peer out of sick love for your brother who's ignorant of your actions. Now before I come, may I ask about you?

> Average looking, glasses, black eyes and hair that are tied into two braids
> Outstandingly beautiful, green eyes, and wavy blonde hair
> Tomboyish, black eyes, abnormally sharp teeth, and short white hair
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>>2956871
Kinda wanna go for the bishi, but sharkteeth? wtf. Let's see where this goes

> Tomboyish, black eyes, abnormally sharp teeth, and short white hair
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>>2956871
>Average looking, glasses, black eyes and hair that are tied into two braids
Completely unremarkable, almost a non-entity. Perhaps no wonder then that he never noticed our attentions.
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>>2956871
>> Outstandingly beautiful, green eyes, and wavy blonde hair
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>>2956871
> Tomboyish, black eyes, abnormally sharp teeth, and short white hair
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>>2956896
This
>>
haha, yeah they all have their own appeal.

From the title name, I'm curious as to whether this is some kind of thriller from a yandere perspective, or if its mahoushoujo, or what it is
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>>2956887
>>2956899

>>2956896
>>2956901

Waiting for tie breaker
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>>2956919
blonde
if im gonna be a edgy yandere I don’t want to actually look edgy
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>>2956928
lol, fair point.
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>>2956928
How is the tomboy edgy? If anything she has the description of a great white shark....

>>2956871
>>2956899
Switching to
> Outstandingly beautiful, green eyes, and wavy blonde hair
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>>2956976
are you saying sharks are not edgy?
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>>2956984
No they're not. I'm still switching votes due to me being paranoid about that leading us to be a youma or some shit.
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>>2956896
>>2956901
>>2956928
>>2956976
> Outstandingly beautiful, green eyes, and wavy blonde hair

No one would believe of such a girl to be like this. After all, that soft, gentle demeanor could never hurt a fly.

You have all the perfect qualities of a woman, everything that a man needs, and most importantly, wants. But you do not want any other. For every time a boy confesses to you behind the school or at the the roof in the afternoon you always turn them down, hiding the disdain towards each one of them. And for every "why?" you answer "I'm not ready yet".

Girls alike admire you as well. They're not as dirty as the perverse ball of hormones that approach you every day. However, there's a few that gets on your nerves....but it's better not to think about them. After all, you have your hands full with one pest.

Going through the day is a struggle at every moment. If it wasn't for your brother, the thought, the fantasy, you would probably be a NEET. His impression takes priority.

Nawakubi: "Eiji, big sister will be a bit late than expected."

You whisper to yourself, your right shoulder becoming numb to the burdensome bag.

Interesting you are. Been watching you for a while now for a special recruit...You'll make the queen happy.

There are many things that you can't tell Eiji. God knows what will happen, just thinking about it causes you to recede and talk to yourself; chuckling maliciously under the guise of an innocent yet lovely girl.

> You always keep Eiji on sight. The moment he's taken is the end for you.
> You have several boxes, filled to the brim with pictures of Eiji
> You watch him sleep at night through a small peephole you've made since your rooms are next to each other
> Write-in
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>>2956989
sharks are like an edgelords go to sea life though. the only fish edgier is piranhas.
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>>2956993

>All three.
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>>2956993
>write-in
>you have a doll made in Eiji’s likeness. You stuffed it with hairs you found of his. You carry it with you always.
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>>2956993
>You bugged his electronic equipment so you know where he is at any single waking hour of the day
We NSA-Chan now.
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>>2956993
Seconding >>2957000, and also all three default choices.

Except the peephole has been upgraded to a suite of hidden cameras, and the pictures have slowly been migrated to a secure digital storage.
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>>2956993
> You always keep Eiji on sight. The moment he's taken is the end for you.
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>>2957000
>>2957004

It took a while to make sense of the technology used but you eventually figured out to bug Eiji's phone. It proved useful since you can find him at anytime you want, not that you already know where he always is.

There's also the suite of cameras that you built into the walls of his bedroom. Yours was directly next to him so the effort was much easier than it had to be. Since then, you've compiled a massive data storage of pictures of Eiji on every angle; whenever he's sleeping, changing clothes, or doing his homework. Millions of shots within a secure digital box.

Eiji's a year behind you at age 16 while you're 17; being the older sister you carried out the tasks that came with it, watching and helping him at every turn since you were young. And you loved each second.

"Where should I put this? I shouldn't run into anybody if I avoid downtown." (Nawakubi)

> Find a trashcan within one of the alleyways
> Dump the bag into a river
> Toss it wherever, you can't wait to get home
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>>2957045
>Find a trashcan within one of the alleyways.
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>>2957045
>Dump the bag into a river
Throw some heavy rocks in the bag tie it off.
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>>2957051
i like this
>>
>not being a qt3.14 tomboy
I want to fucking puke
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>>2957045
>>2957051
This
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>>2957061
Drink some ipecac and then after a bit eat some saltine crackers with a glass of water, you'll feel better in a while.
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>>2957103
Drink water change your socks.
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>>2957051
>>2957058
>>2957071
>Dump the bag into a river

Crouching down carefully to pick up a few rocks heavy enough to weight the duffel bag down, you navigate through the neighborhood until you find a bridge that crossed over a river. The sizeable stream hummed of flowing water, nothing to you but a calming melody to many. Now, this is a grave.

"Sorry, Eri, we could've been friends. You just accidentally showed me how dangerous you are to Eiji." (Nawakubi)

Talking to the corpse that has yet to decompose, you stuff in the rocks so they act as an anchor. The river should be able to hide the body for a while if not forever, the deep water being enough to conceal the bag.

"One, two, three." (Nawakubi)

Tipping the duffel bag over the railings you watch it splash and sink, going down without a trace. You peek about the waters just in case there was some chance of visibility, quitting after a moment's try as the river has swallowed the corpse.

"Hello there." (???)

A voice sounded from the silence, almost otherworldly. It had a hum to it, somewhat like a low growl that a dog makes when a stranger crosses its owner's house. Yet, it was man. You froze the second you heard it; a witness? It'll be a hassle and you don't know what to do with another body.

> Turn around
> Attack
> Run
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>>2957111
> Turn around
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>>2957111
> Attack
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>>2957111
>Attack
We need to be more careful in the future; witnesses are always bad news.
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>>2957179
>>2957183
>Attack

Snapping around your body you pulled out an unused box cutter towards your target. You miss, the figure easily dodging your blade with a simple side-step. Raising your hand again to cut the person you stop immediately, your face draining of color when you gazed upon the sudden figure.

It looked reptilian, a tall being that easily towered over you by just casually standing. Its surface looked smooth, bleached white to which its blood vessels showed. It had no eyes, nor ears, only a long slit that lined its snout that showed a smile of a hundred sharp teeth. Below to the torso was an odd pair of shorts, tied with a rope to keep it up. The feet jetted backwards.

"Hehaha, spooky huh? I've been watching you for a very long time now." (???)

> Attack again
> Run
> Ask what it is
> write-in
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>>2957193
>Ask what it is
>"What do you mean 'I've been watching you'? How? Why?"
Play along and extract information before we silence it.
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>>2957193
>Ask what it is
>"What do you mean 'I've been watching you'? How? Why?"
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>>2957202
>>2957226
these I doubt we can outrun it
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>>2957202
>>2957226
>>2957234

You face contorts into antipathy, looking at the thing head on to where its eyes should be.

"What are you?" (Nawakubi)

"Oh, do forgive me I forgot to introduce myself. I am Albilio." (??? > Albilio)

"What do you mean by 'I've been watching you'? How? Why?" (Nawakubi)

You edge closer to the monstrous salamander, the box cutter aimed at its chest but held in position till further consequence.

"All I can say to you is that I'm good at hiding in many places. As for why, I've been sent to monitor you; a mission for recruitment. There's a certain someone who's been having complication with another certain group of individuals and is seeking ways of help to get rid of those pest, pest like the one you've dunked into this river. You have shown to have qualities deemed helpful in her endeavor and so I implore, come with me. I'll do my best to keep you alive if you comply." (Albilio)

The thing then bowed, his right arm under its chest and its left arm drawn out like a butler.

> "I have a brother to get back to, how long will this even last?"
> "Who is this 'certain someone'?"
> "I'll...come. Do anything funny and I'll sink this blade into you."
> write-in
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>>2957279
>"Who is this 'certain someone'?"
>"And what happens if I don't? Right now is a bad time for me; I've got a busy schedule, as you should know if you've been watching me so closely."
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>>2957279
> "I have a brother to get back to, how long will this even last?"
> "Who is this 'certain someone
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>>2957279
>> "Who is this 'certain someone'?"
>And what's this about 'keeping me alive'? If you've been watching me, then you know I don't care about anything like that. Now leave- I have a brother to get back to.

Brother is everything. Brother is all.
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>>2957332
>Anon getting into the right mindset.
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>>2957294
>>2957329
>>2957332

"Who is this 'certain someone'?" (Nawakubi)

"That, I cannot tell, only when you agree to come with me." (Albilio)

You squint your eyes at him, the moonlight illuminating the sky when the clouds parted.

"How long will this even last? And what's this about 'keeping me alive'? If you've been watching me then you know I don't care about anything like that. Leave - I have a brother to get back to right now." (Nawakubi)

Albilio sighs, scratching the tip of his head and looking up to the moon, looking back down to you.

"If you say so. Would be pretty horrible if your brother kept on visiting another girl." (Albilio)

The monstrous salamander's grinned farther, putting up his arms in defeat to drive the point across. You couldn't believe what he had said; Eiji, with another girl?! When?!

> "Say that again!"
> "That's a lie!"
> "Who?! Who is it?!"
> "...Fine."
> write-in
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>>2957412
>"Say that again one more time and no god or demon will protect you from me."
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>>2957412
>>2957430
This sounds good
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>>2957430
>>2957412
This is pretty much perfect
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>>2957430
>>2957439
>>2957517

"Say that again one more time, there won't be any god nor demon that will protect you from me." (Nawakubi)

"Hehehehahaha! Yes, how exciting; it is true. Your brother Eiji has been with a few girls. Does this catch your attention now? My boss can offer you a deal that's most beneficial between the two of you, as was the goal of my mission." (Albilio)

Eyes blank, the emerald color of yours become flat and devoid of shade. How can this even happen? You go to the same high school so there shouldn't be any way for you to not know that Eiji has been hanging out with some girl. He's usually with his guy friends most of the time; not to mention that this salamander said that there was a few girls with him now. Few. Few?! That's one too many - the only one should be me! His caring big sister!

Plunging down the blade you try to at least graze the monster's skin but just like last time he gets out of the way easily; you slash at the air where he used to be, now behind you with a mocking smile, his hands behind his back like some sophisticated gentleman. Again, you twist around your torso to the right, cutting nothing but air. Repeatedly, Albilio plays around your assault, dancing on the rails.

"Don't be so mad, Nawakubi, that expression doesn't suit you. Please, I implore again, come. I give an opportunity." (Albilio)

He looks onto your exhausted state; bending downward you stood still to regain your breath, both eyes on the otherworldy figure. You weren't the most physically adept and it's clearly taking its toll.

> "...Fine, I'll go."
> "Mad? I'm not mad."
> "Stay still!"
> "Do I even have a choice at this point. I'll come if you tell me who they are."
> write-in
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>>2957542
>"Tell me...tell me TELL ME! I don't care what I have to do but tell me who's ruining Onee-san's life without him realizing it! I have to fix it!"

Man, winding a Yandere around your little finger can be stupidly easy.
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>>2957542
>"What will happen if I say no?"
He's trying to get under our skin, either that or he'll plan on mindfucking our little brother to force us to join, either way he's going to have to come from a different approach and actually TRY to get us to come over, because as far as we're concerned he's a used car salesman trying to sell us a lemon.
>>
...wait, did I get the honorific right, or was it 'onee-chan'? I think I did.
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>>2957542
>"What will happen if I say no?"
>>2957553
I think it's with an i instead of e
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>>2957542
>”I’ll take this opportunity then, as long as you promise to tell me who they are so I can remove them”

lets play along for now. We can find a way to dispose of this disgusting creature after we figure out who those girls are.
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>>2957562
What happens if this thing's boss binds the thing's soul to us? Or makes it so that we can't do anything about it?
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>>2957588
we don’t know anything what are you even talking about
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>>2957590
If we don't know anything, how do we know that the thing in front of us is real and not a part of imagination?
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>>2957550
>>2957558

"What will happen if I say no?" (Nawakubi)

"Then it's your loss. Have fun being unable to keep your brother without resorting to get caught by the police. The girl whom you killed may be found sooner than you expect since her parents should be trying to find her by now. And trust me, hiding a corpse in a river is a good idea but it won't help in the long run. What if a person manages to pierce through the dark veil of the water's floor and see the bag with a hand sticking out, what if the bag itself drains somewhere only for a person to open it due to curiosity. There's also the fact that she told her friends about the little letter you slipped into her locker, saying that it's from your brother. My boss can arrange something where these possibilities are impossible." (Albinio)

> "Shut up! There's no way that will happen. Eiji and I are fated!"
> "I get it, I get it! I'll go. Only because I need to fix it. Eiji won't be stolen by me!"
> Stay silent
> write-in
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>>2957611
> "I get it, I get it! I'll go. Only because I need to fix it. Eiji won't be stolen by me!"
>>
>>2957611
>> "I get it, I get it! I'll go. Only because I need to fix it. Eiji won't be stolen from me!"
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>>2957611
>"Very well, it appears that you have me in a place where I cannot do anything about..."
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>>2957611
Changing this
>>2957621
To this
>>2957625
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>>2957611
> "I get it, I get it! I'll go. Only because I need to fix it. Eiji won't be stolen by me!"
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>>2957623
>>2957658

>>2957625
>>2957642

Need tie breaker.

Going to sleep.
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>>2957694
Night QM
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>>2957623
>>2957621
+1
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>>2957623
>>2957658
>>2958084

(Nawakubi) I get it, I get it! I'll go. Only because I need to fix it. Eiji won't be stolen by me!"

(Albilio) "Good, I'm glad that we've finally reached to an agreement. Don't fret, all will come with good fortune once you meet my boss."

Albilio jumps of the railing, landing with but a faint sound that was almost quieter than the impact of a falling feather. Motioning his right arm he then spoke through a language thought incomprehensible by you; a flash of purple light was produced in front of him and what revealed to be was a circle. The shapes within it were geometrical, mysterious writings that was too unknown. Stepping inside, Albilio then ushers you in with him, lending out a hand for you to take. Confused, reluctant, and seething at the same time you ignore his gentle offer and step in as well, the circle's contents beginning to spin. Another glow of purple light appeared, masking the surroundings that was outside of the circle. Soon, you found yourself in a unfamiliar place.

You were now transported within a room; built with the upmost care, it was designed in a regal fashion. You seem to find yourself in a mansion.

Looking out of the window behind you, draped in a dark red curtain to which you pull them apart, the area was now a forest than a suburban environment. Albilio himself looked pleased to your perplexity, opening the only door within the room and bowing again.

(Albilio) "This way, it's best not to keep her waiting."

(Nawakubi) "Where are we?"

Albilio) "Here is my queen's household, planted and built under the trees. We are a bit for from your home but I assure you, this place is in walking distance if you look hard enough. The cover of the canopy is a great veil for the unsuspecting."

> "That thing you did - the flash of lights and that circle. What was it?"
> "I'll ask again, what are you?"
> "Eiji's probably lonely right now...This better be quick."
> write-in

Will come back at around 3:00 pdt.
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>>2958148
>Say nothing, and just follow with a stonecold face, and bitterness in the heart
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>>2958148
>Say nothing, and just follow with a stonecold face, and bitterness in the heart
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>>2958148
>Say bothing and follow him.
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>>2958148
This update has a lot of really odd wording, plus things like that 'for' that should be a 'far'. Maybe it's just me.

>>2958154
>>2958173
This is fine.
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>>2958154
>>2958173
>>2958319
>>2958323

Turning from the window your face retreats to a blank expression, stone cold with a nasty bitterness in your heart. You enter from out of the room while ignoring the creature, going down the dark wooded hall.

Albilio catches up behind you, going in front of you to navigate the unfamiliar mansion. The whole place emanated a weird feel, like you knew something but couldn't put a finger on it. The structure continued to give no help to this question as it was inanimate; decorated with vintage items with some looking more archaic than the other.

At the corner of your eye a blip of blackness peeked around a corner. Albilio, noticing that you've slowed down came to it. He said something in a hushed voice, too low for you to hear; returning back to you he then resumed the tour.

(Albilio) "Pay no mind to that. Some of us can be a bit nosy."

> Stay silent
> "Says the spying amphibian. Don't get so friendly now that I know that you've been watching me."
> "I don't care, just get moving."
> Try to cut Albilio again
> write-in
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>>2958810
> Stay silent
>>
>>2958810
>Stay silent
>>
>>2958810
> Stay silent

I'm kinda digging this stone cold killer vibe we've got so far. Probably works better on the bishi too, than it would have on the tomboy
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>>2958841
>>2958843
>>2958923

You stay silent, only following him.

In the next corner, a staircase went down to what looks to be the foyer of the whole mansion. A glass window that was placed high on the front wall lets in the faint light of the moon, the branches of tall trees poking at the edge. In the ceiling, a giant chandelier that was kept off, adding more to the dark atmosphere.

Down to the first floor you then enter through two doors under the stairs, the ones from seconds ago, and into another maze-like hallway. Three paths that it branched: to the right, left, and to the front, easily confusing to one such as you who. But this was nothing to Albilio however, going straight down the first hall in front of him, paying ignorance to the countless other doors.

Every bit of the way there was something around the corner, a small whisper, or an eye that appeared then disappeared once you blinked. Unnerved, you guide you mind to other things, playing along with Albilio's current state and keeping head away from the corners that may harbor...something.

You arrive in front of a pair of glass doors. The translucency kept you from seeing the other side but you can make out a clear outline of a garden. Albilio opens the door to the outside, waiting for you to go through first. The unclear garden was now revealed of its contents; hedges lined the perimeter, beds and bushes of types flowers blooming in ripe fashion. Nonetheless, the attention was stolen by a marble table with chairs of the same material. There, a woman sat in one of the open seats, leering at you.

(Albilio) "Welcome to my queen's courtyard. Impressive it is, the flowers are especially pretty at this time of night. Do meet her right away, but please note, I'll sink my claws into you if you try to climb the steel fence. I'm not one to hold something against another - don't make yourself the first person to do so."

For a moment, you were stuck in place, studying the woman by the white stone table. Tensing yourself you then approach her, taking the last remaining seat.

Her hair was beautifully white, reaching down to a full body's length. She had eyes colored with a dark purple, similar in shade with the glowing circle from moments before, and a poise that showed power. The woman studied you as well but with a more analytic effort, her eyes scanning you from top to bottom. Albilio joined the both of you, standing by a little ways far.

> Wait for her to speak first
> "Tell me why I'm here."
> "Who are you."
> "Give me a reason why I shouldn't try to kill you."
> write-in
>>
>"i've come as you wanted. Tell me why I'm here".

It seems clear that we cant do anything about this situation, so let's play along..
I dont think im gonna like her, but that's no reason to self destruct by acting hostile or such
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>>2959027
>"i've come as you wanted. Tell me why I'm here".
>>2959055
True, but always have a plan to kill everyone you meet.
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>>2959074
Agreed, especially for this protagonist. But for now, im getting the vibe that the lizard alone is way above our lvl..
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>>2959096
considering how easily he sidestepped us and the fsct that hes a giant lizard yeah no surprise here. He isn’t a teenage girl like our other victim.
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>>2959055
>>2959074
>>2959096

(Nawakubi) "I've come as you wanted. Tell me why I'm here."

(???) "Right away to the point? No matter, it'll just speed things up nicely. You're here because I want you to get rid of a thorn in my side. And it just so happens that you are the best candidate for the job. Hanano Nawakubi, I am Morgan le Fay, and I want you to be a magical girl to get rid of other magical girls."

The woman smiled, her eyes turning from a deep purple and into a scarlet red. The whistling of the wind now accompanied the stagnant air, awaiting for you to answer.

> "I can believe you this much. The lizard is more than enough proof to believe in...'magical girls'. But how am I to do this exactly?"
> "Tell me. How am I the best candidate for you?"
> "Magical girl? Like the ones I used to watch as a kid?"
> write-in
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>>2959127
>He isn’t a teenage girl like our other victim.
For now! We should use the magic power that we will inevitably get to turn him into a cute little girl and strangle her while staring at her newfound eyes. We will be the first to gaze into her soul, violating her privacy in a manner the she didn't even considered possible before. So is the fate of every eyesore that distract us from Eiji.

>>2959169
> write-in
"Magical girl" can be a very broad term for those that are unaware of its... reality. I need a quick rundown about the details of this specific "'magical girl system" before committing. I may have too many misconceptions about it.
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>>2959169
>Fine. But how does this benefit me?
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>>2959169
>"Before we get into the details: what reason do I have to believe that you'll hold up your end of the bargain, that you aren't hiding any information from me that would affect my decision, or that you won't similarly dispose of me once I'm no longer useful?"
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>>2959169
>"You're going to have to be explaining this in detail."
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>>2959169
> "Tell me. How am I the best candidate for you?"
Also please
> write-in
"Magical girl" can be a very broad term for those that are unaware of its... reality. I need a quick rundown about the details of this specific "'magical girl system" before committing. I may have too many misconceptions about it.
>>
We're trying to make sure that we don't get Makoda'd?
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>>2959190
>>2959203

(Nawakubi) " 'Magical girl' can be a very broad term for those that are unaware of its... reality. I need a quick rundown about the details of this specific "'magical girl system' before committing. I may have too many misconceptions about it."

(Morgan) "Thorough with your questions are you? Well then, a 'magical girl' is a girl who has obtained magical power through various means: contracts, training, or just being born with the ability. However, these capabilities aren't limited to the opposite sex. We just call males by the traditional term, wizards. Additionally, the original term for 'magical girl' was witch. The world of magic is only known to very few people, and as such, the practice of magic has been lost in modern times."

(Nawakubi) "Then tell me, how am I the best candidate for you?"

The woman laughs, hiding her mouth with her palm.

(Morgan) "Excuse me. To be clear, you are one of the very rare people to have an abundant amount of magical energy. A point of envy for many. With just one push, you'll be as powerful as two or even three witches...Maybe enough to keep your little dear brother forever~"

> "R-Really?"
> "Are you offering that possibility?!"
> Stay silent
> write-in
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>>2959282
Or Uta Kata'd, fail a cosmic test and get our brother killed.
Or get an alter ego like in BRS or Figure 17, and she NTR us.
This can get much worse than madoka.
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>>2959297
>"Do you have any evidence to back up these claims of yours? Because witch or not, if I find out you're /lying/ to me on this, I /will/ find a way to make you pay."
>>
>>2959297
>How many Magical Girls do I need to kill? For how long will I be in your debt?
>>
>>2959305
I hadn't even heard of those. Yikes.

>> "R-Really? Wait, how do I know that you aren't lying?"
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>>2959297
>As nice as keeping my brother with me sounds, what is the catch? Nothing is free on this Earth and i don't think you are the exception.
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>>2959334
Supporting
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>>2959365
This is also good too.
>>
On a side note, i like that we are going with the femme fatale /cold and calculating sociopath route
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>>2959334
>>2959369
>>2959365
>>2959376


(Nawakubi) "As nice as keeping my brother with me sounds, what is the catch? Nothing is free on this Earth and I don't think you are the exception. For how long will I be in your debt? How many girls do I need to kill?"

(Morgan) "I am a woman of promise. This will be most beneficial for us; a certain group of magical girls has been defying my every move of reviving Mordred. Kill or apprehend them, and in turn, you'll be able to do anything that your heart desires. I know of your love and the lengths you go."

> "Why do you want to revive this Mordred?"
> "Yes, I love Eiji very much. I'll do anything to preserve our fate together."
> "I understand the gist. I accept, but only because to keep Eiji safe."
> write-in
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>>2959402
> "I understand the gist. I accept, but only because to keep Eiji safe."

Alright, let's get this plot in motion.
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>>2959402
>Fine, as long as this Mordred being wont threaten my brother or myself, i agree.
>>
>>2959402
> "I understand the gist. I accept, but only because to keep Eiji safe."

We don't care much about the why's. Gibe Onii.
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>>2959435
This.
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>>2959455
We have to be smarter than that if we want to have our brother in our clutches for a loooong time.
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>>2959402
Switching from
>>2959428
To
>>2959455
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>>2959435
>>2959455
>>2959457
>>2959519

(Nawakubi) "I understand the gist of it. If this Mordred won't be a threat, then I agree, only because to keep Eiji safe."

(Morgan) "That's great! All we have to do is amplify your magical energy."

Morgan gets out of her chair, the marble grating against the clean pavement with a forced sound. She tells you to stand up as well and come to her; Initially hesitant, you do, Morgan creating a pair of circles with characteristics very much like the one Albilio used.

With one swift motion, Morgan then sinks her hands into your chest, the sensation of something inside you coursing through your body. You became dazed, constantly changing from hot to cold, happy to sad, crazy to sane, the slew of emotions and motives driving down your veins like a highway. Soon a pain emerges, inhabiting your ability to scream. A feel of intense burning deep within you.

Morgan wrenches her hands out from where she put them, the pain immediately going away without and lingering feel. Conscious again, you were about to give her a piece of your mind but another sensation came over you, way different from the brief hell that you experienced.

Your body becomes cloaked in light, changing into...

> A suit of black armor
> A pirate captain's clothes
> A formal military uniform
> A frilly black dress
>>
>>2959601
>> A frilly black dress

Come on, we gotta keep SOME things traditional. Besides, it's classy.
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>>2959601
> A formal military uniform
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>>2959601
>A frilly black dress with gold accents.
We need to play our glamorous part too.
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>>2959601
> A formal military uniform
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>>2959601
>A frilly black dress with gold accents. With a majestic military longcoat that has dark blue accents.

I like longcoats.
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>>2959646
I'd be fine with dress + longcoat.
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>>2959614
>>2959629
>>2959646

...A frilly black dress with a military coat.

Both pieces of clothing had golden accents, insinuating a royal presence of an army. Soft and silken to the touch, the dress contrasted with the hard leather that carried a slight weight, but styled in a perfect fashion nonetheless. The coat's sleeves hanged from your shoulders, the wind blowing them back. Looking at yourself you made a comparison between you and the cosplayers online, often come across them to research Eiji's interest.

Thrice; a third sensation came, but at my hands. Looking down, something was materializing inside my palm, a light building itself from thin air and into a shape.

(Morgan) "Every magical girl has a catalyst - a tool of sorts to use magic. Others, like me, and those who follow the traditional path don't use one; I've been around for a long time to master the art."

Listening to Morgan's explanation you turned attention to the masked shape that's within your hand...

> A sword
> A spear
> A bow
> A stave
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>>2959814
>A warscythe.

Or something else, I dunno. Something that speaks to our cold-blooded yandere-y nature.
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>>2959814
>A Colt 1911
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>>2959817
>>2959814
>Twin Colt 1911s
I want to gun kata my heart out.
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>>2959814
Ha. I read "stave" as "slave" at first.

>A Spear
The King of Weapons for the Queen of Black Hearts.
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>>2959814
> A spear
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>>2959824
>Fuck yeah!
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>>2959814
>Twin colts 1911
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>>2959817
>>2959824
>>2959837

Funny, thought about putting an option for pistols.
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>>2959842
It makes sense since we're a more tech savvy Yandere.
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>>2959842
If we are going to go with a MG assassin, we should look distinct from the rest
>>
Okay, before I forget.

Liking this so far. The opening characterization was strong, setting is familiar enough. There's a couple of things I'd critique about it, though.

1: You're flipping between second-person (You do X) and first person (I do X). You need to pick one and stick with it. I'd recommend second-person, more common, better immersion.

2: You don't need to preface every piece of dialogue with (Character). A smart rule of thumb is 'Only make a new paragraph/line when someone other than the first speaker of the paragraph starts taking an action.' Doing that, plus prefacing it with a minor action that the character does before they start speaking, such as:

>Morgan smiles at you, a thin yet confident expression. "Every magical girl has a catalyst - a tool of sorts to use magic. Others, like me, and those who follow the traditional path don't use one; I've been around for a long time to master the art."

See how that kinda naturally infers who's speaking? Reads less stilted, less like a play script where you're mentally taking on the name before every line. You can also notify who's speaking mid or post sentence, simply like:

>"Every magical girl has a catalyst," Morgan explains. "A tool of sorts to use magic...."

or

>""Every magical girl has a catalyst - a tool of sorts to use magic. Others, like me, and those who follow the traditional path don't use one; I've been around for a long time to master the art." After her explanation, Morgan smiles.

Generally I'd recommend notifying who's speaking before or during the actual dialogue- you don't want readers to wonder who's speaking for too long without taking them out of the flow of things. But any of those three methods work.

Keep it up! It's cool to see new quests like this get an audience. So long as the writing quality improves, and you're good at describing locales and actions, I think this will be a real winner.
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>>2959842

>>2959874
Will take note

Katyusha
- A pair semi-automatic pistols that shoots bullets made of pure magical energy
- Roaring Love Song of Soldiers: Create a giant magic circle that shoots a continuous barrage of magical bullets.

Within both of Nawakubi's hands were two pistols, sharing the same color palette with her current clothes. Morgan's face showed an impressed look, scanning her again and smiling profusely at the development-- no, she was exceedingly happy. Nawakubi, still dazed, perhaps from the side-effects of Morgan's abrupt actions, thought to herself. "A magical girl..." Nawakubi said in her mind, having conflicting images between the romanticized idea of one and yourself.

"Interesting indeed, very grandiose compared to the young and lively costumes of other magical girls," Morgan commented, breaking the silence. "But I suppose it does fit a person of such a twisted personality."

> "Can I go home now. I'm getting antsy, and keeping me here from Eiji is going to drive me nuts.
> "Tell me, who are the people that you want me to get rid of. The sooner I can get this done, the better."
> "Twisted? It's called love."
> Shoot your guns and test them out.
> write-in
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>>2959903
> "Twisted? It's called love."
> "Now tell me, who are the people that you want me to get rid of. The sooner I can get this done, the better for both of us."
>>
>>2959903
>"I don't suppose you have a spot I can test these shooters with?"
>>
>>2959903
...and now you started using THIRD-person perspective.

Okay, just for note:

>First-person: "I'm going to the store."
>Second-person: "You (the MC) are going to the store."
>Third-person: "Nawakubi is going to the store."

It gets confusing REALLY quickly if you keep flip perspectives, no matter WHAT'S happening. You need to stick to one, in ALL aspects.
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>>2959923
And this isn't even getting into past/present tense, which you're also flipping between. Read over your entries a couple of times before you post them, figure out how you want to say WHAT you want to say.
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>>2959923
>>2959927

Ah, okay. Noted twice.
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>>2959903
> "Tell me, who are the people that you want me to get rid of. The sooner I can get this done, the better."
> "Twisted? It's called love."
>>
>>2959903
> "Twisted? It's called love."
> "Now tell me, who are the people that you want me to get rid of. The sooner I can get this done, the better for both of us."

Forgot to actually vote.
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>>2959911
>>2959986
>>2959992


"Twisted? It's called love. Now tell me, who are the people that you want me to get rid of. The sooner I can get this done, the better for the both of us," you say, staring down the witch.

"Love is always twisted, it just depends on which is more twisted than the other, but I digress. The group in question are a couple of girls about your age, four members in all, and had confronted me ever since they found out what I'm doing - as previously stated. Albilio here tried to scout out some more information but he only managed to get one very important piece of intelligence before he ran into them himself."

"Then tell. There's no use in withholding it from me," you command impatiently.

Morgan waves her hand down playfully, "Settle down now. It just so happens that they had been meeting up with your dear little brother for a long time now. Fujiwara Mako, Otobe Ika, Remini Kana, and Aeki Satou," listing each of the girl's names.

> "Impossible, I always know who Eiji meets!"
> "Fujiwara...Otobe...Aeki, I'll memorize their names. For now, can I go?"
> "I think I saw them before. Damn rats."
> write-in
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>>2960031
>"Do you know why?"

> "Fujiwara...Otobe...Aeki, I'll memorize their names. For now, can I go?"
>>
Going to sleep.
>>
So, 4 specific targets? Interesting. Wonder how long this quest will be, then. If they won't try to twist the promise somehow or if something else happens to prolong the issue.
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>>2960031
>"Do you know why?"

> "Fujiwara...Otobe...Aeki, I'll memorize their names. For now, can I go?"
>>2960051
Goodnight QM
>>
>>2959923
Easy on the critique, too much of it can be demotivating
>>
>>2960031
>>2960041
+1

Interesting, it seems our dude is the protagonist in a mahou shoujo action anime, supporting the cast of 4 heroines who fall for him one by one.. How sweet
>>
>>2960401
or we can poison them!
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>>2960401
haha time for protecting our one true love
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>>2960041
>>2960062
>>2960401

"Do you know why?" eager for more.

"I have some ideas but they're just guesses. However, knowing you, and the intense amount of magical energy you have, your little Eiji might have the same capabilities and maybe that's why. But we'll have to wait and see first."

Morgan sits upon the marble chair again, laying back and crossing her arms while you are left standing. This little amount of time was enough for you to recede into your mind, thinking hard about the four names that Morgan gave to you. Fujiwara, Otobe, Remini, Aeki, Fujiwara, Otobe, Remini, Aeki, Fujiwara, Otobe, Remini, Aeki...

"Fujiwara...Otobe...Remini, I'll memorize their names," you mumbled, the names leaking from your mouth. You then address Morgan who gave no thought about your incessant chant, "For now, can I go? I had came here like you asked and I think it's time for me to finally return."

"Of course," Morgan, agreeing, "We had finished our exchange between us. Albilio, may you please?"

The white creature chuckles before he bows, producing the same circle on the ground. Without eyes, he appears to be blind but underneath that alien skin was two of them, intense upon you. This was of no malice but it still gives an off feeling.

"This here magic circle will teleport you to your room. It will suffice no?" Morgan says.

You nod, "It will do," stepping into it just like before, quiet.

The circle started spinning, the characters gradually rotating into a high speed and shrouding everything outside its border with a white light. Morgan was smiling throughout the whole process, her eyes changing back into a purple hue. All was eventually covered by the light, warping you to your destination.


The fading, you find yourself inside your own bedroom. The switches had been turned off when you left for school, and still is, the entirety of the space coated in darkness. Reaching for the switch, the light within the center of your ceiling illuminates; vision cleared, you see that your clothes had returned to normal.

Looking around your room, you check for anything different inside. Nothing was moved, thankfully, and all remained the same. Especially the...

> Bulletin full of Eiji's pictures, ranging from his younger years to the present.
> Full body pillow of Eiji that was abnormally detailed and precise
> Numerous cosplay outfits, all resembling different characters that matches Eiji's interest
> write-in
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>>2960779
Will come back just like last time, 3:00 pdt
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>>2960779
> Numerous cosplay outfits, all resembling different characters that matches Eiji's interest
if we live with him we must be smart enough to exercise some discretion no? unless we got a hidden area...
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>>2960784
+1, cosplay seems like the fun idea here.

So basically our job is to murder those girls right? Or otherwise allow shady lady to summon her thing without interruption..

So we can transform as get two guns when we do, but it didnt seem like flying or super level physical stats were part of the deal
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>>2960779
>> Numerous cosplay outfits, all resembling different characters that matches Eiji's interest
Ambiguously gay female friend who has absolutely, definitely no interest in our little brother with video camera optional.
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>>2960786
>flying
>super physical stats
who needs that when you have bullet. Also I assume we have some level of agility.
>>2960787
>gay friend
too risky, she could just be faking it to get to our brother
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>>2960779
>Numerous cosplay outfits.


>>2960786
You can fly if you apply enough firepower in the opposite direction.
Bullet powered propulsion here we come!
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>>2960779
> Bulletin full of Eiji's pictures, ranging from his younger years to the present.
>>2960792
Like Xanxus in katekyo hitman reborn?
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>>2960797
I dont know what the fuck is that, but i'll say yes.
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>>2960813
Hope it's not too small.
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>>2960787
If youre talking about a female gay friend who's into protagonist, im all for it
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>>2960925
I wouldn't mind it too...
>tfw we stalk our brother but our bff also stalk us
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>>2960925
>>2960932
Oh look, yuri fags
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>>2960949
Eh, each to his own. I would wish more people had the same taste, that would make this sort og thing way easier..
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>>2960779
This is really good so far. Very curious to see where it goes from here.
> Numerous cosplay outfits, all resembling different characters that matches Eiji's interest
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>>2960958
I am disappointed that no one noticed it was a reference to Daidouji Tomoyo, we gonna be evil yandere Sakura
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>>2961028
Wish i could have gotten the reference, but I never watched that show.. Does she make it good? I dont imagine the rest of it will appeal much to me
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>>2961028
theres so many animes tho
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>>2961037
Mirai Nikki you could start there.
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>>2961042
She's like that? Huh..
>>
2018/10/13 2: 42, Do you feel like bald me with Abramelin's moon magic? Dogeza? five-line thought ??
2: 22, Goblin? Dogeza? Tosho □ (Zebos?)? Crouching (contamination + contamination + almond?) Almond? poison??
2: 18, is he an answering machine? Sea monkey? slave? 2:20 Shamballa thinks eavesdropping ?? Dogeza? bipolar?
1: 53, Dogeza? Mombid? Hi Ebenki? Mold (mold)? Goblin? dirty?
1:50, a feeling that the hole of the nose expands! Mold (mold)? Is it because of? Do you like abramelin? Cecum? Mariko?
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>>2961057
>>
>>2961057
What the fuck.
>>
>>2961057
Bot?
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>>2961082
A bot that copypasted another bot?
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>>2960784
>>2960786
>>2960787
>>2960792
>>2960989

Especially the numerous cosplay outfits stored behind the closet, all resembling characters that matches Eiji's interest.

Closing the closet door, a wave of comfort comes to you. This night was initially planned to be simpler but now things have evolved into a complicated mess that you can somewhat understand and act upon. Your restfulness was then replaced by despisableness, remembering that a couple of girls had been with Eiji under your nose. The bitterness in your mouth was almost enough to make you gag.

"Eiji, have you seen your sister? She's been out for along time and hadn't called me on her phone. Did she join a club?"

"I don't think so. We usually walk back home together but this time she didn't."


Downstairs, you hear your father and brother's conversation. Ever since that overgrown salamander showed itself to you, you never had time to call either of them.

> Go downstairs
> Stay in your room
> write-in
>>
Do we have an excuse for if we just walk downstairs?
>>
>>2961540
> write-in
Sneak back outside, then enter through the front.

Not sure what to use as an excuse though.
>>
>>2961540

Voting for
>>2961691

Our excuse was that we went to the park/place we like and lost track of time. Simple to believe, specially since we seem immaculate.
>>
>>2961540

what >>2961691 and >>2961758 said, then.
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>>2961540
>>2961771
Sounds good
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>>2961540
>>2961758
+1
>>
>>2961758
+1
>>
>>2961758
We should write down and memory this version of the events. Also fabricated some evidence, we need this if someone find the corpse and the investigation gets going.
>>
>>2962144
Good point, I didnt consider the police stuff..
>>
Does the MC have any friends or is she totally devoted to her brother?
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>>2961691
>>2961758
>>2961771
>>2961782
>>2961794
>>2961953

Knowing that it'll be strange if you just walk downstairs, you decide to pretend that you're coming back home. Pulling up the blinds of the wide window on one of your bedroom's walls, you unlock it so you can push it open. The air drafts in like it was waiting to enter, and this being their chance. As for you, staring down the couple levels from where your room is located, you determine yourself to vault out of the window.

Falling into the ground was surprisingly harmless. No pain came to you once your feet collides with the grass-layered dirt and cement. You didn't take too long to think however, going straight to the front door of your house and pushing the doorbell on the side.

A man opened the door, your father, looking worried as he usually is.

"Nawakubi? Where had you been? Got me really worried," he says, yourself realizing that he's wearing his apron.

"Sorry, Father, I lost track of time once I made it to the park. A man was selling ice cream there."

Your father listened to your excuse, sighing, "Fine, fine...You now here is all it matters."

> "Is mother still at work?"
> "Aren't I suppose to cook today?"
> "Where's Eiji?"
> write-in
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>>2962347
> "Aren't I suppose to cook today?"
> "Where's Eiji?"
>>
>>2962347
>> "Where's Eiji?"
>>
>>2962246
I suppose she'd have a handful. For practical reasons if anything.
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>>2962347
> "Aren't I suppose to cook today?"
> "Where's Eiji?"
>>
>>2962358
>>2962360
>>2962377

"Aren't I suppose to cook today," you inquired.

"Since you've been gone I had to make up something, it's curry. Made it mild as well."

"Oh, thanks, Father. Say, where's Eiji?"

"Eiji? He's at the living room right now."

While going inside and locking the front door behind you, your father returned to the kitchen to tend to the food. You first seek out Eiji, sitting on the couch and watching the TV. He has yet to know your presence.

> Throw yourself onto him. "Eiji, I love you~!"
> Get his attention with a stoic face. "I'm back."
> Simply sit beside him
> write-in
>>
>>2962463
> Simply sit beside him
> write-in
Lean towards him and try to smell him, searching for unfamiliar perfumes, he has been with 4(four) girls. We need to know how far this has gone.
>>
>>2962463
Seconding >>2962474
>"Hiiii~!"
>>
>>2962463
> Simply sit beside him
> write-in
Lean towards him and try to smell him, searching for unfamiliar perfumes, he has been with 4(four) girls. We need to know how far this has gone.
>>
>>2962463
Do we have a bust size like D cup or E to emphasize our cleavage that we subtlety shows to our beloved little brother? Right? I mean it's not titty monster size.
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>>2962463
>> Simply sit beside him
>> write-in
Stealth tickle.
>>2962643
Most probably well developed, but not cleavage baring like those gyaru sluts that we secretly chase away from our brother. Isn’t our image that of the school idol?
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>>2962474
>>2962555

"Huh? Oh, Onee-san, you're back," Eiji says while you sit next to him on the couch.

You then start to lean towards him, smelling his body for any unfamiliar perfumes. All the while, you sneakily show your cleavage in an extra attempt to gain favor. This had an opposite effect - Eiji staring the other way nervously.

"Onee-san, what are you doing?" he says, trying to move a ways over.

>Roll 1d100 to find any foreign smells
>Best out of three
>Crits are 1-10, 90-100
>>
Rolled 51 (1d100)

>>2962945
SCENT COME FORTH INTO MY NOSTRILS!
>>
Rolled 10 (1d100)

>>2962945
Yandere powers activate!
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>>2962976
Fucking kill me
>>
Rolled 4 (1d100)

>>2962945
Lets roooll
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>>2962945
How long should we wait before getting a chance to roll again?
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>>2963016
Never mind.
>>2963013
Fucking hell anon you were supposed to save our asses!
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>>2963026
Welp. It seems that our dear brother took a bath before we arrived and we also remember we have the shittiest sense of smell short of someone that can't smell at all.
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>>2963035
He. Took. A. Shower. Why? To wash the stench of skanky bitches off him?
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>>2962961
>>2962976
>>2963013
>4

You completely fail to pick up any scent that belonged to another girl, making yourself look silly. Instead, the smell of body wash lingers from Eiji, he himself getting off the couch due to your advance.

"Did you take a shower before I came home?" you ask irritably, closing what little distance you have left.

"Yeah, why? Thought I'd take one," Eiji answered right after. "You seem to be excited somehow."

> "You're suppose to wait for me! We always bathe together!"
> "You know how am I towards other girls, especially when they approach you."
> "Tell me, have you been meeting anyone?"
> write-in
>>
>>2963062
> "You're suppose to wait for me! We always bathe together!"
> "Is it because I was late wasn't it?..."
>>
>>2963062
> "You're suppose to wait for me! We always bathe together!"
> "Is it because I was late wasn't it?..."
>>
>>2963062
>> "You're suppose to wait for me! We always bathe together!"
>> "Is it because I was late wasn't it?..."
GUILT TRIP AHOY! LETS PUT OUR BEST PUPPY EYES FOR EXTRA DAMAGE
>>
>>2963077
>>2963091
>>2963109

"You're suppose to wait for me! We always bathe together!" you cried. "Is it because I was late wasn't it?..."

"N-No, not at all! And we haven't bathe together since we were kids, Onee-san. Even then, you try to get into the bath with me whenever I refuse. There's a reason I double check the lock on the bathroom door."

> "Are you at that rebellious age, Eiji? You used to always come with me into the bath."
> "Do you not want to accept your onee-san's love?"
> "What's wrong with bathing together? It isn't a big deal."
> write-in
>>
>>2963145
> "Are you at that rebellious age, Eiji? You used to always come with me into the bath."
> "Do you not want to accept your onee-san's love?"
>>
>>2963145
>> "What's wrong with bathing together? It isn't a big deal."
>> "Are you at that rebellious age, Eiji? You used to always come with me into the bath."
>>
>>2963145
>> "What's wrong with bathing together? It isn't a big deal."
>>
Rolled 21 (1d100)

>>2962945
>>
>>2963273
Oh shit I'm late...uhh we can salvage this guys
>Go to the laundry and smell his underpa- I mean his shirt! See if you can smell something there....maybe
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>>2963145
> "What's wrong with bathing together? It isn't a big deal."
After all, we are siblings!
>>
>>2963289
We're trying to get him to see her as a woman. Trying to use the sibling excuse might backfire.
>>
>>2963166
>>2963176
>>2963216
>>2963289

"What's wrong with bathing together? It isn't a big deal. Are you at the rebellious age, Eiji? You used to always come with me to wash."

"It's just that..." Eiji paused, "It's just that we are older now, and it's embarrassing."

"Why are you embarrassed? You know that onee-san always loves you."

"Well, you lack privacy. I'm also grown-up too."

From the kitchen, father called to the both of you that dinner's ready. The spices' aromatic air leaked into the living room; Eiji's stomach grumbles, himself soon taking off into the kitchen and taking plate. At the front door, a person came inside the house as well. It was your mother, groaning and throwing her suitcase aside while unbuttoning her suit.

"Hello, Nawa," your mother says, calling you by your pet name. She then smells the air, taking in the scent of food, "Curry is it? Good, I was getting hungry after work. Seriously, the chief doesn't know when to lay off."

"Hello, Mother," you greet back. "Forgot to make dinner today so father had to make it."

"That's okay, as long as there's something on the table. And besides, your father would take any opportunity to cook."

> Eat dinner
> Go take a bath first
> Go to your room
> write-in
>>
>>2964423
>> Eat dinner

I mean. Food.

then

>Go to our room.

Wanna get this hunt started.
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>>2964423
>> Eat dinner
>>
> Eat dinner
>>
>>2964423
> Eat dinner
>>
>>2964456
>>2964484
>>2964521
>>2964625

Joining the rest of your family, you take a plate of your father's curry yourself. As always, you claim the seat next to Eiji, staring him down with a smile while you both eat. To his discomfort, he quickly finishes his own, thanking for the dinner and making his way to his bedroom.

You finish your food short after, copying your brother's action and going to your bedroom.

> Go to sleep
> Try to sneak into Eiji's room
> Look over your pictures of Eiji
> Start magical girl hunting
> write-in
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>>2964636
> Try to sneak into Eiji's room
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>>2964636
>See what you can do with your magical powers
I'll bet that the reason he's able to touched by all those supposed girls is because their magic is bypassing our security.
It also means that we really need to place trackers on his computer to see what he's been really up to.
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>>2964636
>Go outside, find a place, see what you can do with your magical powers.

then
>Start magical girl hunting.

Always do recon first. Pick a target, scope them out.
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>>2964636
> Look over your pictures of Eiji
> Start magical girl hunting
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>>2964769
>Reaffirm our resolve
>Then go hunting

At least that's why I chose those two options
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>>2964636
>>See what you can do with your magical powers

We don't know what is the scope of our powers and you want to star hunting the other guys? Its like you want to be dead ASAP.
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>>2965475
Good point. I too feel we know to little.
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Rolled 87 (1d100)

>>2965694
[BuzzLightyearGoSailingNoMore.webm]
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Rolled 53 (1d100)

>>2965694
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>>2964705
>>2964769
>>2964901

Looking over to your collection of pictures of Eiji within your computer you take time to appreciate all of them. Your most treasured ones are those of him and you, more especially the times where you were kids. He was so cute back then, and now he's more than just a boy - a man. The more you think about it makes you feel high: drooling, laughing, and losing yourself within dreams. There will be a day that he sees you more than just a sister, there will, but you can't wait. It's torturous that you can't whisk him away, live off somewhere with just the two of you. He will be your knight that takes you away into wonderland.

You reluctantly turn off your computer and get out of your chair. Your window is still open, the room now a few degrees colder than it was before. The idea comes to you right away, resolving yourself and the deal you have between you and that witch. As shady as she is, you now have your dream right in front of you. You just need to kill a few girls, that's all. How hard can it be? It's not like you haven't done this before.

Staring into your hands, the image of your pistols becomes a reality. Like the first time, you are coated in light that changed your clothes, back into the regal, grandiose dress and coat. Stepping upon the inside thin frame of the window, you then look about to see if the coast is clear.

Knowing that most of the neighborhood's lights are off, except for the streetlight, you come to a conclusion. With one jump, you force yourself out once again.

> Roll 1d100 to see if you can fly
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>>2965704
>>2965711
YOU'RE NOT GETTING OUT THIS EASY QM!
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>>2965715
I'm still counting that as the first two rolls.
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Rolled 82 (1d100)

>>2965711
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Rolled 83 (1d100)

>>2965711
One more then.

crit fail incoming
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So, what is this, then? Gliding using air currents?
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Rolled 42 (1d100)

>>2965711
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Rolled 96 (1d100)

>>2965711
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>>2965704
>>2965707
>>2965741
>87

Bracing yourself for impact in the chance that you meet the hard ground again, your heels steps on something. Looking under your frilly dress was a blue platform, its contents swiveling around like a machine. Confused, you start to lightly tap against it to test its strength. Once you were confident enough you then pounded hard against it, the magical platform not breaking in the slightest. Walking forward another one emerges from under your feet, the previous one disappearing. Wanting to go back to the ground, the second one disappeared from under you as well, letting you fall.

Landing, you dust yourself off and try to create those platforms again. Just by stepping on the air and imagining them was enough for them to appear, now making easy transport. With a newfound ability, you start to walk over a small forest in the distance, a ways from your house.

Arriving at the grove, you drop yourself among the trees. In the distance, you can still see the bright lights of cars and the buildings downtown that are accompanied by millions of mechanical sounds. You pry your attention from it, focusing in your present area. Aiming, you then fire a shot at a tree.

Pulling the trigger, the recoil sprung from your hand unexpectedly, the bullet hitting its mark. With a thundering roar, it pierced the thick wood of the tree's center that may be on the verge of falling.

> Continue to practice shooting at the trees
> Try something else? (write-in)
> Go start looking for magical girls
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>>2965846
> Try something else?
Use the platforms as shields or try to control their shape and form.
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>>2965846
>Try something else?
See if we can use our magic to slow down time/give us bullet time powers.
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>>2965846
> Continue to practice shooting at the trees
Got to get adjusted to that recoil.
> Try something else?
1.See if you can use full auto
2.Use the platforms as shields or try to control their shape and form.
3.See if we can use our magic to slow down time/give us bullet time powers.
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>>2965863
>>2965869
>>2965921

>Roll
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Rolled 66 (1d100)

>>2965966
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Rolled 52 (1d100)

>>2965966
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Rolled 86 (1d100)

>>2965846
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>>2965976
>>2965977
>>2965997
>86

You continue to practice shooting at the motionless trees in the hopes of getting used to the recoil. Repeatedly, you pull down the trigger as you sequence a steady sound of flying bullets, and through time, you eventually got used to the spasm of the pistol. You didn't even notice when you did shoot the gun, now locked in your hands as if it's a piece of you now. The feel of it was too familiar too fast, but that may be your doubts as you are a fast learner all throughout your life.

Firing another shot, things became unordinary. It's like time itself has slowed down, the magical bullet flying through the air in a snail's pace. You however still retained normal movement. Trying your luck and moving next to the bullet, you edge close enough to directly look at it with your face next to its stream of ripped air. The sudden effect then worn off, the bullet zipping by your face. Seven seconds maximum was the length of the state.

Morbidly curious, you reenact it once more. It only worked once after a few minutes or so - three or four - spending your time trying to activate it. This time you continuously shoot within the stagnant effects of this mysterious power, the bullets that were fired in succession flying together like a drone of bees. Seven seconds again; the power worn off and the formerly floating pieces of pure magical energy zoomed before you, hitting any trees that collided with them with inhuman power. Much so, was it more lethal than any machine could produce.

More time has passed. Through experimentation, you found out that the platforms that are used to hold you up in the air can be used as cover. You came across this possibility when you almost got caught within the crossfire of your own bullets, and in a reflexive attempt of fear, you summoned the sprawling circle in front of you to block the fire. Interested in this development, you made up multiple of these circular platforms to act as targets. By their own, they can only take five or six shots. But strengthened with multiple layers upon layers of themselves they can block almost ten times the amount, and even more if you made more layers.

The little forest was now heavily destroyed. Each tree was either toppled or near to, black marks siting themselves on the bark of trunks and branches.

> Go home
> Start hunting magical girls
> write-in
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>>2966173
> Go home
We need to be more methodical with out preys. These aren't some high school peers that can be easily killed. If we fail to get them on our first try, they'll retaliate hard.
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>>2966173
>> Go home

Again, RECON.

We've got four marks. Pick one, gather intel, observe, isolate, THEN dispatch.
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>>2966173
>Go home
Check on little brother one more time before heading to bed. We need our rest.
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>>2966183
>>2966187
>>2966196
Can we see if we can do a charged shot/beam? Or would that give us away more than the destroyed forest would?
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>>2966228
We could do that the next time we practice. We've probably caused more than enough heat to pop up with the forest destruction.
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>>2966228
I honestly think that'd give us away even harder. Honestly, if the MG's do any kind of consistent patrols, they're going to figure out something off by tomorrow morning. We don't need to give them more information than we get, and so far we've already given them a vague idea of our destructive capabilities when we have no clue what they can do.
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>>2966183
>>2966187
>>2966196

Deciding that it's enough for the night, you make your way home. The lights of your house have been turned off, the front light being the only thing on. Sneaking through your window you close it, locking it shut and pulling down the blinds. Dismissing your current form, you change out of your uniform and head into the bath to clean yourself from the tiring night.

Refreshed, you fit yourself into pajamas, ready for the rest of the night.

> Sneak into Eiji's bedroom and sleep there
> Sleep in your own room
> write-in
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>>2966245
> Sneak into Eiji's bedroom and sleep there
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>>2966245
>> Sneak into Eiji's bedroom and sleep there
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>>2966245
> Spy on Eiji in his bedroom for a while and then go sleep in your own room
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>>2966245
> Sleep in your own room

Got to play the long con here. Get him to see her as more than just a sister first.
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>>2966282
>>2966271
Supporting
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>>2966271
Changing to this.
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>>2966271
>>2966282
>>2966286
>>2966301

Going by the door of Eiji's bedroom, you delicately crack his door open. Eiji was already fast asleep, breathing quietly and completely oblivious to your presence. Your smile was like a monster's, hiding in the darkness of the hallway. Watching him like this was routine for you, sometimes staying like this till dawn. Even without communicating any sort of action, he calls to you, tempting for you to take your place next to him. Alas, you cannot; closing the door you then return to your own room, tucking yourself in. Soon, you go to sleep like the rest of your household.


Waking up, the sun's early rays shown through the crack of the blinds, momentarily impairing your vision. Your alarm clock was about to go on, and before it does so you turn it off to disable the alarm. Stretching your arms, you taste your mouth and rub your eyes to finally regain vision of your surroundings. Already, you can hear students talking to each other down the street.

Getting out of bed, you put on your uniform, making sure everything's perfect for Eiji's sake. Taking you bag with you, you go to the kitchen to fix yourself some breakfast. Eiji's comes after you cooked up some food, pulling out a chair from under the table and waiting. He was still drowsy, his bed head ruffing his hair up.

Eiji yawns, "Good morning, Onee-san."

"Good morning~!"

Taking out two plates, you serve Eiji along with yourself.

> "Say...Have you been hanging out with other people recently?"
> Try to kiss him on the cheek
> Silently finish your breakfast
> write-in
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>>2966336

>Hug (maybe a quick grope)
then
>"So, any plans for today after school?

lead into it gently.
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>>2966336
>"Say...Are you in any trouble? If you are I can keep it a secret if you want me to."
If he asks why we're asking him this respond with
"I just got a really bad feeling, when I was talking with you last night."
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>>2966347
This is perfect for a ice breaker before we question him with the hard stuff.
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>>2966336
>Hug him from behind
> kiss him on the cheek
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>>2966336
>Hug him from behind
> kiss him on the cheek
>"So, any plans for today after school?
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>>2966347
>>2966379
>>2966392

Setting down the plates you hug Eiji from behind, kissing him on the cheek.

"Onee-san, you don't have to do that every morning," Eiji complained, but not stopping you.

"Why not? It's a for goodluck!" you say, chuckling. You sit down, drawing one of the plates to you, "So, any plans for today after school?"

"Eh? Uh, no, not really," Eiji answered disorderly.

"Hmm..." you let out, not knowing if Eiji is trying to lie. "You sure?"

"Yes, I'm sure, Onee-san," Eiji assured.

"Okay then..." doubt in your words.

> "You know you can tell onee-san anything, right, Eiji?"
> "Eiji, onee-san doesn't like it when you lie to her."
> "Where do you hang out most often at school?"
> write-in
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>>2966486
>> "You know you can tell onee-san anything, right, Eiji?"
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>>2966486
> "You know you can tell onee-san anything, right, Eiji?"
> "Are you going to meeeeet someone~?
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>>2966486
> "You know you can tell onee-san anything, right, Eiji?"
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>>2966486
> "You know you can tell onee-san anything, right, Eiji? I promise I won't bite."
Say the last part a bit playfully so it doesn't trigger his "OH SHIT SHE'S ONTO ME" sensor.
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>>2966519
+1
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>>2966489
>>2966496
>>2966519
>>2966520
>>2966526

"You know you can tell onee-san anything, right, Eiji?"

Eiji glances at you for a moment, "I guess, but...There isn't anything to tell you, hehe" laughing awkwardly.

You squint your eyes and pout, "If you say so. Let's hurry and get to school shall we."

"Y-Yeah."

Finishing up breakfast you wash both dishes, Eiji putting on his shoes while waiting for you by the door. You follow suit as well, taking off for school. The school wasn't far from your house, one its taller buildings peeking over the horizon of the countless houses. The campus was pretty sizeable too, allowing room for many extracurricular activities during and after hours.

During the whole way, you both didn't say a word, reaching to the gate where a teacher stood by to greet incoming students. You gave a frank smile while Eiji waved slightly in consideration of the man, entering school grounds. There, Eiji says good-bye to you and splits off to his own, going to his classroom. You depart as well, joining the second-year's classes.

Strolling down the hall without a care, the eyes of both boys and girls catch you. In your opinion, you were pretty okay but that was overshadowed by the general consensus of most people, calling you one of the most beautiful girls in the whole school and rivaling a few others. Hair and eyes like a foreigner, fair and calm - that was the picture of of Hanano Nawakubi.

Entering into your homeroom, many others are at their friend's desk, playing and talking about. Paying them no mind, you nonchalantly took your seat at the...

> Front row
> One of the middle rows
> Back row
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>>2966637
>One of the middle rows
Back row will always get picked on. Front row is where the ass kissers roam. Middle row is nice and safe.
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>>2966637
>Second row from the back, beside the window
Every time.
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>>2966637
>>2966652
I'll go with this if it gives us extra plot protection. If not then
> One of the middle rows
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>>2966637
>>2966652
Can’t fight fate.
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>>2966637
>Back row beside the window
Protagonist seat
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>>2966652
Reason is we see Eiji here when it's P.E. oh how we wish we have the same time so you can impress Eiji but you just have to watch him and root for him....secretly.
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>>2966637
>> Front row
Supposed to be perfect on the outside, right? Perfect grades, appearance, social life, athletic, etc.
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>>2966689
Sadly the seats aren't pick by rank or grades rather by lots.
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>>2966647
>>2966652
>>2966657
>>2966682

You take your seat within the second from back row of the class, sitting by the window. You originally chose this seat to stay inconspicuous, but seeing how your reputation has grown, it draws more attention that it should be doing. This spot was also the best view when Eiji's out for PE, all for you to spectate.

Setting your bag down, you wait patiently for homeroom to end. The teacher comes in, telling stray students to go into their seats and behave while he himself starts the first class of today. Although the teacher's efforts were fruitless, some kids snickering between themselves as they whispered to each other, they finally quieted down once the man repeated his request as he threatened with detention. Idiots. The class quelled, the man started the lesson.

"Alright, class, today we have a test. I presume you all studied?"

Some students groaned, lamenting their foolishness. The teacher passed out papers for each students, announcing what to not do during the test: the usual, don't cheat or look over someone's paper, don't use your phone during the given time, etc. Once everyone had a copy, he then gave the word, the pencils of your peers scribbling rapidly.

> Roll 1d100
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Rolled 68 (1d100)

>>2966754
STUDY HARD!
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Rolled 24 (1d100)

>>2966754
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Rolled 13 (1d100)

>>2966754
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>>2966758
>>2966764
>>2966769
>68

Thankfully, your were competent enough to study unlike the pathetic lot who's struggling with question number one. Writing down the answers without any difficulties, you were the first one to finish first, leaving you with the rest of the the test time free. It was boring, watching people catch up one at a time.

At the end of class, the teacher gathered up all the tests on each student's desk. Many of them weren't done yet, but had no choice and turn it in even though there were questioned unanswered. What little time we had remaining was free until the bell rang, students joining others again just like before. Some joked that they've failed, hiding their worries, and others were confident that they themselves at least got something above seventy.

Another girl met up with you. She had short, black hair, a catty grin, and a body that was well toned. Suzukawa Oneko, a childhood friend of sorts that has stuck with you since middle school.

"Yo, Nawa-san, how'd ya do on the test? I forgot that we had one today," Suzukawa joked.

> "Way better than you, that's for sure."
> "Do I need to tell?"
> Try to ignore her
> write-in
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>>2966845
>"I think I did okay. What about yours?"
Don't overshoot your expectations.
>>
Oh shit... I just realized something. What if Oneko is one of the magical girls we have to murder?
What if our little brother found out about his magic potential and has been trying to hide it?
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>>2966868
But we already have the names of the skanks.

>>2966845
> write-in
"If you actually did your homework on time instead of just copying mine at the last minute, you might have not even needed to worry about the test."
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>>2966883
Oh yeah you're right. Forgetfulness and paranoia got the best of me on that one.
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>>2966845
> "Way better than you, that's for sure."
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>>2966845
Oh look our bff who also stalk us
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>>2966883
>>2966935

"Way better than you, that's for sure. If you actually did your homework on time instead of just copying at the last minute, you might have not even needed to worry about the test."

"Aw, c'mon, don't be like that. Kinda hurts ya know," pretending to act hurt.

"It's suppose to," you say blatantly. "Maybe you should put that muscle power into your head, that might work."

"Really?" genuinely believing your suggestion.

Suzukawa Oneko wasn't the brightest. For what she lacks in mind is physical brawn, and can face off with many of the strongest boys in school. This part of her was a charming quality, netting her own group of admires. If she can't find you she then goes off to find your brother Eiji since she claims that it's more fun to be with either with you.

"Of course not," you say coldly to her. "Seriously, your only redeeming quality is how strong you. There might as well be nothing in that head."

"Hehaha!" Suzukawa laughed. "Nawa-san~ You really know where to hit someone personally. At this rate, you won't find a boyfriend!"

Suzukawa's signature grinned grew more feline, smiling stupidly while she stands over you.

> "Eiji's the only man for me."
> "I don't need a boyfriend."
> "Men are disgusting."
> write-in
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>>2967010
>"To be honest, I believe that the universe may have a better idea of what I want than I do."
It's a lie of course, but it's generic feelgood horseshit to cut that question in half like a worthless string of cloth before a pair of scissors.
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>>2967010
>>2967025
We also know that she's not a rival because we know what Eiji likes and she's not it.
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>>2967010
> "Eiji's the only man for me."
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>>2967010
> "I don't need a boyfriend."
>At least I'm too busy to find one much less care about it. Also if you beat every boys in school you also never find a boyfriend yourself.
Counter tease attack
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>>2967025
>>2967065

"To be honest, I believe that the universe may have a better idea of what I want than I do."

:What does that mean?" perplexed by your answer, thinking hard. Suzukawa then changes the topic, "Oh yeah! There's this new crepe' stand at the nearby park. Want to come with me? Eiji can follow as well and I could pay."

> "I guess I can agree to that."
> "Are you telling me this because you want to keep copying my homework?"
> "Sorry, I'm a bit busy lately."
> write-in
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>>2967096
> "Are you telling me this because you want to keep copying my homework?"
> "I guess I can agree to that."
>>
>> "Are you telling me this because you want to keep copying my homework?"
> "I guess I can agree to that."
"But I get to choose what I want from the menu."
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>>2967096
> "Are you telling me this because you want to keep copying my homework?"
> "I guess I can agree to that."

Going to bed. Good luck anons. Make our yandere happy while I'm gone.
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>>2967106
>>2967135
>>2967162

"Are you telling me this because you want to keep copying my homework?"

"No...Er, yes. Maybe," Suzukawa says, her smile becoming unsteady.

You give in, sighing heavily, "I guess I can agree to that. But I get to choose what I want from the menu."

"Sure, sure! That's fine!" reachieving her carefree attitude again.

The bell rang with a metallic sound that pierced the ears, indicating that the next class was about the start. The teacher left the room, a new one taking his place. This time it was a woman, dress in a business like attire.

"So, have you heard about Eiji recently? The last time I saw him, he was hanging about with a few girls. Was he that much of a playboy?" Suzukawa tells, not knowing what she has done.

> "Where and when?! Tell me!"
> "Oh...really..."
> Stay silent
> write-in
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>>2967183
> "Oh...really..."
"So he has reached the springtime of his youth... Tell me more about this, who are these girls then?"
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>>2967183
>"Oh really?"
Gotta play it cooler than fucking Antarctica temps here folks.
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>>2967183
>"Oh really?"
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>>2967183
> "Oh...really..."
The room temperature drop several degrees that everyone shivers from malicious aura we projects.

Except our bright and nonchalant friend. She just didn't care.
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>>2967277
She is just glad she can use winter clothes in the summer when she is near us.
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>>2967290
We're like a walking AC huh but well we are "cool" according to everyone.
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>>2967322
Now that I think about it our character looks like Noel Vermillion in BlazBlue but evil.
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>>2967183
> "Oh...really..
>>
>>2967198
>>2967212
>>2967232
>>2967277
>>2967636

"Oh...Really."

"Yeah! It just happened out of nowhere. And get this, the student council president Fujiwara and that rich girl Remini's with him. Talk about catching big fish, right?

Now that Suzukawa mentions who of these two girls are, a few things come flooding back to you. You do recognize those names, and with them, their appearance associated with it. The reason you never remembered who they were was because you never cared who these people are. Well, until now.

> "Where were they when you found this out?"
> "Yeah, big fish. Enough the dice them for dinner at feed it to you, idiot."
> "Do you have any feelings for Eiji?"
> write-in
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>>2967702
"I see. I should check them out, as his sister it's my responsibility that he doesn't hook up with anyone but the best"
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>>2967702
> "Yeah, big fish. Enough the dice them for dinner at feed it to you, idiot."
> "Do you have any feelings for Eiji?"
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>>2967702
>This is why i like you
> "Where were they when you found this out?"
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>>2967702
>>2967722
> "Where were they when you found this out?"
> write-in
"When exactly did he started hanging around these girls? When did YOU noticed this for the first time?"
Why I seem to be the last to know about this situation? Normaly I should be the first... and Oneko is not the birghtest mind around. How did she noticed this before me? This sitaution is too odd, too abnormal.

It is almost as if everyone was obscuring this from you, deliberately omitting telling you things, but she...

She is too dump for that, Suzukawa Oneko is just too stupid to be part of some sort of conspiration. And because of that, no one make countermeasures against her.

"This is why i like you." She is like an moronic dog, predictable, loyal and situationally useful.
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>>2967702
>>2967722
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>>2967737
>It is almost as if everyone was obscuring this from you, deliberately omitting telling you things
ALMOST AS IF THE CUNTWAFFLES ARE USING THEIR MAGIC TO FUCK THEIR BRAINS OUT OR SOME SHIT.
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>>2967722
>>2967737
>>2967855

"Where were they when you found this out? And when exactly did he started hanging around these girls?"

"It just sorta happened. For a while now, not many people took it in mind until recently. Now the other boys are jealous since Eiji is with Fujiwara, Remini, and you most respectively. I found this out when I was looking for him, searching the rooftops because that's where he usually is you know. By the time I got there, a whole slew of girls were with him. Hehe," the catty girl chuckling for a second, "It was a pretty big mess the moment I stepped in. The weirdest part was that a circle was on the door to the rooftop...Was there? Maybe I was just imagining things. The girls were all like 'H-How? How did she break the secrecy seal?' and that." Oneko didn't think before telling you this, seeing it as nothing. She just smiles after her explanation - a naive kind.

"It's weird," you thought to yourself. You seem to be the last to know about this situation. Normally, you should be the first to know and Oneko isn't the brightest mind around. How did she notice this before you? The situation is just too odd, too abnormal. It's almost if everyone was obscuring this from you, deliberately omitting you to know these things, but she...Suzukawa Oneko is too dumb for that. Does she have some supernatural quality such as you?...

"This is why I like you," you say. The comment wasn't entirely a lie since she's situationally useful at times that are unexpected. A moronic dog, predictable and loyal to some degree.

"Shucks, makin' me blush here," scratching the back of her head.

> "Do you have any feelings for Eiji? Just something that I want to know."
> "You seem to have something that is useful. May I interest you in someone?"
> "I could show you a place somewhere. There's someone that might have an interest in you skills."
> write-in
>>
So, do you think we can make them look like accidents? If we try to approach them via assassination proper or full confrontation then things will be very difficult for us if we don't get all of them at once.
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>>2967887
> "You seem to have something that is useful. May I interest you in someone?"
Recruitment ahoy!
Also we need some collar of obedience when we do it. We don't want something to backstab us right? Also we need an ally. She can be a scout since she is on athletic club I think? Well considering she brawls with boys I don't want to think we're fighting them with a shallow lie.
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>>2967923
Inb4 she turns out to be the reincarnated leader of the group or some shit like Sailor Moon.
> "Do you have any feelings for Eiji? Just something that I want to know."
If no, then
> "You seem to have something that is useful. May I interest you in someone?"
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>>2967887
She seems to be like an MC from another point of view. Dumb as a brick and is capable of literally stumbling upon plot points.
> "You seem to have something that is useful. May I interest you in someone?"

>>2967923
What about something less obvious like a friendship bracelet? Less obvious and it will be harder for Oneko to spill the beans the moment someone asks her. It also boost her morale because of what it is.
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>>2967923
I dont think that it is a good idea to recruit her. She may not be on board with the whole "help an ancient evil to kill 4 innocent girls because yandere stuff."
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>>2967887
>"You seem to have something that is useful. May I interest you in someone?"

Best friend a Warhammer Blank? That was actually an odd but nice surprise.
Also fucking called it with the bullshit mindfuck magic.
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>>2967887
>write-in
Don't say anything for now. Get in touch with Albilio as soon as you can; if he was watching you so closely, he must have noticed if there was anything peculiar about Oneko. Better to get a second opinion first before overplaying your hand.
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>>2967964
This is more reasonable.
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>>2967964
I'll support it, we can always offer Brick Friend the chance to be magical grill later.
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>>2967923
>>2967964
Changing to this then. Maybe she is like a spell breaker. Or null magic.
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>>2967964
>>2967972
>>2968005
>>2968017

"I'll need to ask Albilio about this," you tell yourself. "It's better to get a second opinion."

The second teacher announces that class is going to start, the students that were strewn around returning to their desks. Suzukawa went to hers too, waving a slightly before she turns her head to the front of the class with full attention. However, she falls asleep moments later.

The rest of the classes went as normal. History and literature gave you more time for leisure than actually learning something since you already know most of their topics. To spend the remaining handful of minutes you look outside the window next to you, watching Eiji who was having PE. Before you knew it, time flew by as you were absorbed into your own little world. But it was utterly destroyed when a girl approached him, contorting your face in distaste for the girl. She was shorter than Eiji, cutely petite and shy as she talked with him. Her hair tied in a loose braid, your brother looked enamored, something that he never shown you himself. A flame igniting within your bosom, your mind instantly goes for the worst, imagining all the things to make her regret her choice. "Bitch, bitch, bitch!" you repeatedly sound in your head, glaring daggers at her as she doesn't notice your malice. Eiji too doesn't notice, continuing to converse with her until the end of both your classes.

The school bell rings again, this time for lunch. Students eagerly jump out of their seats to make it first to the cafeteria in the hopes of buying something good to fill themselves. You didn't join the crowd as you brought a homemade lunchbox with you. Eiji also haves one as well, both made by your truly.

"You make that yourself, right, Nawa-san?" Suzukawa asks, taking a bite of a sandwich she bought. "Can I have some?"

> "No, you have your own food."
> "Fine, don't eat it all."
> "Sorry, but I have to go somewhere."
> write-in
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>>2968133
>"Fine, don't eat it all."
We must dote on our little minion
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>>2967887
>>2967964
Yeah this. If it turns out she has zero magical potential then drawing her into this shit is not helping us in any way and risks her not being on board with murdering innocents.
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>>2968133
>> "Fine, don't eat it all."
we need to contemplate how to murder that bitch.
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>>2968133
> "Fine, don't eat it all."
"Anyway, about those girls, are any of them in Eiji's class? Any of them have braided hair or something?"
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>>2968133
>"Fine, don't eat it all."
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>>2968133
> "Fine, don't eat it all."
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>>2968150
>>2968188
>>2968232
>>2968237
>>2968253

"Fine, don't eat it all," you say, giving Suzukawa your lunchbox.

She takes a few bites of the mini-hamburg steak, squealing in joy, "It's good! You'd be a seriously good wife."

"Anyway, about those girls. Are any of them in Eiji's class? Does one of them have their hair braided as well?"

"Hmm..." putting a finger on her lip, "I don't think they share the same class...Maybe one of them but that's all I can stretch. And I think one of the girls had a braid...Yeah! She was pretty small. Cute like a doll too!"

Suzukawa then passes your lunchbox, half-eaten...

> "I said don't eat it all..."
> "You cow! That stomach of yours is a black hole!"
> "Ugh, just take the whole box, I'm going somewhere. Give it back to me at the end of school."
> write-in
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>>2968271
> "You cow! That stomach of yours is a black hole!"
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>>2968271
> "I said don't eat it all..."
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>>2968271
>"Just take the whole box, I'll get something to eat elsewhere. Give it back to me at the end of school."
I imagine we're able to keep the mask of seeming like a nice person up even for her.
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>>2968271
>"Just take the whole box, I'll get something to eat elsewhere. Give it back to me at the end of school."
Seconded. We might be stoic, cool bitch but she's reasonably useful and I mean, lets not make it too obvious.

Also inb4 we have to fight our husbando.
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>>2968313
I really wouldn't be surprised if our brother is only be courted by these hos just because of his magic ancestry.
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>>2968271
>> "I said don't eat it all..."

>>2968324
We have magic ancestry? i thought it was just unique to us and not a family thing
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>>2968324
I am assuming he's basically having the harem MC magical shota questline right now.
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>>2968327
Then why else are they after our brother? It's the only thing that makes sense with any ounce of logic, I wouldn't be surprised if Morgan conveniently omitted that.
I'm just having fun throwing up paranoia theories about the people around us.

>>2968344
There's that too
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>>2968344
Well he either becomes ours or we die. We sure as fuck ain't sharing.
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>>2968271
>>2968302
>>2968313
Thirded
>>2968324
Maybe in another universe or timeline, we are from a family of mages.

Anyway, why are we blonde with green eyes in Japan? Are we mixed race? Is our mother a foreigner? And is [spolier]Eiji our non-blood related brother which means that it's perfectly fine to jump his bones?[/spoiler]
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>>2968368
Dude what, blood doesn't matter. We are jumping those bones even if we have to hold a magical colt to his head as we do it.
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>>2968344
Tell me more about this and whether if mana transfers or gattai is involved.
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>>2968374
>Not just tying him to a radiator and blindfold him while giving him our version of ASMR while fucking his metaphorical brains out.
Fo'shame nigga.
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>>2968368
>non-blood related brother
Disgusting.
Lets hope that it is just that we are a mongrel because one of ours progenitores copulate with a gaijin. Or magic.
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>>2968375
Well if he is set on being a goody-hot-dick, then basically drain em, chain em, and boom make our own brother a fuckpet.
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>Blond
Check
>Green eyes
Check
>Has a gun as a weapon
Check
>MG outfit
Almost

It almost checks out all we need is a recolour some tweaks and there's our MC
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>>2968382
>>2968394
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>>2968394
>drain em
This gave me an idea. Could we make Trick bullets? You know, for those persons we don{t need dead yet.
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>>2968405
Nawa's a school idol, not a drainpipe.

Anyway when our patron revealed herself to be Morgan le Fay, and she was planning to resurrect Mordred, I almost expected us to be Nero-face
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>>2968302
>>2968313
>>2968368

"Just take the whole box, I'll get something to eat elsewhere. Give it back to me at the end of school."

"Thanks!" Suzukawa says gladly.

Leaving your classroom you enter the school halls, still filled with people that are leaning against that walls and talking. Eiji should be at the rooftop by now right? That's what Oneko said.

Pushing through the crowds of students that block your way, they all easily part like the red sea the moment they see you. At times like these, your appearance and reputation is quite handy. After a long minute or two of navigating the schoo, you find the stairwell that leads to the rooftop. Carefully, you make your way up to the door, peeking slowly through the little window. What you see is Eiji, eating with the aforementioned girls. With him was the now recognizable Fujiwara and Remini, the small girl with a braid. The final girl was almost as equally tall as the braided girl, but with a little more inches. She had shoulder-length hair and a blank expression, texting on her phone at a rapid pace.

> Walk through the door and make yourself known
> Just continue to watch them
> Leave
> write-in

>>2968436
Umu
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>>2968444
If we have a reputation, lets not idly watch unless we know we can get away from it.

>Walk through the door and make yourself known

>Write in.
Eagerly greet (In our weird, stoic way) our brother, play it sweet and unassuming. For now.

And pay special attention to the reactions, we need to know if they have any idea what exactly we are. And find someway to feel out their powerlevels that isn't just trying to kill em off the bat.
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>>2968444
> Just continue to watch them
JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

I'm onto you, QM! Calling it now, Mordred's the most dangerous of the magical girls!
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>>2968436
I just hope that he and Morgan won´t try to stick to the old ways and try to stab us in the back.
Also, we should plan for that possibility, first by trying to find something or someone that can block us from the Lizard´s ever seeing eye.

>>2968444
> Walk through the door and make yourself known
>Write in.
Eagerly greet (In our weird, stoic way) our brother, play it sweet and unassuming. For now.
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>>2968444
>Leave
Let's find out where those skanks live, so we can pick them off one by one at their homes.

Revealing ourself now just means we reveal that we know of those girls who will shortly be murdered.
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>>2968444
> Just continue to watch them
The less they know about us the better.
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>>2968444
>Just continue to watch them
ACTIVATE SLASHER VISION
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>>2968444
>write-in
Activate the bugs you have on Eiji's person and listen in on their conversation at a distance, or possibly record it for later review.

Meanwhile, find an excuse to ask around discretely after 'those new friends my brother has made'. Perhaps drop in on his classroom, claiming that we're looking to see if our brother wants to accompany us to the cafeteria as we're headed there for a bite ourselves, and then inquire curiously after where he is and who he's with when we're invariably told he isn't there.
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>>2968498
Shit, changing to this. Much better plan
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>>2968498
Also supporting this as well
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>>2968444
Shit, changing to this>>2968498 from this>>2968486
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>>2968444
Sounds like changing >>2968484 to >>2968498 is better

Forgot that we have his phone bugged too.
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>>2968444
>>2968498
This please
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>>2968498
I am so proud that I made our character be NSA-Chan
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Hmmm... Eventually we will need a pastebin with all the abilities and trick we have.
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>>2968498
>>2968501
>>2968505
>>2968511
>>2968532
>>2968570

Taking out your phone from your skirt's pocket, you activate the hidden bugs that connected to Eiji's phone. You then listen to the transmission, putting your face close to the speaker.

"HQ sent me a message, they said that a nearby forest was decimated. It's probably one of Morgan's monsters," Fujiwara says to the group.

"Maybe, but why would she trash some forest?" Eiji questioned.

"We don't know. Might be because there was something hidden there. Possibly a piece of Mordred's armor."

"Ugh!" cried Remini, "This secret magical girl job is tiring. Ever since we all joined your secret organization, we've been fighting monsters non-stop. Can't we just find that witch already?"

"B-But isn't Morgan powerful?" interjected the braided girl, shyly. "I think we're unprepared."

The quiet girl with the phone spoke up with a quiet voice, "I don't think so. Morgan is pretty weak since she's just escaped from the WMA's headquarters."

"I'm still, confused," Eiji remarked. "Why am I important?"

"It's because you hold the blood of Merlin. If used correctly, you can become one of the world's most powerful wizards, if not the best," explained Fujiwara. "That's why I'm here to claim you as my own, as I'm a descendant of king Arthur. For the sake of this world's peace and the preservation of our bloodline."

"Stop right there!" yelled, Remini, "Eiji's mine! He's more fitting to be my husband and become the part of the Remini family!"


Listening to the conversation, you're just about to crash through the door but what remains of your self-control still keeps you back. "Arthur?! Merlin?! Husband?! These girls are planning to take Eiji!" you screamed inside yourself, your psychotic side of yourself invading your psyche.

Leaving the door in a huff and nearly about to kill someone, you walk your way to Eji's classroom, room 131. There, you ask his guy friends about the four girls, losing their composure within your presence. Their explanation was very much like Suzukawa's, saying that they just showed up. And, like all boys, voiced their wish to have such fortune with woman. When they asked why, you simply told them that you're looking for Eiji to accompany you to the cafeteria to buy something. You then leave the classroom, the boys still excited by your appearance.

> Go to the cafeteria and buy something
> Go back to the rooftop's door
> Go to your classroom
> write-in
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>It's because you hold the blood of Merlin.
WHY DO I HAVE TO BE RIGHT ON THIS SORT OF STUPID?!?!!?!??!!?!?
I feel like Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park

>>2968795
>Go to the cafeteria and buy something
We may have to confront Eiji on this, and... Possibly play the sane motherfucker in the relationship.
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>>2968795
> Go to the cafeteria and buy something
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>>2968795
Fucking knew it.

>Go to the cafeteria

Lets stay calm and go on with our day, for now. Then isolate/kill the one we deem the weakest.
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>>2968795
> Go to the cafeteria and buy something

"That's why I'm here to claim you as my own, as I'm a descendant of king Arthur. For the sake of this world's peace and the preservation of our bloodline."

"Stop right there!" yelled, Remini, "Eiji's mine! He's more fitting to be my husband and become the part of the Remini family!"

If I had any doubts, they've been obliterated.
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This is hilarious.

They're still gonna die though. We have some intel about their purpose and why Eiji's with them now. NEXT, we need to get info on their ability set. Infiltrate, perhaps.

> Go to the cafeteria and buy something

Also remember we need to query the lizard about our Blank friend.
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>>2968896
Yeah, it's actually kinda funny how the QMC is probably the only one that actually loves Eiji for who he is (in a fucked up sort of way) whereas the other magical girls see him as a breeding tool.
Also here's an interesting thing to think about
>"as I'm a descendant of king Arthur."
She's either lying her ass off or there was a second kid involved when Arthur when on his incest spree.
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>>2968795
>Go to the cafeteria


should we ask some teachers about this girls or just search in some social networks ?

just for obtain more info
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>>2968795
SO... Since we ALSO have the blood of merlin, we have the potential to become the best witch!
This will become really interesting

> Go to the cafeteria and buy something
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>>2968931
Social networks probably know more than the teachers.
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>>2968929
I'm honestly REALLY hoping the answer is 'she's lying her ass off' as opposed to 'Japan is the center of everything now'.

Or at least 'she's technically a descendant but the bloodline's so thin and indirect it hardly counts.'
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>>2968969
but it could help.
also .... what about janitors ?
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>>2968989
what about them? The girls twitter and instagram should keep us more informed about their locations than anybody else.
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>>2968989
>>2968979
>>2968951
>>2968896
Random note but before we go off on our assassinations, we should wear a gas mask of some kind with a one way viewing glass, that way we can hide our identity much better and protect ourselves much better against gas attacks.
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>>2969033
While I don't share your opinion of a gas mask, cause it'd likely skewer our vision and we are a primarily ranged/ high speed character, I would advise something less obscuring.
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>>2969020
but what if ... they know some secrets or are part of a cult ?!
>>2969033
sound good, but since we are in the attck a normal mask could do.


also we should speak with Morgan, just for understand more our powers or something that can be useful.
we could train there without problems of being discovered.
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>>2969045
Perhaps it will, perhaps it won't.
Because it'll probably be made of magic and thus allow us to see normally.
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>>2969033
What about some tinted shooting glasses? There should be some tint out the that can reflect light better or make some colors pop out more
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>>2969066
I still suggest something to cover the lower half of our face since we may have some physical trait there that can give us away. Or heck, one of the MGs might be actually perceptive concerning faces and can figure out who we are just by the shape of our lips.
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>>2969084
Ok, i agree with that. We should also see if we can magically change our hair's color and size too.
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>>2969084
>>2969100

we could ask Morgan for an item that can do this.
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>>2969033
Chuuni makeup! If we look and act like a chuuni edgy girl in front of them, while transformed, they'll never suspect that the stoic cold beauty of the school is the same person.
This will also help us to vent out your anger and stress.
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>>2969084
Could just get a full masquerade mask.
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>>2969117
A good idea as well. I'm thinking like, Arkham/Jester in Devil May Cry 3.
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>>2969045
>>2969066
>>2969084
Could always get a respirator that only covers the lower half of the face, with optional tinted goggles or glasses depending on visibility.

I enjoy the idea of covering our face to emphasize the intimidation factor of an unknown enemy.
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>>2969117
I think it might be better simply never to speak to them. Otherwise we'd probably have to take the precaution of digitally distorting our voice so we don't run the risk of them recognizing it - to say nothing of the inevitable case where the device we're using for a voice modulator gets damaged or fails for some reason.
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>>2969153
It never hurts to have a voice modulator in the case of us losing our composure or yelling out something by accident. Even if we never end up using it, it's much better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.
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>>2969132
>>2969122
>>2969117
Oh come on guys, the answer should be obvious.
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>>2968827
>>2968859
>>2968868
>>2968896
>>2968926
>>2968931
>>2968951

You go to the school cafeteria, your hungry now that Suzukawa probably ate your lunchbox with one gulp.

Arriving at the cafeteria, you walk up to the lunch lady at the counter, asking for a few bags of melon bread. The lady obliges, handing it from under the display that shown all sorts of sandwiches and snacks, and waiting for you to give her the money. Digging out your wallet you payed her, taking all three bags of sweetened bread. You were in a bad mood, ripping apart the bags and eating the bread whole one after another once you find a place of privacy, thoroughly stuffing your mouth.

"Who do they think they are, who do they think they are!" you say to yourself, gulping down the bread with on bag remaining. "Eiji's mine! I've cared for him the longest, I've been with him all his life. We're fated! Those girls just see him as some tool!"

Distracted by yourself, you didn't have time to react to Suzukawa who turns around the hall's corner to see you in a rare demeanor. In her hands are your lunchbox, with the intent on giving it to you earlier than you asked before you went off alone.

"You okay, Nawa-san? You look like your about to murder someone. Oh! Can I have some of the melon bread!"

> "...Only half."
> "You can have the whole thing."
> "I'm fine! Better than ever!"
> write-in
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>>2969189
>Kitsune facemask with respirator
I can dig it.
>>2969204
>"I've barely eaten anything, I need something in me to keep going."
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>>2969204
>"Again? If you eat too much, you're going to get fat, you know. And no, I'm not feeling great right now. This is comfort food."
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>>2969218
Seconded.
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>>2969189
>>2969218

nice

also +1
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>>2969204
> "I'm fine! Better than ever!"
>"I've barely eaten anything, I need something in me to keep going."

Considering the current plotline, we should go with something more medieval.
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Pft. I'm liking Suzukawa a ton already. I used to have a friend in high school who was exactly like this. Always was asking for stuff off my plate. Good guy, just very hungry.
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>>2969242
Executioner's mask, then?
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>>2969218
>"I've barely eaten anything, I need something in me to keep going."
Supporting.


>Kitsune facemask with respirator
Interesting proposition, but I'm not sure how that will fit in with our current military aesthetic.
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>>2969204
> "...Only half."
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>>2969253
I was thinking more with a plague doctor mask or a tacticool medieval helmet
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"Leave Reji alone cyka!"
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>>2969266
Maybe we should buy something like pic related with the allowance of mom and dad
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>>2969266
The respiration is a part of the military aesthetic, since our entire getup is a combination of old world meets new world.
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>>2969218
>>2969224
>>2969232
>>2969242
>>2969266

"I've barely eaten anything, I need something in me to keep going," ripping apart the third bread's packaging and stuffing it in your mouth as well.

"Yikes, okay then," setting your lunchbox beside you. "If you eat too much of those things you'll get fat you know."

> "Says the person who can eat out the whole cafeteria."
> "It's comfort food, nothing else."
> "Don't remind me."
> write-in
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>>2969512
>"It's just to keep me going, I'm perfectly aware of how fattening this stuff can be. But thank you for looking out for me."
She's just got a simple heart to go with a simple mind. No need to completely bite her head off.
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>>2969537
Seconded. Might as well have at least one ally. Maybe we could eventually corrupt her. That'd be fuckin sweet
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>>2969512
>> "Says the person who can eat out the whole cafeteria."
>Also, HOW can you eat the whole cafeteria and not get fat? Magic?
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>>2969512
>> "Says the person who can eat out the whole cafeteria."
>"It's just to keep me going, I'm perfectly aware of how fattening this stuff can be. But thank you for looking out for me."

Honestly, it's interesting how as Yandere she is, she has someone who considers her a friend and she doesn't immediately consider a threat.
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>>2969512
>"Speaking from experience there?"
A light-hearted jibe.
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>>2969586
Maybe because she is so dull that if she ever sets her eye on our brother, we could tell her to not do it and she would most likely comply.
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>>2969616
Perhaps. I also get the feeling that were anything to happen to Suzukawa that didn't relate to her brother, Nawakubi would be surprised at how strongly she felt about it.
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>>2969537
>>2969547
>>2969586

"It's just to keep me going, I'm perfectly aware of how fattening this stuff can be. But thank you for looking out for me."

"No problem!" Suzukawa exclaimed, "Anyways, I'm also here to pick you up. Lunch is ending soon."

"Yeah, yeah, just wait."

Finishing your lunch, you throw away the wrappers into a nearby trashcan. You left with the lithe girl, returning to your classroom and sitting at your desk again. Moments later, the bell rang, students rushing to their classrooms to meet the deadline before they are marked absent for the next class.

The rest of the day was an ordinary routine, monotonous and boring. Your legs felt jumpy, waiting for the final bell to signal the end of school just like the others. Eyeing the clock, you count down the last sixty seconds. "Fifty, forty-two, twenty-seven, ten, five, three, one..."

The shrill sound of the bell rang throughout the halls, students alike getting out of their chairs and preparing to leave. You too do the same, packing your note and textbooks. Suzukawa, who was seated next to you, was sleeping like earlier, the metallic ringing being nothing to her but a lullaby.

> "Wake up, school's over."
> "Are you still taking me to that crepe' stand?"
> Slap the top of her head
> write-in
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>>2969689
> "Crepe Stand."

Literally say nothing else. That oughta wake her.
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>>2969694
Perfect
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>>2969689
>> "Crepe Stand."
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>>2969689
> "Crepe Stand."
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>>2969694
>>2969705
>>2969714
>>2969750

Hanging your bag over your shoulder you stand on Suzukawa's left side.

"Crepe stand," you say to her, leaning over her ear.

Instantly, Suzukawa shoots up, almost hitting you in the process. It was as if she was awake the whole day, her eyes bright with life and full of energy.

"Crepe stand," you repeated to her again.

"Oh, almost forgot about that!" getting out of her chair in a hasty motion. Suzukawa packs what little things she haves and hangs her bag just like yours, "So, are we getting Eiji?"

"Of course. That's the promise you made."

Suzukawa sticks her tongue out, "Ehehe, I remember."

Exiting the classroom, you go back to room 131 and see Eiji talking with his friends, the normal ones. He looks behind himself, seeing that you are waiting for him. Eiji says good-bye to the remaining people with him and meets you by the classroom door, Suzukawa moving aside for him to get through. You tell him that the catty girl is going to take you both to the park to try out the new crepe stand there. Eiji, hearing this, was excited, wondering what they have and serve.

You all soon get out of the the school, the campus gate open wide. Just hours ago, the whole place was bustling with teenagers, now barren as a suburban street at midnight.

> "I saw you talk to a girl during PE, who is she?"
> "Did anything happen during lunch? Meet someone, or...some people."
> Just hug Eiji
> write-in
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>>2969772
>write-in
"I dropped by your classroom to see if you wanted to get lunch together but your classmates said you'd gone off with some new friends. Tell me about them?"
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>>2969782
A good way to ask him about them.
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>>2969772

>>2969782
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>>2969772
> Just hug Eiji
>"I dropped by your classroom to see if you wanted to get lunch together but your classmates said you'd gone off with some new friends. Tell me about them?"
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>>2969782
>>2969787

Actually, scratch that. Suzukawa was the one who first told us about them, so maybe amend it a bit in case she butts in.

>"Suzukawa told me you'd been making some new friends. I dropped by your classroom to see if you wanted to get lunch together but your classmates said you'd gone off with them already. What are they like?"
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>>2969791
Good catch Anon
Supporting
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Note: This may put Suzukawa in the line of fire if it gets back to the quartet and the other girls get pissy about it. I feel that they won't do anything too drastic, however, and if they do, we'll get suitably upset about it.
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>>2969818
eh, better her than us.
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>>2969782
>>2969785
>>2969789
>>2969791
>>2969803

You hug Eiji from behind, "Suzukawa told me you've been making some new friends. I dropped by your classroom to see if you wanted to get lunch together but your classmates said you'd gone off with them already. What are they like?" you ask your brother.

"Wait, Suzukawa told you?!" Eiji says in surprise.

Suzukawa smiles, her face becoming cat-like, "Nyehe~! Yup! What's so wrong about that anyway?"

"Y-You know how onee-san can be if it concerns these specific topics," Eiji says to Suzukawa, hushing his voice. "Onee-san is nice but..."

"So what's the problem?" cutting Eiji off, "It just means that she loves you," spouting a statement with no regard, reinforcing your confidence.

> "I'll ask again, tell me what they're like."
> "Suzukawa is right, your onee-san loves you very, very much!"
> "We can talk more once we reach the park."
> write-in
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>>2969849
>> "We can talk more once we reach the park."
> "Suzukawa is right, your onee-san loves you very, very much!"
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>>2969849
> "Suzukawa is right, your onee-san loves you very, very much!"
Kiss him in the cheek again, just like you did in the morning.
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>>2969818
That it will, however if she survives their shitfit and wants to know more, we can supply much needed information.
>>2969849
> "Suzukawa is right, your onee-san loves you very, very much!"
> "We can talk more once we reach the park."


>"Onee-san is nice but..."
It means he already knows about our tendencies and that we have feelings for him. But is too much of a chickenshit to tell us off. Oh boy here we go again.
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>>2969849
>"Suzukawa is right, your onee-san loves you very, very much!"
>"I'm curious what sort of people these friends of yours are like. You must have gotten along like a house on fire from what I heard! Can you blame me for being a little worried that you haven't fallen in with a bunch of weirdos?"
>"And maybe just a tiny bit jealous."

>>2969650
You know, I'd like to imagine our relationship with Oneko could be more complex than just 'she's useful to me'. After all, she's explicitly a childhood friend (of sorts) - but being a friend and being a lackey doesn't really have to be mutually exclusive.

It's quite possible that rather than coming to the realization that she cares quite a bit about Oneko, Hanano instead tells the adversary who's in the middle of trying to make her realize that she's more human than she had previously known and therefore should be on the same side: "Of COURSE I care about her, you fucking asshole!"
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>>2969849

>>2969917
I like this. Seconding.

And yeah, that'd be cool.
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>>2969917
That's not how yandere's work. They categories things in this way:
1. Threats to be eliminated
2. Conveniences
3. Mindless masses worth less than dirt
4. Love interest
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>>2969852
>>2969860
>>2969865
>>2969917
>>2969939

"Suzukawa is right, your onee-san loves you very, very much! Besides, I'm curious what sort of people these friends of yours are like. You must have gotten along like a house on fire from what I heard! Can you blame me for being a little worried that you haven't fallen in with a bunch of weirdos?"

"I know you're worried but everything's fine, Onee-san. They're perfectly normal."

"Really?..."

"Yes, really!"

"If you say so..."

Detaching yourself from Eiji, you go alongside him. His nervous answers proves the opposite of his lies as you already know who he's been with. You just need that little sliver of information, just one detail from one of the four. Then, you can start after dark.

"You know, I never asked this but you're really affectionate to Eiji. Like, clingly," Suzukawa remarked, leaving Eiji out of the conversation. "Sometimes make me think that your love is above sisterly."

> "And since when did you notice?"
> "I assure you, it's wholly pure."
> "Does it matter? Love is love!"
> write-in
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>>2969994
We dont need to be a cookie cutter yandere, and so far we have proven that we are capable of more forethought than other yanderes.
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...Not sure how to respond to this one. Instinct says "Does it matter?" in regards to our personality, but I'm legit concerned what either of them might say about it.
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>>2970038
>"Of course! Of the four types of love, mine for Eiji is closest to Agape, the purest love of all; for his sake, I would do absolutely anything."
Or at least that's what she tells herself.

>>2969994
You're assuming Hanano must be a flat two-dimensional yandere that works only in cliches. My point is that she can be - and would probably be far more compelling if she is - a more complex character than that.

She doesn't have to be just a walking stereotype. Within the setting at least, she didn't suddenly appear, fully formed with all her obsession straight from nothing. She's a girl, with her own life and her own past experiences that have molded her up till this point.
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>>2970038
>"Yeah, I can be clingy at times. I just sometimes fear that there will come a time where I might never see a loved one again because of some nasty accident. Life's never truly fair to anyone."
It lets them know that our clinginess is something that can be borne out of fear. Which can be understandable to our friend. Our brother on the other hand is going to be hit with a level of confusion like no other.
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>>2970038
> "And since when did you notice?"
>>2970043
>>2970056
Fair enough
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>>2970038
>"Isn't it sad how siblings drift apart the older they get? I don't want us to end up like that. Or would Eiji prefer I be cold to him?"
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>>2970038
>"Yeah, I can be clingy at times. I just sometimes fear that there will come a time where I might never see a loved one again because of some nasty accident. Life's never truly fair to anyone."
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Wouldn't this be a touch on the nose? Or, well. Maybe not 'on the nose' but too much like an excuse they could theoretically counterbalance? I dunno...
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>>2970038
> "And since when did you notice?"
That is not a matter that that should concern you. Or does it somehow affect you?
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>>2970134
They could counterbalance sure, but I believe it's very obvious to our brother that we've been extremely odd for a very long time. We're just giving a general meaning to our behavior.
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>>2970062
>>2970087

"Yeah, I can be clingy at times. I just sometimes fear that there will come a time where I might never see a loved one again because of some nasty accident. Life's never truly fair to anyone."

Suzukawa shrugs, "I think I understand. It's just that you look very different from your brother."

"I can see why, but I can confidently say that we're fully related to each other."

"Onee-san gets that question a lot, often being confused for a foreigner, " Eiji says. "I think about it as well but it doesn't matter in the end."

"That I can agree. Genetics is too hard for me, seriously, how can people have that as their profession?" Suzukawa jests.

All three lose yourselves within the conversation, enough so that you barely notice stepping into the park grounds. You were familiar with the place, often going here to play along with Eiji when you were kids. Suzukawa was a different case in that she started visiting here when she met you, and now had become a spot where you usually gather.

Suzukawa points to a stand at the far corner, pulling her wallet from her bag and walking over to it. You and Eiji follow her, forcing yourselves to pick up pace as Suzukawa's excitement makes her more speedy. Reaching the stand, you browse the menu, telling the her to get a chocolate strawberry and banana. Eiji picks one with salad and meat inside while Suzukawa herself gets herself a double chocolate. The man at the stand took the catty girl's money with a polite smile, making the crepes before all of you in a flash and giving your respective orders one at a time. You pick a bench that faced the child playground, eating in general silence.

> Take a bite out of Eiji's
> Offer Eiji yours
> write-in
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>>2970179
> Take a bite out of Eiji's
> Offer Eiji yours
Give and take
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>>2970179
>Ask for a bite of Eiji's Crepe while offering a bite of your Crepe in return.
Gotta sell him the idea that it's just something minor.
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>>2970179
>> Take a bite out of Eiji's
>> Offer Eiji yours
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>>2970179
> Take a bite out of Eiji's
> Offer Eiji yours
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>>2970179
>Offer Eiji yours
>In exchange for a bite out of Eiji's
Give first before taking.
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We must find a way to slowly drain our brother magical power. This way those skaky girls will lost interest of him considering they want him because of high magical mana.
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>>2970179
>>2970189
>>2970211
In this order please
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Wonder if this answers the question of how what's her name can claim to be descended from King Arthur. 'Fuck you, that's how. Stop asking.'
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>>2970217
What if they think the power lies with his genetics and not his current magical powers?
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>>2970267
They've basically implied that already.

Also, Japan. They're ALL about bloodline and genetics and whatnot over anything else.
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>>2970193
>>2970211
>>2970219

"Want to trade, Eiji? One bite of mine for yours."

"Eh? Oh, s-sure," your brother bashfully says.

Biting into Eiji's crepe, the tender meat coupled with lettuce and other vegetable coats your mouth in a delectable flavor. In return, you raised your hand that was holding yours to Eiji who took a small bite in comparison.

Suzukawa whistled, "If I didn't know any better, I'd think of you two as a couple already."

"What are you saying, Suzukawa-san?!" Eiji reflexively says to her.

> "What's wrong with the idea? I like it."
> "I can be your girlfriend, you just have to ask, Eiji."
> "Would you prefer for me to dye my hair black and wear contacts, Neko."
> write-in
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>>2970280
>> "I can be your girlfriend, you just have to ask, Eiji."
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>>2970280
> "I can be your girlfriend, you just have to ask, Eiji."
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>>2970274
Then there's no reason to drain him of his magic since then he'll have no way to defend himself.

>>2970280
>"Well she's not wrong, I'm technically a girl and I like to think of myself as your friend too. So that makes me a girlfriend. Right?"
Logic Trolling is best Trolling
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>>2970280
>"I can be your girlfriend, you just have to ask, Eiji."
>Roll dem hips.

We DO have hips, right?
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>>2970280
>"That's just how close we are. No one cares about Eiji more than I do!"
Less overtly creepy, still just as obsessive.
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>>2970318
I like this one.
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>>2970318
I can support this as well.
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>>2970297
>>2970303
>>2970305

>>2970318
>>2970376
>>2970394

"That's just how close we are. No one cares more about Eiji more than I do! And besides," addressing your brother, "I can be your girlfriend, you just have to ask."

You roll your hips to show them off to him, the suppleness of your thighs putting pressure on his own legs.

He diverts his eyes away from your lower-half of your body, "I-I think I'm fine with how we are right now."

You stop your minor advance, straightening yourself out on the bench. For the rest of the time, you three finish your crepe's throwing the wrappings away and splitting off to each other's houses. Just about when Suzukawa left the park, she said good-bye to the both of you, going her own way down the street. You too start your way to your house, reaching it in no time with nothing to stop you.

Closing the front door, you and Eiji take off your shoes. The windows let in an orange light from the afternoon sun, alone by yourselves as both of your parents are out for work. Eiji goes ahead towards his room, presumably to change out of his school uniform. You went to yours as well to do the same, dropping your bag by your computer desk and crashing onto your bed.

> Crash into Eiji's room
> Take a shower
> Try to communicate with Albilio (somehow)
> write-in
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>>2970318
This...also shoulder bump. Maybe we can retaliate with a tickle attack and make our friend join in too.
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>>2970414
>> Take a shower
go in first before he comes then we will have our sibling bath.

All according to keikaku
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>>2970414
> Take a shower
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>>2970427
Seconding
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>>2970427
But wait! What if he hears the shower running? And is waiting till we completely leave the bathroom before heading in?
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>>2970414
>write-in
Review our surveillance of Eiji's room and person over the past few days. Did something usual happen over the past few days for him to meet those girls, or did they really just transfer into our school and drape themselves over him like a bunch of cheap whores?

Also, look up those girls online. Also Merlin (which will lead us to Morgan and Mordred, even if we don't know it in-character yet). Don't forget the dozen or so layers of proxies, as usual.
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>>2970447
Supporting, after we take our shower.
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>>2970447
Supporting, but we DO also need to contact Albilio about our friend.
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>>2970427
>>2970432
>>2970433

Changing out of your uniform, you wrap a towel around you. You then take a pair of clothes, exiting your room and into the shower before Eiji does. Placing the clothes in a basket that is within a rack, you hide inside the tub as you lay down flat on its white floor, waiting for Eiji.

After a while, you hear the bathroom door creak open, closing with a clink as Eiji locks the door. He doesn't notice that your clothes are already in the basket, putting his own in without a second thought. Turning on the shower that was outside of the bath, he then washes himself before he went to bathe.

> Jump out of the tub and surprise him
> Wait for him to finish washing
> Try to pin him down to the floor
> write-in
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>>2970526
>write-in
>Offer to wash his back.
As if nothing is wrong and everything is perfectly normal. You'll just be bathing together, just like old times.
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>>2970526
>Why don't you join me in the tub? I was your back and you was mine. For old times sake.
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> that third option

This girl be thirsty
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>>2970539
+1 on this one though.

No way the third one works
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>>2970573
well, it wont be rape if we manage to turn his pupils into hearts
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>>2970539
This.
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>>2970526
>>2970539
Why not
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>>2970539
>>2970573
>>2970585
>>2970611

"Why don't I wash your back, Eiji," you say to the unsuspecting boy.

"O-Onee-san?! Why are you here?!"

"I just wanted to wash together with my little brother, where's the harm in that?"

"But we're grown up! E-Especially..." Eiji stammers, looking down to your revealing body that's loosely covered by a white towel. "I-I'll go."

Before your brother could exit the bathroom, you were fast enough to block his way, forcing him to step back to where he was previously.

"Now, now, just allow me," you say happily.

Eiji, seeing that he can't escape, abides, sitting back down under the shower. You smile, kneeling behind him as you start to wash his back. Eiji, was tense, looking like he was trying to hide something.

> Press your chest against him
> Just continue to wash his back
> write-in
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>>2970670
> Press your chest against him

Might as well go all in
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>>2970675
>Just continue to wash his back
>"Just breathe slowly and relax, you'll turn yourself into a crushed up can if you keep acting like that."
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>>2970675
>> Press your chest against him
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>>2970675
>Just continue to wash his back
You're really tense, Eiji. There isn't anything worrying you as of late, is there? You know I'll do anything to help you if you need it, right?
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>>2970675
>just wash his back.
If we play our cards right, he might be more open for something like this next time.
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>>2970675
> Just continue to wash his back
> write-in
I meant what I said before, you know.
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>>2970682
>>2970699
>>2970707
>>2970715

Continuing to wash Eiji as normal, his back muscles still tenses every time you stroke him. At this point, both hands are on his lap, his cheeks red from embarrassment.

"You're really tense, Eiji. There isn't anything worrying you as of late, is there? You know I'll do anything to help you if you need it, right?" you tell him with a gentle tone.

"N-Nothing's wrong. It's just that...You being this close and barely clothed, I..."

"I what?"

"I...It's...Hard."

> "Ara, ara, don't be so embarrassed. Just breathe and relax."
> "Do you maybe want me?..."
> "Don't worry, Eiji, it's normal for a boy like you. Besides, I've already seen when we were kids."
> write-in
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>>2970730
> "Ara, ara, Eiji, it's normal for a boy like you. Just breathe and relax."

This post is brought to you by the word: Cherrypicking
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>>2970675
>Eiji you should relax. Breathe in, Breathe out.
>You seems stressed. You know it's not good to bottle it up inside. I worry about you Eiji so please tell Onee-san everything. Ill understand and listen whatever you say.

We should be caring here guys. I want Eiji to relax so he can converse with us calmly.
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>>2970730
>> "Don't worry, Eiji, it's normal for a boy like you. Besides, I've already seen when we were kids."
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>>2970730
>> "Ara, ara, don't be so embarrassed. Just breathe and relax; it's normal for a boy like you. Besides, I've already seen when we were kids."
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>>2970739
Supporting as well.
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>>2970730
>> "Ara, ara, don't be so embarrassed. Just breathe and relax."
>Don't worry i won't peek i just want you to be relax and leave everything to oneesan ok?
Yeah let's not make it akward.
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>>2970730
>"There's no need to be embarrassed, Eiji. I meant what I said before, you know - all of it. I care about you more than anyone; there's nothing I won't do for you. I won't hold anything against you, ever. All you need to do is ask."
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>>2970738
>>2970739
>>2970743
>>2970744
>>2970746
>>2970758

"Ara, ara~ Don't worry, Eiji, it's normal for a boy like you. Just breathe and relax. Besides, I've already seen it when we were kids."

Eiji nods, pacing his breathing while keeping his member down.

"You seem stressed. You know it's not good to bottle it up inside. I worry about you, Eiji, so please, tell onee-san everything. I'll understand and listen to whatever you say."

Your brother slightly turns his head on the side to face you, "Are you sure?"

"Mhmm, yes. I'm sure."

"Okay...Recently, there's been some stuff. I thought about telling you but it's sorta complicated..."

"I'm all ears, Eiji, don't worry," you reassured.

"There's a lot of things that I didn't know about, and you do too. Certain things that are hard to tell you, Onee-san. Me and my new friends had been working together to fix some stuff, and to be honest, I don't know if it's safe for you to know what it is."

> "Don't worry. What stuff have you been doing with your...friends?"
> "Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
> "Can you tell me more about your new friends? Who they are and what they are like."
> write-in
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>>2970870
>> "Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
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>>2970870
> "Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
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>>2970870
>"Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to keep this secret safe and us with it."
Gotta start things off softly before we dig into him for his friends information.
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>>2970870
>> "Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
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>>2970870
> "Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
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>>2970870
>"Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
And besides, if you say something like 'I don't know if it's safe', that's only going to make me more determined to help you, you know?
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>>2970870
>>> "Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."
>>Now that you said it's not safe makes me worry now you know?
>>
Been thinking more about this, and I realized:

Okay, so...what do we do if he spills it to us and then we're like 'okay' and we somehow manage to talk him out of liking any of them? I mean, at that point it'd kinda be 'mission accomplished' for us, but what about the others and Morgan Le Fay's bullshit?
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>>2970922
The girls still want him so our interests with Morgan still align.
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>>2970922
The girls need to die they are pursuing him, worst of all they only want him for his possible magic. Then we kill Morgan because lets face it she is a danger to our brother.
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>>2970922
They're still a threat because they want to turn our brother into a sperm deposit unit.
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>>2970927
>>2970930
>>2970938
Fair enough.
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>>2970922
It isn't just about making him like us or not like other girls. It's about keeping him safe and making sure he's happy.

Remember, we didn't kill Eri back at the start of the thread out of jealousy. The reason (as said to her corpse; for all intents and purposes our true feelings) was that she 'accidentally showed me how dangerous you are to Eiji.'

If we think these girls might pose a threat to Eiji, we would gladly drag them with us into hell to protect him. We'd stain ourselves in blood to keep him clean.

And if it comes down to it, I think we'd rather he hate us but live in peace than love us but be miserable.
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>>2970922
We still kill them because they still want to fuck our dear brother.

>>2970938
Wouldn't it be a sperm withdrawal unit?
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>>2970964
They're going to use him to deposit his sperm into them. So technically I misused the word and you are right.
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>>2970877
>>2970880
>>2970882
>>2970889
>>2970904
>>2970905
>>2970918

"Your onee-san is strong, have confidence. I'll be sure to stay safe and protect you."

Eiji, for a moment, fell silent. Reflecting on himself, the only sound within the bathroom was your scrubbing. He then steeled himself, shaking his head left to right.

"You're...You're right," he proclaimed, "The thing is, and you might no believe it, that we've been fighting a dangerous person. There's this organization too that I'm a part of now. At first, I came across the four of them in a bad situation and managed to help, and now, we're friends and stuff."

Eiji gave a weak laugh, a genuinely friendly one when he looked back upon the past.

> "Can you tell me about these friends?"
> "What's this organization?"
> "Who's this person you're fighting?"
> write-in
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>>2970997
>> "Can you tell me about these friends?"
>> "What's this organization?"
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>>2970997
>"Why don't you start at the very beginning? And work your way from there."
We can ask the most specific questions as he continues his story.
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>>2970997
>"Why don't you start from the start? Tell me how you met these friends."
Ease him into opening up more about them by getting him to relate an apparently-fond memory.
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>>2970997
>"Why don't you start at the very beginning? And work your way from there."
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>>2970997
>>"Why don't you start at the very beginning? And work your way from there."
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>>2970997
>> "Can you tell me about these friends?"
>> "What's this organization?"
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>>2971015
>>2971022
>>2971030
>>2971037

"Why don't you start at the very beginning? And work your way from there."

"Well, the first time I came across them was when I was coming back home from the convenience store. I took the usual path to our house but it felt 'off'. Like a uneasy feeling when you stare at a house that's at the end of the street. I shook it off and thought it was nothing, but there was..." Eiji stops momentarily, resuming when he finds a word to replace what he was going to say, "But there was this man. He didn't look like a man at all though, he was some sort of animal, horns and a tail sticking out from him. At that time, I immediately knew when to run, bolting from there as fast as I can. The man..ish thing was catching up to me, and when I thought that I was going to get caught, they came. All three of them somehow managed to...'drive him off', helping me back up. And until then, the same thing repeated itself, sometimes in the morning and sometimes in the night. I won't lie, I became paranoid then. It was then that they offered me to join them, most of the members - one or two - being new themselves. I accepted, not knowing what I was getting myself into, but during my time with them I found out that I have something that's highly coveted...All in all, that's the short version of it."

> "Want me to start filling the tub?"
> "Can you tell me about your new friends?"
> "Can you tell me about this organization?"
> write-in
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>>2971133
>> "Can you tell me about this organization?"
>You're not doing anything shady, right? This sounds like a yakuza recruitment strategy.
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>>2971142
Supporting. Wouldn't hurt to get it into his head that he's being used as a pawn.
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>>2971133
>> "Want me to start filling the tub?"
>> "Can you tell me about your new friends?"
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>>2971133
>>You're not doing anything shady, right? This sounds like a yakuza recruitment strategy.
> "Can you tell me about this organization?"
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>>2971133
Backing >>2971142
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>>2971189
Also supporting the tub thing, wouldn't hurt to minutely distract him so it doesn't feel like an interrogation.
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>>2971142
>>2971180
>>2971190
>>2971191

"Can you tell me about this organization? You're not doing anything shady, right? It sounds like a yakuza recruitment strategy."

Eiji turns around to face you in his seat, waving his hands to dismiss your assumption, "No, no, they aren't like the yakuza or anything. They're pretty widespread all over the world, wokring in mysterious ways. Believe me, I was surprised when they knew all about us."

"Us?..."

"Er, y-yeah. It's not bad, onee-san, they aren't using it for corrupt purposes. It's just that we have something special like I said earlier. It's a bit unsettling, not going to lie but they're good."

"Is spying on people good?"

"I mean...I think it depends on the circumstance. Anyways, the organization is...If I remember...WMA? Yeah, WMA, world's magic association. They handle stuff that's out of the norm, and things that governments cannot handle. Fujiwara-san and Otobe-san were the two who recruited us, the first person to join being Remini-san and the last being me and Aeki-san."

> "Want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"
> "I think that's enough for now, it's time to relax."
> "Tell me about them."
> write-in
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>>2971255
>> "Want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"
>> "I think that's enough for now, it's time to relax."
don't push him too far. the bitches will pay but eiji can't know about our involvement
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>>2971255
>"Hm. They better not be leading you into anything dangerous. You don't deserve that. Anyway, I think that's enough for now, it's time to relax. Want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"
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>>2971255
>> "Want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"
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>>2971255
>"Hm. They better not be leading you into anything dangerous. You don't deserve that. I mean you are still a teenager you know you will make mother and father worry and me too. Anyway, I think that's enough for now, it's time to relax. Want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"
Guilt tripping with parents is a good way to make second thoughts
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>>2971267
>>2971268
Supporting
Time for comfy times.
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First steps for our little bro is
1. He is not a hero. And he must NOT be a hero. Considering she has 4 girls hounding him like a piece of meat his ego grows by a lot making doing dumb things that we don't want him to place himself into.
2. Ease him not to socialize with the girl much. Make him imply that he is just using him for their own ends without his feelings whether he likes it or not.
3. Protect himself first before others. This is just my own opinion. This could be one moment of weakness from himself and we gonna protect our little bro.
4. Slowly implant some little hatreds. Show him that even though they are fighting the bad guy they can't save even a civillian who got caught in a crossfire. This will change his mind and possibly break with the girls.

I have a lot of scenarios in my mind that i want to manipulate to our little brother but for now this is what i think of. We need to make it very subtle for him not to notice. The girls will bitch about it blaming it to someone and hopefully Eiji knows their dirt.
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>>2971255
> "Want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"
> "I think that's enough for now, it's time to relax."
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>>2971267
>>2971268
>>2971292
>>2971317
>>2971323

You get up from the bathroom's floor, stretching your legs, "Hm, they better not be leading you into anything dangerous. You don't deserve that; I mean, you are still a teenager you know, but you will make the rest of your family worry, me included."

"I know, I know, onee-san. I'll try to get out of trouble."

"Good! Then I think talking about this is enough for now," the atmosphere becoming more comfier, "It's time to relax, want me to start filling the tub, Eiji?"

"Sure."

Taking a few steps towards the tub, you bend over to turn on the water. You forgot that you were wearing a towel, Eiji becoming redder than a cherry. This wasn't planned but you liked how this accidentally came to be.Pulling down the towel to cover your lower half more, you then test the water's temperature. It was perfectly warm, the steam turning the whole bathroom into a sort of sauna. Taking off the towel, you go inside, the water rising as volume is added. Eiji was just standing in the middle of the room, frozen.

> "What are you waiting for? Come."
> "Don't be shy, Eiji."
> "If you stare at onee-san's body for too long, the water will get cold."
> write-in
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>>2971369
I mean, we're supposed to kill him. But I was thinking something along the lines of this, anyway.

...Basically, I figured we'd try to end up playing the WMA and Morgan Le Fay against each other wholesale. I AM concerned we might take too long, not to mention get caught out by lizard dude.

>>2971375
> "What are you waiting for? Come."

Time for a fade out, methinks, just to be safe.
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>>2971375
>> "What are you waiting for? Come."
>>I said that you should relax right? come on now .or the water will get cold.
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>>2971375
>> "What are you waiting for? Come."
desu I want to make sure our brother is safe and away from these women, they only want him for their own power. they are going to get him killed all for their own glory.
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>>2971375
> "What are you waiting for? Come."
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>>2971385
>Implying we get even close enough to a fade to black.

>>2971375
> "What are you waiting for? Come."
> "Don't be shy, Eiji. This is just like when we were kids."
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>>2971453
Yeah he seems to have allowed us to get closer but Im not sure either that he actually will allow anything to happen yet
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Guys we forgot something important.
what is our MG name? Not that it matters since they gonna be dead anyway.
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Have to admit, I'm curious about this World Magic Association. How far does their influence reach? How much money do they have? How do they operate? Because even if we kill these girls, they may just send someone in later to continue the job.
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>>2971385
>>2971387
>>2971388
>>2971394
>>2971453

"What are you waiting for? Come," you say, raising a hand to usher your brother in.

Eiji beckons to you warily, conscious about the difference between man and woman between you two while he enters the warm water. Now in front of you, your breast and thighs touch against his backside. Eiji tries to tenses his body but the steam along with the perspiration on his skin relaxes him so, falling back into you. Now, it's just you two within the bathroom that's thorough in steam, the sound of cars faintly leaking through the window at the top of the wall.

"It's so quiet, Eiji. It's really...Peaceful. Don't you want things to stay like this forever?" you softly voice, the steam making you a tad bit woozy. "You know I love you, and that I'll do anything for it, right?"

Wrapping your arms around your brother, you pull him into you more. He tries to get up, lifting his upper-half of her body but fails to do so, giving up and letting you hug him. Knowing his defeat, you then start snuggling Eiji, you body sticking onto him, it's a rare time for things to be like this and you're not going to waste it.

"I know you love me, Onee-san. Sometimes, I too seek this tranquil state but wouldn't that be boring? And if I don't like it you would probably change it because of such. That's how you've always been, Onee-san, doing things to please me."

A light fear creeps into your head, scared of what he's trying to say to you - what you think he's trying to say to you. "D-Do you possibly...Hate me for it?" you question with uncertainty.

"It's alright, Onee-san, it's okay. Don't worry, I know how you can go downhill if I say things like that, heha..." Eiji, putting out a pathetic and small laugh. "It's just when I look back at things, you've done everything to make me happy, you know? Even when we were kids. And, to be truthful, at times you can be scary. But I doubt you have anything malicious in you, no, it's the love you give that can be scary. Though, it's not like you're going around murdering people - murdering girls that I come into contact with. I like your personality, so...Don't...Change?-- I mean in a good way."

> "Of course! Everything for you!"
> "Are you possibly saying that you love me? Beyond as a sister?"
> "Eiji! I love you! I love you, I love you, I love you!"
> "Service Eiji"
> write-in
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>>2972169
Will come back at 3:00 PDT. Until then, I'll see you guys,
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>>2972169
> "Of course! Everything for you!"
> "Are you possibly saying that you love me? Beyond as a sister?"
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>>2972169
> "Of course! Everything for you!"
>I wont promise to anyone who hurt you though.
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>>2970569
I see i should have saved this reaction to use now. He cant possibly know right?
I mean hitting the nail that squarely can either be a comedy thing... OR, his desperate attempt at bringing back his sister who went too far, and he knows it's too late but feels he have to try anyway
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>>2972169
>"Of course! Everything for you!"

>>2972236
I think he suspects yandere stuff and he is trying to prevent it in the most non confrontational way possible. I doubt he has any concrete evidence that we are in fact killing girls.
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>>2972169
> "Of course! Everything for you!"
"Rejoice, my cute little brother, your wish will be granted."
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>>2972169
>Don't you want things to stay like this forever?" you softly voice, the steam making you a tad bit woozy.
Oho, a time for us to be less inhibited and let the mask slip, just a little?

>write-in
"You know I can't do that. I live for you. If you change, and your needs change, then I have to change too. The only way for me not to change... is for you never to do so either."
Don't make promises we won't keep, and don't lie to him meaninglessly. We'll do everything to make sure he's happy even if it makes him hate us or makes him sad in the process.
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>>2972297
Also it occurs to me that, if the girls aren't bullshitting Eiji, and they are actually agents of a global organization, we have bigger problems than just killing the four of them.

When their operatives go missing, they're invariably going to send additional teams in to investigate the disappearances, which will cause our (and, more importantly, Eiji's) problems to snowball.

In order to ensure Eiji's safety, we're eventually either going to have to entirely wipe out anyone who has an interest in whatever ability Eiji has inherited; or else find a way to remove from Eiji whatever property they're interested in, after which they should move on to more attractive targets.

Hanano does not know the meaning of half-measures.
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Who was the girl murdered at the start, anyway? Hanano lured her with a confession letter, but maybe he noticed her absence?
>>2972169
>>2972297
>write-in
"You know I can't do that. I live for you. If you change, and your needs change, then I have to change too. The only way for me not to change... is for you never to do so either."
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>>2972169
>> "Of course! Everything for you!"

Ok,... so we can't kill the girls right away because that will alarm our brother and turn the organization against us. What about the next best thing then?

We turn them into our thralls.

They can't be a threat if they are under our control and they won't raise any alarm because they will still be doing their jobs(albeit as best as we let them). Then little by little we will remove them from the map until we can kill them without anybody giving a damn.
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>>2972356
Morgan specified 'kill or apprehend' as our part of the bargain. Either we do so and raise those alarms, or go against Morgan without knowing how closely she's watching us.

Admittedly, we'll likely end up going against her anyway, but ideally we don't do so while we're still completely green.

Then again, those girls did suppose that Morgan might still be weak after just escaping, so perhaps now might be the best time to try to overthrow her shit.
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>>2972356
Make them "commit suicide". In public with a lot of witnesses, a suicide note and a beliable motive.
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>>2972367
But if they are under our control they are effectively apprehended (in a mental way). The moment Morgan tries to raise Mordred we can fake a little fight where our girls lose and we are done with it. Or on the other hand if Morgan tries to back stab us, it would become a 5 vs 1 fight and we might win or at least manage to escape.

>those girls did suppose that Morgan might still be weak after just escaping
I'm betting on that their information is wrong. A smart opponent will fake weakness in order to lure their prey into a false sense of security.

>>2972376
That might work too.
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So I guess we're not going to prod on his feelings for us?
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>>2972367
>Eiji is the final component to revive Mordred
>Eiji is also their superweapon to kill Mordred/Le Day
>Both these options caused by sacrifice
Wake up everyone we can't trust everyone we need to save Eiji.
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>>2972379
Wait, did you mean actively applying some kind of magical compulsion on them?

Do we even have that capability? Let alone sufficient aptitude for it not to be found out or foiled?

>>2972379
>I'm betting on that their information is wrong. A smart opponent will fake weakness in order to lure their prey into a false sense of security.
A distinct possibility. I don't really favor betting blindly on unknowns, and I would guess Hanano wouldn't either.
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>>2972386
>I think that most of us already have that suspicion in the backs of our mind. But you are forgetting that we also have the blood of merlin flowing within our veins and with that all the capacity to become the best witch ever, so there might be a third option there.

>>2972393
>Wait, did you mean actively applying some kind of magical compulsion on them?
I was thinking something like that combined with the "Friendship bracelets"and maybe some psychological coercion. You know, everything that we can do so that when one measure fails, we have more backups to rely upon.

>Do we even have that capability? Let alone sufficient aptitude for it not to be found out or foiled?
No to either of those, but we definitely have the potential and we could begin testing our powers on our unsuspecting classmates and our dumb friend.
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This seems like a fun quest.

>"But there was this man. He didn't look like a man at all though, he was some sort of animal, horns and a tail sticking out from him. At that time, I immediately knew when to run, bolting from there as fast as I can. The man..ish thing was catching up to me, and when I thought that I was going to get caught, they came. All three of them somehow managed to...'drive him off', helping me back up. And until then, the same thing repeated itself, sometimes in the morning and sometimes in the night. I won't lie, I became paranoid then.

So are we going to ask Morgan about this? Or just start immediately plotting against her? We now have an IC reason to believe that she may be a direct threat to Eiji's life now. She's the one with animal-like minons, after all. And if she's not after his life now, why did that change?
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>>2972408
i'm gonna play devil's advocate for a while and argue that Eiji ran when he saw the lizard because he was taken by surprise. In comparison we didn't because we were caught dumping a body and had no real way of escape. The lizard would have probably followed us too if we had ran, so i think this was a misunderstanding from Eiji's side rather than Morgan trying to skewer our brother.
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>>2972399
My concern is that we don't know how big a fish we are in this new pond, or how closely we're being monitored. Our practice out in the forest has already drawn their attention, and I worry that attempting to experimenting with our new powers might give us away.

I'm considering how we could subtly contact them in such a way that doesn't immediately put us against them in a head-to-head lightshow. Some way that allows us to, without attracting Morgan's attention, open a channel of communication with the girls and start playing both sides against each other.

It occurs to me that, if we're somehow strong enough, our endgame might be proposing that we work for the WMA under the condition that they stay the fuck away from Eiji.

>>2972408
We could try confronting her about this and demanding that she stays away from Eiji if she wants us to keep working for her. Feels like something Hanano might to do?
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>>2972431
>It occurs to me that, if we're somehow strong enough, our endgame might be proposing that we work for the WMA under the condition that they stay the fuck away from Eiji.

Hell, since magic is in the bloodline, they may even officially support us getting to keep Eiji. One generation of incest isn't going to be harmful and might help draw out any latent traits.
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>>2972433
we can have that idea on the backburner. for now we need to assess the current threats to our happiness. The girls who are planning to use our brother as a cum dispenser and Morgan. Remember both of us have Merlin’s blood, so theres no doubt that Morgan would try to get rid of us. If we come in contact with Morgan and her pet lizard make sure to play stupid on our ancestry, last thing we need is her knowing that we know. If anything we should see if theres possibly a way to make a clean sweep of both parties, I mean at some point they are going to clash, maybe we can pretend to be a double agent...
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>>2972219
>>2972229
>>2972251
>>2972256
>>2972356

"Of course! Everything for you!" you spouted, giggling. Just him saying that is enough to throw you into an ecstatic fit.

Eiji's face turns calm, the ends of his mouth curving, "Thanks..."

Wallowing in the bath, you soon get out to dry. It was still as awkward for Eiji when you wipe the water off yourself, watching you attentively until you rewrap the towel around you. He then dries himself as well, hurrying. Looking back at him you take in the sight, Eiji's bare body being a sweet treat to yours eyes.

Done, you both exit the bathroom door, the steam rolling onto the ground as if it was still liquid. Going into your rooms, you then start to change into more leisurable clothes. The sun was just setting, the previously orange sky now a vivid mixture of pink and other warm hues.

> Put on one of your cosplay outfits and go into Eiji's room
> Observe you collection of pictures
> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
> write-in
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>>2972827
> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
enough yandere-ing around, we gotta get started on actually stopping these harpies
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>>2972827
>Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
On the off-chance that he's watching us far closer than we'd like, we could simply voice aloud from our current position: "Albilio, I need to talk. Are you there?"

If that fails, we go out for a walk and head back nearby the place we first met him.
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>>2972839
>>2972849
also lets make sure not to let any info slip, just mention that our friend confirmed those magical girls are hanging around our brother and that they had a secrecy seal.
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>>2972827
> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
We should ask Albilio about this secret organization.
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>>2972827
> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
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Kind of upset that we didn't use the opportunity to see what he feels for her though.
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>>2972890
You dont ask that kind of questions on a moment like that. Specially when it took us that long to get eiji to bath with us.
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>>2972896
So when would be the right time? I thought since it was an intimate setting that it was appropriate.
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>>2973043
You know, when he feels at ease with our advances and we dont have to trick him into them.
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>>2973086
Ok then.
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>>2972827
> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)

"Oi, lizard fuck."

Seriously though, need to ask about the organization as well as our friend and her weird null ability.
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>>2972827
> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
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>>2972827
>> Communicate with Albilio (somehow)
We could try to go to an isolated place and scream his name?
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>>2973232
>>2972849
Albilio) "Here is my queen's household, planted and built under the trees. We are a bit for from your home but I assure you, this place is in walking distance if you look hard enough. The cover of the canopy is a great veil for the unsuspecting."

Maybe we can look for it to contact him?
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>>2973264
Hmm, you got a point there. Maybe we should go to the nearest tree or park or non destroyed forest and see if we can find Morgans home plane there.
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>>2972988
New thread, since OP seems to have neglected to link it here.
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>>2973314
Thanks man.
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>>2973314
Thank you anon





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