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21963No. 21963
Is there any toohoo that can defeat Yuyuko Saigyouji? And I'm not talking about PCB Yuyuko with edgy quotes and flower patterns in her dress, hell I'm not even talking about IN Yuyuko with an endless gluttony and a ghost holding a lantern besides her. I'm talking about TD Yuyuko with a poorly desgined dress pattern and a menacing finger. I'm talking about not-having-a-reason-to-fight Yuyuko Saigyouji using her innate ability to control departed souls and the other OP ability which is 死を操る程度の能力. That one Yuyuko who uses Cherry Blossom Sign "Cherry Blossom Blizzard Hell" in the Overdrive form to enclose you and make you have a hard time in the very beginning of the game. The Yuyuko whose Stage 1 appearance has 4 Spell Cards and lack the defeated portrait at the end of the match. That's the Yuyuko Saigyouji, Ghost Princess of the Netherworld, Dreaming Ghost, Ghost of Flawless Immaculate Beauty, Enlightened Ghost that I'm talking about.
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>>No. 21964
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Pacman would win because he eats all the ghosts
>>No. 21965
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Can she survive a nuclear explosion? I think not.
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The four heroines of TD, for starters.
>>No. 21975
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>>21964
>>21965
>>21967
This thread is savage as all living hell.
>>No. 22077
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>>21975
What was that which you just said about me, my friend? I think you ought to know that I have completed my time as a novice-monk, and I've passed through the Gateless Gate, and I've lived for over 300 cycles of rebirth. I am trained in anapanasati and I'm the most senior bhikkhuni in my local sangha. You are nothing to me but just another human being worthy of dignity and respect.

I will have compassion upon you with loving-kindness the likes of which has never been seen before in the Cycle of Samsara - you would do well to remember these words. Do you believe that you can say these things and still escape the principle of dependent origination? Perhaps you should reexamine those beliefs, brother. As we speak I am contemplating the importance of accepting your words with detachment and equanimity, so, without malice, I advise you to prepare for the storm, young one. The storm of suffering that afflicts all living creatures in this world.

You are trapped in a cycle of death and rebirth, child. Not only am I extensively trained in the Mahayana Tripitaka, but I have access to the entire Pali canon as well, and I will use its teachings to their full extent to help alleviate the suffering within you which causes you to say hurtful things about others. You could reach Nirvana anywhere, any time, and I can help you achieve enlightenment in over seven hundred ways, and that's just with the study of Koan.

If only you could understand what evil karma these words of yours would sow, perhaps you would have had the wisdom to keep silent. Nevertheless, this was beyond what you have been prepared for, and so I promise that I will do my best to ease the suffering that you have brought upon yourself. I will teach you the path of the Bodhisattva and you will revel in it. Your suffering may yet reach its end, child.
>>No. 22078
>>22077
This, gentlemen, is how you do a Navy Seal pasta. Take note of it before attempting your own version.
>>No. 22086
>>22077
That's it, I'm stealing this.

I'm not sorry
>>No. 22262
>>22077
I thank you, bearer of wisdom, for sharing a method by which insults can be respectfully rebuffed. May your words propagate through the mouths of many, that still more may hear them, and be lead to a better path by them.
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