(This next thread should answer your questions)
Eirin says, “Well first off, Tewi was lying without knowing she was; there's a similar medicine I had that does well...” she blushes and clears her throat, saying, “...enhances. But she mistook this medicine for that one. The medicine she was asking you to steal from Keine was a tonic that gives her control over her were-hakutaku form. Think of it as like a werewolf on a full moon, except the medicine makes the change more comfortable and more easily controllable.”
You mention Tewi wanted one of Keine's hairs. Eirin quickly explains, “If you mix someone's hair with that medicine Tewi originally wanted, you get that person's breast size. Otherwise you grow out of control; it's a prank symptom I put in it so that no one would go stealing it. Seems the little trickster figured it out.”
“But it seems that you need the same prescription as Keine has,” Eirin says as calmly as she can, not knowing how you'll take it. She says conclusively, “You're a were-hakutaku now. You're still human no doubt, and you will expire as one. But you just have a little...extra. I've talked to Keine about this, and we've decided that it is better if you stay with her for now. She wants to teach you how to control your new abilities and live among humans as a were-hakutaku.”
You seem distraught about not being fully human, having heard tales of youkai eating people. But you were told that you were still human sort of, so it helps.
You inquire Eirin about how you were turned into this and Eirin says, “Well, I've heard of some cursed elixirs that can do that, but they're quite rare. I can see by the look on your face that that was what happened. There are some were-hakutaku that try to recruit humans by turning them. But you are safe here...do heed my warning and don't get entangled with the ones who turned you. They are no good.”
“Now let's help you up on your feet okay?”
She helps you out of bed, her caring gentle hands lifting an arm over her shoulder. She bears some of your weight, yet you feel you don't need her help. You feel incredible, despite your coma and possible trauma. Still you let her help out of politeness.
You are led down an outdoor hall and into another room, Eirin using her free hand to slide the door open. You see Mokou, Keine, Tewi, and a couple of others you don't recognize right away. The first is a girl with long black hair wearing a pinkish kimono. The second is another bunny, except she is wearing an outfit you've rarely seen. It looks like a business suit from the outside world, complete with a tie and skirt.
Tewi sees you first, ears drooping floppily as the other bunny gives her a commanding stare and tilts her head in your direction. Tewi gets up and bows before you, saying, “I'm sorry for putting you through all of that trouble.”
Still showing no shame, she bounds back up and says, “And now here's one bonus for effort since you got both but never gave them to me!”
The business bunny looks shocked and says, “Tewi!”
Tewi looks over her shoulder and says, “What Reisen? I'm giving him a gift, that's apologetic right? Don't be so silly!”
“S-Silly!?” Reisen retorts angrily. The other unknown woman puts a hand on Reisen's shoulder to calm her down, and in a gentle yet commanding voice, she tells Tewi, “Continue.”
Tewi is much calmer under this one's voice and says, “Yes Kaguya-sama...here you are sir.” She gives you a scroll that glows with magic, and your best guess is a scroll of spells. She politely offers you a seat next to Keine.
You sit down, a meal of steamed rice, miso soup, tamagoyaki (rolled omelette), and some tea is set before you. Kaguya smiles, her attractive face drawing you in somewhat. You notice briefly Mokou's face is hidden slightly, and you know she is not fond of this Kaguya.
Kaguya simply asks, “So tell me about yourself. What's your name? Where did you come from?”
(Alright since I feel as though I pushed you guys and restricted your freedom that I give you a treat; you can name this person and give a very brief history. To keep it simple, try to keep the number of choices no greater than 2 or 3, otherwise the only one you'll vote for is your own. Here are some other choices I've thrown in in case you'd like an alternate choice)
[ ]I don't remember much...I can't even recall my name. It's all so hazy.
[ ]What about you?
[ ]What's going to happen to me?
[ ]There's nothing special about my history.