Your pleading is useless. "Yes, we should go see sister." She smiles cheerily and ignores you, dragging you along behind her. "Byyyeeee, Patchouli!" She calls cheerfully behind you. As you are carried away, you see Patchouli, set down her book and watch you as you leave.
You leave the library; Flandre is about to carry you up the stairs.
>>250167 I know what you mean, but she seems firm on dragging us to her sister, any question or action that seems to hinder that goal, is possibly bad end. Therefore I felt remain silent or asking whether anyone else live her are two options that do not interfere so much with her intentions.
>>250108 >>250115 >>250119 >>250127 >>250131 >>250132 >>250142 You remain quiet. Continued noise may irritate Flandre, and you prefer to not be disintegrated. You obediently follow her up the steps, and Flandre knocks delicately on the study door at the forefront. "Hello? Sister?" You could hear voices from inside the study, which stop almost as soon as Flandre raps on the door. The door is opened gently by none other than Sakuya Izayoi, that knife toting maid. She looks at the both of you with a hint of surprise that is rapidly concealed. She moves aside gently.
You see Remilia sitting idly on a chair behind a small desk. She smiles at seeing Flandre. "Sister, what a surprise." The study has bookshelves along the sides, also having various curios and mementos. Behind Remilia is a large window, however, the grand blinds are drawn. Looking over at you, however, the elder Scarlet sister frowns, although more in a puzzled fashion. "Sakuya, I do not remember inviting anyone into the mansion as of late."
"I apologize, mistress, I will-" Sakuya begins to move toward you, but is stopped by a simple raised finger on the behalf of Remilia.
I already voted, but in retrospect think that: snug through the window seems a good option, BUT if Remilia comes up with a smartass reply like "you can't open any of the windows, they are magically sealed" you're dead.
>>250421 hence I opted for "Remain Silent" first and see how she reacts, we might get some better options next time. I don't think remain silent automatically results in pissing Remilia off, causing bad end, she might see our nervousness and be able to guess, we're trying to hide something. Also the option of saying "Meiling let me in" might not be that bad, it's not like she's killing Meiling because of that, she might want to ask for a reason and so on...
Anon, rosin up your bow and play your fiddle hard, 'Cause hell's broke loose in Gensokyo and the devil deals the cards. And if you win you get these shiny lolis made of gold. But if you lose, the devil gets your soul.
>It is not sure whether or not she is not using it consciously, but her ability to manipulate fate can make people just being around her have a lot of ups and downs in future, and just speaking to her even once could sometimes change the fates drastically. >As a start, you become more likely to encounter rare things (*2).
>Vampires are surprisingly polite. >Especially since they try not to eat the humans in Gensokyo. >However, it might be that your fate to 'just die in the streets' has been altered (*3).
>Since she has abundant curiosity, she may choose to invite humans to her parties or play in the human villages out of nowhere. >However, because she is childish, you must be careful not to render her in a bad mood. Otherwise, there may be terrifying consequences. >You will have to put up with her selfishness.
So basically, we just need to not do anything to piss Remi off.
"You swam." Remilia rests her head on bridged fingers. "Has it ever occured to you, that lying is a bad idea?" She turns to Sakuya. "Bring in tea for three, please." Two chairs promptly appear in front of the desk. "Sister, human, please, take a seat. Perhaps you'd like to tell me why you came here?"