Well, Anon, first seven replies state "Rumors" win. It appears a bad end won't be incoming. However, we'll appease both parties...
"Well, I wanted to see if the rumors of h- err, vampires inhabiting a mansion were true." You reply, taking a seat uncertainly. You are being scruitinized quite closely by the elder sister, but already Flandre's attention seems to be wandering to the shiny objects around the room.
"Hmm." Is her only response as Sakuya arrives with tea. You're not sure if it's blood or actual tea as the elegant maid sets down the tea in front of all parties, then stands to the side, watching. Remilia takes a sip.
[ ] Drink tea
[ ] Politely ignore it
[ ] "Umm, is it blood?"
[ ] "What sort of tea is this?"
[ ] "Screw you, bitch."
[ ] Jump out the window, use curtains as a parachute
[ ] Leap across the desk, open the curtains, and escape while the vampires are distracted
I doubt it's blood. >>Sakuya "prepares" food for Remilia and Flandre Scarlet. It's a mystery how this is done exactly, although she mentions in Phantasmagoria of Flower View that with so many flowers around, she can make as much tea and as many pastries as she wants.
>>251198 >Their main diet is human's blood. Those who are sucked to death will neither die nor become a ghost; they will move around as a zombie for a while, then evaporate under sunlight. >They went on a rampage when they first appeared in Gensokyo, lost against powerful youkai, and a settlement was reached as they finally made a contract (*2). >The details of this contract are that the youkai will offer them humans from which to feed (*3); in return, the vampires will not attack humans living in Gensokyo. >Of course, even now, the contract remains in effect.
Whether or not anyone in Gensokyo has AIDS is irrelevant, because vampires feed on humans from the outside world.
>Those who are sucked to death will neither die nor become a ghost; they will move around as a zombie for a while, then evaporate under sunlight. >neither die nor become a ghost; they will move around as a zombie for a while >as a zombie >zombie
You drink the tea. It is well sugared. It does not taste like blood at all; it's probably just an expensive sort of regular tea. You can't help but breathe a small sigh of relief after the first sip. "So can I keep him?" Flandre asks impatiently, looking over at the older vampire. "Pleeeeaaase?"
Remilia glances over at you, for a response from your end.
I predict the next steps: Remilia let you go off with Flandre. You can suggest to her revisiting the library and play in there with a chance at Patchouli, who is astounded you didn't die yet. And then somehow you profit.
>>251432 naturally, the more people participate the more it's likely someone makes some kind of response. How about we have our own discussion thread and the threads by GM are only reserved for voting, but I doubt it will work, too complicated to coordinate
Remilia looks satisfied with your response, although Flandre seems to be utterly intent on her sister's reply instead, utterly ignoring you. "Go ahead, Flandre. Do not break our guest, please." She gives a wave of dismissal, and Sakuya urges you both out post-haste. Although Remilia seems rather amused by you, the maid seems less than pleased, taking it as a bit of an insult that you even got in.
"I'ma go sleep now. You don't go anywhere, okay?" Flandre lets you go, skipping backwards to the basement door. "You promise you won't go anywhere?"
[ ] "Yes, Flandre." Head for the library after
[ ] "Yeah, go to bed." Head for the door after; Meiling and Cirno are probably worried. Or at least China
After loads of seemingly bad choices we finally get something that propably doesn't lead to our death! [X] "Yeah, go to bed." Head for the door after; Meiling and Cirno are probably worried. Or at least China China is propably worried, and we can talk to Sakuya later.
After loads of seemingly bad choices we finally get something that propably doesn't lead to our death! [X] "Yeah, go to bed." Head for the door after; Meiling and Cirno are probably worried. Or at least China We should go tell China that we're okay.
Although I chose "head to the library" I think meeting Sakuya is not that bad, she might just act like this infront of Remilia (even canon supports this), she might sympathise with you being a human being as well
"Night!" Flandre replies cheerfully. "If you're not here when I wake up, though... I will be very, -very- unhappy." Her face doesn't even change from a cheerful smile as she decends into the basement. You shake your head, and think of what to do for now; You decide to seek out the maid... But where do you look?
>>251683 17..." >The fictional city in the video game Half Life 2 is called City 17, and the route Gordon Freeman must escape out of it is called Highway 17, also the name of the chapter in which said events occur.