As anon demands, I'll use my old trip for security purposes. You only have you to blame, you know.
As soon as Flandre is out of sight, you trudge drowsily up the weathered stairs from the basement. Still garbed in that ridiculous, itchy, tight dress, you think you'll visit Patchouli. Not many other ideas, and you can't sleep with Flandre running around. Maybe the dress will attract sympathy. Maybe. You head to the old, wraught iron doors, opening them, you step inside.
"Hey! Koakuma? You there?" You know, you don't even know if she has an actual name, but she seems to respond, moving silently behind you while you're not looking. Holy crap, she was quiet. Probably cheated and floated.
The demoness silently nods, leading you once more through the eerily quiet library. Even the slightest noise echoes through the halls loudly. Not many of the fairies are still around, so the most you can hear is the occasional page turn.
You approach the youkai librarian at her desk, peering closely at a book and squinting before glaring up at you. "What do you want? I told you I would come to the decision tomorrow."
[ ] You're not sure if it is, but... "It's midnight, so it's the next day."
[ ] "Well, can't you answer now?"
[ ] "Actually, I wanted to ask you something else."
>>307774 In class right now, heh. Day one is pretty much done, I crashed early last night so unfortunately couldn't do any work on Day two. Hopefully tonight I'll get some more work done once I get home.
>>308132 In fact, we've been rather humiliated in front of her, not to mention made the playtoy of the killer loli bomb in the basement, which means that she's more likely to feel we've been paid back.
"Probably. Just hide it when you're done. She can have a short attention span and forget things." Patchouli seems relatively aware of what happened as you listen, slightly embarassed. "Any other questions?"
>>308330 Oh? A single post from me is ruining the thread? Thats rich.
Truthfully, I am just bored with this story arc. In terms of an RPG: It feels like a series of mini games while the quest is waiting. We aren't really getting anywhere, and there are just too many options which don't advance the plot.
>>308496 yeah not shit, he isnt here and has not made a new thread. I wonder if that is all we get for today. I am started to get exicted. If you fucks would just choose the sleep option already we could get the story line progressing.
GM is human. If he doesn`t have ideas, he can`t post anything. It`s not like we PAY him (her? I`m confused in this matter) to do it.
If you don`t like it, do it yourself. Heck, I`d do it, cause I`m a writer by hobby, but I really like GM`s style. Of course, if I got GM`s permission, I could continue from this point. But there`s a problem - even though I lurk on 4chan almost all day long (so frequent updates), I`m not an experienced Touhoufag, so zOMGTHELORE maniacs would be piss.
>>308601 here Yeah, but still, we all have things to do besides browsing 4chons. Some of us have private life you know. And, I`ll repeat, it`s about style. GM has style. So just wait and you`ll have your delicious story.
While Patchouli looks at you with a half bemused, half disgusted look, she motions for Koakuma. There is no time to even turn around to see the succubus grab you from behind. With blinding speed she flies you out of SDM and tossing your dress wearing drag doll body into the air. The gatekeeper watches in horror as your image disappears into the sky.
Its ironic that you are choking on your own rage, because the few is quite breathtaking. Gensokyo truly is a beautiful land. However, something more than gravity tugs are your stomach after reaching the apex of your launch. Its dread. With increasing speeds, a beautiful blue dot below becomes larger and larger. Did you know that from up here, the small islands and trenches form a sort of smiling face?
That bastard grinning face is the last thing you see as you crash into the lake. The impact of the water instantly snaps your neck.