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Notice: There will be open spoilers for both Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil 8: Village going forward. This will be the only warning you'll get.
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Everything is dark, and everything is numb.

You can tell your eyes are open, at least, but there is nothing else observable to you. Your mind is as blank as your senses, your only emotion being a complex mixture of lingering sadness and relief... and a hint of anger?

Slowly, feeling begins to return, and your entire body feels sore.

That soreness quickly evolves into pain, and you close your eyes. Not that it matters. Everything is pitch black, wherever you are.

After a moment, the deafening silence of the void is broken by a woman's voice.

"My, my, still holding on, after all that? You certainly never disappoint."

You open your eyes again, but the source of the voice is too far away to make out clearly. You recognize the color purple, but little else. Which is strange, since it sounded like she was right next to you.

Enough feeling returns for you to realize you haven't been breathing, and you cough violently. You feel flecks of... something come up when you do so.

The voice continues, still as if she was only a foot away. "You certainly are in bad shape, though. Here, allow me to help."

You feel a tingling sensation across your body, followed by a second of intense pain. You only have enough energy to gasp and close your eyes again in response.

Once the pain subsides, it does so entirely. Even the earlier aches you felt are gone. You open your eyes again, and inspect your body. Despite the black void around you, you can clearly see that your body is unharmed.

You look back at the woman in the distance and finally find your voice. "What... Who are you? Where am I?"

The woman giggles. "I take it you're feeling better, now? Good. And to answer your questions, I am nobody, and you are nowhere."

The cryptic reply annoys you, but you move on to
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[X]Take your chances by sticking around. Hopefully, by the time Reimu finds out that you were the mold man she's looking for, you'll already be home free.
-[X]This girl doesn't know who you are, either, so maybe you can get her on your side, just in case.

Play to her ego. If she is with you, there's no way you're the mold monster now, is there?
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[X]Duck back into the village and find Alice. She's one of the few allies you have here, and you'd like to keep her on your side before she hears too many rumors.

I find it kinda funny that a sort of russian reverse zombie plague is spreading,

'in soviet russia, zombie plague happens when you bite zombie!'

but yeah, I don't think our exit is happening all that quick, especially with a resident evil zombie plague brewing. and Alice at least will help cool the more enthusiastic response we could get (and not like the rumors will likely sway her any as we've told her our story, so she knows what's going on. including likely why Remelia and Rumi are sick.)
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"resident evil zombie plague brewing"

WAIT WHAT

what made you think that cos now I'm really concerned, I didn't want to help Remillia but if a zombie plague is gonna happen we need to stop it

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[-] Meet Sakuya's mistress.

You knew Sakuya would be back with her mistress, she'd promised as much. You also knew someone with the ability to stop time could show up quite literally out of nowhere. It would not be inaccurate to say you were dreading whatever it was she had in store for you, and yet when she showed up with several people in tow, you were focused enough on Satori that it still caught you off guard.

Which is all a longwinded way of saying, curse Sakuya's sudden yet inevitable arrival.

The moment the door cracks open, Satori pushes away from you, making a show of getting up and dusting herself off. For lack of a better idea, you do the same as you survey the people entering. You don't see the guard from earlier, but Sakuya ushers in a purple haired woman wearing what you're pretty sure are pink pajamas, and... a much younger vampire than you were expecting. With wings that could be best described as rainbow crystal windchimes, but that's surprisingly low on the weirdness scale these days.

You can see Satori tense up at the vampire's presence, but she gives the group a flat look and a nod. "Patchouli. I'm glad to see you've fully recovered from last time."

The purpled haired woman stares coldly back, and if her pale face and the bags under her eyes count as recovered, you'd hate to see what sick (injured?) was like. "Satori. I'd say I'm pleased to see you, but you're difficult to lie to."

As your captors take seats around a table in the center of the gazebo, Satori returns fire. "Not as difficult as usual. I take it I have you to thank for that?"

It's then that you place Patchouli's name, and you grimace as you remember the context. "Please tell me this isn't another grudge match with someone who broke into your house."

Sakuya looks amused, the vampire looks impatient, and Patchouli looks downright offended. "I take it she didn't mention her nuclear-powered pet preparing to lay waste to the surface?"

Satori doesn't give her a reaction. "You were amiable enough when I was in
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>And if Sakuya didn't release me and Greg by the time my pets arrived, there wouldn't be a mansion left.
And then this would be a Touhou Manga.
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Alright, I'm officially declaring a hiatus. I've gotten a bit burned out on writing as of late, and it's better to officially say so and pause USiL than to let the update speed just die off like it's been doing. I'm not really sure when I'll actually get back to this, but I'm hoping a month or two off will recharge my writing batteries.

Until then.
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Stay healthy and rest up Soul, we will be waiting patiently for your return.

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Hello everyone! And welcome to a new episode of 'Chimata Says'!

Today we are in the Human Village. One of the most beautiful places in Gensokyo.

It has very beautiful canals that the fishermen can enjoy, great markets people can enjoy, tourists from many places, but unfortunately also... pickpockets

Pickpockets are a really big problem here in the Domstad. In fact, it is the largest form of theft that occurs here in the Human Village. Rivaled only by the amount of fairy murder but the latter isn’t a crime.

But what exactly is pickpocketing? What are the tricks of the pickpockets?
And most importantly, what can you do about it?

You can see it here today on 'Chimata Says'!

Pickpocketing is the unwanted removal of things from, for example, your jacket pocket or from your bag.
This often concerns your wallet, money, or your very clothes. Annoyingly, the victim often doesn't realize it's gone. So that person can go to the store, look for his wallet in his bag and can't find it. Not only did you not notice that it was taken, but someone else now has your cards and your money.

I myself have already been pocketed twice. I didn't notice anything both times, so they work very smart and fast. How do they do that and what are their tricks?

For starters, pickpocketers often work in groups. So you are not dealing with just one, but with a whole network of handy thieves. They often put on a play together to distract you. A well-known trick is to ask for directions. While you are helpfully explaining the right route, an accomplice just takes your wallet away. Or you are walking down the street and see someone trip and fall. While you come to the rescue, someone else is emptying your pockets.

Furthermore, pickpockets often strike in crowded places. Such as at the center, in a busy shopping street, or here, at the market. They do this for a reason: it's so busy here, it's not weird that someone bumps into you.
Pickpocketers 'accidentally' bump into you and then take things from your cases. This goes so fast,
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As a loyal viewer of Chimata Says, I hope next week's episode is held in Hell There is a large captive audience here that regularly watches Chimata Says. An episode here would be most delightful.
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I also vote for Hell
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Bring it to Old Hell instead.

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(Background music, if you'd like:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7arsbCRNP8)

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Early morning rays accompanied cheerful birdsong gliding over grass covered hills and embracing soft meadowlands. In the East, the sun sluggishly began its long trek towards its apex, the plants of the meadows basked contentedly in its bright golden hue. Distantly, cattle could be spotted grazing absentmindedly in their pastures, from elsewhere a cicada was heard testing its voice. The fields and hills of Gensokyo were entranced in a harmonious serenity.

“This would make for a very good painting,” Keiko remarked to himself, though the name of the land was unknown to him.

What must’ve been a few minutes ago, on his early morning travels, he had noticed a worn dirt path out of the corner of his eye. The path branched off from the one he normally traversed, concealed snugly among the surrounding forest. He hadn’t recalled seeing the path during his previous trips, and feeling uncharacteristically adventurous, he had decided to see where this new path would take him.

He hadn’t travelled for long before all around the crowded woodland unveiled into the sprawling fields that now lay before him. It was strange, he pondered, for an entire countryside to be tucked away here without him ever noticing, after having lived near the woods for most of his adult life. Though whatever questions he had on mind were quickly dismissed, deciding that none of them were all that important.

Keiko let the strap of his duffel fall to the ground as he seated himself on the top of a particularly high hill. From here he held a lookout over a large part of the grasslands. The sight was so picturesque to him, that he half-heartedly wondered if he had stumbled into someone’s painting. He could almost see it: his back to the viewer, bag by his side, perched upon a pastel hill, the land stretching down and
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[X] against the unignorable fear, realized that this would make for an exciting story

Screw danger! we're gonna find a hot reaper!
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And a hot reaper you shall receive.
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While I'm writing the next update, have drawing of Aoki Keiko and Kaitou.

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Spring, the season of new beginnings, a time of happiness and joy with countless festivals and traditions to go along with it. Ironic, because right now you are meeting your end, and you are not happy about it.
You never have any interest in Japan, the land of the rising sun, you only went there because your friends basically dragged you there on their holidays. Not going to lie, the trip did have its moment, eating across the land and seeing your friends make a fool of themselves along the way. Sure, you may not know Japanese at much as some of the others do, but being a social person isn’t one of your perk anyway.
Unfortunately, looking like a bunch of foreign idiots making every one look helpless and easy target for mugging, which it did
After a particular night which involved a lot of drinking, betting and dancing around (The alcohol is one of the few things you genuinely enjoy) with your fellow “adventurer”, you decided to wander the street a bit to clear your head and enjoy some alone time. Midway through your journey of “self-discovery”, trouble find you in the form of a group of four people surrounding you with knife, pipe and…. a gallon jug? At first you thought that they were a prank orchestrated by your friends, that thought is out of the window the moment you got bash across the head with the pipe. Normally you would’ve ran away or at least put up a good fight (This isn’t the first street fight you’ve gotten yourself into). But with the influences of alcohol and the mind council in shamble because of it, your body can’t even work properly to put up a proper block, getting beaten down and stabbed felt pretty bad, whatever was in your system at the time can’t numb the pain enough, your body lie on the cold ground, the only warmth that the body felt is on the pool of blood that is forming around you… dying a stupid death like this just….
When you finally wake up again, you never truly expected where you ended up, it isn’t on a hospital bed with equipment, personnel and friends surrounding you, rather it is on a rocky ground… god, my back hurt…
Getting up and looking around, you notice that where you are is a riverbank with souls, both human
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Only the second thread will show up in the archives if you do that. It'd be better to just adopt a trip now and ask Teruyo to add it to the OP.
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[x] Agree to have your hand chopped off.
[x] Do be fast about though, like the good old 1 2 suddenly it's cut off kind of thing.

I demand she gives us a lolipop afterwards, but eh, be a big boy ghost manager.
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Testing, can this be sent or not?

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Everyone’s waiting for you to continue. The thing is, you didn’t have anything to follow up after that. But you don’t want to disappoint, so you say the first thing that comes to your head.

“And then we can beat him up,” you conclude, earning the respect of battle-happy shrine maidens across the world. You’re sure Reimu’s clapping in her head with the approving nod that she’s giving you.

“...Him?” The badger sputters. “As in, the other guy… and not me, y-yes?”

“Do you want to be beaten up too?” asks Reimu.

With a somber expression, he shakes his head slowly and silently.

“Good.” The shrine maiden jerks a finger to the mountainside. “Now take us to your boss, leader, or whatever you call him.”

Despite how talkative the badger initially was, he does not say a word through the forest’s passage and the climb up the steady hillside. With Reimu following right behind the badger, it looks like he’s being walked to his execution—and the shrine maiden, his executioner. He stops at a patch of open area. Around is conspicuously clear of brush, as if all the foliage was trimmed away. All that’s missing is quiet in the forest, a dark mist that permeates through the woods, and you’d be wondering if you’re experiencing a serious case of deja vu.

A horned figure steps out from the cover of the trees. Just like the badger described, the youkai has a ruddy, taurus-like face. Dark splotches color the sides of the man’s face like oil, finished with a black muzzle that juts out. Mino, you think for a second before discarding it.

His eyes narrow at the sight of the shrine maiden and protracts his gaze, meticulously scanning each person before curtly saying, “...Guests.”

“Y-yes,” the badger says, lowering his head.

“You invited many.”

“I—I wouldn’t say that I, um, invited them, but...” The badger trails off as the bovine-headed youkai stares straight at him with his beady eyes.

After he silen
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[X] “Does the ocean defer to man if they ask?”
This option sounds cooler.
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[x] “It doesn’t matter if they do.”

The other option is something I'd vote for if he was playing dumb. But I think more serious wolf is cool too.
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[x] “It doesn’t matter if they do.”

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[-]Why are we even talking about this? We both agree Satori's our best bet for getting home, so we should concentrate on cracking the urban legend puzzle. If that doesn't pan out, then consider other options, but we shouldn't split our focus.

You're still a little off balance, from your injuries to dealing with Koishi and Satori to everything else going on in Gensokyo, but you do get where Sumi's coming from. It's a serious situation, one where she can't blast her way out through pure magical firepower, and she feels responsible for it. And she has a point in that what's best for the two of you would be to get home, regardless of how that's accomplished. You don't blame her for that, but at the same time, you can't agree. Satori needs your help, and you're her best if not only chance of fixing Koishi. What good is magical power if you can't make a difference with it?

But you won't make any headway with that argument against Sumi. She'd roll her eyes, call you an idealist, and point out that you've known Satori for less than twenty-four hours total. Which would all be true without doing anything to change your mind, and leave both of you arguing past each other. Fortunately, you don't need to have this fight now, because the right thing is also the strategic thing.

Sumi, keeping options open is one thing, but let's not risk plan A because you have to have a plan B.

Well, of course not. I'm not doing anything like that.

Really? Because as you may have noticed, Satori's a mind-reader.

Which is exactly why I went to these lengths to have this conversation in private.

Let me finish! She almost certainly knows you don't trust her, and while I don't think that actually bothers her, if you start making plans on how to escape Gensokyo while ignoring her sister, she would absolutely notice, and probably take it as a betrayal. And honestly, you think such a reaction would be justified, but let&#
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Thanks for the update. Its rather bittersweet.
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Amazing writing :). Loved it as always
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Previous >>201720



The image of the merchant’s fat face was one that seemed to be burned into Kenji’s mind. For a moment, it was all that the beast could think about. Why? Well, jumping a little back in the story, Gotoh—if the name is to be recalled—had entered a fruitful partnership with the self-exiled gangster. Both had profited immensely, with Kenji skimming off the top of lucrative new ventures fomented by a mixture of beastly cunning and ingenuity. Indeed, he had been one of the main beneficiaries of the festival and would profit from a multi-layered scheme of brokerage fees and commission. Even if sales were abysmal, as they might be after the youkai-initiated brawl, the venture had already generated sizeable earnings.

In other words, Gotoh would win no matter what.

As would Yachie. Kenji knew that for sure. That was the brilliance of the Kiketsu stratagem. Appreciating its intricacies was not really at the fore of the beast’s tired mind, however. He was tired, bloodied and a very sharp claw had just penetrated deep into his chest.

It had not been a deliberate lowering of his guard that allowed this grievous injury. Not in the sort of sense that martyrs are lionized for welcoming. In cold, rational terms, he could not resist effectively anymore. His movements were slow. His counters predictable. His zeal lacking. Many facts could be pointed at and used as an explanation. Cold rationality and explanations could not, however, reveal the truth of the matter.

Perhaps the White Lotus’ teachings had had more of an impact on his way of thinking than the beast would care to admit. That revelation would gladden the priestess, no doubt. Certainly the awesome display she had produced when facing Saki had created unexpressed relief in the beast’s mind. He was appreciated and belonged where he chose to be. In summary: Kenji Yajuu had accepted a truth within him that could be described in scripture but only understood by a readied mind.

All of that was why the smirk did not leave his lips even as Yoko delivered a would-be deathblow. That there was no he
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A beautiful end to the story. I loved all of the character interactions throughout. The cast was a fun ensemble.
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I set out to write this on a whim for nanowrimo last year after thinking about the concept for a while. There is a lot of imagery and symbolism in East Asian gangsters that takes inspiration from Buddhism so I used that as a starting point since there's not enough known about the Beast Realm to set a story there. Well, without doing a massive amount of world building and relying on mostly original characters.

Still, I think that there's something of a natural fit with the (to say the least) unconventional attitude of the Myouren Temple and of Byakuren. Showing how a youkai could come to embrace her ways despite it being against their nature is interesting to me. The specifics of faith or doctrine aren't as important as the characters and how their relationship evolves against the backdrop of events that are beyond their control.

Even though I kept update length down in a bid to update daily, I still had to take a long break because of life and a lack of motivation. Still, thanks for taking the time to read this and I'd like to do more on the types of characters that don't get to be in the limelight too often. That and the type of relationships that are a little unconventional and multifaceted.

Every vote and every comment is motivating and helps me keep on writing. So I'd like to thank you again for bothering as it's appreciated.

P.S. Lala is cute and deserves hugs from a gruff beast who is bad at expressing his feelings in a non-violent way.
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The Beast Realm itself is something of Buddhist concept, although IIRC it's more something with origins in China, given the whole "hell and all other worlds are a giant, hierarchically organised ball of structures-within-structures" thing.

>The specifics of faith or doctrine
The Myouren's doctrine is kind of unreadable from the outside, anyway. It's a weird hodgepodge with a Zen-ish coating, a Pure Land filling with some Vajrayana-ish crunch, and a heterodoxy centre. At least, that's what I read based on what's available in official sources. So, yeah, kind of a pain in the ass to get into.

>Even though I kept the update length down in a bid to update daily, I still had to take a long break
Happens to the best of us, mate. I'm just glad you got back, personally. And whilst daily updates wouldn't be the worst thing in the world for any given story, the wait for a well-written story like this one has never been bad.

>I'd like to do more on the types of characters that don't get to be in the limelight too often
Looking forward to whatever you come out with next!

>So I'd like to thank you again for bothering
It wasn't a bother for me at all, nor should it ever be for anyone else. I appreciate the subtlety that often goes into your stories, and poring over things to find what I missed the first time is fun.

>hugs from a gruff beast who is bad at expressing his feelings in a non-violent way
epilogue when Teruyo pls I need this

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Another short outside of /shorts/. One part a day for a week 'til it’s all posted.
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It was a fun read. Your Nazrin is enjoyable to read about. Though, I don't understand why Tenma had to play out both her Daitengu and Nazrin.
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Quoted texts:

>Poor Robin, 1756, … ditto
>Kojiki, Ō no Yasumaro, 711; Chamberlain translation, 1882
>Blinkenlights, apocryphal
>Touhou Bunka Shinpō ~ Alternative Facts in Eastern Utopia, ZUN, 2017; my own fragmentary translation
>Jikkinshō, anonymous, 1252; Brownlee translation, 1974
>The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Aureolus Philippus Theophrastus Bombast, of Hohenheim, called Paracelsus the Great, A. E. Waite, 1894
(I am quite certain Paracelsus himself did not write the Coelum Philosophorum within, and it is the work of either a contemporary imitator or of Waite's his own ... but that is all part of the Paracelsian tradition, after all.)
>The Tengu, Dr. M. W. de Visser, 1908
>Unfinished Tales of Númenor and Middle-earth, J. R. R. Tolkien, 1980
>Kaidan Toshiotoko, Zansetsusha Sokyū, 1749; my own fragmentary translation
>Shasekishū, Mujū Dōkyō, 1283; Morrell translation, 1985

That about rounds it out, I think.
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Loved it. It had Naz; it had jizou booty; it had Tenma... Well, more than the characters who appeared, I very much enjoyed the style of it. Subtle, dry humour is always nice, and your vocabulary (and inventiveness with it) far outstrips mine. Also, tengu affair will always get my interest by default.

Really, though, just getting a Naz story feels like a small blessing. Even though she's my favourite by no small margin, I've not found a story in me to suit her. I slightly opine that she never spoke until the end, leaving the acidic taste of grump only savoured by those she came in contact with, but I understand that's a stylistic choice, and it does work well overall. You've impressed a mouse-lover deeply.

>>203142
The way I conceive it is that she needed the great-tengu to believe he was a few steps ahead of everyone because a virtual nobody (i.e., Naz) was the only one who had 'pieced together' the whole story of the orb. Her entire speech on the Izanagi Objects makes them out to be quite powerful, and likely dangerous in the wrong hands, so they're naturally a coveted thing for those in the tengu power structure who want to cut a place for themselves. If nothing else, the lady Tenma is looking out for her own interests as a (I suppose) stabilising force on the mountain... or, if nothing else, as a political actor holding onto the near-supreme seat of power she sits on.

Then again, I suppose the full reasoning is neither here nor there, and knowing it in full is opposed to the purposes of the story. Tengu and esoterica go hand-in-hand, after all.

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Daily updates until we're done. Part of nanowrimo 2020. Be wild when voting~
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Why are otters so fucking CUTE
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They float around on their backs with rocks on their stomachs to break open scallops and clams.
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