You decide it's best to make something in the kitchen for everyone; a welcome back meal of sorts, even if it should be made by them. You walk down the hallway, intent on making a fine dish for them all. It appears to be early evening to late afternoon as you enter the now-familiar kitchen, as sunlight streams in from the window just over the stove bordered by miniature soft beige curtains.
The question is, what to make?
[ ] Pancakes
[ ] Slice some apples
[ ] Chicken noodle soup
[ ] See if you can find some sort of meat for steak and potatoes
Looks legit to me >>You walk onwards and ignore it. Who cares if you're going insane, or if something is there, you have a schoolteacher, an immortal, and the strongest. You reach the village and enter Keine's house with no further issues. >>Meanwhile, a fairy sobs at her failure to spook a simple human. You dick. >>Nonetheless, Keine looks relieved at being home at long last, and goes to brew some tea. "Let's relax for a while." She suggested, moving out of the warm, relaxing living room after a short time, taking off her shoes and setting off with bare feet down the wooden floored hallway. >>Mokou reached to one of the shelves filled with texts and curios, handling a small scroll gently and sat down next to the fire to read. Cirno had fluttered off somewhere around the house while you were looking away as you stand in the doorway. >>[ ] Make dinner/lunch for everyone
You move deftly through the kitchen, collecting the required ingredients as necessary, inwardly reminding yourself not to get too fancy, as to appeal to all tastebuds instead of a few in particularly. You easily crack the eggs and mix the pancake mix before pouring it into the pan, and light the kindling. Keine's kitchen is well provisioned, and you can find all that you need within. But how many do you make?
You swiftly move about the kitchen, creating 12 pancakes, one for each person. You idly note to yourself in a detached fashion that 12 and 3 per person are the same amount, indeed. With precision, you butter each equally and apply a healthy but not an overdose of syrup to each pancake with a flourish, skidding over the wood floor as the scent of the pancakes drifts quietly throughout the house as you set a place at the table for each person. You look over your creations with a hint of pride, although for some reason, you feel like you should have set a place at the table for someone else. It passes quickly.
You call out, and Keine and Mokou arrive promptly, the former smiling, the latter anxious. "I see you've made something. This supposed to impress us? I would rather be hearing about the outside." Mokou says, idly taking a seat with little decorum. Keine gives a concerned look at the immortal, and takes a seat with far more grace than her friend without a word, but looks pleasantly at you with a silent thanks. Cirno, the little ice fairy, doesn't seem to have arrived yet.
[ ] "What's your problem, Mokou?"
[ ] "If you're going to be that way, maybe I shouldn't talk about it."
>>22987 And with our luck, it will be the poor fairy that we made cry by ignoring her attempts at spooking us. To further add insult to injury, we've also neglected to make enough food for her as well.
What kind of weak son of a bitch punches holes in their own skull? The truly strong like me don't bother with such half-assed methods. I rip my heart out through my nostrils and fill it with whole beans. WHOLE FUCKING BEANS. PULLED STRAIGHT OFF THE PLANT. Not that ground up, pre-packaged shit only women and children use. Grinding them removes all the flavor and makes it taste like piss.
Just one? Hell, if I were to get a fucking cheetah, I'd go all out. Catch a whole goddamn group of 'em and surgically attach them ALIVE to my goddamn forearms--by way of a fucking pneumatic railroad spike driver! I'd be loaded with energy AND have arms that could rip a man to shreds in practically no time at all!
>>23034 Of course I do. It's just so un-cool to have to actually TRY to tear people limb from limb. I'd rather just brush past them and have them be mutilated without me lifting a finger. It's so much more convenient.
You have more important things to worry about than Mokou being huffy as you ask about (9) with some concern. One of them had to have seen her.
Mokou looks slightly piqued that you don't rise to her fit and looks away, not responding. Keine looks thoughtful. "I thought she went outside for some fresh air. She said she'd be right back." She shakes her head. "I am sorry I cannot be more helpful! I didn't realize she had been gone very long until you mentioned it!" There is an apologetic look on her face and in her tone.
"Who cares." Mokou says with some amount of spite. "I'm tired of being delayed by the fairy. Let's just eat and then get to what you promised. You might start decomposing before my eyes if we wait to long." She sends a small glare at you, obviously irritated by the wait.
[ ] "I'm sure she'll be back eventually." Begin to eat with Keine and Mokou
[ ] "I'll be right back, guys, I have to go find Cirno first." Get your shoes back on and go outside to look for her
[ ] "Don't be such a dick, Mokou."
[ ] "You all can eat while I'm away." (Second option)
[ ] "Mokou, stop it, I don't want to deal with this. If it's causing so many issues, I just won't tell you. Would it kill you to be polite?"