Breakfast. You roll out of bed and throw on some clothes. You stumble downstairs and into the kitchen. Rinnosuke is over at the stove cooking breakfast with Marisa. Mystia is sitting at the table, happily munching away at something. The rest of your sisters don’t seem to be around. You sit down at the table and Rinnosuke looks over to you. “Ah, There’ll be some more ready in a little bit. Just relax for a little while, k?” You just sit there, your mind quite in neutral at the moment. Marisa puts a large plate of food in front of you and ruffles your hair. “For the little hero, Da~ze.” She smiles at you, then goes back to helping Rinnosuke prepare breakfast. It’s quite the spread. Pancakes, sausage, eggs, bacon. The works really. You dig in, not realizing how hungry you actually were until the food was in front of you. You quickly scarf down the whole thing. “Oh? That was quick. Are you still hungry, Da~ze?” You tell her that you’re not. Mystia glances across the table at you, with a strange look on her face. It’s almost concern, but it’s not quite that. you can’t quite identify it really. You shrug. Mystia hops up from the table. “I’ll go call down my dearest sisters to breakfast, father~” Mystia then rushes out of the room. You hear her trod up the steps. Standing up from the table you take your dishes over to the sink and put them in. You thank Rinnosuke and Marisa for breakfast before heading back to the bathroom. You take a quick shower then head up to your room. After getting dressed you look at the clock. It’s just now 9 am. You have a little bit of time before you’re supposed to head to Patchouli’s house, so what do you do?
[ ] Get ready to go out. [ ] Go see Mokou. [ ] Go bother one of your sisters. [ ] Go watch TV.
You gather up the things you think you’ll need today. Cell phone, that little pocket knife you used yesterday, wallet and the like. Looking outside you grab your umbrella and a jacket. Looking around you see a post-it note with an address on it. Several minutes later you’re holding a sheet which has directions to the address. With that, you seem like you have everything you need to go. You trod downstairs and into the kitchen. Rinnosuke and Marissa are eating breakfast, and given the pile of dishes in the kitchen sink, you presume that your sisters have already eaten. You tell Rinnosuke and Marisa that you’re going out. “Eeeeeh?” Marisa seems shocked, “But we had plans today! Remember?” . . . You don’t remember this at all, and the blank look on your face probably broadcasts that nicely to them. Rinnosuke sighs and then laughs, “You forgot again this week too. You’d figure after a couple of years of doing this, you’d remember by now. Or maybe you do remember and you just don’t want to take part.” Rinnosuke slips you a sly grin, only to be hit playfully by Marisa. “Alright, alright. I can over look it this time, considering. So! You’re excused this week, but NEXT week for sure!” Marisa smiles at you. You turn and flee from the kitchen, put on your shoes and head outside. It’s a tad bit chilly today, so you’re glad that you have your jacket. It isn’t raining yet, but it looks like it might be soon enough, so you’re glad you have your umbrella. Now, where were you going?
Frankly, I really doubt that Reimu would want to see us right now. Sure, we may have been a comfort for her when her emotions were in a complete jumble, but when she's in that little conscious-but-confused state that's liable to follow, our presence will just be a distraction and cause more confusion for her. Best to give her some time to really come to grips with what happened, then swing by and ask if she's alright; better yet, see if she comes to us herself.
>>26053 But if we don't go places we'll never meet anyone, then we'll never know what happened. Ah, to hell with it, we can wander aimlessly later; we could probably even take Mokou around with us and she can narrate.
You barely make it onto the train that you needed to. Had you missed that one, you’d have been late to Patchy’s little gathering. The train ride is short and uneventful. Getting off the train, you walk to the address listed on the sheet you have. Looking around you don’t see any houses on the side of the street the directions say that it’s on. There’s just a very large wall here, topped with iron spikes. You continue walking for some time before you come across a gate. There’s a woman standing there wearing a black suit and a green, somewhat floppy hat. She has long red hair as well. Ah! Maybe she can tell you where the address is. You walk up to her and greet her. She gives you an appraising look before responding. “Can I help you?” You show the woman the map and ask her if she knows where this house is. “You’re at the entrance to it.” You stare at her blankly. This is. . . You look through the gate and see an ENORMOUS mansion set back a good distance from the road. Holy CRAP. Patchouli lives HERE?! You look back at the woman, the shock evident on your face. She chuckles slightly. “Are you one of Miss Patchouli’s guests?” You nod dumbly, shock still evident on your face. “Wait here a moment.” The woman heads inside a small booth that’s attached to the wall. She picks up a phone and talks for a moment. You walk up to the gate and stare inside in wonder. That place is HUGE. “Alright. You may head inside. Follow the path, it leads straight to the house.” You’re shocked out of your short little reverie, and thank the woman. The gates swing open and you head inside. Shortly thereafter, the gates swing shut behind you. The house is actually closer than it looked, but is much larger than you could have possibly imagined it being. Patchouli is waiting outside the front door with Alice and Medicine. “Just on time. We were about to leave with out you.” Patchouli nods to the car in front of the house. “We’ll be taking a car to the shop, to save time walking.” She coughs. “Accursed weather” The four of you pile into the car, of which the driver seems to be a maid with silver hair. She says nothing, but starts driving once everyone is in the vehicle. The trip to the store is quiet and uneventful. Medicine looks out the window the whole way and Patchy and Alice are having a lively debate about something or other. Suddenly the atmosphere is broken by the driver speaking. “We’ve arrived, Miss Patchouli” “Ah. So it would appear that we have. Thank you, Sakuya.” The four of you get out of the car and Patchouli goes to the front of the car and talks to Sakuya for a bit. Sakuya then drives off. “She’s gone to do some shopping for the Mistress. Well, shall we?” The store in front of you appears to be a flower shop. Why someone would open a flower shop here and not in the downtown area baffles you. However, This “Mistress?” the idea intrigues you.
[ ] Ask about the ‘Mistress’ [ ] Ask about Sakuya [ ] Go in the store. [ ] Suggest you all get lunch.
The four of you enter the store. A small bell rings. “Welcome! Just a moment, I’m in the back. Feel free to browse” A voice calls from the back. Medicine wanders over to where there’s several Lilly of the Valley plants, and Patchouli and Alice immediately head over to the herbs section. The store isn’t very large, but it seems that there’s a large variety of plants here. Even some that would be considered to be out of season. Huh. Green houses certainly a great thing. It’s odd though. Every plant here looks fresh, and there’s not a wilted plant in the store. Interesting. You wander around the store aimlessly, not really knowing what to do. There’s an interesting plant placed next to the register. You’ve never seen one like it. While examining it, someone comes up to you. “D’ya like it? It’s my own creation, I don’t think there’s another like it in the whole world.” You tell the person that it’s very pretty while you turn to face her. She looks from the plant to you, and her eyes go somewhat wide, before quickly regaining her composure. “Oh? You look familiar. . . You wouldn’t happen to be Mima’s son. . . Would you?”
fuck yes! moar PC-98 stuff!,if more of the characters belonging to that era continues appearing, then the next time we go to the school let's try to find Rikako, Chiyuri and Yumemi in the SCIENCE club, maybe Nitori is with them too.
Extra fun if some of them are interested in researching the occult club to discover if their magiks are bullshit or are for real.
You nod. “Oh ho ho! I thought you were. You have the same scent about you as your mother. Hm. . . I haven’t heard from Mima in forever. How’s she doing?” You start stuttering some response, but this time Patchouli comes to your aide. “Mima-sama has been missing for quite some time. Nobody is quite certain what happened to her.” That’s not exactly the story you were told but, yeah, that might be true. Mystia told you that she had ‘died’ but that might have just been what she told, you didn’t really get a whole lot of information about your mother out of that conversation. Yuka’s face is undisguised shock. “She’s *MISSING*? That seems so unlike her. you have no idea how happy she was when she had her son! To just go running out on him? That’s not like her.” Yuka furrows her brow. “That just doesn’t sound like her at all. Hm. . . I’m sorry girls, but I’m going to have to ask you to leave, I need to close up shop and check some things out.” She turns to look at you, “You I have some questions for.” “Ah, That might not work. Ya see. . .” Alice starts, only to be elbowed by Patchouli. “We have lunch plans, madam, which include him. So we can’t allow you to take him from us now. You may be able to borrow him some other time, but not today. Also, I would like to purchase these three plants.” Yuka looks at Patchouli, then at the three plants. “Alright. That’ll be . . .” Patchouli hands over the money, and Yuka puts the plants into a bag for her. “Thank you for the business.” “Thank you for the plants, madam.” With that the four of you leave the store. Yuka flips the open sign around to the closed side and locks the door. Huh. That whole encounter was quite strange. As if on queue, the car pulls up in front of the store. “I’m sorry. Were you waiting long?” Sakuya inquires. “No we were not. Thank you for being so prompt Sakuya.” The four of you pile into the car again, which takes off as soon as the door is closed. You seem to be heading back to Patchouli’s house. Mayhap now would be a good time to ask Patchouli about what happened to your mother.
[ ] Ask Patchouli about your mother. [ ] Ask about the ‘mistress’ [ ] Ask about Yuka. [ ] Look out the window.
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all the enigma around his past and his mother will make Anon suffer the same fate as Onikakushi Keiichi.
All of them know it but they refuse to say the truth, anon slowly stops trusting them and Yuka tells anon that they were the best friends until an incident in a dam with Marisa.
Later, Anon eats some meatballs that Marisa cook for him and finds a needle inside. Finally anon goes nuts and it's bat time!
Already batshit insane, anon writes a letter saying that Marisa and the occult club were the culprits, they killed anon's mother and now they were hunting him ... anon ends his own life by scratching the shit out of himself and dies. And the mystery remains unsolved ...
You turn to Patchouli and ask her point blank what happened to your mother. She looks quite shocked by your directness, but regains her composure. “So you’ve forgotten even that as well. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised, but you were the one who was constantly seeking out information about her disappearance.” You stop Patchouli there, and tell her that Mystia had told you that your mother was dead. “Yes, I believe that’s what your father told her. Probably in an attempt to get her to accept Marisa. However, neither you nor your sister really accepted her as your real mother like Rinnosuke wanted you to. But with him ending up with Marisa so soon after your mother disappeared. . . The whole entire thing seems quite suspect.” Patchouli looks out the window. “I really am not the one who should be telling you this, but seeing as it seems that you have nobody else who can tell you this, I’ll fill you in on what you’d managed to learn and share with us.” It turns out that your mother founded the Occult Club, and actually had a hand in the formation of Gensokyo Academy. The grade school, middle school, and high school. She apparently had a large hand in getting you and your sister into the school. Cirno, Wriggle, and Rumia made it in on the fact that Marisa was Mima’s star pupil. But apparently, several years after Mystia was born, Mima just. . . Vanished. Dropped off the face of the earth, and nobody had heard from her since. Shortly thereafter, Marisa shows up with Cirno, looking for Mima, and she and Rinnosuke hook up. Shortly thereafter Wriggle and Rumia were born. The whole thing just sounds really suspicious, but you apparently had quite a bit more research done, but this is just what you had shared with Patchouli and the others. Patchouli couldn’t offer you any ideas of where to look for where you might have stored that accumulated research, and she feared that it was kept in your head. You sigh. That was quite a bit to take in but. . . Well, You feel that it was important to know. The car pulls up in front of your house. You seem shocked that you’ve been brought to your house. “Of course we’re going to drop you off here. Alice, Medicine, and I have a few more errands to run. We were only bringing you along to see Yuka, but in your present state. . . I had hoped that you would have recovered. You were the one who originally wanted to see her when you found out that she had moved to the area, but I’d suggest against that before your memory returns. Yuka and Mima were bitter rivals, so I have no idea how she’d treat you. See you tomorrow.” The car pulls away quickly, leaving you to wonder what it is, exactly that you’ve forgotten. You sigh. Checking your phone you see that it’s a little after 2 in the afternoon. You still have plenty of time today if you wanted to go somewhere else.
[ ] Go to Mokou’s house. [ ] Go to the Hospital. [ ] Go inside. [ ] Go downtown.
Let's spend some time on our own, see if we can sort things out. Maybe swing by the Hospital on the way home. We can talk to Mokou about all this if she decides to drop in on our room tonight, or the next time we're together.
The trip to the hospital is quick and uneventful. In the lobby there’s a small gift shop. You see a small doll in the window. She appears to be of the same one that was on both the note, and on the receipt. You have more than enough to purchase the doll, should you decide to do so. Purchase doll?
You buy the doll. It seems to be the only one of it’s kind in the store. Even the clerk was a little surprised when you pointed it out in the window. “I never knew we had anything like this. Oh well.” It strikes you as somewhat odd, but no matter. You’re now in possession of the doll, and the bag it came in. You head up to Reimu’s room. It seems that her parents aren’t there. You go into the room, after knocking. Reimu is there in the bed, staring off into space. The TV’s on, but she’s apparently not paying any attention to it. You greet her after entering the room and she turns to look at you. She looks angry now. “Come to lord it over me that YOU were the one to rescue me? Feh. If I knew you were going to come and save me, I would have rather nobody had come to save me.” She glares daggers at you. Taken aback by her sudden verbal assault, you appologize. This seems to take her by surprise. “Wait. . . You’re not here to lord it over me?” You tell her that you were just checking to see if she was alright. “Feh. Like I’m supposed to believe a lame ass story like that? You got any proof?” You could give her the doll now to prove it, you think to yourself, but that might not really prove anything at all.
[ ] Yes, Give doll. [ ] Yes, the fact that I’m here. [ ] Nope. None what so ever.
You shake your head. “Nope. Not a shred of proof what-so-ever.” You smile as you say this, walking over to the chair next to her bed and sitting down. Shock is evident on Reimu’s face. You pick up an apple and start peeling it, offering her a slice after you’ve cut it up. She takes it hesitantly and eats it. “So, really. Why are you here?” You shrug. You tell her that you really were worried about her, especially after what happened yesterday. Reimu snatches another slice of apple from you. “Even after all the shit I put you through?” You shrug again. You tell her it doesn’t matter what’s happened, you were still worried about her. At the last minute you add that whatever it was doesn’t even bother you any more, you can’t even really remember what it was. Reimu looks absolutely shocked at that. “You can forgive someone for almost killing you!?” You shrug once more and tell her that it’s water under the bridge, but make a mental note to ask SOMEONE what the crap happened. Reimu snatches another piece of apple from you and turns away from you. “I want you to leave. Now.” You start to protest, but she interrupts you. “NOW.” Reimu grabs the pillow off the bed and throws it at you. Deftly dodging it you flee the room before she finds something heavier to throw at you. Well. That didn’t quite turn out like you expected it to, but you’re not really sure how you expected it to turn out. Leaving the hospital, you check your cell phone again. It’s now a little after 5:30. Downtown is relatively close, as is the central park of the city. You could probably go one more place today if you wanted to, but you feel really quite worn out after today’s activities.
[ ] Head home [ ] Go downtown. [ ] Go to the school. [ ] Go to the Park.
I know that GA:SD started as a hallucination in MiG and all, but is it just a coincidence that in both of them we have a Reimu who for some reason hates our guts and tried to kill us as some point, or will the reason she hates us in one story be somehow connected to why she hates us in the other?
>>26327 Maybe. Didn't Hina first appear in GA before showing up in MiG?
And yet, just that first appearance was enough to convince me to stay the fuck away from her if she ever showed up in MiG. And, sure enough when she did, we didn't, and we got our head smashed on a fucking rock as a result.
...the stuff that came after kinda made up for it, though, so it wasn't that bad. I'm still inclined to say that any and all appearances by her in either story should always have an option present to cunt-punch her and run the fuck away.
I swear. One more "woe" or "one such as" shit from her, and I'm going to want to strangle her to death with her own hair.
I forget where I'm going with this, but suffice to say Hina is a whore and I hope she dies.
>>26332 Haha yeah, I was thinking that as well. It would have fit perfectly with the kind of despair Kira likes to tease us with. Thank god he didn't though, other wise we would have a situation similar to the one pictured here.
>>It turns out that your mother founded the Occult Club, and actually had a hand in the formation of Gensokyo Academy. The grade school, middle school, and high school. She apparently had a large hand in getting you and your sister into the school.
Long story short, Kira: Are we all going to die by going insane from hearing The Chant or get swallowed and eradicated by the Pillar of Light once the gate's open?
Yeah, I lol'd at that too. It seems Anon actually DOES have a conscience about these things, but it was according to Kira's keikaku. If Anon had known sooner that this broad tried to murder us once before, I'm pretty sure Anon would've left her to rot, or watched, fapped, and posted pictures online.
"Little shit" seems to include which girl to go after, seeing as Anon can fucking STAY ON TARGET for shit. First one of our sisters, then Mokou, that one Anon for Marisa, the Patchi, possibly Medicine, and I'm sure there was one sick soul who wanted to open a Yuuka route... When will Anon learn the golden rule of VNs: HAREM ROUTES ONLY OPEN AFTER YOU'VE COMPLETED ALL ROUTES!! We're a couple of playthroughs short of getting it, so stick to one girl, idiots!
Hey Kira, ever thought that some of us have considered telling Reimu we have amnesia? I think that's more believeable than forgiving someone for almost killing you. And of all the people to know, I think telling our damn parents would also be a good idea.
Mystia and the rest of the sisters get too withdrawn to tell the whole story about anything.
Marisa: We need to sit down and have a heart-to-heart. Explain the amnesia and that we can't remember why we would dislike her. Melt her heart by saying that she's the only mother you know. Ask about about Mima, herself, Yuka, and Kourin.
Yuka: Becoming Yuka's boytoy would create some awfully lulzy drama. But it would fill in the gaps between what Marisa said, and the truth. And we can buy a flower for a sick girl.
God damn it, Anon. We could be trying to figure out who the girl from the note was, get Mokou into deredere mode for us, or even find out just why Reimu hates us so very much, and NOW you're wanting to go after Youkai Moe?
You DO realize that, even here, she's likely to be a bit unhinged, right? And that her unnaturally-healthy plants likely became that way through less-than-normal means? And that REALLY unique plant of hers?
There are only so many ways going after her can end, as far as I can see virtually all of them involve the last thing you hear before you die being to the effect of "FEED ME, SEYMORE!"
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>>26442 Damn. What do you want to bet her kids picked up her talent for spreading mayhem?
Yuka: And this is one of my daughters; the other is up in her room at the moment. I don't know if you've met before..." Lily White: *hops and dances into the room* SPRING IS HERE~! *Hands Anon a few small lit firecrackers and dances off, chanting those words merrily.* Yuka: Oh, she likes you!
Speaking to our schoolmates or sisters advances their routes. The only thing Mokou knows about is what happened with Reimu. Following Patchy/Medicine/Alice will reveal the power we once held. But speaking to Yuka, Marisa, and Kourin is the only way to advance the main plot.
>>This is acceptable. It better be brick-shitting awesome if it's capable of caused chronic nightmares and dissociative amnesia.
Even if that is what happened, I don't think it had anything to do with our amnesia case. Unless we had a sudden flashback about it while we were climbing over the wall, I think our lack of memory is more due to that whole "falling and cracking our skull" thing.
Speaking of which, I'd like to know more about the circumstances of that little injury. While it supposedly happened while we were climbing over the back wall, I can't help but wonder if that's what really happened. Or, rather, if that's WHERE it really happened.
There can be quite a number of ways one could fall in the vicinity of your house. Ladders, for example, can be quite treacherous things to be on.
The abuse took form in Mima forcing you to pleasure her sexually, when Mystia was born she was incorporated into her sick games and Mima forced you two to have sex in front of her. She convinced you that this was all part of an expression of "love" because families loved each other, when you got Mystia pregnant however Mima suddenly realised the horror of what she had done.
After giving Mystia a back street abortion she disappeared after some how tampering with your memories.
The repressed memories are affecting you and Mystia still, causing a great deal of mental trauma. Mystia masturbates thinking about you and doesn't understand why she's attracted to you in this way, you on the other hand can't distinguish love from erotic attraction which effects your relations with girls. That's why you say inappropriate things to Mouku, you don't know how to properly express your self.
Reimu hates you because in your last year of middle school you began to see each other secretly, she began to perform sexual acts on you and during oral after class one day you began to have a trauma induced fit. You were rushed to hospital and she blames her self to this day. she thinks hating you is the best way to protect you.
Now, I want one even more. Once we see just how stable she is, and have spent more time with her, we should introduce her to Mokou. Besides Yuuka route also lets us know more about our past, and from an angle that's liable to present more information, more easily than the other routes; I'm not sure Kourin actually knew all that much about this stuff, and I highly doubt Marisa would want to talk about it.
>>Besides Yuuka route also lets us know more about our past, and from an angle that's liable to present more information, more easily than the other routes
Only if whatever information she gives us can be trusted. Whatever little we knew about the truth before our amnesia, it goes without saying we know even less now. Meaning, we are not only clueless, but could be very easily mislead and manipulated.
Now, think. If you had a bitter rival who mysteriously disappeared, and her child came to you for information, would YOU be completely and totally honest with them? Or would you take advantage of their inability to corroborate whatever you tell them, and spin your own little version of things? Perhaps try to get them to your side?
Other sources might not be so forthcoming, but they're bound to be a whole lot more trustworthy. The extra work needed to coax it out of them is a small price to pay, compared to possibly getting manipulated, mind-fucked, or killed and turned into fertilizer...or a plant.
>>26573 >Now, think. If you had a bitter rival who mysteriously disappeared, and her child came to you for information, would YOU be completely and totally honest with them? Or would you take advantage of their inability to corroborate whatever you tell them, and spin your own little version of things? Perhaps try to get them to your side?
Not a problem so long as you take information with a grain of salt, which we should be doing with all the information we're given about our past. Hell, I'd imagine that her rival would be more interested in finding Mima than spinning us around to her side - as it stands, Yuuka's probably just as interested in finding out what happened as we are.
>Other sources might not be so forthcoming, but they're bound to be a whole lot more trustworthy. The extra work needed to coax it out of them is a small price to pay, compared to possibly getting manipulated, mind-fucked, or killed and turned into fertilizer...or a plant.
I wouldn't be so sure. Remember that if Rinnosuke knows Mima merely disappeared, he's already effectively lied to us about it by telling the entire family that she's dead. Considering how quickly Marisa showed up after Mima's disappearance, and the suspicions leveled against both by us prior to the memory wipe, and by the people who were in on our quest to find Mima, I doubt anything Marisa would say could be trusted. In fact, I'd trust her less than I'd trust a rival - Yuuka at least seemed to be quite surprised by Mima's disappearance, whereas if Marisa is sticking with Rinnosuke's lie about Mima's death, she almost certainly has reason to keep lying.
We have to talk to all three of them, though Marisa and Kourin are too likely to clam up, maybe going as far as to think it's better we have amnesia. If we can confront them with an accusation based on what Yuka tells us (regardless of the source's veracity), they will be forced to explain themselves.
It's too early to take sides or pick a "route"; until the memories come back, we have to pry as much information out of our sources as possible.
I think our happy GA:SD days are over, when we happily spend it with our sisters and lighthearted talked with everyone. It was the same with MiG, now easy mode is over and we go over to lunatic. Rape, Murder, Sex, Incest its all in the program now, School Days all over again. We lost our Memories because we could not take the shock of figuring out the Truth behind Mima and everything else. Scorn may have figured out a bit of the whole Picture.
>>26607 Or not. Aside from the rape with Reimu, and that bit of yet-to-be-revealed backstory with her where she apparently tried to kill us, there's so far not much else to indicate things are as bad as you make them sound.