Something for krisslanza (and THP) Serial ATA 2009/10/22 (Thu) 16:37 No. 99995 ▼
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Take note that this contains crack pairing and at such is not to be treated seriously. I'm not sure if /th/ is the right place to post this,
Anyway, without any ado.
She yawned. Today had been a hectic day, what was with the recent incident that involved the Palanquin Ship and its alleged treasure. She was tired in many ways possible: first there was this mouse commander who turned out to be a subordinate of a Vaisravana disciple, who in turn was an associate of the sealed youkai who claimed to be the “saviour of youkai-kind”. Secondly, she had to deal with the forgotten umbrella not once, but twice, no thanks to the “unidentified flying object” she was instructed to investigate. “All in the name of youkai extermination, dear,” she remembered the snake goddess telling her prior to her departure.
All in all, she needed to take a long break before she could concentrate on the shrine’s welfare.
“Sanae!!” Her attention towards preparing the bed was disturbed. Quickly she headed to the front door to see Kanako and Suwako leaving. “We’re leaving for an errand, so take care of this shrine, okay?” Kanako said.
“We won’t be long, so don’t worry about us,” Suwako said with a wink.
“Err… Lady Kanako, Lady Suwako, this isn’t the best time to… go out?” the green-haired girl spoke.
“Now, now, Sanae, we understand that you need some comforting from us,” Kanako answered. “But we goddesses also have our own needs to fulfil, so… sorry for not spending time with you.”
“You mad at us, Sanae?” the goddess of mountain asked.
“O-of course not!” she declined. “I understand. Deities’ affairs are not to be questioned. I’m sorry for asking.”
Kanako laughed and gave the girl a hard slap on the back, making her squeal. “Come on, Sanae! Don’t be so upset,” she roared. “At least you made us proud for your effort. Wonder if we should bring you in for a treat…”
“Like when we made Sanae drunk and strip her off? That sounds fun,” Suwako suggested.
“Nah! Why don’t we do something more ‘daring’ to her?” Kanako encircled her arm around the flustered Sanae’s shoulder. “What say you, dear? Do. You. Want. To?”
A bright red colour tinted her cheeks. “W-W-why should I?!” The flustered shrine maiden pushed both the goddesses out of the door. “You two have an errand to do, right? Now go! I’ll be fine!!”
“Jeez, Sanae is not fun,” Kanako grumbled.
“That only proves that she has grown up,” Suwako giggled. “I’m so proud~”
“Lady Suwako! Please!” the greenhead moaned.
“Alright, alright.” The goddess of mountain tipped her hat and lifted off, closely followed by the snake goddess. “We’ve cooked you some dinner! You can find it at the kitchen!”
“You don’t have to do that, Lady Suwako!”
Suwako smiled and waved a goodbye. “We’ll be seeing you later, Sanae. Take care of our home, okay?”
“Will do! And have a safe trip, both of you!” She waved the deities before headed to the kitchen. Her heart skipped at what she was seeing; a complete dinner set meticulously arranged on the table, complete with cutleries and seasoning. She approached the table and saw a paper with hand-written note on it.
‘Tonight’s dinner is simmered vegetable and omelette, your childhood favourite. Kana/Suwa.’
She smiled. “Thank you, Lady Kanako, Lady Suwako…” She took a seat, her hands clapped, and nodded. “Well, then. Let’s eat!”
With dinner done, she was prepared to take a bath before going to sleep, and there was nowhere better to go than the shrine’s outdoor hot-spring. She wished Kanako and Suwako had stayed so that they could have hot-spring bath together, but she understood. Being goddesses, they had to carry out their divine task and it wasn’t the kind of thing that could be done at the shrine daily. She had to question their intention of leaving the shrine for the night, though, and had reminded herself to ask them upon their return.
“Huh… it surely is quiet right now…” Immersing herself in the warmth of the pond, she used the opportunity from the private time to clean herself. “Wish Lady Suwako was here to give my back a wash…” She giggled at the thought, even as she was running her fingers through her delicate hair in methodical motions. “Oh, Lady Kanako might also want to wash my hair. That would be nice, too.” She leaned against the rock and looked up at the moonless sky, enjoying the glittering sight of the stars and the ear-soothing melodies of nocturnal creatures. So calming, she felt sleepy…
She squealed, almost jumping off the pond in the process. She turned around and could not believe what she was seeing. “What the heck are you doing here?!”
The heterochromia-eyed girl giggled and stuck her tongue out. “I’m kind of bored,” Kogasa said as she crouched beside the startled shrine maiden. “I thought I could surprise someone, so I visited you! And it was a success, too!”
“Didn’t anyone tell you not to peek on someone while she’s taking her bath?!” she asked. “And don’t you know that this is a holy ground! Youkai like you aren’t supposed to be here in the first place!”
“Aw! Greenhead is not fun~” Kogasa stood up and looked around the hot-spring, completely oblivious of Sanae’s anger at her unwelcomed presence. “I just want to look around this place. It looks kind of cool. Hmm… I wonder…”
“Hey! Hey!” Sanae stood up, ignoring the fact that she was stark naked, and pointed at Kogasa. “I don’t know what business you have here, but leave at once! You’re an eyesore!”
“Eyesore? Me?” Kogasa squinted at Sanae, and a low whistle of appreciation escaped her lips “Not very convincing, especially when you look really amazing there~”
Realizing the karakasa was looking at her rather scandalously Sanae dived back into the pond, her face burning redder than the ripest tomato. “You’re so lewd! Giving me that kind of look… that’s horrible!!”
“Really?” She giggled afterwards and put the eggplant umbrella she had been holding aside. “Hot-spring bath looks nice. Can I join you?”
“W-what are you going-” It was too late, because Kogasa already stripped herself and jumped into the hot water, producing a tidal wave that almost swept Sanae off her feet. “Aw! What are you doing?” the greenhead moaned.
“Wheeeee!!!” Kogasa started swimming around the hot-spring, singing a song that the shrine maiden could not apprehend with. “This is fun! Never thought I could actually have a hot-spring bath~”
“This is ridiculous how could a youkai go into this place and have pleasure from surprising me…?” Sanae grumbled. “Lady Kanako and Lady Suwako are going to be at me if they find out…”
Kogasa stopped swimming. “Oh, I almost forgot. I saw someone… make it two persons heading at this place. Can’t really tell if it’s the red-white and the witch, so…”
“Say what?” The timing could not have been worse. As she looked at the door, her eyes bulged out of the socket in disbelief. There, standing in front of the door, was the last people in Gensokyo - maybe in the whole world - she wanted to meet.
“Yo,” Remilia nonchalantly waved. “Hope we aren’t being rude by intruding your privacy.”
“Mistress, you already violated her privacy,” a less-than-amused Sakuya reminded.
“Hush, Sakuya. This is the best opportunity to evaluate her worthiness,” the vampire replied.
Sanae found herself sinking into the pond. “Oh dear… Lady Kanako, Lady Suwako, help…”