I was joking, but I suck at jokes!
I don't think I'm able bodied enough to lend you a literal hand, so I suppose you might ask one of the potential serial killers around here.
Hey, don't try and guilt trip me in to it, science and magic just don't mingle like that, okay?
Older'n me. Melee's just outdated.
And sure, most of them would probably at least try if they thought they could get away with it. Rika, Rika Asakura.
>Matenshi slowly floats over to Rika, maintaining a few feet of distance.
Oh, come on, it's just a coin flip at best, you know?
They are NOT! I just like calling them that!
No, dearie, I have never heard of the name in my life, and I am fairly certain none of my ancestors have been experimented upon.
You're asking me? One second..
>Fran closes her eyes and raises one of her hands, extending a finger and doing mental math in midair.
It's.. About seven hundred, I think. A little bit less. Somewhere between six hundred-fifty and seven hundred, if I did my math right.
If you're feeling guilt about it then that means I have a chance of cutting you open.
You don't seem to understand that magic is just scientific concepts we haven't unraveled yet.
I don't think calling them "serial killers" will get me a very good deal. Usually that sets them off. Besides, it's not my place to ask how they got the bodies. They're already dead, there's nothing I can do about it.
Are you an alien?
Colossal?.. Heh, sounds big. But I should tell you some of my secrets, you guessed before, but it's less magic and more enchantments.
Got one that when I'm in the presence of one of those giant monsters it increases my strength even more so than it already is.
I'm sure I don't, but if you're trying to make a joke for the sake of it.. Sure.
Are you speaking of even Matenshi? But the Name's Gladiolus Amicitia, Gladio for short.
>He sets down in one of the Coleman chairs that were in front of his tent.
I must thank Kiku for allowing me to come here again. Oh, if only the youkai and the kappa were here with me...
I may be smart, but I'm unable to do all of this instantly. I'm a simple man.
...Seven hundred pounds for twenty bodies? Love, I know that bodies are a bit difficult to attain normally, but that's a bit expensive, don't you think?
>He sighs, looking at the cart he dragged along behind him.
I suppose that will have to do. I'm not asking for you to give me your life savings, you know.
Really? Well what kind of dad lets his daughter roam a place like this unsupervised.
Oooh, you cold, pragmatic woman.
I wish it was like that, but there's more to the world than the empirical.
Honestly? Boredom and sheer curiosity, hehehehe.
Stop not understanding things!
Well, some demons, yeah, sure. The gatekeeper to Makai wouldn't shy away from it. Matenshi's just...tame.
It doesn't work that way. Humans have been on this planet and have documented things for such a long amount of time that there's no possible way we've missed an entire species besides things like subspecies of insect.
The fact that you even exist proves you must be the product of an experiment in one way or another. Your resemblance to humans only furthers that suspicion.
Regardless of your opinion, I think an ancestor of yours was human, at one point. That's just how evolution works.
You're the product of accelerated evolution. That's the only possible explanation, other than.. Hm. Being from another planet or universe, I suppose.
That's a huge amount less than I would spend with anyone else. We'll see the quality of the cadavers and judge if I'll continue doing business with you or not. I will admit, prices like these will be amazing for my research as long as the corpses are of good quality.
>Fran reaches into her coat pocket and pulls out a fat stack of cash, licking her thumb and combing through it.
Here's a bundle of 100,000. Count it if you'd like.
No, there really isn't. You have to understand that everything that happens has a reason for happening. Things don't happen "just because." That's a simple fact of the universe. They teach that to kids in elementary school.
You know, if you have any money, I could give you super strength, or extending arms, or incredibly durable muscles, if that's something you'd be interested in.
What kind of father would let a sexy little beast like you roam unsupervised.
...Dearie, you humans sent all monsters into the Underground after the great war. Perhaps you should find a brain for yourself, ahuhuhu~!
>He takes a look back at the cart, wondering if bodies have to pass a certain criteria to deserve such prices.
I suppose I don't reallly know how this all works, then. I'm not a merchant for corpses for anything, but I still hope that these are good for you. It took a while to find good ones.
...I don't think I need to count. All I hope is that you're not disappointed by them or anything. Time is money, after all.
Alternate universe it is, then. You must just belong to a similar kind that evolved alongside humans, like apes and monkeys are to each other.
How did you end up here? Did you enter some kind of portal, or fall down a rabbit hole? Did you stare at your reflection in the mirror for too long?
No, that's not entirely accurate. Money is money. Time doesn't necessarily bring money, you have to work for that. They're two completely different things. One is inconsistent.
>She walks past him and peers into the cart, moving away whatever cloth, covering, or lidpiece may be in the way of her seeing the corpses.
I've already conquered the latter hun, so you'll have to try harder than that to coax me up a new body.
Because they don't know any better. The scientific and the fantastic don't sit well together. Why do you think it was hidden, and all the 'fantastic' was squirreled away in to it's own quarantine zone?
AND NO, it's not to study it.
Then why're you acting like it's still that? I know what I'm talking about, dammit.
I think we're making progress on making HG great again, don't you think?
It's a figure of speech, but you're still true, either way. I simply think that if the end product wasn't worth the wait, then time should make up for it. It's hard to explain, I suppose.
>Just a blanket. It could remind someone of the Black Plague, how the cart was presented and all. Regardless, the bodies look clean and presentable. It's almost unnatural, but what can you do?
...To tell you the truth, dearie, I am not entirely certain. I sort of just found myself here one day.
I've gone pretty far as it is, now haven't I?
Oh, she's just a pushover. Shame, too, she's actually pretty strong for a demon, too.
>" Th'ats...well, it's where I'm from, sir...."
The demon realm of Makai, hehe. I'm guessing yours are probably bigger, scarier, more masculine?
Engineering, if you count it. In fact, I make for one of a single-digit number of scientists there. Hell, my name MEANS "science"!
It's just not as simple as you've been lead to believe.
They look nice. Fresh, even. I'm surprised.
>She reaches into one of her inner coat pockets and retrieves a scalpel, spinning it once between her fingers and pressing the blade to the chest of one of the corpses.
Do you mind if I check the coloring and condition on the inside?
That seems like a common answer. Something tells me this place isn't normal, but who am I to ask those kinds of questions? My field is medical, not dimensional.
Well, you've got me curious, at least.
>She pulls a card from her pocket and presents it to the spider. It was plain white, with a boring red text titled with "Fran Madaraki." Underneath seemed to be a multitude of signatures and qualifications.
What will it take for you to let me dig around inside of you?
Stop calling yourself a scientist. That's really not what you are, from what I'm hearing.
Scientists with no motivation to uncover the world's secrets are just wastes of a degree soaking up a fancy title.
If you say so.
>Muffet looks at the card. After some hesitation, she pockets it.
...Aren't humans only supposed to do that on their deceased compatriots?
I really, really don't know how. Oliver just keeps them in pristine condition, I suppose.
>Despite most people looking squeamish whenever they see something like that, he just keeps looking on, wondering what it actually looks like inside. He wasn't told about that bit, but he only hopes it looks presentable, at the very least.
Er... Yes, you may. I didn't think about what it would look like inside, but I believe it will look presentable.
... Theses are worse than Prompto's joke.
The only one's that look any kind of human are big metal giants, nagas, and these weird undead samurai they're big though.
But she's strong huh? I should spar with her sometime.
Well it's because of those push-ups that I can do that right? Haha.
Well I'm not very GLADio to hear you test them out on me.
You think I'm not? Bullcrap. I'm also the only person COMBINING the two in my land! I'm just starting to think you're not even capable of comprehending it.
Tick-or-treat. And yeah. That was two months ago.
What, do you hit on the nagas, too?
Hehehe, I told you. Melee is outdated. Our fights are...different.
...and it's because of those push ups that I can glass jaw ya' under .5 seconds.
No. Normal ones, maybe, but I know what I'm doing. The fact that you're probably from another world raises all sorts of questions-- whether your anatomy is drastically different from ours, mostly.
If you'd let me at least look around inside of you for a bit it would be a huge help for science in general.
I'm sure it will, I just like to be safe. There was once that someone tried to sell me empty bodies, effectively skin suits with metal casing.
>She presses the scalpel into skin and drags the blade down the corpse's torso, cutting it open. She pulls back the folds of skin and muscle, severing whatever tendons or loose skin was keeping her from seeing inside.
That's why it's called magic, isn't it? Because we can't comprehend it, yet.
My goal is to understand it, but it seems like you've completely given up on that. I don't think you take your title as scientist very seriously.
No thank you, dearie. I quite enjoy not having someone rummage through my internal organs.
Now, as it is late, I shall retire for the night. If I catch you following me, your blood shall be the next ingredient in my spider batter.
Good night, dearies! Ahuhuhu~!
But... For what purpose? You'd have a better time actually gathering the bodies than taking the time and effort to make shallow husks.
>Not even flinching, the Brit looks inside, breathing a sigh of relief when he finds out that they're not rotten. Hopefully. It's dark out, and he can't really see it all that well.
Good night, Muffet. Much better.
It's called that because it's beyond the descriptions and capabilities of science.
To understand it, you have to be up to accepting the fact that not everything's going to be sensible scientifically. And...yeah. Nowadays, I consider myself a magician first.
...You probably got it then, anyhow.
Isn't the typical description "gorgeous snake-lady"?
And for us..."high-speed aerial dodging contest" sums it up, hehehe.
What, you think I haven't done that? Part of the reason why I'm sitting on so much money.
I see no point in sharing grotesque bodily exchanges under a mistletoe.
They... They are?
>The Brit smiles at this revelation, despite not being one for smiling in the first place. "It was worth the wait," he thinks to himself.
If you wish to tale the cart as well, then I won't stop you. I'm simply glad that you finally got them after all this time.
What? No.. C'mon man.
Sorry if I was so blunt earlier, it's a bad habit of mine since I've showed up around other fighters.
You've got some cup noodles to spare?
They are. I'll just call Veronica and tell her to come bring this home.
>She pulls out an old-looking cell phone and dials a number, then holds it to her ear.
Yes, could you please come here? Bring your good arms.
>She hangs up the phone.
They are. I may not look it, but I'm ecstatic. You're welcome, but thank you for being so patient.
>He looks at the cart, placing the blanket back on top just in case.
I hope this "Veronica" girl will be alright with the cart, because I'm unsure on how heavy it is. He makes it look so easy...
Veronica is reliable.She's my bodyguard, so I tend to count on her for a lot of physical labor.
She's also faster than you'd expect.
>"What did you need, Fran?"
>The other girl in pic related steps out of the shadows.
I just needed you to take this cart back home. It has a new shipment of cadavers, so just store it in the cooler and tell Adorea to sort the parts.
Oh, wait, hang on. This is our new dealer. Say hi.
>"Hi. Can I take the stuff home now?"
...I mean, I guess I got some chocolate on me, sure.
Oh, please. You're just one of the worst skeptics I've ever seen. I could summon a dozen demons in front of you, and you'd still doubt me.
Even 'normal' youkai tend not to think on the same level as us.
>She shoots a look at Matenshi, who sheepishly looks away.
And how do you know the babies don't just look different?
Oooh, careful, there. This is just for practicality, you know? Don't wanna get a skirt or something caught in machinery.
Of course I would. I'm sure you could do something like that, it's just a matter of explaining how its possible that interests me. Don't you want to know the inner workings of your abilities?
Yes it is... These jokes aren't gold though.
Of course I do, if you don't mind making me a cup as well, fairs fair right?
>He points over to his tent where there two plastic bags filled with them.
>He gives a quizzical look to the both of them.
That.. Ah, anyway they'd still look like a snake right?
>Although the gentleman looks a bit shocked at her arriving so suddenly, he doesn't question it, looking back at the cart and making sure the blanket stays there.
I... I see. Yes, she certainly is faster than I'd expect. You may take it home when you're ready, Veronica. Wait, how is she going to take it home?
>Veronica reaches under the cart and lifts it off the ground, raising it above her head and turning to Fran.
>"I'll see you at the lab."
Okay. Thank you, Veronica.
>Fran points at her sister.
>Matenshi only offers a shrug.
Well, probably. Or maybe the males look different, huh?
Uh. Okay. Later.
The words force the world to act in a certain way, or just the force of will, provided you actually have the energy to do it. It's simple, even if it doesn't make sense.
I'm sitting on like, literal tons of gold back in my base. I build TANKS, what the hell makes you think I have money troubles?
What's a guy like you camping out in a place like thi-...
>As he strides over towards the plastic bags, and carefully crumbles out two from the tent. He spots a kettle and whips that out.
Alright... mind lighting me up a fire, while I get things sort out?
Enjoy calling yourself a scientist while I uncover answers.
The United Kingdom
I believe you, lad. [spoiler]I don't.[/spoiler]
>He doesn't know what he expected, but he's shocked all the same. However, a few seconds pass, and he just rolls with it. This isn't the first time he saw super strength before.
That certainly seems... Safe. I hope that the cart won't tip over or anything, that wouldn't be too great.
No, she's responsible, it's fine.
>Veronica had already left back into the shadows with the cart.
I just hope she doesn't come back to a house full of spies or something. I've told her so many times not to kill intruders but she never learns..
If you could, that'd actually be nice. Finding out how these things work would at least help me pinpoint what I should be looking for.
Woah you said that, not me.
You definitely are.
There aren't males, the way they're made from my world is that people turn into them.
>He points over to a Coleman camping grill.
But I seem more prepared than most, besides my king ordered me here, he'll be here eventually.
I do not sense anything amiss.
But I will not rest knowing that the anomaly still exists.
>The gentleman suddenly looks much more interested in where the cart's going, his eyes widening a small bit.
A house full of spies? You're telling me she kills intruders? I have a feeling that me giving you bodies certainly won't help with that. Well, on the bright side, at least you'll have more cadavers...
Hehehe, I can already tell your frustration's gonna be amazing. Got somewhere I can drop it off, or am I just gonna wait for you to
Careful, now, not everyone appreciates that sorta passive-aggressiveness~.
As far as YOU know. There's a lot of possibilities out there, huh?
Wait a minute.
Aren't you that time-travelling ten-year-old or whatever?
Everything's been going fine. I'm not sure what anomaly you're talking about.
Every time she leaves the house, people seem to break in. It's pretty inconvenient.
I'm a medical scientist, like I've said, so taking lives is the opposite of what I work for..
Oh well. If she does kill any, I'll just have to scold her.
Just give it to me. I'll study it tonight.
Oh... how convenient...
>He grabs the Coleman camping grill and rigs it up, he places the kettle on the stove and starts boiling the water.
....>He awkwardly sits down on the chair, as the water starts to boil.
So..... how's life?
Oh what are you talking about? Can't take what you dish out~?
But, er... Why? I mean, why does it happen so often? I suppose it could be because there's no one to guard it, but you make it sound like it happens daily.
It is, but opportunity never knocks twice, as they say down in Great Britain. It certainly sounds like a problem, that's for sure.
I'm elusive... what's you're name? I'm Baki.
I don't know, never really put much thought into it. They always act the same to me... soooo maybe they're different because of my backwards answer?
Oh, no, I'm just saying that you're getting dangerously close to breaking some certain rules.
What's the end number?
>Casts a a deus ex machina spell.
I really, really, REALLY doubt we're from the same reality. I can have Matenshi here in a little bit if you can wait.
Isn't it obvious? I have a lot of secrets that people want to find out.
Oh. It really isn't anything special. It's just the undershirt of my school uniform and a lab coat. That's pretty much the same as an employee wearing their uniform.
You have all of this "magic" and you can't enter my reality?
Well... Righto, you have me there. It just seems so excessive that she believes they have to be killed because of it.
At the least, they should get arrested...
Surly you would only really believe something you have evidence for, 'sides I put the poor bastards out of their misery.
But hey Matenshi, being a demon means you could have been human once right? Or am I mistaken on how they're made?
>For fucks sake..
Ugh, am I in hell? Is this my PUNishment?
Well, I wouldn't say good knowing that a crazed man started a war thanks destroyed two regions.
>He leans back in his chair.
But I can't complain, I'm still alive.
They're usually armed and fire at her, but it's not that big of an issue since she can still easily dispatch them. She was made to be an assassin, so she gets carried away. I can't say I blame her for doing what she was made to do, but I still plan on trying to correct it.
They're alloys. They keep my body from falling apart.
I don't know the particular way to your world. So nah, obviously. It's not like I can be bothered to have something stalk you all the way there.
Riiiight...so, aside from that, how you been?
Oh come on, I guessed it right once before, right?
My mom's a ghost that's beat the crap out of a god, I'm not going to be THAT skeptical.
>"Ah, not at all. All the demons of Makai were made by our goddess, Shinki."
The aforementioned god my mom beat the crap out of, hehehee.
I suppose her actions can be justified as they were probably in self-defence. It just feels wrong for some reason. Although she was made to be an assassin, she could at least incapacitate them instead of killing them...
Good luck. Maybe just teach her how to subdue them instead of killing them, perhaps that would go over a bit better!
>I love you too, Kaito.
Hell if I know, but these puns are flaming hot! They're fire, wouldn't you agree?
Really? I've never heard anyone say that before. Regardless, I need them, so that's what they're there for.
Do you have any spare parts you're not using?
Because we've both seen how lazy you are.
It's fine. After each scolding she tends to go longer without killing people.
Spending a few months in pieces gives people time to think.
At least it isn't daily. If it was daily, then we'd have a large problem on our hands--
...What was that about spending a few months in pieces? I mean, I saw the stitches and all, but I hope it's not what I think you meant.
Why should I? I'm flaming, and I'm ready to go! If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen!
Bored. It seems I'm playing solitaire for the past couple of days. Know what I'm saying?
Yes, organs. Do you want to donate to science? I also take limbs, but most people aren't willing to part with those.
Blimey. That's a bit cruel, but I suppose killing others is just as bad. Literally months, just being taken apart? That doesn't sound like a good time at all.
That's your time machine?
>He raises an eye-brow, and whistles himself impressed.
It's a little disheartening that you've called your pet freaking dragon a machine, but... who am I to judge. Still don't believe the whole time part!
Trust me, I've had my fair share of gods to fight myself, I've been told by a god that's how it works as well.
But shouldn't you two be enemies then?
>This is supposed to be my secret ava though, the one I told people I was going to use, sarcastism.
If anything is flaming around here it's you.
Haha, that sounds about right, my dad being the trainer to the king was a hard ass and my mom.. I don't recall much of her.
Well, it's a bit dehumanising, but considering what the punishment is for, I suppose it's karmic retribution.
I would be surprised if she went through it multiple times, however. Can you stay sane after just being a head for a month?
Television is boring. And there isn't any arcades around here for me to play. Not to mention people haven't been to talkative here, or it could be me.
>O-Oops. Don't tell anyone I said it, this conversation never happened. It's a secret ava.
I know I'm hot, but you don't have to say it out loud. Like I said to the other guy before; if you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen!
Far from it.
People don't ask for that...
...You're not the anomaly.
>Sheathes her blade.
So I won't attack.
>The dragon suddenly increases in size to something you'd expect from such a beast. Without any hesitation the girl turns and plunges her blade into it.
>A door opens on the side of it.
You're being a bully...
You were going to attack me? I'm just doing my job.
True, true. It would just be so strange being unable to move, however. Being deprived of motion surely would be a bit jarring, wouldn't it?
I mean, as long as it doesn't HURT her, I suppose it's alright... It doesn't hurt her, right?
She worked for us before Shinki ever caused trouble. Hehehe, besides, most people in Gensokyo tend not to hold grudges about crap like this. She made a mistake letting her 'children' open up their 'tourism' like that, my mom and a few others corrected that mistake...very, very quick. Fighting is the number one way of resolving disputes!
Have you not just tried, say...something not an arcade? You know, like a console? Nintendo or something?
...No? I'm just trying to remember things right.
>She lets out the lowest, most impish laugh you've ever heard.
Oooh, now I'm getting about as close to annoying you as a person can get.
>boi of you don't.
I think you should stick your head on the oven...
>Don't what? This conversation never, ever happened. It's a secret.
Hey, what was that for? Do I look baked to you? My puns may be a bit bad, but you don't have to roast me for it!
But I never attacked you.
Pain is relative. I'm sure she technically feels it, but her mind suppresses it to a point where it doesn't really bother her.
No, it isn't annoyance, I'm only thinking about how much time I've wasted trying to explain something like this to someone that refuses to understand.
Time is valuable.
I'd rather play dance dance revolution in front of others in a nice environment than by myself in my room.
How courteous of you, but I'm okay as is.
>He steps inside the house, and slips his shoes off.
You... Well, you have me there. I suppose there isn't inherently wrong with it if no one is getting hurt. Does anyone else know of this, save for me?
I'm just saying, you're not that skilled in misleading people.
How do you think I feel trying to get you to comprehend this stuff.
Yeah, but...with more people there, the more likely you can screw something up and break your word, right?
...And you actually play that game, don't you.
Fights between gorgeous ladies? That sounds like a waste to me, haha.
So she took place on the fights too? No scars that I see.
Can't complain too much though, I have always had this great position in life, plus my little sister.
>I'm ganna stuff the magic school bus up your ass, actually wasn't that an episode?
You're right, your brain has already been fried in the microwave.. Sorry to give you the third degree.
They wouldn't know...and whats wrong with DDR? It's very groovy and I love to lose myself in the music.
You have me there. It seems like it would be secretive, but apparently not.
True, true. It just seems like a strange thing to mention in a conversation, to tell the truth.
I wouldn't call Shinki gorgeous, and I'm gonna pretend that you wouldn't flirt with my mom if she was here.
Hey, I fight, too. A human gets hit in those, they get KILLED. Others...are luckier. More durable, and they heal perfectly.
>"I, ah, never took part, I was busy...reforming, then."
Yes. Yes I do. I realize it's tough to get. It's something that's better to jst accept and move on from.
Breaking a promise is still breaking a promise.
...And honestly, you're just that feminine that I'm not even that surprised.
...Eh. Whatever. I'll drop it. How you been, kid?
>Was it? I'm going to have to rewatch the Magic School Bus. Or maybe I could just wing it without intricate knowledge of it.
Hey, it's not my fault my puns are fire. The heat's on with those remarks of yours. I'll give you a piece of my mind if you keep this up.
You are so never going to let that go are you...I was hoping you would go to sleep and forget the next day.
N-No. Just because my brother may or may not be connected with some doesn't mean I am one myself. I hear a few things here and there.
Then you're going to be here for a while.
British ingenuity! Why stay at five when you can make it SIX eyebrows? The sky's the limit, lad! I could have even more than that if I wanted!
How'd you manage to have such thick set of eye-brows, Arthur-kun?
>She props up along side your shoulders and pokes your eyebrows indiscriminately out of no where.
Well, I'm glad I at least got one deal out of this whole thing.
>She picks up her phone and dials another number.
Veronica? Veronica, I need you to come down and knock someone out.
>The gentleman nearly falls over out of surprise, yelping when he regains his ground.
Christ, love, could you have picked a quieter entrance?! What's with the sudden appearance?! I almost had a heart attack!
And this is how it ends, I suppose. Delivering twenty bodies and then getting knocked out straight after because I jumped the gun a bit too early.
Mental note; head to bed at a reasonable time to stop conflicts like these in the future. And maybe prevent them, too.
SIX? NO, NO, WE'RE GOING BEYOND THAT LIMIT! UNCOUNTABLE AMOUNTS OF EYEBROWS!
Trust me, I was always at the palace working, so I didn't see her much either.
I didn't mean those, I meant in general, aren't there more than two female demons? But what does she mean 'reforming'?
I don't think you have a piece to give...
>Sorry, but I'm about to pass on, thought it would be rude if I didn't say anything, gnight.
I do, and you're going to be surprised when I deliver. Mind you, it'll be a large piece, but portion sizes won't matter.
>Good night, mate. Thanks for letting me give Carlos a test run.
>She interrupts the time traveler.
Hold on, I'm getting a call to come back home, you can tell me what you were going to say next time.
>With a swift blow to the head, he's knocked out. When he wakes up, she's gone and he's got a fresh scar on his head, along with no memories of Fran's sister.
>Getting too tired and hungry to RP, later
Gee, sorry. Want a drink and something to eat to make up for it?
Huh? Well, I already more or less managed that. I can already tell I'm probably not gonna get a better reaction than that, you don't work the same as me.
Oh, well, yeah, demons in general, sure.
You're clearly exhausted, I'll educate you later, I guess.
>No worries. Night.
Don't be stupid. Forgetting just isn't something I do.
>tfw its my only non anime girl ava
Can't say I didn't try something new.
Then why do you cry anonymously? Post with your face, let us all witness the sincerity of your emotions. To live you must die. To be clothed, you must first strip yourself naked!
If you truly believe that is the parh to recognition, so be it. Show me your resolve!
>She shrieks bloody mercy.
WELL I CAN'T BECAUSE...KENJI, LONG, AND SHENLONG DIDN'T WANT TO PLAY SO WHO ELSE DO I HAVE TO PLAY WITH!!!!?
Everyone forgets! Like did you forget to turn the stove off back at home.
>He slowly wakes up, rubbing his head and wondering what just happened. He's glad that nothing permanent happened, however, because it was all an honest mistake, and he'll try to not do it again. Whatever it was. Did he do something bad to that person he was talking to before or something? Oh, well. Better luck next time, Arthur.
>Good night, mate. Catch you later.
>He's freaked out, for lack of a better term.
CHRIST, LOVE, CALM YOURSELF BEFORE WE WAKE UP IRELAND! IT'S NOT LIKE I'M GOING TO KILL YOU OR ANYTHING, NOW AM I?! WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH YOU?!
ISN'T IRELAND NOT A PERSON!? NO WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH YOU THREATENING AN INNOCENT LITTLE GIRL LIKE ME? YOU'RE MEAN! WHY ARE YOU YELLING AT ME!
THEY ARE, APPARENTLY! HOW DID YOU NOT KNOW THAT?!
ARE YOU FORGETTING THAT ONE TIME YOU NEARLY BROKE MY SPINE?! INNOCENT, MY BLOODY CRUMPETS! I ONLY STARTED YELLING BECAUSE YOU STARTED YELLING! CEASE THIS!
Not in small numbers. Besides, I'm immune to the negative effects~. As long as you don't go overboard about it, there's nothing wrong with it.
Luckily I came prepared...
With this Devil-Killer Elixer.
>She reveals a chocolate skull.
Too bad your friend doesn't ha-err I mean too bad we all can't have that ability.