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Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« on: February 06, 2021, 07:40:44 AM »
> You are a unique resident of Gensokyo. More specifically, an immortal, deathless denizen of the Bamboo Forest of the Lost. You’re what’s referred to as a Hourai Immortal, someone who will not stay dead, whether you’re eaten alive, mutilated, poisoned, or even reduced to atoms. Your body will simply be restored, as if new. Though, that doesn’t mean you don’t feel pain, so death isn’t exactly a slap on the wrist.

> Unique is a bit of a lie, as there are actually a few Hourai Immortals. Two of them still feud with each other... Which are you?

> The Eternal Lunar Princess, Kaguya Houraisan

> The Undying Human Phoenix, Mokou Fujiwara
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Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2021, 07:52:17 AM »
>Kaguya.

//Because of the two Mokou is protagonist more often imo.

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Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2021, 03:03:22 PM »
> Kaguya

//Sure. Why not

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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2021, 10:50:21 PM »
> Kaguya!

//This'll be fun :cirnotan:
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« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2021, 01:17:59 AM »
>Kaguya.

//Because of the two Mokou is protagonist more often imo.
> Kaguya

//Sure. Why not
> Kaguya!

//This'll be fun :cirnotan:
> Character Chosen: Kaguya Houraisan.

> You are Houraisan Kaguya, a Lunarian princess now living her eternal life on Earth.
Recently, your subordinate, Eirin Yagakoro, has been working on a drug that focuses on your power and reactions that could come from it. Though a bit dangerous, you are testing it out yourself for her. What’s the worst that could happen to you anyways? It’s not like you can die. The possible benefits could outweigh it anyways.

> To make sure nothing goes wrong in the off chance that something does, Eirin has entrusted Reisen with keeping watch of you. This trusty and cute bunny girl is in fact a deserter of a moon war, who happened to meet up with you and your subordinate in Gensokyo. As happy as she seems outside, she has been a pawn at war, and a pet for some time before. She’s currently Eirin’s student, and does her best in her own responsibilities while under constant harassment of the other hardworking bunny girl, Tewi. While Reisen is invigorating and innocent at the exterior, Tewi is manipulative and mischievous. Despite her faults, she has her wise moments, and is fit enough to handle things you probably couldn’t assign Reisen to. Though, you’d much rather want Reisen with you than Tewi...

> You’ve basically been told to test out your ability among your usual daily activities, if being a bit more active. What better way to do so than to spark the irritation of your eternal bother? A little rabbit has informed you that she’s been hanging out with some fairies recently. She probably wouldn’t expect a visit from you soon. Reisen, however, does have her own business she was going to attend to before accompanying you. Ultimately, it’s your choice whether you follow her instead of her following you. Either way, you’d still be doing as Eirin asked.

> You are in the Bamboo Forest, in your home.
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« Reply #5 on: February 07, 2021, 01:25:02 AM »
>Quests
>Inventory
>Spellcards
>Relationships
>Look around
>Check chest for usual growths.
>Do we know any more details about Eirin's experiment and instructions?

Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #6 on: February 07, 2021, 01:53:41 AM »
>What are some applications of our power?

>Can we essentially teleport by making our travel time instantaneous?

>What is the latest impossible task/object we've obtained?

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« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2021, 03:52:27 AM »
>Quests
>Inventory
>Spellcards
>Relationships
>Look around
>Check chest for usual growths.
>Do we know any more details about Eirin's experiment and instructions?
>What are some applications of our power?

>Can we essentially teleport by making our travel time instantaneous?

>What is the latest impossible task/object we've obtained?
> Quests:
> You remind yourself of Eirin's task for you. Though you don't know when it'll be finished. Maybe you just have to keep reporting anything new to her in hopes that she is satisfied. You don't really need to be bothered by anything else. Unless you want to follow what Reisen needs to do too...

> Inventory:
> Naturally, you have the Five Impossible Requests with you. You also have... Way too much of a supply of Eirin's newest medicine for her request. She definitely wants you to explore as much as you can with it...
> You still recall every single one of your spell cards, why wouldn't you? It's not as though people steal the memories of spell cards from others.

> Relationships:
> Nothing has changed from before. You can't be bothered to make a huge deal out of thinking about who you're friends with right now. It's not like you're going to be quizzed. And it's not like you're forgetting them either.
> Relationships:
> You let out a sigh. You swear the future you is going to look back on this and ask why you bothered.
> Eirin Yagakoro is your closest and most loyal friend. She created the forbidden immortality elixir using your powers, and even drank it with you, knowing she would likely be punished by the denizens of the moon as well. Even aside from her skills with medicine and drugs, she's pretty smart. She doesn't like to have as much fun as you, though at least that doesn't mean she can't have fun at all.

> Reisen Udongein Inaba is, well, not quite as loyal as Eirin, but still enough. Her cuteness makes her very fun to mess around with, as it even stays whether she's happy, upset, angry, distressed, and sometimes even in battle. You'd be incredibly upset if something happened to her... Not that you'd admit it to anyone.

> You've already recalled enough about Tewi... She and her carrot necklace are likely off scamming some poor wanderer of the forest. Not that you care much for such. Getting in her way for such would eventually come back to bite you. It has before. It's like she keeps a grudge, despite definitely not acting like it. You don't think she can be replaced, though. She's like a friendly landlady, who you sometimes wonder if they're on your side, but realize such whenever someone not on her side fairs against her.

> Fujiwara no Mokou... She's quite the fun person to toy with. Your goto for killing boredom, there's some things that interest you about her, but you're not willing to delve further into that. Maybe you could have someone else do it for you, but doing it yourself is a definite no. You don't hate her, but she probably hates you. Well, it makes it easier to agitate her at least. Maybe you should come up with something different someday though. You've got infinite time to do such anyways. Surely she won't get bored of you.


> There are a few ways you could theoretically teleport. Travel time isn't something that's automated or guaranteed. There's the destination, the starting point, and the in-between. You can cut out the time in-between all you like, but if you can't move at all, you're going nowhere until that changes. It's probably possible to pass through solid objects with your ability, but you haven't figured out how yet. It might be beyond you yourself. Maybe with this drug, you could figure it out.

> You have all of them with you, as you usually do.

> You look around, spotting Reisen next to your bed, writing something in a notepad as she observes you. Right, she's not just cute. She's hardworking as well. Maybe you shouldn't have reminisced about everyone you know...
> You check your chest in front of Reisen. Both of them are still there, not noticeably bigger than usual. Reisen's got much more, but at least you beat Tewi. Reisen seems mostly unfazed by your flashing. Mostly...

> Eirin just wants you to use your ability as you see fit, while making sure to take the drug, of course. You believe you should be noting anything weird or different to Reisen, or to Eirin directly.
>_

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Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #8 on: February 07, 2021, 03:57:09 AM »
Reisen seems mostly unfazed by your flashing. Mostly...
//.....lmao.

>Feel a bit awkward.

Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #9 on: February 07, 2021, 04:15:21 AM »
>Smirk

>"Have you seen any interesting sights lately?"

>Consider other impossible things we can
>Would an adult fairy be an impossible thing ?

>Perhaps look for our lookalike

//Stares at Star

Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2021, 04:37:50 AM »
> Try your best to forget the flashing. She'll probably forget either way.
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« Reply #11 on: February 07, 2021, 11:22:51 AM »
//.....lmao.

>Feel a bit awkward.
>Smirk

>"Have you seen any interesting sights lately?"

>Consider other impossible things we can
>Would an adult fairy be an impossible thing ?

>Perhaps look for our lookalike

//Stares at Star
> Try your best to forget the flashing. She'll probably forget either way.
> Even though you got yourself into this mess, you choose to ignore it.

> "Well, you seemed to spend a lot of time thinking just now. And then there was... that..." Reisen starts to look away. "My conclusions are that you tried to use your ability to do something in private, but couldn't manage to... Uh, is that right? Ah, you said sights, not signs. My mistake. Well... so far just a... a couple of things that'll be stuck in my mind now." She murmurs.

> An adult fairy does sound pretty unlikely. They don't reproduce as far as you know, just springing forth from nature itself. Plants and trees grow to adult stages, but fairies never seem aged from what you've noticed, not that you observe them much compared to as little as the average person does. You think you recall seeing a fairy that looked a bit like you, but as she isn't too memorable to you, she mustn't have pulled off your look well enough or was otherwise unimpressive when you last saw her.
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« Reply #12 on: February 07, 2021, 05:21:14 PM »
>Awkward cough.
>"Y-Yes, that was totally what I was trying."
>Yes, this is a foolproof excuse.

>Ponder the possibility of using that "maneuver" as a weapon of confusion against our nemesis.
>....
>Actually that's probably a bad idea.
>Ponder paying someone else to do it instead.

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« Reply #13 on: February 07, 2021, 05:25:14 PM »
>"More information is better than less."

>"For an adult fairy do you think we should use extra large butterfly nets?"

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« Reply #14 on: February 08, 2021, 01:10:33 AM »
> A rather large box, a twig, some string, and a treat should do good against whatever adult fairy lurks. It'd take less effort, too.
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« Reply #15 on: February 08, 2021, 02:03:31 AM »
>Awkward cough.
>"Y-Yes, that was totally what I was trying."
>Yes, this is a foolproof excuse.

>Ponder the possibility of using that "maneuver" as a weapon of confusion against our nemesis.
>....
>Actually that's probably a bad idea.
>Ponder paying someone else to do it instead.
> You could probably tell Reisen to do it if you needed to. But you yourself would probably get the most reaction out of her. Unless she's a fan of larger.
>"More information is better than less."

>"For an adult fairy do you think we should use extra large butterfly nets?"
> A rather large box, a twig, some string, and a treat should do good against whatever adult fairy lurks. It'd take less effort, too.
> You consider gathering such. You're not too sure if an adult fairy would even be baited by treats, though...
> "An... adult fairy? Where is this coming from?" Reisen questions.
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Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2021, 02:10:32 AM »
>"I mean they're all practically children, maybe teenagers at most, right? Don't you think an adult one would be interesting?"
>Would forcibly aging someone be within the bounds of our powers?

>Ponder whether flashing Mokou ourselves would anger her or confuse the hell out of her.
>Hypothetically speaking, of course...

>Speaking of, she hates us because we rejected her dad or something, right?
>Did we reject all our suitors in the past because we simply didn't want to get married or was there another reason?

Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #17 on: February 08, 2021, 02:40:18 AM »
>"They shouldn't exist so wouldn't seeing an adult fairy be interesting?  Like seeing a tree that grows into a seed?"

//Our collection of impossible things shall grow

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« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2021, 02:47:57 AM »
> "An adult fairy has to exist."
> If they didn't, you could probably just make a fake. Should fool folks around.
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« Reply #19 on: February 08, 2021, 09:30:46 AM »
>"I mean they're all practically children, maybe teenagers at most, right? Don't you think an adult one would be interesting?"
>Would forcibly aging someone be within the bounds of our powers?

>Ponder whether flashing Mokou ourselves would anger her or confuse the hell out of her.
>Hypothetically speaking, of course...

>Speaking of, she hates us because we rejected her dad or something, right?
>Did we reject all our suitors in the past because we simply didn't want to get married or was there another reason?
>"They shouldn't exist so wouldn't seeing an adult fairy be interesting?  Like seeing a tree that grows into a seed?"

//Our collection of impossible things shall grow
> "An adult fairy has to exist."
> If they didn't, you could probably just make a fake. Should fool folks around.
> "That's... much more opposite than an adult fairy is, though." Reisen replies.
> If you tried on someone that couldn't get out of your power, you probably could forcibly age them.
> You expect confusion, then anger. Probably in that you aren't taking her seriously.
> You believe that's it. You rejected those that sought you out because they couldn't even fulfil your requests. They may have become known as the five impossible requests, but one of them should've been capable of accomplishing something impossible for your sake if they were worthwhile...
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« Reply #20 on: February 08, 2021, 10:01:27 AM »
>"Hmm... What do you think would happen if I attempted to forcibly age a fairy with my powers...? Shouldn't be too hard to convince one, after all..."

>While remaining on the prior train of thought, do we happen to know how Mokou's chest compares to ours? It would make some good mocking material if ours happened to be bigger... Or have we done that already in the obscenely long amount of time we've known her?

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« Reply #21 on: February 08, 2021, 10:51:57 AM »
>"Indeed."

>"Reisen, you've traveled Gensokyo, what makes a fairy a fairy?  If a fairy were to change what traits would it need to be a fairy and not a yokai?"

>Would a fairy of humans be a contradictory thing?

//Humans reject nature while still being a part of nature

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« Reply #22 on: February 08, 2021, 08:57:54 PM »
> You'd probably be able to forcibly age a fairy, but it'd be better to consider who'd know about it. Committing what'd probably be a crime against nature is a bad idea. Plus, you've already had poor experience committing crimes. Everyone on the moon knows about that.
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« Reply #23 on: February 08, 2021, 10:56:23 PM »
>"Hmm... What do you think would happen if I attempted to forcibly age a fairy with my powers...? Shouldn't be too hard to convince one, after all..."

>While remaining on the prior train of thought, do we happen to know how Mokou's chest compares to ours? It would make some good mocking material if ours happened to be bigger... Or have we done that already in the obscenely long amount of time we've known her?
>"Indeed."

>"Reisen, you've traveled Gensokyo, what makes a fairy a fairy?  If a fairy were to change what traits would it need to be a fairy and not a yokai?"

>Would a fairy of humans be a contradictory thing?

//Humans reject nature while still being a part of nature
> You'd probably be able to forcibly age a fairy, but it'd be better to consider who'd know about it. Committing what'd probably be a crime against nature is a bad idea. Plus, you've already had poor experience committing crimes. Everyone on the moon knows about that.
> Mokou is... bigger than yourself. She at least doesn't mention it...
> You wonder if nature itself or a god would curse you from doing such... They probably could still make an impact on a true immortal such as yourself. At least they can't get you sick.

> "Forcibly age a fairy? They don't seem to grow too much even with age."
> "Well, the fairies I've seen have been cheerful and playful. They don't actively want to harm humans for their goals either. I suppose if you could change those for good in a fairy, then something interesting would happen?" Reisen speculates.
> You aren't sure. One could probably exist already. It's not like you know everything about how a fairy is born or lives. Maybe you need an expert on fairies. But who would even be such...
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« Reply #24 on: February 08, 2021, 11:21:05 PM »
>Mentally frown at the thought of Mokou having beaten us naturally in one area...

>Wonder if it would really be a crime against nature if the fairy in question willingly agrees to the aging.
>What's the usual method(s) of "Operation: Mess With Mokou" we use? Are there any methods we haven't used in a while?
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Re: Immortal Quest - Ageless Nemesis
« Reply #25 on: February 09, 2021, 12:57:58 AM »
>"That is a wonderful idea.  We could have a coffee party with a fairy.  Where is a good place to see the sakura blossoms?"

//My other idea was to go rafting up the river and waterfalls.

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« Reply #26 on: February 09, 2021, 10:02:00 AM »
>Mentally frown at the thought of Mokou having beaten us naturally in one area...

>Wonder if it would really be a crime against nature if the fairy in question willingly agrees to the aging.
>What's the usual method(s) of "Operation: Mess With Mokou" we use? Are there any methods we haven't used in a while?
>"That is a wonderful idea.  We could have a coffee party with a fairy.  Where is a good place to see the sakura blossoms?"

//My other idea was to go rafting up the river and waterfalls.
> How annoying...
> The most common is to just go to her directly. You might send a letter of challenge, or send someone to bother her sometimes.

> "I don't usually go sightseeing in my trips... They're usually for business." Reisen answers.
>_

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« Reply #27 on: February 09, 2021, 03:35:52 PM »
>"Eh? You don't?"
>Do we know if she goes sightseeing at all for that matter?

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« Reply #28 on: February 09, 2021, 06:42:48 PM »
>"This is a great opportunity then.  Where would you go if given the opportunity?"

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« Reply #29 on: February 10, 2021, 01:11:15 AM »
>"Eh? You don't?"
>Do we know if she goes sightseeing at all for that matter?
>"This is a great opportunity then.  Where would you go if given the opportunity?"
> You don't know if she does.
> "Well... the mountain sounds like it has some good views. But I've heard it's not exactly a place you're allowed to visit freely."
>_