Author Topic: Fate/Decrypt Survive  (Read 49346 times)

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Offline Jynx

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #30 on: December 17, 2017, 04:26:53 pm »
Serious student is serious~
It would be best to go to school early, making sure you can definitely arrive on time and maybe have some fun before the hectic day really gets started.

Also, Elvis, would you mind adding numbers to the various choices, to make votes and vote tracking easier?
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Offline Elvis Strunk

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #31 on: December 17, 2017, 04:33:18 pm »
But it looks cooler this way

I suppose I could do that from now on, if people seem to want it~ Of course, I can also edit this post and add them, though it's hard to mix things up with only two options. Hopefully.

Offline Gamerjunkie

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #32 on: December 17, 2017, 05:27:06 pm »
We might as well get there early, if we only have passing knowledge of magic.
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Offline BlackStarLine

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #33 on: December 17, 2017, 06:03:19 pm »
Lets spend some time with the old man, you never know we might get something interesting out of it.

Offline WeAreTheMeta

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #34 on: December 17, 2017, 06:45:57 pm »
Early school, fathers in fate universe is already an abomination, not gonna encourage it's existence!

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Offline Revontulet

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #35 on: December 17, 2017, 07:19:31 pm »
It would be best to stay home for a little while, and give your father some company before he heads out to work. You might be a little late, but it should be fine.
 
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Offline Arraxis

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #36 on: December 17, 2017, 10:00:13 pm »
It would be best to stay home for a little while, and give your father some company before he heads out to work. You might be a little late, but it should be fine.

I'm never one to go to school early if I can help it.

Offline Deeox2

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #37 on: December 18, 2017, 03:46:25 am »
It would be best to stay home for a little while, and give your father some company before he heads out to work. You might be a little late, but it should be fine.

Yo guy. There's no plot at school. This ain't a school life anime.

Right.

RIGHT. ELVIS.

Offline Elvis Strunk

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #38 on: December 18, 2017, 05:44:15 am »
Thinking about it, you decide it would be best to stay home for a little while, and give your father some company before he heads out to work. You might be a little late, but it should be fine.

You're not one to care overtly for being the model student. Of course, that isn't the same as not putting effort in at all, but you don't mind turning up late here and there. Plus, you and your father don't always manage to spend enough time together, with him working late into the night on occasion, making mornings like this a prime opportunity.

Sitting at the table, you take your time exploring the simple, yet exotic taste of the sandwich. The spices blended into the bread, the subtle hints of unnatural, yet fitting taste you're sure have the tiniest trace of magic behind them. It's nice not to rush through it just to make it in on time. Plus, you've always been fond of your old man's cooking.

He watches you for a time, seeming pleased that you stuck around. Even if you don't share many common interests, you're still family. While you've heard him say before that such frivolous connections are unbecoming of a true Magus, you'd much rather have things like this than a more strict, totalitarian upbringing you're aware others have dealt with.

Not much is said as the meal comes to a close. "I pray it was satisfactory," your father says, before standing up. His coffee has come up empty, and so too has his spare time. He glances at his watch, frowns, and turns halfway away. "I should be home early tonight." Early being before midnight. "If we manage to cross paths, perhaps we could spar."

It's something you'd often done when younger, training your bodies together, and part of what gave you the dedication to keep it up over the years. Unfortunately, work took more and more of your time together, and it isn't something you've done in years. Perhaps the old, familiar scene of sharing a meal brought on the idea.

Saying your farewells, you watch your dad drive away, the clock on the wall telling you that you're already a couple minutes late. You head off to school in a rush, aware that you'll likely get a scolding, but you've certainly survived worse.



There aren't many people on the streets at this hour, much less other students heading the same direction as you, so you make good time without having to deal with too many distractions. You arrive at school to find the gates still open, but the bell signaling the end of first period goes off as you enter. You vaguely wonder what sort of events you may have missed, but nothing too insane seems to have happened.

Finding your way to your second period class, you take your normal seat. Next to you is one of the stranger acquaintances you've made since transferring to this school: a dashing young foreign man with a thick accent that somehow doesn't get in the way of understanding his speech. While his name isn't too hard to remember, in the end everyone simply calls him Jeeves, as he nearly always wears a tuxedo to school. It caused some issues with uniform regulation at first, but eventually it was accepted as the norm. Still, spending too much time around him does tend to attract attention and gossip to some degree.

"You're late," he says, spotting you, his voice lightly teasing. "Oversleep?" The teacher doesn't seem to notice the conversation, just beginning to get into the daily lecture. At the same time, none of the other students are really talking. You...

1: Decide to give a noncommittal answer and focus on the lecture. You can explain later, if it comes up.
2: Give an honest yet friendly answer; you have no reason to ignore your friend.
3: Remain silent. You have no particular interest in talking to this person.
4: Create a dramatic, impossible story explaining your tardiness. Why not have some fun when you can?


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Making friends! Or enemies! Or just excuses. It seems you gained something by staying home, but did you lose something else in exchange? Who knows! Certainly not Elvis...

This totally doesn't count as school life anime scene that's silly

Offline Jynx

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #39 on: December 18, 2017, 06:00:07 am »
1! I don't like this guy.

Offline Marx-93

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #40 on: December 18, 2017, 06:45:47 am »
2

Look, even if it's suspicious people, it's just better to be friends with them. They're more hesitant then when they back-stab you.
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Offline Arraxis

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #41 on: December 18, 2017, 07:49:33 am »
2: Give an honest yet friendly answer; you have no reason to ignore your friend.

Not sure how strict the teacher is, but it shouldn't hurt to explain ourselves. I should ask - what country are we in, what grade, and do we have a name yet? I assume Jeeves' accent is British, so we probably aren't in the UK...

Offline WeAreTheMeta

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #42 on: December 18, 2017, 08:32:53 am »
* WeAreTheMeta decides to stop giving the most meta reason he can find for his choice, and just choosing them instead

2: Give an honest yet friendly answer; you have no reason to ignore your friend


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Offline Gamerjunkie

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #43 on: December 18, 2017, 08:34:13 am »
Let's make a friend! He'll probably turn out to be Shinji, though. Or Leo! Which is also nice.

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Offline Elvis Strunk

Re: Fate/Decrypt Survive
« Reply #44 on: December 18, 2017, 05:41:41 pm »
You give an honest yet friendly answer; you have no reason to ignore your friend.

"Oh? You were spending time with daddy? Such a good girl. As I'd expect of you by now." As before, he's teasing you, but you know him well enough to tell he's simply playing around, rather than trying to insult. "Still, you missed a lot of insanity. Somebody put a bucket of water above the door, and when the teacher walked in- BOOM." He smiles, and you don't need to ask to know he's the one that did it. Jeeves does enjoy his pranks. At least he doesn't manage to hurt anyone. Other than himself, sometimes.

"Besides that, it was boring, though. They called HER in, and she griped at us for about ten minutes. 'Be more responsible', 'consider the school's reputation', you know the drill." He gives a surprisingly accurate mockery of the person he's talking about, though he ends up doing it often enough that he'd naturally be an expert by now. Of course, there's no reason to have sympathy for him, since he dug his own grave.

"Anyway, I'll get you a copy of my notes before the day's out, so you can at least catch up. You know I've always got your back." Nevermind that he's usually the one needing bailed out of any given situation.

The teacher turns around, looking intently at the two of you. "I see you're discussing something important enough to disturb the class. Would you care to come up here so everyone can hear you properly?" Caught, after all. If nothing else, you can be thankful that this is Mr. Harley, one of the kinder teachers at the school. A younger sort, still in his thirties, though old in the eyes. His wife has been sick for a long time, though you don't know the specifics.

"My apologies, professor. My classmate here lost her notes and I was simply offering a copy of my own, nothing nefarious at all." The teacher studies you two for a time, before nodding, and turning back to the blackboard. Luckily it had been the previous period Jeeves had decided to mess with, or you likely wouldn't have escaped with your life. Your classmate exhales, relieved. "Fortunate. Who knows what terrifying creatures he would turn us into, if we got on his bad side?" You can't tell if he's joking, or if his idea of science teachers is simply heavily inaccurate, but it's likely best not to press your luck.



The day passes easily enough from one period to the next. Eventually, the clock makes the rounds to lunch. The bell rings, and the students begin hustling out, leaving you to decide where to go. Jeeves doesn't share this class with you, so you'd likely need to go and track him down manually. At the same time, you did miss first period, and offering some sort of explanation or apology may serve you well to avoid getting into trouble, or creating a negative reputation. You decide to seek out...

1: Jeeves. You should see about those notes he offered, as well as continuing the conversation from earlier.
2: The student council president, the woman that seems to exist as a perpetual thorn in your friend's side, and apologize for his behavior.
3: The student council president, the woman that seems to exist as a perpetual thorn in your friend's side, and confront her on her attitude.
4: Your first period teacher, to explain the situation properly, asking for any work you may have missed.
5: Your first period teacher, to offer an appropriately dramatic story as an explanation for why you were late. Those orphans weren't going to save themselves!
6: The library. Between working out and spending time with friends, you could spare a little more time for proper studying.
7: The gym. You don't attend gym class today, but you still want to keep yourself sharp, and a little physical effort will help keep you sharp.
8: The lunchroom. Well, it's lunchtime. You didn't even pack a lunch. Go get some food.

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We made a friend! But what are we going to do for lunch? So many options, maybe we should just give up and sleep instead...

What country are we in, what grade, and do we have a name yet?
We certainly have a name! We just haven't decided what it is yet. Weird, that. As for grade, we're in the most generic of them all: second year highschool! Neither the youngest, nor the oldest! Country? That one's a secret~ I will say, we're not in Japan, however!

 

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