Previous Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/29297886/Character List: http://pastebin.com/0H7G71mhTwitter: https://twitter.com/DeadCruiserQMYou are Kawakami Suzaku, banchou of the Rolling Thunder Tribe biker gang and kingpin of Yamaguchi High School. You have just accepted the challenge of Matsuzaki Ryotaro to a motorcycle duel two days from now.The crowd that gathered around you dispersed after Matsuzaki vanished back downstairs. Feeling a bit pumped, you stride over to your usual spot on the rooftop and tear into your bento with vigor. Your few underlings gather around you, all staring at you in a a mix of awe and disbelief. Even Miura, your calculating second-in-command, is at a loss for words.Maybe this is an issue that needs to be addressed.>Ask what their problem is>Explain yourself>"Take a picture, it'll last longer">Ignore them
>>29441195>Ask what their problem isIt's not like it's a big deal. It's just a small joust.
>>29441195>Ask what their problem is
>>29441195Fuck yeah! I've been suffering from a severe lack of Banchou.
>>29441195yesss I've waited all week for this>Ask what their problem is
>Ask what their problem is
"Got a problem?"Most of them avert their gaze, but Miura pipes up, "That was really something, Kawakami.""Hah?""This guy is crafty as hell, as you can probably tell. You're walking right into a trap."You can't eat and argue at once, so you set your bento down. "What's there to walk into? Look, if I beat the kid, life goes on as normal. I lose, I knock him on his ass the next day to make up for it. You guys wouldn't jump over to his side over one stupid duel, right?" Your underlings shake their heads. "See? Not even the biggest deal.""I'm glad you're so confident." Miura says, and starts to eat his own lunch. You finish your meal and put away your bento. There's some time left in the lunch period, so you can get some shit done while you have a moment.>Visit Hayashi>Check up on your gang>Stop by the dojo>Other
I propose we remove the kickstand from our bike.Let's bliss a member of the band with the sacred duty of holding our love when we're not on it. He'll be nicknamed kickstand, of course
>>29441727>Stop by the dojoIt might turn out to be useful.
>>29441727>Stop by the dojoDo Japanese got any jousting techniques?
>>29441795I think they don't. I mean, their armor was made of bamboo and their horses were pony-tier.
>>29442080Then we need a shield.Wait shit, we need one hand on the bike. Ok.No shields. What we need is a long ass stick. Like Miyamoto Mushashi. Then spear the fuckers farther than his sword.We win...or stand a higher chance of winning.
>>29441795IIRC Samurai on horseback were foremost cavalry archers, hence those crazy as fuck longbows that can be used on horseback. I don't really think Jousting in itself was that popular in Asia.
>>29442198Couldn't we stap a shield to our forearm, or even the bike itself?We don't actually need to be *holding* onto a shield to use it.
>>29442198>Wait shit, we need one hand on the bike.Well, we don't if we remove the return spring on the carburator, but it would drastically reduce our chances of being in the saddle afterwards
Stopping by the dojo would be productive. Maybe there you could meet someone to give you a few tips and tricks for the upcoming joust. You make your way down to the dojo where the school's Kendo Club practices, and find it empty. You decide to wait for a bit to see if anybody will show up, and relax against the wall.A few of your underlings joined you in waiting, and eventually ask what you're doing there."Gonna see if I can't learn a little kendo. Might come in handy for the joust."You're not waiting for long, before the kendo captain, Abe Yukihiro, shows up in the dojo. Probably looking to get some practice in, or maybe just to get some peace and quiet. He's a pretty tempermental guy. He spots you, and then turns on his heel to leave."Hold up, Abe." You call out to him.He sighs and his shoulders sink before he turns around to face you. "Kawakami-san... To what do I owe this... pleasant... visit?""It so happens that I've found myself in something of a competition involving kendo. I was hoping you could give me a few pointers beforehand."He seems initially confused, but not unwilling. "...Really now? Well, I guess that's not out of the question, but the fact of that matter is that the kendo club has a bit of a grudge against your gang, and I can't ignore that for the sake of my club's honor.">Tell him to suck it up>Threaten him>Offer a compromise>Grude over what?
>>29442395>Grudge over what?
>>29442395>Offer a Compromise.We may have had troubles in the past, but if they're willing to do us a favor, scratch our back as it were, we'll do the same. On our honor as a Banchou.
>>29442395>>Grudge over what?Don't ask him, he might get upset we don't remember his petty feud. Can't we remember?>>Offer a compromise
>>29442395>>Grudge over what?
>>29442395Well, how about we apologize and all my Nakama will join your club. The could use a lesson in honour. I'm sure with more members your club could gain some reputation?
Rather than practicing traditional Kendo, which will prove a *lot* less effective when trying to joust, should we practice hitting things while on a bike?
>>29442579>This postIt's begun
"Right, a grudge. Now, remind me what the deal with that was?"Abe sighs again. "Doesn't surprise me that you don't know. It was the beginning of this year's term. Your happy band of assholes decided to pick a fight with some of my club members the night before the citywide tournement. We got knocked out in the second round.""Now that doesn't sound like it was exclusively our fault.""It probably wasn't, but objectivity is a commodity. If you come asking me for help, I can't offer it for free.""So you want something from me? That's fair I guess.""I have a task in mind. Should fit the skillset of you and your... assosiates perfectly.""Oh?""You know Sakamoto High, the next district over?""Sure.""Their kendo club is our fiercest rival. If you guys perhaps trashed their dojo, I could overlook the enimity between your gang and my club.""Seems like a lot of work for a little effort on your part.""Well, look at it this way. The Rolling Thunder Tribe will be welcome in the kendo club again, and that can't hurt the condition of your underlings, or your sway over the school.""I guess it can't."Does this sound reasonable?>Accept offer>Reject off>Suggest additional terms
>>29442875>Accept offer.But you must train my underlings like they were your own pupils. Because they will be. Yeah.
>>29442875I don't know if our underlings might train.But they fight. They know the advantage of training and technique.
>>29442875Bah, I still think we should train to fight on a bike instead. Traditional kendo forms are of dubious value; they require you to anchor yourself to the ground, and take stances you can't preform on a bike.
Looking back to your underlings with you, they don't seem to take any issue with a chance to break in and trash a rival school."Hm. I guess we can manage that much."Abe seems satisfied. "Alright then. So what was it that you wanted help with? You mentioned getting yourself into a kendo competition?""Sort of. I have to use a shinai, which is a bit lighter than what I'm used to hefting around. I was thinking that I might end up swinging it too hard and send it flying out of my hand. Would you mind showing me how to handle one?""I can manage that, for sure.""When's the soonest you're free.""Tomorrow. If you can take it to the Sakamoto club tonight.""Consider it done.""We'll see if you're a man of your word. I'll keep my ear to the ground. If I hear what I want to hear, you can meet me here at ten in the morning tomorrow. Come dressed to sweat.""Alright."Now your gang has something to look forward to in addition to your upcoming duel. The lunch period is ending pretty soon. You could make it back to class on time if you left now.>Hurry back>What's the rush?>Skip afternoon classes>Other business to attend to
>>29443531>Hurry backBecause class is important.
>>29443531>Skip afternoon classesBecause we have better fucking things to do then study like some kind of nerd.>Practice Bike Jousting.
>>29443677>some kind of nerd>not wanting to finish buisiness class to be a high end corporate yakuza
>>29443753It's strange, you would think in a quest called Bosozoku Quest, and we're a bancho, you'd expect us to act like a delinquent, instead of a generic student.
Returning to class would be your best idea. Especially with Shinohara threatening to fail you. If you're going to graduate high school, you're going to need to spend as little time cutting class as possible.You high-tail it back, and your teacher looks surprised by your punctual return, though not displeased. You make an effort to pay attention in class for the remainder of the day. Your attempt is mildly successful, but you zone out a few times. The day is over before you know it, and you find yourself walking toward the gang's garage. You won't want to attack Sakamoto High School until after dark. You also owe your mother an explaination about what you were up to the previous night, but she won't be home from work for a few hours yet. Looks like you have some free time on your hands.>What will you do?
>>29444113>Practice Bike Jousting.
>>29444113>>Practice Bike Jousting.
>>29444113Reaffirm that we're amazing at Bike Jousting.
>>29444580Have we bike jousted before?
You decide to practice a bit for the coming joust. When you make it to the garage, you meet up with a few of your underlings that skipped class to come there. You tell them to spread the word to meet up at the garage at eight. You wheel out your bike, and find that it was given a good coat of wax, just as you ordered that morning.You fire up your bike and thunder it down the street, bringing a few lackeys with you. You tell one of them to get up on a bike, and take a swing at you as you ride past each other. He seems hesistant, but tightens the straps on his helmet and agrees to help.>Roll 1d10. 7 or higher is a hit for you, 3 or lower is a hit for your opponent.
>>29444697>You block him so hard his bike explodes!
>>29444697We are a bike jousting GOD!
You ready your metal bokken, a much heavier instrument than what you'll be using in the joust proper, but it's roughly the same length. Your "opponent" has a wooden plank, about the same length. You ride down the street and ready yourself to attack, and your sparring partner does likewise. After a moment of watching each other, you both ride toward each other, weapons raised.With a single, swift swing, you strike your "opponent" in the chest, moving before they can come close enough to swing, taking advantage of your longer reach. Your lackey is sent off of his bike, which then rides away without him for a few feet. You stop your bike to help up your winded lackey, who then staggers off to collect his bike. It seems that you're more prepared for this sort of thing than you thought, since it's pretty much the same as fighting another biker, which you have plenty of experience doing.>+1 preparedness for the duelThere's still some time left before you would want to ride home (if that's what you're doing), so you could get a few more practice jousts in, or you could take care of something else.>What will you do?
>>29445463I say we split our time between bike jousting and studying. I'm not saying we should aim for Toudai, but graduating would be nice.
>>29445463Is it dark? Time to take care of buisiness.
>>29445463Trash the dojo in Sakamoto high. Might as well get it out of the way. Then do some study.
>>29445539In the future, we should find a nerd being bullied, in exchange for helping us study, we make sure he isn't picked on by anyone and help him improve his image. We don't turn him into a gopher or bully him in any way, since that might lead him to sabotage us, and later he might become a business contact when/if he becomes successful. Keep it real amicable.
You look up at the sky. It's about three. Your mother won't be home for another hour or so, and sunset is still about three hours off. Even so, you'll want night to settle in before you go off and run that errand for Abe. In the mean time, you decide to go a few more rounds of jousting practice with your boys."Alright, come on, let's go a few more rounds."They don't look very eager to do so, and glance between each other nervously. No one says anything."Come on, you pussies. Whoever goes the most rounds with me, I'll set up with a nice Black Cat girl, huh?"This doesn't seem to motivate them any more, but one of them resigns himself to it, and dons the helmet passed to him. He wraps another layer of sarashi around himself, buttons his shirt back up, and gets ready to be your living practice target.>Same rules as last time, every roll is a new round
Rolled 8>>29445825Attack!Also, ask what his name is to find him a girl later.
Rolled 5>>29445825We shall become the Legendary Bike Jouster!
You spend the better part of an hour practicing, and better learn to hit a moving target while you yourself are moving, It's tricky, but you believe you're getting the hang of it. You get in a couple of hits, and you're able to parry a hit well enough when one of your sparring partners tries to take a swing at you. All in all, you feel like it's time well spent.>+2 preparedness for duelOnce again helping the lackey up off of his ass, you ask him his name, so you can properly repay him later."Ueda... Kira..." he manages to mutter.You have your other underlings haul him back to the garage, and you follow suit. You put your bike away and decide to head home. Maybe you can get some bookwork done, you figure. Still a lot of time to burn until the raid on Sakamoto.Your apartment is a short walk from the garage, and your mother is already home when you get there."Ah, Suzu-chan, you're home. That's a surprise.You're all dirty, though, what were you out doing? And don't think I forgot about last night, you still owe me an explanation.">Put it off>Be honest>Be almost honest>Lie about it
>>29445463That last part is exactly why I suggested the joust.Also: Boooosooozoookuuuuu Quuuessst! Been waiting all week for this. Catching up now.
>>29446760Be almost honest.Also, bike jousting god go!
Rolled 6>>29446760>Be almost honest
Bumping for DC.
((We alive up in here?))
>>29448846Waiting on you it seems. Might b a bit of a slow night.
>>29448846Yes? Waiting on your post?
((Whoopsie-daisy There was more activity here than I thought there was. Imma writin'!))
>>29448846I thought you left, honestly.
>>29449006((Jesus, sensei, get it together!))
You'll let her know enough, but not enough to worry her. You don't need to give the woman a heart attack, she has enough on her plate."Last night was... well, all we did was we rode out on our bikes, you know, me and the boys, and we drove around town a bit. Caused a little trouble, you know how we are. And then, later, we picked up some girls, hit up the karaoke and had a good time. Just fun, that's all. And that's what I was doing up until now, right?"She stares at you with tired eyes, her wiry arms crossed over her thin frame. You swear she needs to eat more, the poor woman is going to waste away. Eventually her gaze relents and she sighs."I guess that's the most I'll get out of you. Not like you'd tell me if you were getting into anything serious." You sigh a bit, half out of relief and half out of guilt. She knows you better than you think she does, it seems. "If you're home now, what are you going to do? I doubt you rode back home just to see me.""Well, I figured I'd study a bit."She looks astounded. "My Suzu-chan... studies?"You rub your head, somewhat embarrassed. "Well, you know. I thought it'd be nice if I graduated high school, right?""Uh, fine. Please do. I have another shift in three hours, so I'll make us a light dinner. Let me know if you want some tea or something.""Thanks, Sayacchan." You say, and give her a kiss on the cheek.After rummaging through piles of magazines, you find your schoolbooks. What do you study?>Math>History>Japanese
>>29449398>HistoryThere are some badass people in history, maybe it won't be as boring as the other subjects.
>>29449398"Hey, Oka-san... if I decided to pick up a trade, instead of going to university... you wouldn't mind, right?"
>>29449398>HistoryLook to our fore bearers for wisdom
>>29449398History, and I support askig her opinion on trades.
>>29449398>Math. Unless we convince a smarter student to work for our gang we are going to need to learn how to work with money soon enough.Otherwise, History.
>>29449398>HistoryThe really bloody warfare shit. Three Kingdoms, Sengoku Jidai, Warring States period, that kinda thing.Might as well read something that has a chance of holding our attention, we need to actually get the hang of studying, so we might as well start off easy.
Time to dig into the ol' history book. The spine cracks when you open it. You're clearly not the study type. You lay on your futon as you attempt to look through it. You have no clue where the class is right now, so you just start from the beginning, which is apparently the Meiji Restoration. You find the book to be pretty dry, and the Kanji are surprisingly difficult, but you keep trucking through it. You've been in knock-down, drag-out brawls; a little serious reading isn't going to give you pause.Eventually your mother comes in with a cup of tea for you. "I smell burning hair.""Very funny." You look up from your book, as something important has crossed your mind. "You got a minute to talk?""Of course. But I have something on the stove, come out for a second."You follow your mother out, explaining your thoughts. "I was just thinking that university probably isn't what I want to be doing. I mean, I'm already pretty far behind for entrance exams, and to be honest, school isn't quite my style. So I was thinking, maybe I could go to trade school, learn a skill."Without even looking at you, she says, "As long as you can support yourself by means within the law, I don't care what you do. University is nice, but it's not for everyone. If you can find something that makes you happy, I'll be just as happy. Just don't end up in jail, and don't go knocking up some poor girl before you're married." You can feel bitter experience in her words.>What will you do?
>>29450208"You regret having me, then?"
>>29450208Maybe look into mechanics or something? Maybe we could look into running an auto-shop or something.>>29450259Don't be crass to your mom, dude.
>>29450208I'll make you proud Sayacchan
>>29450208"I know I know, don't go thinking I'm anything like that old bastard. I've got enough problems without dragging some poor girl along with me."
>>29450208Thank her for the tea and keep studying. There are some things you don't want to know about.
>>29450208Hug the woman, as she puts up with you, and check the time. If you have some, study some more, otherwise eat and run.
>>29450208>What will you do?Not knock up some young girl.
Wait for mom to go to work, then go for a ride to think.
You hug your mother from behind as she's cooking the dinner. She flinches at first from the sudden contact, but then relaxes and pats your thick arm. Every once in a while you get a glimpse of how difficult it is to live with you. The worst must be the fact that you're the spitting image of your father. You've never seen the man, but judging by your mother's frail form and your short, pudgy grandfather that you've met twice, you couldn't look like anybody else. You've heard the story enough; your father was a Yakuza that she got involved with while in nursing school, and he ran off while she was pregnant. Living with a living, breathing facsimile of the worst mistake of her life must be hard enough for you mother, without you making all of these rough life choices.You read through your history book at the kotatsu for a little while as you drink your tea. Your mother soon finishes making the dinner, and the two of you eat while making small-talk about her day. Eventually she has to leave for work, and you watch her fleeting form as she goes down the street to catch the seven PM bus.Time for you to get rolling over to the garage, you figure. You walk over at a brisk pace, and find a few early-birds. Foremost is Miura, who gives you his signature "I'm sort of pissed because you didn't keep me in the loop" look."What's the story, Kawakami?">Fill him in>Keep it vague>Put off the explanation>Deflect attention>Other
>>29450672>Fill him inStay honest with our crew.
>>29450672>Fill him in.Why not?
>>29450672>keep it vagueI'm mending a couple o bridges with the kendo club, we get the done right we may just have nice little hideout in school
>>29450774This, but include thefact you are hitting a rival school. Onanother note, does anyone else hear a kabuki actor in their head when you think the title of this quest?
"Story is, I need a few guys to ride over to Sakamoto with me.""What for?""We're gonna trash their dojo?"Miura looks a somewhat aggravated shade of confused. "Any... specific reason we're doing this? I can't remember if we have any grudges against Sakamoto... or their dojo.""I'm working on a favor, here.""For who?""Abe, the kendo club captain.""Is this about that duel on Sunday?""More or less."Miura rubs his temples like a tired parent. "Figures. Do what you must, I guess. I won't stop you." He walks back into the garage to attend to his bike.You do likewise until a good about of the gang shows up. You give the order to mount up, but you're not in any rush to ride out.>Give detailed orders>Invigorating speech>Wing it
>>29451137>Invigorating speechGet them pumped for random violence. It'll be fun!
>>29451137"All right! A man must make allies where possible, and we're going to have the whole Kendo club on our side! All we have to do is trash a rival dojo, and our control of [insert name here] High will be stronger than it's ever been! Who's with me!?"
>>29451137Speech. Als, gotta talk to our number two after this. See whats up with him.
>>29451137>Detailed orders>Invigorating speechGet the crew pumped up and ready, but let them know we're just trashing the place and aiming for two or three senior members. Don't go picking on freshmen, but keep them scared
"Alright boys, we're gonna got let off a little steam. We're riding over to Sakamoto High, and we're giving their dojo a good thrashing. Collateral damage is on you if you get caught, we're focusing on the dojo. No fires, and if you find anybody, leave 'em healthy enough to tell the tale. Alrighty? Masks on, let's ride."You tie a bandanna around the lower half of your face and ride off into the night, the headlights of you and your gang lighting up the streets. Like a thunderstorm, you form a collection of noise and brief flashes of brilliance in the darkness. In the distance, you hear other thundering cries throughout the city. Other biker gangs going about their nightly rounds, you're sure. Brothers in steel and blood. Your long banchou coat flaps behind you like a banner as you tear through the streets, banking low enough to catch your pants on the road.Sakamoto High is easy enough to reach. You and your crew of disguised thugs punch straight through the main gate on your bikes, and tear around until you reach the dojo building. One of your underlings breaks the lock with a crowbar, and the rest of you pour into the darkened room. You ready your bokken, prepared to do some serious damage.>Roll 1d20. Total score across all rolls is accumulated damage dealt.
Rolled 15>>29451713Acquire chilli oil and other pungent things that'll soak into the tatami and walls and leave the place smelling like the dumpster behind a sushi shop after closing time.
Rolled 17>>29451713Time to break everything!
Rolled 6>>29451713Nice and easy
Rolled 10Rollan for damage
Rolled 18>>29451713Let's do this!
>>29451713Pull up the tatami, drag it somewhere it's not going to catch anything else, and then set it on fire. Should take their club funds for the whole year to replace it, and render them incapable of competition because no yen.
Rolled 16>>29452078Forgot my roll
>>29450672>>Fill him inHe's our calculating second-in-command, after all. It's best to do that.
Your boots loudly hitting the wooden floor can barely be heard over the cacophony of destruction. The tatami mats are ripped up, the wood paneling and floors are smashed, and the windows are shattered. Further away, you can hear the lockers being dented in. It seems a few of the boys have made a game out of breaking the shinai against each other. Joining in on the fun, you line up a few of the Men helmets and swing at each of them with your bokken like they were watermelons. They shatter easily against the sudden impact of your metal implement, and piece of them go flying everywhere. Next to the boys tearing holes in the paper screens, one intrepid fellow has spray-painted your Tribe's callsign onto the wall. You smile a bit under your mask. This senseless destruction is something very familiar to you; as nostalgic as Children's Day.You see flashlights outside, and hear more footsteps than you were accounting for. You call to the boys to drop whatever they're doing and ride out. You're one of the first out, and first on your bike. The rest take longer, and by that time, your assailants are on you. Whoever they are, they don't have anything other than flashlights with them, so they're easy enough to deck as you ride off. However, as you tear back down the street to your garage, you hear sirens in the distance. Uh oh, this could get a little messy.>Roll 1d100 to evade the police. Lower roll is a cleaner escape.
Rolled 20>>29451713Leave nothing untouched.
Rolled 55>>29452241Haul ass!
Rolled 40>>29452241"Rolling Thunder Tribe, away!"
Rolled 12>>29452241How many rolls?
Rolled 23>>29452241I hope we get away clean.
((That's enough rolls, I'm averaging them))
Rolled 29>>29452318>>29452315>>29452314>>29452306>>29452292Hah hah hah... I pity our mother.
>Average roll: 38 (rounded)You ride fast and hard, as you always do when trying to outrun the cops. You can hear the sirens, and notice that they're trying to circle around you, so you cut hard to the side to avoid their noose. However, some of your underlings are too slow to follow suit, and go skidding off of their bikes. A couple manage to get back on and ride away, but a few can't get away before the heat is upon them. You curse under your breath. You really didn't want to lose anyone on this stint; it was just supposed to be a quick thing. You shake your head and focus again on getting back to the garage. You lost three people to the cops at most. They'll get questioned, lie their asses off, and then get released with a warning. That would be the best case scenario. You can't imagine that they'd give up any names or addresses so you're more concerned for their well-being than anyone else's, including your own.You make it back to the garage, and the sirens have mostly faded by now. You and what's left of your crew are all worn out and sweating. That was a little too close. Miura emerges from the garage, looking pissed off and too aware that you came back with fewer people than you set out with. He doesn't say anything, but his gaze says a lot.>What do you do?
>>29452757Praise the boys. They did a good job, even though you lost some members.
Rolled 27>>29452757We need to talk to him in private. Clearly he thiks we are keeping him out of the loop. He is still our number two, and we gotta remnd him that we give a shit about his opinions.
>>29452757Praise them. Play it cool with Miura. If he gives us shit, we can calmly respond that anyone who was involved knew the risks but they came anyway, and it's part of the job description in being a biker.DC, how corruptible are the cops here? Fear and corruption is how gangs avoid prosecution.
>>29452757>>29452854Yeah, this in addition to what I said in: >>29452866
"Good work out there, boys. Head home and get some rest, you earned it. Lay low for the next week or so; don't go wearing your gang jackets around."They park their bikes, wave goodbye and go on their merry ways. Meanwhile, you grab hold of Miura and lead him into the garage to have a chat."We need to talk.""Yeah, we do." He sounds just as pissed as he looks. "Since when are you Abe's errand boy?""Look, it was an equal exchange here. I did him a favor, and he did me one?""I hope whatever favor you earned was worth us losing two of our guys.""Look, it's not like they're dead. I bet they'll be riding with us again by next week. And anyway, it wasn't just for me. The whole gang benefits from it.""How so?""Look, I got us square with the kendo club. So now our boys can join it just fine, and we can tap them for favors now and then."Miura seems somewhat satisfied, but not totally. "Look, just run these things by me, huh? This was a pretty shitty surprise.""Yeah, yeah, I got you." You slap him on the back. "You sound like a whiny girlfriend, damn.""Ah, fuck you." Looks like Miura's back to his usual self."I gotta run. I'll see you tomorrow or something. Find me in the dojo if you want a workout, huh?""See you later, Kawakami-dono."You flip him off and head back home. You've got training with Abe tomorrow, and you don't want to be late.((That'll do it for tonight guys! Thanks for playing and I'll see you sometime soon! Keep an eye on the twitter!))
>>29453145Yessir! Ja ne, Karusah-sama.
>>29453145What about the ending theme?Do we have an opening theme?How corruptible are the cops in the area?
Rolled 50>>29453145Short but pleasing session.Archival anone?
>>29453145Good night Karusah-Aniki
>>29453212Nearly forgot!The ending theme! Roll credits! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4spkG8LizyEDon't think we could get a decent OP, plus the ending is different each time.This is Tokyo, the cops are the much the same as in any metropolitan area. Though the only way we're slipping by is by playing the "we're just rascally kids" card. The Yakuza carries all of the actual weight with threats and terror, and we are very much not the Yakuza.
>>29453336You have good taste OP.
>>29453647Any hints for what is gnna happen next session?
>>29453647Do we know what Miura's grades are? We could have him tutor us. It'd be less embarrassing than finding an outsider student to do that.
>>29453904Beats me! I'll have to come up with something, I guess. I'm reigning in the outlandish, Jojo-esque plot I had initially planned, so I need more material to work on.>>29453956Not great, he's a delinquent like us for the most part. He just doesn't have to worry about his grades to pass.
Rolled 23>>29454050Hehehe. Pllan Jojo tye story. /tg/ decides we want to be somewhat responsible delinquents.I still see interesting things. Would be cool to hunt down that bastard of a father.
>>29454547Personally, I'd like to see our MC take Shinohara as an opponent challenging us to pass or fail. Part worry about our future/mother, partly a matter of pride not to lose to him. I think it's a nice justification for him to take school seriously at the last minute.
>>29454050Well since our father was probably a low end failing Yakuza we should try to follow in his footsteps but better but also try to make our mother proud. Attend the classes and kendo regularly and convince our crew to take up kendo aswell. Become the badass gangster with decent grades that we always knew we would be.
>>29454848Wouldn't Yakuza be like, the worst-case scenario for her, since we already get in trouble and resemble him? She told us to stay out of jail, at least. Not saying we quit being a delinquent right now, of course. But I really don't think she'd be proud of that.
>>29454907Passing school and being a "legitimate buisiness owner" would make our mother proud wouldn't it? Go all Johny Dangerously on her.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjvTy2u9qxE Maybe this is a bit too 80s, but what about this?>>29455140Perhaps. I think she'd take our life if we actually went and joined the Yakuza or got in jail, though.
Rolled 56>>29455270"Thanls for picking me up mom. What are hou doing with that knife and taser?"
>>29455396Pretty much. From the way she behaves towards her son, I feel a bit bad for him. And it's all because of his dad. Following his footsteps would really be the last thing she'd want.
When does OP run?
>>29458539Well, he ran on Sunday, Wednesday and this Saturday.
>>29458539Whenever I can round up people, and I'm free.Let me know what are good times for you guys; tweet at me or something. Excluding circumstances outside of my control, I'm pretty much free whenever.
>>29461622I am too, sort of. It's more a matter of you being on IRC/Twitter to alert people in advance. Even a few hours help. And a consistent schedule.Though if you run X days in a row, or bidaily in a row and then mention you won't run until say, next Monday, that works too.
>>29461622Nigga you should run
Not today, then?
>>29464272Yeah, I was pretty busy today. I'll try to run twice a week or so. I'll keep you guys in the loop, I promise.