*After she flung herself out of the car, she stretched her arms, legs, and then her tail, enjoying the free, open space of the coast.*
Ahh, finally. It's just as beautiful as I remember leaving it~! Now, hopefully there are no dragons, and you also might want to watch
out for half - or fully - naked men. When I first got here, I met some guy that was literally wearing nothing but a seashell - it was quite disturbing.
But, let's not worry about that so much. Where should we go first? Or what should we do first?
(Aww. That's alright! There's no need to apologize; I understand. ^^)
Yes, *she nodded,* and I made sure of it by defeating him twice. *Tilting her head to the side, she shifted
her position and neatly crossed her arms, then raised her ears as she wondered,* Hmm. That's very possible
for it to have been a descendant or an imitator, but if he did come back, I don't think he'd be much of a threat,
considering a few special kind of people who are currently living here in Japan... and I'm here, too. Anyway,
maybe we can ask Janus about it when we get home? *Quickly mimicking Rinko, she opened the car's door
and was ready to go.*
Hmm, he didn't necessarily have a name, but he called himself Ninetails, or Kyuubi, although he wasn't a true
nine-tailed kitsune. That form was more or less an illusion. While in said form, he appeared rather god-like, such as
with the red markings, the fur on his shoulders, and a not-so-divine instrument "Ninestrike" on his back. He even controlled
a vile and corrupted version of the Celestial Brush. Hmm, and, uhh... he also wore a white mask.
Why do you ask?
*With a laugh, she remarked,* Then I suppose there are a lot of things you wouldn't give a second thought now, eh?
Like a giant Spider lady with a flower for a rump? Or what about really tiny people, no bigger than an inch? But, err, yeah... don't worry
too much about it. Sure a demon nine-tailed kitsune murdered a priestess and Queen Himiko, and tried to control all of Ryoshima, all after
sending the Water Dragon into a raging rampage... but it's been thousands of years since then, surely things are better now! Anyway, if things
are too bad over there...well, I'd say just turn around, drive and never look back. ...So let's go!
*Shiranui nodded her head,* True, true. *Staring at the denim jeans, she thought aloud,*
I think I've worn something like that before. Hm, well, let's go! Oh and, I don't think we'd
have to worry about the Water Dragon, anyway. I believe the Dragonians are usually peaceful,
granted, if they're around here, still.
(Aww, thank you ^^ I wouldn't mind a glomp, either. It's just that my cat was near death, and probably would've died two days ago,
had we not taken her to the vet. I love her dearly... *sigh* nice birthday gift, eh? xD And thanks, again, by the way. c: )
Maybe if it's still alright, we could check out Ryoshima Coast? Although I hate taking baths, the sea is
pretty nice - when there aren't raging water dragons swimming amok, that is. *Shira was quick to burn
and incinerate Rinko's thong, as she was never very fond of it.* Are you going to need a new pair of, um, underwear?
Oh. I see now. Sorry. That does sound nice...
Alright, maybe I will go back... but I think I'll wait a while, anyway.
*Shira stretched out her arms, and fell onto her side, next to Rinko.*
Okay. I can keep that in mind.
*she held her head low, and her ears fell back as she looked out to the side. After keeping silent while
she contemplated her thoughts, Shiranui turned her head and gazed back at Rinko with a faint sadness
visible in her expression.* Um, yes, unfortunately it does make me quite homesick; and I like you too. Hmm...
If that's the case, then... uh, no. I think. I don't think I'd want him to, at this point. How could I? That'd be
so cruel, to play with one's heart and then just leave afterward.
I couldn't do that, and plus, I like all of you. But I also can't leave my own people to just fend for themselves
against whatever sort of evil being might still be lurking out there, can I? *She took in a deep breath and sighed,*
Oh, love and emotions are so complicated.