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Moka (Inner or Outer) Fanclub
... and that tsukune isn't Moka's complete lapdog (not even Inner's)
and violent? That's just extreme tsundere+ several helpings of jealousy
I feel a sudden urge to write a Tsukune/Inner Moka in the vein of Zero no Tsukaima...
I would actually Read that Radiant
Inner being violently jealous just doesn't have the same effect as say...Shana doing it...
This is why I keep comparing Inner to Kuonji Shinra - they're basically the same except for Shinra's pervertedness. Although...Inner snuggled up with a furry
Goddamit Tempest, what did i tell you about that stuff? *has a pool of blood around my feet now*
and Radiant... that would actually be a fic of yours I could fully enjoy.
and I'd better get off the topic of fics before I start someone about something again.
Well, I wouldn't base the characters completely off their counterparts, I'd just take the storyline and tweak it accordingly to fit the R + V characters as best I can.
Completely off topic so don't mind me.
There's a disturbing trend to these doujinshi...Either Tsukune completely rocks Inner Moka's world, or Tsukune is an idiot ands up being completely drained after 5 hours worth...:jealousy: But Inner booting Kurumu away so she can have Tsukune was ...
Ya lost me, Tempest.
Ah, sorry, that was 'guy speak'. lol
random continuation of a previous short
It has been 7 years since they adopted me into their household - a very weird 7 years. It wasn't long after I first got there that I found out what 'vampire' actually meant. Vampires were monsters that drank blood. Of course, after I put two and two together, I was too timid to be left alone with anyone from the house, let alone Moka. That's the silver-haired girl that I was suppose to keep company. She never did anything to me, but she wasn't the nicest person I had met either. It took a while to even get to the 'friend' stage, something that took longer due to the undercurrents of strife in the family. Two mothers - two daugthers each. I have to admit that I feared for my life at times but Moka always made sure that I was out of harm's way whenever things got too dangerous. I never liked to see her come back to her room and she had bruises and cuts on her pale skin and her eyes seemed so sad despite the defiant glare she shot at me as she walked past, daring me to pity or show sympathy. I could only bow my head as she walked past and slammed the door but I knew that it would be a long time before she fell asleep from crying.
One day, I had enough and I refused to leave when Moka's own blood sister, the eldest among them, got angry at her refusing some mundane request. Being older, she was still stronger than Moka and one slap sent Moka flying away. I threw my arms out, blocking her from advancing on Moka. I had never seen such a cruel smile in my entire life as she flicked her wrist and my head was spinning. I don't know what happened after that, but I woke up in my bed, with Moka sitting next to me. I smiled at her to let her know that I was alright, but just that made my head throb with pain.
"Don't move, you nearly died."
I blinked. "...died?"
Her arms were crossed and she had a severe expression on her face. "Yes." Oh boy, she was mad. "You're lucky that you are so favored by our father, if not for that, my sister would have killed you without a second thought."
Did that little flick really do that much to me? Just what sort of strength do these vampires really have?
Suddenly Moka was at my side, her fists striking the bed matress right beside me. "You fool! Know your place! I did not ask for your help! You're not needed! Don't you EVER do that again!"
Her words hurt me far more than her sister had. I...was not needed? Then..what was I? I turned my head away as I suddenly did realize just what my place was in their world : I was nothing more than a pet. And that realization made me sick to my stomach. "I'm sorry, Moka-sama. I won't do that ever again." My voice sounded so hollow and she must have picked up on it because she raised her head.
"I do not wish to intrude on Moka-sama's time anymore. I'll be fine."
"I'll be fine Moka-sama. I ... I know my place now."
"..." She stood to leave but I didn't know that as she left, she had a pained look on her face. Later that night as I slept, Moka-sama fought her sister one last time, a fight, I found out much later, that took the eye of her elder sister. The next afternoon, I found out that Moka-sama and I would be leaving the house within a week's time. We will be going to the human world. I looked at Moka, who had her same impassable expression on her face, but her eyes were different. She looked...vindicated for some reason. As we walked away, Moka was silent but she had a small smile on her face. I asked her why she was smiling and she just shook her head. "I guess I've been wanting to get out of this place," she stretched her arms above her head. "Too many rules here, I can never be satisfied with just this."
I blinked. Moka-sama wanted to leave this place? What on earth for? I didn't get to finish my thought as Moka stopped and put her hand on my chest.
"Never let others determine your place, Tsukune," she spoke softly. "You'll never be happy with it." She looked up at me. "If you want to find your parents, your real home, you can. I can help you look for them. This is your chance to return back home, Tsukune. You've done enough for me already."
I put my hand over Moka-sama's. "I want my place to be with Moka-sama's, where ever that may be."
She blushed. I can't believe it, Moka-sama blushed. In shock no less. I felt like laughing but it was a good thing I didn't. "You..." For the first time, she looked unsure of herself and that made her look almost...cute? "But you nearly died because of me, don't you hate this life?"
"I ... I hated it more when Moka-sama said that she didn't need me," I replied without thinking. "I don't want to be a pet anymore."
Moka-sama pulled her hand away, her eyes wide. "You...who told you..." She seemed stunned that I dared to say it in front of her. Moka-sama turned her head to the side, her long bangs covering her eyes for a moment. "Idiot," she mumbled. "You tried to defend me from a vampire and you still have a frail human body. I can take her hits far easier than you can." She looked at me again. "I'm not the weak one, you are. I have no choice but to protect you."
"Because I'm a 'pet' human..."
"No!" Her eyes blazed and her fangs were bared as she stepped towards me. "You are not a 'pet'! Not to me! Show me the imbeciles who dare say this trash about you!"
I looked at her, stunned. Even though I was a little bigger than her, I was cowering. She looked so frightening with her small fists shaking like that.
She closed her eyes and let out a breath, and so did I. "Oh whatever. We're leaving soon anyway. There's no point to this." She turned around and continued towards her room, leaving me in the corner. "Come on Tsukune, we have a lot to pack." She looked over her shoulder and gave me a smile - a real, excited smile. This was something new for her and she was eager to set out on her new journey. I'm just glad that I get to go along with her - She may be a vampire, but she's the most important person in my life right now. I don't want to leave her. Ever.
Another hell of a fic, Tempest... how do you do it???
Also, I personally found volumes 1 and three of the doujins to be good. Didn't like the second at all in that series (mostly because I can't stand tentacles)
I'd also bug you about something now, but I'll save it for another day
Very Nice Tempest! You're a Genius!
Che, I'm just writing it as it comes to mind...
That and I wanted a good reason why Moka had to leave the house. Taking her sister's eye because she nearly killed Tsukune seems viable...
This is a 'around-about' experiment on Moka making Tsukune a 'familiar'. No rosary for this story though *can hear the cheers*.
Question though: everyone understood the 'real' reason why Moka yelled at Tsukune after he got hurt, right?
I'm assuming tis cause of Moka liking him?
I could be wrong though
I didn't know if I worded it correctly enough so people could understand it....heh
Awwwww, Moka. You're so cute when you care about someone and you don't know how to express it.
And hey, I'm all for Inner Moka/Tsukune. If I ever get around to that Zero no Tsukaima fic, it'll be strictly Inner Moka.
Inner Moka is the only way it could work, radiant... Outer is all dere-dere (I think that's the term), but Inner of course is tsundere, much like Louise
And besides Tempest, you're using one of the oldest tricks in the book with Moka
Well, that depends seeing as in my fic Tsukune is the summoner and Inner Moka is the familiar...
Um, I have a question (maybe stupid, I don't know). In my fic, I'm currently toying with the idea of Tsukune giving Moka a ribbon (Black?) to keep her hair tied back. The main focus of it is when, in the last few chapters, Moka leaves to fight the army and gives the ribbon to Kurumu after she takes Tsukune to safety, asking her to return it to Tsukune so that he may keep it in her memory.
Stupid? Yes? No?
Sad feelings to it, yes, but stupid, hell no. I'd say for for it, personally
And Tsukune summoner and Inner familiar? Okay, even I don't know how that would work. Depends on which personality types you're giving them
Well, in a nutshell:
Tsukune - He's actually a very nice guy, for a noble. He treats Moka kindly, though at first she's very cold and anti-social towards him. He is skilled at magic and is especially good at healing and hates fighting or killing people (hence, he's good at "white" magic like healing and restoration).
Moka - Not to happy about being a familiar ("slave", in her terms) but she accepts it as something she must do until the Headmaster can find a way to open a portal and send her back. At first she's very cold and nasty towards Tsukune, but gradually in time she warms up to him, though she disagrees with his thoughts of killing and fighting. Her favorite possession is a black ribbon that she ties her hair back with, a gift from Tsukune. When not wearing it in her hair, she has a habit of tying it to her wrist.
Ah... so basically, it would be as if Saito were the summoner and Louise the familiar? Yes, your story could definitely work
I'd actually like to see it, if you ever crank it out
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