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Moka (Inner or Outer) Fanclub
@ Radiant - Karua doesn't look that much older than Inner but Inner has always had a more 'mature' appearance so putting her at near the same age or one year more is okay. Remember, they're from different mothers.
I can now honestly say that I dislike it when an idea truly lodges itself in my brain, and then forces me to write- you can't stop until it's all out. This is essentially the rough draft, but part two of my "Trails" idea
“So Karua, I assume you’re currently on vacation?”
The scene before Tsukune was almost hard to believe. Only hours ago had he been forced to mentally prepare himself for whatever verdict Moka’s father would give about his relationship with her. Now, it was if that preparation was never needed. The powerful vampire that could strike fear into almost any creature had been replaced by a man that was simply carrying on a relaxed conversation with one of his daughters. In fact, of the nine people now sitting at a large banquet table inside a large room of the western-style mansion, Tsukune seemed to be the tensest. Even Moka herself was a bit relaxed, despite not being sealed away either.
Looking around, Tsukune was surprised the mood could be like this. In two days, his fate would be determined, of whether he could earn Moka’s parent’s blessing, or if ill fortunate would strike and he would not only fail the trials, but also lose his life in the process. Yet here, the four vampire sisters, their father, his three wives, and Tsukune himself were all sitting together. One might mistake this for a simple family gathering of a celebration. Tsukune could only hope it would turn into a celebration after two days.
“So tell me, Aono-san, how do you like my humble home?”
Tsukune was nearly caught off-guard by that question, but managed to catch himself before he could do anything stupid to change the already low opinion of Moka’s family towards him. Apparently, Karua had given some sort of satisfactory answer, and Moka’s father was directing his attention on Tsukune. None of the others seemed to notice; Moka barely gave any sign herself. Her father also had a smile which could be mistaken for being friendly; Tsukune suspected that there was unimaginable danger hidden behind it.
“I think… well, I think it’s most comfortable, sir.”
“Do you look forward to possibly making it a place that’s welcome to you permanently?”
Tsukune wondered what kind of game was being played. There appeared to be no hostility hidden behind those words, despite the phrasing. “I do, sir.”
“Well then, I will bid you luck in the upcoming days, Aono-san… no, I think I like Tsukune-kun just a bit more.”
What was going on here? Was her father testing him? As these thoughts rumbled through his head, he her Moka’s father say, “What’s wrong, Tsukune-kun? Don’t be so tense. After all, the entire family is together, and isn’t that usually a joyous occasion in the human world?”
“Er… yes, it is, sir.” He then felt a hand upon his shoulder, and saw that it was Moka’s. She was giving him a look that said, just stay calm, and everything will be alright. But would things really be alright?
Moka herself was merely just extremely good at masking her emotions. She knew that undoubtedly, she’d be sealed away to her Outer form, one who could do nothing about the trials. At least when she was at full strength, she could try to do something, no matter how little.
Also, she knew that the current time left in the day was precious, since she didn’t know if there would be any time for them to be together after the trials. She believed in Tsukune, but belief wasn’t always reality. She might never get the chance to be with him, the man she loved, ever again, and thus wanted to spend as much time as she could with him before he underwent the tests.
As the idle chat continued amongst the others, the meal was eventually brought out by a few servants that were part of the household. Tsukune, meanwhile, had resolved to enjoy this atmosphere while he could. Undoubtedly, Moka’s father would become the mighty vampire persona again, and he could only hope he had the strength to survive whatever would come his way. So, as a few questions and other comments (not all pleasant, either) came to him, Tsukune allowed himself to relax and enjoy the company, one that would no doubt turn hostile again soon enough.
Oo, very nice Magin.
I'm afraid I haven't read the first part of this, but you definitely captured my attention already. I look forward to more of it.
My brower's settings have it on the middle of page 12, so try that
heh... anyone else think that we have some frequent posting miles here? (or at least myself, Tempest and radiant)
Haha, nice set-up, Magin. Poor Tsukune has no idea what he's in for, does he?
@Kipp: You might not wanna read my first R + V fanfic. It's kinda dark.
Anyway, my story idea:
In a world ruled by humans, vampires are on the brink of extinction. Moka's father, one of the leading vampires, decides to start a project: injecting vampire's blood into humans to transform them into vampires. He does this on Tsukune, then leaves him in the care of his daughter, Moka. Needless to say, Moka is not pleased, especially when she learns that her blood was what transformed Tsukune.
Karua and Kokoa keep an eye on the pair, but Karua has secrets of her own; and she certainly doesn't approve of what her father's doing...
That's it, in a nutshell.
Heh, heh, that can turn dark real quick, but in a good way. And your first one wasn't THAT dark either...
*waves hand* ... >< ouch...still hurts
And yeah, this is the Moka Fanfiction Fanclub...
And darn it Kipp, that avy of yours - using one of Inner's extremely cute facial expressions.
Even though that's the scene where she says that Tsukune leaving back to human world wouldn't make her sad at all... Oh Moka, looking that cute while crushing a man's heart...
@Magin: Thanks for the page listing. I just read it, and liked it just as much. I'm curious as to what these tests are going to be for poor Tsukune.
@Radiant: While I was on page 12 reading Magin's story, I came across your Sanctuary story as well. I enjoyed reading it, and liked how you broke down each girl and described their position in the group, and showed how their bonding during the course of time spent together has brought them together as a whole. As for your first story, I'd love to read it.
@Tempest: Oh I know! Showing a face like that despite the cold things she says. Silly Moka.
Hence the term tsundere... we know she may say cold things, but deep down, she doesn't really mean them. She don't want to admit (yet) that she's got it for tsukune
@Kipp: Oh jeez, so then you haven't found War of the Worlds yet, have you?
Well, okay, your choice...
But for the record, you've been warned.
Strangely though, I do like how the anime portrays Inner Moka with more tsundere goodness. It's not as in-depth as the manga's portrayal, but it is more obvious...
That and the finger flick from first season still has me in its thrall.
Must have missed that...
Very last episode, after Tsukune goes Vamp for all of three seconds (and does absolutely nothing but catch her, as my avy depicts)
Oooohhhh... haven't watched that ep in awhile...
Any thoughts on my story idea?
Your story idea could be very interesting... how should I out it...
the injection part sounds like the manga, but since that was willing, and your story idea isn't, there would be some huge contrasts. I for one would like to see how it turns out
@Radiant: Aw, your story was sad! Poor Tsukune. D: I'm a sucker for dark stories though, so I liked it.
I really loved this particular line you had in it: "What countless battles and monsters couldn’t do, the death of a single human has." It really puts into perspective just how important Tsukune was to Moka, and I loved it!
As for your new story idea, I think it sounds great. I can only imagine the interactions between Tsukune and Moka with that setting, and I look forward to reading it.
There's only two dark stories that I like: Phantom of the Opera and Jekyll and Hyde. Radiant's story, though well-written, is not something that I could ever read again myself. heck, it's because of those stories that I created... wait, that's going off on a tangent again
@Kipp: Thank you.
Though I was writing from Kurumu's POV I wanted to touch on all the characters in some way, and I like to think I did.
And my story idea... oh, I'm going to have
much fun with it...
... And when I say that, Magin starts worrying...
... the general rule of thumb is, when anyof us writers say we're going to have fun with an idea is when everyone else starts worrying, not just me
especially when it's said in a drawn-out way
@Magin: Phantom of the Opera has awesome music. As a kid my dad would put in the cassette for it in his car, so I grew up listening to it.
I have some ideas floating around for a story idea at the moment. Hopefully it won't be
dark for you guys.
Actually, as of late I've been contemplating writing a companion piece to War of the Worlds... the events of the Great War told through Moka's eyes.
That, and I'm saying to hell with it and sticking with my original backstory for Karua in my "Tsukune becomes a vampire" fanfic.
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