Halloween at Yamaku

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Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Sea » Fri Oct 25, 2013 3:18 pm

I'm not sure if everyone here celebrates Hallow's Eve, but everyone on campus has gotten in the spirit and we've got pumpkins and scarecrows and ghosts going up all over the place. What do you think it would be like at Yamaku?
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Xanatos » Fri Oct 25, 2013 3:44 pm

Misha hiding behind corners and jump-scaring everyone, then getting scolded by Shizune and Mutou and Nurse (on three separate occasions) when she upsets Hisao's arrhythmia. After this, she'll abandon the scares for handing out candy (by force if necessary) instead.

Emi constantly falling prey to Misha's scares.

Shizune turning into a slavedriver to prepare for the holiday, and everyone on campus subsequently identifying her as a witch.

Hanako either taking advantage of a mask (possibly with prodding from Lilly) or just clinging tighter to Lilly.

Rin being the most lackluster bedsheet ghost on the planet.

Kenji will camp in his dorm.

The place might be decorated. If so, cue friendlies trying to describe it to Lilly.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Oddball » Fri Oct 25, 2013 3:55 pm

Sea wrote:I'm not sure if everyone here celebrates Hallow's Eve, but everyone on campus has gotten in the spirit and we've got pumpkins and scarecrows and ghosts going up all over the place. What do you think it would be like at Yamaku?
I could see decorations going up and the school throwing a costume party for the students (and Shizune complaining about the work that she has to do for it and nobody wanting to help.)
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by dewelar » Fri Oct 25, 2013 3:56 pm

Xanatos wrote:Rin being the most lackluster bedsheet ghost on the planet
...until she tells Emi she got an Invisible Rock.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Karnewarrior » Fri Oct 25, 2013 5:17 pm

dewelar wrote:
Xanatos wrote:Rin being the most lackluster bedsheet ghost on the planet
...until she tells Emi she got an Invisible Rock.
Or she walks through the wall like it's nothing, leaving the whole cast just kind of blinking dumbfoundedly.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Sea » Fri Oct 25, 2013 10:25 pm

I feel like Kenji would sneak around in a ghost busters outfit randomly spraying girls with the goo.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Mute » Sat Oct 26, 2013 2:27 am

If they were allowed to wear costumes:

Rin with fake chainsaws on her stumps, claiming she was born with sawblades for arms.
Shizune as a witch, appearing to cast spells whenever she signs.
Hanako as either this flower fairy or any costume that comes with a mask.
Emi as a ninja, with combustible lemons as smoke bombs and katana-style running blades.
Lilly would appear to be an innocent girl until she pulls a sword out of her cane. The sword-cane is already real, anyway.
Misha just needs to put on a hardhat and call herself an undead miner.
Kenji as a ghostbuster, going around and spraying any feminists with goo.
Yuuko as either a vampire or an undead archaeologist.
Mutou in mad scientist attire.
Hisao as an undead hospital patient.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Umber » Sat Oct 26, 2013 3:36 am

Someone needs to send Kenji a Harry Potter costume one of these days. I'd assume he'd think the package was rigged, but whatever.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Xaredian » Sat Oct 26, 2013 1:25 pm

Sorry for shooting this up, but.
I don't think Japan celebrates Halloween. I think only the US and Ireland celebrate it.

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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Oddball » Sat Oct 26, 2013 1:26 pm

I don't think Japan celebrates Halloween.
They do, it's a fairly recent thing though.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Sea » Sat Oct 26, 2013 4:26 pm

Xaredian wrote:Sorry for shooting this up, but.
I don't think Japan celebrates Halloween. I think only the US and Ireland celebrate it.
I guess I'm just not celebrating Halloween then. GO Canada.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Xanatos » Sat Oct 26, 2013 5:00 pm

Umber wrote:Someone needs to send Kenji a Harry Potter costume one of these days. I'd assume he'd think the package was rigged, but whatever.
That's just silly. You'd have to sneak into his dorm, raid his closet, sneak out, wrap it in gift wrap, then send it back to his dorm.
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Sea » Sat Oct 26, 2013 7:06 pm

Xanatos wrote:
Umber wrote:Someone needs to send Kenji a Harry Potter costume one of these days. I'd assume he'd think the package was rigged, but whatever.
That's just silly. You'd have to sneak into his dorm, raid his closet, sneak out, wrap it in gift wrap, then send it back to his dorm.
No way you get past all the booby traps, let alone the Guard Falcons (Its a thing) Especially around halloween time, what it being a obvious feminist plot to wear disguises in public and scout out the Manly armada .
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Comrade » Sat Oct 26, 2013 11:49 pm

How does one usually celebrate halloween? We don't have it here so i couldn't know
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Re: Halloween at Yamaku

Post by Mute » Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:10 am

Comrade wrote:How does one usually celebrate halloween? We don't have it here so i couldn't know
I don't know about the religious celebration. Where I live, it basically involves putting on a "scary" costume and going to people's doors, asking for candy by saying "Trick or treat." It's silly, but the costumes can be interesting and the candy is free and tasty. If you don't want to go out trick-or-treating, you can stay inside and offer candy to anyone who comes to your house.

Also, there are generally Halloween decorations. "Scary" faces are carved onto pumpkins, people decorate their houses with stuff like witches and zombies or put fake gravestones on the lawn or whatever. I think you get the idea.
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