Yamaku Book Club (20190715 Radioactive/Call of Yamaku)

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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by brythain » Tue Sep 16, 2014 8:10 pm

dewelar wrote:Hello, Miki Sue.
When you said that, the first thing in my head was 'Goodbye, Norma Jean'. Scansion is everything. :D

But where exactly does Miki in 'Turn To Stone' and its continuation become the Miki that is ruined for you? Interested to know.
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Main Index (Complete)Shizune/Lilly/Emi/Hanako/Rin/Misha + Miki + Natsume
Secondary Arcs: Rika/Mutou/AkiraHideaki | Others (WIP): Straw—A Dream of SuzuSakura—The Kenji Saga.
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by Leaty » Tue Sep 16, 2014 8:16 pm

dewelar wrote:Oh. Hrm. Yeah. Hello, Miki Sue. *headdesk* Gah. I used to like Miki, once upon a time, but the fandom has ruined her for me. That there is a prime example of why. Too bad, too, because those chapters were otherwise fairly well done.
Yeah, Miki appearances have become such a trademark of bad fanfiction authors that I really hesitate to ever use her.

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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by forgetmenot » Tue Sep 16, 2014 9:22 pm

Leaty wrote:
dewelar wrote:Oh. Hrm. Yeah. Hello, Miki Sue. *headdesk* Gah. I used to like Miki, once upon a time, but the fandom has ruined her for me. That there is a prime example of why. Too bad, too, because those chapters were otherwise fairly well done.
Yeah, Miki appearances have become such a trademark of bad fanfiction authors that I really hesitate to ever use her.
That's how I used to feel about Saki, and I suppose to some extent Rika. Miki will have her day (eventually). Maybe.

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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by Mahorfeus » Tue Sep 16, 2014 9:26 pm

Then I should suppose that if a great fanfic author ever attempted to write a Miki route, then the entire fandom would collapse into a singularity.
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by Silentcook » Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:50 am

Mahorfeus wrote:a great fanfic author
...Excuse me, a WHAT now? :shock:
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by Mahorfeus » Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:48 am

Silentcook wrote:
Mahorfeus wrote:a great fanfic author
...Excuse me, a WHAT now? :shock:
Eh. Crisis averted?
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Hanako > Rin > Emi > Lilly = Shizune

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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Turn to stone)

Post by brythain » Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:55 am

Mahorfeus wrote:
Silentcook wrote:
Mahorfeus wrote:a great fanfic author
...Excuse me, a WHAT now? :shock:
Eh. Crisis averted?
Crisis on Infinite Fanfics, I suppose. It would take a work of very singular qualities to overcome the paradox.
Post-Yamaku, what happens? After The Dream is a mosaic that follows everyone to the (sometimes) bitter end.
Main Index (Complete)Shizune/Lilly/Emi/Hanako/Rin/Misha + Miki + Natsume
Secondary Arcs: Rika/Mutou/AkiraHideaki | Others (WIP): Straw—A Dream of SuzuSakura—The Kenji Saga.
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Library Anniversaire Stuf

Post by Sea » Mon Sep 22, 2014 4:35 pm

Hey there, the wait is finally over, the Library anniversarie stuff is done! I will be so happy to stop hearing those words btw.

I have posted them as a separate thread, and all discussion shall be carried out over there, unless you want to shout into the void in here, if that's your thing. I'll be posting them every couple days, like 2 or 3-ish probably until we're out and then we can reconvene here, I post when its over on that thread. not sure hwat else there is to say, so happy readings!
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Post by Comrade » Tue Sep 23, 2014 2:32 am

exellent. Let us begin the incantations.
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Library Anniversaire Stuf

Post by Sea » Tue Sep 23, 2014 6:53 am

Comrade wrote:excellent. Let us begin the incantations.
I've been ready for like a year, I swear. I've already got the 3 gallons of reindeer urine, how far along are you with the Beluga whale carcass?
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Post by brythain » Tue Sep 23, 2014 7:05 am

Sea wrote:
Comrade wrote:excellent. Let us begin the incantations.
I've been ready for like a year, I swear. I've already got the 3 gallons of reindeer urine, how far along are you with the Beluga whale carcass?
I've got the narwhal horn that was polished with ambergris and Icelandic spar. Just pass me the GPS coordinates; nowadays we can afford a bit of tech assistance.
Post-Yamaku, what happens? After The Dream is a mosaic that follows everyone to the (sometimes) bitter end.
Main Index (Complete)Shizune/Lilly/Emi/Hanako/Rin/Misha + Miki + Natsume
Secondary Arcs: Rika/Mutou/AkiraHideaki | Others (WIP): Straw—A Dream of SuzuSakura—The Kenji Saga.
"Much has been lost, and there is much left to lose." — Tim Powers, The Drawing of the Dark (1979)

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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Library Anniversaire Stuf

Post by Comrade » Tue Sep 23, 2014 7:24 am

Sea wrote:
Comrade wrote:excellent. Let us begin the incantations.
I've been ready for like a year, I swear. I've already got the 3 gallons of reindeer urine, how far along are you with the Beluga whale carcass?
Must be a canadian thing.

Our sacrifices usually involve cattle blood and insence.
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Library Anniversaire Stuf

Post by Sea » Tue Sep 23, 2014 9:28 pm

brythain wrote:
Sea wrote:
Comrade wrote:excellent. Let us begin the incantations.
I've been ready for like a year, I swear. I've already got the 3 gallons of reindeer urine, how far along are you with the Beluga whale carcass?
I've got the narwhal horn that was polished with ambergris and Icelandic spar. Just pass me the GPS coordinates; nowadays we can afford a bit of tech assistance.
I found the perfect location for this year, its super chilly and tropical and shit, 37.9651° N, 126.6463° E
Comrade wrote:
Sea wrote:
Comrade wrote:excellent. Let us begin the incantations.
I've been ready for like a year, I swear. I've already got the 3 gallons of reindeer urine, how far along are you with the Beluga whale carcass?
Must be a canadian thing.

Our sacrifices usually involve cattle blood and insence.
That was last year, you said we could do my thing finally!
I wanna turn! :cry:

Plus your thing didn't even work, I saw Lamashtu for like 3 seconds and *POOF* gone. It was anticlimactic to say the least.
And to top it all of you didn't even come to take Panda's dessicated corpse this week, my month is up, we had a deal.
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Post by Comrade » Wed Sep 24, 2014 1:33 am

And then Sea was arrested by the NSA
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Re: Yamaku Book Club (Now Reading: Library Anniversaire Stuf

Post by Tormound » Thu Sep 25, 2014 9:53 am

Well let's see if this get's me anything.

Anyone know any good time travel or time loop fics here? I'm not looking for crossovers for time travel/looping.

Secondly, anyone know any good fics that was made in 2013 to now?

I prefer Hisao x Lily or Hanako but if it's good enough i'll take any pairing.

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