My name is Sayaka Miki, a middle-schooler here. Not only that, but I also go around to save people as a Magical Girl!!
Height: 160 Centimeters
About Magical Girls: In the series Sayaka comes from, Magical Girls all form a contract with a creature in order to attain a wish. In exchange, they become Magical Girls, with powers according to their wish, are given a Soul Gem, and go out to fight monsters called Witches. These Soul Gems darken as more magic is used, and if it goes completely dark... Lets just say no one's happy
What's the worst cringe you've seen in a video game?
So I tend to block out the worst memories of good games but its gotta be something from Time and Eternity, and the cringiest thing I can remember is iNew. Yes that's a name that is capitalized like Apple devices for the sake of a joke. They're basically a modern hipster who's really into Yoga and superfoods and similar who you have to deal with to get a plot device and everything they say is super annoying.
Hello there and welcome to your stay. Also no we have no relation to that Twitter guy who apparently exploded a few weeks ago.
If you're not here because of that then nice to see ya and hope ya stick around a bit.
Its a popular idea, but there's really not much of a reason to give her one specifically.
I mean, Ann's confidant is already mostly about Shiho, as they were closely linked characters and Ann had most of her development in the main storyline.
Focusing one completely on Shiho would inevitably make it about understanding and coping with abuse, which is a subject that's difficult to effectively portray and runs a big risk of upsetting people.
So while it might sound cool and its easy to imagine such a confidant going right, its not really a subject I'd trust Atlus to handle without turning it into Shiho's entire personality, so I think its a good thing they didn't even try.
You are Beaten
I see the police are beating people just like real life
Books? or Storys?
Ah yes, we actually have a small community on the Phansite discord where a fair number of us like to do a bit of planning beforehand. There are like 4 or 5 people who participate frequently and a few others who don't quite have as much free time.
Why is uh.. A weird question. Its kinda just because we want to, y'know? Its a way to hang out that's kinda like putting on a play. So I'm glad to see ya've liked a few of 'em.
It started in the primordial chaos of the early phansite, where we didn't have tags so people would pretend to be a character in some threads while others are just meming for fun, that sort of thing.
Wasn't really a single person coming up with the idea, though the formalization of the practice is often attributed to the user Yu Narukami, who made Awakening-type threads that were some of the first RP-focused threads.
I will say this is the best part of the forum, and your consistency and determination are truly admirable
A visit to the art museum
<i>This thread is exactly what it says on the tin. There's a new exhibit in town for only a few days that catches the interest of a variety of people.
One such person is a blue-haired schoolgirl who's sent a message to a few of their friends to meet them there. She stands a bit outside the museum, her ticket already at the ready as she waits</i>
Good news Bad News
The good news is that Kroger has thIs thing caLled short rest where theyâ€™Ll pay More. Bad news is that itâ€™s exactly what it says on the tin and Iâ€™m working on four hours of slEep. Howâ€™s your mornings?
Phansite Counts to 10, the sequel
I know there was another of these threads a while back, but I believe weâ€™ve all grown a lot, so Iâ€™m gonna start us off and watch us do it, ok? Rules are simple
1. Count to 10 following the person before you
2. If someone messes up, thatâ€™s ok. We can try again
Ready? Iâ€™ll start.
GYM: One's Practice
<i>With her plans set and in motion, the young, blue-haired schoolgirl Sayaka Miki heads to the nearby GYM, not quite the average workout place, though it has that equipment too, it was more known for acting as a magic fight club of sorts. Sayaka closes her eyes and strolls right in... To the closed door, shaking her head as she opens her eyes and blinks</i>
Wait... Its not open? And there's even a door here? What now....
<i>Sayaka taps her foot on the doormat, crossing her arms as she thinks for a bit, before an idea hits her</i>
better than nothing.
<i>After checking to make sure its locked, Sayaka feels around the top of the door, no dice, and finally beneath the doormat. Bingo. Satisfied, Sayaka unlocks the door, setting the key back beneath the doormat, and heads inside</i>
Alright, now I've just gotta wait a bit. She'll probably be around soon.
Fan club Fan Club
a club for fans who are fans of fan clubs. Personally my favorite is the Fire Emblem Fates Fan Club, how about yours?
<i>No matter where you go, there are always local rumors and legends, a result of people's hopes and fears of the unknown, even the slightest sound can grow, with more and more stories woven around it until they become the stuff of legend.
Just outside of one such place, known as the Ghost's Hideaway, a run down alleyway in an even older part of Tokyo where its said you can hear strange noises at night. So of course, its in the dead of night that a young, blue-haired girl rolls up and parks her bicycle outside of it</i>
A Peaceful Night
<i>There wasn't really anything special about tonight, not in the typical manner anyways. The cool breeze feels nice after such a warm and bustling day. In spite of how late it might seem, a young, blonde girl roams the night, peering into alleyways as she heads on her way. Though many people are bringing their day to a close, for now, the girl walks into the subway station, as though ready to simply begin.</i>
If youâ€™re dating someone with dissociative identity disorder, do you technically have a harem? Sure, thereâ€™s only one body, but these alternate identities are often extremely different and in some cases donâ€™t know about each other existence.
Miki's Delivery Service
<i>In a rather nondescript section of the building lies a series of older apartment buildings. They seem to have been maintained fairly well, aside from the peeling paint there's very little to complain about this area. On the side of one apartment building is a simple red bicycle, the kind you might find anywhere, chained in a bicycle rack. Above this bike hangs a small banner, stretching between three of the apartment complex's windows.
The banner reads as follows:
"Miki's Delivery Service, 500 Yen. Delivers anywhere in the city same day or your money back. Just ask for apartment 315 for more."
The banner itself seems rather new and handmade, it almost looks like it might have been drawn in crayon, but its still easy enough to read. In addition to the words are drawings of a smiling, blue-haired girl riding through the city on a bicycle, a few packages in her basket.</i>