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The Invasion of Gensokyo


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For those who don't know what the premise is about, it happened after I acquired this image from Touhou imageboard and I was like "hey, what about an Ace Combat/Touhou crossover? Let's give it a try!" and so I did.

Note: for those who are clueless about Touhou, here's a Wiki article about it.

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CHAPTER 1
FLIGHT INTO THE UNKNOWN



// somewhere, Yuktobania //


It was a clear and sunny day. Every man and every woman at the base was preparing the lone Tu-142 Bear-F plane for its flight. Everything was set for the reconnaissance plane, and as ground crews guided the fully loaded plane to the runway, its crews were engaged in series of conversation to kill their time waiting for clearance from the controller.

“So I heard you’ve just married?” the pilot asked his navigator.

The navigator could only laugh. “Married? Who told you that? We haven’t prepared the invitation cards yet,” he answered.

The pilot returned the laugh, as so did his co-pilot. “Come on. You know your secret isn’t so secret anymore,” he said.

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“What?! No way!” the navigator moaned in protest. “When I thought I had promised Natalia to keep it secret…”

The rest of the crews kept on laughing. “Relax. It’s not that we won’t celebrate our fellow’s marriage with his princess,” the pilot continued. “I tell you; who doesn’t feel lucky to marry a shrine maiden who wears eyeglasses?”

“This is Ground Control. Chandelier 1, you’re cleared for take-off.”

“Chandelier 1 to Ground Control. Thank you.” The pilot signalled to his team-mates. “Alright, everyone. Let’s roll out.”

The year is 2013. Three years have passed, and the Union of Yuktobanian Republics is still recovering from the devastating effect of the Circa-Pacific War it had waged with its neighbouring states of Osea. With great losses inflicted by the Grey Men, the same people who had enticed Osea into the seemingly meaningless war, Yuktobania is desperately seeking for any method (in fact, everything possible) to restore its pride and glory as a military superpower in the Verusan continent.

As a part of its restoration programme, the Yuktobanian Air Force conducts a top-secret military exercise aimed to improve the efficiency of its force. Codenamed “Operation Albatross”, the project calls for a selected group of dedicated aviators (or so the Yukes call) to fly a daring mission into an uncharted territory deep in the Southern Hemisphere. What kind of mission they were flying was not the question they are allowed to inquiry, considering the secrecy of this operation, although they had been hinted that they would fly on a regular patrol mission.

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The Tu-142 now reached the safe altitude. The crews were directed by ground control and intercept (GCI) officers to fly to a location 300 miles off the coast of the Antarctic. They obliged, knowing that it was merely a part of their pre-established patrol route. “Well, here goes our 10 hours of wasted life again,” the pilot said and directed his plane to the designated position.

“I knew I should bring my vodka along,” the co-pilot grumbled.

“Are you sure this is a patrol mission, Captain?” the navigator asked. “Because just yesterday, I overheard the senior officers mentioning something about top-secret. Maybe it has something to do about this flight.”

“It is not our decision to question our superior officers’ decision,” the pilot – the oldest member of the crews – answered. “We just have to follow orders as usual.”

The navigator was not amused by the answer. “But Captain, wouldn’t it be wrong to assume that the upper office is planning on… something again?” At this point, the pilot and the other crews glared at the young personnel, who in turn panicked by their unwary responses. “Did I… just ask the wrong question?”

“Hey, we’ve got our job to do,” the co-pilot reminded. “I believe we should concentrate on our flight. Then we’ll talk about this conspiracy after we’re done. Okay?”

“Okay, okay,” the navigator sighed.

The flight continued, even after the Tu-142 changed course and headed west. It had been three hours into the flight, and the crews were experiencing no weird experiences. The navigator, however, became even warier by each passing minute, and had always wanted to seek for any opening to discuss the so-called “secrecy”.

The Tu-142 had reached the second beacon and was due to turn north when it entered thick layers of cloud. “Well, this is the kind of weather we hadn’t been briefed on,” the pilot commented. “How’s the radar going?”

“It’s working perfectly fine,” the co-pilot answered. “The clouds are surely thick, but it doesn’t look like we’ll stumble across a heavy storm.”

“Then we’ll just continue with our flight,” the pilot said.

“I have this very bad feeling…” the navigator sighed.

The Tu-142 continued its path, but after 30 minutes it still didn’t find any exit route. Now the crews began to feel uneasy about the situation, although they remained calm and focused on the mission.

“Guys, I don’t want to burst the bubble here,” the navigator spoke, “but I’ve heard a story of this area where planes and ships suddenly and mysteriously vanish. Do you think we’re flying into one?”

“Nonsense,” the pilot chided. “Is there such a thing? Knock off your superstitions. This is the world of high technology.”

The navigator, instead, was persistent. “But sir, if you could listen to me for once-” The plane suddenly shook violently, as if it had hit turbulence. The pilot struggled to keep the plane steady and in-course, even as the plane’s onboard instruments started going haywire.

“Damn it! We’re losing control!” the co-pilot screamed.

“Calm down! It’s just turbulence!” the pilot reminded.

“This is Chandelier 1! Ground Control, please read!” There was no response, and the navigator tried contacting the airbase. “Ground Control! Please respond!”

“Try the international frequency,” the pilot told him.

“I did, but we don’t have any radio signal!” the navigator replied. “We’re doomed, Captain! The area really does exist!”

“Stop screwing yourself with your superstition! We have to bring this plane out of the clouds anyway!” the pilot barked.

Ten minutes would pass before the plane regained stability and broke out of the clouds. All the crews looked at each other, a moment of frightening silence enveloping them. Then the navigator broke the hiatus when he asked, “did we just…?”

“Captain, we have unknown contact at our three o’clock,” the radar operator reported.

“It must be the Osean interceptors,” the pilot thought. “Prepare for contact. They might already know our arrival.”

“Captain, we already have visual contact,” another crew reported. “But you won’t believe what we just saw.”

“What are you talking about? I thought we’d be meeting the Oseans,” the pilot interjected.

The crew looked reluctant to reveal the answer. “Captain, if it’s true, then they wouldn’t send a witch and a girl who doesn’t have wings to us.” He paused, and then he continued. “I know it sounds really weird, but… but try looking outside.”

“What?” The pilot looked outside the window. What he saw was the strangest sighting he had ever had in his fifteen years of life as a pilot. It was an event that would never be forgotten for the rest of his life:

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“Holy Motherland! This is madness!”



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Well, yeah about that picture. I know I wasn't supposed to throw in that Tu-95 but oh well. :( And yes, as those who have read my fan fictions may say, "THIS IS MADNESS!" :lol:

I see if I can dig in more pictures to post.
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Facepalm, just facepalm. :(
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Okay....you lost me. This the funniest fanfic I've ever read. It's the most original one I could've ever read. Keep it up.
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@ Mercenary Pilot: :( yeah, I know. :lol:

@ Tweak95: well, I need to do something not related to any of the series but still remain in Ace Combat circle. :) And yeah, I think I made you lost me. :lol:

Well, continuing:

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CHAPTER 2
CONTACT


// Hakurei Shrine //


“Reimu! Reimu! REIMU!!”

Lazily the shrine maiden of the Hakurei Temple opened her eyes. “What’s up with Marisa?” she groaned and scuffled out of the futon. Disgruntled, she approached the front door and saw her friend looking at her with a distressed face. “Now don’t you try making that kind of face at me, Marisa,” she sighed.

“Actually, I have to,” Marisa said. “I can’t explain here, so you have to come with me.”

“I’m the middle of my afternoon nap…” Reimu growled and noticed Cirno standing next to Marisa. “What are you doing here, Cirno?”

The only answer Cirno gave out was a loud “Hurray!”

Marisa turned to Cirno. “Hurray?”

“Hurray!” was all Cirno said.

“Hurray?” Marisa repeated the question.

“Hurray!” Cirno answered before she was set on fire. “My face is on fire! Hurray!”

Reimu gaped. “Her head’s burning and she still says that?”

“Hurray!” Cirno cheered.

Reimu shrugged. “Oh, whatever.” She left Cirno to burn to crisp and turned to Marisa. “I bet it won’t be one of your Master Spark demonstrations again.”

“Actually, it’s more important than that,” Marisa said and hopped onto her flying broom. “I’ll explain to you on flight. Come on!”

The two magicians were airborne and now flew across the Gensokyo airspace. Reimu, disgruntled by the fact that her sweet, delicious afternoon nap had been disturbed, was looking for any opportunity to doze in the sky and took no attention of Marisa’s detailed information she was conveying. Her mind continually reeled on her plans of expanding the Hakurei Shrine’s business and increasing profit gain; in fact, recently visitors had declined in numbers due to rumours that the Hakurei Shrine would shut down its operations and the frequent interference by her youkai fellows.

“I was wondering, Reimu,” Marisa continued, “if we have an area in Gensokyo so mysterious and so intriguing not even youkais have explanations for it, what do you think will happen to us if we stumble across one?”

Reimu batted an eyebrow. “I find it really strange for you to say that,” she spoke, “especially since Gensokyo already has lots of mysterious places to start.”

“I’m not talking about that Mountain of Faith,” (At the said place, Momizi Inubashiri sneezed.) Marisa replied and banked left so she was facing the sun. “I’m talking about something else. You know? Like King Solomon’s mine or the Holy Grail?”

“Okay, that sounds interesting,” Reimu uttered. “Though King Solomon’s mine?”

“Oh, I got that from the Indiana Jones DVD I borrowed from Kaguya,” Marisa replied. “Patchouli told me that on Earth there’s a place named Bermuda Triangle. Did you know that the Bermuda Triangle is the alleged graveyards of planes and ships where hundreds of unexplained cases are reported every year?”

“Don’t start it again, Marisa,” Reimu warned; she had been getting sick of Marisa’s endless rants every time she mentioned Patchouli’s name. “That’s just your poor excuse to venture into Patchouli’s library again.”

“But Reimu, if you could listen, we-” Marisa’s words were cut off when thick clouds came out of nowhere and blocked their line of sights. Everything seemed to be normal until Reimu and Marisa suddenly hit the turbulence. “I didn’t know we’d come across these!”

“You should’ve read the weather forecast firsthand!” Reimu shouted.

“But I thought it would be a clear and sunny day!” Marisa replied.

“Well, screw the weather forecast!” Reimu added.

To make matters worse for the two magicians, hails started pelting them from all directions. Madly Marisa dodged the hailstones while Reimu, being Reimu, called forth the Hakurei Yin-Yang Orbs to fend of the “annoying stuffs”. Despite their best efforts, the hails continued raining down their positions and all the best they could do for now was to dodge like crazy.

“I am genius!”

Reimu and Marisa turned to the source of the voice. To their appalled surprise, Cirno had returned from her charred state and was enjoying the hailstones. “I knew it! It was Cirno’s doing!” Reimu scowled.

“Hurray!” Cirno cheered.

“I don’t think Cirno would do this,” Marisa reminded.

“Hurray!” Cirno cheered again.

“Stop hurrahing around, Cirno!” Reimu shouted, but was promptly ignored. Reimu became annoyed and commanded the Yin-Yang Orbs to shoot missiles at Cirno. The projectiles hit, and Cirno was sent plummeting into the sea below before she disappeared from sight.

“That should make her sense come back,” Reimu said.

Finally the clouds and the hail dissipated. Reimu and Marisa had regained their flight path and were looking at each other in confusion. “We’re still at Gensokyo, aren’t we?” Reimu asked.

“I believe we still are,” Marisa asked and suddenly caught the faint noise of propellers. “Did you hear that, Reimu?”

“I am,” Reimu said and paid close attention to the noise, which came from the clouds next to their flight path. It became louder and louder, until finally they saw the silhouette of a flying object breaking out of the clouds.

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“Marisa, is this why you brought me up here?” Marisa could only nod to answer ‘yes’. “What kind of thing is that?”

“I believe it’s an achievement in flying technology we don’t get to see in Gensokyo,” Marisa said. “Oh, wait. That’s a Bear.”

“A what?” Reimu asked.

“A Bear, as in Tu-142 long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft. Soviet-made plane,” Marisa explained. “Patchouli also said the Bermuda Triangle allegedly exists as a portal to another dimension. So…”

“So what’s the big deal about?” Reimu asked.

“I think this plane just got sucked into the triangle and sent into this world,” Marisa answered.

Reimu shook her head. “It must be one of Yukari’s tricks, though can she actually take out something this big?”

“Beats me,” Marisa shrugged.

“So what now?” Reimu asked.

“Let’s follow it around,” Marisa suggested and changed path so she could see the plane from closer distance. “This book I had read says Western interceptors are often sent to escort intruding Soviet planes out of their territories.”

“You surely read a lot, don’t you?” Marisa simply snickered as a respond to the question.

-x-x-x-x-x-

// Youkai Mountain //


“That’s not a Soviet plane!” Aya protested after she observed the emerging plane through her telescopic camera lens. “That’s a Yuktobanian plane! It’s definitely Yuktobanian!”

“Miss Aya, how can you be sure it’s not a Soviet plane?” Momizi asked.

“Because I know it isn’t one!” Aya insisted and immediately loaded her camera. “I never thought to have visitors from another dimension to come to this place! This must become Bunbunmaru Newspaper’s hottest topic!!” So saying Aya left her residence and jumped into the sky in an unimaginable speed, leaving Momizi with her usual task as security guard. The wolf-girl looked at the newspaper reporter who, then, disappeared in the blue heavens before she pondered on something.

“Did Miss Aya just dig in Ace Combat?”



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I noticed that this chapter lacks the previous chapter's joke, maybe because it's just the introduction of the unlucky intruders' obvious fate. :lol: And I think I'll focus on the navigator's story after this... if they can survive Marisa's Getter Shine Master Spark.
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...

Uh, well, um...

^_^

>_>





WEABOO bunch of sticksRY!


Okay, that's not funny. Dude, this is very funny for many readers hear at ACS.
If you don't like, kthanxbi.
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Tempest, I suggest that you Wiki Touhou firsthand. >_<

Okay, that's not funny. Dude, this is very funny for many readers hear at ACS.
If you don't like, kthanxbi.

Well, I thought the reception was kinda low since I don't expect the majority of people here to have known Touhou. :ph34r: So yeah....

Note: last chapter will be posted next week. Don't have the file with me. >__<
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Okay, that's not funny. Dude, this is very funny for many readers hear at ACS.
If you don't like, kthanxbi.


Hey Tweak, you might wanna have that stick looked at.


Tempest, I suggest that you Wiki Touhou firsthand. >_<


Yeah... see, the funny thing is, I did before posting that.
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Hey Tweak, you might wanna have that stick looked at.


That ain't funny either, man. And yeah, that's weird now
that I've looked at the article. But, it is funny to me.
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It's funny, but like everything Japanese, it falls under weaboo bunch of sticksry.

Serious business guys, we're being serious. Also, stop insulting each other, this forum is for fanfiction, not arguments.
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Weaboo bunch of sticksry or not. My opinion is that this is a well written story and a nice change of pace from the usual stuff posted around here. (ex. EPIC WARZ(fail) FIC, generic country A invades country B fic)

Edited by Mercenary Pilot, 22 March 2008 - 07:59 PM.

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Is there any more of this coming?
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    idk wat to say so ill just come out and say something... CHEESEY

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Well...this is awkward. Funny, though, very funny.
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Is there any more of this coming?


Read This:

Note: last chapter will be posted next week. Don't have the file with me. >__<



Hope that is the answer.
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Sorry, I hadn't seen any of that. All I saw was "WEEABOO bunch of sticksRY"
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*bops Tempest with an inflatable squeaky-hammer so hard that Tempest goes down, and squeaker blows out, popping the squeaky hammer*

Dude, just... no. There's kids here. I dun' want any kids ending up learning stuff from ya.

...Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanyways...

Pretty good so far. Very funny, which is what I like.
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CHAPTER 3
ILL FATE


// Onboard Chandelier 1 //


The pilot could not believe what he had seen. If his eyes were telling the truth, and his stand on fantasies were to be questioned, then it had to be the strangest event ever to take place. Indeed, how in the name of Motherland could two ordinary girls take flight alongside the mighty Tu-142 without any apparatus (well, save for the witch and her flying broom)? Moreover, this event was so surreal the pilot had to convince himself he was only dreaming.

“Captain?”

“…” The pilot could not say anything.

“Captain?”

“Uh? What?”

“What’s the plan?” the co-pilot asked.

“I don’t know,” the pilot answered. “It’s impossible to establish contact with them since they’re…” He paused and glanced at the flying magicians for the second time. “Not using any aircraft.”

“If we don’t try, then who knows?” the co-pilot replied.

Slowly the pilot activated the mouthpiece. “This is Chandelier 1. Unknown… ahem, fliers, please identify yourselves.” There was no response (it was blatantly obvious to them; how can Reimu and Marisa carry radio transmitters around when they don’t need one?) and the pilot kept on trying. “This is Captain Benedict Illiyich from Yuktobanian Air Force’s 23rd Reconnaissance Wing. Unknown fliers, please respond.”

Again there was no respond from either Reimu or Marisa. The only respond the crews had was a deep look of wonder from the girls. “Well, they aren’t answering,” the co-pilot spoke.

“How are they supposed to respond when they aren’t even flying a plane?” the navigator added and was immediately hit on the head by the co-pilot’s knuckle. “But it was obvious, wasn’t it?”

The pilot signalled at his crew to continue establishing contact with the “unknown fliers” while he kept his plane in a stable course over the unknown land. Now he began to wonder whether his navigator was telling the truth on the “patrol mission”.

Thirty minutes had passed, and the lone Tu-142 still flew its predetermined flight path, the mysterious fliers continued following the plane everywhere it went. The Yuke aviators were in a very deep dilemma: they could not abort the mission as they were already hundreds of miles inside the unknown territory, and yet the urge to return home and forget whatever they had faced and were going to face was overwhelming.

“So tell me,” the pilot said. “What do you know about this mysterious place?”

“Well, I’ve read on this Web article that this… Shadow Triangle is the hotspot for hundreds of disappearances of planes and ships,” the navigator began his explanation, “but it’s also said to function as… you won’t believe this, Captain.” The navigator paused in dramatic manner. “A trans-dimensional portal.” There was a momentary silence, as the pilot stared at the young crew in intrigue. “Can this be the “secret mission” we’re sent to? Can this be the new dimension we’re entrusted to look for?”

“I have no idea what you’re talking of…” the pilot replied and looked back at Marisa, who he noticed looked as if she was returning the stare. “Crap, she’s noticed me.”

“Captain! Watch out!”

As soon as he looked back to the front, Lily White was flying in front of the Tu-142 while waving to him. “We’re on collision course!” It was too late; Lily White had ventured too close and veered into the No.4 engine-

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The giant propeller blades slammed onto her and sent her into the ground below. The pilot’s heart stopped, as so did his men’s and Marisa’s. Even Reimu was horrified, so much that she actually screamed Lily White’s name and dashed after her to rescue the Spring Fairy.

“Holy Motherland! Did we just… kill the girl?” the co-pilot asked in terror.

“Let’s hope we didn’t,” the pilot replied.

-x-x-

// at the same time //


“Lily White!”

The youkai momentarily lost her sanity after her head received a full blow of the propellers. “I'm fine,” she said, rubbing a medium-sized bump on her head. “I certainly didn't see that coming.”

Reimu took a deep breath of relief. “You could've been killed,” she said.

“What exactly is that thing?” Lily White asked and pointed to the Tu-142

“Ask Marisa,” Reimu told her. “She said she knows everything about... outside visitors.”

Lily White looked at the Tu-142, and then back at Reimu. “I don't get you,” she said.

Reimu shrugged. “Well, don't look at me like that.”

Marisa took a glimpse of the Tu-142’s starboard wing. Her attention was immediately drawn to the red star emblem, and instantly her mind started processing new information. It took a very long time for us to know what exactly takes place inside her head (and I’m too lazy to insert the equation inside here), but let’s summarize it up with this simple and informative picture:

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Marisa snapped. Without any warning, she screamed “MASTA SPAAAAAAAAAKU!!!!!” and fired at the Tu-142, destroying its right wing in one shot. Reimu and Lily White were horrified at the sudden act of aggression, as so did the crews onboard the plane.

“She's attacked us! It's an act of provocation against the Motherland!” the radar operator cussed, even as the plane spiralled down into the earth. “This is madness!!!!”

“We've lost all controls!” the co-pilot shouted, unable to pull the plane skywards. “Captain! We have to abandon plane! We won't make it!”

“I don't want to die up here!” the navigator cried out. “Natalia!!!!!!”

Reimu, Lily White and Marisa watched as the Tu-142 met its ultimate demise thousands of feet below. “Why would you do that, Marisa?” Reimu questioned as she beamed at the black witch.

Marisa shrugged. “Sorry. I can’t help thinking of China and Remillia when I saw that star,” she said and scratched the back of her head. “Wonder if I overdid it.”

“Oh, come on. Let’s go home,” Reimu said. “I want to continue my sleep.”

“But the plane?” Lily White asked.

“They can take care of themselves, I guess,” Reimu shrugged and turned back to the Hakurei Shrine’s direction. “One question, though, Marisa.”

Marisa turned to her close friend as she followed her lead. “Hmm?”

“How come we weren’t surprised when we saw that plane?” the red-dressed shrine maiden asked.

Marisa shook her head. “Beats me.”

They left the area, leaving Lily White on her own before she realized her task to spread the love and joy of spring to everyone on Gensokyou. “Let us hear the song of spring, everyone! Let love and joy spread in the air with spring!”

-x-x-x-x-x-

// thousands of feet below //


Daiyousei & Cirno were there. And both of them were shocked to see the remains of the Tu-142 inside the sea, in which they had previously seen falling down the sky like an injured bird.

“What is that thing?” Daiyousei asked and pointed to 'that thing'.

“It's the invader from the outside world!” Cirno answered, hands on her hips. “Marisa has got rid of it for us. We must owe her for her deeds.”

“I didn't know we'd have visitors from out there,” Daiyousei said. “What are we supposed to do with this thing anyway?”

“How should I know?” Cirno replied. “Maybe we just leave it here?”

“I don't see anyone else around,” Daiyousei continued and looked around. “Well, if there's any, I don't think they'd survive this.”

The ice fairy shrugged. “Probably.”

The fairies flew around the remains of the plane for a while. Then, deciding it would be best not to disturb the soul of the deceased they left the wreckages and headed to the mainland. Little did they know their action had been captured on camera by the ever-aggressive and overly enthusiastic Aya as she recorded the scene from faraway.

“This shall be one of the most explosive headlines in the history of Bunbunmaru!” she declared and made a hand gesture before her. “Yuktobanian Plane Shot Down Over Gensokyou: Reimu, Marisa and Cirno Deny Involvement! Just imagine all the readers' reaction to this!” With that said she left the site and quickly headed to the Mountain of Faith to begin her editorial work, cackling along the way.

Yet she did not realize somewhere in the watery body a transmitter was emitting an emergency beacon to an unknown destination, as it drifted aimlessly from the ill-fated plane. Is this the sign of things to come?

// THE END? //



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Last chapter. And no, if you expect the continuation of this, there won't be, unfortunately. Oh, well. At least it's done.

*apologizes for all the messes he made*
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All I have to say is:

O_O;

That was totally hilarious and stupid at the same time, but would make for a very interesting story.
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Hilarious,weird and a little F--ed up as well (I mean, that bear crew didn't stand a chance!)
But, good story,nonetheless. :P
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Interesting...a bit strange. I've never seen the anime or whatever. I haven't watched an anime outside of Cowboy Bebop and Gundam. Honestly, it's not my cup of tea...but I will say this: it was very well written.
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...

This ending abruptly on a cliffhangar is like... like...

Hasbro going bankrupt just as they were going to send out another Transformers line... An awesome thing dies right before it got to make something new and awesome...

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If you won't continue, I wonder if I will... I would need to research on the subject, though... I haven't seen any anime outside Gundam, Naruto, One Piece, and Dragonball... XD

Edited by Sabrestrike, 10 April 2008 - 03:09 AM.

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