One Yukkuri Place

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    exitstrategy

    Hmm, so it isn't a run of the mill abyuse short after all. This would honestly make for some good existential horror One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest style*. Reimu keeps being born and finding comfort in her caretaker. She gives into her wild nature and betray's her caretaker's trust for a need to take it easy in the forest. The last thing she sees is a foot coming down her. She wakes up a ko and it all begins again.

    *The book not the movie. The first chapter paints a strong picture indicating that the rest of the book is a psychotic delusion.

    Hitosura

    Slight twist on the same old story.

    captperv

    this story used to be on and was translated

    JusticeItEasy

    Anon may care a bit too much for Reimu like to keep "trying" via core transplantation with a bit of memory restart.

    I think it would had been best for him to just get rid of the betraying trash and start anew with another yu, maybe one better trained or with a better pedigree.

    exitstrategy said:
    She gives into her wild nature and betray's her caretaker's trust for a need to take it easy in the forest.

    That's the thing though, This takes place in the city, no forest to go to.
    And funnily enough a Forest would be a better place for a yukkuri to leave to.

    I mean yeah, technically yukkuris are artifical pastry golems that don't belong anywhere, some could see them as invasive artifical species and always have a hard time barely surviving in any place and only their pest like breeding keeps the species afloat, but the Forest always was like the more "tolerable" enviroment for them compared to others, and even then they still face a lot of crap on it.

    The City? Honestly it's just bad, and not only for them but also the humans since they have to bear their shenanigans far more often.

    Hitosura

    JusticeItEasy said:

    I think it would had been best for him to just get rid of the betraying trash and start anew with another yu, maybe one better trained or with a better pedigree.

    We all know that doesn't happen.

    JusticeItEasy

    Hitosura said:
    We all know that doesn't happen.

    Errr, isn't that like the usual scenario at least when they don't just forsake yukkuri pets as whole?

    Like, trash manjuu betrays you, you kill it and it's accomplices, then go and get a new one this time making sure to put extra care in finding a good breeder that has good reviews and stuff to be certain this time it may not happen since you won't be blindly buying from any place that may not have good credentials.

    This whole "try again and again and again and again with "the same one" via core transplant" is quite an unique story.

    The closest thing I can recall to this is the few "good pet yu killed by trash manjuus" stories that have that weird seed reincarnation system on which, while no memories remain, the "spirit and quality" of the yukkuri sticks so at least you're assured it will be the same loving pet, if having to act like it's a new individual since there are no memories inherited.

    Hitosura

    Every story turns out the same. They want to have babies, all die. Usually that's where the story ends. This is one of the only ones with the twist at the end of core editing (I think).

    JusticeItEasy

    Hitosura said:

    Every story turns out the same. They want to have babies, all die. Usually that's where the story ends. This is one of the only ones with the twist at the end of core editing (I think).

    That's too much of a oversimplification that doesn't consider how the scenarios vary disregarding the basic premise and outcome.

    It's like saying "eeeeh all stories are the same, A Hero appears, he beats the villain. And usually the story ends there."

    I mean there are stories where the betrayed owner test them to see if it's worth to keep the family as whole, or go practical and degrades them all to compost yukkuris, or it's all an introductory premise for a series about the life and shenanigans of this betraying pet and their family in the wild, etc.

    It's not like yukkuris are worth or can be used to create outstanding fictional material, they are pretty much a trashy guilty pleasure, be it for cutesy shit to gush on or having a smug asshole weakling being trashed.

    More so now on it's decadence as meme.

    Hitosura

    JusticeItEasy said:

    I mean there are stories where the betrayed owner test them to see if it's worth to keep the family as whole, or go practical and degrades them all to compost yukkuris, or it's all an introductory premise for a series about the life and shenanigans of this betraying pet and their family in the wild, etc.

    You're going back years. These days, they end with the betrayal now, then wind up dying. Even in the rare that follow what comes next, they still die. :3

    Pun Master

    Wouldn't it just be easier to simply neuter the Reimu ?

    JusticeItEasy

    Pun_Master said:

    Wouldn't it just be easier to simply neuter the Reimu ?

    Seems that if you neuter them, they start feeling more and more uneasy until they get a serious case of anti yukkuritis and die.

    The best scenario is if you somehow breed non fertile variants that aren't aware of it but to some degree they would remain with the instict of making little ones so sooner or later they would try and try only to start feeling frustrated and depressed out of only having blanks and not being able to make lil ones so yeah...

    Damn if you Do, Damn if you Don't.