May I ask that why kirisui change to kiriraitaa?
キリライター (kiriraitaa) is the original name.
I think that Anko 722 is about a mutation of Reimu which is able of eating spicy food.
It looks like the title translates out to "Strong-bitter Reimu and Coffee Alice"
It's "Curry Reimu" (specifically a really spicy kind)
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Oh, and a shameless request... would anyone be able to translate this particular story?
gutter-trash yukkuris invaded anon's house.that red koreimu is a pet yukkuri specially modified to eat spicy food. trash yukkuris thought those are'sweet-sweets' and orange juice.
^JUSTICE tag worthy, then.
too_dumb_to_live also appropriate.
^How so?They don't seem to be doing anything particularly dumber than average. All they did was get in the house and try the food.
Now, if the next page has them deciding to stay around and shout at the human for having bad food in his house, now that'd be pretty dumb.
Red peppers and chili stuff are very distinctive as is (bright red), I'd figure most yukkuris would've figured out not to eat them by now.
Or maybe yukkuris are color blind so everything's a shade of gray? :P
nah, I'd say the yukkuri brain translates bright colors to "HAPPY HAPPY MR TAKE IT EASY"
Well, I think that the general selfishness of home-invading Yukkuri and the prospect of getting food and sweets would most likely override any sense of danger that they have... they're invading a home, firstly. Most Yukkuri haven't tasted things like chilli, so they wouldn't know what it is. Sweets and berries also commonly have very bright colours, and given Yukkuri's general stupidity, I wouldn't say it's beyond them to take the chilli as sweets, especially in a more processed form here...
"Red peppers and chili stuff are very distinctive as is (bright red), I'd figure most yukkuris would've figured out not to eat them by now.
Or maybe yukkuris are color blind so everything's a shade of gray? :P"
By the same logic they should also think that apple and strawberry is spicy...How about if we reserve the logic, they think red pepper and chilly should be tasty because they have the same kind of color as apple and strawberry
I think there's enough out there to say that to yukkuri, the default assumption is that anything that they can chew is edible, unless specifically taught otherwise (post #4124) or they see other yukkuri eat something and subsequently die/suffer...
The brightly colored argument might not work, because one of the evolutions in nature is that brightly colored berries (particularly bright red) tend to be toxic, and animals have evolved not to eat bright red berries. (And in turn, non-toxic berries also evolve to be bright red because then the animals think they are toxic, and so on ad infinitum)
Well, those are food for the red hair Reimu. So they thought that it was ok to eat them..
Story translated courtesy of Barbonymous...
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Interesting story, highly recommend anybody who hasn't read it yet to check it out.
Bumping this because Barbonymous has finished the story. Repeating what Tea has posted, the link is at:
Definitely a great story by all accounts. Everyone is encouraged to take a look!
It's a shame this is the only picture drawn for that series. There should be more. Along with various other great fan fics.
It is not the only picture; there is one other. That's what the Anko722 tag is for. It's here: post #14073
Thanks, Toawa, but there is much more to the story than these two pictures. Plus, the deaths of the trash yukkuri were very cool.
2ch Illustrations are typically this way. It gives a general premise and interest to the story, and people go read it.
Oh. But it'd be interesting to see the entire fan fiction (along with a few others) in comic form.
I read this story really late, but I'm sure about that this is THE best story about yukkuris I EVER read
Years too late for such a great story. A reminder that even in this world of the stupid manjuu, dominated by selfishness, abuse and death, there still exists heroism and a will of selfless sacrifice. They have my salute.
Now rest easy, my heroes.