Main Character & Luke (Shall We Date?: Obey Me!)
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"Their counterattack starts once the clock turns back... Villains from the fairy tales have come back to the past with one goal in mind: make sure the protagonists don't screw up their plans. Your goal is to prevent these schemes from taking fruit and defeat the baddies once and for all! Are you up to the challenge? Will you, the original protagonist, take up the mantle and emerge as the victor? Only you can decide that!"
Levi's eyes were practically shining once he dramatically finished reading the summary of the game to you. His body was shaking, brimming with excitement that couldn't be contained.
The screen's light was too bright to be described as it's normal intensity.
So it has began, huh?
Mammon was in the middle of an argument with Luke outside the library when he felt it. He lifted his head to look down the hall- and like someone had lit the cord at the end of a stick of dynamite, a sparking light came shooting around the corner, getting closer and closer until it collided with the firework that was his forehead and exploded.
Mammon, help me! I can’t hold them off! They’re going to-
MC barely survives an attack by some demons in the locker room. Everybody comes out of it wondering what they could have done to prevent it, and lost about how to move forward.
Fandoms: Shall We Date?: Obey Me!
31 Jul 2020
They feel like they're disappearing sometimes. Like you could look through them, and never see them. Maybe they are. Maybe all they'll ever see is their long-lost sister. Maybe the brothers never actually cared for them at all. They don't know how to deal with that. So they run. They run to find someone that can see them.
Or Makoto feels like the brothers look at them and see a chance at redemption for failing their little sister the first time. Makoto takes a breather and Purgatory Hall becomes their temporary home. And the author writes what she's been craving to read. (Spoilers for Lesson 16!)