Sailor Moon Expanded : The Next Generation presents
2. What Goes Around ...
While he didn't have any morning classes at CTU Alan was up early as
was his custom on schooldays. As was also his custom he was unobtrusively
watching the gate of Sakurada Haruna Memorial High School. Most of the
students had gone straight through but there was a band of six standing
this side of the para-exclusion line. They were waiting for something and
most wore sports gear. It was obvious to Alan's trained eye that several
had strength and agility amplification spells that would get them banned if
used in competition. It was equally obvious who they were waiting for but
Alan wasn't concerned. Though they didn't know it they were hopelessly
outclassed. Or possibly they did know it but were too stubborn to give up
feeling the prize worth the effort. No pain, no gain and similar macho
idiocy. At any rate his intervention would be unnecessary but he would stay
to witness the contest. Which would be soon as classes would begin soon
and the gates would start logging latecomers in ten minutes.
Sylvite flickered into existence several metres beyond the gate wearing
her school uniform and a resigned expression. If she could teleport directly
into school she could have saved herself a lot of hassle but there were rules
against that. As always she comforted herself with the thought that at least
when you can teleport you don't have to get up too early as it's a very quick
trip to school. She looked over the six and sighed. Then somewhat wearily
said, "Anyone who doesn't want to get hurt should either leave now or not get
in my way." Nobody moved which didn't surprise her so she reached out her
hand. A glowing baseball bat materialized in her grip. "Here we go again."
She took a step forward as her opponents did likewise then stopped. The
six looked puzzled until they heard the hum of a scooter. The teacher driving
it didn't look much older than Sylvite though in her case appearance and age
matched. She called cheerily, "Good morning students."
"Good morning Ayumi-sensei"
"Finish your rough housing quickly because the bell will be going soon."
With that she drove past unconcerned that six hulking boys were about to
attack a single girl. That impression was false. Actually Ms. Ayumi was
mildly worried about the impending fight. She hoped Sylvite wouldn't hurt
them too much or they would have to miss the day's lessons and education was
Outside Sylvite was saying, "Last chance to be sensible." She tried
flashing her eyes but that didn't cut it. It might work for her mother but
it didn't for her. Still while red eyes can be intimidating glowing pink eyes
just don't cut it. To make matters worse one of them said, "You're cute when
you're indignant." Okay, that was the last straw. "Here I come!" She
charged and the six surged to meet her.
Thirty seconds later Sylvite was stepping over the twitching boys
muttering something about idiot jocks. She stopped short of the white line,
clipped a small badge on her blouse, faded out her energy bat then stepped
into the school grounds. On the wall the sign that had been flashing, "No
paranormal capabilities or magic on school property!" faded as it stopped
detecting mana utilization. From long experience the Crystal Tokyo school
board found a ban the simplest solution to maintaining a healthy learning
environment. Those who possessed paranormal strength and/or agility were
required to wear monitor badges that warned them, their fellow students and
(most importantly) their teachers if they were exceeding human parameters.
Which, Alan remembered, had meant neither he nor any of the elder members of
the bratpack had been the star athletes of their school years. They had
overcompensated trying to stay within the limits which handicapped them.
Unfortunate but school policy was that sports were to promote teamwork and
cooperation rather than individual achievement and competition. Actually that
was the policy at many schools around the world but in Crystal Tokyo they
really meant it.
Sylvite paused on the threshold then looked back at the bruised
upperclassmen and shook her head. "How you idiots got the idea I'll date
any boy who can beat me in battle I'll never know. For the last time ...
for the latest last time it doesn't work like that!" With that she turned
and stalked across the common grounds to the junior high side of the school.
Alan smirked as he remembered the source of that story, it was amazing how
stories got distorted. Putting all the pieces together had taken a while.
In some ways it was all the fault of both Rhiannon McIntyre, mother to
half of the bratpack and of his aunt Titanite. In another way the whole thing
was the fault of one of Rhiannon's daughters. But the two senshi had started
the whole mess.
During one of their many ancient animation discussions (it seemed all
the immortals had hangups on some aspect of late twentieth century culture)
they had agreed that Sylvite resembled a quasi-fictional character with the
unlikely name of Shampoo. Quasi-fictional meaning she was not real in this
reality but had allegedly existed in another dimension they had visited long
ago. Apparently this individual belonged to a tribe that required the women
to marry any man who could defeat them in combat. Mara, one of Rhiannon's
triplets and something of a troublemaker, had overheard this and mentioned
the story at school the following day to a few friends. It had then made the
rounds on the gossip circuit but, as often happens, it had been distorted
along the way. With the result that soon everyone at school knew it was a
Dark Kingdom tradition that youma girls must date anyone who challenged and
defeated them. Sylvite had denied it on several occasions but no one seemed
to believe her and the challengers had started appearing. It had become a
regular feature of school life and, as long as neither the challenger or
challengees officially protested and the fights happened outside of school
grounds, was considered healthy adolescent exuberance by the school
officials. After all these were all children born and raised in Crystal Tokyo
and everyone knew their city produced the most stable people in the world.
So it must be all right and perfectly natural.
Not wanting to make waves and seem like a crybaby by running to the
teachers Sylvite had decided to handle matters herself. She was sure that was
what her mother would have done. She was right though she severely
underestimated the degree to which her mother would have enforced a "hands
off" policy. In her case the first challenge would have been the last as all
potential challengers would have been terrified by what she did to the first
batch. But Sylvite had grown up in Crystal Tokyo not the Dark Kingdom so that
never occurred to her. Her mind simply didn't work that way which was fine
with both her parents. So though she had threatened to dismember whoever had
started the "dating game" at worst she would beat them up if she ever learned
the name. Still Mara was keeping very quiet rather than owning up. Though
this was probably less from fear of a beating than from concern over causing
a permanent division in the bratpack.
Alan surveyed the boys struggling to their feet and frowned. Perhaps it
was not good that Sylvite always vanquished her adversaries so easily. It
could well have given her an exaggerated concept of her own prowess. Perhaps
a few defeats would provide a salutary lesson. Still were he to challenge her
she might feel he was expecting her to date him when she lost. That was not
the impression he wished to convey. He wanted her to go out with him because
she chose to not because she had to. That was unlikely to happen anytime
soon but he was patient and could wait. Time was one thing he didn't lack.
As for Sylvite's easy victories those required further thought. In any
event he had witnessed his true love in all her vibrancy so it was time to
depart. He felt absolutely no sympathy for the battered boys who were just
getting back to their feet. Challenge the tigress and you have to expect a
few claw marks.
As he started to withdraw Alan noticed a rapidly approaching blur that
quickly resolved itself into a familiar figure.
With that his sister plowed into the already suffering sextet at top
speed scattering them in all directions. She zoomed through the gate and
screeched to a stop to give the victory sign as she'd beaten the bell. Her
grin slipped as a buzzer went off having detected a paranormality infraction.
Alan chuckled slightly at his sister's plight. After all it was all her own
fault she was always late. She was the one who had rejected Sylvite's offer.
While Sylvite's parents, like their own, worked within the Palace they
resided outside it. Since both of them could teleport commuting was never a
problem. So after the war when Serenity conferred Guradian rank to them they
had politely turned down the offer of apartments in the Palace. Explaining
that after centuries of living in the city amongst the citizens of Crystal
Tokyo they had grown accustomed to it. Serenity had understood and the matter
had never been raised again.
Having inherited the power of teleportation from her parents Sylvite
had no problems with distance and could easily have attended any school in
Crystal Tokyo. Or indeed anywhere in the world once she had visited the
campus once by more mundane means. Not surprisingly she had picked the same
school her friends attended and was always on time. She found it so easy that
she had offered to alter her route, making a diversionary jump into the Palace
to pick up Kodachi and carry her along with her when she completed the
teleport to school. The offer was a long standing one and still remained
open. But, not wishing to seem like deadweight, Kodachi had refused saying
she could get there easily enough by herself and the exercise would do her
good. That was certainly true but things would go a lot smoother if she set
out earlier. Instead, despite not being able to teleport, she kept setting
out at about the same time as Sylvite. Leading to their parents having to
deal with almost daily complaints from palace staff, pedestrians and anybody
who lived between the palace and the school about the frantically running girl
zooming through their midst. Aunt Titanite's suggestion that they transfer
her to Graviton Junior High had been met with blank looks as there was no
school by that name in Crystal Tokyo.
Meanwhile Sylvite was walking through the schoolyard trying to ignore
the usual attention and brooding when someone in a similar introspective mood
walked into her. "Oh, excuse me Sempai! I'm very sorry!" The boy was about
16 and unfamiliar so Sylvite reined in her immediate urge to slap him. Maybe
it was just an accident though she'd had other experiences with boys who
noticed their facial height about equivalent to her chest.
"You get the benefit of the doubt one time so don't make a habit of it.
And I'm not your sempai!" With that she stalked off glowering leaving a very
confused transfer student behind. One of the veteran Sylvite watchers sidled
over to have a word.
"Nice move man. Most guys take weeks to try that but you did it the
first day!" The newcomer looked perplexed.
"It was an accident! What did she mean she wasn't my sempai?"
"You really don't know?" The other shook his head. "She meant she was
one of the grade eights. That's why she's heading over to the junior high
"She's still in grade 8? Wow, she must be incredibly dumb!"
"Unfortunately no as that would make things a lot easier. Instead she's
only fourteen years old." The newcomers jaw dropped. "FOURTEEN!?" At the
veteran's nod he sputtered, "But ... But ... But she ...?!"
"Looks like she could be a student teacher and if it hadn't been for
uniform you'd have called her sensei?"
"Well ... yeah ... I mean what else could she be?"
"I can see I need to fill you in on the Sylvite rules. I'm Gurikazu
Amano by the way."
"Ryo Saeba. Her name's Sylvite? Weird name."
"Compared to her appearance at fourteen? 'Sides there's plenty of
people named after minerals living in the palace."
"The palace?! Uhh ... Her mother's not a senshi is she?"
"Nope, a Guardian. So's her dad. Now Kodachi over there is the
daughter of Sailor Venus and kinda touchy about boys bothering her." A pink
haired girl clutching a demerit card walked by looking morose. "Push her
too far and you get the infamous 'Kodachi haircut'. It's a sorta reverse
mohawk when she uses this energy beam to burn a line along your scalp."
"Yeah, that's why we give her some distance. Likewise Mara but she's
not around to point out. Just watch out for a girl with orange spiky hair.
Now Sylvite's a bit more easy going but there are limitations on how much you
can get away with."
"Right. Plain old looking is okay but peeping has side effects. I
know a guy who got some great locker room shots but someone threw a flower
through his camera."
"That's what he said but he couldn't produce any evidence. Whatever it
was it destroyed his camera and the memory chips before he could download
anything. Where was I? A formal challenge is okay, you win and she has to
date you but not recommended unless you think you've got an edge. Better
be careful about that edge too. Nothing too unethical."
"Well I heard about a pair of biochem geeks from CTU who had a younger
brother in this school. He got hold of a blood sample and they were planning
to cook up pheromones that would make her fall for them hard when her
adrenaline got going. If that really would have worked we'll never know."
Amano shrugged, "Just what happened nobody's quite sure but the story
goes something that lurks in the shadows paid them a visit, destroyed the
sample and all their records and basically scared the crap out of them. They
never dared repeat the experiment. There's a few rumours like that about
guys who overdo it."
"This is sounded less attractive all the time."
"Come on, built like that and naive. That doesn't suggest possibilities
"That's settled then. Where was I? Okay, standard seduction is in but
remember how old she is and don't overdo it in public. Also don't get in her
face too much or you'll get pounded. Groping isn't recommended unless you've
got an escape route handy. Accidental bumping she'll give you the benefit of
the doubt the first time but after that you'd better hope she's in a good
mood. That's the public stuff, if you want more detail on past attempts and
near successes you'll have to join the Sylvite fan club. Apply to Kenji over
there, he's the treasurer and he'll quote you the membership fees. Right now
it's time to get to morning assembly. Oh and welcome to our school."
Meanwhile in the locker room Sylvite was approaching her locker with the
usual trepidation. She reached for the door with the "No mail!" sticker and
flung it open. The usual flood of love letters spilled out and scattered over
the floor. She sighed and reached for her school shoes intending to change
then clear up the litter.
"Want me to take of that?" Without waiting for an answer Luke Mcintyre-
Muraino stooped down and scrambled after the scattered letters. Sylvite took
opportunity to switch shoes and toss her outside ones in the locker. Luke
stood up holding a small pile of mail and asked, "Do you want to take a look
or are they just junk?"
"They won't say anything I want to read. Mind tossing them in the
"Sure thing. Shall I check to see if there's anything worthwhile inside?
Concert tickets or whatever?"
She shrugged. "Feel free. If there is they're all yours."
"Much obliged. Well you'd better get to assembly and I'll take care of
these for you."
"Thanks, you're a pal Luke. Shame the other boys can't be more like
With that she hurried off unaware Luke watched her until she rounded the
corner then gave a heartfelt sigh. He stood there for a few moments until a
familiar mocking voice jolted him out of his reverie.
"A hopeless love that's doomed before it starts. Alas. It's all so
romantic." Luke spun around to glare into his sister's grin.
"It is not hopeless, Mara!"
"Yeah, right. Face facts bro, the only reason she tolerates you is
you're a childhood friend and the only boy in school who's never hit on her.
Soon as you try to change that it all goes out the window and you get lumped
in with all the others."
"That's ... but they're all jerks after her for her body! I'm ... that
is ... I ... there's a lot more to her than that and that's why I like her."
"So you never think about her body?"
"Uhhhh ... No!" Basic honesty and the fact the answer was so obviously
false made Luke add, "Well sort of ... That is ... there's nothing wrong with
noticing ... I mean it's undeniable that she ... look just because ... I mean
... just because she's built like a ... physically attractive ... I mean ...
what's wrong with ... it's basic human nature for a guy to look at a girl's
body ... even in Crystal Tokyo boys will be boys, right? We can't fight
millions of years of evolution and it's not like ... I mean ... what's wrong
with thinking a girl is ..." Getting red faced Luke suddenly noticed the
recorder his sister was holding. "Hey!"
Mara gave another of those annoying grins of hers. "Wonder what Sylvite
would think of this. Maybe I'll play it back to her on recess. Of course if
you make it worth my while ... HEY!" She'd been off guard, too wrapped up in
needling her brother to realize just how steamed Luke was getting. It took
her by surprise when he plucked the small device from her hand and crushed
it. "You broke it! Nobody breaks my toys!"
"Don't push it, Mara. Let it go for now and we'll settle this later."
"Like hell! You owe me and I'm gonna collect."
Behind them Leia, the third of the triplets gave a longsuffering sigh
that neither of them heard. Recognising just how quickly the squabble would
escalate she stuck to the background and quietly eased past them without
attracting notice. Last thing she needed was another demerit from getting
caught up in the latest of her siblings' quarrels. She sometimes thought the
best thing to do would be seal both of them in a room together then open it a
week later. She figured they'd either have got sick of fighting or killed
each other off. Times like this either outcome seemed fine by her.
Kodachi caught up with Sylvite as the assembly ended and the students
trooped off to their homeroom. She'd been stuck at the back having been one
of the last ones to enter the hall. Nearby Luke and Mara were exchanging
glares and blaming each other for the triple demerits they received for
breaking the power usage rules, fighting in school and missing assembly.
"Oh, morning Kodi-chan. I looked for you in the hall but didn't see you."
"I got here last minute again so ..." She shrugged and let the sentence
trail off. Sylvite sighed and nodded. "You can always travel with me if
you're running late ..." Kodachi shook her head.
"Don't be silly, I'm not going to be a burden on you. Besides I always
make it before the bell and it's sort of a family tradition for Aino girls
to rush in at the last minute. At least that's what mom says, dad just sorta
rolls his eyes."
"It's no trouble, really."
"NO!" Kodachi seemed emphatic. "We're friends and partners and that
means both of us have to be able to carry our own weight. I can't lean on you
and depend on you to keep me out of trouble." This was an old argument but
Kodi seemed to me taking it more personally than usual.
"Friends are supposed to help each other."
"Well, yeah but ... Syl, it's important to me that I ... that I'm an
equal partner not a sidekick. I mean ... we're a team but ... because we want
to be one not because I can't manage without you. Please?"
Sylvite was a little surprised it was such a big deal but shrugged.
"Sure, if it means that much to you I'm happy to let you keep trashing
everything between home and the school." Kodachi gave an embarrassed giggle.
"So what's up? You've got that good news gleam in your eye."
Her friend grinned. "What would you consider good news from my house?"
"Alan's been sent on a one way trip to the North Pole?"
That got a chuckle. "Yeah, that would be good wouldn't it? But I said
good not fantastic, didn't I? So I'm afraid not but I've got something
that'll do for now." She paused dramatically then blurted, "Aunt Ti dropped
by to talk to Dad last night and I got a private word with her. She's told
me if we drop by her office at five she'll be free to talk to us."
"Hey, that's great!" Sylvite frowned, "Well that gives us about an
hour and a half to kill after school so ..." She realized Kodachi was looking
apologetic again. "What's wrong?"
"Ummm, I sorta bent the power rules again so I've got cleanup duty after
school again. Sorry." Sylvite shook her head but honestly wasn't really
"You're hopeless. Okay, I'll hang around and wait for you."
"Oh, you don't have to help me mop ..."
"Whoa! I said I'd wait, not that I'd join the cleaning crew. I'll go
hang around the field, maybe hit a few homers." Kodachi tried the puppy dog
eyes but it didn't work. "Hey, you just got through telling me you didn't want
to depend on me."
"Nuts, I've really gotta work on my timing." At this point the teacher
came in and they stopped talking and tried to look fascinated by the prospect
of spending another beautiful day in school. Fortunately in Crystal Tokyo
there was never a shortage of excellent weather.
The day seemed to drag more than usual for both of them as they tried
to work out what they were going to say to Sailor Polaris. The school day
ended and the majority headed home, there not being sports today, while the
unlucky few got to work. If you could call it working because unless a
supervisor was hovering nearby the cleanup crew were very lackadaisical. It
wasn't so much lack of school pride as knowing that cleaning droids would
be deployed as soon as they left. Not being particularly fond of make-work
projects or particularly tidy Kodachi was grateful when the time came to stow
her broom and head out. Things had been a bit more tense than usual with Luke
and Mara not speaking to each other and trying to get her to take sides.
While she hadn't her natural inclination was to side with Mara. Luke hung
around with Sylvite far too much for her liking. Worse, Syl liked him and
thought he was okay. She considered him just a friend but as far as Kodachi
was concerned he was just like Alan! The only difference was Luke's behaviour
was restrained by his shyness. It really aggravated that Syl didn't pick up
on that. She got very uncomfortable when she saw them together. Not that
she was being possessive but ... but boys were only interested in girls for
their bodies. Why couldn't Sylvite pick up on that?
"Kodi-chan." Sylvite waved and Kodachi felt her worries fade. She
always felt better when Sylvite was near. Luke wasn't any sort of rival.
Sooner or later he'd do something stupid and Syl would tell him to get lost.
Then it would just be the two of them and ... And what? It was at this point
that things always got confusing. "Hoy, wake up! You're getting that dreamy
puzzled look again." Kodachi snapped back to reality.
"Sorry, just ... you know ..."
"Wondering what we're going to say to Aunt Ti, right?" Kodachi nodded.
"Me too. I think we should get right to the point. How about you?"
"Umm ... actually I think a little build up would be good. Once proud
names languishing in the dust and so on ..."
"You sure that's not laying it on too thick?"
"When it comes to Aunt Ti you can't overdo it. At least that's the
impression she gives but who knows? Wish Hem-chan was around to ask instead
of studying abroad."
"Those are the breaks."
"Yeah, so are you gonna jump us over or do we walk?"
Sylvite glanced at her watch. "Since we've got half an hour to kill and
it's such a nice day why don't we walk?"
"Sounds good." The two headed through the gate and started meandering
towards the palace exchanging gossip. As always Sylvite lost herself in
contemplating the city around them. No matter how many times you saw it
Crystal Tokyo remained the most beautiful city in the world. Beside her
Kodachi wondered why they had stopped holding hands when they walked together.
As children they'd done it all the time without thinking but now they never
did. Why? There was nothing wrong with it was there. But she didn't wonder
too much being content just to be with Sylvite. Why didn't they walk together
"Hey beautiful, why don't you ditch your kid sister and join me for tea?"
Oh yeah, now she remembered.
In her office Sailor Polaris studied the images before her while she
waited for her niece and old friends' daughter. Actually she had wrapped up
the day's work some time ago. This was a personal matter. Once again she
shook her head and muttered, "The Dire Butterfly?"
She was 99% certain that this new lesser senshi was her daughter. The
powers matched, the appearance was very close and who outside of their little
circle had even heard of dire butterflies?
Well, anyone who bothered to read "Encyclopaedia Metallia" actually.
Hence the lack of 100% certainty. Okay, so if it was her daughter what was
she supposed to do? She could hardly say running around in a fuku fighting
evil was a bad idea. At least not without sounding like a complete hypocrite
considering she had started her own senshi career at a much younger age.
Besides this new senshi seemed to know what she was doing, someone had trained
her well. The logical suspect was Azurite given their similar powers and the
time they had spent together but that didn't seem to quite fit. She
wasn't sure why but ... She sighed. Something was going on, Azurite was
mixed up in it along with Hem-chan and the Princess and she wasn't alone in
thinking this. But whatever it was Serenity obviously knew about it so that
gave it an unspoken seal of approval. Which was okay for most people but,
like Rei, she found it frustrating being out of the loop.
The intercom flicked to life and she saw the two girls in the lobby.
"Let them in." Her secretary nodded and waved them through. Now, what was
this all about? Kodachi had seemed very serious for a change when she had
approached her last night. She wondered if her niece knew the source of her
name. Both her parents had been stuck trying to come up with a girl's name
they could agree on. She had suggested the name flippantly and they had both
been taken with it. Fortunately that had not been an omen as Kodachi showed
neither interest in poisons or a seriously unbalanced personality. Ironically
if anyone resembled the quasi-fictional Kunos it was Kodachi's brother who
bore something of a mental and physical resemblance to Tatewaki Kuno. Luckily
it wasn't an exact match and she suspected things had become exaggerated when
Alan decided Shakespeare and Hemingway were the greatest writers of all time.
A dangerous combination in her opinion.
Looking a little hesitant but resolved the two girls entered her office.
Reminding herself that they were both the same age Titanite asked, "So what
can I do for you two?" They looked at each other then Kodachi plunged into a
Titanite was more than a little surprised by the request they laid before
her. Perhaps she should have seen this coming. After all Alan had revived
the Tuxedo Mask identity not that long ago. She remembered Cal asking
Endymion if he minded during an informal get together. He hadn't having not
used the name for centuries and claimed that, with hindsight, he had come
around to the majority opinion that the name was a bit silly to start with.
Which had kicked off the usual rambling discussion of how Sailor had become
integral to the names of Senshi. As Ferrite wasn't around to answer
definitively everyone had laid out their favourite theory. Which ranged from
the plausible to the downright ridiculous. But that had nothing to do with
her young visitors' request.
"So what do your parents think of this idea."
Kodachi beamed, "Mom's all for it and Dad didn't object. Of course he
couldn't after letting Alan wear that tuxedo but I really don't think he
Sylvite nodded, "Mom said she's got no more use for Sailor Arcturus so
if I want to use the costume that's fine. Dad was kinda leery but he made us
both transmuters so he must think it's okay." Ti hid a chuckle, Sylvite
could bend her doting father around her little finger but hadn't picked up
on that yet. Probably just as well. She steepled her hands and looked
Kodachi and Sylvite were holding their breath waiting for Titanite to
speak. It was impossible to tell what she was thinking. At length she said,
"A very long time ago when I was your age I decided I wanted to be a Sailor
Senshi. Neither my brother nor Sylvite's parents were particularly keen on
the idea but they trained me anyway so I wouldn't get my fool self killed.
They did a good job though I didn't appreciate it as much as I should have
with hindsight. But if they hadn't then I'd never have made it past being a
teenager and I owe them for that. So it seems the least I can do to show you
some of what I learned. Now this won't be intense combat training, I'm not
really qualified to do that, but more how to be a good lesser senshi. So
if that's what you want, that kind of training I can provide."
The two broke into grins and began thanking her profusely. Titanite
smiled back and tentatively began working out when she had free time and just
what she would teach them. She wasn't planning anything too serious. Basic
posing, adlibbing and a few neat moves should suffice for girls who wanted to
look like senshi but didn't have any enemies. She would also stress the
importance of not venturing outside the city to look for adversaries until
she pronounced them ready. In a few months, a year or two at the most, they'd
either have lost interest and given up or realized how little they actually
knew and sought real power maximizing training from her nephew Daisuke or
their parents. But for now it couldn't hurt to teach them a few things they
would never have to use for real.
After all this was Crystal Tokyo, the safest city in the world. What
could possibly go wrong?
End of part 2
Next : Titanite gets her answer and has to mallet a few wiseguys. Plus why
a girl who doesn't want to attract guys will dress like a senshi.
by Mark Latus
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