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    Has no one ever explored Shirou's potential blood family? And don't come here with the "that isn't Shirou and no longer exists" fish floss. Someone has probably written a story for this...

    I wish to know if any reader here knows where to search...
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    More like did anyone do a good job of it
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    I don't think there's much to go on to even make a story.

    I guess you could spin something with Muramasa. I'm getting a Shokugeki no Soma vibe but with blacksmithing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafflesiac View Post
    More like did anyone do a good job of it
    Robe and Wizard Hat wasn't too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafflesiac View Post
    More like did anyone do a good job of it
    I am not a Type Lunatic (elitist), so I can take anything that's written legibly and has an interesting or whacky story. I am looking for Emmerich cheap entertainment, not depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Historia View Post
    I don't think there's much to go on to even make a story.

    I guess you could spin something with Muramasa. I'm getting a Shokugeki no Soma vibe but with blacksmithing.
    I'd prefer it if it didn't have a crossover vibe to it. Has no one successfully made an OC centric Type Moon story that has been buried beneath the "1000 Ways of doing FSN" or "the Emiya gland strikes again" plethora of fics?

    Like fics that don't have a pseudo-Archer, edgelord or "getting all da bitches" version of Shirou that you could actually see in a Western YA book?
    "Over rotted Soil, under blighted sky, a dread Plague the Wicked hath wrought. In the Light of the Gods, Sword-Sworn at his Side, against the Dark, the King's Battle is fought. From the Heavens high, to the Blessed below, Shines the Beam of a Peace long besought. "Long live thy Line, and this Stone divine, For the Night when All comes to Naught." 15:2 ~ Nadir

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsGryffynn View Post
    I'd prefer it if it didn't have a crossover vibe to it. Has no one successfully made an OC centric Type Moon story that has been buried beneath the "1000 Ways of doing FSN" or "the Emiya gland strikes again" plethora of fics?

    Like fics that don't have a pseudo-Archer, edgelord or "getting all da bitches" version of Shirou that you could actually see in a Western YA book?
    Yes.

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    I agree exploring the possible blood relation he has with Muramasa could be an interesting hook.

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    My first thought when somebody suggests something like that is, why?

    A Shirou before the fire is a completely different character. He's not related to the story in any way, he isn't related to the Shirou we know in any way, and he isn't related to any of the characters we know and like in any way- what you're asking for is literally Just Some Guy Called Shirou Random Japanese Last Name, He Does, I Dunno, Regular People Stuff, But Set In The Nasuverse For No Real Reason, the fic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyak View Post
    My first thought when somebody suggests something like that is, why?

    A Shirou before the fire is a completely different character. He's not related to the story in any way, he isn't related to the Shirou we know in any way, and he isn't related to any of the characters we know and like in any way- what you're asking for is literally Just Some Guy Called Shirou Random Japanese Last Name, He Does, I Dunno, Regular People Stuff, But Set In The Nasuverse For No Real Reason, the fic.
    Apocrypha's Shirou has slice of life potential. But, then, why chose that Shirou when we have all the other ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyak View Post
    My first thought when somebody suggests something like that is, why?

    A Shirou before the fire is a completely different character. He's not related to the story in any way, he isn't related to the Shirou we know in any way, and he isn't related to any of the characters we know and like in any way- what you're asking for is literally Just Some Guy Called Shirou Random Japanese Last Name, He Does, I Dunno, Regular People Stuff, But Set In The Nasuverse For No Real Reason, the fic.
    There is only 1 good reason why you would ever use Shirou like that. Because you are trying to make Capsule Servant a thing.
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    That's exaggerating my point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyak View Post
    My first thought when somebody suggests something like that is, why?

    A Shirou before the fire is a completely different character. He's not related to the story in any way, he isn't related to the Shirou we know in any way, and he isn't related to any of the characters we know and like in any way- what you're asking for is literally Just Some Guy Called Shirou Random Japanese Last Name, He Does, I Dunno, Regular People Stuff, But Set In The Nasuverse For No Real Reason, the fic.
    Precisely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by You View Post
    There is only 1 good reason why you would ever use Shirou like that. Because you are trying to make Capsule Servant a thing.
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    A certain provincial city. In these novels, the Holy Grail War doesn't occur there, of course, and as a result, the mayor of Fuyuki, Himuro-san, doesn't get a pained stomach from that Great Fire Disaster.

    And of course, that red-haired boy is living there with his original surname unchanged, but still having a honest and upright personality (as shown in his appearance in Capsule Servant), and likely going through days with a love comedy-like tone, along with a twin-tail magic-fist user and her cheerful little sister who laughs like a high-class young lady
    So Apocryoha Fuyuki Shirou is essentially an older Capsule Servant Shirou in personality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warellis View Post
    So Apocryoha Fuyuki Shirou is essentially an older Capsule Servant Shirou in personality?
    I believe you just answered your own question.

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    So this is obviously unfinished, but does anyone have my thoughts or opinions? It’s another crack piece so there’s no need to take it too seriously.

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    No, Seriously, What is Fifth Magic?
    In which, among other things, Aoko uses Fifth Magic, and Stuff™ happens

    Aoko had no idea why she agreed to go camping with Shiki and most of his harem. She wanted no part in this. Here she had a boy with supernatural powers surrounded by a vampire, a Burial Agent, a half-demon with a brother complex, and two maids who were both equally crazy albeit in completely different ways. And as for herself, she just made things explode, including herself… sort of. She had no idea how they were all going to get through two nights of this without having to dispose of at least one body.

    If they were lucky, it’d just be the Dead Apostle Ancestor and by the following week, no harm will have been done. In the meantime however…

    “Does anyone else find it kind of chilly?” asked Kohaku.

    Akiha shot a stink eye her way.

    “Great. Now that you've mentioned it, I’m starting to feel it all of a sudden!” she complained. Aoko actually felt the same, but she didn't feel the need to voice it. Instead, she just solved her problem the only way she knew how. By evoking supremely destructive energy. Or in layman's terms, she made a the air around her body start exploding. It solved her heat problem. Unfortunately, now everyone was staring at her.

    “What? This is what I do.”

    Hisui stared.

    “Show off…” Akiha grumbled. Suddenly, her expression brightened. “Oh wait! I can do one better! Big Brother, please insult me.”

    Shiki looked about ready to run for his life, as did Ciel and Arcueid, despite both of their respective forms of near-invulnerability. It wasn’t surprising: Akiha was a menace when she was moody, to say nothing of her behavior when she actually lost her temper.

    “He told me yesterday that he thinks you’re flat as an ironing board,” Kohaku said brightly, well before Shiki could come up with a plan. The color immediately drained from his face, and Arcueid, Ciel and Aoko probably didn’t look much better. Akiha however looked ready to murder something. Her hair was billowing about in an absent breeze.

    “I-I swear, I never said anything like that!”

    “Shiki! Your sister has a scary look in her eyes!” Arcueid stammered. “Like she’s preparing to devour the souls of the damned!”

    “I’m not even going to bother with any of the obvious snarky responses to that, why would you say that, Kohaku?!” Ciel screamed. “She could kill us all just for bringing that topic up!”

    “I thought it would be an exciting experience,” Kohaku answered with a disconcertingly cheerful smile. “Also…”

    Akiha’s hair finally turned blood red and burst into flame.

    “Ah, that’s nice and toasty,” Kohaku finished.

    You could have just lit a campfire you nutcase!” Ciel snapped. “Come on, Akiha, you know deep in your heart that she’s lying!”

    NO I DON’T!” Akiha roared. Her hair quickly extended, snatched Shiki off the log he was sitting on—or rather, about to escape from—and started slamming him into the ground repeatedly. She was looking warmer though, as was Kohaku, if one could draw any positives from the situation.

    “Are you feeling warmer, Master Akiha?” Kohaku asked, and her tone would have fooled anyone just joining the conversation into thinking that she was a perfectly normal and demure maid.

    Well, maybe not anyone. It was pretty hard not to notice that there was a girl with flaming hair ferociously smashing a (seemingly) hapless boy with glasses into the dirt next to the conspicuously cold fire pit.

    “Yes, as a matter of fact I am,” Akiha nodded, still scowling. She whacked Shiki against the forest floor one last time before putting him down, much to his cautious relief. She continued leering at him but didn’t actually make another move at him, simply watching him as her hair blazed around her.

    “Shiki!”

    “You okay?”

    Arcueid and Ciel both hurried over to him.

    Hisui stared at him enigmatically.

    “Y-Yeah…” he nodded, taking Arcueid’s offered hand to sit up.

    “Ow,” he moaned.

    “What hurts?” Ciel asked.

    “You should be asking what doesn’t,” Shiki grumbled.

    “That bad, huh?”

    “I can see a few cuts. I’ll get those patched up,” Ciel said, digging through her knapsack and pulling out a portable first-aid kit. She proceeded to start wrapping bandages around a number of visible injuries. He’d need to see a proper doctor later, but this would do for now. Meanwhile, Shiki watched as blue flames swirl around his Master.

    “I know I’ve asked this before, but don’t you have any idea about what Fifth Magic is supposed to do?” he asked.

    “Honestly, who cares? All I can do is make things explode. Doesn’t really matter that much. Even if it does anything else, I wouldn’t know.”

    “What if we minimized your power output?” Kohaku suggested.

    “Uh, why?”

    “Well, maybe your spells explode because they’re just overloaded,” the maid elaborated.

    “And exactly how would I be able to tell?”

    “I dunno. But I could test it. I can concoct something on the spot. Give me a few leaves, ten minutes, and I’ll have you a powerful sedative that also prevents the dosed subject from losing consciousness.”

    “That sounds way too sketchy,” Shiki protested.

    “You’re one to talk,” Ciel chided.

    “You’d have a point, except I’ve never drugged anyone!

    Aoko pondered a moment while Hisui stared blankly at her.

    “Ehhh, I suppose it couldn’t hurt,” she decided.

    “Couldn’t hurt?! With all due respect, Sensei, have you completely lost it?! Kohaku basically said that she was going to experiment on you!”

    “What’s the worst that could happen?”

    “Oh, I don’t know, unwanted cybernetic implants, lapses in memory, circular vomiting—“

    “What the hell does that even mean?”

    “I don’t know, but Kohaku told me it was a potential side effect of something she spiked my coffee with one morning. Ask her.”

    “Maid, what’s circular vomiting?”

    “I dunno,” Kohaku titled her head to the side.

    “Wonderful. Anything else, kid?” she asked, watching as her apparent apathy visibly drove Shiki crazy.

    “Meatsplosions…?”

    “That’s the stage name of my favourite male porn star,” Aoko said shamelessly.

    Shiki threw his arms up in defeat. “You know what? Fine! If you really don’t have any sense of self preservation, go ahead and let her use you as a guinea pig. See if I care…”

    He stomped off, leaving the campground, quickly followed by Arcueid and Ciel.

    “You know that by saying that, you’re implying that you actually care a lot,” said the Burial Agent as they walked away.

    “Yeah, yeah.”

    Hisui stared, her eyes empty blue canvases of fantastical mystery.

    * * * * *

    Kohaku wasn’t kidding. She had asked for some common, garden variety plants and a few weeds, and when Hisui brought them back, she had something ready before another ten minutes were up.

    But looking at the strange concoction that the eccentric maid had (created [find a better word, Drac, you reptilian mook]), Aoko was having second thoughts. All those leaves had been green, so why in the world had they turned a rusty red color after being ground up with a mortar and pestle? Wait, no that was the wrong question. It was more appropriate to ask how that had happened. And come to think of it, why did Kohaku just happen to have a mortar and pestle in her camping gear? Granted, her stuff was in a mechanical suitcase that she operated with some sort of remote control, but that was beside the point.

    On the other hand, as she had said earlier, what was the worst that could happen?

    “Before you drink that,” Kohaku said matter-of-factly, “I feel obligated to warn you that potential side-effects include but are not limited to drowsiness, loss of balance, low-blood pressure, nausea, battle frenzy, headache, delusions, collusions, puzzles, and schlick failure.”

    “Okay wait, some of those were seriously—”

    “Bottoms up!” Kohaku chirped, tilting the bowl back and pouring the mixture down Aoko’s throat. She immediately started choking, spitting out at least half of the almost certainly toxic substance.

    Hisui stared dispassionately.

    “Ugh, that tasted like horse f— whoa!” she yelped as she toppled over. She frowned. Rolling her eyes. “So, loss of balance; check.”

    Kohaku pulled a notepad out of her kimono and jotted something down.

    “Oh hell, I’m actually starting to feel tired.”

    Kohaku giggled. “Wow, that was fast!” she murmured under her breath. “She’s all ready for you, Shiki!” Kohaku called.

    They heard a voice cry out in the distance, followed by a rhythmic thunking sound; the easily mistakable sound of someone banging their head against a nearby tree.

    “I regret everything!” Aoko groaned. “Every life choice that led me to this singular moment has been the wrong one.” She resolved to put the fear of God into the maid once she was a fully armed and operational battle station again. Wait…

    No, seemed about right.

    Still, what were the chances of her experiencing more than one side effect? Besides, there wasn’t a lot that could hurt her: She was a motherfucking sorcerer! There weren’t a lot of those.

    She shook her head. Okay, delusions too. Great. She decided not to tell Kohaku. Spiteful, yes, also unsafe, but it made her feel just a little bit better.

    “Ugh, I can barely bring myself to move,” she muttered.

    “I can see that. Any other effects that you can recognize?” she asked. Aoko shook her head groggily.

    “Alright then, let’s get to business,” Kohaku said. Try shooting something,” she looked around, considering what would be a good target. “How about that tree over there? The one standing on its own?” she suggested, pointing.

    Aoko rolled her eyes, but forced herself to raise her arm and use her innate abilities. She fired off a single short-range cannon force shot.

    The usual glyphs formed in the air in front of her, but the result was…

    Well, it wasn’t what she was expecting. A glowing blue line now extended from her arm to the tree she had shot.

    “Hmm… well how about that…” Kohaku nodded with interest.

    “Hmm. This is exciting,” Hisui agreed in her usual monotone.

    “So, now what?”

    “I dunno,” Kohaku shrugged, “do what seems natural, I guess?”

    Well, that was helpful. Note to self (if you even remember any of this by tomorrow morning), Kohaku is useless. USELESS!

    She followed the maid’s advice anyway and attempted to pull on the glowing line.

    She immediately careened into the tree, smacking her head against a branch and falling flat on her back.

    “Sensei!” Shiki hurried away from his tree at the edge of the campground and ran to his master’s side, helping her sit up. “You alright?”

    “Just peachy…” she growled. “Sorry for not listening to you earlier. I’ll be sure to take her weirdness more seriously next time.”

    She looked around and focused on a large rock, insomuch as she could focus while feeling tired and suffering from minor head trauma.

    “I’ve come this far though. Might as well keep testing. That was weird.”

    “Probably just a one-time occurrence,” Shiki added hopefully.

    “In regards to catapulting me into a tree? Definitely. Something else might be okay though.”

    “That's the spirit! Let’s do it!” Kohaku shouted. Her sister clapped gleefully. Though it was impossible to tell. Her eyes were as blank and unreadable as they always were. Which was very blank and unreadable. Shiki genuinely expected that he wouldn't have been able to see her lines of death had they been over her eyes. “So what should we try next?”








    “I’ll try and make something explode without pointing.”

    “So, same as usual?”

    Aoko grimaced, feeling just a little bit grouchier now. This kimono-clad maid seemed to have an almost impressive talent for getting under her skin.

    “Yes…” she said, grinding her teeth.

    She stared at a rock, focused as hard as she could, and did what normally would have atomized it.

    Instead…

    “What the… who? How? Where am I?” the creature in front of them blinked, looking around at its new environment and acquaintances with apprehension. “Uh… I mean… …skriss?”

    Kohaku stared.

    Aoko stared.

    Shiki, Arcueid, Ciel, and Akiha all stared.

    Hisui also stared, but that was what she had been doing the whole time, so it really didn’t have to be said.

    “I always knew there was a parallel universe populated entirely with hyperitelligent badgers!” Kohaku squealed.

    “HOLY SHIT, THE MONKEY’S TALKING!” screeched the badger.

    “You already said ‘skriss.’ Doesn’t that imply that you were expecting that?”

    “Not necessarily!”

    This had unsettling implications. The spell that she had used was one of her more common offensive abilities. Did this mean that every time she used it she was pulling a hapless badger out of some parallel universe and vaporizing it?

    “Hey, uh, not to pry or anything, but do people in your world occasionally… spontaneously disappear? And by people, I guess I mean badgers.”

    “Yes, actually. Almost every day! Wait is that all you?”

    “Every day?! Oh thank goodness. It can’t be just me in that case.”

    “Do you know where the others are?” the badger asked curiously.

    “I’m going to go out on a limb and say that crossing over to this world resulted in them exploding every single time.”

    “Oh. I have another question.”

    “I have a good feeling about this,” whispered Kohaku eagerly.

    “Do you believe that Badger Hell is a real place?”

    Well that was a tangent. Kohaku barely could even tell where that came from. It wasn’t just out of left field, it was from an entirely different ballpark.

    “Why do you ask?” Aoko returned squeamishly.

    “Because you’re probably going there. Do you know where I can find some juicy rodents?”

    “You’re not the sentimental type are you?” noted Shiki.

    “Do you even have badgers in your world? We have three moods: Hungry, angry, and curious. Normally we’re angry.”

    “We aren’t keeping her are we?” Akiha asked cautiously.

    “No way in Badger Hell. I am a strong, independent badger, and I have no need for horrifyingly ugly hairless primates. Bye now!”

    The badger scurried off, presumably to get acquainted with its new surroundings, and not very perturbed by the thought of never going home. Weird. Was this badger a sociopath? Wait… if she was, did the mean that all badgers were sociopaths? And if they were, what were the moral ramifications of murdering badgers en mass during a battle between mages?”

    No, those were questions that she couldn’t answer in this state. She could barely even sit up. Also, she was a mage: Morals were more of a troubling afterthought than a way of life for her.







    * * * * *

    “Still, I think we’ve all learned a valuable lesson today, don’t you?” Kohaku nodded cheerfully, flipping her notebook’s pages about with her finger.

    “Honestly, Kohaku,” Aoko said, with a smile, “I think I agree. But you know what?”

    “What?” quipped the maid.

    Aoko’s grin twisted into a deadly sneer.

    “I think I like my usual Fifth Magic just the way it is!” she pointed her arm at the eccentric redhead.

    “I could have told you that you were playing a very dangerous game, sister, but I did not want to insult your intelligence,” Hisui nodded.

    “I should have listened to what you decided not to tell me…” Kohaku agreed.

    —KRAKKOOM!—

    “. . . Ow…”




    And one day, we’ll find out some other uses for Fifth Magic in-canon and this fic will be ruined, but until that day arrives… This is still bullshit.

    Also, does Akiha’s hair actually ignite when her Inversion Impulse activates, or am I misremembering things?
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