Umineko – Turn of the Golden Witch – Tea Party

Last time, none will be left alive.

So, metagame time! I’m curious to see what tack R07 will take with this going forward so that it’s not just a repeat of stuff meta!Battler and Bea have already discussed during the route proper.

Still can’t believe how long it took me to make the Dante connection.

Rosa wakes up groggily in a strange place, which Bea sitting across from her saying she’ll find whatever she wants if the current selection isn’t good enough. In front of them is tea.

 “It’s just that, ……I am very much a witch. I think it would be wise to ask for something that only a witch can grant. Isn’t this a rare chance. You can actually receive a favor from me, Beatrice the Golden. *cackle*cackle*!”

Bea blows on her pipe and the room feels with gold bars. Rosa still is too zonked to speak or move.

Bea continues on, saying some things gold can’t fix, and she can help with that, too.

“How far must the deep wounds in your heart recede before they can be healed? ………This is, ………deep, deep. ……Sometimes, wounds close up when a fragment of something is still inside. …Even when those wounds appear to have healed, they will continue to throb for all eternity. Sometimes you have to open the wound once to completely heal it.”

Bea catches her eyes, and Rosa starts to feel sleepy, very sleepy.

Rosa flashes back to her siblings abusing her as a kid.

I was always punished suddenly and then later told what the punishment was for, in a forced manner, but it was always something I didn’t remember doing.
……So I really hated Krauss nii-san.

[…] She was always a very sly person, and she often lied to me, tricked me, bullied me all time. It had seemed like I was stupid, and she said it was only natural for stupid people to be swindled by those better than them. So I wanted to become a wise person like Eva nee-san, and listened to what she said, but when I obeyed her, for some reason, someone always got really mad at me.
……So I really hated Eva nee-san.

[…] When Krauss nii-san was around, he was friendly with Krauss nii-san. When Eva nee-san was around, he was friendly with Eva nee-san. …And when Krauss nii-san wasn’t around, he was violent like Krauss nii-san, and when Eva nee-san wasn’t around he played dirty like Eva nee-san. And even though he was also bullied most of the time, when Krauss nii-san and Eva nee-san weren’t around, he gave me two people’s worth of bullying.
……So I really hated Rudolf nii-san.

[…]  becoming an adult is the same thing as separating yourself from all of those memories. Therefore. No matter how much time passed, Rosa couldn’t become an adult.

……Even though she had been blessed with a daughter called Maria and was called a mother, …she didn’t at all feel like she had become an adult.

Bea says she feels sorry for Rosa because of all this, and wonders how to help her. After much deliberating, she snaps her fingers and a rich banquet appears. Rosa thinks that this is an odd way to make up for what her siblings did to her. She’s also still unable to move, so goat servants have to feed her. Oh, are they just going to eat her?

As the goats give her wine, Bea is like, oh, btw, I mixed your brother’s blood into the wine. Rosa immediately coughs and spits it all out, because obviously.

Bea’s like, and here’s my torture device! And sure enough.

Bea snaps her fingers again, and Krauss appears in the machine, and it starts running. Bea says she can revive and re-kill her victims as many times as she wants. Isn’t this just the perfect way to get revenge for how they treated Rosa!

Once again, the goat head servants tilted a deep red glass against her mouth. …Rosa tried resisting by closing her lips, but the deep red liquid was relentlessly poured into her mouth, which was hanging open with shock, and the inside of her mouth was filled with a ghastly sweetness… It was definitely a fragrant sweetness. The living blood of her brother, who had given her such hateful thoughts and made her soak her pillow so many times, had been collected from his death, repeated dozens of times. It wasn’t as though the crimson-stained wine wasn’t sweet.

But Rosa tried to spit it out. Because of that, the deep red wine that spilled out of Rosa’s mouth looked just like a bloodstain.

……Now that she knew that this ghastly substance wasn’t a simple aperitif, Rosa couldn’t help but feel uncomfortable about what would happen if this banquet continued.

Geez, Rosa, I know you’re magic-drugged but ‘this makes me kinda uncomfortable’ is a slight underreaction to ‘time to eat your siblings.’

Honestly it’s so hard not to love how much fun Bea has being evil.

Anyway, dessert is Maria! dun dun dun

Suddenly, a muscular goat cook was holding Maria under his arm. And Maria gazed at Rosa with a face that was only slightly sad.

As Rosa spat out the food that was continually being carried to her mouth, as she was covered with filth and saliva and blood, she resisted filthily and screamed.

“…If you… think I’m a burden… I don’t mind if you eat me. …After all, I’m always doing horrible things to you. Even when you bring a man over, I can’t stay quiet. When you spend the night out with a man, I get lonely and unruly and make a mess of my room. When I go to search by myself, I get lost, the police pick me up, and you’re shamed. When you don’t come home for several days and I cry and have to be consoled by the neighbors, you’re shamed.”

It’s kind of beside the point right now, but Maria continues to map very well on to autism — autistic kids tend to wander if the doors aren’t locked and struggle with changes to routine.

“Because I’m like this, I’m a burden to Mama. Sorry for being born. So, I’ll become delicious oven-baked apples for Mama’s sake.”

Maria vanishes, and Rosa starts screaming for it all to stop.

 “Have you been satisfied with my hospitality…? Then I’ll have you accept it. That I am a witch. Proclaim it. ‘Ushiromiya Rosa accepts that Beatrice is a witch’!!”

Rosa’s like, yes, you’re a witch, holy shit!

Bea says, well, great, but I’m going to kill Maria anyway.

“*cackle*cackle*, hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!! I finally made you acknowledge it!! That crafty Battler has already surrendered, and I made Rosa, the fool who denied me even after being invited to the Golden Land, accept it!! Perfect!! <It’s perfect!!> I’ve accomplished my perfect victory!! […] ”

Suddenly, Battler! He punches Bea, lol.

“Slice up your cow tits and make me a sandwich.”

Surely you had time to come up with a better entry line, Battler.

“And Maria. It’s ten years too early for you to talk about having someone eat you up. But in ten years, you’d better say that to me. Promise.”

Is… is this Bat asking Maria to proposition him for oral sex when she’s 18? Am I insane? Is there another way to read this line????? I’m just going to move past this because wtf.

Moving on from the worst cool entrance ever made.

“Sorry to keep you waiting, Aunt Rosa. I’d forgotten. This is a one-on-one fight between me and this woman. It’s totally wrong for me to give in. Thanks to you hanging in there, I’ve gotten my will to fight back!!”

Why could you not just start with this.

They’re both like THE GAME ISN’T OVER YET.

“While we’re waiting, why don’t you tell me all about it? There were a lot of closed rooms in this game. Using red, I’ve smashed to bits most of the methods by which you tried to talk yourself out of them. What other evasive quibbles will you show me now?!! The lock to the chapel, the lock to Jessica’s room, the lock to the servant room, the lock to Natsuhi’s room, the lock to the parlor!! Use your bizarre specialty, those delusions, rantings, daydreams, and bluffs, all slanted with ridiculous, incredible turns of events, and show how you can thoroughly deny meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!”

Bat is like NO, LOCKED ROOMS, MY ONLY KRYPTONITE!!!

Battler strikes his Ace Attorney pose, and the actual game credits roll.

Well, that was kind of disappointing. It does wrap up some necessary plot loose ends, and in a spectacularly weird way, but I was hoping for some meta discussion about the route. Womp womp.

I mean, hey, at least we now know Rosa will stop short of literally killing and eating Maria.

Anyway, next time:

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52 Comments

  1. beanbug says:

    Is… is this Bat asking Maria to proposition him for oral sex when she’s 18? Am I insane? Is there another way to read this line????? I’m just going to move past this because wtf.

    Unfortunately, no other way to read it. Rest assured, Beato is friends with Maria and will murder him very painfully if he tries that shit.

    Bat is like NO, LOCKED ROOMS, MY ONLY KRYPTONITE!!!

    Battler, walking around and noticing a random room is locked: dammit. I’ve lost. I can’t possible fight Beato now. Fuck. It’s all useless.

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  2. Heatth says:

    Is… is this Bat asking Maria to proposition him for oral sex when she’s 18? Am I insane? Is there another way to read this line?????

    I think in the original “to eat someone” is an euphemism for sex in general. Which doesn’t makes it at all better, yeah.

    Well, that was kind of disappointing. It does wrap up some necessary plot loose ends, and in a spectacularly weird way, but I was hoping for some meta discussion about the route. Womp womp.

    I mean, half of the regular story was already some meta discussion about the route. =p But, yeah, I understand what you mean.

    I mean, hey, at least we now know Rosa will stop short of literally killing and eating Maria.

    Now now, you aren’t being fair. Rosa won’t kill and eat their siblings either! Isn’t her such a good person? Though I guess, unlike Maria, they kinda deserve it.

     

    Btw, now you are so close to finish EP2. Back when Umineko was first being released, Ryuukishi also released some “Extra-TIPs to go along with it. These were some extra stories or commentaries that aren’t essential to the VN plot but could still provide some interesting extra context on the story and characters.

    The first couple were published together with EP3, if I am not mistaken, and are called Bernkastel’s Letter and Anti-Mystery vs Anti-Fantasy. If you are curious, I can give a link for you to read.

    1. illhousen says:

      I mean, half of the regular story was already some meta discussion about the route. =p But, yeah, I understand what you mean.

      I think we’ll just have to accept that there isn’t a distinction between meta story and story story. Beatrice took over, and she’s more interested in hosting banquets than discussing stuff she’s already told Battler. If he can’t keep up, that’s his problem.

  3. Nerem says:
    Battler seriously seems to think that’s how you’re suppose to talk to women.

     

     

    I’m guessing he got it from Rudolph, who is a real shithead.

    1. illhousen says:

      Well, kids being shaped by their parents, mostly to their detriment, was a major undercurrent theme in Umineko so far, so it’s not an unreasonable interpretation.

      On the other hand, I feel like there has to be a better way to show shithead’s influence that doesn’t run the risk of being seen as the usual anime shit.

  4. Cosmogone says:
    Goddamnit, Battler, why must you say/do something cringy or stupid every time I’m about to praise you.

    >>Bea says she can revive and re-kill her victims as many times as she wants.

    You know, it’s just now occuring to me that the VN wants us to understand the nature of witches instead of just denying their existence, so okay. Between Beatrice’s ability to reset time and Rika (or, more probably, meta!Rika) being here, I wonder if Beata’s going through the same time loop deal Rika went through. And I guess she’s faced with some impossible task too? I’m not sure that’s the actual connection, maybe you’re qualified to be a itch according to a completely different criteria. At least this hypothesis gives us a few interesting questions to work with:

    1) Why is Beatrice seemingly so different from Rika? She can control “furniture”, drag people into her meta world, etc. Or can Rika do this too now?

    2) Does this mean Beatrice definitely has a physical body in the real world? I don’t think the time loop will be broken if somebody just stabs her, but it’s possible.

    3) Actually, wait, would Hanyu qualify as a witch as well? Imo, it’s her Beata bears more similarity to. i think the idea of Beatrice being this VN’s les literal hateworm that drives the Ushiromiya to kiil each other, rather then being directly responsible herself would be really interesting, but where does it leave us?

    4) Is Beatrice trapped in the time loop herself, in a way? On the one hand, it seems that she just keeps re-killing everyone on the island for funsies and her game with Battler is just an additional entertainment. On the other hand, didn’t the tea party of the first route outright say that the ritual can’t be completed without everyone aknowledging her as a witch? What does this mean in real-life terms?

    (Also shit, I think I’ve been spoiled to a rather important future development – though, ironically, it just confuses me further)

    P.S. Thanks again for doing this Let’sRead, Act. It’s kinda weird, but I’m genuinely having more fun than I would just reading the VN on my own.

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    1. beanbug says:
      You know, I’ve been thinking. Those goats must be communist. After all, they want to eat the rich! 

      1) Why is Beatrice seemingly so different from Rika? She can control “furniture”, drag people into her meta world, etc. Or can Rika do this too now?

      Beato is garish and likes BDSM, hence the furniture. 

      2) Does this mean Beatrice definitely has a physical body in the real world? I don’t think the time loop will be broken if somebody just stabs her, but it’s possible.

      Beatrice ‘exists’! What that means is up to you to decide. 

      (Also shit, I think I’ve been spoiled to a rather important future development – though, ironically, it just confuses me further)

      Dangit, did we let slip that Beato’s magic is all based on her maintaining the AO3 title Witch of Femdom? 

      That aside, Chiru is really hard to solve without a lot of the information that episodes 5-8 present. If you got hit with a Chiru thing out of context, you probably aren’t able to figure it out now, and will not be able to for some time. And if it’s a question arc thing, you only really got a clue a little bit ahead of time. Just focus on what the witch has given you for now. 

      1. illhousen says:

        Dangit, did we let slip that Beato’s magic is all based on her maintaining the AO3 title Witch of Femdom?

        You jest, but I can actually put forth a serious argument that Beatrice is the Witch of Fanfiction (and not in a sense of being into kinky stuff but in a sense of metafiction interpretation). Unfortunately, it relies on a couple of facts from later episodes that are not really spoilers but are heavily connected to spoilers, so we’ll have to wait.

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        1. Hyatt says:
          I’d argue that someone else deserves the title of Witch of Fanfiction, but again, spoilers, have to wait.
        2. Keltena says:

          Heh. A friend of mine actually has a fairly comprehensive list of fandom-based Umineko witch titles (which I think are very on-point), and Beatrice is a Witch of Fanfiction by her classification too. I’m glad this isn’t an isolated opinion.

        3. CrazyEd says:

          … Let’s be real, though. In a sense of metafiction interpretation… But also in a sense of being into kinky stuff.

      2. Cosmogone says:
        >>You know, I’ve been thinking. Those goats must be communist. After all, they want to eat the rich!

        Oh shit, and Beata’s signature colors are red and gold. It all makes sense now!

        >>Beatrice ‘exists’! What that means is up to you to decide. 

        You know, after thinking about it for a while I’m now convinced that the actual answer will be “Beatrice both has a body and doesn’t, somehow, because Ryukishi hates me personally”.

        >>Dangit, did we let slip that Beato’s magic is all based on her maintaining the AO3 title Witch of Femdom?

        HEH. Well, it seems that the spoiler was from the next route, so it’s probably no big deal, but basically someone hinted that sheavgher zvtug or noyr gb orpbzr n jvgpu, naq V thrff gung’f jung’f hc jvgu Orngevpr? Well, at least I wasn’t told what’s up with Genji, which is currently my biggest question… somehow.

        1. illhousen says:

          You know, after thinking about it for a while I’m now convinced that the actual answer will be “Beatrice both has a body and doesn’t, somehow, because Ryukishi hates me personally”.

          Quite obviously, Beatrice exists as a cursed portrait that, due to Kinzo’s obsessive magick, occasionally comes to life and wanders around.

          That notionally satisfies the fair play rules as the portrait was introduced to us early on, and so counts among the list of suspects.

          Plus, just look at it.

          It’s clearly plotting something.

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          1. Cosmogone says:
            …I absolutely hate that a joke explanation makes more sense that most of the magic that’s actually going on.
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          2. beanbug says:
            Gonna be honest, ‘Beato is actually a cursed painting, and everybody that has ever owned her portrait dies mysteriously’ is a really cool AU idea. 
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        2. beanbug says:
          As you said, what you got spoiled on happens early/mid next route, so I wouldn’t consider it a major spoiler. 
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  5. illhousen says:

    I must say, that scene was pretty hilarious in the anime:

    I mean, it was intended to be absurd and over-the-top in its evil, but actually showing what VN tells us… produced odd results.

    Is… is this Bat asking Maria to proposition him for oral sex when she’s 18? Am I insane? Is there another way to read this line????? I’m just going to move past this because wtf.

    Aaaand Battler’s perviness rises its ugly one-eyed head again.

    What I don’t get is that it’s not even a major character trait of his, which would be bad but at least understandable in a “audience wants it” misconception way. As it is, there is a couple of scattered comments from him like that here and there, but otherwise he’s portrayed as a decent sort, so what’s even the point of them?

    I guess it could be that he’s intended to be generally like that, but R07 understands that when murders start, any person would drop that shit, so it ends up as a characterization footnote…

    IDK why it’s here, really. Beatrice’s fetishes at least tie in with her role and add to the whole wicked witch routine she has going on.

    1. Act says:

      Everything about that image is ridiculous. What is that face??

  6. Hyatt says:
    Look up “cycle of abuse” in the dictionary and you’ll find a picture of Ushiromiya Rosa.
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    1. Keltena says:

      Look up “cycle of abuse” in the dictionary and you’ll find a full Ushiromiya family portrait, let’s be real here.

      1. illhousen says:

        Well, Jessica seems alright?

        *Next episode reveals that Jessica is actually a witch and was planning to sacrifice Kanon to Satan. Satan got there first.*

      2. Hyatt says:
        All of them fit, but Rosa is the single best illustration of how the abused becomes the abuser. This Tea Party is basically it in a nutshell, minus showing her actually hitting Maria and just implying the abuse.
  7. bta says:
    I *think* the charitable interpretation is that Battler makes gross sex jokes to defuse tension and absolutely doesn’t take them seriously, but the end result is indistinguishable enough from the usual anime crap that it becomes really grating.

    Fortunately, it’s an element that’s mostly dropped after this episode, though it doesn’t mean the game becomes totally free of the “this is why I’d never recommend this to normal people” grossness.

  8. illhousen says:

    So, I’ve got an idea to feed Umineko to Botnik predictive keyboard and see what happens. Unfortunately, there is no transcript of Umineko available for obvious reasons, so I did the next best thing and just fed it Act’s LP. Here is a quick result:

    “The kids are charging the door to the golden land. It’s inevitable or something. This is him at the wedding convinced the camera is going to backfill the details she needs to justify. The scene ends with bat thinking that even if this all sounds crazy, it is. After all, the gold from the golden land will soon be left to me.

    It would be very ineffective for them to force us to solve the riddle. Asking the person who made it in the first place would be much quicker and easier because of that unavoidable fate. He also gets a weird look on his face looking like he didn’t, and the clock strikes midnight. “

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    1. Act says:

      I feel like it says a lot about Umineko and my writing that this makes perfect sense to me. (it really does sound like me…)

      Anyway good to hear I get the gold.

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      1. CrazyEd says:

        “The kids are charging the door to the golden land. It’s inevitable or something. This is him at the wedding convinced the camera is going to backfill the details she needs to justify. The scene ends with bat thinking that even if this all sounds crazy, it is. After all, the gold from the golden land will soon be left to me.

    2. I mean says:
      This is amazing.
    3. Heatth says:

      Unfortunately, there is no transcript of Umineko available

      Actually, the Something Awful Let’s Play (the link ist to the archive, not SA proper) is pretty much just a transcrip of the game. It is missing the stuff on the screenshots, but most of the text is there.

      1. illhousen says:

        Thanks. That should be enough for training the keyboard. I’d probably get to it next weekend, though.

      2. Hyatt says:
        I read this one. Same sort of deal, transcript with some screenshots mixed in, commentary in italics, but different author. Maybe it’ll have in text some of what yours has in screenshots?
  9. Cosmogone says:
    This is completely offtopic, but guys. GUYS. I think I figured out what’s up with Shannon and Kanon!

    Okay, I’ve been wondering about Kinzo’s polydactyly, but so far we don’t have enough direct evidence to tie it to anything murder-related. But what if we try a different angle? I’ve researched polydactyly a bit and it turns out to be usually tied to several other congenital disorders, especially if more than a couple of generations are affected.

    You might remember that earlier I offered the idea that servants from the orphanage might be Kinzo’s children. If it’s true, they apparently might have both polydactyly and other connected symptoms (at least that’s how I understood it?) They both put a lot of emphasis on “furniture’s” inability to love, so maybe this is a little more literal than the VN makes us think and they really believe that something physically prevents them from having normal relationships. Wikipedia tells me polydactyly can be a symptom of Smith-Lemli-Opitz or McKusick-Kaufman syndromes, which, among other things, affect genitals. This also fits with how Beatrice mocks Shannon about the (lack of) sexual aspect of her relationship with George.

    Additionally, if Shannon and Kanon are aware about their relation to the Ushiromiya, they may be reluctant to pursue their respective relationships because incest.

    This theory doesn’t explain why Genji is “furniture” as well, but it may really be that 1) Kinzo promoted him to a honorary Ushiromiya due to his loyalty or, alternatively 2) He’s Kinzo’s inpoverished relative and, considering Kinzo was said to have cut all ties with his previous family, he might also be petty enough to force Genji to hide their blood relation.

    (Guys, I don’t really know much about genetics, so if what I’m saying is stupid and far-fetched please feel correct me).

    1. Act says:

      This makes a loooooot of sense, especially in light of the one spoiler I accidentally ran into.

      if Shannon and Kanon are aware about their relation to the Ushiromiya, they may be reluctant to pursue their respective relationships because incest.

      Or, if they don’t know (can’t have some servant after that inheritance!), it explains why the family is so against it above and beyond social mores.

      1. Cosmogone says:
        Aw, man, I’m sorry you had to run into a spoiler. I hope it was at least something relatively minor?

        >>Or, if they don’t know (can’t have some servant after that inheritance!), it explains why the family is so against it above and beyond social mores.

        !!! That a great point.

        Come to think about it, this might even explain why Beatrice wants/expects them to help with her plans.

      2. Heatth says:

        This makes a loooooot of sense, especially in light of the one spoiler I accidentally ran into.

        Hmm, since there are other first time readers around, I won’t ask what that spoiler is, but assuming it is a real spoiler, will you remember to mention it on the blog proper? I am curious.

        PS:Although, now that I think about it, if you intent to hide that information, won’t that compromise the blog? You won’t be able to talk honestly about stuff related to it, no?

    2. Heatth says:

      That is a great post. I think I said before, but I love reading your comments on here.

      1. Cosmogone says:
        Aw, thanks.)) I try my best (except the times when I’m too lazy to think about magic and just whine for somebody else to explain).
    3. CrazyEd says:

      … Eh. Distant incest is hardly the weirdest thing this family has normalized.

  10. beanbug says:
    know what time it is

     

    time for ushiromiya wint. They’re @seadrils on twitter, and though most things they post are spoilers, there are a couple I can post here. All of these were made as somebody was playing, so luckily they’re spoiler-free. Expect a couple more as episode 3 goes on. 

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    1. Keltena says:

      If we’re posting memes, I think I’m obligated to share this too:

      Art of Battler typing away frantically, going “FUCK!! FUCK! FKUC!!”. Open on his computer is the Wikipedia page on “Rokkenjima Murder Incident”, the summary of which reads, “The Rokkenjima murder incident happened during the time frame of October 4 and October 5 on 1986, the family was ALL KILLED BY ME BEATRICE!!! WITH MAGIC!! KYAHAHAHAHAHA[1]“. The sidebar is labeled "When they cry” and shows an image of Battler crying, wearing nothing but a collar, captioned “Battler being incompetent” in red text.

      (Source is here. No spoilers on that page, but the rest of the artist’s blog might have some, so I wouldn’t click around.)

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      1. beanbug says:
        I never touched 4chan, but occasionally funny stuff from there refurfaces on twitter and such. Apparently it was one of the fandom hubs, along with animesuki back in the day.

        (sorry this one is hard to read! couldn’t find any other version)

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        1. Ghost says:

          That’s 4chan? I always wondered what site those screenshots were from.

        2. CrazyEd says:

          Fucking wild to see someone refer to 4chan as a “fandom hub”.

          1. Heatth says:

            4chan is not as monolitic as many think. There are boards that are actually quite ok, with a minimum amount of nazis. It also got a lot worse since the late 00s, if I am not mistaken.

            1. CrazyEd says:

              I know that. That’s what makes it so weird to see someone… frankly, to associate fandom culture with 4chan at all. /a/ and /tg/, at the very least, are far better places to discuss their topics than your typical “fandom hubs”, at least the last time I checked.

              And… considering /a/, that’s fucking saying something.

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            2. Heatth says:

              Yeah, even if you discount all the nazis, 4chan is still a rather bad place to discuss stuff due the fleating nature of the board.

              Still, I remember a there having being some good discussions there, for both Umineko and Higurashi. I didn’t visit often, and I rarely posted, but I do remember that being a thing. I think it wasn’t on /a/, though. Probably on /v/? Or some other obscure board. 4chan format is a lot more tolerable if a new topic isn’

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            3. Heatth says:

              I accidentally posted mid sentence

              I meant to say 4chan format is a lot more tolerable if a new topic isn’t being created every 5 seconds.

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          2. Act says:

            If your fandom is Hitler it makes perfect sense!

        3. Act says:

          That second one is amazing.

      2. Hyatt says:
        Battler’s edits keep getting reverted because he’s not good at citing his sources and coming up with a cohesive thesis. Beatrice’s aren’t because she has the best source of all, the culprit, and she explains exactly how things happened.
    2. Cosmogone says:
      This is true art.
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    3. Act says:

      This is the best crossover

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