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flandre scarlet, hong meiling, and izayoi sakuya (touhou) drawn by yumiya
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    Siegmund

    Stab Meiling later Sakuya, waking flan up now would be a baaaaaad idea.

    WillieGR

    Correct me if I'm wrong but, does Meiling remind Flandre of her mother or something like that on the first 5 panels? It's still adorable!

    Siegmund

    That's my guess.

    dandan

    well, Meiling has a very motherly body in Yumiya's works. Even if Flan forgot about her real mama, I think Meiling's image would replace her easily

    mobo

    Translated except for that last line. I'll leave that to someone else.

    cereza

    I need the last line... please...

    Siegmund

    The last panel confuses me tho, I suspect this is related to the previous strips but when did meiling leave?

    HeroofWind1

    Siegmund said:
    The last panel confuses me tho, I suspect this is related to the previous strips but when did meiling leave?

    I think it "gone forever" refers to Flan's emotional state, whereas "getting angry" refers to Sakuya getting angry at Meiling for slacking all the time.

    mobo

    HeroofWind1 said:
    I think it "gone forever" refers to Flan's emotional state, whereas "getting angry" refers to Sakuya getting angry at Meiling for slacking all the time.

    Nah, I'm pretty sure she thought Meirin wouldn't ever come back out of the basement.

    Siegmund

    HeroofWind1 said:
    I think it "gone forever" refers to Flan's emotional state, whereas "getting angry" refers to Sakuya getting angry at Meiling for slacking all the time.

    Makes sense.

    Krugger

    HeroofWind1 said:
    I think it "gone forever" refers to Flan's emotional state, whereas "getting angry" refers to Sakuya getting angry at Meiling for slacking all the time.

    Best explanation I seen so far

    WillieGR

    Err... I think they sent Meiling in to have Flan completely destroy her... Good thing it completely backfired. This is just too endearing, don't you think?

    ftahgn

    Hm, I guessing that Sakuya assumed that Meiling was gone. I mean, since both she and Flan were sleeping, some time must've passed, so Sakuya thought that Meiling was killed by Flan's unstable-ness (since she didn't come back, since she was asleep), and she came to check, and found both of them asleep. Something like that.

    WillieGR

    ftahgn said:
    Hm, I guessing that Sakuya assumed that Meiling was gone. I mean, since both she and Flan were sleeping, some time must've passed, so Sakuya thought that Meiling was killed by Flan's unstable-ness (since she didn't come back, since she was asleep), and she came to check, and found both of them asleep. Something like that.

    Yes, I believe you hit the nail on the head. Makes quite a lot of sense.

    ftahgn

    In any case, Flandre's sleeping in the first panel is cute-ness.

    Sigfried666

    I think Sakuya is just being sarcastic, saying "gone for good" as "you didn't return to your post for far too long".
    I know Sakuya is somewhat violent, but I can't see her meaning she expected Meiling to have died in this strip.

    ftahgn

    Siegmund said:
    The last panel confuses me tho, I suspect this is related to the previous strips but when did meiling leave?

    Well, for "I thought you were gone for good," like I said earlier, Sakuya thought Flandre killed Meiling and stuff.

    "...how am I supposed to get angry after seeing this?" Well, I'm guessing that anger or annoyance is the first thing that Sakuya feels when she sees Meiling slacking off and sleeping. Since Flandre's sleeping with her, the cute-ness is not making her angry. Something like that.

    HeroofWind1

    I just realized something. Flan's mother in this strip looks a bit like Yukari... Now, it's almost definitely me over-thinking, but I have to wonder if the artist did that on purpose...

    ElleLowel

    This really touched my heart in three ways.. I love this.

    Shihion-fon

    i love the Sakuya's expression near the end.

    user 329668

    This has to be my fav meiXflan images/comics

    user 358670

    The updated translation of what Sakuya is saying makes so much more sense.