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hong meiling and izayoi sakuya (touhou) drawn by inu tsuki
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    Siegmund

    Damn gotta give Meiling credit, that's a lot of pain for a kiss.

    Krugger

    Who came to the mansion that could do that. Looks like she is hiding the injuries from Sakuya, this could be very touching when translated, then again it already is

    Tetrominon

    I wonder if she isn't saying goodbye...

    Siegmund

    Tetrominon said:
    I wonder if she isn't saying goodbye...

    I think in this case Meiling is very worried about Sakuya's health and knows that she would try and tend to her (Meiling's) wounds if she knew it was really as bad as it appears to be.

    At the same time Sakuya knows Meiling is hiding how hurt she really is from her.

    Xiaounlimited

    At first it was Heart-warming, but ultimately if this were added to a pool it's quite Soul-crushingly Depressing.

    Goddamn BAD END

    Kimchi

    So depressing, wtf. ;_;

    Krugger

    His previous works were really bad after battle scenes but this time its really bad, and to think I thought it was touching potentially heart warming.

    leary

    Indeed, both heart warming and depressing, my favorite kind. Tears for Meiling. ;_;

    rainday

    Jesus, who's attacking the gates, the Mongel Horde?! And why would you do that, to get your ass handed to you by vampires?! I want to beleive the lighter option(that Meiling jas a lot of ochies and doesn't want Sakuya to worry) but that text about her being busy tonight and the tear, it's rather worrisome.

    Siegmund

    rainday said:
    Jesus, who's attacking the gates, the Mongel Horde?! And why would you do that, to get your ass handed to you by vampires?! I want to beleive the lighter option(that Meiling jas a lot of ochies and doesn't want Sakuya to worry) but that text about her being busy tonight and the tear, it's rather worrisome.

    I still think "won't be coming back tonight" is as simple as it seems. She just means tonight.

    Sakuya needs rest and if Meiling was there bleeding all over the place, Sakuya would worry and not get the rest she needed. At the same time Sakuya knows Meling is hurt badly and is telling her she knows and don't be stupid and go off somewhere and die just because you are worried that I am not feeling well.

    Krugger

    Siegmund said:
    I still think "won't be coming back tonight" is as simple as it seems. She just means tonight.

    Sakuya needs rest and if Meiling was there bleeding all over the place, Sakuya would worry and not get the rest she needed. At the same time Sakuya knows Meling is hurt badly and is telling her she knows and don't be stupid and go off somewhere and die just because you are worried that I am not feeling well.

    This is exactly what I have been thinking, was also wondering if it had something to do with Sakuya's life span why Meiling was crying

    Siegmund

    Krugger said:
    This is exactly what I have been thinking, was also wondering if it had something to do with Sakuya's life span why Meiling was crying

    My guess is the "Sakuya is getting old and dying bit they love to do.

    karharoth

    Goddamnit "Inu tsuki", if you're trying to make me cry, it's working

    Sigfried666

    It's too dramatic a dialogue.
    This seems to be take on a mortal Meiling, having been mortally wounded.
    She drove of or defeated all the invaders, and she does not want to cause Sakuya any worries when she pass away.
    What gives such notion is the expression and tear in the colored panel.
    She feels too sad and pained for something that would be alright with some days of rest.

    Krugger

    Sigfried666 said:
    It's too dramatic a dialogue.
    This seems to be take on a mortal Meiling, having been mortally wounded.
    She drove of or defeated all the invaders, and she does not want to cause Sakuya any worries when she pass away.
    What gives such notion is the expression and tear in the colored panel.
    She feels too sad and pained for something that would be alright with some days of rest.

    I dearly hope not cause I will cry no manly tears but out right baby baww.

    What I am hoping for is what I interpret from his earlier works, it seem Meiling changes when angry or in serious danger from post #459136 (assuming that horn is a horn). So I am more hoping its Sakuya worried that Meiling will lose herself in her anger, and also the fact that Meiling is in danger and she(Sakuya) cannot help her for whatever reason. Meiling said she hasn't been well for a while so maybe its genuine concern for Meiling getting injured.

    Freyjadour

    Is that eirin arrow?

    Krugger

    Freyjadour said:
    Is that eirin arrow?

    Could be but I doubt Meiling would have been able to ward her off without Sakuya or Remi's help, then again Meiling is badly injured, could be some guy with an army thought he could take the mansion that only has 1 guard out front, its anyones guess, I was all for it being Eirin till I saw the knife an broken blade in Meiling's back

    Krugger

    Call it bittersweet its a touching moment but at the same time it is sad

    bangnhi

    Sigfried666 said:

    It's too dramatic a dialogue.
    This seems to be take on a mortal Meiling, having been mortally wounded.
    She drove of or defeated all the invaders, and she does not want to cause Sakuya any worries when she pass away.
    What gives such notion is the expression and tear in the colored panel.
    She feels too sad and pained for something that would be alright with some days of rest.

    Darn you ;_; I was tear up at Sakuya's painful expression then when I saw your comment I cry for real ;_;