Anonymous said: A prince, huh? Well you certainly fit the description. You need a princess though, don't you? I'd be willing to take the role.
Don’t be ridiculous. My sister is the only princess I require.
Though I’m not against a little role-playing, I think I would prefer a wandering knight or minstrel, or perhaps a stable boy. Junpei and Santa seem like the sort who’d be suited to mucking out stalls, don’t they?
Anonymous said: (A follow up to the Axe Ending question, from a different anon. [Also, I apoligize if this appears in your ask as a duplicate; my internet cut off when I tried to send it before and I wasn't sure if you would receive it.]) /Defending/ herself? Is /that/ what she told you? (By the way, her skirts /are/ too short. That's alright, though; her legs are absolutely /sinful/.)
If she judged the other people in the game to be a threat for any reason - there was no shortage of suspicious types in the game, remember - then I trust her decision. She is my sister, and I am understandably fond of her. More than that, I believe in her completely.
That being said, killing the others and taking their bracelets was the most efficient way to win the game. I applaud her resourcefulness, if I cannot agree with her methods.
As as side note, I would categorize the length of my sister’s skirts decidedly under the subject heading of ‘not my damned business’. So long as she is not breaking decency laws, nor violating a dress code at her place of work or study, neither is it yours.
Whether or not you enjoy ogling Clover’s legs is immaterial to whether or not is alright she dress in the manner she finds comfortable. It is alright because she is a grown woman who has the right to dress however she pleases.
Anonymous said: Does it require a lot of concentration to hear things from afar? Particularly in one moment, Junpei was speaking with you and you paused in mid conversation because apparently you heard the other team pass through Door 4.
I am perhaps more attentive to the sounds and vibrations around me than a sighted person. Perhaps it would be more difficult for someone less brilliant to be so aware of their surroundings?
I was not attempting to hear them, if that is what you are asking. Rather, I recognized Clover’s voice and movement, and became momentarily distracted.
Anonymous said: What is your favorite activity?
—But in seriousness, I enjoy reading and researching subjects that I find interesting. There is little I find more thrilling than the pursuit of pure knowledge.