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Maria TachibanaSeries: Sakura TaisenCharacter Age:
20Canon: Set in an alternate 1920's Japan full of anachronistic technology, Sakura Taisen is a series that answers the age-old question of what would happen if the members of the Takarazuka Revue (an all-female musical theatre troupe) also piloted giant robots to fight against demons. Because everything's better with giant robots.
Maria is one of the most senior members of the Teikoku Kagekidan, and its vice-commander. Formerly a Russian revolutionary, then a bodyguard for the mafia (and all before she was eighteen, too), Maria's experiences have made her tough, unemotional, extremely competent with a gun, and prone to starting sentences with "On the battlefield..." Of course, since Sakura Taisen is actually a harem anime of sorts based on a dating sim (no, really), she has a soft and fluffy center beneath her cold exterior, but she doesn't let it be seen very often.
(Note: I will be playing her primarily from the TV series, though her characterization doesn't vary much between the approximately 9,999 versions of her canon.)Sample Post:
Generally, evil does not isolate itself far from civilization. It goes where there are people: people it can prey on, whose weaknesses it can exploit. The biggest cities cast the biggest shadows, so to speak; swamps like this one tend to cast almost none at all. Besides, I suspect evil prefers the comforts of civilization to camping in the wilderness, but that is beside the point.
That said, however, it seems there really are exceptions to every rule, because this place is quite overrun with demons of all sorts, some of which are rather... verbal. At least they seem to be far weaker than the ones back in Tokyo, even if there are more of them. I should have little trouble keeping them at bay. I do find it rather distressing, however, that I can't seem to make contact with the base from here. Every time I attempt to radio them, I only get a voice saying something about a "database error." Technology may not be my area of expertise, but I doubt that that is a good sign.
At least I seem to be rid of the crocodile demons that were accosting me earlier. They are particularly talkative -- one of them asked me if I thought love could bloom on the battlefield, of all things. Of course, I believe that on the battlefield, personal affection is only a liability, but I decided to shoot the creature rather than waste my breath attempting to explain my point of view. Talking to them rarely seems to have any effect, in my experience, but bullets to the face seem to get their attention.
-- ah, it seems one of the crocodile creatures has returned. Well, actually, most likely it isn't one of the ones from before, as it doesn't appear to have been shot. Besides which, I don't recall any of them walking on hind legs and carrying a gun. This one does talk as well, though --
... No, I am fairly sure that in Russia, crocodile did not
, in fact, shoot me.