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Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest]

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#1Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:11 pm

Poropo Poproporp
The monk was ready for his big part as not only the protagonist of a Hinoki Theater play, but had the privilege of playing as himself, Poropo Poproporp! The monk was so happy to be recognized for the work he was doing and able to perform as part of a large play! Poropo thanked Manager Yua for the opportunity, "Thank you so much, Manager Yua - I love working here and you seem to think so in return. I appreciate all the hard work you do, too."

Manager Yua blushed at the shower of compliments coming her way, but the real reason for the monk being the center of attention was the monk's "stage sidekick" - Tomura Matsukaze was the leading script writer and editor of the Hinoki Theater and a prolific stage performer. The monk had been the villain to Tomura's hero in a previous play, but the rolls were different now - Tomura was the sidekick of Poropo's hero!

The monk went to Tomura as well to not only thank the script writer but also ask what was expected, "Thank you as well - may the Iron Deity bless you, Manager Yua, and everyone else in this theater! So, what do I need to do first?" The monk was excited to be part of this type of biographical play.

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#2Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:16 pm

Poropo Poproporp
"Right right, you are very welcome, monk - now give me some space," responded Tomura as he waved off the monk like an annoying pest - Tomura was not all too thrilled about conceding his position as the protagonist of his own play, but getting the star of the play to play as himself was too great an opportunity to pass. Tomura knew what made a play great - genuine emotions and honesty! If something did not look real to the audience, then the performers were not believing in their roles like they should be! Tomura continued with the very foundation of his acting philosophy, "all I need from you is to be honest about who you are - can you do that for me, Kind Monk Poropo?"

The monk nodded wordlessly as he gave Tomura space - the monk knew better than the anger an individual who was willing to hurl fireballs on a flammable stage as their costars. Tomura never messed around and Poropo was happy to comply - being part of a genuine experience for the purpose of entertaining a large audience felt unimaginably fulfilling to the usually lonesome monk. And besides, the monk people knew of the monk and his god, the Iron Deity, the better, believed Poropo.

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#3Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:23 pm

Poropo Poproporp
Poropo and Tomura rehearsed their lines for a couple days as other plays wrapped up their final viewings within the Hinoki Theater. The monk and playwright bounced their performances off of one another in an attempt to gauge the proper level of genuine emotion and truth - a play was good if there was honesty, but there still needed to be a little extra to make the performance a play instead of a normal conversation. Plays within the Hinoki Theater had a little extra sprinkled into the genuine emotions in order to sell the performances to the anticipating audience.

The day of the big play, the monk had to come in a few hours before in order to be costumed, caked with makeup, and to rehears his script with the other performers also being costumed and caked with makeup. The makeup was slathered thickly while the costumes were fitted comfortably - neither could be afforded to come off during the performances! While reading the script and saying his lines at the right time within the round-table of other performers, the monk mentally clasped his hands and mumbled a prayer for the Iron Deity to hear, "Oh Iron Deity, please bless this play with genuine emotions and honesty - I wish for the audience to be dazzled like never before."

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#4Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:29 pm

Poropo Poproporp
Poropo, Tomura, and the other performers were ready for the big play! There was an oddly accurate representation of the Ayakashi among the performers which spooked the poor monk who had to apprehend the real Ayakashi when first visiting the Hinoki Theater as a bodyguard. The monk waddled over to the acting Ayakashi and attempted to ease his own nerves while giving advice, "you are the spitting image of the Ayakashi, but you are not him unless you sell the terror he gave me back in the bamboo grove, hah hah hah! I am thankful he is not actually standing in front of me at this very moment - do your best to scare me, too!"

The "fake" Akayashi looked down at the monk - their mask looked well sculpted and hide the eyes and mouth very well. The monk was already terrified of this individual, but when they said nothing and stared off into space again - the monk got a sinking suspicion something was off about the Ayakashi performer. Worried just enough to ask, the monk waddled over to Tomura and Manager Yua, "are you sure he is not the real Ayakashi?"

Manager Yua laughed while Tomura answered, "are you stupid, monk? The real Ayakashi would have tried to kill you by now!"

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#5Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:36 pm

Poropo Poproporp
The hour of the play had arrived and the performers, including Kind Monk Poropo playing as himself, were as ready as they could be to dazzle the audience! The exaggerated experiences the monk had encountered for the sake of the Hinoki Theater would be put on full display for the audience to either experience again or for the first time! The monk was obviously nervous about playing as himself in front of a live audience - rehearsal was not at all the same compared to the conditions presented by blinding lights, cheering audience members, and moving set pieces! The actual movement of the script was not performed nearly as much as the speaking, so Poropo was also worried about remembering to choreography.

Tomura seemed to notice the monk's hesitation to begin the play after the announcer narrated the introduction of the play, "hey, get it together, Kind Monk Poropo. You are the star and a star needs to shine bright - don't you dare let the audience see your cowardice now." The angry playwright was correct - Poropo was the star of the show and a star needed to shine brightly to be seen! The monk shook off his anxiety and strutted onto the stage with confidence befitting a monk of the Iron Deity!

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#6Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:42 pm

Poropo Poproporp
The monk came onto the stage with a much needed swagger as the script demanded! The monk played out his first experiences as a bodyguard for the Hinoki Theater and the dangers of facing off against the Ayakashi - the Ayakashi performer seemed to be doing really well and the monk was feeling as terrified as the first time he encountered the Ayakashi. Tomura also seemed very convinced by the performance of the Ayakashi performer, but everyone went smoothly - the audience loved the performances so far, but the best parts were only just coming up!

As the play went on, a strange interruption happened - the Ayakashi performer come onto the stage against while Poropo and his sidekick Tomura were having a conversation within the context of the play. Tomura and Poropo looked at the Ayakashi performer who shouted, "I am the Ayakashi and I will have my vengeance! RAAAAAAAH!" The monk and playwright gave each other a look which signaled to the other this was not part of the play.

Neither Poropo nor Tomura planned for this to happen to surprise the other - the Ayakashi performer was just going berserk all of a sudden and they had to continue performing as if nothing off-script was happening! The monk prepared by using Titanium Body to defend himself while Tomura launched a blast of fire!


#7Poropo Poproporp 

Poropo Heroic Performance! [Quest] Empty Fri Sep 24, 2021 9:48 pm

Poropo Poproporp
The monk and playwright were fending off what felt like the real Ayakashi while the audience was blissfully unaware of the goings on of the struggle! Tomura and Poropo were fighting the real Ayakashi and they knew something bad would happen if the Ayakashi had his way and defeated them - the other performers would be in trouble while the play would be ruined! However, the play could also not be cancelled - too much work was poured into to stop halfway through! Tomura and Poropo would need to improvise lines which fit the situation as if the play was still happening!

"You did not defeat me last time and you will not defeat me this time! I even have a friend to help me, right Tomura!?" The monk said what felt like a proper line he would say in this kind of situation while looking to Tomura for approval. Tomura nodded wordlessly as Tomura would likely do in this situation as well - the duo of monk and playwright were doing great at fooling the audience! The Ayakashi was angry the audience was not taking this battle seriously - there seemed to be a barrier formed by some performers who happened to know magic, pretending to be dancing as part of the background clutter.

Everything was shaping up to be an epic performence tonight as the Ayakashi was slowly being pushed back! Tomura and Poropo launched one last attack with their improvised fighting performance and kicked the Ayakashi off the stage! The audience went while with anticipation with what would come next and the play did not slow down one bit! The rest of the performances were greatly improved thanks to the dire situation they had found themselves in moments ago - the Ayakashi had wanted to ruin this play and hurt some performers, especially Poropo, but nothing bad happened which allowed the play to end and the monk to be paid handsomely!

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