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Kosei High School World History Teacher. Bubbly cinnamon bun personality.

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Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>As Emi's hand is shredded to the bare muscle she lets out a harrowing shriek of agony and fear. Considering just how durable she normally was, the fact that she'd nearly lost her hand in a single moment was nothing short of horrifying.</i> &quot;H-Hold on kids...! We'll get through this!! Hold on...!!&quot; <i>Even she couldn't stay standing. Though she'd persevere for a little longer than Mal and Kazuo, she'd eventually succumb to the overwhelming pain stopping her from even properly taking a breath. As Kazuo grabbed her leg, she looked back at him with tears forming in her eyes. Even if this was a dream, just the sight of her students in such pain filled her with unimaginable despair.</i> &quot;Please... s-stay with... me...! Don't... go... Please!!&quot; <i>As her vision faded she clawed her mangled hand into the floor, leaving a trail of blood as the exposed muscle on her fingers was grinded down to the bone from her vain attempts to get back up.</i><div class='edited'>(edited by Emi_Sumeragi)</div>
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>Seeing as the door wouldn't budge, the next best option was to destroy the skeletal surgeon that was now charging at them. Emi wasn't sure whether or not her Persona was functional in a dreamscape like the present one, but even without it she was sure she could provide defensive support.</i> &quot;Takahara! Behind me!!&quot; <i>She positioned herself in front of Kazuo, raising her fists in a boxer's stance and grinning at the mechanical doctor. Her lungs were starting to burn so there was no way she could win a battle of attrition as easily as she normally did, but she wasn't afraid to start one anyways. The pale-haired woman charged at the skeleton, trying to ram her bare fist into the surgeon's skull, hoping the results were better than on the door.</i> &quot;Eye sockets on me, freakshow! I'll turn you into scrap with just my hands!!&quot;
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>Having seen a miniature of herself being mangled and torn, she decided that perhaps humoring the psychotic skeleton doctor any longer was a bad idea.</i> &quot;I think we should go, we're at a dead-end at this point! Shit, the door's closed! Hold on, kids!!&quot; <i>Emi cracked her knuckles and charged forwards, using her unnatural brute force to quite literally punch the operating room door open. Even should the door be shut by powerful magic, her inhuman strength would likely leave a small dent at least.</i> &quot;I broke out of this place once before, I can do it again!!!&quot;
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>Emi tilted her head at the sight of the skeletal surgeon becoming more theatrical. There wasn't much point to being theatrical in a medical operation after all. When the wound opened up on her neck, she barely even noticed until a significant amount of blood started trailing down.</i> &quot;Ehhh?! H-How'd he do that, I thought he was a surgeon not a magician!!&quot; <i>Seeing as the doctor didn't respond to Malloryn's attempt to communicate, she figured any further attempts would be fruitless.</i> &quot;So, what's the plan? We're all significantly injured, there's nowhere really to go from here, and now we've got a skeleton doctor who seems more concerned with dramatically puncturing my jugular vein than answering our questions.&quot; <i>Having noticed the startled girl beneath the sheet of cloth, she stepped toward the operating table, hoping the surgeon doesn't mind her getting even closer.</i> &quot;I think there's someone in there...&quot;
(: Normal Academy Life :)
<i>Emi returned the handshake firmly with both hands, looking straight into Eiko's eyes assertively with her own bright gold irises.</i> &quot;No talk of when, Eiko-san! You and I will make it out of here together! There has to be a way to overturn this new principal, we just need to figure it out. For now, we need to play along, but there will be an opportunity to turn this whole thing on its head. If we're cooperative, we're bound to find a way out.&quot; <i>At the announcement she gives the roster a scan and raises a brow.</i> &quot;When does class start? Am I even going to have to normally teach?! What's the lesson plan here?! This is so much more confusing than I thought...&quot;
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>Emi gazed onwards at the ghastly operation with an expression that was a mixture of horror and pure confusion, not even sure what a skeleton would be doing operating on a ghost, let alone using tubes attached to some random child.</i> &quot;I'm... not even sure what to do about this... Or even if we <b>should</b> do anything about this. See those windows? They're watching us. This hospital is where I was transformed, but nothing like this occurred here!&quot; <i>She steps forwards, but not too close as to alert any of the observing doctors, rather keeping a safe distance as if she were simply supervising the operation. From here she'd try to get a better look on what exactly the skeletal surgeon was doing.</i> &quot;We could interrupt them, but depending on what they're doing that could have disastrous consequences.&quot;
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>At the sound of Gad's voice Emi started darting her head around to look for the source.</i> &quot;He can do that?! That's pretty handy! W-Wait... Entered our bodies? Water? Sickly? Well the third is normal for me, but I'm not sure about water and entering our bodies.&quot; <i>She runs over to follow after the boy in a quick decision, hoping the child doesn't find it weird that she's trailing behind him.</i> &quot;I'm gonna see where this kid goes! We've got no other clues for now, I'm guessing this is gonna lead us out in one way or another!&quot;
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>Emi's brow raised significantly at the appearance of the Kazuo-like boy, looking back at Kazuo and Mal and pointing at the child with visible confusion.</i> &quot;I know this is <b>my</b> dream but somehow this part is new. Do you two know what this is all about?&quot; <i>As the buzz went off she looked like she practically had a heart attack, briefly cowering out of some sort of very primal reaction. She took a moment to shake off the instinctual fear instilled in her and stepped towards the hall, not quite entering it but peeking inside to see the door that opened if she could.</i> &quot;To think I'd have to explore this wretched place again. This demon has a cruel sense of humor. I'll let you two decide where to go, kids. There's no way in hell I'm splitting from you in this graveyard of a hospital.&quot;
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
&quot;This place is located in Japan, it's a pharmaceutical building. Well... was. I think it's been demolished. Last I saw this place was around fifteen years ago. As for the demon's doing? Likely not, these bodies are usually part of the scenery when I dream of this place. I doubt the demon's killed anyone, at least not here. Most of these are...&quot; <i>Her expression darkened, perhaps moreso than Kazuo and Malloryn would've ever seen before, her eyes even darkened by her own bangs. Her mouth hung open, like she was about to finish her sentence, but instead stayed quiet and carried onward, sliding the lobby door open.</i> &quot;Try not to get too distracted Takahara-kun. This place is like a labyrinth.&quot; <i>As Kazuo examined the rocks he'd find they had an almost sponge-like texture, but his hand would react with an odd numbness when he touched them. The lobby room would be mostly intact unlike the ends of the hallway, with no spiraling rock structures to impede their progress. It was also oddly clean compared to the testing chambers, with not a single person to be found in it.</i>
Shibuya: The Occult Case of the Doll of Dreams
<i>Emi tilted her head at Kazuo as he stared at her, looking over herself like she had some sort of blemish or stain.</i> &quot;How who looked? What're you talking about?&quot; <i>She eventually shrugged it off and continued down the bloodied corridors, stopping in front of one specific room for just a moment. It was quite clearly an office, and on the plating was the label &quot;Dr. Tsukikage Sumeragi&quot;.</i> &quot;I'm sorry you two, I... I never wanted you to see this. You won't have to see it any more once we reach the lobby, it's a straight line from here. Just... don't go into the testing rooms.&quot; <i>Her voice audibly wavered as she struggled to pry her attention away from the room, desperately trying to hide the fact that she was holding tears back.</i> &quot;I'm sure whatever we're looking for is probably in the lobby. It was a big room, after all. Had to be to impress the politicians.&quot; <i>The closer the group got to the lobby, the more the scenery started to twist and warp, with architectural shapes slowly shifting to be completely impossible, and some rooms just seeming to be dead ends with bulbous stone behind them. These were more than likely areas that were gaps in Emi's memory, filled instead by random stone.</i><div class='edited'>(edited by Emi_Sumeragi)</div>

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