- A rewatch of KonoMini revealed the name Mari (Melting Chocolate) is also from that series.
- I have a new series in mind, a call back to my past and my love for magical girl series, which may or may not make it on to tumblr.
- Plus there’s a new series I’ve looked into and am now dying to see someday – Samurai Flamenco!
“’The heck is wrong with your hair? It’s longer or something…Maybe your human self is trying to become more like your angel self, and because your angel form has long hair it’s very noticeable.” Martin moaned and tossed his head, revealing it was getting even longer.
After school Tetsuya, panting and in panic, found Katsuo at his apartment, having made sure his mum knew where he was first. “’The Devil and his Friends’, that book-”
“Calm down, bro,” Katsuo told him, “we’ll figure it out, alright?” He produced a copy of the book he’d just bought and handed it to his younger cousin. On the front, a pentagram with a line horizontally through it was etched into the leather.
After a defogging of Tetsuya’s glasses, the two looked through the book - nothing unscrupulous about the appearance of the book – then its text.
Tetsuya’s head began to throb as he realised there were spells woven into the text. He refocused his attention on the book and started pointing out the spells, naming each one in the process.
Katsuo shook his head, a smirk on his face, when he realised how Tetsuya could recognise them all - back in his time with Avisel, he’d only wanted to focus on being friends with the god whereas Gabriel wanted to learn as much about magic as he could.
“The ‘true form’ spell is in here loads of times, and the ‘prolonging’ spell is here a few times too. No wonder I’m getting affected, but how come Ryou isn’t?” Lucifer was a redhead but Ryou’s hair hadn’t gone red at all.
“More prolonging spells? Some seal that ascertains that this doesn’t affect fallen angels?” Katsuo was now just throwing wild suggestions at his cousin.
A raised pointer finger told Katsuo his latest suggestion was not as crazy as he thought it might have been, but then it was jabbed at the cover - the pentagram on the front did just that.
“Let’s talk to the demons about it!” Tetsuya declared.
Meanwhile, Asmodeus was on the roof in better fitting clothes and with a wide smile over his tanned face. The full moon was causing the demons’ power to seep out from the book and cause havoc!
Katsuo: If this continues, someone’s going to suspect something.
Martin: *halfway through a box of instant noodles and mumbling indecipherably*
Katsuo: I’ve never seen you with such an appetite before, Martin. You normally eat next to nothing!
Martin: *slurps loudly and sweeps long hair out of his noodles* I was saying, you’re right. I’m freaking myself out.
Tetsuya: I guess it’s because he’s reverting to his red-eyed form and not the timid version we’re used to. Once we’ve talked to the demons though we’ll have a solution…
Ryou: Hey, wait for me!