Report: Mirror Forest (2) (Gudako Ordria)

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Report: Mirror Forest (2) (Gudako Ordria)
Date of Cutscene: 16 November 2015
Location: -
Synopsis: Archived report.
Cast of Characters: 908

A text report, submitted by Gudako's Caster!

"Master got bored again, and wanted to visit that mirror and glass forest we went to before, by stepping through a mirror in a particular town in Germany. This time she dragged in a maid, her name was Linne! She was looking for sights, too.

It turned out we stumbled right into an adventuring party again! August Kohler, Hoshi Amakasu, Saber of Black, Kotone Yamakawa and Landon al Cid were all in there, as well as a girl made of water we hadn't met before, Ayako Hasekawa. They were following a trail of petals and the scent of blood.

Eventually we came across an unknown girl, fighting four beings they called Shadows. Everyone did their best to dispatch them, and Linne turned one into a metal statue! For some reason, August and Hoshi really wanted to keep it, like they had something to do with it. They mentioned an Igor. Oh, oh! And the mysterious girl had a Persona, too.

She's called Janine Liberi, it sounds like she has a reputation at their school. She was investigating disappearances caused by something called the Persona Game, where students stare into a mirror and do... something, and end up in the forest. And disappear! Or die. It wasn't... very clear.

It seems like the local teenagers attend a school called Drachenblatt? And Persona seem to be things they summon to fight for them, so maybe the Persona Game isn't named by coincidence! Oh, and if you stay in the forest for too long, the Wolf, Death, it comes and gets you.

That's about all we learned this time. Hoshi seems to really dislike master, too. Somehow I doubt that'll stop master from making more trips there, and we might not be able to avoid a fight forever."