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located in Nomimono, a part of Beverage Wars, one of the many universes on RPG.

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Character Portrait: Ryokucha Kotone Character Portrait: Takashi Kuran
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Takashi Kuran


Letting out an almost childish sounding sigh, he gently patted his face, attempting to snap himself out of this depressing state. "Come on, Takashi, snap out of it." He told himself. Twisting the faucet knobs shut, he gave himself a full-body shake before letting out a more preparing breath. "Yosh." The red head gave a fist pump before making his way to the paper towel dispenser and drying his dampened hands.

Stepping out of the bathroom he saw the infamous idol C.C. Lemon-tan stumbling her way to the front entrance, then shifted his gaze onto the notorious Kotone of the Ryokucha Clan. He always found it strange how most of the Tea group came from Clans, he himself coming from a simple little family. Deciding to actually participate in a little social activity, unlike how he practically abandoned Shinko just a few minutes ago, he walked up to the Tea member with his trademark, optimistic Kuran grin. "Hiya! I'm Takashi Kuran, you're Ryokucha, Kotone, right?" He asked with his more well known happy-go-lucky attitude.

Glancing back over at C.C. Lemon who was now exiting the building, he gave the girl a slight smirk, remembering how she dissed her Clan elders earlier in the introductions. Making the connection, he leant back against a nearby table. "Why do I get the feeling that you had something to do with Lemon-tan's current state?" The red head asked, crossing his arms, before nodding his head at the idol, who was making a complete fool of herself. Glancing over at the brunette almost knowingly, before simply shrugging and sitting down on one of the chairs.

Staring down blankly at the table, he suddenly raised his head to look Ryokucha directly in the eye. "Hey, Ryokucha-san, do you ever mistake me for Wine-san?" He asked, tracing his fingers across the table cloth. He took the question rather personally, never actually having asked anyone else the question. He figured asking a person who's somewhat a stranger to him, would let him see this in a different perspective. The red head's tried almost everything to get him some leverage with the ever-so-popular "Wine", but to most of the people at his school or even those that know him personally, he's "Wine's twin", "Wine's look-a-like", or "Wine's long lost brother". He's made a slight reputation, being the mischievous partier, but it was close to nothing against the "Smooth talking, ladies man".