Saki Fantasy Mahjong ~ Side Story 01

~ Saki Fantasy Mahjong ~

~Side Story 01 ~


There was silence in the stadium, everyone cannot believe their eyes.

“The Winner of the match and our Current Reigning Champion – Miyanaga Teru.”

The moment the referee announced the winner, the whole stadium descended into a state of pandemonium. The ones who lost their winnings were crying that the fight was rigged. Others were laughing in satisfaction at the huge killing they made. The competitors were no better. Various fighters were crowing about the downfall of their former bitterest adversary, while a select few were glaring daggers at the red head for defeating said former champion.
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Saki Fantasy Mahjong – Chapter 1 The Mahjong Club

Disclaimer¬†: No I don’t own Saki and never will. I’m just killing time by borrowing Ritz-sensei’s characters.


Chapter I – The Mahjong Club

“Miyanaga-san, according to the tests you can possibly become a mahjong practitioner in the future, do you want my recommendation to apply to Kazekoshi?” the kindly school councilor asked the shy student. Continue reading

Saki Fantasy Mahjong – Prologue

Disclaimer:¬†No Saki does not belong to me. I am just borrowing Ritz-sensei characters because I’m horribly bored waiting for Teru next week. Hopefully, she’ll say something other than ron, pon, chi and tsumo. If not hope, I hope the members of Shiraitodai will have some interaction or lines.


Prologue


“Very pretty!” said Gandalf. “But I have no time to blow smoke-rings this morning. I am looking for someone to share in an adventure that I am arranging, and it’s very difficult to find anyone.”

“I should think so-in these parts! We are plain quiet folk and I have no use for adventures. Nasty disturbing uncomfortable things! Make you late for dinner! I can’t think what anybody sees in them,” said our Mr Baggins –

Miyanaga Saki stopped reading – a sakura petal had fallen on the book. Looking up, she saw many more petals falling toward the ground. As her eyes tracked the petals dancing with the wind, she become aware of her surroundings. Continue reading