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10:24:04 PM Sep 18th 2010
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The image from which the Rule is taken:

Kohaku shows us how it's done.

Kohaku from the Tsukihime doujinshi, "Moe Moe Ren-chan and the Dangerous Women", by Hiroyuki (also the source of the A Cat Is Fine Too meme, as well as the series Doujin Work).

Would the image add anything to the page?
AnonymousMcCartneyfan
10:38:21 PM Sep 18th 2010
Perhaps, but I think it would be better to use her dialogue here as a page quote. Do we have a mark-up for musical notes? (I know, we have a quote, but...)

If we could get the essence of the trope being used in one panel of this comic/manga, then I'd be for posting that.
Taper
01:39:47 AM Sep 20th 2010
edited by Taper
Well, sadly, there's not much more to the trope than this in the manga. (The 'beautiful and pure' character is, as per Tsukihime proper, a some-hundreds-of-years-old succubus/familiar who only _looks_ like a cute little girl and/or a cute kitten; her introduction in the game, if I remember this right, has her giving the protagonist a wet dream at her master's request).

So, okay, the picture doesn't add much.

Musical notes would probably be best done with unicode/html entities, i.e. ♪ (input as ♪).
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