One often misunderstood by many.
The way I'm running gender pronouns is that in dialogue the character refers to other characters by the gender they perceive them as.
In the descriptive text the pronouns will refer to character's current gender. She had a wonderful idea coming to a boil in her head and wanted to see if it would work. She hadn't had a good chance for a trick since that disastrous wedding.
Granted it would have been funnier if the wedding had actually happened, but at least she hadn't brought exploding bowls of noodles. For a brief moment the noble girl debated whether or not to tell her "darling" and her "rival" that she had essentially given up on the pig-tailed martial artist.
She did not entertain the idea of being a hostage every time someone came along to fight Ranma. She would rather be a spectator of Ranma's life now, not an active participant.
Then there was the curse, and she did know about the curse though she preferred not to let on to that. She could stand having a gender-switching friend, but a husband?
Still, teasing the argumentative pair was one of her greatest pleasures. Besides, she didn't know any other way to relate to them, and Ranma and Akane were the closest she had to friends. Kodachi entered the main hall of the Kuno estate and sneered in the direction of her brother's rooms.
She was about to turn away from them when she heard shouting from that direction. The gymnast frowned and began walking closer in that direction, trying to identify what she had heard. The voices sounded more familiar as she traveled along, one she definitely recognized as her brother's ranting.
The other was definitely familiar, but she couldn't identify it. She had no problem recognizing the emotions, a confused mix of pain, desperation, and lust. The gymnast started sprinting, producing a gymnastic club in one hand.
The who didn't matter now that she knew the what. She idly commented to herself that she'd get to test her new toy. Kodachi burst into her brother's room in the as a particularly loud shout was choked off at the end. She almost hesitated at the scene in front of her. The surprise and shock gave way almost instantly to rage.
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