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Les Mizsterious Play
By "~*Destiny no Miko*~"
(Please note: This is "based" on Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, Les
Mizerables the Musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Sch?nberg, lyrics
by Herbert Kretzmer. All lyrics ? Alain Boublil Music Ltd. Fushigi Yuugi
and characters are the property of Watase Yuu, Flower Comics, etc. Shuuichi
Minamino (Kurama) is the property of Yoshihiro Togashi, Shonen Jump Weekly,
etc. That's my disclaimer. Don't bother suing me, I don't even own my own
(For those who know nothing of Les Miz, don't worry, the story tells itself.
Please don't be turned off by this ^_^. Let me know if you have any
questions about the original story.)
(Also, for those who have seen Les Miz or read it, this is the "condensed",
non-musical, comedy version... apologies to the purists. And I REALLY
twisted the relationships between some of the characters where necessary.)
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Jean Valjean Tamahome
The Bishop of Digne Chichiri
Javert Nakago aka Nakkie-poo aka Nak
Foreman (Homeroom Teacher) Ashitare
Shuuichi Minamino Kurama aka Shuuichi Minamino
Th?nadiers Soi and Tomo
Eponine Nuriko (oops, I forgot!)
Bishonen no Miko presents:
Les Mizt?rious Play
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PROLOGUE: DIGNE (french for "starting point")
Tamahome, sentenced to hard labor for stealing bread to feed his starving
family, was released on parole after working as a window washer for Nakago.
Because he had a seishi symbol on his forehead that he had to display by law,
he was condemned to be an outcast. This of course, made him mad to no end
and did bad things to his hair, but one day, he came across the Bishop of
Digne, named Chichiri, who treated him kindly, no da, and gave him shelter.
Tamahome, embittered from slaving away for Nakago, repays Chichiri by
stealing his kasa (his hat thingy :)) and was caught by Nakago, but Chichiri
told Nakago that he had given Tamahome his hat, no da, and proceeded to
hand over his monk's staff as well. Tamahome's eyes lit up and he grabbed
all the stuff and sold it to start his life anew in the modern world.
MONTREUIL-SUR-MER (french for "modern suburbia")
So now Tamahome has broken his parole and changed his name to Shuuichi
Minamino (^_^ for Yu Yu fans). He dyes his hair red and becomes a high school
principal. Among his many students was a girl named Yui. When the other
students found out that she was friends with a really ravenous chick named
Miaka, they reported her to their homeroom teacher, Ashitare, who growled
furiously and uncerimoniously failed Yui, who had been getting really good
grades until now. Yui was forced to sing a song about how jerky men were,
then decided to become a really bad idol singer. But she was still poor and
whenever she took Miaka out, Miaka ate her weight in gold, and so Yui was
forced to sell the little blue bow around her neck and her hair, which is
why it is so short. She runs into Tamahome, who feels badly that he had
hired an evil wolfman as a teacher. He promises to do something about it.
While life was sucky for Yui, it was worsening for Shuuichi aka Tamahome. He
runs into Nakago again, but Nakago does not recognize him. Instead, he tells
Tamahome that he has caught the prisoner that he was after, the infamous
seishi named Tamahome, who had the audacity to dye his hair an impossible
shade of red. Tamahome goes to see the prisoner, a redhead named Shuuichi
Minamino aka Kurama and reveals that he is the real Tamahome. Nak can't
believe it, but Tamahome shows him the "oni" symbol on his forehead and the
chase is on again.
Tamahome remembered his promise to Yui and goes to see her, even though
Nakago is hot on his trail. She is dying from starvation, having given the
last of her food to Miaka, and so she asks Tamahome to find Miaka and feed
her, since she cannot. Tamahome promises that he will do this, but then
Nakago catches up with him. They confront one another, their seishi symbols
glowing, but Chichiri reappears and grabs Tamahome and the two of them
disappear into his new kasa, no da.
MONTFERMEIL (french for "french restaurant")
Miaka has been working at a restaurant, but the restaurant owners, Soi and
Tomo, refuse to pay her because she eats too much. Tamahome finds her
eating some stolen rice behind the restaurant, and pays the couple to take
her away with him. They happily accept the paltry sum Tamahome gives them,
because they know they will save money in the long run with Miaka not being
around to eat everything. But all is not well, for Nakago has been following
PARIS (uh, french for... "back to ancient China??")
Back in Tamahome's homeland, there is trouble brewing between Konan and Kotou
countries. Nakago and Soi and Tomo follow Tamahome and Miaka back. The
emperor of Konan, Hotohori, sees Miaka and falls in love with her, but does
not know how to find her. He enlists the help of his friend Nuriko, who is
secretly in love with Hotohori-sama. He reluctantly agrees to lead Hotohori
to Miaka, and when the two meet, they fall in love (awww...). Meanwhile,
Nuriko waits outside of the secret meeting area, ringing his hands and wishing
that he was Suzaku no Miko, er... at least female. But Soi and Tomo show up,
intending to give Tamahome a hard time for not paying more for Miaka when he
took her away. Had they known she was Suzaku no Miko, they would have sold
her for a higher price. Nuriko promptly screams for help and flattens Soi
and Tomo. Hotohori freaks out and flees, leaving Miaka confused and hungry.
But back to the war brewing on the horizon. Tasuki, the leader of the Konan
army, not to mention a bunch of bandits, calls an emergency meeting to discuss
the impending war. The Suzaku Seishi are gathered, all except Tamahome, who
is the main character right now. Hotohori attends the meeting, but is
distracted by thoughts of his gluttonous empress-to-be. But everyone mocks
him for falling in love so soon before war, and on the eve of their attack,
Hotohori and Miaka can only think of each other.
As the battle begins, Hotohori sends Nuriko with a letter to Miaka, asking her
to marry him, but Nuriko runs into Tamahome, who takes the letter and is teed
off by Hotohori's advances. He arrives on the battlefield, searching for the
man who had described himself in the letter as "beautiful beyond belief."
Nuriko goes to the battlefield too, still in love with Hotohori, as does
Nakago, who is posing as Amiboshi posing as Chiriko, or something like that.
Chiriko points out that he is Chiriko, and that Nak looks nothing like
Amiboshi either, so Nakago's identity is revealed and the seishi tie him up.
Tamahome finds Hotohori and is given the chance to kill Nakago, but he frees
him instead. Nakkie-poo scurries away, really confused as to why Tamahome
would ever want to release him, but that's the way the story goes.
Because Hotohori is a half decent guy, Tamahome decides to help Konan country
out for free. When a stray attack nearly nails Hotohori, Nuriko pushes him
out of the way and takes the shot meant for Hotohori. Hotohori is very sad
that Nuriko is dying, as are all the other seishi, but then he finds out that
Nuriko is actually a guy, so he doesn't feel so bad anymore. Then Chiriko is
sent out to collect, er, bullets, or arrows, or whatever, and is killed
because the Seiryuu side doesn't feel sorry for children, and everyone else
is killed too. Everyone except Hotohori, who is rescued by Tamahome, who in
turn is conviniently rescued by Chichiri again, no da.
As they escape, Tamahome runs into Nakago again, who still can't get why
Tamahome didn't kill him. He licks Tamahome on the face, but Tamahome still
won't kill him. He kisses Tamahome, but Tamahome still won't kill him, even
though he is very disturbed by the course this story is taking. So Nakago
tells Tamahome the sad story about his childhood and about his fear of small
yellow birds, then tells Tamahome that he loves him and jumps off a bridge
because he knows that Tamahome doesn't share his feelings. The writer is
very sad to see Nakkie-poo jump off the bridge to his death and has to be
forcibly restrained from following him and leaving the story unfinished...
Hotohori recovers under Miaka's care, but is unaware that Tamahome saved him.
Tamahome won't tell him because he is ashamed of his past and tells Hotohori
that once he and Miaka marry, he will leave the court to earn money elsewhere.
At the Hotohori-Miaka wedding, Soi and Tomo show up uninvited and try to ruin
everything by telling Hotohori and Miaka that Tamahome is a murderer by
showing them the Hotohori's ring (? never understood this part), not
realizing that he was the emperor. Hotohori realizes that Tamahome was the
one who saved him. He and Miaka confront Tamahome, who admits the truth and
reminds Tamahome that they are, after all, only storybook characters. So the
seishi are all reunited again, thanks to the writer's wild imagination, and
they sing about how stupid this story was. And Hotohori and Miaka got a
divorce, as did Soi and Tomo, and Miaka married Tamahome and Soi married
Nak, and the writer went chasing after Soi and Nak and tried to break up their
Author's notes: I know, Les Miz by definition is NOT a comedy, but this was
just for fun. And for the challenge of it, I suppose. Next will be "Phantom
of the Makai" starring the cast of YYH.
HEY! (Blatent plug) If you have a webpage showing anyone evil (any Seiryuu
people count) in a good light, please join my new webring: The Wickedly Cool
Evil Ring of Anime. It's at:
If anyone wants to reach me, come to my Shrine of Bishonen at:
or you can e-mail me at:
Bishonen no Miko, May 7, 1997
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