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|Skills:||Grab, Poke, Stroke, Massage, Fiddle|
|Appears in:||Chapter 1|
Page 257 is the second monster to attack Luka in the San Ilia library. Curious of what a man is even like (having never fed on one before), Page 257 tries to satisfy her curiosity with Luka. She was ordered by Monster Lord Alipheese XVI (Sixteenth) to guard the book Four Animists and their Sources to prevent misuse of the Four Spirits.
“A monster that lurks in books. Since these types rarely come in contact with humans, it’s not rare to find one that has never seen a human male before. This particular monster has never had contact with a man, and only has information on them she has gleaned from books. Therefore, she is very curious to find out more. If caught by her, it’s likely the man will be played and experimented on until she’s satisfied. Since she enjoys the taste of semen, it’s easy to believe the experiments would continue until the man’s death.
It seems as though she has been waiting for a catch ever since being born. When not moving from the book, she’s able to go around 100 years before dying of hunger.”
*Grab: Triggers bind status.
Poke: Binded attack.
Stroke: Binded attack.
Massage: Binded attack.
Fiddle: Binded attack.
Handjob: Binded attack.
Her main gimmick is her bind, which allows her to use various attacks at her disposal. She will first spend a few turns reading her book and not attacking, then captures Luka, which requires three turns of Struggling. Build SP for techniques and Meditation when she is reading and then attack with full force after breaking free of her binds.
If Luka loses, she’ll give him a handjob, then captures him within her book to be used for eternity to satisfy her curiosity.
“Surrendering to a monster's hands... Then coming to me with such a composed face? Page 257's huge arms are troublesome... But she doesn't use any other attack, so it's a very easy fight. If you use Struggle properly, you can't be defeated. Now go, oh brave Luka. Educate that horrible monster with your justice.”