- “I don't feel like myself...Maybe that's for the best, if I'm going to be a kidnapper. I...I can do this. I have to.”—DIDNapper
Chapter 3: The Poisoned Waters (cameo) Chapter 4: Uprising
Suki is the main character of DIDnapper, a game made with the RPG Maker XP engine.
Didnapper is originally created by Wychkith for the ADIDAS Message Board. The main theme of the game is kidnapping.
Suki was adopted by the Royal Family when she was very young. The king and queen had no children themselves, so Suki inherited the rights to become the heir of the throne.
Cherisa, Suki's step-cousin, grew jealous of Suki and betrayed her to a kidnapping guild. With Suki gone, Cherisa would be next in line who could claim the throne.
Fortunately, Suki managed to escape from her captives but soon cornered by the guild master and various members. Instead of taking her back to her cell, the guild master has gained interest with the young princess and offered her a chance to join the guild (although the guild master's intention is unknown for the time being). Seeing there was no other choices, Suki agreed.
Ever since then, Suki works for the guild kidnapping various young women while uncovering a mysterious ploy by her step-cousin.
Role in Rakenzarn TalesEdit
Surprisingly, Suki and her friend, Carol, appear in the game under the alias "Liana."
Her official appearance is actually in Chapter 1 in Kyuu's nightmare. If Kyuu's Alignment is Neutral, he will see Suki's silhouette figure in his dream.
She then appears in Chapter 3, where she and Carol are at the BlueLake Town. They can be seen among the panicked townsfolk when the bandits - known as the Boron Bandits - are attacking the town. It's possible that they're there searching and kidnapping someone.
Her next appearance is in Chapter 4, where they appear in one of the guild quests. She and Carol are at the sewer front in Densel Town. There, they meet Kyuu and the brigade who are hired by an owner of a trading company to stop someone who's been stealing the company's money. Suki tricks them claiming they're sent to capture the thief, who's actually in league with the Black Scar Gang, a very vicious group. She claims that the very same thief is also stealing finances from other companies as well. The thief is hiding at the deepest part of the sewer.
Seeing that they're after the same person, they decide to work together and capture the thief.
However, the Black Scar Gang ambushes them when they reach the deepest part, separating both parties. Kyuu is able to see the thief and uncovers the latter's true identity.
To make matters worse, one of the Black Scar Gang named Zander has taken Carol captive. Zander then begins to attack Kyuu, mocking and taunting the latter into attacking while using Carol as his shield. Fortunately, Suki rescues Carol leaving Kyuu and the party to defeat Zander at ease.
The thief then escapes once the Black Scar Gang is defeated.
Just when Suki and Carol are about to give chase, Kyuu blocks the way. He then tells the pair that he has suspicions over them so he had secretly sent Luigi to do a little investigation, only to discover that none of the other companies suffer the same fate as their client.
Suki is impressed that Kyuu is smarter than he looks before she asks what he's going to do now. This is where the players must choose...
Choosing to stop Suki and Carol increases Kyuu's Lawful Alignment.
As a result, the pair attacks Kyuu and the brigade though the former escapes. Suki then tells Kyuu that she is 'not going to be nice to him' the next time they meet.
Choosing to aid Suki and Carol increases Kyuu's Chaotic Alignment. As a result, Kyuu befriends the pair and together they capture the perpetrator. Both different guilds are rewarded.
However, his friends will start to question his methods and can damage his relationship with them (Especially Dark Magician Girl if you choose to date with her).
Countess Mansion incidentEdit
Suki makes a return in the quest, Behind the Facade, playing a major role. They're sent to the mansion at Da'fur to capture the resident owner, Countess Rivka. However, shortly after entering, she soon discovers the countess' 'operation', where the countess uses an ancient artifact that cast a powerful mind control spell on outlaws from rogue guilds and people she deems 'worthless.' With it, she controls these people as both her bodyguards and servants.
Unfortunately, the countess discovers Suki and sends most of her mind-controlled guards to capture her. Suki is caught and is also put under the mind control spell.
Fortunately, she is rescued by Carol after getting help from Kyuu and the brigade. Depending on the player's choices from the previous quest, Suki can either leave to catch the countess or join the brigade in their escapade. Eventually, they fought the countess and capture her.
If the players had been a great help to them, Suki and Carol can join the brigade as Supporters.
Suki's support skills allow the party's strength and magic to increased dramatically. Like Carol, Suki can bind a female enemy leaving them vulnerable for an attack. Her other skill can stun enemies.
Suki saved Carol from a life in a dungeon on her second official kidnapping mission inside Castle Velis, where Carol had been captured by a maid for trespassing and being suspected of having stolen a noblewoman's necklace. The relationship between the two becomes both a close-knit partnership and a noticeably promiscuous friendship.
The relationship between these two is heavily affected by the player's choices; if the player encountered a silhouette of Suki in Chapter 2's dream sequence, then Kyuu will get a sense of deja-vu when first seeing her in the sewers; the two make a cordial agreement to work together to capture the thief of the Karisto Trading Company. However, the relationship is possibly hindered when Kyuu discovers that Suki had lied about her true intentions. Suki, despite being frustrated at being found out, is impressed with Kyuu's intelligence and deduction abilities. Finally, depending on Kyuu decides to intervene on their kidnapping mission or help them with it, Suki will regard Kyuu as a future adversary or friendly associate, respectively. Regardless of what Kyuu does or says, he will openly view Suki and Carol as good people, despite being lied to.
Dark Magician GirlEdit
The two don't interact much, but it is assumed that DMG does not have a very good view of Suki, as the very first interaction between the two can be Suki telling Kyuu that he's lucky to have such a cute girlfriend (if the latter is dating DMG.) DMG will then proceed to become flustered and deny it entirely. Once Suki is found out to have lied about hers and Carol's mission, Dark Magician Girl is visibly distrustful of them, which can be backed by her reaction to Kyuu deciding to help them capture the thief.
The two don't interact much, but Suki, like many, seems to view Daffy as a harmless annoyance, initially knowing him only through his reputation of being a troublemaker. Daffy seems to be almost completely oblivious to this, as he proceeds to eyeball her and Carol despite being looked at with minimal respect.
Kite and Suki don't interact much, but his reaction to Kyuu helping them (should he do so) implies that he does not trust her.
The first time the two interact, Noel is occupied with eyeing Suki's and Carol's chests, jealous of their bust compared to her's. Before facing Zander and the large group of bandits, Noel is acknowledged as a skilled gunslinger by the duo. However, this is short-lived, as Noel is visibly distrustful upon the revelation that the duo had lied about their intentions.
Special thanks for the DIDnapper team. They're listed in the following: Programmers
- Wychkith (retired)
- Kendrian (aka Ollimamma0)
- DIDgamer (aka Exoroche, currently inactive)
- Wyland (Awaiting spare time)