The Crushingly Tough Prizefighter Twin Daughters
This piece of Inuyasha x Ayame next-generation fanart, which is my third submission for this year’s 30 Days of InuAya Month, is dedicated to my dear younger brother, Andreas Marino Garcia, and the amazing Marcos Pinto who are celebrating their birthdays today. This is also dedicated to all of the wonderful Inuyasha x Ayame shippers of the world as well as those who fancy the idea of what their ideas of InuAya fan-made children would look like. Sit back, relax, and revel in Inuyasha’s and Ayame’s third-born twin daughters and sixth-born children who are well-known for their sass, spunk, strength, and stamina as a kickboxing duo specializing in Dutch, American, Japanese, and Korean Kickboxing, with the latter also being known as Kyuk Too Ki, just like their dear mother Ayame while looking absolutely gorgeous and cute battling stronger and fierce opponents.
22 going 23-year-olds Maya and Minako were born on April 24, which was three weeks and two days after their father’s birthday as well as two weeks and two days after their mother’s birthday. 18-year-old Inuyasha and 15-year-old Ayame were joyous to have two more lovely daughters while 5-year-olds Masataka, Masaya, and Masaru, 4-year-olds Kenta and Keita, 3-year-olds Kazuhiko and Kaito, 2-year-old Kiriko, and 1-year-olds Momoko, Makoto, and Mikoto were just as happy to have two more younger sisters they can love and take great care of. Maya and Minako were the split images of their mother while also possessing their father’s tough spirit and super strength. After they emerged screaming and wailing from their mother’s womb, they joyfully cooed when they were caressed by their mother and were in the loving company of their father and their older siblings. By the time they were toddlers, Maya and Minako proved themselves to be formidable strikers just like their mother as well as fine grapplers like their father, given the matches they employed with their older siblings and the strikes they threw at them.
Maya and Minako have been well-trained in Kyuk Too Ki, Dutch Kickboxing, American Kickboxing, Japanese Kickboxing, Pankration, Combat Sambo, and Vale Tudo, for they can employ a series of uppercuts, jabs, overhand punches, roundhouse kicks, axe kicks, joint locks, and armbars against stronger and more skilled opponents, thanks to their rapid limbs and nimble reflexes as martial artists. It would be simple, although reductionist, to assume that Maya and Minako are solely striking fighters, given how Maya’s kicks resemble Muay Thai’s uncompromising shin and leg kicks and how Minako’s kicks resemble Taekwondo’s agile question mark kicks, but their takedowns, submission holds, and chokeholds are just as bone-breaking and virulent as their striking, punching, and kicking skills. Therefore, they have become phenomenal competitors in Kyuk Too Ki, Dutch Kickboxing, American Kickboxing, and Japanese Kickboxing to this day as adults. They have also been married to Hakkaku’s, Ginta’s, and Shunran’s third-born twin sons Manabu and Takeru for seven years since the ladies were 16 and the gentlemen were 18.
Personality-wise, Maya and Minako may be a duo of fearless firebrands who can prove themselves to be extremely formidable prizefighters, but they are also optimistic, bright, idealistic, and determined as fighters and as individuals. Maya is the more outspoken, sassy, tough, and relentless twin, while Minako is the more ladylike, elegant, vivacious, and feminine twin. Regardless, both Maya and Minako are a combination of sassy toughness and elegant femininity rolled into one fiercely fabulous package. Maya is a nature-loving and compassionate soul who sees the best in people and encourages them to never give up even when the chips are down. Minako is a caring and nurturing protector who never wants to see anybody down whether they be her family, her friends, or anybody she considers to be great people. The attribute that brings both Maya and Minako together is that they do not accept hypocrisy and lies from anybody and will call out the liars and hypocrites. Everything that defines Maya and Minako as fighters and people is what also makes them beautiful in Manabu’s and Takeru’s eyes too.
I hope you all enjoyed this, and I will see you in the next 30 Days of InuAya submission. Take care, stay safe, and please spread that awesome InuAya love as well as InuAya next-gen love, everybody.
Maya and Minako belong to me.