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653686 No. 653686 ID: be6e97 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
It's time for something very uncommonly seen, but commonly done. Something very plain. Something quite normal. An Ordinary Day.
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No. 660032 ID: be6e97
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No. 660033 ID: be6e97
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Ok, so uhh, should I report this to my superiors, or go after it myself or..?
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No. 660034 ID: e114bc
>>660033
Report it since you're now unarmed and have no way of fighting it. Meanwhile, go into the freezer and check out what it was on top of.
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No. 660036 ID: 2eeb65
Report this ASAP. Who knows how dangerous this thing can be. The others need to know about it and be prepared.
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No. 660040 ID: 1cebc8
After that lizard! See if you can call in some favors from your colleagues.


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653960 No. 653960 ID: bab5c4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
"Oh boy, 6AM..."
Your alarm is blaring in your sensitive ears as you shuffle out of bed.
It's time to get ready for work. You just can't wait to be stuck in front of a computer mindlessly typing line after line of code.
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No. 659825 ID: 2eeb65
Do nothing, wait and see what happens next
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No. 659883 ID: 404108
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>>659648
You don't have pockets. Therefore, you have no inventory.
>>659689
That's no cat...
>>659737
>>659825
You wait it out. The creature quickly begins to devour the dog, starting with his head.

The sounds of bones breaking and the dripping of blood repeat infinitely through your head.
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No. 659889 ID: e114bc
>>659883
Maybe you shouldn't watch or listen to that.
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No. 659918 ID: 6cb462
try not to cry or scream in fear. deep breaths.
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No. 660039 ID: 2eeb65
>>659883
Try to find an exquisite musical quality in the decadent sounds of breaking bones and dripping blood. Savor every second of this improvised concerto of death.


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658145 No. 658145 ID: f68a09 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
"Bruco Bandara in the name of the Tribe Leonial and for the honor of my betrothed I will defeat you singlehandedly! Your
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"I'm freshly married and hunting for a dower," Strela says. "I'm a friend of the sorceress Markessa's. Thought I might drop in to say hello and resupply."

"Where is the husband?" the sorcerer asks.
Strela raises a finger and turns from him. "Come out, Bruco Bandara."

Bruco slides down a treebranch to the forest floor, not so much sticking the landing as rolling with it. He straightens up. "Hello!"

"Hmm." The sorcerer folds his arms. "You'll both come with me."

"Where are we going?" Strela raises her voice over the crash of a distant subterranean waterfall. It spins a wheel hooked up to a rickety network of cages and corkscrews that raise and lower, sometimes with a curious Predatus peering at the visitors between the bars.
"Keep going straight," the sorcerer says, pacing behind them.
"Not much other way we can go, is there?" Bruco says.
"Even so."
"Y'look strong," Bruco says. "How's a bird man do leg day?"
"My hind claw could unseam you top to toe," the sorcerer says.
Bruco scratches his chin. "Not what I was asking, friend, but good to know."
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No. 660015 ID: f68a09
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The sorcerer bows slightly to fit under a low span of rock. "Through there." He indicates a doorway. "Down the hall."
Strela likewise has to watch her head as she cautiously opens the door and pads down a cavernous hallway lit by pale blue fire.
She tilts open a door at the end to a small, warm workshop, where a bird woman works, muttering curses to herself as she fiddles with the stopper on a glass bottle.

"Markessa?" Strela asks.
"Who? Me?" She turns around. "Who are you? Trimond, who's this?"
The sorcerer puts a hand on Strela's back. Her heart flutters. "Good question."
"It's Strela. From the letters? You invited me once, so..." Strela shrugs her sinuous shoulders.
"Strela!" Markessa puts her glass bottle down and gives Strela a feathery hug. "Of course! Gosh you look just like how I imagined you!"
"Thanks," Strela says. "I think. You, uh..." She looks Markessa up and down, from her beaming beak to her jagged toes, and unavoidably across her shamelessly bared cleavage. "Don't. Really."

Markessa grins and sashays a hip out. "Thought I'd be a little more bookish? Preoccupied with potions as I am? Gosh Master Trimond can you please not loom."
"Apologies." The big sorcerer (Trimond) steps back and away from Strela.
"It's good to finally meet you face to face, Markessa."
"You too, Strel."
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No. 660019 ID: e114bc
>>660015
1,5,9. 7,8.
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No. 660022 ID: ad936f
"That's Bruco Bandara. My *audible sigh* husband."
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No. 660038 ID: 2eeb65
>>660014
>"My hind claw could unseam you top to toe," the sorcerer says.
Definitely husband material here, Strela. Just sayin'.

>>660015
Do not ask 7 now. See if it's possible to get Trimond to leave us alone with Markessa. We can trust Markessa, but we don't know how Trimond will react if he learns about us eavesdropping on his not-quite-just execution.

Likewise with 8, it's not polite to ask about people indirectly. Either just ask him directly, or wait until he leaves.

For now, 1, 2, 9, then 5.


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658158 No. 658158 ID: f7c87c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
A new day begins. I feel as if it's been years since I've budged, my body feels slow.

It's about time I do some cleaning around the house. I need to pay some special attention to that damned hall downstairs.
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No. 659974 ID: e114bc
You should probably just buy the weapon.
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No. 659990 ID: f0e552
>>659886
Ask Malachite if he knows how tacky a sharp umbrella sounds. Ask him if it's as deadly as it sounds (not deadly) or if it's even proper weapon at all?
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No. 660028 ID: ad936f
What do you have against swears Andrew? Bloody is barely even a swear unless you're British. Are you British Andrew? Does your world even have a Britain?
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No. 660029 ID: ad936f
Also, buy the trash lid. It will have myriad uses within the hall. And ask the shopkeeper if there is any danger within the hall that would necessitate the use of a weapon. Actually, it may be unwise to bring a weapon into the hall, the hall might see it as hostile.
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No. 660035 ID: 2eeb65
>>659886
Buy Umbrella. It could make for both a good weapon and an improvised parachute, as well as some light shielding.

>Hey, is that really necessary? That word right there?
Maybe the preorder is literally bloody? As in, related to or covered in blood?


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639382 No. 639382 ID: 938bc6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
You wake up in the... hospital room. Your thoughts are kinda hazy and you can't remeber how you got here.

Commander. Finally back among the living. You must have a lot of questions regarding your current condition.

You remember woman in the labcoat, Dr.Mitchell, head of the medical devision of this base.
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No. 659983 ID: ab7529
First step: scan junked crawlers, make sure there aren't any live squids waiting to jump out and surprise you.

Then take 5. Treat injuries. We don't have the resources for a round of booze, but the half a bottle we have left should be enough for a shot or two each.

Thank R-Tur on the save.

Then... we see about the slow work of fixing up the tank and assembling our mountain-busting bomb.
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No. 659992 ID: 9ddf68
bitchin. Now we can make big bomb and still have some left over to upgrade some of out other gear.
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No. 659994 ID: 0fc976
Sweet sweet loot. Make the two B-grade bombs and repair/add more tank armor, if we can. Upgrade ray gun to Brain Blaster with the leftover energy cell. What can we put the energy cores towards, or should we save those to refuel our tank?
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No. 659996 ID: cf6c80
Turn off beacon, loot, make tracks. We need to go somewhere that the squids won't follow us.
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No. 660027 ID: 3c17ca
>>659978
We got a lot of extra juice now, a lot of scrap..yeah.

((dont know the limits of what we can propose so I am going to propose the following))

We have two choices, three really.
-Blow up the mountain base
-Infiltrate then blow up the mountain base
-Try and bait more crawlers to deplete the enemy resources.

with this new gear can we upgrade our tank's main gun to a point where it is now a long range demolition cannon? Even if we cant cause an avalanche in one bomb, could we pepper the mountain with a few shots for the same effect? This has the added benefit of a bigger gun in future fights and problems.

or

Alternatively, how many parts of the three crawlers are intact, can we make a jankey jalopy crawler outta those parts?

or

Can we increase Conquresses mobility via leg attachments, or super charge our engine with one (or two) of those energy cores?

Regardless,...giga cannon.


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639549 No. 639549 ID: 26e769 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
I yawn as I wake up.

I tap the pod door. It opens, and I step out.

And then I notice.

Well, this is new.

I could have sworn I was a dude before I went to sleep.

I also appear to have the worst headache I have ever had. Ever.
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>Why would the you that died have chosen the option that was slower and meant more personal exposure?

I’ve always been a fan of playing it safe, taking the slow, cautious road. My guess is that past-me set up the radiation shields in the hallway to protect server room ten, then realized the danger of the majority-override system. Rather than risk server room ten by tearing down the shield, quickly rushing in, partitioning the server room, and rushing out, past-me probably thought it would be safer to work through the outer servers without putting server room ten in immediate danger. In his place, I might have made the same decision - though, in a way, I guess I was, and I guess I had.

But we don’t have time to play it safe anymore. Especially not in the way that got the other me killed. He must have made some mistake, missed something, underestimated the radiation, I don’t know, but I’m not going to end up like him.

>We could try lassoing the drones holding our body for the other drones to haul out.
>Man, there is no way we're recovering ourselves at this rate.

I glance at the door to server room two, my body’s current resting place. It's in the room just next to whatever it is that's causing all of this radiation in the first place, so it's probably getting a lot of exposure. Every second that my body is in there, in the midst of the radiation, is lowering the chances that it will be recoverable. I want to - I need to get it out of there. Soon.

>Maybe equip a rad suit after all, since we now have time to modify one.
>Well, if we have time, let's get the hell out of rad city and have that safesuit modified.

“Mnem, open up a line with George.”
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No. 660020 ID: defceb
Nuh uh. No more wasting time. It might be too late already, get in there.
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No. 660021 ID: e114bc
>>660018
With your body that close to the radiation, what are the chances that it's recoverable at all by now? Ask Mnem if she can calculate that. Then ask how much 10 minutes would affect the chances.

We need to assess risk before we do it.
Personally I think that if it's been there that long, 10 minutes isn't going to affect your chances much. Protect the living, not the dead.
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No. 660024 ID: 99cfa8
>>660018
Ten minutes probably won't make much difference to your body, but it will to Mnem's. Play it safe.
... make sure to tell him to get started now though.
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No. 660026 ID: e114bc
Hey, find out how far the old version of you got in separating the servers one by one. Is this the last one? Or is server room 1 the last one?


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659919 No. 659919 ID: c197cf hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
My name is Adeia. I am a demoness born from the slums of Hell. My plan is to someday rule this place with an iron fist. I have no desire to expand beyond all the circles of this Hell. For all I care, the Hells of other dimensions are better off in the mind of some deluded villain. Some poor fool who will give the illusion of power when it is all a shadow puppet controlled by a maniacal sociopath wanting to be adored, to be feared, to be marveled. They can rot.

Let not my age decieve you. I may be only five years of age, but I possess more power in my left hand than most who are quintuple, nay, decuple my age.

My first quest is decided: I shall enslave an angel child, imbuing said child with my Voices of Reason.

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No. 659935 ID: ab7529
If you have long term plans, it seems silly to risk death or serious injury with shoddy workmanship.

Best plan would be to obtain one of those fake permits. If no one will sell you one, you get a proxy to purchase it. Or you steal one from someone else who purchases one.
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No. 659973 ID: e114bc
>>659924
Can you just cast the portal repeatedly to get a bigger hole?

Also do all demons have temper problems?
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No. 659980 ID: 3663d3
>>659973
good idea, make a ring of smaller portals then punch out the center.
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No. 659991 ID: f0e552
I say we step into some light when we get the chance.
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No. 660025 ID: ad936f
Oh boy, we finally get to command a proper demon. Now is the time for action! Charge headlong through your ramshackle portal. If you can take it then good, if you can't then you never stood a chance in the first place.


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648437 No. 648437 ID: f68a09 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Wiki: http://tgchan.org/wiki/Enemy_Quest
QuestDis: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/81802.html
Previous Chapter: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/630196.html
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No. 659906 ID: c9a9af
No one has suggested another round with Bika, so I shall. Suggest it, that is.

Honestly, I'm a little surprised it wasn't one of the first suggestions.
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No. 659936 ID: ac781b
>>659903
This.
>Gym with GG
Don't forget to mention the job to her.
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No. 659969 ID: 986e5f
>"You don't need to talk," Dessert Bika says. She holds your hand lightly and draws it across her chest "There are deeper things than talking."
D'awwww.
Cuddling and snuggling should be the first thing we do. Kiss her all over and tell her she's pretty. Then we can eat breakfast and watch TV together.
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No. 660016 ID: bf46ae
Offer to work in the restaurant while we live with her. No freeloading!
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No. 660023 ID: ad936f
>>659811
>>659805
>apartment
what are we? plebeians? We buyin a big ass house.


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651382 No. 651382 ID: 15fae4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
(( RENDAMEL

Thread 1 here - http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/646557.html ))
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No. 660008 ID: 15fae4
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>>660006

Oh, totally! Check this out!
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No. 660009 ID: 15fae4
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>>660008

BOOOOOOOOOOOM
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No. 660010 ID: 15fae4
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>>660009

BAD END
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No. 660012 ID: e114bc
>>660010
Restart from checkpoint.
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No. 660013 ID: 15fae4
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>>660012

haha ren was just kidding

can you imagine


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659953 No. 659953 ID: a32d59 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Just as a little forewarning, this'll be getting NSFW.

You are Audrey, and hoo boy you could not possibly be more frustrated right now. You have spent the last four hours trying to solve this God-forsaken damage-calculation bug.

You make a small tweak to the code. You pray that it works this time…
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No. 659965 ID: cdec48
>>659956
D.

>>659959
Audrey is the tri-state watermelon crushing champion. Her thighs are a thing of legends.
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No. 659966 ID: d44ee5
>job: tell audrey to go home, she's been working too hard
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No. 659998 ID: 966b42
>Just as a little forewarning, this'll be getting NSFW.
My favorite.

>while everyone waits for you to show up to DM
DM's writing a quest about a girl that must go and DM? Shits gonna get meta quick.

Anyway, start yelling at duck about problems in the code, realize you just found problems in the code.realize they're completely different problems from the one you're trying to fix
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No. 660004 ID: 0fc976
E) Sweet-talk the duck, butter him up so he'll be more forthcoming with the secrets of his coding.
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No. 660007 ID: e114bc
>>659956
D.


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606989 No. 606989 ID: 939c7f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Welcome back, to the strange journey of a strange king.
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No. 659193 ID: e2a393
Well, what goes around, comes around.
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No. 659409 ID: d4a543
King sandwich, as follows:

Eadoo, take Trixy from behind. Gat, take Eadoo from behind. Trixy, shift your arms into long branching tentacles and stick them everywhere not otherwise accounted for.
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No. 659923 ID: 939c7f
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>>659132
>We are the cutest bold!

>this form seems somewhat native to you, perhaps you've devoured many bolds? You can assume this spiritual form at will.

>You shuffle around and get each other ready for action, the king takes great pleasure in using Trixy's horns for leverage. Meanwhile you plow her tight honeypot. You can feel it's stuff creamy from the last dream. As you pound the cute bold, you slap her rump hard, leaving a red mark.

Trixy - Moans over Eadoo's rod

Eadoo - Hey, why'd you slap her? that's not nice.

Trixy - *giggles* No it's okay, I like it.

Eadoo - oh... euh.. okay?

>Eadoo rears back and slaps Trixy in the face... There's a pause and eadoo blushes, but it's broken my Trixy's laughter.

Eadoo - Heh heh? Di-did I do it right?

Trixy - It's alright, heheh... Don't worry about it~
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No. 659925 ID: 46df9e
Now don't leave a lady unattended; give Trixie a reach around.
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No. 659995 ID: 966b42
>Eadoo rears back and slaps Trixy in the face... There's a pause and Eadoo blushes, but it's broken my Trixy's laughter.
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA TRULY YOU ARE TO BE THE GREATEST KING EADOO HA HA HA HA we clearly need to teach you some stuff...well no time like the present ITS BONDAGE TIME!


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645426 No. 645426 ID: 3009b4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Sami slowly wakes up when the dawn comes -- while stiff and sore from sleeping on a hard floor with a pillow made from the lose belongings in her pack, her bumps and bruises from the night before have healed. Much like her resistance to alcohol and drugs, this is something she's always chalked up to her faerie heritage.

The Mayor is gone, and although Sami is still marked (as the connection to the administrators remains unrestored) perhaps even a curse has to sleep sometime. She hopes that the rest of the curse has to rest too, but the fact that she has been attacked by it during the day leads her to suspect that it is a light sleeper.

Sami looks at her one remaining ration -- a collection of dried fruit and nuts -- and is painfully aware from her parched throat that she will need water before she can eat. She has two choices -- she can either ask Father Nick for some water (which would have been the last time she got some) or go down to the river. Father Nick is closer, but she will HAVE to go to the river eventually as that's where the Piper's ghost is sure to be found -- Sami still very clearly remembers where she killed him. While she'd just as soon not go near the water, she'd also like to be rid of the mark as soon as possible.

::13 IP available.::
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No. 659948 ID: 1cebc8
Grab the gun on the ground and shoot him already!
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No. 659952 ID: ebcefd
Try taunting him. Ask what happened to what he "had to do".

>>659948
I think the gun is on the other side of him, and I am not sure if he is still in the curse area.

[pricate:]
Would a Scan tell us where we are relative to the edge of the cursed area?
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No. 659968 ID: ab7529
>>659948
I don't see the gun on the ground between Sami and him. Also, we're trying not to kill him, and shooting him is pretty counterproductive to that.

>>659946
Well, you could try to taunt or enrage him into engaging or pursuing anyways. Although we don't really know him well enough to know what buttons to push.
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No. 659988 ID: cf6c80
How does a highwayman get a glamour? Unless it's somehow a product of the curse or something that's evidence of the fay. So either this thief is fay, or they are in contact with fay; possibly the piper is responsible or knows?
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No. 659989 ID: 3009b4
>Unless it's somehow a product of the curse or something

** Any supernatural creature can use a glamour, so yes it could be a curse byproduct. **


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565839 No. 565839 ID: 256d52 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
http://www.tgchan.org/wiki/Dungeoneer

I don't think I ever properly appreciated the difficulties inherent in prospecting around the mountains.

But... it's close.
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No. 659854 ID: 3663d3
>>659849
the talismans are binding. to negate their pulling power would probably use a LOT of mana. perhaps more then we could stand to gain from it.
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No. 659855 ID: ab7529
>>659849
That pretty much sums up my doubts with the idea, really. Cutting out the church and attracting their attention or ire for it is probably more than we want to mess with.

And holding people for ransom changes the whole tone of what we're doing.
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No. 659862 ID: e114bc
>>659849
>>659854
>>659855
I believe that would attract the attention of the Harrowers as well.
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No. 659881 ID: 99cfa8
>>659849
While there's a lot of issues with this, I like the idea of an escape sequence for defeated adventurers (that don't have their own resurrection method). Probably it would be safer if we made them think they were KO'd and captured rather than killed and revived.
We'd have to theme the whole dungeon in a way that that's believable though. I'm thinking some kind of mad scientist medical thing (to explain away the lack of injuries) but I dunno for sure.
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No. 659987 ID: 13ff66
>>659849
>>659855
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littlebeast 2015/08/02(Sun)14:02 No. 659881 ID: 99cfa8

>>659849
While there's a lot of issues with this, I like the idea of an escape sequence for defeated adventurers (that don't have their own resurrection method). Probably it would be safer if we made them think they were KO'd and captured rather than killed and revived.
We'd have to theme the whole dungeon in a way that that's believable though. I'm thinking some kind of mad scientist medical thing (to explain away the lack of injuries) but I dunno for sure.

>>659881

We've been through this territory before. Please See:
>>/questdis/75613
>>/questdis/75616
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594093 No. 594093 ID: d470e9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
>"GAH!"
"Kex?!"
"Do you normally wake up screaming, Kexluk? That may be problematic." asks Zirkala.
>"Er, no, but I had a terrible sense that a Lich was upon me, taking my soul! But then I woke up, and it was only a Lich upon me. And then I remember what happened last night! I do not know just how Story Seeker convinced me to do this."
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No. 659971 ID: ea0ad9
It's too bad you can't just carry that artifact to Zirkala... However, maybe you could give the dragon directions to there and have him take it himself. Of course, that poses the problem of rendering Morgana angry. I say hunt down the undead, but leave the artifact itself intact.
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No. 659972 ID: e114bc
>dragon escape route
I like this idea. Tell him to start practicing now. If he can fly, and can give you a ride back to your base later, you will be able to solve this problem optimally since I suspect he can fly much faster than we can run.

...though that teleporter throws a monkey wrench into the works. Anyway, I think spending a day so that you can bring back the artifact to Zirkala might work in our favor.
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No. 659981 ID: d90668
Looks like his mom was worried about him and did her best to instill some of that into the artifact. So it does a crappy job of watching over him and he has to put up with it trying to make him ruler of the area.

I think the box is to valuable to just destroy. Could learn a lot about it and it would make a nice gift to Zirkala. Maybe she could reprogram it to serve more constructive goals than making random undead armies.

As for the dragon he does need to serve some community service. But I don't think it would be a good idea to have him do it with spearstone. Tempers run to hot and they would most likely kill him or worse given the chance. But if he say donated a sizable chunk of his horde for reparations it would be a start.

So have the dragon go set up shop in Mu's caverns and we can work him into shape later. Then you can deal with the undead here and haul the artifact around for a bit or send it on ahead. Then you and Nezul take part of his horde back and explain things.

Can tell the town that the dragon had fallen under the spell of a lich and you have stopped the magic. Give part of the gold to the church and crown to pay back those hurt in the attacks and say that the dragon will be serving community service under your supervision.
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No. 659984 ID: bb78f2
>>659934
You know what would be a better idea? Having him fly off with this box towards Zirkalas.
I know he's out of practice, so this will let him practice! Birds learn to fly when kicked out of the nest, and this one already knows HOW to fly.
Just strap a bag to (probably inside one of his bags of gold) and send him in Zirkala's direction.

And if he dies getting there... well, when you take care of all the undead, he'll be vulnerable and likely killed by something else in the meantime.
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No. 659985 ID: ab7529
>You know what would be a better idea? Having him fly off with this box towards Zirkalas.
Honestly, that's way to much trust to be putting in a not-very competent coward. Even if he could be trusted to do what we say and not just run for it, he could be intercepted by someone who would use the box more effectively. That's a reckless and dangerous plan.


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650922 No. 650922 ID: 65a774 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Also known as “Let’s learn how to freaking draw” quest.
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No. 659869 ID: 9ddf68
>that sounds rather convoluted for an assassination attempt. Why not just stick a dagger in ye back when yah went to the crypt?
well you have to admit the time of the whole thing was a little to convenient. I mean you tell me something about my brother and where to go for me to find out answers for myself and someone just manages to drug the guard the same night. I mean the only other reason I can really think of is someone was sneaking something or someone into or out of the castle grounds and the guard happened to be in a spot that could threaten the route and I just had the misfortune of showing up around that time.

>now the big question is how you should approach this whole sword / bracelet thing.
Honestly not sure when we should hand it off to her. Probably before dinner just incase something comes up during the meal that would ruin the mood. As for how to present it, I say put on something nice first and then wrap the bracelet around the hilt of the blade and before she comes out tell her you wish to give her something. When she walks out of the bathroom may as well present her with both.
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No. 659873 ID: dbe554
Yeah you were warming up to her long before Xuv, if only because you're a bit more of a pervert.

Though at least your getting better around her.. Wonder whats being served if she's planning it all.
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No. 659877 ID: 9297f4
Is no one commenting that the chest may be filled with s&m stuff? "...clothes on some level..." That screams leather and bondage.
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No. 659882 ID: 1cebc8
Concentrate on who you want to be. The voices in your head can give you all the suggestions, orders, and trauma in the world but that still doesn't mean they define who you ARE. Ignore Briannah for a moment and decide what really matters to you.
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No. 659982 ID: 825af6
You're still fearful of other Sakkilians, right? And you haven't been glancing at Sakkilian gals besides Briannah and having passing lewd thoughts, have you? It's true on both, isn't it? So no, Xuv didn't make you attracted to Sakkilians 'cause you aren't attracted to Sakkilians; You're attracted to Briannah. You're attracted to her despite her being a Sakkilian. That there's so much else you about her you like it outweighs your fear. It's somewhat similar to how Briannah isn't a Varkophile and yet fell for your brother. People can fall for others for who they are, despite their forms.

And don't deny you've had feelings towards her brewing since before you met Xuv. Remember how at dinner yesterday you had to convince yourself that your heart was hammering away and your mind was clouded 'cause you were afraid of Briannah and not for other reasons? And also how when you found out she was a painter you immediately thought of giving her the old painting studio to make her happy. And how willingly you poured your heart and secrets out to her at dinner. Oh, and don't forget how at the end of your Regicide game verses her your thoughts wandered in lewd ways about her, and that when you saw her out of her armor from behind for the first time you stared fixated at her rear. So you had some physical attraction to her even back then.

Now, what to do about the sword and bracelet... Wait until the dessert course. That way you'll both be in a good mood from the excellent meal, a little wine and hopefully good conversation and company. Say you have a surprise for her and head inside. Pocket the bracelet in its box, get the sword and present it to her, plain scabbard and all, saying you hope it is to her satisfaction. After she accepts it, tell her that that wasn't the surprise. As you kneel down on bended knee and take the bracelet's box from your pocket say t
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641734 No. 641734 ID: b9cef6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
You wake up on a steel bed, with a hard mattress. You're freezing. You huddle the thin, natty blanket towards you, but it seems to make you colder, if anything.

Your name is Thomas. You and your friends came here, to [b]SPOOPWICH MANSION,[b] to stay overnight. You have vague memories of a long, boozy night. You finally admitted to Jenifer how much you liked her, she played it off as a joke, you tried to grope her, everyone made you sleep alone in this room.
But now, upon waking, you feel that something has gone horribly wrong. That perhaps the rumors surrounding Spoopwich were right.
You fear for your friends, but you know, in the pits of your mind, that you have only one goal.

ESCAPE SPOOPWICH MANSION.

The door to the left, where you know the rest of your friends slept, is locked. You don't know where the key is.
There is a door to the right, which should lead to the upper foyer, and by extension, the rest of the mansion.
There is also an entrance to the attic.
>What do?
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No. 659891 ID: b9cef6
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659891
>EXPLORE ROOM
You head out of the music room and towards the last unopened door in the hall.
>EXPLORE WHILE PROMOTING YOUR MANLYNESS
Well, that just kind of happens. Because you're so manly.
>PROMOTE MANHOOD BY SCREAMING YOUR LUNGS OUT
...how about not.
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No. 659892 ID: b9cef6
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You open up the door, revealing what seems to be a bathroom. There's a sink against the wall, with a small medicine cabinet above it. There's also a toilet, one of those old ones with the tank set high up. There's a bathtub and shower against the far wall, the showerhead dripping slowly. The tub has overflowed, covering the tile floor in a cold, wet puddle. The water drains out steadily into a small crack at the bottom of the wall.
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No. 659893 ID: 3663d3
check medicine cabinet. and look into the water.
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No. 659908 ID: ab7529
Yellow water is never a good sign.

>>659893
Pretty much.

I bet there's something hidden in the raised water tank, but there's no way you're wading through that in bare feet to check.
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No. 659975 ID: e114bc
>>659892
Oh god, the water damage. Can you turn the water off?


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655771 No. 655771 ID: bc7df6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
My name's John and the past few days have been terribly spooky. I bought a computer at a flea market for free that almost killed me. And just yesterday the spooks continued when I woke up in the hospital.

>I woke up in a hospital bed in a hospital. There was another guy laying in the bed across from me. It was sorta spooky but not too much. Everything was a blur, and I wasn't sure what to do next....
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>>658585
It was a ROPE HANDLE MOP imported from EUROPE, OKAY11

ANYWAY, I kept my hold on tight as the guard flailed around!! He started making these weird gurgling noises as he reached for his pistol...!

And suddenly he wasn't struggling much. He seemed to give up, slumping to the ground and twitching like a sped. I Unwrapped the handle and he went still, just unconscious I hoped.... Without missing a beat I dragged him back to the closet.

Stripping the guy for his uniform was fucking hard. I don't know how long it took to angle his body right to slip it all off in that tight space. And then changing into it, too! I took a lot more time than I'd expected to, but at the end I was in the guard's uniform, wearing his belt of key cards and strapped with a loaded gun. I kept the mop with me too, if only for its EXOTIC VALUE.

I stepped out of the closet and into the halls in my new disguise. There was nobody in this area of halls, it looked like.

>I had to get a plan together. This floor looked more or less safe--I'd have to use that to my advantage and stock up on...whatever it was I needed while I was here. It seemed to me the only places I could go from here were this floor's labs, the patient rooms, or the common room. When I was done with that, the stairwell and elevator looked like the only ways up or down.
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No. 659298 ID: 1cebc8
Attach knife to mop using duct tape in the janitor's closet to make a spear. Make a piling mess to trap the guard further. Equip pistol and spear.

Call elevator, then use the stairs to administration. Find the file database and erase your files, be sure to copy any suspicious information you find to a flash hard drive. Then find the secret exit that every bureaucrat keeps hidden for a quick getaway after a hard day's embezzling.
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No. 659385 ID: ab7529
Try the patient's rooms. That should connect to several parts of the hospital, and there will be people to lose yourself among. Remember to walk like you've got a purpose and are busy- don't look lost or confused.

>>659298
A improvised spear completely defeats the purpose of trying to pose as an ordinary guard. We want to look normal.
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No. 659917 ID: 9fe7e1
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I thought about making the mop into a makeshift spear. The faculty still had that knife with them though, wherever they were running around now. Besides, I doubted walking around with something like that would help with my new disguise.... In the end I ended up trying my best to jam the closet door shut with the mop handle and leaving it behind.

I was back on the floor's main pathways, now. Rooms for different patients lined both sides of the hall. My retro gamer instincts always told me it was best to start at the beginning, so.... I walked into the first door on my right and tried to look important.

It was one of the bigger areas like the room I'd been in. Two patients lay in beds while an old doctor leaned against the window and looked out at the setting--holy shit, the sun was already setting. I could faintly hear sirens somewhere out in the city. I wondered if any were for me....

>The old guy waved without looking away from the window. "Officer," he grunted. "Good seeing you. How's that scare downstairs going?"
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No. 659970 ID: ab7529
>How's that scare downstairs going?
Better than it sounds. We'll have everything sorted soon enough.


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632067 No. 632067 ID: 03a06f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
First thing's first.
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No. 641805 ID: d3be40
If this is some kind of tribal deathmatch, you are going to screw this ritual and fly north. No sense murdering your sisters when you can fight for a home in the Northlands... right?

Ask Meringue if she wants to come. Journeying north would be more dangerous but would also prove yourself like the Time.
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No. 641815 ID: bd8b82
>>641805
way way too premature for that. it could be anything. asking to run away before looking is bad.
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No. 659933 ID: 03a06f
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659933
You nod your head with a little smile you can't seem to wipe off your lips. You assure her that yes, you would love to stick together with her - but you omit your lack of hunting skill. What if she changes her mind when she finds you you'll just hold her back? You regret never talking to the girl earlier, but you suspect after tonight the two of you will be the best of friends.

Assuming, of course, that you both make it.

>>641800

You decide that maybe her bubbly personality means she knows the other girls more than you and cock your head, using your chin to indicate the other chattering harpies. "Oh, them?" Meringue taps her lip with one wing, her brows furrowed. "I know some of the girls because my momma knows their mommas. Uhmm.. Ten is the one with the pretty green feathers. She's really nice, sort of quiet though. I've only talked to the twins once - their names are Chime and Pearl. I erm...I don't remember which is which! It doesn't matter, they're both equally snotty." The small girl scrunched her nose up and tapped her foot hard on the ground. "They don't talk to anyone but each other anyway. And the big blue bird is Rain. She...doesn't talk much. Mostly shrugs. Erm. I'm not sure if she'll be much help to us either." She fluffed her neck feathers, tucking her chin down into the soft plumage. For a minute she looks just as nervous as you do.

Behind the only door in the Elder's hut you hear the murmur of voices. They're coming. It's about to start.

This is it
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No. 659937 ID: 3663d3
look the part the best. do what is expected for this. do you stand at attention?
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No. 659961 ID: 1cebc8
Fluff your wings. Listen carefully to the instructions. When you decide what you want to do, do it with SPEED. Tell Meringue to follow you as safely as possible.


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Hello you am Dokter! Someone hurt in this room you think yes!
Please to be letting you in, hall wall paper freaking you out, yes! Knock Knock!

Yes, you am d- You are the Village of Ramshearth’s only practicing physician. You have been called to room 25 of this inn slash family dining experience because you are not one to sit idly by and not offer your know how to those in need. You’re not sure of the situation, though. Either someone inside is having a psychotic break down or someone has a concussion. Maybe both? Part of this confusion is the game of verbal telephone that took place before you could get here and part of this is your acce- wait you don’t know you have an accent. Nevermind, it’s just the first part.

the first part: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/600413.html
medical knowledge : http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/86788.html

>Just go inside
>Tell us more about yourself
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No. 650820 ID: 37adba
Be Glimmer Strike, catch fiend by figuring out where they're going and stopping them from getting there.
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No. 651457 ID: d44ee5
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>Be Glimmer Strike, head suspect off at the pass

You have no idea where you are or where you're being led other than straight down the side of this mountain.
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No. 651479 ID: 37adba
Duh, what's at the bottom?
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No. 659947 ID: d44ee5
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>>651479
What's below?

A long way down.

If this was a more serious telling of the story of a youth on a journey to kill off half her family, this would be the part where she tragically becomes paraplegic in a world where the wheel was only just recently re-discovered.

But in the name of not over-soap-boxing an already convoluted message, we will assume Striker has simply become lodged in the crotch of that tree up there as the stranger makes a clean get away with what ever is inside that dufflebag.

They head west down a foot trail.
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No. 659960 ID: cdec48
>>659947
Ride bright red butts.


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656871 No. 656871 ID: c7bf94 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Hey, can you hear me now? Come on, now. Open your eyes that’s it.

Wow, that was a bit much wasn’t it?

Hmmm, you say you can’t remember who you are or how you got here?

Well it isn’t a bit of a shock that. Especially the way you got all the way down here.

Go ahead and think a bit, maybe it’ll come back to you

>Why did you came down here? What was the last feeling you remember?

*Power, you had just grasped it, and you feel just before the darkness. You could do anything.
*You died... Didn’t you... But you’re still alive?
*You... Failed... This is now... The only path
*This was the only way for you to survive. You are alive and still here
*It was just meant to be you guess. Everything had led up to this point


<Now while I do plot research, here's something else to help pass the time and keep in practice.>
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No. 659354 ID: bd8b82
1 point of PAYING ATTENTION, simply by accident really. desire to know things translates into ability to know things.
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No. 659402 ID: ab7529
>>659354
That works.
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659930
After many hours spent on seeking wherever hidden secrets were to be buried. Wisdom realized he was quite adept at LOOKING FOR STUFF.

>PAYING ATTENTION: LOOKING FOR STUFF-SKILLED

While the darkness gives some slight trouble. At least there is light to see by, even though it glows darkly. There, in the distance, bound by the chain that clinks is a building. And it floats above the abyss.

One could try climbing or walking along the chain to it. Or then again perhaps the chain could be better used to get to the other side of the cliff?
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No. 659932 ID: 3663d3
that building probably has secrets. heck it out.
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No. 659958 ID: ab7529
>>659930
Floating city? Cool. Worth investigating.


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