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660910 No. 660910 ID: defceb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
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No. 665379 ID: 225f37
Let's not make humanity think they're dinosaur descendants, that could be awkward. (Save that for the B-movie film spin-off of your adventure)

As for their story, they should be the ones to tell it. You may have been the first to come into contact with them, but you don't know everything about them. What happened to their civilization is part of their culture- we should find out what happened so we- no longer just as a single species but as a group- can learn from past mistakes and successes. The meeting of these two species could be the single greatest period in either of our histories for scientific, technological- hell, maybe even philosophical and ethical advancement.

I don't want political spin to jeopardize that- if a statement from me will really have that much of an affect, the best I can say is that contextualizing what we've seen of them in terms of our own history risks missing the real lessons we have to learn from them.
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No. 665605 ID: defceb
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>”People have been sending invitations out into space for centuries now. Even if I didn’t drop a line too, they could have just as easily watched me go and done the math. Nothing is really hidden on the stellar scale.”

“...that is going to complicate things.”

>”Going to complica-? Oh. Ohhh, I see how it is. You want to use this. You want to use me.”

“I’m not wholly self-serving. I believe it’s necessary to get…” He gestures off into the air. “… back on track. For progress.”

>”This is a major discovery. I don’t want to see any political spin jeopardize it.”

“‘Just the facts’, then? That’s just going to leave every speaker to spin it for themselves.”

>”I could say that they’re dinosaurs. Dinosaurs that jumped ship from Earth to escape the meteor.”

“...Marie, please. I’m trying to be serious.”

>”Well, I-”
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No. 665606 ID: defceb
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>>>A”AS””JJDHHHHNNNNASKF_II++_*U
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No. 665607 ID: defceb
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>”S-sorry. I uh… have a headache.”

“Are you okay?”

>”They’ve been happening a lot, recently. I’m okay. I think.”

“Perhaps we should have this discussion another time.”

>”I… I need some fresh air.”
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No. 665608 ID: e114bc
>>665607
Hmm. Memory leak? I wonder if the new body helped stop it. Ask him about the new body, by the way. Does it have markings on the face? Blue eyes?

Anyway, the space birds seem to confirm that some augmentation is necessary for space travel, but it DEFINITELY proves that you don't have to be entirely inorganic. They only replaced parts of themselves with cybernetics. Spin it that way- we don't have to all become robots, but we do need to use cybernetics to survive.

They also prove that continuing to fight amongst ourselves will only lead to the eventual destruction of the planet. We can show ourselves to be better than them.


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611113 No. 611113 ID: 7e38be hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
under the surface of the island of Tyson many strange beings stir, none more odd than the Pit things. Daemons of every shape and size mingle in the infinite darkness of the Pit, none more capricious than the Fates.

the Fates, in their omniscient boredom, meddle in the lives of mortals; some benevolent, others more mischievous, and a few purely sadistic in their interference.

you, the innumerable and fickle Fates can choose one of three strings to pluck:

The Raka warlord who must win one more battle to decide this war.
The Mraach Hexadept searching for her brother in Tezcata lands.
The Klangg who has found herself in a dark place.
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No. 665546 ID: dbe554
Tell her it varies from person to person, and that you wanted something that stood out.
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No. 665551 ID: 0fc976
*tips mandibles* M'lady.
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No. 665553 ID: ea0ad9
>some kind of body mod?
Uh, yeah I guess.
>do all Klangg do that?
No, not unless they decided to start getting them after I left.
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No. 665559 ID: e114bc
>>665537
Cool, they're friendly. Ask what's with the insignia.
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No. 665604 ID: 57dfcc
>I guess unending torture would be a pretty bad outcome from kissing someone. lucky I dodged that bullet.
I meant more general worst case than specific.

But yes, getting involved with a criminal with poorly understood magic and who encountered a situation where the good choice was killing his family could, in theory, turn ugly. We'll give him the benefit of the doubt for now, though.

>that is so cute!" she leans in, "what is that? some kind of body mod? that's so cool! do all Klangg do that?
Huh. Honestly, a much better first reaction than I expected.

Oh, um, thank you. Nice to meet you too. And no, we don't all do this, I'm a bit weird.


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633065 No. 633065 ID: 92ce18 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Discussion: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/89988.html

Sheik´s trust in "the Voice of the many": 37%

"Dodges the arrow of the hunter, and does the hunter`s job. How Ironic is that?"
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No. 665238 ID: 014bfc
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I have been using this mask since Early childhood, Imposed by my father... Might be better to make sure that someone knows this. Long Story Short, skipping details: I'm a bastard, My father was... From the nobility, and my mother a... commoner... Apparently, they had a relationship, But my father was an asshole (sorry for the language) and left her. My only theory is that He did this to protect himself, But My mother always supported him, probably trying to protect me from any grudge against any highborn...

If you ask me... Escape seem almost impossible and I... Don't really know what to think about Shade...

I don't know why they wouldn't take my armor with them... Then again, I'm not complaining. And yes, it is not attached to me, but there is another "surprise" when I don't wear anything... And no, it's not THAT, I don't know what you are thinking, but it's probably not that.

...Hmm I don't see any solutions here... well, I could tell you about my past with details, if you want, while I think on something.
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No. 665503 ID: 01220e
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Every plan I can think of would fail... And Shade is taking some time if he is going to help me...

Hmmm... Sasha Said that you may have "more influence in this world"... Have you guys been thinking on that? Any idea about what could that mean?
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No. 665514 ID: 6d4595
There's a chunk of wall to your left (In the lower right hand corner for us) that looks kind of suspicious. Hmm... If we're supposed to have more influence than we think, then maybe... Uhh, we're going to try pushing at that bit of wall. I think. I'm not entirely sure how this would work if we could do that, but hell, might as well try, right?
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No. 665526 ID: 99cfa8
665526
>>665503
Oh right, I kind of completely forgot about that... Okay, I've got a few things to try.
[Push suspicious wall >>665514 mentioned]
[Unlock gate]
[Lift mask]
Guess I'll save "transfer to shade" until after we see the results of those. Don't let me forget though, okay? (I don't know if I mentioned it before but things take longer for us than for you.)
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No. 665603 ID: aa044c
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>>665514
Emm... I don't really think that's a...

>>665526
OH GODS! The... the bricks fell and a lot of mud is coming in!... It almost seems they fell after being pushed by the mud though...

Bandit: Hey You! Stop doing more noises! I'm trying to sleep dammit, Don't make me come in there!

Huhh... So... Was it your doing or was it something that was bound to happen...? Anyway... I don't know if that helps much...


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660315 No. 660315 ID: 65a774 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
“A prayer for hope… a prayer for guidance… and prayer for forgives, in their eyes, for what we have done… and the horrors we will do… in the name of our lords.”
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No. 665575 ID: e114bc
>>665561
If this is a setup, then it was someone who was near enough to Qelba en route to stash the poison on him and poison the wine glass. That narrows down the suspects, but since Sisah can detect the poison she can check everyone's hands and clothes if necessary. Whoever has traces of it on their hands is the poisoner. If NOBODY has traces... then someone did it and escaped. I mean, c'mon. The guy being implicated is well known for despising spies and assassins. If he wanted to kill Briannah he'd do it more directly, like by ambushing her with a band of mercenaries or something.
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No. 665576 ID: 1cebc8
My guess is that the Major was considering it, but he didn't actually do it or else there would be some trace residue on his hands or coat sleeves. Check around for anything that he could have used to move the poison, including powers and one-time enchantments.

There's too much floating evidence and not enough time. Dismiss the case to throw Illasia off, and get started on preventing the next attempt.
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No. 665591 ID: ba3853
Detain him, for his safety and others, not quite sure which, yet. This doesn't leave the room, everyone hear? And for the love of all that is good, someone hurry with the doctors!
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No. 665596 ID: 9ddf68
Just detain him for now and launch a proper investigation. Not going to say we know the guy well enough say he's innocent but from we have heard of the guy he's so damn honor bound that he POISONING someone just strikes me as odd to say the least. Besides what would he have to gain if he did poison Briannah and it seceded?
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No. 665602 ID: c43722
That dove showing up here could easily be a coincidence since the palace seems to have loads of those flying white rats nesting about, but you have the feeling it wasn't. Either Illasia was watching to see if whoever was her agent here succeeded in poisoning Briannah, or she caught wind of the poison plot and wanted to see if it worked. ...Or maybe the dove somehow was involved in the poisoning attempt. Well, whether she was involved or not, all you can do right now is follow the trail of Choking Willow and see where it leads.

You'd think at first that Major Qelba did it, since the pouch of Choking Willow was in his pocket and he started stuttering and acting very nervous when Sisah found it, but the lack of traces of poison on his hands rules him out... Unless he somehow cleaned his hands after applying it, but you doubt he could have done that without anybody noticing. So it's likely it was slipped into his pocket by another, either after they poisoned Briannah's wine or before the meeting in order to frame him for the poisoning. There may be another with the same skill as Doxan, or even better than him, who did this. Though, you would very much like to know why Qelba started stuttering as soon as Sisah found the poison in his pocket.

Ask everybody besides Sisah to stay where they are; You don't want them spreading around any traces of Choking Willow that may be on the floor. Also ask them to keep their hands where we can all see them; You don't want anybody surreptitiously wiping or cleaning traces of the poison off their hands. Ask Sisah to scan the whole floor for traces of Choking Willow, followed by the counter where the wine was, the tables, the doorknobs and then the hands, clothes and shoes/feet of everyone here. And when you say "everyone" you mean absolutely everyone, including Doxan, yourself and Briannah; You want to be absolutely thorough here.

It's unfortunate that Si
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662096 No. 662096 ID: dd338c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Ah, right where I left it! It is nice how soft the dirt becomes in area where feet do not constantly tread upon it.
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No. 665590 ID: 3663d3
actually yeah, call the unknown potions "bottled chaos" and that doing something random with no fore thought is like, the most chaotic thing they can do.
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No. 665592 ID: bb78f2
>>665583
It will be less awkward if you're enlarged instead of standing on Howza's shoulders, but it will be a more boring story and you won't be making the great escape with your potential future daughter
Spend 35 gold
Heal Nezul - maybe ask alchemy girl if she can create a healing potion for Nezul's eyes - have him hide among the tower drake circle for an amazing escape in case everything goes wrong. Since he's palace-faction and famous, he should be able to convince them to let him fly around the tower if he's healed
Immunize Kexluk as well, have him as backup in case stuff goes wrong and we're leaving the city immediately after the heist, plus we need his telekinesis

Then wing it as we get up there. It's what bards do best.

Simple plan story.
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No. 665593 ID: e114bc
No guts no glory! Buy them all! In a crisis just throw the random potions at people. Effects stack so even if you get a beneficial potion you can toss another one.
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No. 665595 ID: e5fe09
Always keep a little gold for the unforeseen, Story. Skip the mystery potions.

In fact, if she wants to see what they do, why not give them to the kobolds for use in the random chaos pranking? Just keep track of which potion was used on who and she'll find out, which should be worth the production costs in the first place.
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No. 665601 ID: 1430b4
Definitely spend 30 on the tower package, and optionnally 5 for the mystery potions sample. But no more on the mystery potions (at least, not yet), we may need the cash.


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615711 No. 615711 ID: 6b7ea4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
i know who did this.
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No. 665492 ID: b9516e
it might be good to let him help you, even just for a few nights or a week or two. even if it's awkward and uncomfortable.

it's going to be bad no matter where you go, and it's generally not a good idea to pile everything onto one person, but it looks like you could do with a few nights of support and security.

you'll be in no condition to catch the bad guys if you sleep at your desk every night
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No. 665497 ID: 2ca47b
take him up on the offer at least once so he can feel like he's helping, stay at a motel the rest of the time. don't sleep at work unless you have to, that isn't gonna help anything and it'll give you an awful crick in your neck
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No. 665498 ID: 2e5e5f
>>665481
right now you want the tgchan special. a hug.
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No. 665541 ID: e4e2e6
you seem really stressed out. if you continue to sleep at the station (or not sleep at all) your mood surely won't improve. but a good night's sleep might make you feel better enough that everything that's going on won't look quite so large and daunting.
it's okay to need help. it's okay to ask for help, and it's okay to accept help from others.
i'd take buxley up on his offer.
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No. 665600 ID: 5a9132
You need a proper night's sleep in a real bed. Take Buxley up on his offer. He seems like a good person, he wants to help you, and let's face it, you could do with some help. You could also use a hug but that might be too awkward from your colleague.


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650533 No. 650533 ID: 1f8505 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
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No. 665562 ID: 1f8505
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Lt. Taylor stuns the second zombie as it rounds the corner and runs for the elevator. As the first one starts to stand back up, Elena trips and falls to the floor. Lt. Cmdr. Jacobe runs back to help her up.

Cherie: "C'MON! C'MON! EVERYONE GET IN NOW!"

I stealthy trip the first zombified crew mate as he beings to lumber towards Jacobe and Elena. He falls flat on his face, buying the two precious time.

Right as Jacobe helps Elena hobble into the elevator, Devin hits the Door Close button. The door closes shut right as a zombie reaches the elevator.

The sounds of a zombie scratching at the door echo throughout the elevator cab, disrupting the tense silence.
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No. 665563 ID: e114bc
>>665562
Push butan. Which floor are we going to?
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No. 665572 ID: 1cebc8
Quick body count, then check for possible zombie entrances.

After you're sure that you have at least five minutes to make a decision, discuss what needs to be done and the various floors you can go to.
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No. 665597 ID: 9ddf68
so what floor are we going to and why has nobody pushed the button to it yet?
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No. 665598 ID: 3663d3
push button


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661642 No. 661642 ID: 3b1e59 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
This is the normal story of a normal boy in a normal home. This Normal Quest begins in this boy's room. Obviously there is a large amount of objects that can be examined! But first, let's start with his name.
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No. 665531 ID: 3663d3
can at least get you stuff from like, other rooms.
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No. 665566 ID: 40596e
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>>665531

It is possible. Val could even find a way to get to Lonely's door and unlock it... However...

"I-I dunno. It's really dangerous Val. You could get hurt and I'd lose all my research and data... Or worst, my Guardian could see you and we could both get in trouble!"

"I have calculated our chances of success and they are fair. I wouldn't worry too much. Even if I am "hurt", as long as my memory chip is intact I will retain all the data saved on me. Plus the chances of your Guardian coming any time soon is slim. This is your only chance at escape, the mission. Do not let it go."

Loney... is torn. Should risk letting Val go? Or try to find another way to escape?
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No. 665568 ID: fbc59e
Now seems as good a time as any frankly. Maybe it could be better timed but we've an out AND the guard isn't here, so it's already almost optimal GO TIME!
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No. 665584 ID: ad936f
risk it!
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No. 665594 ID: 5a02f7
Totally worth the risk. Besides, losing Plushtrap wouldn't be that big of a tragedy. The thing is creepy.


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644593 No. 644593 ID: 26e769 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Previous thread: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/634122.html

Discussion thread: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/90316.html
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No. 665545 ID: 1cebc8
Not a good idea. Until Silvio is dealt with and his trap network is disabled, every wish you make has the potential to kill you.

Hope nothing goes wrong with the drive tho.
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No. 665548 ID: 9bfef9
Actually, I think we might want to consider it, or at least try and work out what can go wrong so we don't get unintended side-effects...
I'm thinking wish Ayame is alive, and if needed, for memories of her being around so we know what's the changes will be.
Orc can wish to be slightly taller if only for wish-shielding, and so it's not a big change that throws everything off.
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No. 665556 ID: 57dfcc
>I don’t know where all of this is going, or how long we’ll have this guy around
You could ask him, maybe. He's a person, not just a magic force that fucks up lives, though he seems to do that too.

Pendel, you gonna leave him high and dry if he delays not to fuck us over, or can you make some kind of promise he'll get to spend his wish dosh so he'll stop freaking out.

>would you like to make a wish, Orcid?
Well, to do that, I'd first have to go through this whole song and dance to make sure you didn't really teleport off somewhere with Ikram when I was out of the room, and that I'm not talking to Silvio and a magic imposter right now.

Also even without evil genies, poorly thought out wishes are bad. I need more than the spur of the moment while my mother shouts to think. So unless you've got a complimentary wish-discussion time-stop up your sleeve...?

Honestly, the one big fucking wish we have right now is to switch those two back. But you can't / won't do that. Everything else we're even considering is a hack solution to deal with that (and really, per customer service, those coping fixes should be complimentary until he resolves the problem. Heck, even switching them back should be free, since the switch bypassed the regular rules, and Ronnie was tricked into it, and no credits were spent on it).

...we wouldn't be rushing off to the hospital and worried about drugs if we just fixed Ronnie's habit. But then we're burning Orcid's points on her problem, and since she's not in the loop, we'd be permanently messing with Ronnie's head.
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No. 665558 ID: e114bc
>>665540
Orchid needs to make a wish to preserve her memories. So let's get some superpowers. Hmm. Should be something that can be used without people freaking out about it, or something that can't be blamed on her. How about... the ability to remember things perfectly on command? That would help a lot with studying, and is really useful in many lines of work.

I'm in favor of turning back time so Lily doesn't have to go to rehab, but... then we have to wish away the addiction, and Raven is refusing to wish for anything, so someone else is gonna have to use wish credits.

>>665556
Ronnie made a wish (the body swap), her head is safe.
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No. 665588 ID: 57dfcc
>>665558
Not if we're wishing to cure her addiction, since her addiction is part of her head. Ronnie was already concerned about what curing herself meant, and it'll only be worse if she's not even involved in the decision, or how it works.


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665077 No. 665077 ID: a8ea9f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
My alarm did not end up waking me like it usually does, as I was dragged out of pleasant REM sleep by my currently plugged-in multi-band radio communication device. I had foolishly left it on last night, although we really don’t have a night, sitting by where I lay my head, which is on a small night stand that sits so close to the cot I sleep on that I have, more than once mind you, gave myself a nasty bump on the temple. One night, or in the official terminology ‘Sleeping Hours’, the designated hours of silence in the crew quarters hallway, save for mine, I rolled over with enough force to cause a nasty gash to open just above my left eye-brow, causing blood to spurt out at a terrifying rate, ruining not only the sheets, but the mattress as well. I would have moved the damned thing far enough away from the cot so as to not cause these rude awakenings but my current living arrangements kind of prevent this from happening.

I live in a Janitor’s Closet’s Closet located at the ass-crack of the ESV Australia. I am a “Janitor, but my official title is Sanitation Engineer, and I wear that with pride as one of only a handful of people who live around the ship in their own little shit-kingdoms of cleanliness that do this job. When I said I lived in the ass-crack, I meant it. The engine room is only separated from where I sleep by the mechanic team’s lounge and locker room, as well as a total 80 inches of steel. The space doesn’t mean anything as this whole area of the ship is constantly vibrating at varying levels of intensity, any period of ‘silence’ molested by a low hum that would drive most to the point of insanity after having put up with it as much as I, or any of the mechanics have. Then there’s the smell. I’ll just leave it at ungodly.
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No. 665225 ID: 05964c
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Not good!
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No. 665231 ID: 05964c
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SHIT SHIT SHIT!!!

If they look through my cart and find the plasma torch I stole a while back, I'll get fucking fired! When I say fired, I don't mean just stripped of any duty and not getting paid, hell no! This isn't a hotel! They'll get close to whatever known habitable planet is nearest and shoot me in a 'get the hell off my ship' into the atmosphere! Sure, this is hardly legal but how would they get found out about? I'd have to by chance survive the crash, then, assuming the planet has intelligent life on it, find a way to get to a space port!

If I were an AI I'd calculate the chances of my survival to be around the ballpark of 1 to 0.0001 percent.

But I'm not, so all I have for any guess of chances at survival is my bowels that feel like they're about to empty themselves into my jumpsuit.
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No. 665244 ID: 05964c
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I reach for my radio and discover I didn't remember to bring it with me!

Without thinking a minute more, I make a mad dash for my Sanitation Station. When I turn around the final corner, I see my Sanitation Cart and Slidstis standing guard.

I slow to a brisk walk and let out a sigh of relief as I make my way to him. He doesn't look happy but I prefer him finding anything in that cart than any of the other Heads.
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No. 665399 ID: 05964c
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The lizard man bore his stare down into my like fire from a dragon, though I would have preferred that over to what actually came out of his mouth.

Slidstis: "You are really fucked up man. I found the torch you lifted from the mechanics supply three weeks ago."

Stones: "Ok, not even going to bother explaining myself. You going to turn me in?"

Slidstis: "Think I should? A lot of harm can be done with something like this, without an explanation I'd be forced to believe the worst."

Stones: "What, you think I'm going to send the ship crashing down somewhere with this? Think I'm going to go cutting holes into walls? I'm a fucking janitor Slid, I'm the one who has to clean that kind of shit up."

Slidstis: "Then why do you have it?"

Stones: "Just in case. Its a tool, this ship is coming apart more and more every day, never know when a wall or ceiling can collapse on me, without that I'd be stuck a lot longer than I'd like to. Upper Management almost never deals with shit like that immediately, I could be left there for a day or more!"

That last statement probably isn't true, but I'm grasping for straws at this point anyways so might as well stick with it.
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No. 665574 ID: d6f6ff
>>665399
I got nothin

swallow your pride and go do what >>665190 said to further avoid being fucked with


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478624 No. 478624 ID: f50094 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Chapter two

It is the next morning. We find Ring waking from a fantastically uninteresting dream about jogging to discover that she has the slightest hint of a hangover. What thoroughly wholesome journeys will you guide her along today?
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No. 657548 ID: bd8b82
are trolls bad with fire?
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No. 657564 ID: ab7529
>I should make pepper bombs or something. I can close my second eyelids, and try not to breathe. Man I sure hope I don't get any up my nose again.
If you got goggles or some kind of protective eyewear, and a mask / filter to cover your mouth and nose, you wouldn't have to worry about blasting yourself.
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No. 657691 ID: 91ee5f
Who says you need to learn to fight? All you need are the basics to fighting trolls!

Rule #1: Pointy end of sword goes in the other guy.

Rule #2: Aim for eyes to blind them.

Rule #3: In case of male troll, aim for male parts. >.<

Rule #4: If all else fails, sing the song of their people. It will confuse them and confused trolls are easy to run away from! The song of their people is called "The Trololo Song".

And that's all you need to know to fight trolls!
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No. 665286 ID: 8111b6
I certainly hope trolls don't have any questionable habits. ... Say, are there stories about trolls doing... things? Or are they usually only about making people stew or something? After all, we need to know if such a thing is something we will have to "cautiously avoid" or if not getting squished is the more important thing to fret over.
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No. 665565 ID: ec5b46
Before this progresses, do you really think Geoffrey is going to be able to take on ALL the ogres himself? He became sentient a few days ago and has never been in a real fight, and snouters don't strike me as predators. You might be throwing him a beating or worse while accomplishing nothing.


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Wiki: http://tgchan.org/wiki/Static_on_the_Wire
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No. 665528 ID: b5b419
>>665507
...yeah, DA and Monica are gonna end up boning.

Anyway.

Hack the machine that does the conversion for moldies, shove 'em all back in.
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No. 665532 ID: 2f4b71
>>665507
Loyalty to the name? To a likeness? A codephrase? A wireless encryption key?
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No. 665544 ID: d90668
She has been my only friend since I woke up a moldie. The only one who did not treat me like a object from day one. If she is not trustworthy I do not even see the point of all of this.
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No. 665554 ID: 0fc976
I owe DA more than I thought, and Monica, who saw me as... more than a tool, has her friends and family on the line too.

We'll do 88-12 and the other drones a favor and just put 'em to sleep.
(Drones are already practically robots, rezzing the outpost's drones AGAIN would a) reduce their effectiveness further and b) take forever.)
Gaining access to the turrets, drone controls and alarms at the security kiosk is our current priority. Our next objective, though, is 90-2.

Hey hey, ho ho, 90-2 has got to go. What are her capabilities, Monica?
To avoid suspicion, I would send her out on a mission and ensure she never returns. She might not even make it out of the caves, depending on how we edit the mission recordings.
Or, if we delete her employee data, will she be seen as an unknown hostile by outpost security and/or drones?
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No. 665555 ID: 57dfcc
>How the fuck can you trust her?
Cause she's my oldest and first friend, and the first person to actually give a damn if I lived or died. I would be dead already, if not for her.

>How the fuck can you trust this guy?
That money trail you found leading back to him? The one that made the bureau want Keesh dead? It makes him want her not dead.

So we got a common interest in keeping someone alive, and in fucking over a common enemy. Sosa makes a lot of friends, ya see.

(We trust him only so far as we can throw him, and upper body strength ain't Sev's thing. He's an ally of convenience and necessity, not deep seated trust).

>can't hack the drones
They're stupid, and they have to get orders from somewhere in order to act on that loyalty. They can be tricked if we get ahead of that, right?

I mean, they should be set to take orders from Monica (until she's outed as a traitor) and Sosa's remote orders need to come from somewhere. We either need to cut off remote access so they stay Monica loyal, or we need to hack Sosa's communication system and impersonate him.

...how many drones are on the base? How many non-us moldies? We need a play to turn or deal with all those guys before they try to kill us.


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665423 No. 665423 ID: 3009b4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Welcome to Spike and Kitty's Terrible Stupid Quest!

Spike and Kitty are two cat characters I created when I was in school for dumb children and teens. (Actually I think I had a kangaroo character at 10)

I haven't seem them in years but the discussion of "terrible things you created as a child" came up and this is my terrible thing.

Spike is a nuclear-powered 80's wrestler-fighting man who's oblivious to girls.

Kitty is a lightning-powered ninja-lawyer who realized that the only way ninjas survive is when they become heroes (otherwise they're canon fodder).

Together, they fight crime.
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No. 665508 ID: 3009b4
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Spike: Get in.

Kitty: Spike, get serious. I mean, get less stupid. We both know that thing only runs in your deranged imagination. How will we get out to wherever Jay Leno and his Jay Walkers are planning their assault?

Spike: I'll fill up the dryer with nuclear farts and then we'll light it and blast our way over!

Kitty: I think I'm open to OTHER suggestions.
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No. 665527 ID: 99cfa8
>>665508
Sound plan, except you need to use a fridge instead. They're more sturdy, yanno,
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No. 665547 ID: 1cebc8
Diet Coke and Mentos

And some dead psychic orphans
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No. 665549 ID: 46df9e
I'm sure Kitty could easily sink a three pointer from that distance, so just tie a rope from her to the plane and let her have at it.
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No. 665552 ID: c0fe75
>>665508
Now now Kitty, don't underestimate The power of Spike's deranged imagination! That plane's gonna FLY, just you wait and see!


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No. 665510 ID: 0179f2
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>Wait, can we speed that up any? Like can you control the growth of the plating in any way to add a hinge, or can you break a hole in it?

All none genetic changes would be temporary but if you found a quiet spot to enter a metamorphic stage you could alter your body to do just that and more.

>What's the Red Genesis?

"My lord, Red Genesis was a weapon originally designed as a last resort for purging a devastating pandemic but was decommissioned before its intended use. It was stolen and launched at a much later date, obliterating the planet's surface."

"Launched by whom?" you ask.

Richard scratches his head in thought, "Certainly not by the United Federation but I'm actually unsure of who exactly fired it. Forgive me."

>blob to your right, and a crystal to your left.

The blob is a large cave opening lit by sunlight. You pick up the crystal as it emits soothing light pulsing rhythmically up and down your arm. Chemical reactions are absent confounding you. No heat either. How does it produce light?

"Hey Rich check this out. This crystal is bright okay, but I can't figure out how it stays lit."

Richard takes the crystal and soon finds himself puzzled, "Impossible. Looks like ordinary quartz, feels like it too. Maybe it's magical like in fairy tales. An enchanted crystal."

"Oh. Magic. Of course, I understand now what it is."
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No. 665511 ID: 0179f2
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An absurd, disgraceful theory of imagination!
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No. 665519 ID: e114bc
>Chemical reactions are absent confounding you. No heat either. How does it produce light?
Could be wireless electricity activating really tiny LEDs?

If magic doesn't exist, how do your psychic powers work?
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No. 665533 ID: 3663d3
oh, so you destroy things you do not understand, instead of holding on to it for when you get better more in depth tools capable of detecting the mechanism.

you also lose the right to complain about impossibility when you lived through a stopped heart. a cessation of chemical processes, even temporarily, results in an organisms death unless some other force was acting on it.
aka, calm your tits, jeez, it's just a glowing rock.
besides, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. anything that is magic can be technology that you just don't understand. could be the crystal was designed in a way that when exposed to certain kinds of radiation it emits lights, which would be a reaction on the SUB-atomic scale. which your atomic senses would be incapable of detecting.
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No. 665550 ID: 0fc976
Perhaps the psionic is not one to talk about theories of imagination.


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657129 No. 657129 ID: c01a15 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Chapter VII


Please select a character.
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No. 665493 ID: 1edda4
In an over-exaggerated, obviously not serious tone: "My father was a drinker, and fiend..."
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No. 665494 ID: 57dfcc
>>665484
You lost a fight with a glass of water. Maybe if he gets you one, there will be a repeat performance.
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No. 665495 ID: c22069
"You don't look dim, Why don't you guess? How do you think someone usually get messed up like this?"

Anyways say your looking for a "Fat Andy" because word says you can speak to him about "investing" in "liquid bread".
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No. 665542 ID: b9cef6
"I fell down some stairs."
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No. 665543 ID: 334db2
That's a lot of stories I'm not drunk enough to tell.


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Part 1: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/499386.html
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No. 665517 ID: 70930c
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We arrive back at the cave entrance. The drop pod from the robot landed here. It's blocking the entrance a bit but I should still be able to squeeze past. Other than the pod there's nothing out of place, no sign anyone else is here.

"Alright, all aboard I guess."
>"So," Beck says "where exactly are we going?"
"Well, I haven't really thought that far ahead. For now I just want to get away from this planet, try to make sure we're not being followed. We can call Keys when it's safe and then... I dunno."
>"Okay um, shit. But are you sure you can get away from them? How are we gonna do it if we can't even see them?"

That's a pretty good question. For starters I'm not sure how I wanna get off the planet. If they're right above us already just jetting straight up to orbit would probably be a bad idea. I could try to put some distance between us in the atmosphere first, make things harder for them. But it'd waste time, if they were in orbit already it'd just give them a better chance to prepare and intercept us.

And what if they do chase us, should I shoot at them? Obviously I would if they were shooting at us too, but so far they haven't been outright hostile.
Although I guess they probably are the ones who sent a killer robot after us.
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No. 665520 ID: e707e9
>>665517
Can they detect when something leaves the atmosphere? Like, if we departed on the opposite side of the planet would they know we left?
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No. 665522 ID: e114bc
>>665517
Oh hey I wonder if we can take the robot apart- its limbs at least- and sell the parts to someone or get someone to analyze it to figure out who made it. Well, it's a bit late for that now I suppose, I wouldn't tell you to go walking back to where it is now. Thinking about it a bit, we'd get just as many answers out of dissecting the drop pod.

Well, it found us even though we went low, although that could be because we took so long to find Beck.

...if you analyze the impact of the drop pod can you tell how far up it was dropped from? The crater doesn't look that big this time around, I don't think it was dropped from orbit. Chances are they're still monitoring the area to see if the robot comes back out too, so they're probably not in orbit now. That means you can probably spend some time in atmosphere to lose them.

If they DO wind up following you again, go ahead and shoot. I would suggest doing so mainly to disable their cloaking so you can see what their ship looks like.
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No. 665523 ID: 70930c
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>Can they detect when something leaves the atmosphere? Like, if we departed on the opposite side of the planet would they know we left?

Yeah it depends on where they are. If they're also in the atmosphere they shouldn't be able to tell what we're doing if we're far enough away that they wouldn't have line of sight to us. If they're in orbit already though they'll probably be able to see us.

This of course all assumes they don't have crazy advanced radar tech that can ignore all current physical limitations. Not something we can really rely on!
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No. 665529 ID: 9ddf68
well if they dropped the robot here then they probably have their eye's on this place already unless they dropped a robot off at all the places we checked/were going to check. But I'm sure they have a way of keeping track of the robots and with the crippled one back there I feel that we should just get the hell out of the area. Stay low like you were when we were looking for Beck and then once you feel like you're far enough away fly up into space. this place is in an asteroid field right? I think I recall you saying something about asteroid fields being in this sector. If they're along the way and we can't go invisible then we can at least make it a bitch for them to get line of sight on us. Also planet hop a little. Try to skim near inhabit worlds as whoever this guys are they do seem to be trying to stay away from heavily populated worlds. I mean they sent a robot after you on a planet run by pirates who barely ever leave there space station and a bunch of stranded tribals and they sent another robot after Beck when he was on a uninhabited asteroid. So they at seem to at least be trying to avoid getting noticed... At least without that fuck all huge ship of theirs.


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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.

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No. 665390 ID: ea0ad9
The Piper's look was probably just bemusement at the fact that you used his trick after all the complaints you had about it. I don't see the use of asking him about it.
Nick's cache might be dangerous to mess with... Unless I spaced out and missed something? Wasn't his cache just the donations?

I don't want to delay the trip to see Skyia (Or even just to visit some other, living mortals), so I say check the school and the labs, then head out.
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No. 665394 ID: d6549f
2 In case we need somewhere to retreat to before leaving
6 To see if anything there is useful
3 To see if there is anything particularly noteworthy in the stash (though we should avoid taking or touching anything for now)
5 To check what is blocking the entrance; we might be able to buy something in town to help us get in
4 Once we have an idea of what sort of supplies we need

1 Can wait until the next time we talk to the piper; I think we will be heading back there sooner or later regardless.
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No. 665395 ID: 7a6915
>I have a feeling Nick's lacking the education to really understand what might be left in a lab.
So might we, since we don't know what developmental level your research and manufacturing was at exactly. If there's supplies for chemistry we could suggest recipes for explosives and other fun stuff--most of us are better with non-magical devices and techniques. If the lab's magical like your golems (or are they magical?) we may need a primer on how your magic works to give good advice. There is a surprising amount of overlap between our knowledge of machinery that works on natural principles and stuff that seems like magic though.
I generally agree with the suggestions made >>665394 as an order of operations from the possibilities you suggested. Depending on what we find in the church cache we may consider dropping off some more cursed gold for the piper before traveling to weaken the curse more, but that's risky. Further, we don't know how smoothly our attempt to investigate the cache will go, without 'Father Nick' there to absorb the attentions of the spirits. The church may no longer be safe to visit, so be prepared to give up on the cache and further attempts to do anything in the church.
Another thing to do is check that Redeemer shrine to see if we have a return message from the message we sent earlier. We don't know who we were sending a message to, how busy they are or interested in helping, but the most practical advice we can get with managing the curse probably comes from the experts, yeah?
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No. 665417 ID: 57dfcc
He explained dragons before, although I guess you were rather more tired and focused on something else at the time. >>650291

Would we still need to pose as a 'dragon slayer' to approach her, or if she's got mortal connections, could we approach that way?

Also, while we're on the subject, the spirit-records we've been able to dig up say your great-grandfather was once Wesler's dragon. It was his job to be scary to keep people in line, which puts your great-grandmother's winning him over in an even more impressive light.

>fascinating
Ugh. Is he ever fixated on this topic. Starting towards creepy.

>>665394
This seems mostly reasonable, though we should be very cautious in the church, and the areas Nick noted had golem guardians. We don't want to start a big confrontation, yet. (We might need to use glamour and/or spoof).

General plan is a last quick check of things here before we retreat and try the out-of-town leads, then hopefully come back better prepared.
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No. 665502 ID: 3009b4
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Sami quickly moves back to town towards the schoolhouse. It's a simple single-story affair except for a small attic with a bell tower. The red paint has long faded, revealing the wood grain beneath. The roof is in horrible repair with large gaps, and the bell has fallen from its tower.

As she pushes open the door, Sami immediately understands why this is a safe haven. Nothing inside the school house has changed. I'm sorry A thick layer of dust covers the desks and chairs, but the drawings and notes left the day before the disaster still remain. I'm so sorry There looks like there was some brief disturbance caused by Nick's exploration but even he left most things untouched. An overwhelming sense of loss and despair floods Sami's mind, and the sensation is similar to sinking. I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry.

Sami runs her fingers across the board, caressing it as she remembers her life before the disaster before the failure. All those memories she kept trying to suppress force their way to the surface clawing for air and she finds it overwhelming.

This is why the cursed spirits won't come here. This is a sacred place, like the church.

The guitar sparks across her fingers rhythmically, the invisible strings vibrating gently.

Sami: I don't think there's anything we need here. Let's head to the lab.


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”Mara?” Kamai asked dubiously, ”Isn’t that, like, a Second Circle Demon?”

“The Shadow-lover, defining soul of Erembour, That Which Calls to the Shadows, seventh soul of the Ebon Dragon,”
spoke the be-goggled girl, who had been quiet until now.

”Then who’re the other ones?”

“Gumela is of Jacint, made as a mockery of the Loom of Fate. Janequin is one of Oramus’s second-circle souls, of Remondin, if I remember correctly – she has a lot to do with luck and fortune.”

“Ya should know this shit, Kamai,”
Lintha scolded.

Kamai pursed her lips, ”I didn’t see you volunteering the information. Anyway, now it makes a bit more sense. Go on, Edge.”
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No. 665024 ID: 7a6915
"I'm not supposed to check up on a beautiful lady I'm interested in seeing? I have been asked to send a necklace of claw strider teeth by someone back home, but truthfully I came to visit, say hello, ask how you are, offer drinks or meals, and generally bask in your sultry beauty.
"But please forgive my rudeness for being so informal. Sienna, this is Feng. Feng, this is Sienna. Have you met before, and is it time for food or drinks?"
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No. 665035 ID: 57dfcc
>>665001
>all our fake identities are trivially disposable, and over the long term we eventually will dispose all of them anyway. So why accept risk we don't have to when we can shed it and try again infinitely?
Well, one reason to maybe stick with an identity is progress with bride candidate(s). We can carry personal resources and information over between identities, but not social connections. We have to start that over with every face.

The other consideration might be intimacies. I'm not sure if there's a penalty if we try to drop something we've developed an intimacy towards cold.

>>665009
So we have low level muscle and backup so long as we use it smart. Hmm. We probably outclass anyone they can field, but there might be a scenario were we could exploit being able to put bodies out there.

>Feng leaned down in an attempt to pet the creature, but it hissed with enough menace to make him withdraw his hand.
If that's how it reacts to him, that's a pretty good sign they haven't met before. Either the pet would already be used to him, or he would have already learned better.

>her gaze locked on to me and her expression fell
Is my company so distasteful? Why, a lady's feelings might be hurt.

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>>665035

”Is my company so distasteful? Why, a lady’s feelings might be hurt.”

“Well, maybe a lady should make her company more tasteful.”


Ouch.

>>665021

”I simply desire the pleasure of your company – and a necklace of claw strider teeth.”

>>665024

“But please forgive my rudeness for being so informal. Sienna, this is Feng. Feng, this is Sienna. Have you met before?”

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No. 665472 ID: 57dfcc
>what’s in it for me?
Why, I had this strange idea we could participate in an exchange of currency for goods and/or information.
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No. 665500 ID: 7a6915
"I was considering taking you out on a date, but if my company is really so odious to you I guess you wouldn't want that for free either. Are you more interested in a fee or a return service?"


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Chapter 1: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/573652.html
Chapter 2: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/584397.html
Chapter 3: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/595692.html
Chapter 4:http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/623905.html

Wiki: http://tgchan.org/wiki/A_Conspiracy_of_Wasps
Discussion: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/81536.html
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No. 665468 ID: d90668
While it might be dangerous with the end of the world waiting around the corner it was worth the risk.

Honestly the last few days have been good for you. You have a few new friends, you have gotten a better handle on your powers and learned a lot of things that will help you.

So keep your chin up because you have made some important steps in improving your life.

Anyways while you are waiting for the doc get some pillows under Diego's head and get comfy. Hopefully the stuff will wear off in a few hours.
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No. 665469 ID: e114bc
>>665467
"Give her back"... Did Dr Cooper leave part of herself behind? No, that shouldn't be possible. People go into trances when they're delving and being delved into.

Let's go talk to Lester, but we need to wait for Dr Cooper to get here before trying to go into his mind for any more parts of the device. We should just try to see if he's willing to talk about his issues, and gauge how much he trusts us.
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No. 665473 ID: a141b0
Hey, it might not be about you. Don't let reflecting on your darker times bring back bad habits. Besides, there are factors to your decision that you haven't talked to Doctor Cooper about. Some due to your job security, and others due to just not wanting to sound insane to your therapist.

A lot of those things you didn't talk to her about because you weren't yet telling Diego about the whole entering people's minds thing. When she gets here, you might want to catch her up on the two other times you accidentally entered people's mind; once while checking an unconscious persons pulse, and again when someone fell on you. And Doug. Doug coming out to you as expressing the same condition should be high on the list.

But that is in the near distant future. More immediately...

>>665469
DO NOT TALK TO LESTER BEFORE DOCTOR COOPER! There are way too many fireworks that could go off there. Doctor patient confidentiality will keep you from asking Doctor Cooper about Lester, of course, but that is not the reason you should delay. If Doctor Cooper sees you talking to someone else before she gets there... boy that would be trouble.
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No. 665496 ID: 8dde9a
>>665473

Agreed, for now enjoy Zeke's company and make Diego comfortable, and maybe put a pencil and paper in our reptilian friend's hand. Who knows it might just be informative.
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No. 665499 ID: e114bc
>>665496
Oh my god we could ask him to draw what he sees.


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PERSONAL ASSISTANT AI BOOTUP..........

WAITING .......................
WAITING .......................
WAITING .......................
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Maroon shifts in their seat, a smile shifting along with them under the mask. “You’re kinda cool, Goldie.”
“Kind of? Hahahaha! Gimme a break.” Goldie gives them a hidden grin as they pull into the lot outside the warehouse. “I’m the coolest person you’ve ever met.”
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“HHHHEY, FINALLY!” Outside the warehouse, a cluster of Pluto’s Charge members are waiting, some more impatient than others. Music and flashing lights are already spilling from the open doors of the building in the distance, and Maroon assumes most of the gang is already inside – the ones waiting outside are Goldie’s inner circle.

Goldie gestures at the group as they hop out of the car.

“Maroon, have you met everyone? At least once before, right? You got Yolk, Daffodil, Cadmium, Mikado, Flax –“ They stop and laugh, hands on hips. “Actually, this is stupid. We’ll all mingle inside anyway, right?”

“I- I guess …”

[Just Put Maroon] I’ve seen the members around, but Goldie is the only one I’ve ever really hung out with … it feels weird being around this many new people.

“So let’s GO,” Goldie insists. “You ready to head in?”
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No. 665482 ID: 9ddf68
>You ready to head in?”
well it's why we're here, let's go!

>I’ve seen the members around, but Goldie is the only one I’ve ever really hung out with … it feels weird being around this many new people.
Ah don't let it get to you. Just think of this as a vacation or something. Just something to mix things up from the norm a little. Just follow Goldie inside and just do what everyone else is doing. A bit of a warning though, try to stay away from snacks and drinks. Don't want someone getting a lucky look at your mouth with the snacks and with the drinks, it's probably better if you keep a clear head tonight.
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No. 665488 ID: b9516e
time to break out all those funky dance moves you've been saving up
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No. 665490 ID: 6b5bc6
head the fuck in bust a move god damn it


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