[Burichan] [Futaba] [Nice] [Pony]  -  [WT]  [Home] [Manage]

Report completed threads!

[Catalog View] :: [Archive] :: [Graveyard] :: [Rules] :: [Discussions] :: [Wiki]

Name
Email
Captcha image
Subject   (new thread)
Message
File []
Embed   Help
Password  (for post and file deletion)
  • Supported file types are: GIF, JPG, MP3, MP4, PNG, SWF, WEBM
  • Maximum file size allowed is 20000 KB.
  • Images greater than 250x250 pixels will be thumbnailed.
  • Currently 3909 unique user posts. View catalog

File 154210861228.gif - (383.87KB , 1024x1024 , 1-000-1.gif )
910512 No. 910512 ID: 891b91 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Chapter 0: >>/questarch/886861

Discussion: >>/questdis/123379
Wiki: https://tgchan.org/wiki/Dead_Dust
Inventory: https://tgchan.org/wiki/Dead_Dust/Inventory

Yesterday was a blur. They ended up keeping you in the infirmary overnight, so they could monitor your health; between the frequent examinations and the steady trickle of well-wishers showing up to ask how you were doing, you didn't get much opportunity to make sense of your current situation, let alone ask any of the growing number of questions floating around in your head. Of all the things puzzling you about this place, the people themselves are the greatest mystery. They've been friendly and welcoming, sure; but sometimes it feels like they find you familiar in some way. They keep calling you Sigarzghar,, too, and you have no clue why.

But these confusions don't trouble you -- you find the others more worrying, such as why you were in a coma for three days, or why all your posessions are missing from your pockets. You wonder how long you'll be stuck in this place, but you don't have much in the way of leads to figure out where else to go -- there're Delaney and Quincy over on Gansett shelf, the tentacle twins on the Concourse, and... that's about it. You're not sure how you'd get to either of those places from here, so you certainly feel stuck. Right now, more than anything else, you need answers.

You suppose that's why you're waiting here. They discharged you from the infirmary shortly after you awoke this morning, and led you h
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.
665 posts and 67 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946995 ID: b1b4f3

>>946960
This isn't a good time to bring up the tattoo. Try again later when the conversation isn't on the topic of how much she's trying to help.

Tell her she's doing a good job of helping you feel relaxed, but you also did a little research before you used the pamphlet so you knew Vesper's reputation was good. You imagine most would read the pamphlet sooner rather than later.
>>
No. 947006 ID: 49e4d4

>>946960
We should clarify that we're honestly not 'scared', we're more 'annoyed and frustrated' at the situation than anything else.

>>946963 sums up my feelings a lot. We're a curious cat.

And, well, y'know what they say. 'Curiosity killed the cat...but satisfaction brought him back.'
>>
No. 947013 ID: 15a025

Assure Roz she's helping you keep your cool for now.
>>
No. 947077 ID: 1cd489

>>946960
"You're not helping me by failing to answer my question! What's with the hologram tattoo thingy?!"
>>
No. 947079 ID: 7fb87a

>>947077
if we're too pushy, she may decide that she's a poor fit for guiding us through all this. who knows who will try to step into the she leaves behind.


File 156945897334.png - (242.63KB , 800x780 , HURON000.png )
945796 No. 945796 ID: 11f77a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Clothing Damage Sci-Fi RPG.
NSFW with nudity, potential sexual content, and violence against fabric.
135 posts and 12 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946934 ID: 0fae41

Sertis: call dibs on Mr. Black.
>>
No. 946935 ID: e7c7d3

Seems like Veisar hasn't had a need to deal with dead bodies before.

And Sertis, are you just looking for an excuse to get your hands on the frillboi?

Driga, keep up the cold-front. No need to get yourself involved yet.
>>
No. 946940 ID: b1b4f3

>>946933
Accept the challenge.
>>
No. 946994 ID: 4f51b2

>>946933
A little demostration wouldn't hurt anyone.
Sertis offer yourself to clean the lady's mess, maybe with a seductive tone.
>>
No. 947078 ID: 1cd489

>>946930
Sertis, to Veisar: "Now, I know I'm the most attractive janitor on the station, but you wanna talk about something more pleasant?"

A demonstration isn't necessary, but knowing some precise limits of her hardlight tech could be quite useful.


Will there be dick diversity in this quest, or only humanoid ones?


File 156181369547.png - (227.44KB , 700x550 , 1.png )
937618 No. 937618 ID: 1301e8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

“They are just a bunch of stupid beasts, nothing more. You don’t exact vengeance on a stupid mutt, you exact vengeance on its master that trained it. Find whoever led those things to our village and bring them to Justice! That’s the only way we’ll have our retribution.”
-Corvus Inkfeather.

Wiki and previous threads: https://tgchan.org/wiki/First_Day_of_Harvest
Discussion thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/120031.html
327 posts and 55 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 947019 ID: a9af05

>>946998
Walk over and hold her beak shut, so that she stops interrupting you. Tell her that if she doesn't believe you, you'll give her a demonstration. Make sure you tell her that you'll stop and spit her out once she decides to start talking.

Then start eating her feet first, so that you can hear what she has to say.
>>
No. 947048 ID: 094652

Well, you heard the rooster. Suck her in.
>>
No. 947051 ID: a9af05

>>947019
Let me clarify something.

When you hold her beak shut so that you can talk to her uninterrupted, tell her what you told the red lady. You're a shape shifting undead that takes the form of whoever you eat.

Tell her the questions that you want her to answer and warn her that you'll be able to tell if she's lying.

Once that's been established, that's when you start eating her.
>>
No. 947057 ID: 91ee5f

>>946997
>Besides, it’s mostly muscle…
But muscle doesn’t jiggle when you move around, like your butt is doing right now. That means it’s mostly fat, not muscle.

>>946998
Tell Oran that he’s lucky she didn’t try to bite off his fingers. He’s already missing an arm, so if he lost any fingers on his other hand, he wouldn’t be able to make potions anymore and that would put him out of a job as an alchemist.

>>947005
I’d rather not risk Oran when we’re so hungry. Maybe we can do that later, when we’re not hungry.

>>947019
>>947051
This could work.
>>
No. 947076 ID: 1cd489

>>946998
Start eating her, feet-first.


File 156836031324.gif - (138.26KB , 1500x1200 , THE HUNTING BEGINS.gif )
944938 No. 944938 ID: d91ef0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

A Oregon trail stylized RPG, A limited copy that you, the player have got your hands on.

Let's begin the Hunt!
203 posts and 43 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 947068 ID: 9876c4

Fanatics can't be reasoned with, and we're not being payed enough to wipe them out. Leaking the element of surprise is stupid.

Quinton's plan has no obvious holes, so that's my pick.
>>
No. 947069 ID: 977456

Kristmas time!
>>947068 Surprise isn't much of a factor for a fixed defence.
Do the brats we're guarding know any more?
>>
No. 947071 ID: 8d4593

Lyndon's right. The hunting bus has got enough enemies as it is, let's not leave loose ends here.
>>
No. 947073 ID: 6f2e27

>>947071
Supporting Lyndon's plan.
>>
No. 947074 ID: 6f2e27

>>947073
With the caveat, no non-combatants


File 155953759841.png - (343.11KB , 1400x1050 , 1.png )
934774 No. 934774 ID: 482fee hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

It's been a while, here's the previous chapter: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/745119.html

Hey guys, I know you wanna tell me some shit, but be quiet first. I'm watching the vids.

INA Today: Iagn's 2nd Skip Continues to Deteriorate
326 posts and 88 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 947065 ID: 482fee

Jet lag is a bitch, updates are kind of slow right now as I'm just blasted
>>
No. 947066 ID: acfea1

>>947064
More like six weeks, we don't want to not have an operating budget when we're doing work. But yeah, nice. We're liquid again.

Go find some more work I guess.
>>
No. 947067 ID: b1b4f3

>>947064
Alright first order of business is finding out what Basmati did to piss off Cynisis. If it's bad enough we may need to abandon any notion of removing the slave collar. After all, it's the only reason we have to trust her at the moment.
>>
No. 947070 ID: ce39da

As it so happens, we already have another job lined up! In fact, we had to choose between it and the pirate gig regarding what we wanted to do first.
>>
No. 947072 ID: 094652

> Janu has captured the flag
> Low suspicion of harboring Basmati
This is one of those bitter, bitter moments when you realize you can't have nice, shiny things because you're busy running a daycare of crown princesses and superhero sidekicks.

> [Basmati] and Ty are made for each other...
You have no idea.

> What do
They have Basmati's face on file, you might want to give her some accessories to hide her more distinguished features while off-duty.

Ask her what Luca made her do.


File 155521756004.png - (4.30KB , 800x600 , 0.png )
929670 No. 929670 ID: 15a025 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Previous Threads & Wiki:
https://tgchan.org/wiki/The_Herd

Discussion Thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/115339.html
277 posts and 134 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946991 ID: a9af05

>>946929
Ask Nibbles if there's anything directly above us that we shouldn't hit with fire? Because if it's safe to shoot the ceiling, the when the fireball impacts, it'll send down a shower of sparks that we can still see. Those sparks can outline where everyone is on the radar.
>>
No. 947027 ID: 15a025
File 157093823342.png - (3.51KB , 800x600 , 135.png )
947027

>Well I'm not sure why you can see the floor, but the wall you hit is visible now...
Maybe since I'm standing on the ground it was able to draw it out or something?
>You need to at least be able to see Pierce. Can you just try focusing on a specific spot in the room? Like try focusing your attention where Nibbles is. Maybe poking her with your finger would work.

Not sure if you're monkeying around with me, but I don't have fingers. I've got hooves. I've been trying to get Officer Nibbles to show up, but I think she just might be too small to pop up?

>Ask Nibbles if there's anything directly above us that we shouldn't hit with fire?
Candy: "How safe would it be to blast the ceiling with-"

Officer Nibbles: "Don't push your luck, there's pipes and wires up there!"

Well there goes that idea I guess. There's gotta be something or some way to tell where that thing or Pierce is? Otherwise I could try risking it, and having Officer Nibbles guide me over to him and I try touching him.
>>
No. 947046 ID: a9af05

>>947027
That floating red ball isn't your fireball, right? That might be the enemy. Only one way to find out, attack it!
>>
No. 947056 ID: a9af05

>>947046
Wait, nevermind, don't do that. I just remembered that purple indicates where chimeras are, not red. Red indicates some sort of danger in the environment.

I think that red ball is a sparking electrical wire that got cut. Ask Nibbles to confirm this.

Then, using that wire as a reference point, ask Nibbles to tell you if the chimera is to the left or the right of the wire. Throw a fire ball to the side that Nibbles tells you and hope you manage to hit it.
>>
No. 947063 ID: b1b4f3

Yeah, it makes sense for the red thing to be sparks, and we can triangulate with it.


File 155993935327.png - (609.16KB , 700x600 , title.png )
935060 No. 935060 ID: 395c02 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Existence.
254 posts and 66 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 947040 ID: 2df440

HUG HIM, YOU FOOL
>>
No. 947041 ID: a64bfa

Thank him. He's been a hell of a friend. Hug him if you're up for it.... Cry if you need too.
>>
No. 947043 ID: 76349d

"Thanks. For saying that. And for being you."
>>
No. 947045 ID: a9af05

>>947038
>>947040
Both of these!
>>
No. 947060 ID: 91ee5f

>>947033
>"The thought of losing you terrifies me."
>"But the thought of seeing you spend your life being miserable scares me more."
Aw, Tyrsis cares about you! He’ll be a good life-mate for you, Kliss!

>>947038
>>947040
Yes.


File 156393346605.png - (177.57KB , 533x700 , 10-1.png )
940228 No. 940228 ID: 7816e7 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

18+ adult content
Chapter 10: Heart of the Mountain

First thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/860238.html
Wiki: https://tgchan.org/wiki/Moot_Point
Previous thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/932953.html
377 posts and 106 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 947004 ID: e6f10c

Okay, y'all will do that, but you need some info first. First, y'all don't know what mushrooms to harvest, since this is the first time any of you have had experience with picking mushrooms, let alone these kind. We do know there are toxic mushrooms, so we don't want to pick any bad ones. Also, we don't want to pick any immature ones, so what does a mature, but not too mature, type of mushroom she wants look like?

Second, how many mushrooms would she consider enough for her village to "sustain ourselves?" Maybe she could mark out a square and hold her hand up how high it'd have to be filled to be enough. But related, how much can we take without over-harvesting? Since their storehouse already had a harvest in it, would taking another now be too much? Do we have to put anything back, like fertilized dirt or compost?

How long can Gabe keep up the binding circle around Kol's body at his current mana drain? We talkin' minutes, hours or indefinitely if Gabe doesn't expend mana on other things? Because if we don't have enough time to harvest what Three Horns wants before the protection around Kol's body runs out then we've got a big problem and should voice it. And does Gabe have to stay near the binding circle to keep it up? That'd slow down harvesting if Gabe has to stay near Kol's body. Also ask Three Horns if there are known hazards around here for a spirit-less body, even one protected by a binding circle. Don't want to come across something down here that could punch through a binding circle to possess his empty body.

Actually, suggest that another person stay as Three Horns hostage, since her holding Kol's spirit would make it harder for your group perform the harvest for her. See, Gabe here has to keep the binding circle up to protect Kol's empty body, so that means he can't help physically or magically. And Kol in his body wou
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>
No. 947018 ID: 10c408

>>946983
We may be playing the peaceful diplomat, but we should still hold certain things close to the chest. Especially our very powerful weather god friend.
>>
No. 947053 ID: 015bf2

>>947018
Nah, that's too much paranoia. I think they'll be impressed despite themselves if we can claim (and prove, whether through the feather, Casey's Wings or an eventual meeting) that Casey freed a friggin' Coatl from a thousand-year bondage. Given Three Horns' aversion to the idea of enslavement as anything other than a form of punishment, that should earn the home team some brownie points on the 'huh, maybe not bad guys' scale. We'll need those when we are to discuss the use of their mana well by a remnant of the old masters!

Also, if you personally know a 'god', why NOT flaunt it to the tribal society magic-user? Worst thing she'll doubt us (when we can show proof) or be thoroughly unimpressed and go 'pshaw, everyone knows a coatl, we got dozens down here' in which case, uh... just call that bluff? Gently.

Also also, I really wanna see mecha ghost Kol, so let's play all the cards we can! The tech in those ghost-machines could also end up being used as new 'bodies' for a certain silly pair of spirit medium friends, y'know?
>>
No. 947054 ID: 10c408

>>947053
Okay, first of all, it's not paranoia. I'm just being cautious since they're holding Kol's spirit hostage.

Secondly, the two groups are still feeling each other out and while I don't think it's a bad idea to introduce flashing feathers to the kobolds, doing so right now before at least assessing the task they've given us to build trust is not only bra
>>
No. 947055 ID: 10c408

>>947054
(apologizes, I was still typing when my post was submitted somehow)
-brazen and a huge dick move from the gunboat diplomacy playbook, revealing that we do in fact have a bigger stick then her isn't wise at the moment. It's not a bad idea later, but we're not done with the speaking softly part of the proverb just yet and there's a lot of groundwork we can lay after the current task is accomplished.

Plus, accomplishing all of her tasks WITHOUT requiring the aid of a literal god is only going to add weight to her opinion of us since we could have threatened her with sucking the air out of the cavern to release Kol and didn't do so.

(and speaking of, when we eventually do go to get flashing feathers, Gabe is going to have to re-suit up and make his portal pretty far away from the periphery of the village so the oxygen getting sucked out is negligible)


File 156538586485.png - (53.87KB , 1024x768 , ELCCTitle.png )
941955 No. 941955 ID: e7c7d3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

It's true they do!
228 posts and 50 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946907 ID: ce39da

"Before I answer... What's 37-Delta-Delta like?"
...
"My name is Aktarus Kaia Rathym, and I'd appreciate some clothes now that I'm suddenly not a skelebones anymore."
>>
No. 946990 ID: a9af05

No offense or anything, bit didn't Terry say he would color our body for us? So why don't we have any colors?
>>
No. 947003 ID: ce39da

>>946990
We have colors, just not very bright ones.
>>
No. 947044 ID: 76349d

Aktarus feels too rough to me. What about just Akarus?
>>
No. 947049 ID: a9af05

>>947003
I see it now. I thought we were still fresh off the 3d printer with no color.


File 157021632099.png - (80.20KB , 800x600 , atoaktitle.png )
946455 No. 946455 ID: e7c7d3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

It's a little late, but here's a horror-themed quest for October.
21 posts and 6 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946924 ID: 977456

I would advocate heading eastwards. There oughtn't be much of anything westwards and the sun stops you from just going in circles, so you'll get out of the district soon enough.

Can you (Focus, Wild, Fire) to redirect the sun into some of those zombies? Or Seal it into a pebble or such to use at night?
>>
No. 946931 ID: ce39da

Yeah, if you head to the junction, it might save a lot of time without being as dangerous as the main thoroughfares.
>>
No. 946937 ID: b1b4f3

>>946920
What do "Focus" and "Seal" do exactly? "Produce" seems obvious.
Go check the junction.
>>
No. 947024 ID: 019b82

Important question: how effective is Seal Wound as a medical treatment?
>>
No. 947047 ID: ad51b8

to the junction.


File 157001761244.png - (100.75KB , 1500x1500 , 0000.png )
946246 No. 946246 ID: 5a5548 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

this quest may contain scenes and themes related to self harm, drug addiction, and suicide.

Hey there. you still with me? it's been a long night, but we're just getting started. you're listening to Night City.
52 posts and 20 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946766 ID: b1b4f3

>>946747
A! I wanna hear the DJ.
>>
No. 946790 ID: 0fae41

B. Light a match to see the dash. Then you'll start to pray.
>>
No. 946799 ID: c0e130

>>946747
C
>>
No. 946834 ID: ad51b8

>>946790
oh what fun it is to drive this rusty Chevrolet.
>>
No. 947017 ID: 15a025

A


File 156777663042.png - (1.09MB , 1000x1000 , GD Panel 1.png )
944457 No. 944457 ID: 4075a1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Welcome
109 posts and 21 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946658 ID: 094652

>Strength, Skill, Integrity, Intelligence, and... endurance.
Ten internet points says the priests are controlling everyone by hoarding a monopoly in those other two remaining stats. Like charisma and wisdom.

>“He didn’t catch me. I didn’t do nothin’ for him to catch.”
"He doesn't need evidence or a working brain to take more than your limbs. Please stay far away from him period."
>>
No. 946659 ID: b1b4f3

If he's dead set on leaving, maybe he can bring someone with him.
Do you have a reason to stay, yourself?
>>
No. 946661 ID: 8d4593

You done any thinkin about this?
Cuz if you want me to go along with this you best make a good damn argument for why you wanna go.
Curiosity aint good enough. I ain't gonna let you get yourself killed cuz you wasn't thinkin.
>>
No. 946679 ID: 81cd19

If you're gonna leave... you're gonna need to be prepared.

>down here is less dangerous than outside
I'm confused. What is "down here"? What is up and what is down?
>>
No. 947016 ID: 15a025

Well lying or telling the truth, he's bad news fingers. Stay away from him if anything.

You even got survival skills? Know how to start a fire, find food and shelter on the go. Without stealing any of it? Not knocking you so much for it, but outside there might not be anyone or anything to steal from. You latching onto anything I'm saying here?


File 153150401246.png - (151.60KB , 800x800 , FG-OP5.png )
892578 No. 892578 ID: bfb318 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Previous Threads/Wiki: http://tgchan.org/wiki/Frillsby_and_Gallsby
Quest may be NSFW at times. [Warnings: Gays, Smash Bros, Magic, Nudity, Dangeresque Situations]

Gallsby is the best damn cop on the force.
He is also the only damn cop on the force, because Frillsby is taking the day off to go on a date.

Chapter 7
878 posts and 184 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946667 ID: 9533bd

>>946662
This. Inform the hostage, but don't blow them (save that for after the arrest).
>>
No. 946672 ID: 1ed92d

>>946644
Ask the hostage if he needs any help. He doesn't look like he does.
>>
No. 946704 ID: 86eb65

No.
>>
No. 946705 ID: cb6404

>>946644

omg, if you two want to shag there is a perfectly opaque sign you can just walk behind already, jeez.
>>
No. 947014 ID: 15a025

I get the feeling that cat's wit is sharper than the blade pointed at him.


File 157089184429.png - (149.41KB , 800x525 , fancy.png )
946971 No. 946971 ID: d22017 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

(warnings: unrealistic violence, death)

Oh, it has been such a long day! Stuck in the office until late again! But that's behind Fancy for now... work hard and play harder, just like Father always says. There's always fun to be had and time to kill if you really try.

Now... what's the hottest spot in town tonight? Where to find someone to have a little fun with?
2 posts omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946976 ID: 9876c4

Laser tag
>>
No. 946988 ID: 094652

Underground fighting pits.

They're doing a holiday special based on that hip video game; instead of fighting, eight unlucky debtors have to run away from an angry hitman who can throw them into tortures if he catches them.
>>
No. 946992 ID: 977456

Ye Olde Costumeed Vigilante Pubee is frequented by interesting types, most common superpower and all that...
>>
No. 947001 ID: afdebc

>>946976
>>946988
Underground laser tag fight pits.
>>
No. 947008 ID: 9876c4

>>947001
Seconding. I bet there's some cuties there.


File 153588375181.png - (30.86KB , 500x500 , Opening.png )
900061 No. 900061 ID: f7b510 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

The sun burns high in the sky. Cracking the land with it's blistering heat. The way is vast and unchanging. Seemingly never ending in almost all directions.

Why would you be here? What drives someone to a place like this? Madness? Insanity? Who are you?
242 posts and 76 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946956 ID: 1f2742

You only blast what tries to blast you, so fair dinkum. When it's safe enough you'll head out and try to find anything actually related to riders. Maybe bogan knows a thing or two that he'd be willing to part with.
>>
No. 946965 ID: ad51b8

> I crack you out, we dig some seatucka, and ye can lay it on me insteado talkin' through me grass box. But yeh can't tryta blast me. Fair dinkum?"
Ok so what I can make out is, he'll let you out, ????, talk to him outside of the box?, but only if you don't shoot him, asking if it sounds fair?

that's all I've been able to get out of that so I... I guess he's willing to let you out if you don't shoot him? So I guess agree? I honestly have no clue what the hell a seatucka is.
>>
No. 946970 ID: 9876c4

>>946965
I think there's an idle promise of eating fish together.

Sounds like a good deal to me.
>>
No. 946981 ID: 015bf2

"Fair as can be."

>>946953
You want to know where that friggin' pitstop and the Tomb of the Rider is from here. You got the need for speed and figure it's an auspicious place to go now that your last ride's been wrecked.

See if you can trade some stuff too; .45s bullets, additional rations, water for your journey. He any use for cans of Pomade? That's a potential score, long as he keeps out of view of the monster nearby. Or, hell, maybe he wants to catch the damn thing.

Shake a pack of cigs at him, ask if a few luxury goods can help make up for the fuckin' fuel you spent using his boat. Then dig out the tin of anchovies and ask if the Angler's at all interested in tiny dead fishies, or if he only goes for the biggest catches.

Heh. Maybe they can be used as bait, even so.
>>
No. 946996 ID: b1b4f3

>>946953
Sounds fair. If he can tell you where the Tomb of the Rider is, you could try to find the bike mentioned in the note.


File 156521872605.png - (43.47KB , 800x600 , ai-title.png )
941730 No. 941730 ID: 57353f hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

This quest will almost certainly be NSFW. Please avert your eyes.
Yeah, I know making another new quest is a bad idea, but I am a mercurial dumbass
237 posts and 55 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946488 ID: e0257a

>For safety and security reasons, the neurochip does not allow such drastic alteration to physiological state.
At least they have SOME limits...

>experience a sponsored 3M dream
Truly, ad agencies know no bounds. Though if you get paid to watch ad dreams, you might get Litoko back faster...

>The tag was a mistake.
If you really hate the tag, summon "Fair Exchange". If they're uncooperative, you can still get rid of the tag. Just rip the ear off. It'll grow back. You might even keep getting credits, there's still some brain in the ear.

>free 5-night trial of the Dream Nexus
Four more nights of free translation. Incompetence? Clever ploy to get you using more 3M services? Whatever the cause, it's at least somewhat in your favor.

>He's not quite pronouncing my name right
Yeah, it's Rakkani, not Rakani.

>questions
Beyond what everyone else asked,
What are his goals?
What skills does he have, especially survival skills?
From what "Fair Exchange" said, your full name is Sib Nanip, and your language is Kaurban. Is that correct?
What is your species called?
Can your kind visit the dreams of others, and if so, is it similar to neumono dream sharing?
>>
No. 946503 ID: b1b4f3

>>946488
IIRC, neumono ears do not have any brain matter in them, since they are meant to be expendable.
>>
No. 946505 ID: 8d4593

>>946503
If I remember my asteroid quest correctly, they should actually have a tiny amount of brain matter in them.

Still impressive that the thing can network dream sharing with such a tenuous connection none the less.
>>
No. 946554 ID: 6b406b

Huh, did his sack get bigger? It might just be how it's framed, and the fact that we've avoided looking there, but it really does seem a bit different. Try not to stare, I guess.

Aside from that, and what everyone else has covered, ask Sib what we can do to help. We have some temporary clear communication, so we need to establish his plans for survival and long term, and what role we might play in them. We also have a lot on our plate, so having some work ready for us will help take our mind off the crushing despair of everything.
>>
No. 946986 ID: 864e49

Well the obvious one is "Wanna fuck?", but we're not gonna actually say that so ask him what he knows about the merchant assholes.


File 155868339560.gif - (1.32MB , 560x354 , first.gif )
933892 No. 933892 ID: f7fe08 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Congratulations young lady, and welcome to the Cherub Safety scouts. A thrilling summer ripe with science, fun, and most importantly safety awaits you here in Cerebrum City.
373 posts and 75 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946865 ID: e51896

>>946859
Careful, Don't say Molly's name. The woman only thought Molly's name and didn't say it out loud. If she knew Bonnie could read minds, that could cause problems

But we can tell her we thought she looked sad and wanted to see whats wrong
>>
No. 946867 ID: 9876c4

>>946859
This one, and maybe add a complement about her teeth.
>>
No. 946868 ID: e40171

>>946853
"I like your freckles...and you looked sad. I wanted to cheer you up!"

Don't mention Molly. That was mental.
>>
No. 946913 ID: c2f1f6

Be polite! Don't let them know what you know!
Hi, I'm Bonnie, what's your name?
when she answers, ask if she's sick.
>>
No. 946980 ID: 015bf2

>>946868
Tiredly ramble away.

She looks cute, almost as cute as Ra... THONEY, a friend of yours. Why is she at the doc's? You're here cuz' you were up almost all of last night figh-heeem, getting back home and now you'd like to sleep. Is her couch soft? She's practically sinking into it, so it must be. You could sleep on that couch. But you don't think you're supposed to. Are there soft beds inside the nurse's office? Oh and hi, your name is Bonnie, what's her name?


File 155945860051.jpg - (102.66KB , 564x800 , image.jpg )
934706 No. 934706 ID: 30ada4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

It's times like these that make someone ask the big questions; is there a God, for example.

You've never really believed in an omnipotent power, especially not now, as you hang from your hands and feel your ribs crack.

Is there a such thing as good and evil, that's another good one.

Probably not.
30 posts omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 946047 ID: 094652

>"I was given the orders for this mission, in person! A face to face conversation with General Wall!"
>"I never gave the order for your mission."
Welp, time for General Miller to ensure General Wall never makes it across the border.

>Fifteen elite squads dead, five teams or less remaining
"Ma'am, requesting permission to screw the Geneva Convention six ways to Sunday and shoot to kill whoever masterminded this slaughter. And then shoot some more. We're not taking any chances against this maniac; if they're willing to kill 20 black ops teams in a single day, they're suicidal."
>>
No. 946604 ID: 0dd51e

“Phooooh...” You sigh.

Logistics are fucking everything.

Timing, numbers, location, info, guesswork; all of it necessary for a functioning plan, all of it pivotal in your team’s survival.

And still you can’t help but feel exhausted by the fifteen-minute conversation you’ve just had with General Miller.

Mentally exhausted, that is. By the way Lead is gesturing to spin-up, you figure physical exhaustion isn’t far behind.



Clap, clap, clap, four pairs of boots sound against the aging stone of Old Town, as the team makes its way through backstreets too small and crowded to accommodate cars. Here the buildings feature more traditional construction, as well as far more occupants.

Before, it was like the entire city was deserted; but now it’s obvious that it’s residents all moved closer to the city center, and away from the unprotected outskirts.
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>
No. 946645 ID: 094652

>Russian grunt ignored you
He's not getting paid enough to die to black-ops, and you both know it.

>Suicide bombing kid
The worst part is, you'll never know his motive. But at least you were ruthless instead of dead stupid.

>Grenade
That should work as a distraction when it eventually goes off, but place a red flag or something. You do not want that going off in front of concerned citizens, especially if it ensures survival of the scumbags like you but without discipline training.
>>
No. 946716 ID: 3ce8ff

grim as it is there is still a mission to do, what is done is done, dwelling can happen later.
>>
No. 946952 ID: 5fbeef

You were young, then. Still are. In some sense. Don’t feel that way, though. Feel far too old.

It’s heavy, that burden, and you’ll always carry it. But you’re almost glad it’s there, the pain reminds of the loss. Without it, loss is meaningless.

The harder you deny that shit the harder it fucks you up, that doesn’t mean anyone else needs to hear it.

But this guy wants the truth. Unadulterated. He’s pushing you for it. So a truth you’ll give him, your version of it, even if it’s a brutal one.



“So, your team was engaged in a firefight, your sniper was... shot, you received an injury to the arm-” Dunmire begins.

“Wanna see the scar?” You interject, smirking wryly.

“I’ll take your word for it.” He adjusts his glasses and continues. “After the firefight, you contacted command with difficulty, and discovered beyond doubt the mission was an orchestrated failure, and that you were not alone in the deception. You then made a plan to secure extraction and headed to destroy an AA radar, along the way there was an... incident with a child soldier.” He says without looking up from the documents he’s gradually buried the table in.
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.


File 150507227949.png - (7.05KB , 600x600 , Lucky Numbers by strngy.png )
829557 No. 829557 ID: d36af7 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

An angel, a coward, a demon, a White Elf, a liar, a laborer, a saint, a siren, and a wizard walk into a bar. The barkeep says "Why the l̨̗̖͎̜͖̙̻͛̿͆̎͋ͯo̍̓ͭn̩͉͎̼͆g͚̦̙ͥ̎ͨͥ̎ face?" The demon replies "I can provide you with more than a hundred barrels of ale, sixty gallons each, over the course of the next week, if you, in return, stop asking such stupid questions." Soon enough they come to an agreement.

From Zelkor's Ferry, you can head upriver about 25 miles to Passholdt's border fort. If you're going by land, most people wait for good weather and a large group, then march the whole way to the fort in one day, so as to avoid the red bear. Dirt road turns to mud when it rains. Follow that tributary river (the channel which the ferry actually crosses) to the south and there's a lake, on the far side of the lake is Rook's Vineyard. We don't go there anymore. Downriver, it's about fifty miles to the old coast road, which continues as far north or south as anyone's ever cared to check.

North bank of the river and dozens of miles beyond, from here to the coast road, is marshy lowlands. Swamp trolls live there, and stilt-walker elves, and green-robed monks in decrepit cloisters atop the few rocky outcroppings. There are rumors of some ancient beast sleeping under the mire, able to swallow elephants whole.

Any other direction, forest. All kinds of monsters in the forest, but only three kinds of men. First kind is outlaws, meaning pathetic types on the run from their own mistakes, Most are decent enough, if you give 'em a bit of charity and remember to keep a hand over your purse. Not many survive more than a few weeks. Second is bandits, meaning hardened thieves and murderers who've made the forest their home. They'll take everything you have and afterward, if you're lucky, ransom you back to civilized folk naked and bereft but i
Message too long. Click here to view the full text.
674 posts and 15 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 945667 ID: e4aa95

rolled 1, 4, 6 = 11

>>945613
>"What are you-augh, stop!"
Vos continues coiling his naga tail around the ox-man, trying to pull him to the ground. Vos seems baffled by Daedalus' question at first, then he looks at the entrance, with table and chairs stacked against the door frame. "When I barricade a door, it means I want to keep people out. Not have giant muscular ox-man suddenly appear behind me. So explain yourself!"

>Hore responds by pinching Vos' thyroid nerve cluster.
Vos catches Hore's wrist and yanks her into the coil pile.
>>
No. 945940 ID: 8d924c

rolled 1, 1, 3 = 5

>>945667
Daedalus continues to flail to free himself, still trying to reach the wall. Should he free an arm, he would indicate the wall.

"Going back the way I came! I yield!"
>>
No. 946315 ID: f57349

Hore and Vos are wrestling but the ox-man slips away, through the wall like a ghost. Back on the other side, in the trashed dining hall, Daedalus is confronted by a motherly rat larger than the average adult human and only slightly smaller than himself, who angrily vomits in his general direction.
> rolled 1, 1, 3 = 5
He successfully dodges that as well. Obvious exits, if trying to leave those folks in the kitchen alone, would be east down a 20' hallway and then north at the intersection, or returning to the malfunctioning teleportation device on the west wall which resembles a bas-relief hand.
>>
No. 946346 ID: 094652

Azure stares at the wall for a few seconds, then decides that the ghost-oxman situation can be salvaged if they get Mister Decaro under control.

Hore decides to get off Vos.

"Hore, how are you doing?"
"This would be more fun if the 'hospital' wasn't defined as 'where you go to get illnesses'."
"Noted. Maru, I have an idea, but it's a simple one. If you have any songs to sing, now would be a good time."
>>
No. 946943 ID: 094652

rolled 1, 5, 2 = 8

"... I'll take your silence for a no, then... [deep breath] Maru, please strike Mister Decaro's name from your accounts payable. Hore?"
"What did you-"
"We're leaving. Now. If Mister Decaro wishes to adventure in this completely unknown but otherwise OSHA (Occupational Sanity and Holiness Administration) compliant floor, that is his choice and his choice alone, and not influenced in any way by forces beyond our control. Meanwhile, we will make do without him on our completely legitimate and low-paying plans that will not concern him in any way whatsoever."
"... OH... Well, goodbye Vos, I hope Tittivila still shines on you even if you can no longer trust any change in others. I'll take good care of your shrine for you. I wonder if I should mark it before the wolves do..."

Rolling for reverse psychology (Bluff).


File 154414998242.png - (172.45KB , 800x800 , 152.png )
913306 No. 913306 ID: 470289 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

“Wait up! You’re going too fast! Max!”

“Mac!”

“Whatever we call you, stop walking so fast. Socrates is tired.”

“Sock!”

Socrates.
195 posts and 50 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
>>
No. 942212 ID: 15a025

Leave the gun. It might suck a ton if slip and let that info leak out through your empathy.

I'm not sure she'd go to work after getting fired. Maybe she's visiting her sister like Kark suggested.
>>
No. 942218 ID: a8d8b4

i don't see a real reason to get the gun. it's not like you're looking for trouble. just take a bus to ORS and see if luvi is there
>>
No. 942226 ID: f57349

Walk, recruit people you encounter on the way.
>>
No. 942251 ID: fd2d31

>>941719
Unless you got a permit for carrying a shooty-shooty bangbang and that isn't the one with serial number conveniently removed or a stolen one, then don't bother with with the firearm.
I guess you could walk while attempting to convince groups of rogues you meet on your way to come & vote or whatever Kark wanted.
>>
No. 946909 ID: 282e0b

definitely skip the gun, you don't need it


Delete post []
Password  
Report post
Reason  
Previous [0] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]