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898897 No. 898897 ID: 270774 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

first chapter: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/663996.html
previous chapter: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/718797.html
disthread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/124805.html

Morning breaks on the city and the air is dusty. I wake up in Sweat’s apartment, on my back, and watch a bug I don’t know the name of crawl across the ceiling. I think I forgot to call my brother.
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No. 918507 ID: d2ea3e

>>918437
I thought the implication was that they'd already finished their first two tasks because they were easy? We should clarify with them
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No. 918532 ID: c1eaac

>>918507

but then why specifically say they don't remember what the tasks were? something seems fishy.
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No. 918536 ID: f905c7

>>918532
When we first learned about thralls we were told that the first two tasks are usually normal/achievable things, and it's the third one which is the kicker.

Shout and whisper's exact phrasing was
>“The ffffffirst, aa, the first t-two, were eeaaAAsy… sso easy I d, I don’t, I don’t, aaaaa, I don’t r-remEMber…”

>“I DON’T. REMEMBER. EITHER.”
They were easy, not are easy. But you're totally right that there's some ambiguity so we should definitely clear that up so we're not trying to do the hard thing without getting the easy stuff out of the way.
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No. 918620 ID: 2a3c86

ask if the mortician has any more thralls
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No. 919077 ID: 14e641

Wbat if....the mortician was killed? Not saying we would, but if he was?


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907027 No. 907027 ID: cb22c8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

Oh, hey, it actually fits. I wonder what these things were used for...
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No. 918962 ID: 2007b6

Would you normally be able to tell how damp that preacher is just by radar, or is this a new insight our optics are providing?

Regardless, I'd advise resisting the temptation to make any big melodramatic announcements, at least until after you've sorted out the actual problem under the lake. A shouting match draws attention, and the repair work might turn out to be more difficult or time-consuming than you expect (so getting people's hopes up is risky). If you're just a blowhard making unreasonable claims, the priests could potentially restore their long-run credibility by having you quietly murdered, but if the lake has already been fixed and you've got a better on-the-spot explanation for it than they do, that's harder to cover up.
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No. 918968 ID: 094652

>as soon as you heat it up to try and reforge it, it turns into regular steel
Nano-structured plating; you know how chain mail is a bunch of links welded together to create a weak yet flexible steel shirt? Now try making the links smaller than bugs and packed so tight they make that thick plate. Stuff like this was made through industrial processes - it was easy and cheap to produce AFTER you purchased about three cities' incomes worth of blacksmithing tools and a workshop the size of three spires. And even then one of these 'factories' could only produce one ingredient which were carted over to another factory for further processing. The whole thing became one giant homework problem and whoever solved part of it got showered in gold.

Man, those were the days... if only we didn't have to keep our owning rights individualized for such a huge machine. Corruption spreads fast when every customer 'knows' they can make something themselves for $$$ but the factories know they can make it for $/2.

>Preacher: They tried to make cheap knockoffs of what God gave them
Fair enough -
>Preacher: They spurned God and He turned his back on them
- I do feel guilty, we should be better people -
>Preacher: And then they tried to make false purposes but they died
- but it's not your right, Preacherman, to enslave us to a purpose we don't believe in! We wanted to see how far we could go!

"Everything we took from the Ancients was created from materials the Maker gave to all his children! Are you saying we should cast aside our lives just because there are tiny particles in our bodies that belonged to Ancients?"
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No. 918974 ID: 0c3c2c

>>918915
It's mindless adherence to dogma that has brought these people down this path to begin with. Only through uncovering the secrets of the ancients can they be saved.

Also, you should tell these people you might have found a way to save their home.
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No. 919027 ID: a9af05

>>918915
Why is he wet?

>>918921
No one is accusing him of breaking it. For all we know, he might be trying to fix it!
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No. 919042 ID: 5da03e

Hey let's use the medical scan function and look through their clothes.


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902109 No. 902109 ID: 11f77a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Wiki: https://tgchan.org/wiki/Arthocob_Date_Quest
Discussion: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/106192.html
Takes place in the Team Port Echo universe so... may or may not be canon-ish. Prequel maybe?
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No. 918987 ID: b1b4f3

>>918966
Tell them you've got a witness to their theft, assault, and harassment. You will go to the police if they do not give you back your things and go.
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No. 918995 ID: 0c3c2c

>>918966
Confess that Kyzil is INCREDIBLY mad that you might have feelings for Eudora.
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No. 918997 ID: 91ee5f

>>918966
If only you could’ve gotten those brass knuckles. Then you could’ve handed them to Eudora right now and she could test them out on these guys! Oh, well.

>Confess your love to each other.
Go ahead and confess to her!

And make sure you phrase it so that you tell her that even if she never loves you back, you’ll always love her!
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No. 919005 ID: a9af05

>>918997
This.
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No. 919010 ID: a9af05

>>919005
Also maybe say that you enjoy the way she punches things or something like that? You've gotta show an interest in something she likes if you want some way to establish a relationship over coming grounds.


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863922 No. 863922 ID: 12b116 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Previous thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/854128.html

Kobolds have entered into a strange Magical Realm and leave chaos wherever they go!
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No. 917641 ID: fc458a

Go to the room with the box and close the door. Then see if you can use the key to lock and unlock it, and then enter the room. Or maybe do that from the inside.

If that doesn't work, then go to the intersection and go in the right (map-wise) direction.
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No. 918634 ID: 12b116
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:kloldril: It looks like we can only go down that hall one way, but there's no door or anything, it's just gone when you look back. Going right at the intersection goes to the room with the box in it, so we check out the left side. There's a couple of turns before we see anything, there's a dull reddish glow coming off one side and a round hole with warm air coming out of it. on the other side.

I don't smell anything gassy, and we haven't tried the key on the box room door either. Should we check the holes here or try that first?
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No. 918639 ID: b1b4f3

Have Tronklis look in the holes first to make sure they're safe for other bolds to look at.
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No. 918642 ID: ebd50b

Check these two holes first. Use a light if it's too dark to see into the round hole. Doesn't really matter who looks into them.
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No. 918969 ID: 83bf07

>>918634
Check here first. Have Troknlis look first, as usual, through the opening with the light coming through.


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918826 No. 918826 ID: 195fad hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

So I'm finally back home, if you could even call this place home.

[Quest may get NSFW at some point] (Blood/Drugs/Sex)
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No. 918878 ID: 675d1d

God, is he your boyfriend or your brother? -straight into ranting without even a hug or anything like it?
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No. 918885 ID: 891b91

>>918864
Seconded!

>>918878
kinky
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No. 918888 ID: 5da03e

>>918864
>Remove upper clothing. Walk away while they are still stupefied. Go home and get a hard drink.
Ah, chaotic exhibitionist. I like it.
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No. 918890 ID: fd2d31

>>918888
Chaotic Neutral with a twist, I prefer to call it Chaotic Nudist though.
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No. 918893 ID: 2202fb

>>918864
Adding on to my prior suggestion, once home, take some tylenol.


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900557 No. 900557 ID: 11b5c9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

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No. 918742 ID: 11b5c9
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918742

Instead of the scream that had sounded as a doorbell in Amaranth’s shop, this one makes the sound of a hundred screeching harpies. It’s pitched to be barely audible over the music playing inside and ambient conversation, but it still makes you flinch.

Alright. You’re ready. Strange minor-key (and maybe backwards) versions of a couple of songs you’ve heard on the radio are playing in the background, and you’re ready for your date. You stand up straight, and…

Realize that along with your negligence in learning your date’s name, you know absolutely nothing about how she looks. Fuck.

Your short burst of confidence immediately leaves you as you dig out your phone, fumbling to text Amaranth.

To: flower emoji
Hey what does Eury look like

You wait for a response. Someone opens the door behind you and grumbles when they find you standing directly in the entryway, and you wince and shuffle to the side. Checking your phone again is fruitless. Amaranth probably didn’t expect a cry for help quite this quickly. She must be busy. Shit. Why the hell would she have so much faith in you.

Well, on the upside, you’re pretty much the only human in this place, so you shouldn’t be difficult to locate when she shows up. Or maybe she’s already here. You just need to wait and act casual until she notices you and comes over to initiate conversation. An excellent start to your date, in which you establish yourself as too much of a mess to take any sort of initiative.

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No. 918743 ID: c1eaac

go talk to deimos! that way eury can come find you instead of the other way around, and you won't be standing around doing nothing.
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No. 918744 ID: f59046

u should check the jukebox in advance and see if there’s any songs to use for either atmosphere or emergency distraction!!
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No. 918746 ID: 9fcd43

Yeah, talk to Deimos - didn't we have some things to ask him about the case?
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No. 918830 ID: 158da5

>>918743
Yup do this


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890533 No. 890533 ID: bd5c42 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Sentinel Key is a magical girl action/slice of life quest. It may contain blood, gore, body horror, and mild sexual content. Catch up on the ill-fated beginning here: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/graveyard/res/851282.html
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>Well it would get you onto the dance floor for some investigating.
>Might as well, you have to blend to look around the party and try to find the demon.

"My pleasure," I reply, a little mystified, but offer them a hand. They take it, gently, and hold their cane out to the side, pressing it into Brigid's bemused hands.

"Would you mind holding this for just a moment?" they ask. "It's not so easy to dance with it in the way."

Before she can respond, the stranger has already swept me out onto the dance floor.
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No. 917964 ID: 986b2d
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917964

The music is a brisk waltz. I lead. They're a good dancer, I can tell, although I can feel them putting some of their weight on me as we dance.

>This is suspicious.

Yeah. I don't disagree.

>Introduce yourself in character.

I clear my throat after a few steps of silent dancing.

"I'm....Hamlet, I guess. Prince Hamlet, of Denmark. Can I ask who I have the pleasure of dancing with?"

God, this sounds so stupid.

"Prince Vermillion," replies the stranger smoothly. "It's a pleasure to meet you. Royal aspirations, I see?"
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No. 917995 ID: 70df1e

If they KNOW the demon is amok and they aren't it... Then they must be a comrade! Welcome this Prince Vermillion as a friend! Work together to find and vanquish the foul beast that haunts this place.
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No. 918009 ID: 158da5

>>917964
If they know about the demon, why are they wasting their time occupying yours? They clearly know that you're here because of it, so why the mystery? Dramatic personality, a distraction, a test? Maybe you could get more from them by staying but I'm worried every bit of information is going to be behind a couple "Can I not ask a beautiful stranger to the dance floor?"s or other similar lines.

Maybe you could bluff at leaving to see their reaction?
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No. 918671 ID: 986b2d

THIS STRANGER IS NOT TRUSTWORTHY. BUT BETTER THE ENEMY YOU KNOW.

ASK IF THEY ARE A SENTINEL AND IF NOT, HOW THEY FOUND THIS PLACE.


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897839 No. 897839 ID: c1eaac hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single demon in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a spouse.

Or, at least, a friend with benefits.

Hearts Goetia might get NSFW. Or just real weird.
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No. 918535 ID: 7e9c89

that could have gone SO much worse. let’s be a little flirty! introduce urself, drop hints ur looking for some fun, he seems to be amused by us so we can afford some lighthearted banter! “of course you’re not interrupting, your majesty, i’m learning so much about how to handle court!”
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No. 918537 ID: 7e9c89

i didnt actually realize i accidentally punned again. mYbe dont wear the hand thing out but if anyone else has a good one..
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No. 918538 ID: 10c408

It sounds like he's being capricious. Explain that you are around about in the middle out of all of your siblings and figured it was time to get out from under your mother's shadow.

Don't ask about the assassination thing. Or bring it up. Even if it was before your time talking about it is still a Bad Idea.
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No. 918559 ID: 158da5

>>918538
Agreed with all of this, but start with "Well, I'm Glasya-labolas. Glas to my friends."
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No. 918574 ID: 70df1e

tell satan that youre the hethson with all the hand jokes. youre just getting a HANDle on court but as long as you dont get too HANDsy with anyone, you think you'll be fine. Satan did just teach you a valuable lesson about keeping your HANDS to yourself.


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879673 No. 879673 ID: cc0a23 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Wiki: http://tgchan.org/wiki/Rock
Cheat Sheet: https://tinyurl.com/zaa4pnt
(The cheat sheet is a place where details are collected so you don't need to remember them, and also includes a partial translation of Nouille's language. Anyone can edit it, no need to sign up.)
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No. 917769 ID: 8d26c4

>Why do I listen to you guys?

Perhaps instead of just going by the majority you should pick and choose. Some of us told you to cut your losses.
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No. 917804 ID: 094652

>Why do I listen to you guys
Because as the client you have veto power. If you think we've gone from gibbering mouthers to flame war, you can always START SCREAMING AT THE TOP OF YOUR LUNGS and we'll notice.

... To the box thing! Factory.
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No. 918218 ID: cc0a23
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918218

:rJackThinking: Yeah, I shouldn't be blaming you guys. It's just confusing sometimes, to have all these voices in my head saying shit at me, so I go with whoever's saying roughly the same stuff. Man, my face hurts.

:rJack: Whatever... anyway, we're still going to go meet up with Nouille and Katie, that was the plan, right? That's what I told the green guy, at least. Plus, I'm a little worried about Kate, she was just fucked up last time I saw her. But we'll check out the 'factory' after.

:rJack2: Only thing is I don't know where either Kate or the factory thing are.

:rVictorA: [[We can direct you.]]

:rVictorB: [[Not that you truly require our help. Should you pick any direction and walk for some minutes, you will either find what you were looking for, or be back where you started. It is difficult to get lost on this rock.]]

:rVictorA: [[Howev
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No. 918219 ID: cc0a23

I have an update in the feedback thread. https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/126364.html[/spoiler]
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No. 918225 ID: 080aaf

Thanks Victors, good help is hard to find in this place.
Say goodbye to red lady, and hello to red desert.


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917513 No. 917513 ID: 2c322d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

you go on a date with a monster. you possibly fuck. that's it!
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No. 918073 ID: 2578ea

>>917774
Her horns make her look like a bunny!! ^.^♡

DO NOT SAY THAT OUTLOUD.

Politely tell her to go ahead. Optionally pull up the seat for her if she allows it.
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No. 918088 ID: dd6906

>>917774
HAND HER THE SEAT YOU FUCK
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No. 918093 ID: 0e2ebe

>>918088
Hand it to her???

I mean that's kinda cute. I'd say bad idea though.
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No. 918097 ID: 2202fb

>>918088
>>918093

Yeeeah, lets keep our sellaphilia under the rug for now.
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No. 918135 ID: 9876c4

>>918073
>Try not to say it
>Get distracted with the seating arrangements
>Accidentally say it too loud

Yeah, that's the stuff.


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916766 No. 916766 ID: 9fcd43 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

From the journal of Azimuth the Mapmaker, second apprentice to the royal cartographer of Mareen’s Bastion

Cereus 3rd, 972 AC
Dream quality: Propitious
I can’t believe this day has finally come. After a decade of pleading, Master Theodolite has finally approved my expedition, and secured funding from the royal treasury. I’m reeling; I can barely see straight - it’s finally going to happen.

I’m finally going to venture outside the walls, and see what, if anything, is left.
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No. 917355 ID: ad51b8

alright, we got crew, now supplies... and what else?
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No. 917516 ID: 2791fd

Supplies first, and then try to recruit among the guard, I think.
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No. 918041 ID: 9fcd43
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918041

With Kran to assist with carrying the load and Uzu's alarmingly effective bartering, the rest of the Brack Bazaar branch of the shopping trip went quickly and uneventfully. As I expected, it was the best place to find camping and wilderness survival supplies, though the merchants were more used to dealing with hunters traveling into the glasswastes than timid scholars preparing for long sea voyages. We also procured a stock of medicine and cloth to use for bandages, repairs, and any other miscellaneous uses that might arrive. (The cloth was surprisingly fine for such a low price, and as Uzu had been the one to recommend the vendor I did my best not to question its origins.)

It was also alarmingly easy to find weapons. It seemed everywhere we turned, we saw displays of swords, knives, bows, and other, nastier things. At one point a merchant attempted to convince us that it would be madness to leave the walls without a spellstriker, of all things, but in my private opinion it would be rather more suicidal to come within a stone's throw of one of those infernal contraptions. I did purchase a crossbow for hunting purposes, as well as a few assorted knives of good quality for various purposes. We would need to go to the Heartmarket for the quantities of travel rations we needed, or the Seamarket if we felt up to several months of surviving primarily on preserved fish, but everything else seemed accounted for.

All in all, I was feeling quite confident about our purchases, but before we left the Bazaar I paused to ask my companions if there was anything else they felt we should bring which my list hadn't included.
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No. 918072 ID: ad51b8

between the three of you at least one of you knows how to navigate and sail the ship right? Otherwise outside of food it seems you're good to go though maybe a fishing rod or two or even a fishing net to catch some extra food just encase you are out on the sea a little longer then you plan to might not be a bad purchase if you have the spare coin for it.
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No. 918104 ID: 5b93d3

>>918041
A large quantity of paper, ink/pencils, and a good watertight case to keep them in. The key to a good expedition is to Write Down All The Things.


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914048 No. 914048 ID: 40232e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

>You are VISCOUNTEX VON BOPHODEM, professional goofster and representatives of the planet RIBBETULON - VI, who are definitely not frog themed dont ask dumb questions. You are a JESTER, as per the species.

You have crash landed your I.F.O. which is short for 'Identified Flying object' and definitely not short for 'incredibly froggy object' onto an unknown planet in the JAPES SYSTEM.

Life here may be hostile. You'll need to REPAIR YOUR SHIP. the parts have SCATTERED across the land. There must be at least 7 MISSING PARTS. maybe more. Imagine.

You have your INVENTORY, a MAP, a bag of CHOCOLATE FLIES, and some ARMS.

>What Do?
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No. 916740 ID: b1b4f3

>>916739
I think it's time to enter battle mode.
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No. 916742 ID: edfbdc

>>916739
Now. Now is the time for sauce. Sauce the dramatic irony away.
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No. 916758 ID: 91ee5f

>>916739
He’s right behind you!

Quick, throw your special sauce in his face!
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No. 916787 ID: 080aaf

Throw the sauce at its eyes!
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No. 918092 ID: dd6906

>>916739
Oh no theres a that thing!
It's right behind, you!
Aahhh!

Recall you once heard from a guy that the only two weaknesses of this monster are kisses and getting stabbed in the throat.

Maybe if you cover yourself in sauce youll
be so tasty that it'll lean in to eat you and then you can kiss the big boy.


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917492 No. 917492 ID: f90632 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

There Skelton
You scared
Got sword
What do
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No. 917511 ID: 6059bb

Cut out own heart in despair, become skeleton lovers forever
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No. 917512 ID: f90632
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917512

You cut out the heart
And as the steel stabs
You feel your life fade
And it's very sad

The skeleton is sad
Because you are gone
And to become a skele
will take very long

But one day you will
And he will be waiting
You may be friends
May even start dating

This marks the end
Of this tragic story
Though the ending
Is rather gory

I'm up way too late
5 bloody AM
Thank God for Snapchat
And I'll see you next tem.
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No. 917517 ID: 6059bb

>>917512
glorious
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No. 917519 ID: 713679

10/10 finest quest ever written
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No. 918091 ID: dd6906

>>917512
Fuck yes


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898917 No. 898917 ID: 2e3701 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

"Hey, so, boss? It's me… again," you say, cringing at yourself. "Just wondering whether you'll be in today. Got the store open! I think. Did it the same as yesterday, so it should work out. Uh." You swallow. There's probably a hundred other things you should mention, but you have no clue what they would be. "Give me a ring when you have the chance, yeah?" You haven't heard from her since your first day, when she said she was heading out on an errand, and to close up by yourself.

This is day four.

You have no idea what the fuck you're doing.
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No. 917625 ID: c0641d

"Welcome to {SHOP NAME HERE}. My boss is out right now, but if you need a recommendation or help to find something, I'm your guy."
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No. 917628 ID: fc458a

Welcome the customer. Offer your wares.
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No. 917636 ID: afdebc

>>917563
Rice rack.

Try to resist the urge to make an insensitive pun.

>>917625
Pretty much. Being polite but making clear you're not the expert she might be looking for is appropriate.
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No. 917652 ID: 094652

Stay silent until called.
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No. 918090 ID: dd6906

>>917563
Immedately start talking to her, customers love it when you describe your life story. Remember to say "y-you too" the moment she says anything back.


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917172 No. 917172 ID: 6a1c53 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

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No. 917948 ID: 6a1c53
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917948

Welcome to ORHAM. Your journey begins now!
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No. 917949 ID: 40df11

Where did the water come from? Go back inside and find out!
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No. 918010 ID: 6a1c53
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918010

You re-enter the house. It seems like all the water drained out already! Where would you like to look first?
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No. 918016 ID: b1b4f3

Well uh where can you go that we haven't been before? I didn't see any other doors or hallways.
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No. 918087 ID: dd6906

>>918010
Ok sounds good.
Go ahead and enter the next door you see, and just grab the nearest blunt object you can find.


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917422 No. 917422 ID: 5e96df hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Glamour - an attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing.
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No. 917424 ID: 5e96df
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917424

Rent in the city is a pain, but having a roommate makes everything easier.
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They’ve spent centuries together - but you’ve only just met. They feel familiar though, like you already know everything about them.

Tell me who they are. Tell me what they enjoy and disdain. Tell me what sets them apart.
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No. 917431 ID: 7909a2

lilo likes neotraditional tattoo flash art , 1920s flapper fashion, and cheesy smooth jazz. she dislikes decora nail art, raspberry flavours, and techno music. her special skill is playing the saxophone.

lyria likes immitating marilyn monroe era glamour complete with huge fur coats and beauty marks, practicing throwing knives and axes, and parkour. she dislikes smokers, people who speak with a drawl, and people who can't match her speed when it comes to verbal spars and snarks. her special talent is pickpocketing!
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No. 917591 ID: 3570f2

Theyre a pair of lovers conning men and women and others alike out of their wealth, power, and vitality.

They're hostesses at an elite bar catering to the wealthy and eccentric. Tonight is your first night there.

Lyrie likes to sing, and has spent time as an opera diva in the 1700s, she can play the harp and the keytar. She hates stiletto heels and the color orange. She loves motorbikes and fluffy blankets.

Lilo likes making soap, and doing people's make up. She shreds the bass. She hates grumpy people. She can throw knives.
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No. 917592 ID: 094652

Lilo calls her brand Rebel Victorian - Take a Victorian ballgown, and then cut it up until it gets an adult rating. Then add latex for the hell of it. She loves exploring new forms of sexual behavior. She hates laws that have no common sense reason (laws against driving with no hands are appreciated by her, but laws that prevent people from decorating their own homes because of 'standards' irritates her)

Lyria likes to wear tye-die shirts and spiked leather jackets, anything that combines war with peace. She loves thai food and sweets. She hates being lied to.


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807980 No. 807980 ID: e136ae hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Because you asked for it...

Razzay's Quest!
A not-at-all-safe for work quest about a cranky witch who uses panty-magic and the Smikverse magic system.

Razzay originally appeared in BLIND DATE #3: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/799612.html - NSFW!

During the Quest, it was suggested that to overcome her depression at having the hopes and dreams of her life's work to obtain immortality by going on a QUEST with TGChan!

She has reluctantly agreed.
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Lisa: I'm so confused right now.

Razzay: Eh, it could be worse. You could be arguing with your own inner spirits in public, you could have gotten random jizz in your face, or you could have a horniness penalty.

Lisa: What?

Razzay: You'll probably see soon enough.

Lisa looks at you.

Lisa: Did I fuck a cat?

Razzay: He's not a normal cat.

Lisa: Did I let a cat finish inside me?
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No. 916803 ID: 094652

Main Character (Kobble Saga, Pudding)
Creep (Eadoo Quest, FlynnMerk)
A random Cyborg with Enhance Knockers (Rollback)
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No. 916859 ID: 2202fb

Any Hoodlum character from Hoodie quest.

Btw, Lisa could work out if she feels that strongly about it.
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No. 916864 ID: 8d26c4

>>916859
(Yes...well, if Lisa felt strongly about it she wouldn't be Lisa, would she?)
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No. 916972 ID: 2202fb

>>916864
(but she isnt Lisa-Lisa, she is pirated-Lisa, plus she could change if she wanted to, idk i think it is more important that we just voice that the option is there, not push her one way or the other.)


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832547 No. 832547 ID: c9b650 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Warning: This quest will probably contain NSFW elements. It might also get weird.
by popular demand and you know who you are
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No. 915855 ID: ccf3c2
915855

>>915854

Guh. That second reference was supposed to be
>>915792
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No. 915878 ID: 2202fb
915878

So... are these guys actually powerful or are they just drunk on their own hubris? They know a pregnancy can take over a year depending on the species, right?

Do the facepalm.
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No. 915992 ID: 130f18
915992

>>915791
Get Predator's attention and ask for something to write with again.

Explain to Crown that you and Sable are able to keep Chalk and the baby healthy and allow it to grow. You did it before and you can do it again. So long as Chalk is left with the two of you, the chaos child will grow properly.
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915993

We actually don't need something to write with. We just need our finger and we can write in the sand.
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No. 916926 ID: 8267be
916926

Tell the Voice of the Crown that a new impregnation would either kill both of them or simply result in the same slow growth.

Then tell it that, surely, as the Voice of the Crown, it has the knowledge about what a fetus needs to grow, right? Rather than pulling it out, they should be providing it with whatever nourishment and non-stressful environment (that is this place) that it needs for growth.


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891215 No. 891215 ID: bfb318 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Wiki and previous threads: http://tgchan.org/wiki/AsteroidQuest
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Lagotrope

>"Arza, Penn."

Vanski says our names less to get our attention, and more to buy time to construct what he's going to say to us.

>"You won't be talking to the CAI directly. ASE - that's the Alliance of the Silhouette Empire - are hooking the CAI up to a data output terminal, which you will be reading off of."
>"No talking to the CAI directly? Really?" asks Arza.
>"Take it up with ASE if you have a problem with that. There is a dedicated CAI study lab. There will always be a guard there to walk you through through the entry and exit procedures. You'll both be in guest room number 5."

He walks around the desk to us.

>"And remember that no matter who gets access to protect or study the CAI, the CAI remains mine."

This insectoid alien, who's gotten insensibly close to us, waves us off with his clasper.
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No. 916307 ID: 1e3468

This guy doesn't seem like he's going to be very helpful beyond getting you the equipment, the big girl however seems quite eager to answer your questions for someone walking around a secret underground crime base, perhaps if she's still nearby you could get some information out of her while you're reading through your own dossier? Telling her that you think you're staying close to her residence and pretending to be lost/asking her to guide you there when you're done here could get her to stick around.
As there seems to be some awkwardness between them, perhaps the big Neumono's continued presence might get the guy to leave which may give you some opportunities to use this computer as you please.

Maybe ask him to get the equipment before you try and get rid of him, just in case you decide to use it.
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No. 916405 ID: 15a025

>"This is what we have on you already."

I feel like we can assume any tests we do here are going to be added on to this.

Play it safe and just ask for a copy of this for now.
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No. 916415 ID: 39e3f1

Ask him who he is and what he does. If he is a medical man, as seems wise, ask him what he feels is missing from the information presented. You might get another peek at your new big friend's information by checking an example of what info is available on someone who's actively tested.

Things that can't be reliably known through illicit observation would include:
- How sharp your senses are, and what range they have - these would require your feedback.
- Your aptitude at specific, systematic mental and physical tests - things you would know are a test when you do them. These would produce far more thorough, reliable and useful information than any passive observation.
- Any test that would require large or bulky equipment or would otherwise have been noticed, e.g. CT scans, x-rays, etc.
- Any test measuring response to extreme or unusual circumstances, e.g. resistance to disease, resistance to radiation, severe injury, extreme starvation or thirst, pregnancy, blood loss, hormones, drugs and so on. You probably don't want to do any of these yourself, but fresh blood/tissue samples, allowing observation of living cells, might provide answers for some of them.
- Any test that would require you to do something abnormal - stretch as far as you can, try to lift objects too heavy for you, sit and do nothing/meditate for long periods, etc.
- Any questions regarding experiences inaccessibly to anyone but you, e.g. can you consciously think about multiple things at the same time, do you have lucid dreams more often than a normal person, can you stop yourself thinking of a pink rhinoceros, that sort of thing.
- Any action, or reaction or interaction with certain things, that you would have specifically avoided before. Do you react to (or provoke a reaction from) ancient imperial technology, do you have control over normally autonomic processes in your body, etc.

Try to think back to your gr
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No. 916827 ID: 58c855

Ask him about Likol.
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No. 916833 ID: daffb0

>>916827
I think before asking him about Likol Penn could be polite and ask for his name, and if he's fine to help her out, and other niceties.

>>916239
>Despite all this time, my racist head still has to manually put the words 'neumono scientist' together.

Just think about all the other people in this place who call themselves "scientists", and save your contempt for someone who's earned it.


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Can a machine dream?

It’s an odd question, one the prewar scientists often debated when the midnight oil was burning low but the actual work ahead of them was too daunting a prospect to consider. Could a machine, insomuch as it was a being whose desires were derived from dozens upon dozens of algorithms, ever understand that natural state of blissful, protean nonsense that took the human mind beyond the realm of logical limitations?

Even with the dawn of the first AIs or perhaps because of that inciting incident, the question only seemed to grow more muddled over time. As machines learned to think, to plan, as they took on ambition and personalities of their own, the question of what constituted the final, impassable bridge between what was human and what was artificial, that most sacred of lines, was an ever-shifting topic of speculation.

In the end, dreams became a common subject. Could something that was wholly logical, whose perceptions and responses could be reduced to lines of code: could such a thing as never even needed sleep to begin with, enter a state of unknowing and yet somehow revelatory unconsciousness? Even if it could, at that point, would it be a dream in truth or merely a simulation, something inherently bound to a perfect and rational order?

Perhaps, in the end, the creators feared what they had forged in their own image. Perhaps that is why, when the technology was there to create hundreds if not thousands of artificial intelligences, a virtual army that mimicked the intellectual prowess of the greatest scientists of their age, they limited themselves instead to what they could reliably hold in the palms of their hands.

> DOWNLOAD COMPLETE!

You stir from your thoughts and the floor all at once, gently nudging the still-dozing Overseer by your side from his unknowable reverie as you stand and prepare to undertake your final preparatio
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>>914974
>>914932
>>914826
>>914825

“I won’t sugar coat it,” you begin, trying not to strike a callous tone. “Nothing down below is in peak condition by a long shot, and the part of the network that’s been cut off is in even worse shape.”

“Is it the pumps?”

“The water pumps, air pumps, and the filtration systems,” you explain, noting the creases of concern on the canine’s face. “Give it a couple more weeks, a month at most, and I think at least one major sanitation and oxygen filtration system out of three will probably be down for good. The subsequent increase in strain across the remaining network will probably mean complete lights out within the next two months.”

“What’s worse is that those systems must be the ones that are only accessible from inside the tank,” he conjectures with a whine. “Otherwise, I likely would have found the damages during my external sweeps.”

“We might be able to selectively shut down parts of the tank for cleaning and maintenance,” you suggest. “The bigger problem we’d have to solve first though, is just getting the actual replacement hardware. Vault-grade construction for self-sustaining aquatic ecosystems isn’t exactly common.”

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>>916560

Understandably, the news puts something of an end to idle conversation, Theodore becoming wrapped up in his own thoughts as he begins plotting a course toward the ever-more turbulent future. You leave him to it, praying for your own part now that you’ll have some good tidings to share on the return trip.

To your surprise, your return to the upper levels (while lonesome) does find you face-to-face with your sortie, the groups of hounds all fit and formed up around the elevator door with tails held rigidly at attention.

“At ease,” you order through the Pup-Boy, relieved as they immediately respond. “Meet up at 20:00.”

Again, they seem to have no difficulty understanding at least that much, the ordered masses quickly breaking back down into an uncoordinated horde of wagging tails that scatter to the four winds. As convenient as it would be to begin running drills with the group and figuring out the exact limits of their understanding, there is still just so much to do.

“Aria,” you call through the network, tapping into her live feed just long enough to see a pair of Mr. Handy arms fussing over a pile of warm, writhing lumps. “I thought you were going to see about repairing the other Mr. Handy’s.”

“But I did!” she insists. “I reprogrammed the functional repair automata with some of Jeremy’s subroutines and maintenance presets before leaving the job to them!”

That… That’s actually surprisingly competent.
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No. 916602 ID: 080aaf

> [] The Vault isn’t hurting for staff right now. Best not to break down a bunch of machines to get a few of them working.
That uptick in Vault operations is going to be temporary if we don't outsource their problem.
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No. 916613 ID: 4b8ea5

>>916562
> [] The Vault isn’t hurting for staff right now. Best not to break down a bunch of machines to get a few of them working.
The immediate problem is getting Vault-Grade parts, not in more machine staff.
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No. 916743 ID: e3e99e

>>916613
Sounds like they need to delve into some vaults.
It's a pity they don't have somebody around who knows where the vaults are. Some sort of immortal AI who knows where all the bodies were buried.


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