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933192 No. 933192 ID: 891b91

This quest is NSFW.

Content Warning: This is a horror-themed quest; the events depicted may be disturbing to some people. Possible content (spoilered for those who would prefer to be surprised) includes graphic depictions of death, gore, and body horror.

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No. 933193 ID: 891b91
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933193

Yes, they are on their way as I speak. Which one should I guide to you?

The Drunkard, who escapes the world through her love of drink.

The Misfit, who would trade the world to extinguish his loneliness.

The Thief, who invents enemies from the shadows that surround him.

The Coward, who flees her fears, leaving those who need her behind.


Please choose a character.
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No. 933195 ID: 3458dd

Gonna say the Drunkard
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No. 933196 ID: 8f05eb

Misfit sounds like he'll be the most loyal.
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No. 933197 ID: f3310b

I think we're choosing the first person to die heh.

Drunkard.
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No. 933198 ID: ad51b8

gotta go with the drunk. If they're intoxicated all the time they're less likely to take sanity damage.
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No. 933200 ID: 8ca489

Thief. I'm always partial to those that walk in the shadows.
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No. 933201 ID: 4854ef

The Misfit
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No. 933202 ID: e20bdf

The Drunkard and the Misfit sound fun.
Since "they are on their way" I assume we will follow the point of view of one and the others will be part of the group. If that is correct I vote for the Thief who is the least promising in terms of personality but the most capable of acting.
The Coward might be an interesting point of view to get to know the others but the text suggest her thing is abandonment. Betraying a friend can make a character so unlikable it ruins my investment in the story, so I don't want to risk this possibility.
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No. 933203 ID: bcc41d

Be very afraid. Be the Coward.
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No. 933204 ID: 3940d3

Imma go misfit, they seem kinda interesting.
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No. 933207 ID: 2202fb

Coward.
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No. 933210 ID: e2f5cc

The Drunkard seems the most interesting to me.
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No. 933216 ID: 11f77a

Hmm I'm leaning towards the Misfit on this one
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No. 933217 ID: 4b3bec

Drunkard.
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No. 933221 ID: 0fae41

Cowards!
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No. 933223 ID: 1a6f80

Coward.
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No. 933224 ID: 90f3c0

The Misfit
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No. 933229 ID: 094652

The Thief
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No. 933230 ID: 1534c3

Misfit all the way
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No. 933231 ID: 1ac5eb

drunkard
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No. 933232 ID: eeb7d9

The Theif sounds cool.
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No. 933233 ID: e51896

Coward
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No. 933234 ID: de7f24

Drunkard
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No. 933235 ID: 3acfd3

misfit
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No. 933236 ID: 465a14

Coward.
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No. 933237 ID: f2320a

>>933193
The misfit
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No. 933242 ID: 06fdc0

Misfit
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No. 933243 ID: 4f51b2

>>933192
The thief
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No. 933244 ID: 864e49

We go where eagles dare!
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No. 933245 ID: 419ea7

>>933193
misfit seems cool
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No. 933246 ID: 4f51b2

>Invent enemy from the shadows
Sounds interesting, I go for the thief.
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No. 933247 ID: 7776db

Is the thief a lizard?
The I’ll go with that.
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No. 933250 ID: 891b91

>>933244
Good taste imo, also I'm gonna assume this means your vote is for the Misfit.
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No. 933254 ID: 91ee5f

>>933193
The Thief
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No. 933257 ID: 977456

Springbok! If you can't jump, what's the point of living?
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No. 933272 ID: ba56e6

>>933193
The Coward
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No. 933281 ID: 3b7bf2

The thief, though I'd like to see them all in the quest.
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No. 933282 ID: 10c408

the coward. Dem horns.
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No. 933288 ID: 8b270f

>>933192
the coward, it would make an interesting story conflict wise, after all how do you pin a victimless crime down?
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No. 933297 ID: 745eba

Misfit
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No. 933299 ID: 15a025

The misfit!
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No. 933301 ID: 3672a5

Thief
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No. 933306 ID: 12ef8b

The thief sounds like the most fitting.
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No. 933312 ID: d5f100

The Misfit
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No. 933316 ID: 74be55

I'm torn between the thief and the coward but I think I'll choose the thief. Hope is not to late to vote.
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No. 933336 ID: a8b653

>>933250
I'm not some god damn son of bitch!
But Yes.
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No. 933344 ID: 4b5f27

Coward
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No. 933345 ID: a9af05

>>933193
The Thief
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No. 933362 ID: e1226c

Thief
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No. 933384 ID: 3ae175

>>933193
I vote for the thief.
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No. 933457 ID: c0641d

Someone is being guided to us. Methinks we're the corrupting monster. The Misfit would join willingly, and the Drunkard could be easily manipulated. However, the Coward might be quick to bolt so we might want her first. But the thief... if anyone has a chance of truly foiling us, it would be him. He should be the first to fall into our embrace.
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No. 933462 ID: 8faf34

The drunkard
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No. 933481 ID: 9aaeef

The thief., unironically the one who looks the most trustworthy.
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No. 933483 ID: 44f6f3

Thief
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No. 933504 ID: 8275cf

coward looks cutest
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No. 933508 ID: fdf202

>>933193
misfit needs us most, drunkard seems most fun.
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No. 933525 ID: b29fc6

The thief
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No. 933800 ID: 1ed92d

>>933193
The Thief.
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No. 933835 ID: 891b91

Character selection is over; votes below this post will not be counted.
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No. 933840 ID: eeb7d9

And the winner is...
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No. 933848 ID: 2202fb

>>933840
It is the thief, no contest. Not my pick, but hey, that is how a direct democracy goes.
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No. 933849 ID: 891b91
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933849

The Thief? I had thought perhaps the Coward, but... yes, I see how the Thief could become a problem.

I'll bring him to you. But when this is all over, remember our deal.

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No. 933850 ID: 891b91
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933850

"'Scuse me, young man, can I check your ticket? Ferry's 'bout to depart."

Guess this old codger's the... whatever you call a conductor on a boat. "Yeah, sure. Here."

"Thank you kindly," he chirps, punching the ticket and handing it back to me. "So what brings you to the island?"

"None ya business." Nosy old bastard.

He laughs that kinda stuck-up laugh old folks do when they think they know better than you. "'Spose ya got me there! Well, whatever you're lookin' for, I hope ya find it." The fuck's that supposed to mean?

He starts walkin' off, but I stop him. "Hey, wait a minute. How long 'til we get to shore?"

"Hmm? Oh, not long. 'Bout 20 minutes, all in all."

Guess I've got some time to kill.

A) Let's head to the upper deck, see how the view is from up there.

B) There's a waiting room inside the cabin. Might as well check it out.

C) Think I'll take a stroll 'round the lower deck here.

D) Fuck it, I'll just wait here. This breeze is pretty nice anyway.

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No. 933852 ID: ad51b8

A
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No. 933854 ID: 8eaf98

if we are trying to avoid thievery go B or D, if we are looking for targets i feel like C sounds like it would have people the least on guard
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No. 933855 ID: 0fae41

C. Time to perform a sweep for unsecured objects.
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No. 933857 ID: 10c408

Let's go with A. might as well have a nice view for a short ride.
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No. 933860 ID: b1b4f3

A.
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No. 933861 ID: a12187

B
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No. 933866 ID: eeb7d9

A.
Who are you, Where are you going and What are you doing there?
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No. 933878 ID: 11f77a

A. Reminisce on your path that led you to this moment. Also, I wonder how that old timer figures you're looking for something in the first place. Unless you weren't. Hmmm...
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No. 933881 ID: 91ee5f

>>933850
A
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No. 933885 ID: 4f51b2

>>933850
B
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No. 933887 ID: 7fb87a

>>933850
B) might as well see what kinds of people are here
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No. 933907 ID: f3310b

B or C. Both have a good chance to find someone, or their belongings.
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No. 933921 ID: 9aaeef

>>933850
B) Let’s see if there are people there.
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No. 933925 ID: 21d52d

A.
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No. 933957 ID: c0641d

C. Snoop snoop.

We understand your concern over the Coward, and we agree that after we quickly embrace the Thief, we should be after her next (with subtlety) before she has a chance to run and hide.
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No. 933970 ID: 9876c4

>>933192
Is that Coward an actual Cow?

I am totally stoked to have good, clean pun with my horror.
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No. 934012 ID: 15a025

C
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No. 934014 ID: cbdfa8

>>933850
C.
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No. 934082 ID: 996529

B)
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No. 934131 ID: c0641d

Actually, come to think of it, I think it’s possible I and a few others could have misinterpreted the implication of the opening post’s framing device. Are we (the Voices) supposed to be helping the monsters or the mortals? Or do we get to choose?
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No. 934140 ID: 977456

Who we should be helping and who we will be helping may not be the same. Don't blame me for falling to The Jedi Side if the coward is pronking.
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No. 934315 ID: 891b91
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934315

>>934131
Seek what you will

>>933970
It pains me that this idea didn't occur to me. Sadly, it isn't a pun.

>Who are you?
Name's Howie.

>Where are you going?
Little town called Rafflesia Shores. It's on some island in the Outer Banks, I forget the name.

>What are you doing there?
Gonna lay low for a bit, figure out my next move.

>Reminisce on your path that led you to this moment.
My mind keeps wanderin' back to everything that happened back home. I don't wanna think about it anymore, that's why I'm goin' to the island. I remember my folks took me there a few times as a kid. I always figured, yeah, that's where I'll go, if shit gets bad. And so, here I am.

I figure I'll head on up top. Might be a better view up there.
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No. 934316 ID: 891b91
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934316

At the top of the stairs, the passage opens up into an observation deck. The island sits motionless on the horizon ahead of us. As if on cue, the ferry lurches to a start.

No one else is up here except for some bird chick. Toucan, judgin' from that big honker.
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No. 934317 ID: 891b91
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934317

Well, ain't that a sight for sore eyes. That butt ain't half bad, either.

A) Just gonna mind my own business while I'm up here. Toucan's prolly more trouble than she's worth.

B) Might as well introduce myself.
>1) Keep it chill, no funny business. Feel things out first.
>2) Time to lay on some charm and see where it gets me.
>3) ???

C) Can't keep my eyes off that purse.
>1) Strap looks flimsy. One good jerk and it'll prolly snap right off.
>2) Bet I could sneak a couple fingers in there without her noticing.
>3) ???

D) Eh, it's kinda boring up here.
>1) Guess I'll check out that waiting room down below.
>2) I hate sittin' still like this, I'm gonna have a stroll on the lower deck.
>3) Think I'll just head back to where I was and wait it out. (Time skip to when the Ferry reaches the island)

E) ???

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No. 934319 ID: 8eaf98

D-2 best to look around for targets
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No. 934320 ID: 11f77a

Why not go with B1? Since you're likely to hang around the same island (or even town) as her, there's nothing wrong with networking.

You're probably starting with nothing short of some loose change. While I won't blame your nature as a thief if you even think of pickpocketing her, you've got no place to run if you happen to be caught. Wait until you reach the island before making a beeline for that purse.
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No. 934321 ID: ad51b8

B-1

yeah, stealing shit while on a small boat is probably a bad idea since you're trying to lay low and because if you get caught you have nowhere to run.
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No. 934322 ID: e20bdf

>Little town called... Gonna lay low for a bit...
That remind me of something...

C1 Isn't a good idea in a small town where you are likely to be recognized, even worst in a boat. If she was near a door where you had a chance of escape unseen maybe, but this place is too open.
For C2 you may be a talented thief, but are you good enough to navigate a woman purse without looking? You are far more likely to get a handful of useless documents than getting any money.
Go for B1. If she is here for tourism she will be a good target when we disembark. Stalk her latter.
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No. 934330 ID: 977456

C3: just add booze. It'd be tragic if she woke up tomorrow with vague memories of her bag falling overboard and a nice man giving her some change for a phone and a busfare. If her bag happened to be empty when it happened, well, she'd never know...
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No. 934333 ID: 4f51b2

>>934317
B1, start slow, there are probably more cuties around too.
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No. 934337 ID: 0fae41

C2. Do you engage your marks in conversation to keep them distracted?
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No. 934338 ID: 9876c4

Oh, I'm sorry, I thought we were the THIEF, not the coward.

C2, followed by B2.
Let's be smooth, not thuggish.
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No. 934344 ID: eeb7d9

Taking something from her is tempting... But IF something goes wrong, you are in a small boat, where everyone can see your face. Not good.

B1: see if you can strike a conversation. See were things go, see what kind of person we are dealing with here.
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No. 934347 ID: cbdfa8

>>934317
B1. Even if she is a potential target, it's best to wait till we are ashore to go grabbin things. Hell might make a nice lady friend out of her.
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No. 934357 ID: 864e49

B1 we'll get to B2 eventually.
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No. 934367 ID: caf1de

grab the booty
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No. 934375 ID: f3310b

Check to see if she's wearing panties.
Because if she's not wearing any, then... uhh... it would make stealing from her riskier, since it would be easier for her to notice anyone touching certain places. Yep. Important to make sure!

Also, if you're introducing yourself, you should tell her that she looks like she needs a drink.
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No. 934385 ID: e51896

She is THICC

B1, followed by C2
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No. 934391 ID: 91ee5f

>>934317
B1

Wait until you’re not stuck on a boat with her before you try stealing her things.
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No. 934399 ID: a9af05

>>934317
B1 followed by B2
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No. 934411 ID: 791b75

>>934317
lay the charm on her and steal her heart
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No. 934493 ID: 06d001

>>934317
B1. Im guessing you're laying low for something bigger than simple pickpocketing so lets be a bit more professional about this. Lets talk with her a bit, and see if we can find an even bigger score on the island, like her house or something.
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No. 934524 ID: c0641d

Stealing from people is tricky; you never truly know somebody enough to know for sure if pickpocketing is viable. Stealing from places is much more our speed; that, we can prepare for. Wherever this lady is gonna be prominent might be a good start, and it would be good to know something about her habits, but we don't want to make too much of an impression; B1.
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No. 934653 ID: 15a025

B1. Let's at least get to know her a little bit.
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No. 934881 ID: 891b91
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934881

Hmm. Too risky to just snatch the thing from her, especially while we're stuck on this boat. Might as well introduce myself, maybe I'll get a chance pinch something later. No funny business for now, though -- gotta feel things out and see what makes her tick first. Can't hurt to make a friend or two on the island anyway, just in case.

"Nice view, huh?" I say as I walk up.

"Oh! Didn't notice you there," she laughs, shooting an unconcerned glance at me. "Whadja say?"

"I said it's a nice view out here," I reply, forcing a chuckle.

"Damn skippy it is!" She pauses, letting an eye linger on me for a sec. "The ocean's basically my favorite thing ever. My mom always called me her little seagull, on account of how much I loved comin' here to swim in the summer."

"Huh, what a coincidence, my folks used to bring me here when I was a kid, too." I actually am kinda surprised, I don't remember ever seeing any toucans. "That why you're goin' to the island now? Getting some R&R?"

"Kinda, yeah," she recalls, digging around in her purse. "My sis n' me decided we could use a vacation... Well, it was more my sis's decision, but I'm not complaining!" She pulls a flask from her purse, unscrewing the cap.

"Just along for the ride, huh?"

"Hey, it's fine by me if it means hittin' up the beach for a couple weeks." She takes a long swig. "So what about you? What brings you to Rafflesia Shores?" She offers the flask, thrusting it in my direction expectantly.


A) I just met this bird, no way I'm tellin' her anything close to the truth. "Same as you, I'm just here to have some fun, y'know?"

B) A lie by omission might be more believable. "Been dealing with some bullshit back home, decided I needed to get away for a bit."

C*) I must be crazy, but I feel like I can trust this broad. "I got into some trouble back home, so I need to lay low til' things die down."

D) ???


*: Choices marked with an asterisk are those that the Thief considers risky. Please note that risky choices carry both a greater risk of danger and a greater chance of reward, and that taking risks may (and likely will) be necessary to obtain certain benefits or avoid certain dangers.

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No. 934882 ID: 0fae41

B.
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No. 934883 ID: 07e403

>>934881
B.
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No. 934884 ID: ad51b8

>B) A lie by omission might be more believable. "Been dealing with some bullshit back home, decided I needed to get away for a bit."
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No. 934885 ID: 04ca3e

C!
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No. 934888 ID: 8eaf98

B
if a follow up question inquiring about the nature of the bullshit something like 'people I would rather not be found by are looking for me'
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No. 934889 ID: eeb7d9

B.
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No. 934890 ID: eeb7d9

Oh, and also, accept a sip of whatever she's offering.
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No. 934891 ID: 9876c4

B. Anyone can smell a lie, but a half-truth runs clean and easy.
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No. 934892 ID: f3310b

You don't want her getting too close to you, so it's better to just tell her something that would most likely turn her off. But something believable.

Tell her that you came here to get laid. (Not sure if this counts as A or D)
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No. 934893 ID: 11f77a

I say trust the toucan (C). Take an offered sip to further strengthen that trust/bonding. She could assume it's family troubles for all we know. If she inquires, just 'don't want to talk about it' with a gloomy sigh. Take another sip to emphasize wanting to forget your troubles. You're a thief, maybe a conman, you can manipulate people easily right?

If we get her really drunk once on Rafflesia Shores, she may not even remember some details or the boat ride here come morning. Looks the type for carrying a flask around. And sounds like her sister may be somewhere on this boat too so have some R&R with them and get laid.
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No. 934935 ID: 11bf02

C
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No. 934940 ID: 07ca93

>>934893
I was going to say b but I loke your idea, I'll choose C, plus I like a bit of risk
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No. 934951 ID: c0641d

Yeah, maybe putting one foot in C with an option to backpedal is a good idea - I won't be mad if B wins out. Decline the drink though (but be polite about it) - she might seem ready to trust you already, but I don't think we're the type of person to reciprocate it quite that fast. Even if she's not malicious, you don't know what kind of drank she's into!
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No. 934965 ID: 5bdd53

>>934881
D/B) Tell her you're looking for new work, a chance to spend time in a place you always wanted to do. Then flirt with her, since she likes you enough already to offer you a drink. Make yourself a friend.
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No. 934977 ID: 550dc9

C)
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No. 934978 ID: 17f233

C
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No. 934979 ID: e19578

A
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No. 934986 ID: e51896

B
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No. 934987 ID: 07c00b

C
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No. 934993 ID: d3dd30

C
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No. 935014 ID: 864e49

B for Bird Booze and Booty.
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No. 935194 ID: 589d2e

>>934881
B
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No. 935199 ID: 15a025

B, it's not really a lie and you can always explain later.

Pass on the drink for now.
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No. 935201 ID: 7656be

C and tale the drink
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No. 935245 ID: a3e256

B covers the bases nicely. No reason to fib, anyway, and why make things awkward.
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No. 935766 ID: caeb37

>>934881
C
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No. 936370 ID: 891b91
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936370

"Eh, been dealin' with some real bullshit back home. You know how it goes. Thought this'd be a good place to get away from it all for a bit." Almost started tellin' her the whole story, but... shit, I'm here 'cause I'm tryin' to get away from that shit, not to have a fuckin' pow-wow and talk about my problems.

"Thanks," I add, accepting the flask. I go to take a swig from it, but I get second thoughts and plug the opening with my tongue, pretendin' to swallow. Doesn't taste off, just some cheap-ass whiskey, but there's no tellin' what she coulda put in the stuff.
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No. 936371 ID: 891b91
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936371

Somethin' about this bird makes me wanna like her right off the bat. Could be somethin' about how chilled out she is. Hell, maybe it's those fuckin' daisy dukes -- she even got anything on under those? Doesn't matter, bad idea to let my dick do all the thinkin' anyway. Either way, it's the ones you wanna like that you gotta look out for -- the ones with that charisma. They'll chew you up 'n spit you out if you let 'em.

"Yeah, shit-all happens on the island, it's real calm," she agrees, accepting the flask back from me. "Weird how it never blew up like the others, seems like every island in the Carolinas is jam-packed this time of year."

"Prolly 'cause they don't let cars on the island." It suits me just fine, too -- makes it harder for people to tail you. "They don't need 'em anyway, from what I remember all the old farts just drive around in golf carts instead."
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No. 936372 ID: 891b91
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936372

"Old farts in golf carts... hey, that rhymes," she echoes as she tips the flask into her beak, emptying it. She turns around and leans back against the railing. "So, where you stayin'? Maybe we could y'know, chill and stuff."

A*) Tell the truth. "Don't got a place yet, thought I'd look for a room once I got on the island."
B) Lie to her. I remember the place I stayed at as a kid. "Gonna get a room at the Firepit Inn."
C*) Flirt with her.
>1) "I dunno, how about your room?"
>2) "Why, need someone to keep your bed warm?"
>3) [Suggest a pickup line]
D) ???

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No. 936373 ID: 0fae41

C1. Bad ideas are our specialty.
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No. 936374 ID: e20bdf

C2
Can your could blood warm anything?
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No. 936377 ID: 631909

C2, but phrase it sarcastically. Pair with a hyperbolic eyebrow wiggle.
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No. 936379 ID: 550dc9

C 2
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No. 936386 ID: eeb7d9

C 2, it's too good to pass it out.
But my paranoia is acting up. What ever we choose, we need to be careful about her.
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No. 936389 ID: 726b70

C3
"There's some old hole that I planned on filling, but I don't like it much. Is yours any good?"
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No. 936402 ID: 11f77a

Unsure, a bit of Column A and a bit of Column C3 (going for a double risk!). It's not like there are unspeakable, horrifying repercussions to admit you don't have a place (yet). And being the suave, clever guy you are you could segue that line into a flirt.

"Don't got a place yet to be honest. Perhaps you can hook me up with a room with a view~"
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No. 936413 ID: 8b270f

B guys let's not think with the organs that fill with blood. we are here to hide out then still shit.
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No. 936415 ID: 864e49

C1
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No. 936441 ID: ec6329

>>936372
C2
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No. 936444 ID: 0fae41

>>936413
I'm sure she's got a bathroom at her place.
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No. 936470 ID: 8d5b51

B
However, if we do end up picking C, do it sarcastically, with a roll of the eyes.
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No. 936513 ID: caf1de

i dunno i could just stay in you
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No. 936516 ID: d2e689

c2
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No. 936519 ID: c7c640

>>936413
>the organs that fill with blood.
That would be most of them.
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No. 936560 ID: 864e49

>>936519
But not the balls which are, as we all know, filled with pee.
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No. 936573 ID: 8b270f

>>936560
and the sperm per say in the spine!
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No. 936592 ID: f2136e

>>936560
I can only disagree. Based on experimental data, depending on the subject, the balls are filled with either a substance called pleasure, or pain.
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No. 936599 ID: f2320a

>>936402
Support lets get into those pants that are nearly underwear
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No. 936600 ID: 094652

A) "Haven't thought of it yet, but it shouldn't be hard. I grew up here, there's bound to be a favor or two I've forgotten."
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No. 936842 ID: 15a025

A, but instead of saying you're looking for a place, ask about staying with her for the night?
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No. 938557 ID: ce39da

A): Plant the seed, and let her drunk ass get the idea to take the cue to lead on this flirt fail waltz.
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No. 940260 ID: 891b91
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940260

"Why, need someone to keep your bed warm?"
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No. 940261 ID: 891b91
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940261

She just kinda stares at me for a sec, then suddenly busts a gut laughin'. "God-damn, you had me there for a sec! You try that on every girl you meet?"

I shrug. "Figured it was worth a shot."

"Oh--oh my God, you were serious?" She gasps, still gigglin' a bit.

I decide to play it cool. "As serious as you want me to be," I reply, a grin curling at the edges of my mouth.

She explodes with laughter again. "Hah, at least you don't try to hide it," she pants between laughs as she starts makin' for the stairs. I get the feelin' she wants to see if I'll follow her, but fuck that -- I ain't someone's lost puppy dog. "See you 'round, thirsty boy." With that, she disappears down the stairs.

Whatever, I bet she's a shitty lay anyway. Prolly lies there like a dead fish 'n makes you do all the work.
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No. 940262 ID: 891b91
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940262

Island's close now, so I just stay up top 'n wait it out. No one else shows up in the meantime, which is fine by me.

Don't got any luggage -- didn't exactly have time to pack. All I've got are the clothes on my back, a couple Benjamins in my wallet, car keys, my unregistered CZ 75, a spare 19-round mag, 'n a handful of loose ammo.
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No. 940263 ID: 891b91
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940263

It isn't long 'til the ferry docks 'n they let me off the boat. No sign of the toucan broad or anyone else, so I must be the last one off. Not like I was rushin' myself, anyway.

The shitty little shack beside the boardwalk is the visitor's center and gift shop, apparently. Think I remember gettin' some overpriced piece of crap from there as a kid.

Dunno how long I'm gonna be hidin' out here, so first order of business is to get myself settled in. Gonna need a place to crash, some extra clothes n' supplies, and a way to make some scratch since 2 hundo ain't gonna last forever. The only question is where I wanna start.

A) Check out the visitor's center. Might be able to get some info about the island in there -- not like my memories of the place are fresh or anything.
B) Head down the boardwalk into town. I prefer to get my information from watchin', not askin'.
C) Get back on the ferry and leave the island. Can't quite put my finger on what, but somethin' just don't seem right here. Feels like there's somethin' I'm forgettin'.
D) ???

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No. 940264 ID: 0fae41

C get out get out get out
B.
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No. 940265 ID: d91ef0

>>940263
B.
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No. 940271 ID: 5fc3a0

>>940263
B. You already know about the Firepit Inn as a potential place to stay for the night, scoping out the town will probably be more fruitful than some place for weenie tourists. Plus, that toucan that just supremely owned you would likely be there.
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No. 940272 ID: ad51b8

B
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No. 940273 ID: 7fb87a

>>940263
B.
If some kinda investigator shows up they're gonna chat up the visitor's center first
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No. 940274 ID: 1774cd

>>940263
A. Check out the visitors shop. A refresher before ya check things out in person.
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No. 940276 ID: 2df440

B
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No. 940281 ID: 11f77a

I choose A) to grab an island map pronto. I feel that would be very important in the long run. You don't even need to talk to anybody. There's probably a pamphlet holder in the vestibule for the tourists—and they're free to yank.

THEN you can just, well, move on to option B) and get the scope the town. Mark interesting things on your map.
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No. 940285 ID: 58ee15

C) Because we know that a mysterious force is going to prevent you from leaving.
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No. 940294 ID: 2df440

>>940281
can i change my vote to agree with this? this makes sense.
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No. 940298 ID: 91ee5f

>>940281
This.
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No. 940300 ID: 58ee15

>>940285
I'm also against A because you don't want your face to be seen here. The visitor's center would be the most obvious place to start for anyone following you.
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No. 940352 ID: eeb7d9

B
You have the streets right? You know where to look. Go around, see what you find.
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No. 940400 ID: 3a3c64

>>940281
Agreed; Start with A. Go ahead and swipe a map then check it to see how things may have changed since last time you were here. Then begin your tour of the place, keeping an eye out for where the other passengers &/or residents may have gone. Keeping tabs on where the most traffic is should help identify any tails or targets.
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No. 940422 ID: e05234

>>940281
This is a good blend of both A and B and makes the most sense, I'll support it.
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No. 940446 ID: 599e1d

You know what? C. Because i want to know what would happen.
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No. 940457 ID: 1f937b

>>940263
B
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No. 940654 ID: 15a025

B.
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No. 943567 ID: 891b91
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943567

I almost duck inside the shack, thinkin' I could use a map or somethin' -- but nah. Bad idea. If I'm bein' tailed, visitor's center'll be the first place they check, 'n no doubt the clerk is some asshole who'll fess up that he saw me the moment they show 'im my photo.

Fuggit. I can find my way around here, ain't like the island's huge or nothin', 'n I got my memories from when I was a kid to go off of. I head down the path a bit 'n climb up one of those big dunes to get a good view of the town. Smack dab in the middle is this weird fuckin' building, no clue what that is. Looks like that might be a store or two to the left of it... behind that I recognize the Firepit Inn. Way behind it I think I see the canals and the pier... I think I remember there bein' a little bar and grill there? Somewhere around here there should be some kinda seafood joint too, but I don't see it. Off to the right there's a buncha cottages on stilts and what I'm gonna assume is an apartment building. There's a rocky slope leading up to the left of me, and I think I can see some kinda house at the top.

I need a place to stay, clothes 'n supplies, and a way to make a lil' extra cash. Gettin' kinda hungry too. Just gotta figure out what I'm gonna get first, 'n where to look.
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No. 943568 ID: 322af8

Might as well see what that new unknown building is. Might have work for you there.
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No. 943571 ID: 18f1c5

The cottages seem too out in the open to break in during daytime. The two other prospective destinations would be the weird building and the house on the hill.

I think the house on the hill is remote enough to warrant checking out first.
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No. 943586 ID: eeb7d9

Hey, you know how to open doors right? You can make a job out of that. You can be a locksmith as a cover.
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No. 943592 ID: ce39da

>>943586
That doesn't seem like an entry-level job, and starting your own business might garner some unwanted attention.

The large mystery building might be a community building. Might be a good place to get the lay of the town without being as obvious as a visitor's center.
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No. 943669 ID: 4f51b2

>>943567
Go eat, maybe we can steal something from some clueless fool.
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No. 944045 ID: 15a025

Stores might not be the most safe place to head into either. Bar might be someplace better for when we can afford to hand out a little hush money.

Let's scope out that mystery building for now.
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No. 944772 ID: 32b5ec

Mmmmmmystery building!
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