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732068 No. 732068 ID: 7d01b5

I am a shark, just hanging out underwater. What is my name and what should I do?

Could get nsfw, or maybe not. We'll see...

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No. 823872 ID: 15a025

Swim away Finn!
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No. 823935 ID: 9b80a5

also the rest of the mages will know and anyone else in earshot of her cause i doubt no one beleives shes a mage and can see peeps doing things like this
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No. 824577 ID: ca0e20

This has been addressed in the disthread, but I think I have to say it here since it's easy for things to get lost in disthreads.

Shark Quest is not a lewd quest.

I know the spoiler text in the first post said it could get lewd, but it came from genuine uncertainties about how I wanted the quest to be. But since, I figured I'd rather not put lewd scenes in Shark Quest.

The spoiler text, alongside the skimpy outfits, probably misled some of you. So I'm sorry about that. But while the outfits will remain, they will generally always cover character's bits. Porn and full nudity can happen outside of the quest if I feel like it.

https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/99036.html

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No. 833549 ID: ca0e20
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833549

>Uh oh! A Mage! She's going to do a scry banishment on you! .....which would actually help, since you're trying to leave, but it would probably be better to avoid it anyways!
>she probably wont banish you cause you know too much she could straight up kill your soul and leave your body a hollowed husk and you'd essentially be dead so do something to try to get away away from her

Oh gods no...!

>Dang it, Ammy, why didn't you tell Finn how to end the astral projection so that he could come back to his body?!

I think she said something about how she has to do it? Had she gone alone, she would have only been able to leave automatically after a predetermined amount of time. Maybe she doesn't know that I'm in danger?!

>lean back on the door and escape.
>Tell her that what they are doing here is seriously fucked up.
> in your fury, say that what is going on here isn't just 'fucked up', there ware words for this kind of thing. Words like 'atrocity' and 'crimes against sentience' and 'casus belli'.
>push through that wall cause fuck that shit.
>stall for time and pray she wont notice you pushing through

I turn quickly and put my back on the door. And start leaning into it. I try to be sublte about it, but I don't think I'm doing a whole lot of progress.

Finnelope: "What you guys are doing here is fucked up!"

She starts slowly making her way towards me.

Female Merfolk Mage: "After all you've done to us?! You sharks are hypocrites."

Finnelope: "What? We didn't do anything! They are lying to you! What is going on here is-"

Female Merfolk Mage: "You're the liar!"

She starts raising her staff.

>make like a shark and GET OUTTA THERE!
>Swim away Finn!
>jus PUSH LIKE THERE WAS A ANGY MOB AFTER YOU

Screw subtlety! I start pushing like there's more than one angry Mage Merfolk lady!

Finnelope: "THE THINGS HAPPENING HERE ARE ATROCITIES!"
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833550

After one big push, I manage to get my upper body through the door, but my legs are still on the other side and I'm upside-down.

Ammy: "...... in, can you hear me?!?!? Finn!?!"

Finnelope: "AMMY, GET ME OUT OF HERE!"
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Suddenly, I feel an extremely sharp pain in my foot. A pain I never felt before. I have never been stabbed, but it hurts more than what I thought getting stabbed would feel it. But I also start to feel like the pain is now creeping up my leg. The world around me feels wrong and I'm am aware of the construct of my body. Meat, bones, blood. The feeling in my foot feels everywhere which each seconds that passes.
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No. 833552 ID: ca0e20
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Finnelope: "GAAAAASSSP!!!"

I jump up from the bed in Ammy's hut. I breath heavily as I recover from the pain, which seems to be completely gone. Though I still feel the aftershock from it. My leg feeling both numb and tingly at the same time but it starts to feel better already better. Inspecting it, nothing seems to be wrong with it. I let out a sigh of relief but I'm still a bit shook.
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No. 833553 ID: ca0e20
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833553

I look to Ammy who's next to the bed, kneeling on the floor. She looks shocked.

Ammy: "F-Finn... I'm so sorry."

She gets up and move to the other side of the room to stand over her counter with one hand on her head.
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No. 833554 ID: 3583d1

Collapse into her arms, try not to cry, cry a lot.
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No. 833555 ID: be0718

Tell her what you did: You seduced a mermaid, you pissed off a mermaid, fortunately they weren't the same mermaid. The mermaids seem to think the sharks started the feud.
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No. 833560 ID: 91ee5f

>>833552
>Inspecting it, nothing seems to be wrong with it.
Nothing you can see! Tell Ammy about it and have her look at your foot to see if that mermaid Mage did something yo you!

>>833553
Also don't forget to tell her about what you saw! Tell her everything!

And then ask her if something happened to her because you lost contact with her!
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No. 833568 ID: 100607

Hug her and thank her for saving you. Then explain what happened.
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No. 833569 ID: 3ce125

>>833555
She knows that.

>>833553
Tell her the mermaid leadership is feeding their people lies in order to get them to accept the capture and de-finning of sharks. Then the subsequent disposal of them.
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No. 833573 ID: 91ee5f

>>833569
>Then the subsequent disposal of them.
Also known as murdering them!
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No. 833574 ID: 100607

>>833569
What if it's not lies?
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No. 833579 ID: 3ce125

>>833574
Did you miss the sign that had really obvious lies on it?
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No. 833580 ID: 100607

>>833579
Nope. I'm simply implying that the plot may be thicker than it seems.
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No. 833583 ID: 41c9bc

>>833553
Report your findings.
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No. 833746 ID: 15a025

Tell her it's fine, and explain what you found.
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No. 836428 ID: ca0e20
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836428

>Hug her and thank her for saving you. Then explain what happened.
>Tell her what you did
>Tell Ammy about it and have her look at your foot to see if that mermaid Mage did something to you! Also don't forget to tell her about what you saw! Tell her everything!
>Tell her the mermaid leadership is feeding their people lies in order to get them to accept the capture and de-finning of sharks. Then the subsequent disposal of them.
>Also known as murdering them!
>Report your findings.
>Tell her it's fine, and explain what you found.

I approach Ammy.

Finnelope: "Ammy, it's fine. I'm fine."

She doesn't seem to react much, so I try hugging her. She's so short. This must be how Rosie feels when I hug her?

Ammy: "What are you-?"

She cuts her phrase short as she understand what I'm doing and slowly hugs back.

Ammy: "*sigh* I was suppose to keep you out of danger."

Finnelope: "... We both knew things could go weird. And I did come out of it fine since you saved me. Thank you! Though I wouldn't mind it if you checked my foot in case that mage did something."

She breaks the hug and looks at my feet.

Ammy: "A mage?! They got your foot? How?"

Finnelope: "I'm not sure, I was half way through a door. But it hurt a lot when it happened. That one."

She looks at it and feels it a bit.

Ammy: "... If you felt pain, then they used the red crystal I told you about. You're here now so you should be fine. Unless they did something I am not aware of..."

Finnelope: "... Loooow chances? I hope?"

Ammy: "Yes. That projection was technically not you and doesn't exist anymore."

Finnelope: "Ah, good to know." Farewell, Ghost Finn. "... Well my projection found out that the Merfolk are de-finning live sharks!"

Ammy: "*gasp* So it is them!... Those disappearing sharks... Did- did you see them?"

Finnelope: "They... dispose of them. I suspect the worst."

Ammy: "... Confound those merfolk."

Finnelope: "... Yeahhh. The mage I saw seems to think that we're at fault here. The place also had propaganda about how we're cold blooded killers."

Ammy: "They do? Mmmh."
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No. 836429 ID: ca0e20
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836429

>What if it's not lies?

They have to be lies. I might only be a young adult, but I never seen a vicious shark before. And I'm a shark! The only ones I ever heard about were only around millions of years ago! We're not like that!

Finnelope: "... We're not like that, are we?"

Ammy: "... If there are a group of cold blooded killer sharks, they are somehow more secretive about their dealing than Merfolks are. I never heard of such things. And the case of shark violence are pretty self contained, like all sentient beings. Sharks are even less violent than H... Well, best not to talk about it."

Finnelope: "What?"

Ammy: "I won't answer anything on the matter since it's not relevant to what is going on right now. My point is that there are more violent beings out there than sharks."

Finnelope: "Merfolks for one."

Ammy: "Yes... Apparently."

>And then ask her if something happened to her because you lost contact with her!

Finnelope: "So, what happened when we lost connection? Did something happened to you?"

Ammy: "No, nothing to me. I think they must have protected the area you went to. Must be the same thing that blocks my scry spells. It's meant to block the type of communications that would come from a scry or how I spoke to you. But you were already within the projection or yourself so you couldn't get cut off. The block worked similar to a large umbrella and you snuck under."

Finnelope: "Ah. Well as long as you were safe."

Ammy: "At any rate, I should be able to handle things from here. Thank you for the help Finn..."

She starts putting things away.
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No. 836434 ID: f268c5

>>836429
Go find Echo some sunglasses.
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No. 836441 ID: 100607

>>836428
That sideboob soothes my soul..

Ask her about the 'mate' thingy again, since she forgot to give you an answer the last time.

Hmm, so where can we go afterwards. Visit Mango or Riptide perhaps? Should we be spreading the news about the merlfolk?
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No. 836443 ID: 91ee5f

>>836429
Ask her if she needs any help? And then ask her what she's going to do now?

>>836441
>Should we be spreading the news about the merlfolk?
Not without proof!

And if the merfolk hear about a shark swimming around and shouting out in public to everyone about this, that'll only make Finn a target!
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No. 836444 ID: 91ee5f

>>836434
Also, do this.
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No. 836727 ID: 15a025

Ask if she needs help putting things away?

>>836434
Also sunglasses.
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No. 836777 ID: d36af7

>>836443
>Not without proof
You've got more than enough of a story to be probable cause for formal investigation. Go to the police or some other government officials, ask to speak privately, describe what you saw (in terms of the facility's layout and signage, not the specific incident with the merfolk mage) as objectively as possible. All the authorities would need to do to confirm is go and see for themselves, or even just persuade a neutral third party to interview other merfolk who work in the processing facility.

If the cops want to know how you know, don't explain about the magic. Just claim you were flirting with one of the merfolk, subject of food or jobs or something came up, and they described the place to you, thinking it was normal. This story is mostly true, and there are half a dozen witnesses available to support the idea that you've been exploring other cultures and/or unconventional romance lately, including one friendly merfolk whose name you know and who'd recognize your face.

Narratively, the authorities will probably be useless, but that's no excuse not to try.
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No. 838449 ID: 3ce125

Guess what time it is! Time for horrible thoughts!

Do you know where your food comes from? Have you ever been inside a meat factory? Know anyone that works at one?
what if it's made of merfolk

Also if they're keeping de-finned sharks as slaves it might not turn out so bad for everyone in the end. They could be rescued! The merfolk had a guard stationed at one of the doors connected to the de-finning operation, so it's quite possible.
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No. 843821 ID: ca0e20
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843821

>Ask her if she needs any help? And then ask her what she's going to do now?
>Ask if she needs help putting things away?

Finnelope: "You need any help putting things away?"

Ammy: "No it's fine. I know where everything goes."

She starts gathering the crystals on the table.

Finnelope: "Ok... What about the Merfolk stuff. I can still help right?"

Ammy: "... You might not... No, I think I can handle the rest."

Finnelope: "You can? What are you gonna do next?"

Ammy: "I'm not sure. I need some time to think."

Finnelope: "... Then how do you know you won't need my help?"

She stops herself in her motion as she's gathering crystals to focus completely on saying this to me.

Ammy: "Finn... Things were more dangerous than I thought today when I thought they were going to be safe. Say that you are fine all you want, it won't change that fact. Whatever I do next, it will be more dangerous and I would rather if I don't put you in that kind of danger."
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No. 843835 ID: 66a4ca

Ask her who she's gonna be putting in danger then.
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No. 843855 ID: 17e0b4

You're already in danger, all sharks are, and you're not going to stand idly by while these atrocities happen.
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No. 843862 ID: 51058c

>>843855
Damn straight! Time to take action! But what I don’t understand is why certain merfolk seemed to think that sharks are the awful ones. So there is something else afoot here.
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No. 843869 ID: 41c9bc

>>843855
>>843862
This.

More caution is needed, for sure, but this is our problem whether you involve us in the solution or not.
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No. 843985 ID: 8cb228

What they are doing isn't just propaganda and murder. It's an atrocity, and appropriate cause for a Shark state to go to war! Surely you or I don't have to handle this kind of thing alone, right?
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No. 844411 ID: 15a025

If they take this further, all of us are going to be in danger, possibly even more so than now. Tell her if there's a way you can help more to speak up.
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No. 847083 ID: ca0e20
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>Ask her who she's gonna be putting in danger then.
>You're already in danger, all sharks are, and you're not going to stand idly by while these atrocities happen.
>Damn straight! Time to take action!
>More caution is needed, for sure, but this is our problem whether you involve us in the solution or not.
>What they are doing isn't just propaganda and murder. It's an atrocity, and appropriate cause for a Shark state to go to war! Surely you or I don't have to handle this kind of thing alone, right?
>If they take this further, all of us are going to be in danger, possibly even more so than now.

Finnelope: "Who are you gonna put in danger then?"

Ammy: "... You do not have to worry about that."

Finnelope: "Yes I do. This concerns all sharks! We're all in danger! And I'm not gonna sit idly by while all this happens! We should go to war!"

Ammy: "NO! Anything but that! A war would just make things worse!"

Finnelope: "Yeah, you're right, but still. I'm gonna do something wether you want me to or not, so we should at least work together."

Ammy: "... *sigh* Alright. If I cannot stop you... I still need to make some preparations but... I think Poseidon is at fault here and he's the one we should focus on now. But this is just an intuition based on current evidence and his disposition... I'll need to formulate some plan of action. You can go for today and I'll ping you again tomorrow."

>But what I don’t understand is why certain merfolk seemed to think that sharks are the awful ones. So there is something else afoot here.

Finnelope: "I do wonder why merfolks seems to think we're the awful ones here. Part of me assumes it's just propaganda, but..."

She thinks for a moment.

Ammy: "It's possible... but I don't know the details. It's another mystery to solve as we try to fix things."

Anything else I want to talk to her about before I go home? It's getting late.
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No. 847084 ID: 66a4ca

Go home.
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No. 847088 ID: ba506f

give her a hug and tell her to be careful. She's your friend as well and you are worry about her.
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No. 847095 ID: 3583d1

>>847088
This. But maybe also mention Jormungandr and the sea serpents. There was talk earlier about them also in danger from the merfolk. Perhaps they might have some extra knowledge about the whole situation as well?
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No. 847165 ID: 9e82bd

>>847095
This.
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No. 847230 ID: 8cb228

Even if we don't go to war, this is at least some spy-counterspy stuff going on here! Can we get SOME sort of authorities involved?? At least for backup, or something? Two random citizens shouldn't decide things on this level!
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No. 857026 ID: ca0e20
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>give her a hug and tell her to be careful. She's your friend as well and you are worry about her.
>This. But maybe also mention Jormungandr and the sea serpents. There was talk earlier about them also in danger from the merfolk. Perhaps they might have some extra knowledge about the whole situation as well?

Finn: "I'll be going now" I give her another hug "But be careful. You're my friend too and I do worry about you."

Ammy: "Thank you Finn. Be on your guard out there. We don't know how the Merfolk... finds sharks..."

I stop hugging her and vaguely start heading towards the door.

Finn: "Actually another thing I do wonder, I hear the sea serpents are also in danger from the Merfolk. Maybe they know things that could help us?"

Ammy: "Mmmh... Perhaps... I could try to communicate with someone I know. A Sea Serpent magic user. But we're not on good terms. Truthfully, I don't know if they are in good term with anyone. They are quite unpleasant..."

Finn: "Alright... hopefully they can offer help of some kind. See you tomorrow, Ammy."

Ammy: "Yes. It will be difficult, but try to rest. We'll need to be alert. I'll contact you on your phone tomorrow once I have any news. Goodbye."
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No. 857027 ID: ca0e20
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>Can we get SOME sort of authorities involved?? At least for backup, or something? Two random citizens shouldn't decide things on this level!
>Go find Echo some sunglasses.
>Also, do this.
>Also sunglasses.
>Go home.

I step out of Ammy's hut and check my phone. It is getting a bit late, but not too late.

I could do a number of things now or later.

I could go buy some sunglasses... wasn't I suppose to ask Ammy about something about water pressure? At any rate, I think I might have a pair of sunglasses at home, but I'm not sure where they are. I can either buy a new pair to make it quick or search my home and see if I can find them.

I can also try and contact some sort of authority. Shark cops? Though I'm not sure what I could tell them to make them believe me. I'd have to come up with something before I go there.

Both of these could be done either on my way home or tomorrow. Though doing them now might shorten my rest. I should be good doing one before I go home. Or I can keep both for tomorrow and add it to the list of things I need to do.

Things I can remember to do for tomorrow.
-Contact either Riptide or Mango to hang out? Might feel weird now... I should also think about what I should tell them, if I should tell them about what I know now.
-Get Echo out of the Deep Dark to converse face to face.
-Wait for Ammy's call/text to see what is next.
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No. 857028 ID: ad51b8

get glasses to get that out of the way so we don't forget about it later through all the day to day thing.
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No. 857040 ID: f09905

What's the agency to which you report things like international spies or treason or threats to the state?

Who are the sharks in black, as it were?
Where's the regional office for them?
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No. 857045 ID: 6cc25a

Go home. Get rest.
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No. 857249 ID: 33cbe7

Try to fish Echo out for a face to face.
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No. 858262 ID: 15a025

Get some sunglasses for Echo. That way you both can sport some shades tomorrow and be styling together.
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No. 859693 ID: ca0e20
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>What's the agency to which you report things like international spies or treason or threats to the state? Who are the sharks in black, as it were?

I don't know. Wouldn't they be secret? Maybe I can find something on the Internet, but I wouldn't expect much accurate information on there about them.

>get glasses to get that out of the way so we don't forget about it later through all the day to day thing.
>Get some sunglasses for Echo. That way you both can sport some shades tomorrow and be styling together.
>Go home. Get rest.

I swing by a store on my way home to get a pair of sunglasses. A slight detour. Once home I get ready for bed.

As I lay down, I ruminate on the day I just had. Finding out that all my friends wanted to date me. That's odd. Though Rosie is nice. Meeting a denizen of the Deep Dark, even if I have not seen them face to face. Wonder what they look like. Ammy asking me for help to investigate the Merfolk palace. What I found...
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Zzz...

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