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736166 No. 736166 ID: 163674

CHAPTER 1 :: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/692327.html
CHAPTER 2 :: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questarch/res/696969.html
CHAPTER 3 :: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/715522.html
CHAPTER 4 :: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/727645.html

WIKI :: http://tgchan.org/wiki/A_Little_Town_Called_Coxwette
DISCUSSION :: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/96965.html



Wake up, Chuck.
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No. 743206 ID: 9876c4

So in addition to picking apples, you spent time with board games and riding horses.

But that's not the whole story, is it?
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No. 743208 ID: 3e182c

>>743174
To say that now would be like.
Legit Creepy.
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No. 743212 ID: 807fde

awkward situation wood rising!

Also didn't he ask us to get him a quick lay? Why would he chase her away then but then ask us to get him someone now? did something change or is it because shes young?
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No. 743213 ID: 595d54

>>743212
...Well, yes, presumably he's not a pedophile.
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No. 743215 ID: 398fe1

>>743212
That was ten years ago, dude.
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No. 743216 ID: 81099f

>>743157
wait so davey didn't touch her? i thought for sure he molested her or something.
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No. 743217 ID: 398fe1

>>743216
No, the opposite thing happened.
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No. 743218 ID: cc08c7

Keep being patient, we're doing pretty good so far.
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No. 743219 ID: 595d54

>>743216
He technically did, but I'm pretty sure that was when he was dreaming of his dead wife or something.
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No. 743220 ID: 3009b4

>>743219
That is almost certainly what he did. Also considering the age difference, he didn't send her to the barn out of cruelty but rather to prevent such a thing from happening again.

More than likely a lot of Davey is talk -- not that he can't back up a threat, but I wouldn't take all of what he says at face value.
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No. 743222 ID: 1d4e27

Interesting, but she hasn't explained where she recognized the monster from yet.
Engage eyebrow oscillation.
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No. 743270 ID: 5042bf

So when are we getting to the horrible part?
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No. 743276 ID: bb78f2

>>743158
Eyebrow internally, Chuck. Eyebrow internally.
Well, so she's the one that molested Davey... okay. Then she did his daughter. Well... okay.
Why did she bring that up if its got nothing to deal with the monsters, unless she's ashamed of it and wanted it all out?
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No. 743293 ID: 9876c4

>>743276
Maybe she wants to do it again. We could work with that...

But alsoprobablythestorysnotfinishedyet
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No. 743309 ID: 350a50

"I told you that you must have a great smile."
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No. 743327 ID: a339be
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743327

You: “So, what’s that got to do with the monsters? Why are you even telling us this?”

Ramona: “Chuck!”

Ellen: “Uh…”

Ellen: “Donna and I spent a lot of time in the barn”

Ellen: “We became friends, I guess.”

Ellen: “It was a couple of weeks later when we were out there…”

Ellen: “We just heard someone kind of… I dunno… scurrying toward the barn”

Ellen: “I didn’t think nothin’ of it. Donna went to open the door and see who was out there. She thought it was her daddy, but it wasn’t. We thought it was just maybe him with a sheet on top of him or something, but he didn’t have no snout.”

Ellen: “He started to say some weird things, like some ‘fire and brimstone’ type stuff I guess… and he hit Donna and then came after me. He climbed on me and hit my head against the ground, and I felt like I was bein’ stabbed. Donna came and hit him with somethin’, I think a saw or somethin’. And when she screamed, Davey came out and”

Ellen: “Started shootin’ him…”

Ellen: “I couldn’t even hear the gun on account of how loud I was screaming”

Ellen: “There was blood all over me. I think it was my blood, but Donna was bloody too”

Ramona’s face shows little expression - not even so much as empathy.

Ellen: “It’s the footsteps that scared me most. That man… he sounded like anyone else. Not like the monsters in the movies. When he ran it just sounded like… I don’t know. A person.”
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No. 743328 ID: 398fe1

>>743327
Yeah, they probably used to be people. They seem to attack those who go against fundamentalist teachings, for some reason. She didn't deserve that though.

Ask if she wants to see Donna and Davey again.
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No. 743329 ID: 9f3729

>>743327
"I tugged the sheet off one first time I met one, they're not human.
And they seem to have a common thread of hating fun, which I personally find utterly reprehensible."
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No. 743338 ID: 8d65de

Its no man its a monster.
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No. 743343 ID: a339be
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743343

You: “Would you ever want to see Davey or Donna again?”

Ellen: “Davey comes to town once in a while”

Ellen: “But I haven’t seen Donna since”
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No. 743345 ID: a339be
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743345

Ellen: “I doubt she’d want to see me…”
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No. 743346 ID: 3abd97

>>743345
...I'm suddenly guessing Ellen made a pass at Donna that wasn't reciprocated.

New quest: Hook dem gals up.
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No. 743347 ID: 15a025

Now why would you say that?
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No. 743349 ID: 398fe1

>>743345
Oh no. She definitely has a crush on Donna. One she developed when she was 13.

Well, regardless, tell her that whatever happened in that barn, you believe Donna is still her friend. She tried to save her, after all.
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No. 743353 ID: 9876c4

We KNOW Davey still remembers her fondly.

Hell, us Biblezombie fearing types gotta stick together.
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No. 743364 ID: 3e182c

>>743353
She was the only Coxwette person who he spoke even remotely fondly of, come to think of it.
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No. 743383 ID: a339be
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743383

You: “What makes you think that?”

Ellen: “I don’t know…”

Ellen covers her face.

Ellen: “She’s really pretty and great and sweet and I’m just”

Ellen: “…she fought that monster and I just did nothing.”

Ellen: “I think I should go to bed-”
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No. 743384 ID: a339be
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743384

The front door opens. Sally enters and yawns, walking behind the couch opposite you and stopping suddenly.

Sally: “Ellen…?”

Ellen: “Oh, hi Sally”

Sally: “What are you doing here?”

Ellen: “I’m staying a night at your B & B… I guess.”

Sally: “Oh. Cool. Well, it’s nice to see you. Good night Chuck.”

Sally turns her nose up at Ramona and walks upstairs. Ellen follows, leaving you with the dog mom.

You: “What was that about?”

Ramona sighs and drinks.

Ramona: “Oh, Sally and I had a fight. It’s nothing.”
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No. 743386 ID: f2aecb

>>743384
Get frisky with dogmom
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No. 743387 ID: 9876c4

So is it late? I've half a mind to call up Naz and collect our bat and shirt and things.

On the other hand, it's not as if we need them right now.
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No. 743388 ID: 398fe1

"Was the fight about me?"
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No. 743389 ID: 15fae4

>>743384

it was a fight about your penis

i hope you're proud of yourself cat man
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No. 743391 ID: 6c25ef

>>743384
"If it's about the sneeze thing, it's no big deal."

Ramona may be confused that we suddenly are aware of things that transpired during our lack of memory, but that's easily explained by the truth that we bumped into Sally and she was acting weird. Spilled the beans.
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No. 743393 ID: a339be
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743393

You: “…was it about me?”

Ramona rolls her eyes.

Ramona: “No, it wasn’t about you.”

Ramona: “It’s a fight we’ve had before.”

Ramona: “Sally just… well”

Ramona: “She wants to do things her way. Dress her way, talk her way… eat her way. She talks back to me and cakes on so much makeup. She’s eighteen and beautiful, how much does she need?”

She shakes her head.

Ramona: “I let slip that she will obey my rules when she is under my roof. And…”

Ramona: “She said…”
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No. 743394 ID: a339be
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743394

Ramona: “That maybe she’ll move out, then.”
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No. 743396 ID: 15fae4

>>743394

Just let her know that if she ever tries to leave she'll probably get killed by a monster
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No. 743397 ID: 9f3729

>>743394
"Talk things through with her, try to allow her some freedom. My parents were overcontrolling to the extreme and I don't talk to them anymore because of it."
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No. 743400 ID: c441c1

>>743394
Well honestly if she could support herself why not? She has to leave sometime and become her own woman she already has a job so she can pay rent in the apartment buildings. She might also get some people to move into the Plath house by talking with some of the people there so you will have someone to keep you company, say the last part while looking at Ellen.
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No. 743404 ID: f0e552

>>743394
It does kinda suck, huh? But I'm sure this is something every teen goes through. I'm guessing Ramona never has moved out?
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No. 743405 ID: 398fe1

>>743394
This seems about normal for her age. The desire for independence struck and she wants to live like she wants. So if Ramona wants to keep her close she could establish new boundaries that aren't so stifling. Sally will move out eventually anyway though. Say, ask if Ramona has been giving Sally any of that reveyee. How often do you have to eat that stuff to keep its effect? OH RIGHT also tell her it occurred to you that if she cooperates with Marcie she could give that resistance to the entire town... if Marcie can make it taste good.

...if Chuck is feeling especially selfish he could encourage Sally so that he'll have easier access to her in private.
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No. 743407 ID: a339be
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743407

You: “You have to let her have her independence, Mona.”

Ramona: “I know…”

Ramona: “I know, but… she’s my baby. I don’t want to be left alone. I don’t want to die alone.”

Ramona: “I’ve lived in this house literally my entire life.”

You: “Sally can still visit, right? I mean, I assume you’ve been giving her reveyee like you have with me.”

Ramona nods.

You: “I mean, it’s not abnormal for a teenager to want to be independent. She’s becoming a woman. It’s just natural.”

Ramona nods.

Ramona: “You just don’t understand. It’s… about time.”

You: “What…?”

Ramona: “Time, wasting time. Living without her is just wasting time.”

Ramona: “Chuck…”

You: “What do you mean?”
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No. 743408 ID: a339be
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743408

You: “Ramona?”
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No. 743409 ID: a339be
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743409

Ramona: “I have cancer.”
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No. 743410 ID: a339be
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743410

END CHAPTER V
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No. 743415 ID: f0e552

damn
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No. 743427 ID: 94afa9

"Shit."

"Wait, you didn't give it to me, did you? We didn't use protection! Now I might have it too!"
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No. 743431 ID: fc10b4

>>743427
Im sure chuck is smart enough to know that it doesnt work like that. Even if it is a joke, i dont think he would joke about something so serious. Time for chapter 6
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No. 743459 ID: 741a28

..... Boy.... This chapter has been such a freaking downer......
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No. 743466 ID: 8963ff

>>743409
......Holy shit.
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No. 743612 ID: 6518d8

What. What the fuck.

Welp. I don't really know where this story is going, but god damn if I am not hooked.
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