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822552 No. 822552 ID: 5245b2

This is a mistake.
But I'm going to do it anyways.
Howdy TGchan, Name's Clock.
Well, Clock Prime if you wanna get technical.
I'm lacking inspiration so I thought, "Hey, I don't hate myself enough, let's spill my storytelling guts to the internet!"
...
Like I said, this is probably a bad idea.
So once again, Howdy.
Ask away.
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No. 878091 ID: f0e789

>>878085
Figures as much...

Where’s Fenrir and the Stag then?
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No. 878099 ID: 5245b2
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878099

Th’ Stag’s fine. You’re here.
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No. 878108 ID: 74ee62

>>878099
So then FRAXURE, are gonna be throwing down no? Or is there a chance to save him without bloodshed. I can get Fenrir up here in less than a second.
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No. 878109 ID: 74ee62

Before we do this though I gotta ask, what happened to Calus?
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No. 878158 ID: 8b6349
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878158

>>878108
This isn’t Fraxure. You did this to me.
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No. 878164 ID: 28314e

>>878158
Yes I know...

It was an accident, honestly. But it’s one I will pay for regardless. The thing is PFC, or fraxture, or whatever you want to call yourself, it’s why I brought in an aspect of death, to kill the virus. I also hope I can be forgiven for my words here but given that I had to stop Fraxture from putting a knife in Clock’s heart, and that you want total control over him...

I hope I can be forgiven if I think you are lying through your teeth about you being PFC. At least.... it’s a half truth.

So what happened to Calus?
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No. 878647 ID: 5245b2
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878647

>>878164
He had a little scrap with a newly fleshed Femel, so I hear.
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No. 878648 ID: 0e57d8

>>878647
I was afraid of that... did he win?
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No. 878652 ID: 5245b2
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878652

No, but Femel didn’t kill him. Something about a test of his new body. Speaking of bodies, you did quite a number on me. First you ripped off my arm, then charred my face, and finally threw me into the ink. You knew this would happen, didn’t you?
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No. 878654 ID: 0e57d8

>>878652
What???

When???

How???

I’m am so confused. When the hell did that happen??? I have no memory of that happening.
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No. 878660 ID: 5245b2
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878660

Does it matter? I’ve got more important things to do that prattle. Goodbye.
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No. 878662 ID: 5245b2
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878662

>>Connect to?
> Fraxure
>Clock
>Femel
>???
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No. 878663 ID: 0e57d8

>>878662
Anyone who can help me undo what I have done. I don’t know what I’ve done but I must atone for it. I came here to heal my friend and save him but I think I just made things exponentially worse.
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No. 878668 ID: 5245b2
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878668

>Error: subject not found!
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No. 878669 ID: 0e57d8

>>878668
I need to know what happened... what happened to me that made me do whatever I did....

>The Stag

I’m probably going to get attacked on sight or he will run but I’m Amon, not Fenrir anymore.
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No. 878710 ID: 5245b2

>Connecting...
...
....
.....
>Error: Connection failed!
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No. 878722 ID: 0e57d8

>>878710
Connect to Femel then, I want some gods damned answers
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No. 878897 ID: 5245b2
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878897

>Connecting...
>Connection established!
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No. 878903 ID: 1667ef

>>878897
Howdy....
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No. 879007 ID: 5245b2

>>878897
YOU SEEM IN LOW SPIRITS. A WELCOME CHANGE.
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No. 879012 ID: c8a48a

>>879007
Yeah yeah, laugh it up. Look I’ll just level with you here, I have no idea what happened after Fenrir, me, ran into the refinery to try and save Calus. I’m assuming you aren’t going to lie, because I get the feeling the truth is going to hurt a lot more.
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No. 879044 ID: 713448
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879044

I SEE. I WON’T BORE YOU WITH A FLASHBACK SEQUENCE. WHEN YOU WENT DOWN TO THE INK REFINERY, YOU FOUND ME THERE, PESTERED ME ABOUT THE REGENERATIVE PROPERTIES OF THE INK, THEN INSISTED THAT WE THREE WOULD BE ENOUGH TO TAKE DOWN THE FRAXURE. THE STAG AND I CAUTIONED YOU ON ITS STRENGTH, BUT BLINDED AS YOU WERE BY YOUR FERVER, YOU PAID NO HEED. YOU FOUGHT WITH THE FRAXURE, AND ONLY AFTER THE STAG USED A SONIC ATTACK DID YOU REALIZE IT WAS THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX BEING PUPPETEERED BY THE INK. YOU THREW HIM AND THE SKELETON OF NASHOBA INTO IT, HOPING TO RESURRECT AND HEAL THEM. I TRIED TO WARN YOU. YOU THOUGHT I WOULD LIE. NOW LOOK AT WHAT YOU’VE DONE.
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No. 879047 ID: 3583d1

>>879044
That... that doesn’t make ANY sense! I remember avoiding the ink on purpose. It’s of basic nature to avoid what you don’t understand. Especially given that the ink was probably made by Fraxure why the fuck would I ever think it was a good idea to use it?

...

Alright a couple of guesses here then. Fenrir was unstable. But his biggest flaw was wrath, not pride so that’s why it doesn’t make any sense, I wanted to help PFC yes but I thought he would heal naturally, not through any speedy process, as for Nashoba.... I’ll end Acryporos myself...

Well, I don’t suppose you know anyone who can hack minds? And why are you in the shadow anyway? Gods tell me I didn’t do anything to you too?
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No. 879076 ID: 713448
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879076

>>879047
I DRANK FROM THE INK. IT RESTORED ME TO MY PRIME. I WOULD ASSUME YOU THOUGHT IT WOULD DO THE SAME FOR THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX AND NASHOBA.
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No. 879097 ID: c8a48a

>>879076
Impressive.

But you assume wrong. I assume that it would heal you because you are already a corrupt force of negative emotions. Double negatives. Where as someone like Nashoba or PFC... well you get the idea. So I still fail to understand what was going through my mind.
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No. 879163 ID: 5245b2
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879163

>>879097
ULTIMATELY, I DO NOT KNOW EITHER. ALL WE CAN DO IS LIVE WITH OUR MISTAKES AND HOPE WE CAN IMPROVE.
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No. 879166 ID: 5c2d63

Very wise... and uncharacteristicly kind of you to say. What a day this is, your words almost make me think I could leave unscathed...
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No. 879461 ID: 5245b2
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879461

>>879166
"HM. I GROW HUNGRY. I WILL FIND SOMETHING TO EAT, I BELIEVE I SAW SOME CULTISTS WORSHIPING AN IDOL OF MYSELF. THEY SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT. GOODBYE FOR NOW."
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No. 879466 ID: 5245b2
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879466

>Connection terminated!
>Connect to..?
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No. 879471 ID: 51137e

>>879466
Acryporos... it’s best to get this done...
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No. 879541 ID: 6a9d7d

>>879471
>Connecting...
...
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No. 879542 ID: 6a9d7d
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879542

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No. 879549 ID: 094652

True dat! Now let's go pillage some demon cities with busty anime demon girls!
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No. 880749 ID: 5245b2
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880749

Hey, You guys like shipping, right?
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No. 880764 ID: 12cd30

>>880749
Depends, who are we shipping?
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No. 880770 ID: 5245b2

>>880764
Who would you like? I've got some OCs, but more importantly, I have some with my love. Shall I run down the list?
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No. 880774 ID: 3583d1

>>880770
Go for it! Down the list we go
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No. 880800 ID: e1041a
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880800

https://pastebin.com/27JwEckR
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No. 880809 ID: 3583d1

>>880800
Wow... quite a list...

Alright let’s make a shipping wall! Who do you recommend we start with?
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No. 880870 ID: 5245b2
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880870

>>880809
Um... uh...
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No. 880891 ID: 3583d1

Well I guess I need ask first like how are we doing this? Are we going full different and varied relationships? or are we just going for romantic?

If we are going to varied we could probably get away with Femel and Amon as enemies or rivals or something of the like.
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No. 880904 ID: b53bd0

>Victoria Veilsen (Viví the vampire)

vampire girls need love too.
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No. 880920 ID: 5245b2

>>880891
Varied, maybe.
>>880904
She gets a lot! Her boyfriend's name is Hank Andrew Garfeild, a werewolf who has no control over his animal state, who he refers to by the name of Lupus. He's sweet, shy, and is often dragged into Victoria's Secret just so Vivi can watch him blush and fidget.
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No. 880921 ID: 094652

Who are these people and why do you assume we can infer their personalities and what they look like from their names alone?
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No. 880926 ID: 5245b2

>>880921
I assume nothing! I was hoping I could use this list as an opportunity to ramble about my OCs. Think of this as a character-selection screen, If you pick one from the list, I'll tell you more about them and (starting now) show you what they look like, then you can decide if you really want to hear their story!
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No. 880930 ID: 9602df

>>880920
You just described my girlfriend to a T... she does this with me... and the funny thing is her nickname for me is werewolf.
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No. 880937 ID: 5245b2

Eyyyyyyy I know mine won't but she has her ways
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No. 881893 ID: 5245b2
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881893

Heya. Lemme level with you assholes. You have been by far the strangest place Clock thought he’d find a support group. Why? Why do you want him? I can name several reasons why you shouldn’t.
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No. 881897 ID: 5245b2
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881897

-sounds of bone crushing-
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No. 881898 ID: 3583d1

>>881893
Funny, I can name 7 reasons why I would like to have him around.

1. He's Clock, and that's cool.
2. It's always fun meeting and talking with people over our mutual love of games and quests.
3. He's Clock, and that's awesome.
4. He's been one of the most easiest and fun people to talk with.
5. He's Clock, and he is my friend.
6. Speaking for myself personally, I don't want to see my friends suffer and be miserable if I can do something about it.
7. He. Is. Clock.
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No. 881899 ID: 3583d1

>>881897
lol
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No. 881900 ID: 5245b2

AS I WAS SAYING... why do you care so much? He isn’t that great of a storywriter, he only bogs down other artists and writers by interrupting their quests, and he has no idea how to continue a story. If everyone has a story to be told, why do you want to read his?
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No. 881901 ID: 5245b2
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881901

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No. 881902 ID: 3583d1

Because why not his? If at least one person is having fun and enjoying his stories and quests, then more power to him. Also I urge you to see my previous answer before you got digested.
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No. 881903 ID: 5245b2
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881903

>>881898
Only Two of those reasons made any sort of sense. The rest were just “He is Clock.” Don’t do that. Don’t waste my time. We’re all trudging towards oblivion, and ultimately no one will remember us. So don’t waste any more of my time on stupid shit like that. I assure you, in person, Clock is a disappointment at best. His entourage sling constant insults. I’m tired of it. My job is to shift blame and push people away, and I’ll be doing my job.
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No. 881905 ID: 3583d1

>>881903
I'm not going anywhere either buck-o because my job is to be there when my friends need me, for no other reason than they are my friends. You want more reasons? Truth be told there aren't any beyond what I already said. But I choose to hang around because I like who Clock is, and I consider him to be a bro. That's that.
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No. 881906 ID: 5245b2
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881906

If he disappeared from this site tomorrow, you’d find some other comic maker to latch onto.
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No. 881907 ID: 5245b2
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881907

If he disappeared from this site tomorrow, you’d find some other comic maker to latch onto.
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No. 881912 ID: 3583d1

>>881907
Do you know why I started drawing those warhammer 40k primarchs? It was for fun, but more importantly, it was because I felt the authors I put out there have done something innovative or helped define the genre of questing, and they are people who I have deep respect for. For Clock, he's there because of his accessibility. Clock is willing to talk and listen, and if he leaves I will remember him. Just as remember so many great authors who have long since left this site but whose names and stories I still remember. I guarantee you that I will still go back and read Clock's work even if he chose to leave.
it also helps that I'm following him on tumblr and can send him a message as well but that's beside the point.
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No. 881927 ID: 413b9f

Thank you, Clock's self doubt, but we're trying to talk to the real Clock right now.

Alright I've been following all of these threads for a long time. Even before I started a quest of my own. And considering how often this seems to happen I think it's time for me to finally say something.

I also know Clock irl so later today I can try talking some more-

>>881900
Not that great of a storywriter? If that were the case, you wouldn't have so many people following either this or Return - we're all excited to see where you go with both of those. Also, if you're a bit stuck, that's what we step in for. This is community-based storytelling. You give us your ideas, we help expand on those.
Bogs down others by interrupting? I'll have to admit I haven't been able to find you on other quests (mostly because I'm not here as often as some of the others in this thread) but I just know they genuinely enjoy having you there. We love getting responses from other quest writers no matter how long they've been here or how popular their quests are.
No idea how to finish a story? I'm just coming back to my earlier point: this is community based. You don't always have to update with some major event. Take Curequest for example since I think you still follow it. I wrote half of those updates as a way to ask the others what I should do next. It helps to fill in the blanks when you're having trouble. You've mentioned before that writing the beginning and end of a story comes easily to you, but it's the middle you struggle with - so let us help with the middle, and maybe in future projects you'll feel a little more comfortable with writing it whether we help you decide what happens or not. Please don't be afraid to ask us for help. That's what we're here for.

I hope this was coherent. I woke up much earlier than I needed to and I might not make as much sense right now.
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881951

>>881927
Oh, it’s you. I’ve been trying to shake you off for years, but you are just so unbelievably persistant. Why? Why do you have to be the anchor around our neck, keeping us from acending beyond this cruel rock?
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881953

>>881951
Eh, Clock seems to enjoy my company. Watching you get so annoyed with me is just a nice bonus.
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No. 881958 ID: 1dd41c

>>881953
https://imgur.com/gallery/yxqid
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No. 881959 ID: 7f3b81

>>881958
It is now that you showed up, now the whole gang is here.
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No. 881960 ID: 7f3b81
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881960

Speaking of which, you guys remember this one?
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No. 881962 ID: 5245b2

I remember you murdering me for doing my job.
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No. 881964 ID: 032ced

>>881960
Aw, look at us. So pure.
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No. 881968 ID: 7f3b81

>>881962
You had it coming Fraxure. I’m still looking for alternative ways of undoing the shit storm you caused with PFC
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No. 882117 ID: 5245b2

>>881968
I didn’t do anything. I was doing my job until you came along.
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No. 882121 ID: 7f3b81
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882121

>>882117
Bullshit, don’t try and act like you are an innocent in all this.
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No. 882271 ID: 5245b2

Dude, you don’t get it. THAT IS MY JOB. PUSH PEOPLE AWAY SO WE CAN ASCEND!
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No. 882272 ID: 5245b2

But of course I had to make matters worse by even showing up here. You’ve all become such a tight knit group. Everything reeks of reasonless support and blind camaraderie.
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No. 882273 ID: 3583d1

>>882271
Ahhhhh... now it all makes sense. You have the same kind of personality as the people who run cults that kill people. You want Clock to drink the koolaid.
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No. 882275 ID: 3583d1

>>882272
And yes we do support Clock. Because that was OUR job is and we do it because he is our friend.
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No. 882277 ID: 5245b2

Now see here you blunt-brained troglodyte, Clock made me to do exactly what I’ve been doing! If he didn’t want to die, I wouldn’t exist!
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No. 882325 ID: 4d2d3a

>>882277
Nobody wants to die Fraxure, what they want is an end to their pain. Sometimes, they see people like you as their only option. But I want Clock to live, Kei wants him to live, he has support and we will be there for him whenever he needs us.
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No. 882448 ID: 5245b2

>>882325
You’d be surprised. An end to pain is one thing, but an end to worry and consciousness? That’s what we want. And we don’t need you. You’re only an obstacle.
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No. 882452 ID: 3583d1

>>882448
No. That's what you want. You are only an extension of Clock, a copy, a cheap knock-off with one defining character trait, all of you fighting to maintain dominance. If I am an obstacle, that's fine for I am unmovable. I am a rock. I am a mountain. And clock may not need me, but I am here for him regardless.
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No. 882456 ID: 5245b2

>>882452
Obstacle, yes. Insurmountable? Don’t flatter yourself.
If I was only one aspect, I’d be a mindbeast. But you and I both know how much power I hold.
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No. 882458 ID: 094652

... Are we going to do quest stuff anytime this month?

Well, ARE WE?! It's time to rebuild your fanbase! It's time to sell out on the fanservice!

Because this argument is starting to look like a questdis thread and it should move there anyway.
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882530

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No. 882706 ID: 5245b2

Fucking fight me Kome. I’m working hard trying to slither around and keep Clock goin’.
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No. 883480 ID: 5245b2

Are you satisfied? Big tiddy demon girls are planned.
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No. 883523 ID: 23fae3

>>883480
Hard to go wrong with big tiddies.
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No. 883534 ID: eeb7d9

>>883480
>>883523
But what about big booty?
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No. 883572 ID: 5245b2

>>883523
>>883534
Have you ever seen a chubby demon chick?
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No. 883583 ID: 2a3c91

>>883572
Duh yes.
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No. 883591 ID: 5245b2

Oh
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No. 883592 ID: 5245b2

Have you ever seen CLOCK draw a chubby demon chick?
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No. 883595 ID: 3583d1

>>883592
I've never seen him draw a CHUBBY demon chick.
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No. 883603 ID: 5245b2
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883603

wOULD YOU LIKE TO??
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No. 883606 ID: 094652

Actually, I'm curious about what a formerly chubby demon chick on a crash-course starvation diet for three months looks like. With the spiky flab and retained bustline and stuff.
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No. 883607 ID: 3583d1

>>883603
you are really strong arming him into this aren't you...
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No. 883608 ID: 3583d1

>>883606
sad.
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883656

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No. 883675 ID: 5ae085

>>883656
Hmm not quite what I was imagining with this but not bad.
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No. 883680 ID: a363ac

guys /quest/ is for quests move to general(/meep/) or actually make a quest
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No. 883681 ID: a363ac

also keep in mind that when you are done with a thread report it complete so it may be archived.
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No. 883689 ID: 41a8d3

Rightio. Contact 2 will be for beta testing quests only.
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No. 883693 ID: 3583d1

Probably best if we move this over to the draw thread.
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