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915048 No. 915048 ID: fc3e27

Main Theme:https://youtu.be/QtX5W7QzHpw

Session Quest. I'll be updating frequently over the next two weeks, if there's interest.
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No. 916103 ID: 080aaf

Okay, we made a statue cry. That's progress.
...Did anything else happen? Is that a smear or a sleeve shadow?
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No. 916104 ID: bddb0f

Nope, it looks like that did the trick.

Check out the crying statue to the right.
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No. 916105 ID: c7f906

Reno get back, the statue is weeping.

What's got Dana shook?
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No. 916106 ID: b1b4f3

>>916101
Statue's eyes lit up. Check it out.
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No. 916107 ID: e63e6d
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916107

>>916106

The statue's started weeping. Only the right statue; the left is still the same.

>>916105
You assume Dana's a little put off by her father's death, which she witnessed about an hour ago.

>>916097
Reno's mother died in childbirth; the identity of Dana's mother has always been cause for rumours, but you find that sort of thing tasteless. She's a good kid, and you love her like a little sister.
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No. 916108 ID: b1b4f3

Poke the eyes?
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No. 916109 ID: c7f906

>>916107
I thought she was staring at something particular, poor kid...

Now try moving the statue.
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No. 916110 ID: a9af05

>>916107
This is when you tell Reno, "I told you so."
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No. 916111 ID: 080aaf

See if its arms move? Man, I hope it wasn't just a distress beacon.
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No. 916112 ID: eeb7d9

Well, it did react when she touch it. I think she is part of the puzzle somehow.
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No. 916116 ID: 094652

Hm. Looks like we're getting somewhere. See if putting Dana's hand on the lake activates the other statue. If not, douse the lights in the room, like the code said.
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No. 916117 ID: e63e6d
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916117

>>916109

You and Thorne try to move the statue. It doesn't budge.
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No. 916119 ID: b1b4f3

>>916117
Hmph. Maybe there's a second step we need to perform? Check the eyes of the statue that isn't crying.
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No. 916120 ID: 094652

>+5 Sexual Tension
Stop that, Eth. There are children present.

Analyze the statue's 'tears'. What color and viscosity?
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No. 916121 ID: e63e6d
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>>916116

Thorne lifts Dana up to the lake. For a brief interval when nobody's touching it, the tears are gone; then they reappear, in exactly the same fashion.

>>916119
You can't reach easily. From what you can tell, there are no eyes; just flat stone, cast in shadow.

>>916120
It's autumn. You're in heat. You can't help it.

The tears are the same colour as the ambient light in the room; they don't seem to be liquid, more like... the darkness around them is shadow, and the tears are just regular light? They certainly don't give off any light of their own.
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No. 916122 ID: 080aaf

Okay, try holding her hand there while we douse the magical ambient lighting.
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No. 916123 ID: b1b4f3

When the eyes are lit up, look where it's looking. There's no other writing on the statues?
What's near the lake? What's the lake's name?
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No. 916124 ID: c7f906

Is that circular bit indicative of anything, like a city? Turn and see what the weeping statue is looking at?
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No. 916125 ID: e63e6d
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>>916123

The eyes are blank. There is no other obvious writing.
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No. 916126 ID: 12b116

What's on the pendant Reno is wearing?
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No. 916127 ID: c7f906

>>916125
What's that just south of the lake?
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No. 916128 ID: e63e6d
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>>916126

A very pretty opal. It doesn't seem relevant here. You admire her excellent taste in jewelry.

>>916127
The Capital, and the Spire, which you're currently in.
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No. 916129 ID: a9af05

Only one statue is doing something because you followed the instructions on that stature.

Try reading the instructions on the other statute to see what the clue is to get it to also do something.
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No. 916130 ID: c7f906

>>916129
I think that was the only statue to have instructions. Maybe try touching the crying face? Only other thing I can think of is if the light doesn't come from the statue, but from somewhere else, you should look for the light source.
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No. 916132 ID: e63e6d
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>>916129

The other statue has no writing!

Reno says that if you're quite done staring at her royal bosom, she's willing to let you prick her finger and try the blood thing. But only if you're sure it'll work, and if you go through with it, you'll owe her one.
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No. 916134 ID: c4c64c

Take the deal, offer suggestive rewards.
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No. 916135 ID: 0c3c2c

>>916101
The statue is weeping.
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No. 916136 ID: 080aaf

Sure, it's just a flesh wound.
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No. 916137 ID: e63e6d
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>>916134

You accept the deal in the most suggestive voice you can manage, and wink at your princess. CRITICAL HIT!

Reno blushes.
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No. 916139 ID: c7f906

Get the smalest sharp thing you can find, like a pin or needle. Even a dagger will probably shed more than you need.
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No. 916141 ID: 0c3c2c

Just have her use her sharp teeth to draw a little blood.
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No. 916143 ID: b1b4f3

Mouths aren't sanitary. Tip of a rapier or other pointy sword should work, so long as it's clean.
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No. 916144 ID: d842f4

>>916143

It's the middle ages, disease is spread through miasma, let the girls have their fun
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No. 916145 ID: 270774

fang prick is obviously the only acceptable way to do this after you led with suggestion. go get em eth
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No. 916146 ID: 91ee5f

>>916137
Are you sure you’re allowed to have sex with your princess?

Unless.....you’ve both done it before? Which would make sense, since you’ve both known each other for years.
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No. 916147 ID: e63e6d
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>>916145

You prick the Crown Princess' index finger in a horrendously lewd manner. Her finger tastes good. Thorne looks on in disapproval. Reno blushes.
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No. 916148 ID: e63e6d
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>>916147

Your heart has grown more PLAYFUL!
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No. 916149 ID: 12b116

wipe it on the lake now
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No. 916150 ID: c7f906

Promice to kiss it better once we're all out of here.
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No. 916152 ID: 556568

Hey, on the plus-side, if you're able to be this frisky then the blood-loss probably isn't too bad.
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No. 916153 ID: e63e6d
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>>916152
Actually, you are feeling pretty lightheaded. It might be more serious than it feels. You promise Reno you'll kiss it better later, which earns you a brief snrk.

>>916149
Reno wipes her thumb on the lake.
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No. 916155 ID: b1b4f3

>>916153
Did anything new happen?
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No. 916156 ID: 91ee5f

>>916147
>Thorne looks on in disapproval.
Hey, you had your chance to do suggestive stuff and you didn’t do it! It’s your own fault that you missed out on a chance to flirt with the princess!

>>916148
Hooray for a stat boost in playful flirting!

>>916153
>Reno wipes her thumb on the lake.
And? Did anything?
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No. 916157 ID: 0c3c2c

>>916153
Dang. I was hoping that would be a secret passage or something. This ancient riddle could have been more helpful.
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No. 916158 ID: c7f906

...What happens if somebody else puts their hands on it?
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No. 916159 ID: e63e6d
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916159

>>916157

The room rumbles.

[ANIMATED]
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No. 916160 ID: e63e6d

>>916159

Thanks for reading the quest so far guys! It's been fun! I'll start a new thread tomorrow. Until then, I'd love to hear feedback at https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/127013.html

Good night!
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No. 916194 ID: 91ee5f

>>916159
And you said that there wasn’t anything behind the map. Looks like you were wrong about that!
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No. 916199 ID: 9c5835

>>916194
more like lying!
how can we trust you again, deer?
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No. 916203 ID: e63e6d

>>916194
Merely depicting what the character sees, babe.

>>916199
Trusting me may have been your first mistake
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