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120031 No. 120031 ID: 65a774

Because the other discussion thread was for Strange bedfellows and was kind of cluttered, I guess?

Either way, feel free to discuss who to eat / fuck / fuck and eat here.

Also, vote for best husbando! (I mean, there’s like only one other girl introduced yet so…)
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No. 123941 ID: eeb7d9

>my computer finally gave up completely and I won’t get a nthe on
It's like an epidemic, you are not the only one.
It has happen the whole year.
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No. 124392 ID: fdfda2

I can't tell if my approach is that of a buzzkill, realist, or both.
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No. 124624 ID: fdfda2

It mildly irks me how much of a hard inversion attraction for Sakkalians is.

Butts 'n' boobs 'n' hips are relevant to mammals 'cause they're all part of storing calories or giving birth or breastfeeding or stuff.
Those're either not relevant or still applicable to females for reptiles.

For generic reptiles, attractive males would probably be fast and colorful; the former because males are generally smaller than females, and thus less tough, and the latter because, much like a peacock's plumage, it actually hampers them; if you can survive with ridiculous colors, you must be a real good pick to mate with.
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No. 124625 ID: eeb7d9

>>124624
Yeah they do seem to have a hard time in those aspects. I should know :V
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No. 124695 ID: daa216

So I've a question. Seeing male and female roles are switched in this universe, does that mean that the bandits we killed earlier would have been like a roving gang of women?
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No. 124697 ID: 91ee5f

>>124695
>does that mean that the bandits we killed earlier would have been like a roving gang of women?
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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No. 124732 ID: eeb7d9

>>124695
Is more that they are different than switched, especially in the case of the Sakkalians, the rest seems pretty much the same. It is like in nature, where the female animals are bigger and, in consecuence the roles are diferent in some cases.
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No. 124782 ID: 65a774

>It’s not that dark, considering we already made that same assumption with Bri before the timeline was rewritten.
So does this mean people will start trying to eat people to make her butt bigger? Hmm…

>For generic reptiles, attractive males would probably be fast and colorful.
Sakkilian females do prefer smaller, more leaner males and there is a reason why their makeup is so colorful, after all. As for the males, larger and muscular females are generally considered better mates, while big, plumps bums are popular as they make laying larger, healthier eggs easier.
>It is like in nature, where the female animals are bigger and, in consequence the roles are different in some cases.
That is the main reasons why their gender identities are so different from ours.

>Does that mean that the bandits we killed earlier would have been like a roving gang of women?
The Sakkilian might have been considered one, maybe, but the Varkian would very much have been a normal, generic male bandit type.
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No. 124783 ID: 91ee5f

>>124782
>So does this mean people will start trying to eat people to make her butt bigger? Hmm…
I’m pretty sure we were already told in quest that wouldn’t work. So, no, we won’t be doing that.
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No. 124837 ID: 602601

Why are you pitting playable characters against each other WTH Kaktus!?
It wasn't cool when "Detroit: become human" did it and it's not cool now.
Now we play her either like she want's to get eaten or sensibly and get her to kill Ema.
NOT cool, Kaktus. not cool.
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No. 124838 ID: eeb7d9

>>124837
AHH but now comes the dilemma of what will happen with our characters, not only Ema but the secondary ones as well!
And since there is a lot of us, not everyone will choose to do the same thing. Who knows, maybe somebody can suggest that certain character should do something that could kill another and some of us could like it. I like it! Lots of opportunities and outcomes.
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No. 124839 ID: 602601

>>124838
Not what I meant. Someone already made the suggestion to have Tana go first, instead of the hired muscle and the moment we see Ema someone's gonna suggest to go reeeeal close to her and jump in her mouth.
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No. 124840 ID: 91ee5f

>>124839
Tana is an asshole, why do you care if something bad happens to her?

Besides, this is most likely one of those situations where whoever goes in first will be eaten before they get a chance to defend themselves.
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No. 124841 ID: eeb7d9

Guess we just have to wait to see what Kaktus has for us.
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No. 124843 ID: ba56e6

>>124837
That you do not like it does not make it a bad storytelling technique.
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No. 124844 ID: 65a774

>Why are you pitting playable characters against each other WTH Kaktus!?
Because it’s fun seeing you guys fight each other interesting to see things from another perspective at times.
>Now we play her either like she wants to get eaten or sensibly and get her to kill Ema.
It’s called roleplaying. Try to make suggestions that she might actually do and… dive into Ema’s maw because why not?
>It wasn't cool when "Detroit: become human" did it and it's not cool now.
You mean it wasn’t cool when Fahrenheit did it (or Indigo prophecy for you Americans out there)?

>AHH but now comes the dilemma of what will happen with our characters, not only Ema but the secondary ones as well!
There is no plot armor in this quest, just so you guys know. Your suggestion might change a lot of things in the end.
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No. 124845 ID: 4f1cbc

>>124837
It's hardly a new thing. There's plenty of examples of times quests have allowed suggesters to influence or control characters who are working at cross purposes.

To quote the old advice page in the wiki:
>In general, /quest/ tries to actively help whoever they're currently suggesting for (even in cases where this character is actively working against the interests of another character they were suggesting for previously).
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No. 124849 ID: eeb7d9

>>124844
Mr Kaktus, you are diabolic.
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No. 124856 ID: 4854ef

It's certainly not the first time Kaktus did this through his quests, though I cannot remember exact details. Relax though, things either work out alright or the world ends through destructive fire.
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No. 124858 ID: eeb7d9

>>124856
Either is fine with me.
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No. 124892 ID: eeb7d9

AH SHIT I DON'T KNOW IF I WANT TO MAKE THEM GO FORWARD OR NOT! Wasn't expecting one of them to acctually be nice!
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No. 124893 ID: daa216

I for one love this sort of story telling. One has to remember that everyone has motives. Few people do things just for the sake of evil. A drug dealer might be pushing to keep their children fed for instance. In the end, our main character is just as an evil being as most of the people we are eating. We just are seeing it through their eyes so we are drawn to them. If this was another story, she would be the enemy. Makes one need to think hard about actions.
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No. 124902 ID: b1b4f3

>>124892
Well I tried to keep her away, and similar suggestions went through just fine, but I guess none of that mattered?
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No. 124925 ID: b1b4f3

Kaktus, when I suggest for someone to do something it's because I want them to do something. Not to take some offhand remark after my actual suggestion and use that to REVERSE MY SUGGESTION. That actually PISSES ME OFF.
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No. 125243 ID: e60f6b

Okay can someone give me a rundown of this quest? Is this fetish fuel? I saw someone get eaten, people's heads were potatoes and meat?

Plot? I am rather confused.
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No. 125244 ID: 91ee5f

>>125243
I suck at explaining plot, so unless someone else wants to explain things to you, then I’d just recommend that you go back and read the previous threads and see for yourself.
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No. 125245 ID: b1b4f3

>>125243
The main character is a "Wraith", a shapeshifting undead creature brought about by a grave injustice. Wraiths are obsessed with bringing justice to the guilty, especially whoever was responsible for the circumstances of their creation/awakening. Wraiths are also tied to a weapon or pair of weapons, in this case a pair of swords. The swords seem to contain some sort of central guiding voice and a ton of hungry souls which sometimes threaten to push the Wraith into eating too much or too soon.
She has an urge to eat sinners, which grows stronger in the presence of those who have deeply sinned, and the hunger grows stronger over time in general to force her to regularly eat sinners. Overeating results in the Wraith growing used to overeating, increasing needs over time. The hunger can be abated somewhat by consuming blood or sexual fluids, without any negative side effects.

Thus, Ema wants to eat bad people and fuck people she doesn't want to eat.
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No. 125247 ID: 05ff2f

>>125245
You got that mostly right. Ema is part of a "Elder Wraith," not a plain Wraith. The Elder Wraith inhabits the ancient, indestructible blades Ema carries and is able to form full bodies itself rather than possessing those that touch the weapon it inhabits.

For the full info, check >>/questarch/869691 and the following few updates for what Oran found on Elder Wraiths and Wraiths.
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No. 125249 ID: 4f1cbc

>>125243
For some definition it is going to be fetish fuel. Kaktus quests do have a habit of turning into sex romps.
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No. 125251 ID: f3ba9e

The masculine/feminine role reversal is getting a bit confusing. Do all races share it? Is Karn a heterosexual transgender, or just the universe equivalent to a tomboy.
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No. 125257 ID: eeb7d9

>>125251
We talked about this around this part >>124624.
Not a tomboy, more like an amazon but reversed, if that makes sense?
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No. 125283 ID: e60f6b

>>125245
>>125247
>>125249
Alright, alright I think I get it. The thing that confuses me the most is the whole, eating someone the same size as you and they just, disappear or something? Their belly do not expand at all, I guess it's not a traditional way of doing things?
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No. 125284 ID: eeb7d9

>>125283
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-Q45kE9Hw8
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No. 125472 ID: cc01a6

Sorry about the accidental double-vote - again, my bad.
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No. 125632 ID: 91ee5f

Am I the only one that thinks Oran is going to end up like Dr. Connors in Spider-Man?

He might end up turning into a monster when he tries to regrow his arm!
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No. 125633 ID: 7e1da4

>>125632
But he's already a reptile.
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No. 125634 ID: 91ee5f

>>125633
That’s not the point.

The point is that Oran could end up turning into some kinda undead monster if he’s not careful!
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No. 125635 ID: b1b4f3

>>125634
That's ridiculous.
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No. 125637 ID: 91ee5f

>>125635
But still possible!
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No. 125640 ID: eeb7d9

>>125634
I bet he would like that.
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No. 125749 ID: 7fafab

wow, what a shameless self-insert on that shelf

smh y'all need some restraint


/s in case it wasn't obvious
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No. 125751 ID: eeb7d9

>>125749
I guess this is a good time and place as any to ask, but how can i "censor" what i write down, with the black bars, i haven't learned that yet.
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No. 125754 ID: afdebc

>>125751
You put the text in spoiler tags, ie "spoiler" "/spoiler", using brackets instead of quotes.

See https://tgchan.org/kusaba/news.php?p=faq for a list of useable tags.
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No. 125756 ID: c0641d

Is anyone else legit concerned about the 7 enemies Ema currently has? I legit can't think of 7, but here's my attempt:

Duchess (fucking duh)
Vamp-Hiver (saw us drag Tana)
Prosti-Food (clearly has irons in the fire that we won't like)
Dick Guardswoman (on the "eat soon" list - because the prostitute suddenly became more urgent, you get to live yet another day)
Tunu(???) (currently friendly, but if she finds out...)
Yate(???) (obtuse as hel and not telling us everything, doubt he's one of the 3 allies)
Madame Whatsherbeak (did some shit, possibly knows what we are, if not who)

... Okay, some of those were last minute, but whatever. I was serious about those question marks; is there anyone I'm missing? I'm thinking the 3 allies might be Oran, Karn, and either Danus or Justinia.
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No. 125759 ID: 4854ef

I'm not legitimately sure the vamp hiver is an enemy.
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No. 125760 ID: eeb7d9

>>125754
Thanks! I take a read later!

>>125756
I don't know about the noble in the sewers, could be, bu Justina is definetly not an ally, not yet at least, Danus on the other hand would be our first ally, hands down.
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No. 125773 ID: 05ff2f

>>125756
>Duchess (fucking duh)
Just to clarify, the super-evil smelling Vark ruler of the city is a baroness, not a duchess.

>Prosti-Food (clearly has irons in the fire that we won't like)
>Dick Guardswoman (on the "eat soon" list - because the prostitute suddenly became more urgent, you get to live yet another day)
My money is on the prostitute planning to or having already sold Ema out to (Dick Guardswoman) Terroza, so if Ema followed through on a meeting with Terroza she'd be walking into a trap and ambushed.

>Yate(???) (obtuse as hel and not telling us everything, doubt he's one of the 3 allies)
I'm on the fence about Yate's position. Like, it gave the herbalist those totems of Past, Present and Future (The "Continuity Brothers" we know from Strange Bedfellows) to protect her, but are they to protect her from those three knowing of her and/or meddling with her, or protect her from those that oppose those three brothers? Is Yate one of their champions, one of their opponents, or a double-crosser one way or another? We have to find out more first.
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No. 125793 ID: 91ee5f

>>125773
>Just to clarify, the super-evil smelling Vark ruler of the city is a baroness, not a duchess.
Correction: The Baroness is a Sakkilian, not a Vark.
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No. 125795 ID: 05ff2f

>>125793
Oh, you're right. Guess I got her mixed up with Vivian?
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No. 125842 ID: 1301e8

>wow, what a shameless self-insert on that shelf…
Hey, don’t get jealous over my OC (do not steal) just because he’s the son / daughter of all the characters and have all the powers!

>Is anyone else legit concerned about the 7 enemies Ema currently has? I legit can't think of 7, but here's my attempt…
You can have enemies you haven’t actually encountered personally, you know.
>I'm thinking the 3 allies might be Oran, Karn, and either Danus or Justinia.
Aren’t at least one of those extremely skeptical of Ema at the moment?

>Oran could end up turning into some kinda undead monster if he’s not careful!
Since when has ever having some amateur scientist worked on something probably illegal and very dangerous ever gone wrong? Especially when he himself is the test subject?
>I bet he would like being an undead.
Only if it’s the sexy kind (like Ema) and not the person eating monstrosity kind (like Ema… wait…)
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No. 125846 ID: eeb7d9

>Only if it’s the sexy kind (like Ema) and not the person eating monstrosity kind (like Ema… wait…)
Get your facts together Kaktus.

So i guess we need to pay more atention to Oran and Kharn. Those two are a dificult bunch eh?
I you ask me, Yate and the herbalist are alies. Yate might hate Ema, But they are still helping her, for now, and for some reason. Danus can't be argued. He is best husbando.
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No. 125853 ID: 8e1ef2

Best husbando died in the prequel.
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No. 125862 ID: eeb7d9

>>125853
You are going to have to remind me who that was, there was a lot of husbando material in there.
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No. 125875 ID: 91ee5f

>>125862
He/she is talking about Tidol, which was this guy: >>/questarch/858773 .
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No. 125885 ID: eeb7d9

>>125875
Ohhhh. Well, i mean, maybe? We didn't get to know him well, the poor bastard.
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No. 126033 ID: 094652

>>/quest/906896
Look, as far as I'm concerned, we dealt with a perceived threat, we chose violent actions to maximize expected success, but most importantly, it's done. I just want to talk about future actions stemming from this.

For me, this isn't about righteousness or justice. It's about making the best out of a bad situation. You're trying to state a finality of the opinions from this encounter, a sort of "absolute" in our justification of what we chose. That's what scares me; by justifying every portion of our actions with a "they deserved it" attitude, we also mask the various aspects of our decision.

You cannot perfectly describe this situation with one "I killed a bad guy" sentence, it was made of different factors and actions:
1) We recognized them as members of the guard, and chose to make them our enemies.
2) We used supernatural powers and physical eavesdropping to confirm their guilt in child murder, with minimal probability of error.
3) We had multiple pacifist options, but we perceived the guards as a threat to the safety of others, including allied forces.
4) We had the option to spare them, but doing so would add complications, the most pressing of which was time.
5) Consuming them would cause personal problems with hunger increase.
Do you doubt my train of thought?

Good, so do I. Trying to tie all of this up with a "my actions were considered good, therefore all of this was good and rational" is something you celebrate at a Deadpool movie, not real life.
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No. 126040 ID: 787c3d

>>126033
You are right, if we are concern with morality painting the problem in black and white is too simplistic. I wouldn't approve this line of reasoning in the real world mostly because of the lack of Ema's supernatural moral detection.
Of course, the biggest problem with "I killed a bad guy" sentence isn't that it can't be correct, but we can't trust it to be true coming from others. Since in this case Ema would be justify her actions to herself I don't see the problem. But, if we ever try to explain to others better to stick to the facts.

Ultimately the problem isn't about interpret her actions as necessarily good, but taking responsibility for what could be though as collateral damage. Ema isn't good, she is a morally dubious monster, and her purpose is to punish the guilt, not be the hero.
It's possible that the consequences of killing murderous oppressive guards is ultimately bad because there could be other threats that justify a tyrannical regime. That doesn't matter to Ema, because her goal is to dispense justice, severe punishment for severe crimes.

Maybe a confrontation with the kid could be interesting to the story, but it's not beneficial to Ema nor to the boy, so why would Ema seek this encounter? As fas as I'm concerns she should try her best to avoid such confrontation and only face it if led by events outside her control.
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No. 126046 ID: eeb7d9

>>126033
>>126040
So there is a decision to make about the child? This will not only make changes in the world around Ema, but probalby within Ema herself. We can influence this aspect of "monster that just enacts justice" or "someone that tries to make the right thing". I think it is an interesting view that we should keep in consideretion, for the roleplaying aspect of the story.
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No. 126057 ID: 2202fb

I have some society questions.
So do Sakkilian males have what we would consider feminine voices, and females masculine?

Is human masculinity and femininity the same as how we know it?

Which gender is dominant for Varkians? Most birds have dominant males, but the Varkians seen so far seem to indicate otherwise (or they could either just be into that or it could be a case of when in rome do as the romans do). Was Vivian really a peacock? She seemed more like a bluejay and female peacocks are usually brown.

From what I have gathered, Serpens male and females are both submissive and the third sex is the dominant one (and has a hood), is this correct?
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No. 126059 ID: 2202fb

>>126057
Hang on, the Vivian thing makes sense if she was born male and had a sex change rather than being born as a female with a penis.
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No. 126060 ID: 2202fb

>>126057
discover's author's other quests

ohhhkay, i think i am starting to get it now. You can just ignore me.
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No. 126069 ID: eeb7d9

>>126060
Quite the cultural shock eh?
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No. 126070 ID: 2202fb

>>126069
Not really. I mean, i am still reading, but it does confirm that Varkians have similar masculine/feminine ideas as humans do.
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No. 126183 ID: 2202fb

Is Will We Dream dead?
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No. 126189 ID: 1301e8

>So do Sakkilian males have what we would consider feminine voices, and females masculine?
Sakkilian voices are rather similar to human ones, not counting that females usually have a bit deeper voices thanks to their size, though preferences are rather different. Females usually prefer males with lighter, softer voices while males prefer females with deeper voices.
>Is human masculinity and femininity the same as how we know it?
Human centric societies are generally more male dominant, though the constant exposure to the other species cultures does change things, both ways.

>Which gender is dominant for Varkians?
Neither, for the most part. They do easily change depending on outside factors, which is why they are more female dominant in a Sakkilian society as seen in Feast of Souls.
>Was Vivian really a peacock?
Vivi was blue with green tail feathers. Make of it what you will, but Varkian aren’t exactly like other species of birds, are they?
>Hang on, the Vivian thing makes sense if she was born male and had a sex change rather than being born as a female with a penis.
Vivian was born male in a female centric society, in a rather well off family that really wanted a daughter. Her parents tried to remedy this fact with magic and a strict upbringing, which left Vivi less than… well afterwards.

>From what I have gathered, Serpens male and females are both submissive and the third sex is the dominant one (and has a hood), is this correct?
While the third sex, Ovales, are generally a bit bigger than the others, Serpents generally value skill and expertise above things like looks and size. That’s why Tunu is attracted to Oran and is willing to look past his awkwardness and lack of arm, as someone with his kind of education and mind is very attractive to someone that lack one like her.

In fact, Tunu does kind of desire for Oran to be the more dominant one in the relationship, as she sees him as someone above her, but as Oran hasn’t had a lot of exposure to Serpents culture and norms (or any other norms about romance), he is a bit lost on what to do.
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No. 126199 ID: eeb7d9

Kaktus, I haven't said this before, but i just want you to know that i love the universes that you create, at least the ones i have been following. They are so alive, so well thought. I am having a blast with this quest!
Just wanted to let you know.
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No. 126357 ID: a9af05

Hey, Kaktus, considering how the quest is starting to look like the military is redacting their secrets, I think it might be best if from now on we stay in control of Ema instead of switching to the person we want her to eat. That'll help cut down on the people purposefully sabatoging the quest.

I mean, it was an interesting mechanic when it first showed up with Tunu, but now it's getting really annoying with Terroza.

But if you really want to keep switching away from Ema, then it might be better to switch to someone that could help Ema eat whoever she's targeting.
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No. 126358 ID: b1b4f3

Either that, or keep these swaps short? Like, okay, seeing through the prey's eyes as they inevitably get eaten is fun for a while but the longer we stay with them the more people are going to either get bored or frustrated due to the prey not being dead yet and thus our suggestions being mostly pointless. I mean the only thing we seem to be accomplishing right now is inflicting temporary harm on the birdbrain or the glutton.
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No. 126460 ID: b0eafe

>>126357 >>126358
Yeah, I'm in favor of these.
The swaps can be fun, but when it's someone we're about to eat, it doesn't feel like it's doing much other than wasting time.
Playing as Drago or Oran is fine, but Soul-Vore Victim #23 tends to be rather boring because we know exactly what's gonna happen in a moment.
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No. 126461 ID: eeb7d9

>That'll help cut down on the people purposefully sabatoging the quest.
I personally don't see it as "sabotaging", but i do have to agree, it is getting kind of tedious, all this arguing. Making the swap of characters shorter might help. We obviously can't agree on how to interact with the antagonists.
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No. 126536 ID: 79eaac

Does Kaktus is died?
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No. 126537 ID: 91ee5f

>>126536
No, just this quest.

Kaktus is currently working on a different quest called “New Horizon”. That’s what you should look at if you want a Kaktus quest.
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No. 126541 ID: eeb7d9

>>126537
Wait, is it really dead or just on hiatus?
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No. 126542 ID: 91ee5f

>>126541
I’m pretty sure it is.
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No. 126543 ID: 4854ef

Hiatus, he's got about three stories he's currently working on, and he tends to rotate between them every so often.
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No. 126545 ID: 91ee5f

>>126543
He’s only got 2 quests now. I’m pretty sure he dropped this quest because of how toxic everyone’s arguing got.

And I’m not sure about what >>126357 was saying, about some people purposefully sabotaging the quest, but it kinda looked like that was what was happening.
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No. 126548 ID: 17c2ee

Don't put too much stock in anything 91ee5f says. I'd recommend at least waiting for a definitive statement from actual Kaktus.
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No. 126549 ID: eeb7d9

Oh man, i sure hope not. I was really getting into this story. Guess i am going to have to see that other one. I'll be late, but whatever.
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No. 126550 ID: 1301e8

Feast of souls is on a small break because I needed some rest from it, mostly because things kind of got into a rut and it started dragging a bunch. (There might also have been a bunch of university stuff popping up in real life as well).

I have started working a bit on an update, but I’m currently focusing on New Horizon at the moment, so we’ll just see when I get the time / desire to actually finish it.
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No. 126551 ID: 91ee5f

>>126550
I’m glad to hear that you haven’t given up on Feast of Souls and I look forward to what you come up with next.
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No. 126553 ID: eeb7d9

>>126550
Oof, that is a relief. Keep up the good work Kaktus!
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No. 126557 ID: 7fafab

>>126550
Alrighty, good to hear.
Might wanna mention that arguments are more for disthread than the quest itself in your next quest post.
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No. 128432 ID: b1b4f3

Kaktus, is there any real logic behind when Ema gets too hungry? It seems arbitrary and unpredictable. Nothing we've done has worked to manage it.
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No. 128437 ID: 094652

Question: why aren't the swords directing Ema towards older and weaker sinners more often? Everyone she has eaten so far has been relatively young and hip.
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No. 128497 ID: 79eaac

>>128437
Too easy, and not fun to fuck.
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No. 128653 ID: 1301e8

>Kaktus, is there any real logic behind when Ema gets too hungry? It seems arbitrary and unpredictable.
The three major factors are time, power usage and sheer gluttony.
She will get hungrier over time, which is pretty obvious, but she will also need to feed more often the more she uses her powers, so things like regrowing limbs will pretty much starve her.
She will also react to the presence of really evil people, as her body really wants to enact Justice upon them and thus it makes itself hungry to force her to feed.

>Question: why aren't the swords directing Ema towards older and weaker sinners more often? Everyone she has eaten so far has been relatively young and hip.
The only one the sword is directing her towards is whoever is responsible for the slaughter of her village. As for old, evil people, they are generally people with power and not some thug running around in the street, thus making them harder targets to find. Heck, the baroness is supposed to be someone that’s beyond their middle age.
>Too easy, and not fun to fuck.
Also, that.
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No. 128899 ID: daa216

Anyone else getting an error with the latest image?
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No. 128904 ID: 91ee5f

>>128899
I’m pretty sure that’s Kaktus’ April Fool’s joke. There isn’t an image or any text behind the spoilers.
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No. 129366 ID: 133ec1

I'm somewhat off put by Athena's looks.
I get she's a weird hybrid, but everyone knows that bird + lizard = velociraptor, not "normal lizard with feathers".

smh my head, Kaktus.
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No. 129578 ID: 58b4f3

Hey, Kaktus, I enjoy your quests, but lately it feels like you're needlessly slowing things down for some reason.

Because it feels like everytime we want to do something, we're always interrupted by 9 or 10 different things all at the exact same time before we get a chance to do the 1 thing we wanted to do. Couldn't you just let us do something without any complications for once?

Like what's happening right now. All we had to do was go into Tertian's house, grab what we needed, and get out. Then we got interrupted by the bug on a drug. Now I'm just waiting for the other 8 or 9 interruptions before we can finally get what we want and leave. And then get some more interruptions before we finally get to sleep.
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No. 129590 ID: a9af05

>>129578
Now that you mention it, that does seem to happen a bit too much. But not to the amounts you're talking about.
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No. 129623 ID: 094652

Needs more foodstuff mugs. I suggest you trace over some food porn.

... Maybe not literally. Maybe.
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No. 129630 ID: 9857f6

>>129623
Foodporn is the only thing that turns me on.
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No. 129643 ID: 1301e8

>Hey, Kaktus, I enjoy your quests, but lately it feels like you're needlessly slowing things down for some reason.
The main reason is probably because of my awful posting schedule recently. When everything takes something like three days to even start to resolve then even small discretions gets cumbersome. That and the bad schedule make me come up with too much unnecessary crap between updates. I hope I’ll get some motivation back and start updating more regular in the future.

>I'm somewhat off put by Athena's looks. I get she's a weird hybrid, but everyone knows that bird + lizard = velociraptor, not "normal lizard with feathers".
Personally, I’m not too happy with her either. The main problem is that she’s supposed to look like Xuv, but her design doesn’t work as well without the skull. I’ve think I’ve said it before, but she might get a design overhaul in the future if she gets a bigger role in the quest.

>Needs more foodstuff mugs. I suggest you trace over some food porn.
I might just make a few more food mugs in the future, just to enable multiple unnamed enemies in one conversation. Maybe one for each species? Hmm…
>Foodporn is the only thing that turns me on.
Foodporn really heats up my… oven… because I get hungry. But you do you.
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No. 129650 ID: 7fafab

>>129643
>Athena stuff
Neat, good to know.
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No. 129655 ID: eeb7d9

>Athena stuff
Nice, I wouldn't mind a magic change at all.
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No. 129660 ID: b1b4f3

I think she'd look better with horns.
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No. 129661 ID: eeb7d9

>>129660
Horns are hot!
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No. 129663 ID: 7fafab

>>129661
I do not see why she would have horns.

Clearly, she should be an avian dinosaur of some sort.
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No. 129979 ID: 7fafab

Where, oh where, has our Kaktus gone?
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