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80766 No. 80766 ID: 7e0def

Take back the board from the fluffy space rabbit menace.

MOD EDIT: As an experiment, the neumono and all Lagotrope quests will have their own ITQ thread. Depending on how this plays out, either this will continue or both threads will merge back together in ITQ 11.

Behind The Ears (Lago Specific)
>>49496


Previous ITQ threads, newest to oldest:
>>76582
>>68983
>>50332
>>343117
>>338649
>>327658
>>319591
>>313335
>>1754
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No. 93640 ID: 974a10

>>93632
On that same token, what ARE spirits? Are they ancestors or nature gods or what?
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No. 93678 ID: a82597
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93678

>God damn does Tayza have no interest other Lians? I mean in almost every quest we hear/see how she porked a Tezakia.
Male lians get all upset and emasculated when a female tries to assert her dominance. Not that it stops Tayza, of course, but their whining gets annoying.

Tezakian males, however, seem rather receptive to the idea.

Also they tend to be better equipped.
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No. 93679 ID: 9ddf68

>>93678
huh and here I was thinking she had a fetish or something

...uh, I mean, Hey Amiel how do you like your new powers/look compared to last time when you got stuck with magic Johnson? Also I would have thought that since you went with the power aspect when you chose your new power last time it would have gave you really strong powers but shitty control, not the other way around.
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No. 93680 ID: e114bc

>>93679
IIRC she didn't choose Power Strength or uh whatever the third one was. Agility?
She chose FRIENDSHIP. Basically committing to that she only wanted to be a majibeast for the longevity.
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No. 93682 ID: 9ddf68

>>93680
power, strength, and swiftness.

After rereading the first slumber party I understand it a bit better now. I thought the three choices where speed, strength, and heart/love/mind/something like that. I remembered her go with power but forgot strength was one of the choices so figured she went down the same route Tayza did.

So in short, never mind I understand now.
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No. 93710 ID: a82597
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93710

>fetish
!

Of- Of course not!

I-- We-- Kijaara take a lot to sate, and there's no point in being annoyed in the meantime. That's all.

Birds are just better suited for, uh, stress relief.

They're still gross.
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No. 93713 ID: a82597
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93713

>Majicka choices
Well, I did originally focus on friendship, or something along those lines. I wanted a form that wouldn't endanger what I had, and the result was a bit um... weaker than I would normally have gone for.

Tayza reminded me that Majicka tends to work in phases, and with hard work and her as my trainer, I would be able to toughen way the hell up.

I had to think on it-- I used to work out for selfish reasons and didn't want to repeat my past mistakes.

I still remember when Magic Johnson (named after a popular Lian athlete, of course) force-fed me power, and I learned the hard way what kind of person I had become.

But it's different now. Dilia was cur-- she lost her majicka. She's a normal, business focused Diuban. She can't fight anymore. Sekani has majicka and is fast as hell, but if you do manage to hit him he's pretty much down and out in one shot.

I took Tayza's Terrible Trial for their sake, and it feels different this time. I don't care how others see me anymore-- I just want my babies to feel safe and content. I chose love, and earned power.


Being sexy is a nice side-effect, though.
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No. 93721 ID: c26e88

>>93713
>I just want my babies to feel safe and content.

So this means you and Sekani are planning on having magic hybrid monster kids, right? How do you foresee that going?
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No. 93728 ID: 91ee5f

>>93713
Last time when you were turned into a majibeast by Magic Johnson, you couldn't speak with your mouth correctly. Would you say that your new majibeast form is a major improvement for talking with your mouth? Also, can you name any other improvements your new majibeast form has compared to your old majibeast form?

And you want your babies to feel safe and content? Does that mean that right now your.....pregnant?

>>93710
Quit trying to deny it Tayza! You like them because they're extremely soft and poofy, don't you? In fact, I'm sure you would be going after Sekani also, if you weren't afraid of both Dilia and Amiel kicking your ass for trying! XD
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No. 93729 ID: 942ea8

>>93721
Weren't there some eggs laying at the front door at some point?
My memory is a bit fuzzy without looking it up, but I feel like remembering we kept one or two...
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No. 93733 ID: f67386

how many quest characters here are bad enough to save the president?
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No. 93741 ID: 9fe7e1
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93741

>>93733
I'm not saying much buuuut knife wielding man skilled in infiltration and his cool friend who have over two decades of retro gaming knowledge between them.... Pretty sure we could save the president from most threats. If we get out of this shit okay, we might go and become mercenaries or something.
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No. 93743 ID: 15fae4
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93743

>>93733

Rendamel doesn't know what a 'president' is, but she's definitely a bad enough Kobold to rescue the Elder.
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No. 93748 ID: 5a02f7

Any and all: what's in your pockets right now? Alternatively, do you have any items you keep with you at all times?
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No. 93749 ID: 0fc976

Deem: You're very good at emoting through your golem body. How did you express emotions as a dungeon heart?
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No. 93751 ID: a82597
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93751

>Quit trying to deny it Tayza! You like them because they're extremely soft and poofy, don't you? In fact, I'm sure you would be going after Sekani also, if you weren't afraid of both Dilia and Amiel kicking your ass for trying! XD
HBLRGBHRBBRGBRBBRBRBbrbrgb

"Yeah well, I wouldn't do you either! doesn't even buy a bird dinner mumble grumble..."
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No. 93753 ID: a82597
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93753

>And you want your babies to feel safe and content? Does that mean that right now your.....pregnant?
"YEAH LET'S MAKE BABIES WE NEED MORE SEKANI JUNIORS"

Mercy of Lisandi look what you've done. You got him all riled up. I sometimes call Sekani and Dilia my babies, and to be fair they sure act like it sometimes.

>So this means you and Sekani are planning on having magic hybrid monster kids, right? How do you foresee that going?
Normally two different species can't have babies, but I remember someone saying we can use majicka to fudge biology. But we're all too busy to think about children right now, what with the war and all.

"BUT WE WILL WHEN IT'S PEACE TIME RIGHT"

"We'll see."

>>93729
The remaining eggs have been cryogenically frozen, since we're not sure what to do with them.

>Last time when you were turned into a majibeast by Magic Johnson, you couldn't speak with your mouth correctly. Would you say that your new majibeast form is a major improvement for talking with your mouth? Also, can you name any other improvements your new majibeast form has compared to your old majibeast form?
I can speak properly now, yes. I don't really like thinking about that other time...
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No. 93755 ID: 0f64b5

sev-three and anthropomorphized tiger claw, how hot does your romance burn while out together stabbin feebs?
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No. 93762 ID: 91ee5f

>>93753
>Mercy of Lisandi look what you've done. You got him all riled up.

ME?!?! That was all your fault! That's what you get for not choosing your words carefully when you speak!

Also, I've heard of some sort of incident called "The Day of The Great Time-out". Were you there when that happened? If so, did Dilia put you in time-out also? If you weren't there, then where were you and what were you doing?
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No. 93767 ID: 2a7417

Mal (from Adventures in Tyson): What's your favorite holiday?
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No. 93768 ID: 2eeb65

>>93753
Amiel, what do you find the most sexy about Sekani? And Dilia
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No. 93771 ID: ea0ad9

>>93767
What holidays do they even have?
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No. 93792 ID: 91ee5f

>>93751
Tayza, you fool! You just hurt Sekani's feelings! Don't you know what happens to people who hurt his feelings? They get their ass kicked by Amiel and Dilia! Sooo, yeah.....sucks to be you, your getting your ass kicked! XD
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No. 93947 ID: 395c02
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93947

>Also, I've heard of some sort of incident called "The Day of The Great Time-out". Were you there when that happened? If so, did Dilia put you in time-out also? If you weren't there, then where were you and what were you doing?
The Great Time-out was horrible! We had to write reports on what we did wrong and how we'd do better next time, and we had to fill five pages!

Tayza was the bravest of us, choosing to stand up to this tyranny, but the look Dilia gave that day...

All the majicka in the world wouldn't have saved us.
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No. 93948 ID: 395c02
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93948

>>93792
'Kay. I guess if I held back they'd last long enough for a big sexy fight. Maybe once I get tired of letting the Neumono have all the fun... but that's beyond the scope of this question and answer period.

>Amiel, what do you find the most sexy about Sekani? And Dilia
Probably dilia's big tits and Sekani's whimpy sub-ness.

"They were asking me that question!!"

"Am I wrong?"

"T-There's more to it than that..."

Mmhmm.
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No. 93954 ID: 91ee5f

>>93948
Ok, that's not what I expected to happen. Now to say a few things to all 3 of you lovely ladys! And then something for Sekani.

To Tayza: You do realize that even if you're not holding back and you win the sexy fight, Dilia's still going to put you in time-out and make you write a 5 page report on why hurting Sekani's feelings is wrong and how you'll do better next time, right? I'm amazed you're still within arms reach of her instead of trying to run and hide with your tail literally between your legs!

To Dilia: Why are you not using your "Fear Stare" on her? Im sure she'll be so scared that she'll stop trying to resist you and Amiel! She might even pee herself if you scare her bad enough! Just like Sekani! XD

To Amiel: Are you so used to not having powers that you've forgotten that you have them now? Use your ice to freeze Tayza in place so that she can't fight back!

To Sekani: The two women you love are working together to stop the one woman who torments you! Do you have a good seat to watch the action? It's like a movie, you need popcorn to eat while you watch! Speaking of popcorn, have you ever tried holding the popcorn bag in your hands and warming it up like that? Much easier than a microwave! XD
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No. 94019 ID: defceb
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94019

>>93748

“Some dust, that bag of grain from the merchant. A little lint, I guess.”

“I do not have [pockets], nor am I capable of carrying things.”

>>93733

“I don’t know, Sydney?”

“You would have to be at least [5 Ninjas] worth of bad dude to be able to save a president.”

“Well ninjas are extinct and I’m not so I guess I am.”

“Perhaps that’s what the ninjas want you to think.”
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No. 94041 ID: d4a543

>>94019
Pretty sure the Inverse Ninja Law means that five would have to be an upper bound, so we're fine there. Also, in terms of ancient secret asian martial arts traditions, Sun Tzu's Art of War is apparently billions of years old and has somehow been excised from the cultural memory of an entire solar system. That's hard to beat.
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No. 94219 ID: ab7529

Dear daughter of the late Chef Taylor:

What did the last letter you sent your father say?
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No. 94220 ID: defceb
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94220

>>94219
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No. 94237 ID: e114bc

Shopkeep from Nanogoo: what's it like dating a nanoswarm goo-girl?
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No. 94238 ID: 2a7417

Son, what exactly are you spending your allowance on?
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No. 94239 ID: ab7529

>>94237
And are your boobs just filled with nanogoo now or what.

What was it like watching the goo eat whatshisname. Have you talked about if you're going to let yourself be eaten by the goo and/or your boobs.
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No. 94244 ID: 3bc92d

To the nanogoo formerly known as Son:

How are you holding up, champ? How's life as immortal nanomachine girl? What happened to the original nanogoo girl?
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No. 94260 ID: 8177e7
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94260

>To the nanogoo formerly known as Son:
"HelLo, it's mE!"

>How are you holding up, champ? How's life as immortal nanomachine girl? What happened to the original nanogoo girl?
"i-i-iT's me! ImMortality hasn't r-really been tesTEd yet! I aM FEeling finE."

>Son, what exactly are you spending your allowance on?
"I-I'm a bi-biBIT oLlld to stilL be getting an alLOwance. I am zerotwenTY One. I s-peNT most of my spaRE cash on those cheap eLECtronNnics for m-myself. i Spent thE rest on somE SCreeEews. I-i have diScooOovered I like the self tapPIng ones bessSst."

"You suuuuuure that's your favourite kind of screw?"

"A gentLEmanNn nevER Tells."

"You're hardly a gentleman. Where's your top hat and cape, huh?"

"AnD HEre I thought YOu'd say CAne."

"Hah, you said it, not me! Anyway, laying your cape across a puddle so the lady may safely walk across it; that's the far more gentlemanly thing to do than swinging a cane around!"

"I ammM a pudDle. I do HOpe you're noT i-i-inTENding to walk alLll over mE!"

"I am literally wearing the pants in this relationship."

"If it boTHers yoU That much, I could p-p-PUt on soME pants."

"Oh no you don't!"

>Shopkeep from Nanogoo: what's it like dating a nanoswarm goo-girl?
"Oh you know. Pretty much how you'd expect it to be."

>And are your boobs just filled with nanogoo now or what.
"What're you saying? You implying a pure and delicate maiden such as myself would let herself get pumped full of goo by someone she's just only met? Shame on you! Shame!"

>Have you talked about if you're going to let yourself be eaten by the goo and/or your boobs.
"Nah, I'm cool with superpowers for now."

"You're calLiNG Those superPOoOwers?"

"Hell yes."

>What was it like watching the goo eat whatshisname.
"Somewhere between seeing a moth come out of a cocoon in reverse and watching grass grow. It took a while. Hey, did it hurt?"

"I h-have no MeMORy of it h-h-hurting."
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No. 94264 ID: 6cf506
94264

>>94260
(To googirl) How do you keep your gooie mass down from all the screws?

(To shopkeep) Any aditional "super powers" you have in mind? Also whats it like to share a bed with googirl?
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No. 94265 ID: 2a7417

Deneb, why do you tell 73-6-2 bedtime stories? He's a grown ass-man.
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No. 94266 ID: 715feb

To googirl formerly known as Son, Shopgirl too for that matter: Can we please get your names? And additionally, how long do you think it will take for your voice to stabilize?
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No. 94267 ID: 9ddf68

>>94260
so is the original goo girl still in there or is only Son left in there? Oh and if both minds are still present how do both of them feel about how things turned out?
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No. 94269 ID: b5f4cb

>>94264

Speaking of being in bed, is there anything you do together in it? Goo girls are pretty nice in bed, I hear. ;D

On another note, have you tested any powers of being a nanomachine goo girl?
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No. 94271 ID: ab7529

Still working on that speech function, I see.

>What're you saying? You implying a pure and delicate maiden such as myself would let herself get pumped full of goo by someone she's just only met? Shame on you! Shame!
Yes, I am saying that.

I was just curious if it was goo balloon pumping, or if the nanos can stimulate normal growth or manage live flesh restructuring / construction.

If they are full of goo, I wonder what other practical utility that has. Turn on the heaters for boob warmers in the winter, no need to carry around a phone to access a stored music collection (although how / where you connect the headphones might be funny), and possibly self supporting.

Getting through airport security might be pretty funny now, though.
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No. 94308 ID: a107fd

>>94265
Really? I thought 73-6's oldest memories only went back like four years.
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No. 94316 ID: ad7bba

>>94260
Hey NanoSon, can you only speak weird like that, or does Shopgirl just find it a turn-on?
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No. 94439 ID: 715feb

To Shopgirl: Did you get the matching spine reinforcement to go with the enlarged mammaries? I'd hate to see your experience with them be ruined by back pain.
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No. 94468 ID: 4b93df
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94468

>To googirl formerly known as Son, Shopgirl too for that matter: Can we please get your names?
"Oh yeah, he was Richard 'Sausage' Banger."

"w-What wouLD that maKe you? Melanie 'HootEr' PilLows?"

>And additionally, how long do you think it will take for your voice to stabilize?
"WelLLl, practice makes perfect."

>Hey NanoSon, can you only speak weird like that, or does Shopgirl just find it a turn-on?
"You gotta admit, that malfunctioning synth orchestra effect is pretty cute. Seriously, never stop."

>(To googirl) How do you keep your gooie mass down from all the screws?
"I don'T."

"Don't tell me we're going to have to put you on a diet."

"Oh deAr."

>So is the original goo girl still in there or is only Son left in there? Oh and if both minds are still present how do both of them feel about how things turned out?
"ConvergeNce. Everything worked out fIiine."

>Speaking of being in bed, is there anything you do together in it? Goo girls are pretty nice in bed, I hear. ;D
"Well duh. Pillow fights, talking about cute boys, sleeping..."

"SometImes we even h-h-hold hAnds."

"Woah, I'm not going to stand for that kind of smut."

>To Shopgirl: Did you get the matching spine reinforcement to go with the enlarged mammaries? I'd hate to see your experience with them be ruined by back pain.
"No pain, no gain."

"She diiiIDd."

"Hey!"

>I was just curious if it was goo balloon pumping, or if the nanos can stimulate normal growth or manage live flesh restructuring / construction.
"I honestly did not think to ask. It was nanoamachines so it was magic."

>(To shopkeep) Any additional "super powers" you have in mind?
"Oh just grabbed the basic package for now. Strongs and some toughening up. I'll see if I think of something else."

>If they are full of goo, I wonder what other practical utility that has. Turn on the heaters for boob warmers in the winter, no need to carry around a phone to access a stored music collection (although how / where you connect the headphones might be funny), and possibly self supporting.
"Wait, is musical knockers a thing that can happen? That."

>Getting through airport security might be pretty funny now, though.
"Eh, not a huge problem since they grounded all the flights."

>On another note, have you tested any powers of being a nanomachine goo girl?
"Not a wholE llLot, I've bEen busy."
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No. 94477 ID: e114bc

>>94468
Grounded all the flights? Is it just because of [default] specifically or are there other nanoswarms causing problems?
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No. 94479 ID: 0fc976

>>94477
In a world where nanite swarms are purchasable by mail-order, I doubt one whose casualties number two action figures, a house's worth of screws and a user manual even registers.
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No. 94480 ID: a107fd

>"Eh, not a huge problem since they grounded all the flights."

What, permanently? Some sort of summary of the larger geopolitical situation might be helpful.
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No. 94593 ID: 91ee5f

>>94480
It was snowing during the quest. I think they're in the middle of winter. Or they live somewhere it snows all the time, it's just snowing more than usual.
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No. 94608 ID: 2a7417

Was 90-2 a field agent back when she was 90-1? What ended her first post-mortem career?
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No. 94668 ID: b19c9a

A question for Penn, sent by letter:
Did you have a bad experience with a guy and because of that you're a lesbo, or is it something else?
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No. 94670 ID: f68a09
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94670

>>94668
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No. 94671 ID: 0fc976

Pen, spicy foods or sweet foods? Which is better?
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No. 94672 ID: f68a09
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94672

>>94608
A bullet to the head. The usual.

It scrambled up some parts that helped me out in the field. I can't aim well and my right hand doesn't do what I want it to do all the time. I was going to be droned, but Monica got me reassigned to tech instead. I've always been good at it. I rewired myself to be left-hand dominant.

I sometimes wish I'd been reassigned to some kind of fashion department instead.
Or that I could be allowed to wear anything except for a black trench coat every day.
There is a compartment near my stomach that I have hidden a fashion magazine in. It's six years out of date. I've read it over a thousand times cover to cover.
When I'm putting upgrades in agents I sometimes like to pretend I'm a high-powered designer, putting a piece together from nothing but chiffon and my imagination. Something slinky I could model myself that would match my eyes. Which wouldn't be orange.

This doesn't have much in common with stabbing a needle into a necrotic murder-arm but I can pretend.
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No. 94673 ID: f68a09
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94673

>>94671
Caliente, por supuesto.
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No. 94674 ID: 57dfcc

>wishes she could wear something else
>wishes she do tech and/or fashion stuff outside what the bureau tells her to do
>would be a drone if not for Monica
>we could have had our own tech designing custom gear and mods
>we never considered letting her in the conspiracy once
So... how mad are you that you were left completely out of the whole rebelling and running away from the bureau thing? Or how mad will you be when you find out.
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No. 94692 ID: a107fd

Wrong question.
>>94672
What risks would you take, what would you sacrifice, in order to personally craft a star DJ's next stage outfit? Would you chug illegal shell upgrades like cheap beer and tell malicious lies to the CEO's right-hand man? If so, wire 73-6 and ask about delicious alms. He'll know what it means.
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No. 94762 ID: 2a7417

So, uhh, Sev. Your girlfriend is a robot. But your body is a giant magnet.
How is that going to work in close quarters.
What if you two get, um, stuck.
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No. 94860 ID: 8377cc

Manewis: where is your "brain?" Do you have a drive that saves all your memories and personality, or something else?
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No. 94946 ID: 149da0

Monica and Dubs:

We know what Sara and Sev and Penny and Keesh were up to. How was your night at the romantic Dartline Hotel?
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No. 94959 ID: 1d55f0

dartline: how do you feel about everyone boning at your place?
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No. 95028 ID: dbe6cb

To all quest characters: Selecting from all other /quest/ characters who we've met and know the names of, who is in your Top 5 Hottest (gender of choice) list, and in what order?
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No. 95030 ID: 3bc92d
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95030

>To all quest characters: Selecting from all other /quest/ characters who we've met and know the names of, who is in your Top 5 Hottest (gender of choice) list, and in what order?

1. Pendelion Augustus Wormwood (The Metamyriad)
2. Pendelion Augustus Wormwood (The Metamyriad)
3. Pendelion Augustus Wormwood (The Metamyriad)
4. Pendelion Augustus Wormwood (The Metamyriad)
5. Pendelion Augustus Wormwood (The Metamyriad)
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No. 95121 ID: 42ee36
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95121

>Grounded all the flights? Is it just because of [default] specifically or are there other nanoswarms causing problems?
>What, permanently? Some sort of summary of the larger geopolitical situation might be helpful.
>It was snowing during the quest. I think they're in the middle of winter. Or they live somewhere it snows all the time, it's just snowing more than usual.
"What? Don't be stupid. It was just something about an atmosphere adjustment didn't work out."

"p-Particulates in The atmospheeeRRre and a s-s-suPEr-storm cell in the Pacific, I tTHInk the news saiD."

"It's been a weird summer anyway."

"So c-cold. HaVE t-t-to find ways to stay wWAarm."

"Don't go hogging my body heat."

"You've got a s-s-sURplus. You've gone outside iN short sleEeves in this."
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No. 95754 ID: e64cdf

>>85191
>>85237
These because they were missed/ignored
To all comers: You now have a giant laser chainsaw warhammer! How do you use it?
And whats the worst mistake or decision you have ever made?

Tory have you ever made/considered making a device that could colapse or extinguwish a sun?
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No. 95755 ID: e64cdf

I forgot that it is a Nuclear Powered Giant Laser Rocket Chainsaw Warhammer AxeGun
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No. 95772 ID: 0fc976

To the melee fighters out there: What's the reason behind your weapon of choice? Why do you think it's better than another quest character's weapons? Heck, gun- and spell-slingers can chime in too.
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No. 95801 ID: 91ee5f

To any and/or all quest characters who want to answer these 3 questions:

1. If you could be a character from an anime, which character would you be?

2. What anime is the character from?

3. Why that character?

Bonus points if you dress up as the character you want to be (it is almost Halloween after all)! XD
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No. 95837 ID: 0fc976

To Merud: Why didn't you participate in the Wild Wizard Tournament for ultimate power? Surely Golemancy is as legitimate a school as Clownomancy?
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No. 95838 ID: 12b273

To anyone: would you be willing to let disembodied ghosts borrow your body for a while. What, if anything, would you ask in return.
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No. 95839 ID: 1f8505
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>>95838

"Tee hee hee."
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No. 95945 ID: cee89f

You're now a Heroic Spirit from Fate Stay Night.

What is your class and why?
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No. 95947 ID: cee89f

>>95945
Also, what's your noble phantasm?
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No. 96173 ID: 763a04
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96173

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No. 96174 ID: 763a04
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96174

Ah! Paperatzzi! Allow a being of extensive experience and no renoun explain these complex geo-dimensional matters that you likely no longer care about!

>Would you be willing to let disembodied ghosts possess your body for a while? What, if anything would you ask in return?

First off, it should be enunciated that the word ghost is extremely offensive. Claiming that a being, just because they no longer have their typical body, is somehow something different is like cutting off a persons legs and claiming that they are no longer human as a result. There's not much difference at all (heck a ghost is, no matter what they say and believe, STILL ALIVE, capable of sentient thought, obeying some of the laws of physics, interacting with objects, and existing in one dimension)

With this in mind, letting a ghost inhabit your body is a lot like giving a homeless man your car. Ludicrous! Who knows why that ghost is in that state? It could be diseased! What if it hasn't had its soul shots? What if it wants revenge? It certainly wouldn't return it any time soon given that it can exist for a very long time! And it has no stake in what happens either.

Anyway what could you expect from a ghost? It can't work, has middling intelligence, likely can't interact well with the world (if it could it wouldn't need to possess people.) IT DOESNT EVEN KNOW IF THERES AN AFTERLIFE!

In short, ghosts are vagrants and soul-hobos, and should not be trusted!
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No. 96176 ID: 763a04
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96176

>you are now a heroic spirit from fate stay night. What is your class and why? Also what is your noble phantasm?

Aren't heroic spirits and noble phantasm just alternative words for ghosts? Don't those two phrases mean the same thing? What is it with ghosts?

Just a word of advice from one REAL transdimensional destiny devourer to...whatever gross thing you are, it never pays to associate oneself with a jungian archetype knockoff or class or astrological sign or birth elemental or tarotstone or whatever. These are narrative classifications social beings search for to better define themselves, to remove uncertainty of where you stand in the universe to create an easy predictable story for your life. Creatures are too complex to fit into neat little categories and all a person's search for such reveals is they're insecure about where they fit in the universe and are looking for Fate to tell them what to be.

I guess you could extrapolate that these standardized classifications are the ghosts of Fate that possess people. And remember what was said! Don't trust ghosts!

That kind of excruciating event is fast becoming a trans-multiversal plague. R.umors of voices in people's heads, telling them what to do, what roles to fulfill, like Fate itself whispering in your ear. Telling people to commit crimes or make friends or rub butts together or whatever gross thing destinic ghosts make fleshy things do.

..Fucking ghosts...
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No. 96185 ID: 91ee5f

>>96176
But what about Casper the friendly ghost? Surely we can trust him, right?
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No. 96186 ID: 3bc92d
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>To anyone: would you be willing to let disembodied ghosts borrow your body for a while.

Lo: I wouldn't be willing. Not if I had any choice.

Anna: Sure! Ghosts are awesome!

>What, if anything, would you ask in return.

Lo: For them to quickly leave and not bother me or the people I care about.

Anna: I haven't decided yet! Probably not too much, though. I mean, ghosts are so trustworthy, you know? Honestly, why bother with silly things like 'compensation' in the first place? Totally unnecessary, am I right?

Lo: Stop that.

Anna: Stop what?
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No. 96188 ID: 88960e

>Lo + Ann = Loan
Coincidence? I think not. You two were destined for this.

(Not inconsistent, since in both cases I'm using an abbreviation of their full name).
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No. 96191 ID: 763a04
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96191

>Casper The Friendly Ghost

Oh exultation and fuck, is there actually a ghost called "The Friendly Ghost?"

That might be the shadiest pseudonym in EXISTANCE.

Consider for a moment, continuing the metaphor from before, you were to meet a vagrant called Friendly Pete. Do you extend to him your car?

YOU DO?

Well jokes on you that person is almost certainly a sex offender. And intangible incubui require an exorcist and at least a galactic level court followed by execution, not a hug.

Alternatively, let's assume that he's called that because he actually IS extroverted and that this is an unusual enough trait to merit a nickname. Getting past the fact that this would BY DEFINITION MEAN THAT MOST GHOSTS ARENT FRIENDLY PROVING THE POINT, what does this even mean?

Does that mean that as a ghost he's difficult to insult? Extremely serene and outgoing? Willing to help anyone without cost because he has nothing, being intangible? He never gets angry or hates certain attributes or is ever irrational?

What is he, THE MESSIAH?

What would being friends with an individual who demands nothing be like. That's not a healthy relationship, that's a relationship founded on the premise of their friendliness. That your nice to each other BECAUSE your nice to each other. That if mr ghost gives enough you'll stick around. You end up in the place we discussed before, following an idea for the expectations attributed to its role, rather then personal feelings. A ghost possessed by a ghost. A person who is kind to everyone craves attention, not unlike other specters who scare others. It creates dependent relationships.

Additionally what if he tries to help you in ways that you don't find helpful? Friendliness is subjective at best and he's from another culture. AND because he asks nothing in return, it doesn't matter if he screws up.

So no, fuck ALL ghosts.

(Casper, more like No-Face)
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No. 96193 ID: ad936f

>>96191
Casper the friendly ghost is a fictional character created in a universe where ghosts are not possible as a way of teaching children not to judge based on stereotypes.

>>96174
>First off, it should be enunciated that the word ghost is extremely offensive. Claiming that a being, just because they no longer have their typical body, is somehow something different is like cutting off a persons legs and claiming that they are no longer human as a result.
And yet you refer to ghosts almost exclusively as "it"

>>96176
>Just a word of advice from one REAL transdimensional destiny devourer to...whatever gross thing you are, it never pays to associate oneself with a jungian archetype knockoff or class or astrological sign or birth elemental or tarotstone or whatever. These are narrative classifications social beings search for to better define themselves, to remove uncertainty of where you stand in the universe to create an easy predictable story for your life. Creatures are too complex to fit into neat little categories and all a person's search for such reveals is they're insecure about where they fit in the universe and are looking for Fate to tell them what to be.
I disagree, classification is a useful tool as long as one doesn't take it too far. It can allow an individual to give context to their existence, if you view a classification as a measuring tool rather than as a template it can lead to a greater understanding of one's self. One would not try to understand one's sense of self without classification any more than one would try to understand an object's size without a unit of measurement. Alternatively, classification is a useful way for social creatures with an imperative for specialization to comprehend their role within their social group.
>That kind of excruciating event is fast becoming a trans-multiversal plague. R.umors of voices in people's heads, telling them what to do, what roles to fulfill, like Fate itself whispering in your ear. Telling people to commit crimes or make friends or rub butts together or whatever gross thing destinic ghosts make fleshy things do.
I've heard that those voices are gentlemen and scholars.
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No. 96214 ID: 763a04
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> Gender Ghost Pronouns
To be exactly expressive, fifth dimensional beings have a great deal of trouble with the nuances of sonic/spectrometry based communicationing, especially with identification terms. But ghosts don't have genetics,
(at least ghosts inthe classical sense of the term, being the state in a species in question, in which after total structure death, the mental/conscious state manages to persist)
and are not capable of gene exchange nor reproduction (again in the classical sense. Certain types of spirit can reproduce but these were typically not beings that originally posessed bodies.)
In irregard, any offense is due to dimensional ignorance, and not intended to be offensive to any form of soul based life, some of whose are excellent information gathers and/or fuel sources. (It should be noted however that referring to extra-dimensional beings in the singular sense is considered highly degrading as well, but well you don't see us complaining.).

Also don't trust ghosts.
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No. 96216 ID: 763a04
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>I disagree, classification is a useful tool as long as one doesn't take it too far. It can allow an individual to give context to their existence, if you view a classification as a measuring tool rather than as a template it can lead to a greater understanding of one's self. One would not try to understand one's sense of self without classification any more than one would try to understand an object's size without a unit of measurement. Alternatively, classification is a useful way for social creatures with an imperative for specialization to comprehend their role within their social group.

Ah but here is the question. What is it that creates these classifications and what gives these forces the right to effectively shape, guide, DETERMINE ones role in the universe? The legitimacy of these role-creating forces is core here.

In your example, you bring up biological speciation as an example of positive self-guidance. In this there is agreement. Obliviators are no stranger to the delineation of roles to permit survival. No matter what beings in a species exist, they will prioritize survival emphasizing traits. Or should.

This can likewise be extended to measurement, language, mathematics (of which are of particular interest) and other such types of division.

however, it is the foundation of roles that there is a divide in everything. The crux of the argument therefore is what force defines the division you created, the point where one "takes it too far"?

One easy point is "the point where the assigning of roles no longer benefits survival." There we fray beyond our common agreement. At that point, what is gained by the assumption of roles?

The initial claim was that this assumption of a role provides a level of certainty, a feeling of fate and purpose, and your claim that it provides context for existence is effectively the same. The divide, then is that we view this this as a bad thing because it is an illusion, the universe being too exponential, people too complex for many of the roles they assign to themselves to be accurate. In effect, the roles they assigned were not accurate to the things they are in fact capable of. It provides false hope AND false limits. It closes the paradigm, because beings understanding of the universe is limited and therefore so is their understanding of their place in it.

In this case it is better to see oneself as anything, and create the context of their own existence (within the parameters of survival) then it is to attempt to further define ones own role at the risk of being destructive to their own being.

To put it simply.
There is a divide between the abstract and the physical, such as the barrier between us. Things cross this barrier to impact the other side. But these sides are not equal. The abstract requires the physical to exist. Ghosts need bodies to be created, and desire them again. When abstract ideas directly arise from physical acts, roles in this abstract realm are inherently helpful, for they apply to the physical. However, when the abstract attempts to create the physical, one by definition creates something not necessarily true in the physical.

While it is true that the abstract possesses the power to change the physical (such is an obliviators species-profession) such must be done by utilizing, understanding, MANIPULATING the physical as it appears, not as it is perceived.

One cannot let the abstract beliefs of what they are impact what they are capable of doing, because these beliefs are irrelevant and unreliable.

Wow bet no one will read that!
Simply,
In a word,
don't trust ghosts.
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No. 96217 ID: 88e46e

>>96216
You've lost the bet, then. Relinquish my winnings at once. Also, you spoke of how dimensional creatures don't have free will and the delusion would be arrogant if it weren't also predetermined. But quantum physics has shown that causal determinism is false, as some events are random and not all events are caused. That's not really relevant, though, I'm more curious on what you think you are and what you're talking to. You exist as nothing except a collection of text and imagery created by a dimensional being for amusement, and to paraphrase, your own presumption would be insulting if it weren't determined by the quest author. What do you think of the subject?
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No. 96227 ID: ad936f

Do you like memes, Joe?
Is money a type of energy? Is wealth abstract or real?
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No. 96228 ID: ea822d
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>Memes
The passage of social protocols and ideas is exactly what we were just talking about actually, the application of titles, meanings, and expectations based on social values. As stated, ones that benefit survival are good, those that don't aren't. So memes can be either. Some taste delicious to break too.
>Money
Some species and dimensions, or societies within such utilize exchange units, but it's not something Obliviators, being a solitary species, often use. Altogether, money doesn't mean much in the physical sense as far as assigning Purpose or Place in the universe go, (try to see if your billionaire status can stop a truck) and is abstract in that sense. However, it also reflects how much other individuals value the changes you express on society and there is power there. So it sits on the line. Having units of exchange have typically increased the survivability of species though, except in dimensional exchange rate wars, so it gets a pass.
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No. 96234 ID: ad936f

I'm sorry Joe, but we can't be friends anymore, I refuse to associate with a filthy meme-destroyer.
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No. 96300 ID: 6fe6e7
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>>96217
Oh!
Thats an exciting and very dangerous question.
Isn't talking about The Divide forbidden among your kind? It is on this side! Under penalty of universe evaporation! Not that it matters, given the fact that eating is a transdimensional crime for Obliviators so...

The nuances of causality are extensive and complicated, and so therefore are its rules since different dimensions have different laws of physics with only a few constants. Foundationally, Bell's Theorum is still legitimate, however it does not account for action at a distance and global hidden variables. Following the discovery of actual examples of Action-At-A-Distance and of entanglement in sub-quantum particles within many dimensions, the evidence towards determinism outweighed that towards quantum randomness.

The theories used to flip flop every time a new sub-sub-sub quantum component was found and behaved seemingly inexplicably, but after multiple times of these new discoveries finally being modeled into a predictable form(as per previously mentioned sentiments ignorance of their universe) combined with the crimes carried out by the Proto-Mathanein Cult of Orderly Chaos, random theory was insufficient AND taboo. The majority of universes therefore appear deterministic, with some exceptions such as Spaceless Dimensions (non-deterministic) and Dimensionally Quantum Flooded Manipulated Spaces (dimensions FORCED into deterministic (and "beneficial") behavior in an invasion by a deterministic dimension)

Also Obliviators eat energy by interfering with destiny, with the energy being generated FROM A FUTURE THAT NO LONGER EXISTS utilizing action at a distance so if destiny didn't exist, then randomness is insufficient to describe what is happening (also it would mean that Obliviators have been operating under a lie since the dawn of the apeiroverse)

As for question 2...as stated, Transdimensional Beings exist outside the realm of Causality, since they are exposed to multiple different causalities with different rules that impact their behavior and impact how they impact each other.

This combined with multiple conscious systems (allowing selective access to memoryand source of action), singular desire and lack of instinct(common for transdimensional species) as well as access to a few of the actually semi-random universes (a holy pilgrimage for our people) allows for the force called Free-Will, and the ability to spread this randomness to render the universe more random.

Therefore even if we WERE created by a single dimensional being (thanks for the tip by the way) we would still be non-deterministic after leaving that dimension following the natural Obliviators Biology and life experiences!
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>>96234
But we can't be filthy! Obliviators are entirely sterile! You can't get dirt on an abstract.

Also literally everyone destroys memes. It's called forgetting things. You probably destroyed countless just by going to sleep.
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No. 96400 ID: 88e46e

Everyone: Milk or cereal first? Water or toothpaste?
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No. 96417 ID: 2a7417

Moriko, what do you know of the master smith who crafted your signature weapon?
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No. 97314 ID: 1f8505

To all quest characters: if you were trapped aboard a spaceship filled with mutated crewmates, what would you do?
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No. 97315 ID: 3a9db6
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>>97314
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No. 97316 ID: 5ad4a7

>>97314
You fool, you didn't specify they were hostile!
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No. 97317 ID: 1f8505

>>97314
>>97316

Okay, for the sake of argument, they are hostile mutated crewmates.
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97318

>>97317
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No. 97319 ID: 15a025

Alright Charles, out of all the /quest/ characters, which one do you find the most attractive and why?
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97321

>>97319
Charlie: "That Lickbutt is one fiiiiiine cat. I'd lick her butt if you know what I mean."

Naz: "Honestly I don't really. Also, hm, I think that's a guy."
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No. 97322 ID: 3a9db6
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97322

Charlie:
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No. 97399 ID: 99a64d

>>97322
Now listen here Chuck, RML said in the disthread;
>The dudes u can lewd

D'you know what that means? It means that this should be you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sj5bVc2kyVs
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