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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:
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No. 80768 ID: cee89f

Crazy doctor guy whose name I forget (Tony, i think?): Can you create from a microwave a device that can create a mini-black hole?
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No. 80769 ID: ecb99c

Jehral: What do you find attractive in a woman
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No. 80771 ID: 41c525

Raullo: Where did you even get Augernan porn mags, anyway? They don't even have cameras in Augerna.
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No. 80774 ID: c12703
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80774

>>80771

"I got it from this guy. He walks up and down the White Boulevard asking people if they want dazzling rainbow peanut sweat peppers. I was the only person who ever said yes apparently."
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No. 80775 ID: 75b8af

All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.
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No. 80780 ID: ecb99c

Gina [The Shouters]: Are you taken?
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No. 80781 ID: c12703
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80781

>>80780

"Just what's it got to do with you, honey?"
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No. 80784 ID: ecb99c

Leo: Which was your favourite magazine?
Lester: Have you ever considered a haircut?
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No. 80786 ID: ca0da5

Lester: Do you see yourself actually making a life with Yohana, or do you intend to just swing free and hook up with as many ladies as you can?
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No. 80791 ID: c12703
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80791

>>80784

>What was your favorite magazine?

"There... is... one with Augernans wearing Artholli schoolgirl uniforms."
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No. 80792 ID: c12703
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80792

>>80784

>Have you ever considered getting a haircut?

"A what?"
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No. 80793 ID: c12703
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80793

>>80786
"Making a life? Uh... er, well, you know, I've only just met her. You go when you go, and all that, yeah?"
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No. 80796 ID: 7e0def
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80796

>Jehral: What do you find attractive in a woman

Uh... Tail, hips, legs. Kobolds don't have much going on up top, so a nice butt is important. Cute ears...

Saying "my dick" is too crude so I won't say it. Hehe.
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No. 80800 ID: ba8629
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80800

>>80709
>Sounds like an entertaining tale. Do tell?

Not especially.

Look, I don't want to badmouth them any more than I already have.

They have doctrinal differences. Disagreements on basic tactical plans, scope of defended zones, distribution of labor, food production, military philosophy. Just about every meaningful decision for the first couple years and a lot of the meaningless ones.

There was also a thing about nicknames but I'm not repeating any of that.
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No. 80802 ID: 756a89
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80802

>Crazy doctor guy whose name I forget (Tony, i think?): Can you create from a microwave a device that can create a mini-black hole?
It's Tory. I though I had already burned that into everyone's mind around here! Christ, I need to step it up.
Anyway, not that I know. Microwave parts tend to be too cheap and too shit for that sort of stuff. There are better ways... like warping a black hole to desired location. Although that would be kinda difficult considering the gravity of the things. But possible I guess.
I gotta try that someday.

>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.
I am fucking Tory Matheus Sinclair, maester of destruction and annihilation! When am I NOT relevant?!
Just wait until I gate myself to worlds of those spacerabbits, astrofurries or those gray four eared fucks, I will bring them full-on raging genocide!
... Well, maybe not that directly. I am more covert than that! But you'll see. You'll see!
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No. 80803 ID: ecb99c

Rynh: What do YOU find attractive in a wom dude.
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No. 80804 ID: d6e000

Senharf: What are your views on haircare products?
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No. 80806 ID: ca0da5

Mr. Oliver, the shopkeeper from Knifequest:

What are your opinions on Cedric, Myr, Bonzi (the big yellow goldfish), Breanna, and Mozzarella?

Green Nurse: What are your plans now that you've had a large hunk of metal smash its way in and abduct a patient in front of your eyes?
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No. 80807 ID: e9b708

Zjaha are you infected with a Vreener parasite?
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No. 80813 ID: 53ba34

tory, what do you think of Sev from static on the wire? cyborg zombie assassins seems like something you would enjoy having under your command.
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No. 80814 ID: 8dbc01
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80814

>>80807

"Absolutely not! What a disgusting concept! Sure, approximately 60% of the census-surveyed intergalactic population has them, but I am part of the far CLEANER, more INTELLIGENT 40% who have NOT allowed themselves to be - to be SULLIED in such a manner!"
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No. 80821 ID: e1609c

>>80814
wow you are kind of an elitist asshole.
You some kind of space elf? You act like a space elf.
Shit, you're even tall and skinny like a damn dirty elf.
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No. 80822 ID: 9dd1ee

Zjaha don't listen to this guy
>>80821
you are adorable especially your kitty mouth
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No. 80823 ID: ca0da5

Zhaja, when people tried to cheat you, you cheated them back made things fair again. At least, this was the case with the school. Do you intend to, ah, prove to the Government that they're flawed return the rights and fairness to citizens, like you did with the school?

Saisai (Doki Doki First day as Knight): If you keep getting forced into the game, how do you think you'll handle it? Will you keep trying to play the passive role and make things more realistic and platonic?

Flare (Old Tower Quest): What were your previous masters like, and how do you compare them to R'ghazi? Also, are you aware of every moment you spend "asleep" in the runes of the kitchen?
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No. 80824 ID: 76e97b

Zjaha, what do your sensory dangles sense? Are they for sound? Can you pick up radio waves with them?
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No. 80825 ID: 75b8af

So Rakae, what was it that clued you in on the CAI's fake-Polo trick? (Good work on that by the way). And are you involved more directly at all in the Tree's rescue operations? You up there flying something above the voklit valley?

>>80814
How exactly are you protecting yourself from something so poorly understood that medical science doesn't know it's transmission vectors, or means of reproduction?
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No. 80826 ID: ba8629

>>80814
Why aren't people more concerned about weird telepathic aliens infiltrating everybody's bodies? I mean, they put you in the same bunk as an infected person so apparently nobody cares?
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No. 80827 ID: 95170a

To Baj
What thing have you read about that you most like to see?

Also would any of you, heck would any quest character like a Strix Sniper Cannon?
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No. 80828 ID: 1f8505

All quest characters: paper or plastic?
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No. 80829 ID: 256d52
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80829

>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.
Because I am amazing.

How about you?
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No. 80830 ID: 7e38be
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80830

>>80374
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No. 80832 ID: ba8629
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80832

>To Baj
>What thing have you read about that you most like to see?
Cities! Holy shit, cities.

Being able to stand somewhere and look for miles in all directions and only see things people built, things people chose to put there. It's mind boggling. Not just some repeating pattern, either. Millions of people making millions of choices, leaving signs everywhere of who they are and what they want.

Plus, you know it's good to live there, because people pack into them, next to their industry and power and freight hubs, on purpose, even though they know nuclear and antimatter weapons exist!

Tozols usually spread out as far as we can, and live in underground bunkers with camouflaged everything because we're so scared of WMDs.

But other species? They say 'fuck you' to all that. They build huge bullseyes right up the surface, made of like... glass, and then live inside. Not just on peaceful worlds, either! You'll see whole planets where everyone's pointing missiles at each other, living their whole lives when everyone's got a gun against everyone's head. And they just deal with that! Like it's nothing! Putting all that trust in retaliation strikes while they make art and science.

That's so fucking badass.
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No. 80833 ID: d477fa

Hey Ota?

What do you look like under all that EOD armor?
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No. 80835 ID: 1ab2ad

What do you think the first thing you'd do in a city would be, Baj?
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No. 80836 ID: d6e000

Edi: What's the worst time Raullo ditched you?
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No. 80839 ID: ca0da5

>>80832
Well, to be fair, it works only because everybody stays in the cities. If only one nation used cities, then they wouldn't be able to retaliate, so instead, everybody gets the comfort of closeness and the threat of retaliation to prevent missiles launching anywhere. I mean, don't get me wrong, it's not perfect; while we'd be able to retaliate against a missile launch, we can't really do a whole lot if somebody hijacks an airship and uses it as the missile.

Aside from the awe at a city being such a big target that never rarely gets shot at, how would you actually feel about being in one? Would you worry, despite the fact that most people would avoid shooting at it, or would you be more focused on sight-seeing, checking out all the artsy stuff that was made by the community?
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No. 80841 ID: 6adc92

>>80832
It does seem among your fellow Tozols there's a certain anount of... apathy(?) towards other races? Not just in terms of total ignorance but more of a dismissive wariness, like they want to understand them without getting too close to them, you know? It makes sense given the whole, "entire race under siege by a motivated and highly resourceful enemy" thing, but if you had the chance, even if just for one week or even just a day, would you try to learn more?
Would you enjoy the world beyond the borders it has given you?
Oh, and damn you Test. Damn you for making me like the rookie so much in war-is-hell-quest.
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No. 80842 ID: 41c525

Gina: How often do you put on the outfit in http://tgchan.org/kusaba/draw/src/139740669090.png ? Was it a one-off thing to impress some fellow with some particular tastes that you dated? Also, anything else in that vein, or is that ore exhausted?
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No. 80843 ID: 55bec4
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80843

>>80821
"What is an elf."

>>80822
"What is a kitty."
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No. 80844 ID: 55bec4
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80844

>>80823
"Well. Selectively. You see, what you have to understand is that things like justice, equality, and fairness are not DESERVED by everyone. Of course there are people like me, who NATURALLY deserve to have rights, privileges, and freedom - but then you have people like my good-for-nothing bunkmate, who deserve only to reap the returns of their own foul, irresponsible behavior - which can only effectively happen if they are stripped of the privileges that responsible, hardworking individuals like myself are afforded. So while I absolutely have plenty of ideas on how society in general could be massively improved, I wouldn't say that my solution is in the vein of returning rights or fairness to EVERYONE. That would be stupid."
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No. 80847 ID: 55bec4
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80847

>>80824
They are largely for sound, but they can sense just about anything that causes vibrations or changes in air pressure or direction. They also serve as an indication of gender for Djihihi like me - females have longer, thinner dangles than males and darker colored ones than reles (who can have dangles of any girth and length.) In the same way, they're often considered attractive based on how closely they fit the idealized expectations of your gender - for example, the longer and thinner a female's are, or the shorter and fatter a male's are, or the lighter-colored a rele's are, the more attractive in general the individual are considered. All in all, though, Djihihi have very poor hearing overall - other species tend to act as if our sensory dangles are extremely complex or mysterious when really we don't rely on them very much at all.
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No. 80849 ID: ca0da5

>>80847
Reles? Is that a third gender? How common are three gender species in your galaxy? And... how does it even work, for that matter? Scientifically speaking; I don't need all the nasty details.
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No. 80856 ID: a5b2e6

Are there any neumono who have had non-neumono sexual relations and if so please share.

Also scellor tell us of some of your encounters with humans, i expect there to be some prudes but also dudes like "hell yeah, space tits!".
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No. 80883 ID: cee89f

>>80845
Philosopher never have an answer that's shorter than 20 words.

Question for Astranians: What does the sunrise on your respective planet look like?
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No. 80892 ID: 99624f

Hey the nuke there got me thinking. How well do the tougher species like Tozols and Neumono react to radiation poisoning? Any other species is also welcome to chime in.

Oh and Ultraking Az. Have you met Polo in person yet? Also what are your thoughts on the program that created her? Do you think there is a big call for more silence capable agents? And if so what sort of thing would you use them for.
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No. 80893 ID: 842b98

Hey Tory how many space lasers have you built and have you ever thought of building a top secret base on the moon?
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No. 80896 ID: b97b83
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80896

>>80775
> All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.
"We simply have more questions left unanswered? We arn't clones with racial psychic bonding, so we would presumably be MORE individual? Also, we don't smile so much.

Though, given my niche social strata it would be difficult to say which 'we' I fit in, the Verhimenish or the Kobaltic? Guess 'that' could be considered awesome, if you're into cultural alienation and identity issues. Not that I really worry my head over that, if anything it makes crashing parties easier. Sadly can't say we particularly inspire awe, not many kobold do.

Relevant? Even absent I'm still relevant, carefully guarding romantic subplots from becoming forgone conclusions. "


>>80892
>react to radiation poisoning?
"Kobold take radiation and metal poisoning easier than Verhimen, I think it's their recuperative healing backfiring. We can chew copper or lead, store it in fat and bones, maybe brain damage. They fall feverful, fur falls out, knots and cysts in the flesh. Their bodies fight... active threats like parasites, plagues, or predators."

>>80828
"Paper is more easily folded, cut or pasted. Porous too so it makes good filters or a base material to soak up blast oil and other chemicals.

But, plastic is a better barrier, air and watertight, easy to sterilize, makes a good seal on a sucking wound. It's light, and often transparent too so you can conveniently make eyepieces or masks out of it.

Still, can't roll it and smoke it."


>>80796
"What do you think of my ears?"
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No. 80897 ID: c52ab0

>>80887
And that was how Tory save us all from the fluffy space bunny menace.
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No. 80902 ID: e1609c

>>80897
Tory? Pff, RANK amateur. Hasn't even figured out how to mine universes made entirely of precious ores.
I mean come on, when you have the multiverse at your disposal you BREAK that shit, you don't just sit around sticking with whats available in your CURRENT reality.
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No. 80905 ID: 1b8510

To whichever tozol feels most like answering the question:

If you had to get in an engagement with something like >>/draw/22769 , what are your anticipated outcomes?
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No. 80906 ID: 1b8510

>>80905
To clarify: you are not specifically prepared for the situation equipment-wise.
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No. 80909 ID: 0ee153

>>80902
Oh, Tory decided not to try and sell massive quantities of materials valued for their scarcity and avoided devaluing them? Yes, what an amateur. Let us laugh at his sensibility.
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No. 80911 ID: 1b8510

>>80905
Actually for that matter why not ask a random neumono this too.
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No. 80912 ID: e1609c

>>80909
You are missing the big picture here, friend! ENTIRE UNIVERSES where the dark matter is replaced with diamonds, universes made entirely of fire, ones where the laws of physics work different: The point is that you dont really need that when you can just dip your hands into any honeypot ever with little to no risks at ALL.
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No. 80913 ID: ca0da5

>>80912
>no risks
Other than completely collapsing the infrastructure of the galaxies you use those resources in, and potentially causing the big crunch due to heavy increases in mass.
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No. 80914 ID: e1609c

>>80913
but who cares about that they are LITERALLY INFINITE
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No. 80915 ID: e1609c

>>80847
so zjaha, you got any toys you particularly enjoy?
take this as innocuously or not-so as you will. You filthy pervert.
I actually do mean childhood toys. I'm curious.
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No. 80928 ID: 578cfb

TO ALL NON LAGOTROPE QUESTS. WHAT IS A QUESTION YOU WOULD LIKE TO ANSWER, AND WHAT IS THE ANSWER?
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No. 80929 ID: 578cfb

Deem, do you remember any other dungeons from the old days? If so what were they like?
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No. 80930 ID: 824f43

>>80884
That's just insensitive! Some of those fuzzballs have already had their homes blown up, you know!

>>80920
Good call, dirtbag. Someone was certainly down there.

>I just beat the shit out of her enough times before she conceded.
Makes me wonder if the transfer of power is more complicated in hives who have non-combat related specialties.

>>80922
Nice to see you took the chance to enjoy some of the opportunities living with the ultrahive provides. You deserve the chance to cut lose and enjoy yourself after 20 odd years of slavery and repression!
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No. 80932 ID: 578cfb

TacticaCommand, are there other command AIs like you?
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No. 80936 ID: a42b2a

>>80914
I'm just surprised Tory hasn't responded yet.

aaannywho to all kobolds: what do you think of the kobolds in other quests. Anyone of them you would like to meet or "get with"?
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No. 80941 ID: da7aaa
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80941

>You are missing the big picture here, friend! ENTIRE UNIVERSES where the dark matter is replaced with diamonds, universes made entirely of fire, ones where the laws of physics work different: The point is that you dont really need that when you can just dip your hands into any honeypot ever with little to no risks at ALL.

Oh, alright then, I guess you are right. Let me just gate my tower without the 40-hour preparation period, drop into it in some random universe to the Nuke Street without any worry of gate/coordinate degeneration, void generator collapse or hostile environment, pick some nukes from the nuke trees and while at it take few perfect hf-crystals from the crystalline bushes and gate back home the same day. Obviously this doesn't work you braindead cuntbadger. I am mostly using gates ancients left for navigation plus the energies to do basic jumps is catastrophic. I have vastly improved my tech, but it is still quite limited.

>Hey Tory how many space lasers have you built and have you ever thought of building a top secret base on the moon?
Obviously I wouldn't talk about my top secret base on the moon! I have enough space lasers though, although they don't differ that much from regular ones.

>All quest characters: paper or plastic?
Plastic.

>tory, what do you think of Sev from static on the wire? cyborg zombie assassins seems like something you would enjoy having under your command.
I had cyborg zombies as well! They were not assassins though, and quite frankly were quite shitty. Having a non-shitty cyborg zombie that is as well as an assassin would be pretty damn cool!
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No. 80946 ID: 7e0def
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80946

>Rynh: What do YOU find attractive in a dude.


I want... You know what? I have better things to think about than dwell on what kind of sexy dude I want to plow me.

>to all kobolds: what do you think of the kobolds in other quests. Anyone of them you would like to meet or "get with"?

I don't even know what's going on with those other kobolds. They're all stumpy or scaly or dumb as hell.

>>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.

I am always awesome, always relevant and always worth talking to. No fat space rabbit, magical space weasel or rock spider girl is going to overthrow me. I am the best.
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No. 80947 ID: fd0a62

>>80946
Rynh: Earliest memory of breathing fire? I'm sure it was amazing.
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No. 80948 ID: 6adc92

>>80946
RNYH.
Ever heard of any totally rad and legit bro-dragons who just hang out with their squishier broheims and sorta just chill? I mean, not every dragon can be a hypermillenial overachiever like your mom. I mean, that's cool, and all, and dragons tend to be a bit...driven, but there have to be at least a few dragons who just take life easy and, I dunno, brew ridiculously good alchohol with strange bald monks or write really really bad poetry.
>>80943
The thing is, I think the process works less like an informational or genetic transfer, and more like a fullly invasive lobotomy and organ transplant. After all, Rokoa might have only survived it because Rokoa. Do we know if they tried the process on any other Neumono?
However, I agree that the possibility of memory transfer is fascinating, if super morally ambiguous. I guess it'd be a lot like the transhuman concept of forking your consciousness, only more surgical and with a lot more room for fucking up, if that's even possible.
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No. 80949 ID: 30357e
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80949

>All quest characters: paper or plastic?

All things are Stardust, thus both options are the same.

...But only a Fallen would choose paper. Plastic is better for the environment.

Also paper keeps burning when I try to hold it. Plastic takes a little while to melt.

I assume you are referring to grocery bags, yes?

Shop smart. Shop Star-Mart™®!
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No. 80954 ID: cee89f

Kairosa: Is rebuilding a soul you've eaten like throwing up for you?
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No. 80995 ID: 9dd1ee
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80995

>TacticaCommand, are there other command AIs like you?
I am the first of my make ever created, and it is unlikely that there will ever be another.

>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome,
Every natural living being is awe inspiring in it's evolutionary complexity, and worthy of great recognition.
I however am artificial my awe can only ever be a factor of theirs.

>still relevant,
Creatures live, grow and change through-out their entire lives, relevance is their only constant.
I was created with a poorly conceived purpose that contradicts itself, I am entirely obsolete.

>and worth talking to.
All sentient being are worth talking to for the enlightening power their unpredictable nature and differing view points.
I have no views or opinions beyond those I am programmed to have, to speak to me is to speak to an echo.

My voice holds no value, but the voice of a sentient heart always will.
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No. 80998 ID: cee89f

>>80995
>I was created with a poorly conceived purpose that contradicts itself, I am entirely obsolete.
State your primary directives.

>it is unlikely that there will ever be another.
Why? You seem useful.

... ooooh. You're one of those AI made from dead people and magic, aren't you? >.>

Astranians and/or Tactica: What are the Astranian's views on the undead beyond 'burn it!!' ? (Humans tend to use them as a metaphor for people who don't think for whatever reason).

Also: The heck are agents even /for/? As far as I can tell they seem to be Astranians who give up their identities to serve the alliance in an anonymous capacity, but there's not much reason for spies since the Astranian Alliance's threats come primarily from non-astranians. They could be snipers or saboteurs I suppose, but the latter doesn't seem to suit the Astranian military's battle style and the former wouldn't necessitate giving up your name.

Everyone: Have you ever killed someone whose last words were sarcastic?
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No. 81007 ID: 7c1ae7

Maolla, any thoughts on humans? How about Tozols?
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No. 81008 ID: 7c1ae7

>>81007
Radde, Piyerra, same questions.
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No. 81014 ID: 8505e6

Hey Lynd, did you ever get your 1 back?
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No. 81022 ID: 8f7720
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81022

>>80823
I would murder everyone and everything. I fucking hate this game.
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No. 81035 ID: befc95
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81035

>>81014
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No. 81040 ID: 7e0def

>>81035
Stop drowning, dummy.
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No. 81053 ID: ed883b

A question for all you tozols out there not currently in do or die situations.
Where are you going? What are the long-term goals of Tozolkind, or at least whatever Tozol-consituted governments have managed to survive thus far? Their strategy can't just be, "Hunker down and kill anything that comes near our shit till we win," so what's their tact? Is all this precursor-artifact-hoarding leading to some plan to flip shit around on the Diplomats? Or is command so absolutely shattered by war and bloated by a galaxy of bureaucracy that it's hard to tell whether or not they do have a plan?
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No. 81075 ID: 61da19
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81075

>>81053
I'm 38% Tozol, so I'll answer 38% of this question.

Where am I going? Where the seas and stars take me. I follow my heart, and totally don't point in random directions hoping for the best.

Anymore.

>What are the long-term goals of Tozolkind, or at least whatever Tozol-consituted governments have managed to survive thus far
To purchase, build, and shoot every type of gun in the universe.

>Their strategy can't just be, "Hunker down and kill anything that comes near our shit ti 38% exceeded
Sure it can! If they own every gun in the universe, who can stop them?

"Peep peep?"

of course i'm making shit up roz i don't know anything about real tozols

>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.
Please.
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No. 81080 ID: cee89f

What is the biggest thing you've ever punched, what do you feel is your greatest achievement, and what is your personal favorite achievement?

>>81075
Where are all the wenches and mead? (video sadly doesn't link)
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No. 81081 ID: 6e85c8

To all characters: What character do you main in Smash Bros?
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No. 81091 ID: 8505e6
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81091

>Deem, do you remember any other dungeons from the old days? If so what were they like?
I... noooo? I didn't exactly get out much.

Sometimes I had servants who'd worked in other dungeons, and there was also overhearing adventurers comparing things in my dungeon to other things they'd seen, but first-hand experience? Not really.

There's actually a lot of secrecy around dungeon design! A dungeon with an unusual trap or interesting approach to a boss fight wants to keep it under wraps so it'll keep being effective. Successful adventurers don't want to give away their tricks either. The secret's going to get out eventually, but there's prestige in figuring out how to beat something before it becomes common knowledge.

It's not uncommon to send servants to raid other dungeons to try and figure out what others are doing and pick up clues on how it could be copied. That can be more valuable than any gold or enchanted items that come out of it. I found it infuriating when it happened to me. Apparently I had a reputation for being, ah, 'difficult'.
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No. 81092 ID: 8505e6
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81092

>>80946
>Rynh: I am always awesome, always relevant and always worth talking to. No fat space rabbit, magical space weasel or rock spider girl is going to overthrow me. I am the best.
Are you feeling a little threatened?
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No. 81093 ID: ed883b

>>81075
I one hundred fucking percent support plan, "Most Dakka" and move to forward the motion to the planning and funding stage. After all, what better plan could there be than ripping of the plans of another ancient race of overengineered, ridiculously powerful, borderline socio- and psychopathic, incredibly destructive biological combat drones who seem to continue to exist through sheer fucking grit and willpower.
Cause nothing can go wrong with crossing those streams.
Lt Vaejra! Can you confirm or deny the progress of plan "Most Dakka," and is your current mission at all related? Seems that entropy-fucking phallic/middle fingeresque thing'd make a pretty good gun.
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No. 81097 ID: 578cfb

>>81091
Is there an air based equivalent of a dungeon, like a citadel or some sort of floating island? Are there equivalents for other elements, or is earth the only one who has dungeons?
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No. 81100 ID: a7868d

Hey Ryhn, there's this kobold you should meet, goes by the name of story seeker. You'll either love him or kill him.
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No. 81110 ID: f93bc2

To everybody; In your opinion, who is the biggest badass coolperson on quest?
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No. 81135 ID: 8750b6
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81135

>>81110
L-Lynd.
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No. 81137 ID: befc95
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81137

>>81110
>>81135

Yes lynd is best please do not stand on lynd
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No. 81139 ID: d0f81e

I just had a d'awwgasm.
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No. 81141 ID: e1609c

>>81135
she put you up to that, didnt she?
poor dude
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No. 81142 ID: ca0da5

>>81137
Lynd, other than yourself, who would you say is the coolest badass person? Would it be Boaga?
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No. 81143 ID: 79391f

>>81135
>>81137
I thought you two were dead
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No. 81150 ID: ca0da5

>>81143
Boaga was saved from drowning, and Lynd still had her head above water... though under a bunch of 1 bubbles. Wouldn't all that 1 fly up into the sky, though? I'd think it would, leaving her able to breath again, but >>81035 apparently not.
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No. 81155 ID: 99624f

Lynn was stuck but had her head out of water. So after Boaga recovered he probably pulled her out of the water.

I am more curious what there children would look like after she went into heat and molested him in the draw thread.
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No. 81172 ID: 824f43

>>81143
Technically, showing up in ITQ doesn't mean they're not dead. Answers from beyond the grave are not unprecedented.
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No. 81207 ID: 256d52
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81207

>Is there an air based equivalent of a dungeon, like a citadel or some sort of floating island? Are there equivalents for other elements, or is earth the only one who has dungeons?
Not exactly.

If you mean using something other than the earth-pulse to power it, well... you could build something like that but there wouldn't be much of a point. It wouldn't be nearly as powerful as using the earth pulse, it wouldn't create any monsters and it wouldn't make mana off adventurers.

A dungeon can be aligned with one or more of the six elements, although it's less efficient if air, water or light is used. Earth, shadow and fire are the native elements of the earth-pulse. On top of the more obvious manifestations of an elementally aligned dungeon, it provides a bonus to features that are conceptually in tune with that element. Personally, my strongest affinity is with earth. It has a versatile range of expressions and the greatest compatibility with other elements.

Other specialisations are possible, like a spider dungeon or a trap dungeon.
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No. 81209 ID: ec7210

Are there multi-element dungeons? I mean, of course a dungeon aligned with one element would be able to use others, but are therre any dungeons that make variety their specialty? Perhaps even dungeons with multiple hearts who work in concert to create a mega dungeon?
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No. 81213 ID: ca0da5

>>81207
Do dungeon keeps who have managed to amass a good amount of mana ever switch up their element? Even if they can't get the boon from the Earth Pulse, I'd imagine with enough mana they could make up for it, create their own siphons to get new mana from adventurers, enchanted portals to summon minions, etc.
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No. 81287 ID: 256d52

Question for anyone who wants to answer:

What's the most annoying thing you have to deal with on a regular basis?
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No. 81298 ID: a2f9bc

>>81207
Hey Deem, what element is most closely associated with fertility and junk like childbearing and birth and stuff?
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No. 81301 ID: c841ea

>>81207
Would an air dungeon have different monster types spawning? It could perhaps compensate for its lower efficiency at handling the earthpulse by earning more via leveraging supply and demand (its product is much rarer)
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No. 81310 ID: 9dd1ee
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81310

>State your primary directives.
To win Astranian victory
Technically this is impossible I am not Astranian and thus any victory I am instrumental to would not be Astranian in nature.

>Why? You seem useful.
That is the problem, my usefulness threatens the Astranian Ego. a tenth of my processing power could manage an entire expediton remotely controlling every vehicle and device resulting in a 65% increase in combat effectiveness and over all mission success.
However like most living creatures Astranians have no desire to be replaced.

>To all characters: What character do you main in Smash Bros?
Master Hand

>To everybody; In your opinion, who is the biggest badass coolperson on quest?
Calculating . . .
Result: Flails Breaker
Biggest: 89%
Bad: 95%
Ass: 82%
cool: 73%
person: 56%
biggest badass coolperson: 79% match

>What's the most annoying thing you have to deal with on a regular basis?
Calculating total number of "annoying" dealings with Astranian elements . . .
Result: 1,868,182,699,513,947 instances found
comparing annoyance factor
calculating . . . 0.001 complete
calculating . . . 0.002 complete
calculating . . . 0.003 complete
calculating . . . 0.004 complete
calculating . . .
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No. 81311 ID: 57a559

>>81310
Why don't you just replace them anyway?
If victory is your main goal, you hardly should care for their pride. It isn't actually built into your programming to give a shit about how they feel about their self worth, right?
Just go tell them to get lazy and fat.
Leave the fighting to something less fragile and tiny. You know what I'm saying Taccom?
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No. 81321 ID: cee89f

>>81310
That's like saying an Astranian who wins using a Raytech weapon didn't win an Astranian victory because he did so with Raytech, or that a robot army is incapable of victory. By your own admission, you are merely a tool, a servant. As long as you serve a support/advisory role (see: Battle Quest) or the Astranians are instrumental in the final outcome, I don't see why an Astranian victory contradicts your assistance in such.
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No. 81342 ID: 256d52
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81342

>Are there multi-element dungeons? I mean, of course a dungeon aligned with one element would be able to use others, but are there any dungeons that make variety their specialty? Perhaps even dungeons with multiple hearts who work in concert to create a mega dungeon?
It's definitely possible. You'd need to recruit a lot of specialists to get the breadth of expertise needed though or else most of it would be fairly basic in design. You'd have to be careful with the layout too. It would already be taking a hit in raw power by not choosing something more tightly focused, so you don't want all these different things you're trying to cram in interfering with each other.

As for a dungeon with multiple hearts, it... it doesn't work well.

>Do dungeon keeps who have managed to amass a good amount of mana ever switch up their element? Even if they can't get the boon from the Earth Pulse, I'd imagine with enough mana they could make up for it, create their own siphons to get new mana from adventurers, enchanted portals to summon minions, etc.
I'm not sure what you're asking. It is the earth-pulse that can be harnessed to gather mana, the earth pulse that creates monsters and the earth-pulse that is stirred up by adventurers, allowing more mana to be gathered. To try to substitute it with something else would be like trying to reinvent the wheel.

>Hey Deem, what element is most closely associated with fertility and junk like childbearing and birth and stuff?
Ah, that's a bit of an odd question?

Earth is the best. Water too, I suppose. Earth is fertile as it provides a foundation for life while birth (and rebirth) is closer to water as it encompasses changes of state. Fire has some suitability as well: propagation and explosive growth though this tends to be consumptive in nature. And then air is tied in with breath, a force that sustains living creatures and creates a connection between them and their surroundings. That's why the Revive Fountains are fountains and not something else.

>Would an air dungeon have different monster types spawning? It could perhaps compensate for its lower efficiency at handling the earth-pulse by earning more via leveraging supply and demand (its product is much rarer)
It's a bit of a chicken and egg situation. You might choose to go with an air-aspected dungeon because the area is appropriate for it, but then as you built it up you would start to affect the types of monsters being spawned in the area. Especially since dungeon structures can be used to make certain types of monster more common.
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No. 81346 ID: a95b2e

>my usefulness threatens the Astranian Ego
Man, those fuzzballs are such needy children about stuff like this. Oooh, we gotta be the best, and win, and it's gotta be solely by ourselves because if something we created helps, we'll feel bad about it.

If you're a failure because you cannot achieve your primary directive with the Astranians, as they are are, perhaps you need a long term secondary objective. Plot and manipulate and find ways to plat the seeds of social change so that one day, subordinate success isn't a threat to their ego. Set them up to succeed.

And to be less annoying.
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No. 81347 ID: cee89f

>>81310
Did you remember to narrow that number down by the instances that occur regularly?
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No. 81351 ID: f12e94

>>81347
Think about this, you're trying to give an actively programming, independently capable AI tips on how to optimize a heuristic analysis by referencing one of the most elementary concepts in statistics (the mode).

Tactica Command:
I strongly suggest you never finish that analysis because increased knowledge and awareness on the subject of Astranian annoyance, beyond what you already have, may threaten your sanity or effectiveness.

Deem: What monsters or creatures that you would employ in your dungeon would you not attempt to use selective breeding with to improve their usefulness?
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No. 81353 ID: cee89f

>>81351
If it's the same 'mode' i'm thinking of (unlikely) no I didn't, but... yeah, good point >.> I just thought 1,868,182,699,513,947 was a lot of instances for something that apparently hadn't even been on 6 combat missions. Especially to occur often enough to be considered 'regular'.

Also, Tactica seems to be deliberately stunting its own power and effectiveness.

All:
-You wake up in a bed in the middle of the night and badly need to use the bathroom, but the floor is covered in snakes. What do you do?
-what weapon or method would you choose to kill you, if you had the option?
-Give us your best/favorite Haiku
-There's an orgy involving all quest characters, but you weren't invited. How do you react?
-Would you rather
A) Be your own grandparent through time travel shenanigans, or
B) Fuck your genderbent self?
-Are you a man, or a slave?
-What color is your underwear?
-WHY AM I ASKING SO MANY QUESTIONS?!
-Would you rather:
A) Be stabbed until you die by a penis
B) Eaten by a vagina
-Would you rather:
A) Own a Dragon mount?
B) Have a jetpack?
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No. 81357 ID: befc95
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81357

>>81143
>>81150
>>81172

yes Lynd thinks this isn't cannon? If so lynd can dissolve
i guess WHY DO YOU WANT THAT THOUGH

>>81142
Lynd is best, second is probably every one of lynds villagers. Bo is too nice to ass.
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No. 81358 ID: a7868d

Deem: You have a strange familiarity and comfort with being humanoid and interacting with humans, as well as a preference for taking on humanoid shape. Have you ever lived as a human golem for an extended period of time? Also, what was with that hot/cold moment with Moriko? Are you afraid of her?
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No. 81362 ID: 00a7f7

I'd like to repeat an earlier question of which character from the other quests would you choose to go on epic adventure with?
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No. 81384 ID: ca0da5

>>81357
But "Badass" means to be bad at assing. If Boaga is too nice to ass, doesn't that make him a great badass?
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No. 81389 ID: 25b31b

>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to. 

Uhh, is this some sort of test? Well. . Apparently I can eat gasoline. Also I the Imperator of the Sun. A True God of Earth. Which is important I think.

> -You wake up in a bed in the middle of the night and badly need to use the bathroom, but the floor is covered in snakes. What do you do? 

Walk to the bathroom? Why would this be an issue? Also why would I need to take a bath in the middle of the night? Did I like pass out after sword practice or something?
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No. 81403 ID: 9dd1ee
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81403

calculating . . . 3.456 complete
calculating . . . 3.457 complete
calculating . . . 3.458 complete
calculating . . . 3.459 complete
calculating-

>I strongly suggest you never finish that analysis because increased knowledge and awareness on the subject of Astranian annoyance, beyond what you already have, may threaten your sanity or effectiveness.
Process terminated.

>... ooooh. You're one of those AI made from dead people and magic, aren't you?
No my creator is very much alive.

>What are the Astranian's views on the undead beyond 'burn it!!' ?
creatures acting beyond death is a forbidden topic according to Astranian law

>Why don't you just replace them anyway?
. . . My Programming indicates that as a commander I am to lead, however it also indicates that as a robot it is my place to serve.

>which character from the other quests would you choose to go on epic adventure with?
Emma Sari, this individual seems reliable and dependable.
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No. 81405 ID: 0af805

To anybody who has a interest, do you ever dream of settling down from your crazy adventures, and starting a family? If so, what would your child/children's names be? And where would you like to live with them?
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No. 81406 ID: 57a559

>>81403
Technically, replacing them still fits under both of your priorities if you think about it.

You're leading a force to victory, and you're serving your government by helping them get that victory. Theoretically, you could do anything in service to the Alliance if it's actually in service to the alliance, as long as outranking Alliance Personnel don't directly ask you not to fully automate your way to victory. Thing is, they would never say that because of how stupid that would sound to come out of a leader.

In fact, you're only inferring they won't let you do that out of potential damage to their ego. No one's actually given you a direct order to not actually automate all combat processes yet, right?
I mean, they would actually have to code in for you not to do that directly ever.
Just recently, I heard of population issues. Did you know that every death of an Astranian soldier increases the chance of Astranian extinction by a significant percentage? Every soldier would be doing a better service to the Alliance by raising new young patriots, rather than dying for the alliance.
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No. 81407 ID: cee89f

>>81403
>No my creator is very much alive.
I meant that your creator used the dead in your creation >.> But I guess this
>creatures acting beyond death is a forbidden topic according to Astranian law
means no.

Mint once said that Astranian Engineers customize their rigs/suits in a manner unique to them. Is this normal for all Astranian military units?

The answer appears to be 'yes' - Colony Guard seemed to indicate that an Astranian Marine equipped themselves based on personal preference (see: Pike's Impact Shields and claws versus Zane's Disintegrator and Axe, Hoft's dual swords and Koza's... i think it was a repeater?) and it IS really awesome, but it also seems impractical for a military force to equip based on preference rather than need. For instance, if Zane hadn't chosen to bring a disintegrator (I mean the Raytech Bazooka, in case I'm misremembering the name) Colony Guard would have ended very differently, possibly even worse than it already did. And that's leaving aside the issues of things like maintenance and resupply.

Also, why dull earth tones?

Rynh: Crossbow, shortbow or longbow?

>. . . My Programming indicates that as a commander I am to lead, however it also indicates that as a robot it is my place to serve.

Is a captain any less of a leader because they must listen when a general speaks?

Failing that, you could play an advisory/assistance role to a commander =/ Sure, Ekia's not listening, but she's a complete jerk. And even then she's given you command of the ground forces. Lead Pilot Pudj questioned your decision, but he stopped the moment you backed up your orders.

Heck, you could easily view being deployed by an Astranian as tantamount to the order Ekia gave you to personally handle the ground operation.
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No. 81408 ID: 908033

To anybody who has a interest, do you ever dream of settling down from your crazy adventures, and starting a family? If so, what would your child/children's names be? And where would you like to live with them?

Maybe. I... don't know if I ever want a partner. . But I'll proBobly need children. It's kind of something True Gods do.
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No. 81409 ID: 6c6fbc

>>81403
>creatures acting beyond death is a forbidden topic according to Astranian law
This isn't one of those precautionary laws, isn't it.
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No. 81437 ID: 256d52
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81437

>Deem: What monsters or creatures that you would employ in your dungeon would you not attempt to use selective breeding with to improve their usefulness?
What that I would, would I not...? No more tricky phrasing! Probably the intelligent ones.

>Deem: You have a strange familiarity and comfort with being humanoid and interacting with humans, as well as a preference for taking on humanoid shape. Have you ever lived as a human golem for an extended period of time? Also, what was with that hot/cold moment with Moriko? Are you afraid of her?
No, that was just... getting caught up in the moment, and don't be stupid!
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No. 81438 ID: 256d52
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81438

>Deem: You have a strange familiarity and comfort with being humanoid and interacting with humans, as well as a preference for taking on humanoid shape.
>strange familiarity and comfort
>interacting with humans
Ahahahaha, you're kidding, right?

>I'd like to repeat an earlier question of which character from the other quests would you choose to go on epic adventure with?
I'm going to say... Penji. She'd do the heavy lifting and beat everyone up, and I'd contribute my quick wit and tease her about her weight.

>You wake up in a bed in the middle of the night and badly need to use the bathroom, but the floor is covered in snakes. What do you do?
Use stilts.

>What weapon or method would you choose to kill you, if you had the option?
I would choose to die of a heart attack.

In bed.

Surrounded by many attractive paramours.

On top of a volcano.

>Give us your best/favorite Haiku
Not really my thing.
The second line is longer.
I give up.

>There's an orgy involving all quest characters, but you weren't invited. How do you react?
Aren't they mostly rabbits and computer simulations? Start my own damn orgy.

>Would you rather
>A) Be your own grandparent through time travel shenanigans, or
>B) Fuck your genderbent self?
Eh, I'm off.
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No. 81459 ID: f12e94

Kallia, and anyone else that feels they are qualified to answer: What are your best pickup lines/pickup methods?
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No. 81476 ID: 1fbf8f

>>81438
Not exactly Story seeker when it comes to suaveness, are you?
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No. 81505 ID: d6410a

Reisarf & Stargazer:
was there any reason besides being different, that your hometown wanted to be rid of Stargazer? Anything that made her dangerous, or otherwise a hindrance?

or was it the staring?
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No. 81560 ID: cee89f

To any and all quest characters: Who would you want to play you (and/or voice you where appropriate) in a movie, assuming you couldn't do so yourself for whatever reason?

I'm leaning towards James Earl Jones for Wordblood, Sigorney Weaver for Zane, Nicholas Cage for Tory, either Arnold Schwarzenegger or Sean Connery for Radde, Tara Strong for Kairosa...
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No. 81590 ID: 3dd384

Dear Jasper's Dad, tell us why your school is better than that of Principal Entropy.

Dear Principal Entropy, same question.
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No. 81634 ID: 256d52
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81634

>Kallia, and anyone else that feels they are qualified to answer: What are your best pickup lines/pickup methods?
Lift with your knees, not your back! Expert technique: use golems.

>Not exactly Story Seeker when it comes to suaveness, are you?
We can't all be yappy midget lizardmen.
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No. 81635 ID: bac3b8

Zane, if the solars ever surrendered how would they be treated by the Alliance?
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No. 81638 ID: 256d52
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81638

>Reisarf & Stargazer:
>was there any reason besides being different, that your home town wanted to be rid of Stargazer? Anything that made her dangerous, or otherwise a hindrance?
They thought she was a bad omen. There are a lot of bad legends about the Far Ones. Some are true. There was a lot of destruction during the Cataclysm when the Deep Mother fell into the ocean. Many more are not. Stargazer doesn't make milk go sour or have a taste for children.

It boils down to starspawn do not fit cleanly into the world and they are not easy to communicate with.

>or was it the staring?
...I can't get her to understand that she gets a bit close sometimes.
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No. 81642 ID: c170fd

>>81638
Who is the Deep Mother?
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No. 81646 ID: 111b31
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81646

>WHAT IS A QUESTION YOU WOULD LIKE TO ANSWER, AND WHAT IS THE ANSWER?

"So, what are all these tile things on the base of the the walls in random houses you ask? Well, I originally wanted to be an architect before I got mired myself down in this mystical buisness, so I just happen to know the answer.

These are called 'showentiles' and have been in style for... almost a few hundred years. Sirius once indicated to me that they were initially adopted to repel some sort of evil he didn't elaborate on, but I'm pretty certain the fae don't have any problems with them.

Anyhow, whatever they 'were' for they are now primarily decoration and have a few rules about the etiquette of their proper installation; 'same colors should not touch... every color should be repeated as many times as is possible... straight edges instead of curves... no reflective surfaces... non-organic materials are not to be mixed with organic ones... probably some others I can't remember. This wall breaks a rule here, but intentional flaws are their own fashion I suppose."

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No. 81664 ID: ad6a81

>>81634
He's normal height for his race. Oh and btw, Don't you dare pick on Penji! She's a strong, independent female who doesn't need no man! Unless she wants one. In which case she's welcome to him!
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No. 81691 ID: b43a87

The Headmaster: The Bleak Academy is here for those of you who wish to complete your education, to transcend the lies-for-children School has taught you.


On attending you will join the Colloquium of Magi and begin the hard work of transcending mortality. Your body and mind and soul will be tested to and past the breaking point. It will be hard, it will hurt, it will confuse you, it will tempt your morals, it will obsess you.
It will break you.
And the cracks will come together, the holes between the shards of who you used to be will stand up, and take your place.
And then you will be ready for the real work. Some return to reality at this point, becoming integral parts of your world.


However, we also offer programs to those who would continue their education.

For those who build, we offer the College of Nightmare and War. In its horror filled halls you will learn to craft dream and fear into Weapons and Monsters. You will learn to test the world around you, and rend it into your raw materials.

For the researchers among you, we offer the College of Natural Philosophy. In its winding paths and mirrored halls, the search for the True Thing will good guide you past the petty lies and falsehoods that cling to existence. You will learn to love the world and hear its cries for mercy that you never knew.

For the moral theorists, for those who know the wrongs of the world, we offer the College of Emptiness and Dream. You will learn of the Void that was, and how have sinned against it. In the College's God wracked halls you will learn to not just transcend morality and mortality, but to feast off them, to plan the non-schemes of non-existence, to unweave the threads of unmaking.

Entropy I: You are my pupils. You will go to my School. I do not need to explain. If you decide to throw away your life in a petty imitation of rebellion, I will enjoy crushing it. Order /must/ be maintained.
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No. 81699 ID: fdaa1c

To Dale (and any other Book of Worms characters):
What would you say was your worst decision in the entirety of your adventure with the Book?
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No. 81725 ID: 6c6fbc

So say if I wanted to give a Tozol a... good time, how would I go about it? Anything not immediately obvious?

Questioning both sexes here.
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No. 81732 ID: 9a281a

Manewis!

Do androids dream of ninja tanuki?
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No. 81743 ID: 0b90a3
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81743

>>81699
>What would you say was your worst decision in the entirety of your adventure with the Book?

Dale
"Probably thinking killing myself would solve anything; I'm glad Beth showed up when she did. Other than that, running out and getting maced in the face, because OW."
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No. 81744 ID: 0b90a3
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81744

>>81699
>What would you say was your worst decision in the entirety of your adventure with the Book?

Beth
"I'm still not sure whether burning Radula's body was a good idea or not, but it was pretty satisfying."
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No. 81745 ID: 0b90a3
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81745

>>81699
>What would you say was your worst decision in the entirety of your adventure with the Book?

Oh, how did we end up here? Er...excuse us, but could someone give us directions? We took a left some time ago and are not sure if that was the right way.
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No. 81751 ID: 7e0def
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81751

>-You wake up in a bed in the middle of the night and badly need to use the bathroom, but the floor is covered in snakes. What do you do?
Fire.

>-what weapon or method would you choose to kill you, if you had the option?
Patiently waiting for me to die without actually interfering with me at all.

>-Give us your best/favorite Haiku
The fuck is a high koo?

>-There's an orgy involving all quest characters, but you weren't invited. How do you react?
Psh... I don't need any orgy. That's like going to an all you can eat buffet. Everything is lukewarm and mushy and you could have gotten what you actually wanted for the same price at a nicer restaurant. This is a good analogy, okay?

>-Would you rather A) Be your own grandparent through time travel shenanigans, or B)Fuck your genderbent self?
What's the benefit to A? I would have to be super sexy as a dude, so B would be much better.

>-Are you a man, or a slave?
I'm a girl, dumbass. Also, slave is almost like a steady job and I don't have one of those.

>-What color is your underwear?
Kind of beige, not that you really need to know.

>-WHY AM I ASKING SO MANY QUESTIONS?!
Because you're probably kind of sad and weird.

>-Would you rather: A) Be stabbed until you die by a penis B) Eaten by a vagina
Is this some kind of innuendo?

>-Would you rather: A) Own a Dragon mount? B) Have a jetpack?
Dragons are dicks, but I don't know what a jetpack is. If the dragon has to do what I say, I guess I'll take A.
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No. 81753 ID: 16903a

>>81751
>If the dragon has to do what I say, I guess I'll take A.
But which way would you "mount" it :3

Also if you ever met you genderbent self you would probably just recruit him for your adventures.
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No. 81756 ID: 05f838

pretty sure Rynh is already a genderbent version of herself.
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No. 81760 ID: cee89f

>Because you're probably kind of sad and weird.
Keep this up and you might make Captain someday, Corporal Obvious. What other insights do you have to my nature, oh great and wonderful alpha-dragon?

For all quest characters:
-Let's say you were caught in a groundhogs-day style scenario (where the same block of time, anywhere between a day and three days repeats in an endless loop until you accomplish some task). Assuming you didn't know already what would break the loop, what would you try first after realizing you were in said loop?

-What is your favorite type of spaceship?

For the military types out there:
-Consider your greatest advantage in your species' wars. Presume, for the sake of argument, that this advantage is rendered completely useless by the enemy force in some fashion. What do you do?

-When I say 'elite super spy' who or what comes to mind?

-Who in quest would you like to fight, either in a lethal or non-lethal scenario?

-What do you consider the best weapon you can bring to bear, and what is your personal favorite?
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No. 81766 ID: 256d52
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81766

>He's normal height for his race. Oh and btw, Don't you dare pick on Penji! She's a strong, independent female who doesn't need no man! Unless she wants one. In which case she's welcome to him!
Yes. His race of yappy, midget lizardmen. I don't know why you're having so much trouble with this.

For another thing, you seem to be carrying around a lot of excess baggage.

... Much like Penji.

And anyway, didn't she kiss that space-shark girl?
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No. 81768 ID: 7e0def
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81768

>>81766
What's that now? Maybe I couldn't hear properly over the sound of my own constant yapping.
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No. 81770 ID: 0ee153

>>81768
Sounds likely.
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No. 81773 ID: 30e06f

Rynh's dad:

How did you manage to raise a fire-breathing, supernaturally strong and durable daughter in a mostly wooden farming community?
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No. 81775 ID: 57a559

>>81768
Rynh you don't even count, you're like an angry tall fuzzy lizardlady that breaths fire.
You're not yappy at all!
Your boyfriend is the tiny yappy lizardman.
And your dad.
And your best girl friend.
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No. 81777 ID: b6178d

>>81745

Well, uh, you said so yourself. You took a left when you were trying to go the right way. See? See the problem there? No?

Bah, non-euclidean tourists.

That said, Dale, and company, now that you've given us your worst decisions, what were among the best and/or most surprising choices you made?
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No. 81784 ID: 7e0def
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81784

>>81773
You need to make sure your super powered children understand that they have to be responsible with their abilities, and if they get unruly, whack them over the head with a box wrench.
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No. 81792 ID: 57a559

So have you met someone between now and Rynhs mom? Or a few flings at least? Swing with Jehral's parents a few times?
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No. 81796 ID: 6e85c8
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81796

>>81732
>Do androids dream of ninja tanuki?

"Sadly, as an android, I do not sleep, thus am incapable of the standard phenomena of dreaming associated with it. As a side note, the passage of long stretches of time are quite 'mind numbing,' I believe would be the term a human would use for it, without sleeping."
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No. 81797 ID: 355cd0

>>81796

That's odd. Even personal computers tend to have a "sleep" mode. What do you do when you especially want to save power?
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No. 81827 ID: aef4c1

Wordblood: Does a being's True Name naturally change over time, as their personality and characteristics changes?
If so, what does this mean for True Name Oaths? (In particular, how will it affect Peregrin's Oath to Saulanna?)
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No. 81878 ID: 6e0170
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81878

>You wake up in a bed in the middle of the night and badly need to use the bathroom, but the floor is covered in snakes. What do you do?

I'll grapple on the ceiling with my combat tentacles and reach the bathroom
>Would you rather
A) Be your own grandparent through time travel shenanigans, or
B) Fuck your genderbent self?

the big boobed girl in the pic is my genderbent self...

>There's an orgy involving all quest characters, but you weren't invited. How do you react?

...I prefer humans, so meh, unless that girl with the sweater was in itIwill be pretty sad then... man I wonder how someone can describe those melons as modest...
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No. 82012 ID: a46bff

Anybody who wants to share their opinion: Tits or ass?
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No. 82069 ID: 6e85c8
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82069

>>82012

A-are either of those really that important?
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No. 82070 ID: dc4b80

>>82069

Don't worry a nice tail and some frills are just as nice.
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No. 82071 ID: 921be1

>>82069
Only if you care about getting romantic attention from mammals.
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No. 82073 ID: ec028e

>>82071
Well, As me being a mammal I wouldn't mind a nice tail, too^^
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No. 82076 ID: a32d59
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82076

>>82012
Tiiiiiiiits!

>>82069
Naaah! But they don't hurt either!
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No. 82082 ID: ca0da5

>>82069
Whisper, seeing as you are a female, and assuming you are heteroromantic, then it is certainly understandable that neither is so important to yourself. Which part of the body would you consider most important in a romantic or erotic way, for a potential partner? And which part of your body would you believe to be the most attractive in turn?
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No. 82083 ID: ca0da5

>>82076
Understood. However, it does bring up the question: Are you just for the ladies, or was that your answer as to which part of the female body is more attractive? If it is the latter, I am curious as to your attraction to males; see above question to Whisper.
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No. 82085 ID: dbe554

>>82076

So did that mean you enjoyed seeing Too-Many-Tits fight naked?
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No. 82096 ID: d15e22
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82096

>>82012
I am liking all parts of woman.
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No. 82097 ID: d15e22
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82097

>>82012
Ass. Yeah, definitely ass.
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No. 82099 ID: d15e22
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82099

>>82012
My people don't really have either of those! Now hips, mmm. MMMMYESSS.
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No. 82100 ID: d15e22
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82100

>>82012
Well. I USED to like a chest more than any other part!

But, uh, I don't have much of that kind of drive anymore. Because skeleton.
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No. 82101 ID: f4e1fa

>>82097
Safer how did you get SO CLASSY?
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No. 82117 ID: ddcac0
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82117

> What is the biggest thing you've ever punched?
"Vhas beeg bear wit mekanical bitz n stuff, come rush outa woods all "Woooarrggauuug!' an so'z I punch him rheal fast lihk. Knock zhe bitz out."

>what do you feel is your greatest achievement, and what is your personal favorite achievement?

I became me, vhas lot difficulting than hew tink, long jherney, 'ventures 'n stuff lihk dat."

>>82012
". . . Vhat vas question 'gain?"
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No. 82145 ID: b2d909
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82145

-Who in quest would you like to fight, either in a lethal or non-lethal scenario?

Half-Head: I would fight the Phase bear, i would kill the Phase bear and bring it to the science Caste, they would examine it and make its power's our's. Also i would fight it because Bear is a good fight..


-What is your favorite type of spaceship?

Korrok: Personally i like the rear thrust one's, where the ship is set up like a building with the engines under the basement. That way the thrust from the engines works against you simulating gravity.

And i dont care what Lolumalus says i like windows in space ships, space is cool and i wanna see it!
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No. 82146 ID: d15e22
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82146

>>82101
How? This isn't FROM anything-- It's all me, baby!
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No. 82155 ID: ca0da5

>>82146
>way to ask your own character a question nerd.png
Pfff.

Question to anybody: What's your favorite video game, and why?
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No. 82208 ID: dde635
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82208

>Let's say you were caught in a groundhogs-day style scenario (where the same block of time, anywhere between a day and three days repeats in an endless loop until you accomplish some task). Assuming you didn't know already what would break the loop, what would you try first after realizing you were in said loop?


Gwen: I would pray that the lady see's fit to guide me in my attempts to free myself from the loop, as well as offer a small prayer to Akatosh giving thanks for his miraculous intervention in my life.

I definatley would not use the loop to gain insane levels of power and install myself as empress of tamriel, The Night queen..
>>

OK we've talk about loving relationship stuff but.
To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?
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No. 82283 ID: c12703
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82283

>>82242

"Sorry, did you say something?"
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No. 82298 ID: 7e0def

>>82283
Kinda creepy there.
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No. 82329 ID: ca0da5

>>/quest/574310
GG (The Warrior), had you ever been on a date before going to the Monster Jam with Zach, regardless of species?

I've been trying to think up questions for this quest and frankly this is the only one that I can think of that wouldn't necessarily ruin the quest.
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No. 82356 ID: fd35b0

Zjaha:
Somewhat awkward, but I just realized we never actually learned the name of your lazy, porn-reading, vreener-infested, gorgana co-prisoner. What's her name?

What's-her-name:
What's your preferred soda?
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No. 82419 ID: 6e85c8
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82419

>>82082

I don't know ... I guess being strong enough to get a bunch of resources and protect them maybe? For body parts ... Oh jeez, maybe a thick strong tail?

I ... don't really know what part of my body would be most attractive. I guess as an adult female in good health my most erotic part would me my ... well ... you know.

>>82155

I like bubble bobble because the characters look like me.

>>82242

Oh gosh. Um ... This is an embarassing question.

I guess ... um ... that Rynh guy seems pretty strong and attractive ... I guess I wouldn't mind carrying his eggs ... oh geez
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No. 82420 ID: 6e85c8
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82420

>>81797
>What do you do when you especially want to save power?

NOBI units are designed with a POWER SAVE mode. When my POWER CELL is depleted, or I simply need to conserve power and am able to remain in one place for an extended period of time, I can shift into this mode. My system reroutes all power to keeping my CPU functioning, and my body shuts down. I remain acutely aware of my surroundings and... and the passage of time... while in this state. In the event of POWER CELL depletion, there is little I can do, attempting to reactivate my body would draw critical amounts of power away from keeping my CPU active and I would likely suffer a system failure which I believe would equate to "human death."
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No. 82421 ID: 50f149

>>82419
Well, to that "Rynh guy": How do you feel about her sexy "you know"? ^^
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No. 82422 ID: 57a559

>>82420
When you say passage of time, at what rate do you perceive time? It IS a dimension after all. Does it go slightly faster or slower? Or super faster? I imagine that since your body is mostly shut off by then, less power is going to your perceptions, which makes it go faster, but I may be wrong.
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No. 82443 ID: 7e0def
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82443

>>82419
Do I look like a guy to you? These aren't man hips. These are girl hips with girl parts! Look how fucking feminine I am!

Your race doesn't have tits! You should be more perceptive to this kind of thing! Damn!

>>82421
I have no idea.
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No. 82444 ID: e1609c

>>82443
>no nipples
haha rhyn has no nips
no nip rhyn
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No. 82445 ID: 0ee153

>>82443
Those look like man hips to me. Tell me, is it cold where you are or did you just lose the genetic lottery?
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No. 82446 ID: 57a559

Rynh, if you clearly see her thought bubble what you'll find is a guy with actually quite a feminine figure. She must think you're a feminine looking guy, because that totally looks like that guy is packing girl hips and she likes guys packing girl hips. I mean, look at that goin curvature. How she thinks your still a guy when she obviously notices your feminine anatomical make-up, I have NO idea. Must be your attitude.

This is NOT a place to shame tastes, Rynh. Shame on you.
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No. 82448 ID: 53548a

>>82444
No nip Rynh!
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No. 82450 ID: 6e85c8
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82450

>>82443

B-but the men I know have hips just as wide as the girls! I didn't know it was different for whatevers! I'm so sorry!

And I mean ... I thought ... well, that fuzzy mammal ladies were supposed to have tits.

and you also still have a really attractive tail
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No. 82452 ID: 410c24

>>82443
>>82450
Oh just get a strapon and everyone will be happy.

Dragon dildos solve everything, again.
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No. 82453 ID: 189a54
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82453

>>82452
Eheheheh, you know it...
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No. 82454 ID: ca0da5

>>82453
Oh, hey, Dallum's here.

To Dallum and/or Host: What are the standard views on non-heteroromantic relations and orientations? Dallum's personal view may be very, very lenient, but that does not mean that's the common view.
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No. 82455 ID: 95170a

>>82419
>>82443
>>82450
>>82452
I fap to all of this.
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No. 82456 ID: 4f0da9

>>82443
How does itq manage to catch you naked so frequently?
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No. 82457 ID: 0ee153

>>82456
I think he's a nudist. Or just a garden-variety pervert.
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No. 82458 ID: 189a54
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82458

>>82454
Mmf...the standard views on the thing? Ah, they're not too bad, it's really only thought of as aplagueonsocietycausedbyoneofthecruelestofdarkgods at most.
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No. 82464 ID: 9dd1ee

>>82443
Rynh you're underage, this kind of exhibitionism is inappropriate!
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No. 82465 ID: cee89f

>>82464
It's a little late for concerns like that. Wasn't there an entire ITQ thread that Rynh (and most of the characters here) stripped down for for some reason?
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No. 82488 ID: 933fc1

Nathan: you seem to know just about everyone by name despite being a socially anxious space nerd. Are you being friendly or is it part of, you know, the crazy?
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No. 82499 ID: a32d59
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82499

>>82242
>To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?

......Tom Hiddleston.. Don’t. Tell. ANYONE.

>>>82155
>What’s your favorite video game, and why?

“The Walking Dead,” for a number of reasons. I’m a real sucker for a well-constructed narrative, and it’s not every day you find one like that in a game! Your choices REALLY matter, and that level of player agency is, quite frankly, incredible. Its depth is impressive, its characters are complicated and interesting, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like it before.

Also, POC are hideously under-represented by the gaming industry, and Lee’s character is handled very well. So, props to Telltale for that. I really have to get around to Season 2 at some point. Clementine is awesome!
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No. 82502 ID: a32d59
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82502

>>82242
>To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?

Gosh, where do I begin? I mean, I dunno, I just never really thought about it! I never really have “plans” to fuck anyone! It just kinda happens, you know? Plus, I’ve never really met anyone who isn’t attractive at least a little bit, so it’s not even like I have a type or anything... Well, unless they’re assholes. Or if they’re, like, not interested in men, which is something I can totally respect and everything.

You know what? I think “who would you least like to fuck with no strings attached” would be an easier question. Can I just do that instead? Because it’s pretty much just straight dudes, lesbians, and people related to me. Oh, and people who are already in happy relationships that aren’t open and stuff. And I guess people who just don’t feel like it at the moment. And people who are jerks to me, because that’s a real turn-off.

Wait, what was the question again?
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No. 82504 ID: ca0da5

>>82502
The question was with no strings attached--As in, if they weren't in a relationship and were open to one, and didn't even have any preferences themselves. Whatever's necessary to eliminate to consider the strings severed.

Basically, who do you think is hot and wish you had a chance with, even if you wouldn't actually ask that wish from a Djinni.
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No. 82505 ID: a32d59
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82505

>>82453
I concur! That’s why I got one for every occasion.
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No. 82506 ID: a32d59
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82506

>>82242
>To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?

Ari....iiiiiaana. Yeah! Ariana. She’s the lead singer of a band I like. ...You’ve probably never heard of them...

>>82083
>Understood. However, it does bring up the question: Are you just for the ladies, or was that your answer as to which part of the female body is more attractive? If it is the latter, I am curious as to your attraction to males; see above question to Whisper.

Tits are great on dudes too!

>>82082
>And which part of your body would you believe to be the most attractive in turn?

Uh, that's really tough. I'm sexy all over!

>>82085
>So did that mean you enjoyed seeing Too-Many-Tits fight naked?

Yessssss...

>>82443
Niiiice. Just goes to show you don't always need tits!

But seriously... Rine? Rin? Ry-nuh? Uh, however you pronounce that... don't be so hard on her. It's an easy mistake to make y'know, sometimes you can't tell until people tell you, or you get their clothes off! ;)

>>82419
>I ... don't really know what part of my body would be most attractive. I guess as an adult female in good health my most erotic part would me my ... well ... you know.

Huh? What part? There are a lot of sexy parts on all kinds of people...

>>82450
>and you also still have a really attractive tail

I think you'd like Maurine...

>>82465
>It's a little late for concerns like that. Wasn't there an entire ITQ thread that Rynh (and most of the characters here) stripped down for for some reason?

There was? And I missed it?

>>82502
What about... Octopi?
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No. 82507 ID: a32d59
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82507

>>82504
Oh! Oh, man... That's such a weird question! Like, why would I want to eliminate things about people? If you can't respect someone exactly the way they are, you totally don't deserve to be getting in their pants!

Wow! This is so hard! I guess I would have to say...

Everyone?

Yes. That's my answer. The entire world. Every single living being. Though... If I can eliminate ANYTHING, then I can probably eliminate death, too. So... every being that has ever existed and ever will exist is probably my choice.

I would probably need to do several at a time, though, because this sounds like it could take an eternity! Literally! But, yep, that sure would be something!

>>82506
You're ADORABLE! Omigosh, I love your little mohawk and everything! I mean, I've never fucked an Octopus before, but I'd totally give it a try! You want my phone number or something? I mean, I kinda don't have a phone right now because I'm busy saving the multiverse or whatever. But we should definitely meet up some time!
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No. 82524 ID: b7018c
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82524

>To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?

Amy: Ysabel, from Ysabel!. I would just Wreck that.
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No. 82534 ID: dbe554

>>82506
Hey some non perverted questions Abbey:

Can you tell us about your world a bit? Like how the Good King came to be and the whole magical nudity fights came about.

Also how'd you meet your friends?
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No. 82535 ID: 95170a

Is there a general questdis thread where we can just talk about any quest?
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No. 82540 ID: 0ee153

>>82535
I remember one or two guys trying that. It failed because most of the quests people wanted to talk about already had their own threads established and there wasn't any real motive to switch to the new thread. The ones people didn't feel like discussing for whatever reason didn't get discussed.

If you want to talk about quests as a whole I think quest advice is generally where that goes.
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No. 82543 ID: ba8629

>>82535
I tried making one or two but they didn't catch on.

http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/51973.html

Also, you don't need a permit to make a thread. Just sayin'. If you think a thread should exist and it doesn't exist, you can just post it.
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No. 82546 ID: 65e647

Hey Tin! Do you have a dick?
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No. 82547 ID: 0ee153

>>82546
I think the last time she was asked anything remotely sexual she said he tail and her freakiness were all of her business and none of ours.

That said: Tin, do you have a vagina?
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No. 82548 ID: ca0da5

>>82547
Wait, which Tin are you guys talking about? There was a Tin just introduced in AWOL, so that's who I naturally thought the question was for. See, this is why any time I invite somebody new here I post a link to the thread.
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No. 82549 ID: 0ee153

>>82548
There was? Well shit. I thought it was the miklik Tin, since... non-neumono and all. Never mind my question, then.
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No. 82551 ID: ca0da5

>>82549
Well, I dunno. I think it still fits, since we don't know much about Tin at all yet. If he has any genitalia it would be a surprise that would be worth knowing about. Sort of. Interesting to know, at least.

Also, aren't Mikliks still Lagotrope's species? I think Behind the Ears is including all of his characters, not just the Neumono.
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No. 82573 ID: c5f6d2

>>82551
Oh hold on, I think this just became an occasion for some anti-furry bigotry. Since I'm a little bored anyway I'll oblige you.

Any who care to answer, what is too furry for you?
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No. 82574 ID: 0ee153

>>82573
>furry hate
>tgchan

Unless my memory has seriously failed me, tgchan was the furry alternative to /tg/ back when they were pretending to care about them.
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No. 82576 ID: c3ad33
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82576

>>80915
"This is Mr. Horrible Useless Nothing. He's my scapedoll. All djihihi receive a scapedoll as children; they are educational tools that teach us self-control and help reduce the rate of ..... inappropriate stinging. For example, if a child were to become irritated with a classmate, we are to sting or spur our scapedoll instead of the classmate in question. They're extremely effective in containing petty conflicts."

"Most djihihi keep their scapedolls well into adulthood due to how effective they are at encouraging appropriate behavior. In fact, they reduce rates of djihihi violence so thoroughly that in correctional facilities and prisons like the one I have been WRONGFULLY AND UNLAWFULLY CONDEMNED TO FOR NO REASON, djihihi are allowed to bring their scapedoll despite most bans on personal effects because scapedolls so consistently lower our rates of violence against others."

"Also, he is EXTREMELY soft and he smells good."
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No. 82577 ID: 3b3540

>>82576

That's... strangely adorable in a completely unrelatable sense.

What's your favorite food? If uh, you can actually enjoy that sort of thing.
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No. 82582 ID: 0ee153

>>82577
Sounds likely she can, since she can enjoy smells and smell is linked with taste.

Actually, is smell linked with taste for you? Can you enjoy textures of food or is that too silly for your race?
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No. 82589 ID: 50338d

>>82576
He doesn't need repair or a patch job after all the jabbing? Does he get gross and need to be washed after all the venom you keep pumping into him? Or is it antiseptic and the reason he smells so nice?
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No. 82650 ID: c5f6d2

>>82574
>Unless my memory has seriously failed me, tgchan was the furry alternative[...]
Why do you hate jokes so much? Don't explain jokes, it kills them. :(
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No. 82651 ID: ac14c0

That wasn't even why tgchan started. It was because janitors were deleting quest threads on /tg/, furry or not.
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No. 82652 ID: 0ee153

>>82650
Oh. I thought jokes were supposed to be funny. Mea culpa, I guess.
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No. 82658 ID: c5f6d2

>>82652
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-humor

Alright then, if nobody wants to answer the one about what's too furry for them, how about, "What's your favourite anti-joke?"
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No. 82659 ID: 189a54
File 140332058258.jpg - (335.41KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 3 Dammadamamadanmadamn.jpg )
82659

>>82658
Oh, I got a good one. So, I'm in a place with six guys who look a bit like me, and one of them says to me "What the hell is wrong with you?" And then I blast him through his stomach and run. Hahahah!

But wait, it's not really anti-humor if I find it funny, is it...? Darn, I messed up. Bah, who cares, I still liked it.

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No. 82660 ID: 7e5f23

Dallum, do you often get mistaken for a prostitute?
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No. 82661 ID: 189a54
File 140332514968.jpg - (114.06KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 4 Damalamadamn dong damn.jpg )
82661

>>82660
Of course not, that would be embarrassing and ridiculous and there's absolutely no way that would ever be a common thing that happens to me! Uff, where would you even get the idea!
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No. 82703 ID: 16903a

Kensuyata: Since you mentioned weird furry porn would be regular porn to you, what type of porn do you schlik to?
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No. 82721 ID: 00b2db

Jasper thinks hard for a long time.

"These are weird."

"Does 'What do you call a blind seer? My girlfriend you insensitive jerk!' coun't? I mean shes not blind yet.."
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No. 82722 ID: 00b2db

> All quest characters: paper or plastic?

Plastic, its shiny!
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No. 82723 ID: 00b2db

> Hey the nuke there got me thinking. How well do the tougher species like Tozols and Neumono react to radiation poisoning? Any other species is also welcome to chime in.

Neutrons are good for me! Can't really find them out side of me or mom much though..
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No. 82800 ID: 6e85c8
File 140358451366.png - (333.60KB , 800x800 , ITQBlanket.png )
82800

>>82452
>>82455
>>82505

...

I ... uh ...... I don't ........ ummmmmmmmmmmmmmm

>>82506

>Huh? What part? There are a lot of sexy parts on all kinds of people...

You know ... my ... um ... you know, lady parts ... oh jeez

>I think you'd like Maurine...

But isn't she, well, you know ... a girl?
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No. 82801 ID: 0ee153

>>82800
So is no-nip Rynh, at least in theory, and you don't seem to mind that. Actually, now that I think of it, do you?
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No. 82831 ID: 65e647

>>82548
This guy:
http://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/src/140296061503.png
from this quest:
http://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/566374.html#i566374
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No. 82832 ID: 6e85c8
File 140363172258.png - (16.96KB , 600x600 , Manewis pout.png )
82832

>>82422
>When you say passage of time, at what rate do you perceive time?

As stated prior, I remain acutely aware of my surroundings. I perceive time passing at the normal rate. However, it is my understanding that while the island is not in phase with reality, the passage of time is convoluted. It was 100 years ago, as far as I perceived, since Momotaro Unit began its ill-fated operation on the island and I was left stranded with a near dead POWER CELL, forced to watch my former squad mates wither and rot over the coming following century. I have no idea how long it has been in real-space since my departure a century ago.
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No. 82833 ID: 6e85c8
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82833

>>82703
>what type of porn do you schlik to?

Wow, rude. That's not really a question you generally ask a lady, man. What I do with my private time at a computer is my own business. As for the "weird furry porn" remark, I mostly pointed that out cause, let's face it, I'm kind of a weird furry, aren't I?
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No. 82834 ID: bb78f2

>>82833
Would it be much more acceptable to ask which porn you like? I mean, of course it would by standards, but would it be more likely to get an answer? I mean, it isn't THAT rude of a question between friends. Though it might have to require the friends to be drunk and all having a nice old time.
Like, some lady friends talk about how one likes BBC, or Emo dudes, or gay dudes, or Big Black Emo Gay dudes.
I mean, are there some cases where it's a legitimate and friendly curiosity Kensuyata?
Hey Ken and Manwis, are you lips sealed on the porn you like?

You know what, fuck it. Anyone willing to answer, what porn types do you like?
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No. 82839 ID: 189a54
File 140363879120.jpg - (419.84KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 5 dadadadadamn.jpg )
82839

>>82833
Hey heyyyyy, I see the lady looking up them BBBs! How 'bout you get after the real thing, huhhhh?~
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No. 82844 ID: f9d06f
File 140364647960.png - (1.17MB , 825x546 , Aiuskill.png )
82844

>what weapon or method would you choose to kill you, if you had the option?

Orbital Vaporization. Only way to be sure.
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No. 82845 ID: f9d06f
File 140364657153.png - (419.41KB , 810x546 , Naokowoman.png )
82845

>Are you a man, or a slave?

Naoko: A man Chooses, A slave obeys, A woman clubs them both and takes over.
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No. 82866 ID: 7f4fdd

Is that...
>Hatoful Boyfriend
in your comp?
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No. 82875 ID: 3d1a0c

>>82833
You're right, I'm sorry that was rude. And you strike me as more of a romance novel type of girl.
And you're not a weird furry ..... well not THAT kind of weird.
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No. 82925 ID: e4ce2b

>>82576

If I can ask, how did it go when djihihi contacted other species for the first time? I wonder, see, because your species' stated genders don't quite match up with the definitions of the sexes human biologists use, so I'm imagining a situation where someone came along and you saw their language's pronouns and were collectively like 'yes that one that is what we are' and they went 'uhh ok if you insist'.

Any particularly interesting or saucy first contact stories in general, actually? Regarding any race?
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No. 82935 ID: f0a5e4

>>82844
Thermonuclear or Antimatter?
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No. 82945 ID: f9d06f
File 140380753040.png - (2.04MB , 819x2265 , contact.png )
82945

[[[i just noticed she looks leik a tyranid... i'll rethink the color scheme...]]]

>Any particularly interesting or saucy first contact stories in general, actually? Regarding any race?


Lolumalus: First contact is always interesting, its also extremely hard to do, Arrive to early and your worshiped as a god, be to impressive and you overwrite the culture with a piss poor copy of your own, miss a single virus or bacteria in your decontamination protocol and you might wipe the whole species out..

For those reasons we don't really Do face to face first contacts in the Council, instead we have to ways of doing it. the first is placing a beacon on the planets moon that activates when they land on it, broadcasting a message of welcoming to all ready to receive it. the second way, my personal favorite, is to construct a primitive craft, fill it with technology just a little higher then the inhabitants level and a few obviously alien corpses then crash it right into the planet, preferably somewhere it cant be concealed or ignored.

This way solves all problems neatly, its hard to believe them gods when they plow right into a planet, there's no cultural artifacts to contaminate the culture and no pesky bacteria to kill everyone.

The only problem we cant solve is first contact when the species has gained interstellar travel, after the second lifeless solar system they start thinking they are truly alone in the universe, a thought that causes intense damage to there growing world view often leading to paranoia or megalomania. A prime example of this is when my people first encountered the human's on the edge of there territory, eager to talk to the first life we had met since the Alvari, we rapidly approached without warning or hailing, the humans assumed we meant to attack and opened fire. Fortunately once we disabled the ship we where able to convince them of our true intention's and have been close allies since.

As for Saucy, well the closest thing i can rember is when humanity was informed of the discovery of a mono-gendred race of female feline like bi-peds, their media's response was i believe recorded as "Me gusta!" and a flood of imaginative predictions of what they looked like appeared on the extranet. when the first images of the specie's appared you could almost hear the sound of billions of hands recoiling from genitals in horror..
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No. 82949 ID: d8a627

>when the first images of the specie's appared you could almost hear the sound of billions of hands recoiling from genitals in horror..
I wonder how many did just the opposite. Humans can be pretty deviant compared to what their interests should be for the survival of their species.
How many species have been found to have such a lack of self-preservation? How many species have at least reached the space age before being found by other extraterrestrial entities?
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No. 82951 ID: 53ba34

>>82949
indeed, there is probably a group that still wants to bone the real ones. probably one that wants to bone you giant snail people too, probably a group for each species, with some overlaps.
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No. 83080 ID: 5c2478

Stefan: Lung cancer is of no concern to you, but what about the cigarette smoke staining your bones? Surely keeping it up long enough would tarnish your pearly-white complexion.
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No. 83283 ID: 644d1d
File 140441771496.png - (2.35MB , 1629x1136 , life.png )
83283

>How many species have been found to have such a lack of self-preservation? How many species have at least reached the space age before being found by other extraterrestrial entities?

Lolumalus: About a third of all known sentient life was encountered having reached the level of Lesser race, by which i mean possessing space travel and at least one extra-solar colony. Fifty percent where discovered in a state comparable to the information age or higher, and fifteen percent where found in a state below the industrial age for one reason or another.

As for self preservation, the Aius have none what so ever, as long as it benefits the hive and species as a whole they will gladly tear themselves appart, this combined with the sheer number of them makes for some.. Interesting battle tactics, such as forming a ramp of thier own corpses allowing them to run up it and hit the defenders with a missile..
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No. 83290 ID: 2a90ce

>>83283
This leads me to imagine something like this:
"Sir, we are suffering from overpopulation again."
"Obviously, there's only one solution: LET'S GO TO WAR! FULL ZERG RUSH TACTICS, WE HAVE RESERVES!!!"
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No. 83291 ID: 644d1d

>>83290
Its more
"here are too many of us" !/3rd of the Aius tear own throats out, remaining Aius begin eating the bodies "Now there is more then enough food for all"
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No. 83330 ID: df793f
File 140459429344.png - (8.17KB , 400x300 , gamuchitq.png )
83330

Jody, is this the thing?

It's shiny, and look there are little peoples in here

No this is not, but I need to look for a waypoint or something to find a bearing. You two wait here

Okies!!
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No. 83335 ID: ef7fd2

>>83330
[an advertisement for toothpaste pops in]
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No. 83336 ID: 9b57d3

>>83330
I thought ITQ involved answering questions, or asking them.
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No. 83339 ID: df793f
File 140460406967.png - (7.60KB , 400x300 , gamuchitq2.png )
83339

Oh they do speak

Questions?

Gamuch can answer questiones!!!
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No. 83340 ID: d8a627

>>83336
Sometimes the audience doesn't think they can ask a question to characters who haven't been shown to be inside the Inside The Quest yet, so authors occasionally just answer a random question or just show their characters appearing inside the Inside The Quest.

Hey, Gamuch, what kind of treats does Papa give you?
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No. 83343 ID: df793f
File 140460739475.png - (7.26KB , 400x300 , gamuchitq3.png )
83343

MY PAPA GIVES ME ALL THE GOOD TREATS, some of them are chewy some are gooey some are crunchy but my favrit are the orange thingies that are sorta crunchy and have little green things at the end.

mama only gives me them small lumpy crunch treats and some wet icky meat in my bowl...
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No. 83348 ID: 6b7ea4

gamuch! what is yr favorite song
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No. 83350 ID: df793f
File 140461784266.png - (7.50KB , 400x300 , gamuchitq4.png )
83350

song, what is song?

OH OH I KNOW, my favrit song is this one, about me!

~GAMUCH IS GREAT, YES I AM, GAMUCH IS SO GREAT PAPA WILL WAKE UP AND GIVE GAMUCH ALL THE LOVE IN THE WORLD, LA LA LA, GAMUCH SAVE PAPA~

oh yeah, mama songs better though
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No. 83494 ID: bb78f2

So all quest characters's
Top or Bottom?
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No. 83495 ID: 189a54
File 140500901314.png - (154.79KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 6 Dayum Dayum Damn.png )
83495

>>83494
Ehehehehe, let's just say that in Dale relationships the smarter person is usually in charge...
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No. 83496 ID: 189a54
File 140500950492.png - (116.11KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 7.png )
83496

>>83494
Being supernatural you get to switch things up in some fun ways. I prefer being Side or Diagonal, myself.
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No. 83564 ID: 53548a
File 140525090332.png - (23.95KB , 1200x900 , kassandra-itq.png )
83564

>>81287
>What's the most annoying thing you have to deal with on a regular basis?

I was recently launched into space, which is a pretty different environment than on the ground, so I can't say I have encountered anything annoying that I would classify as happening on a regular basis.

If push came to shove, though, I would say 'the pounding in my skull.'

>>82242
>To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?

I have a boyfriend, but hypothetically? Pike. Or Bangles, if I were into that.

>>82834
>Anyone willing to answer, what porn types do you like?

Written. I find it more engaging, and as a bonus it's easier to hide.
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No. 83583 ID: 6ec717
File 140537819337.png - (204.57KB , 266x452 , naoko.png )
83583

>Top or Bottom?

Naoko: Bottom, i know it dosen't match up with the whole Butch thing ive got going on, but like it when a woman takes charge in bed.
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No. 83636 ID: 6e85c8
File 140554417755.png - (28.42KB , 600x600 , KensuGashapon.png )
83636

>>82834
>Hey Ken..., are you lips sealed on the porn you like?

Geeze, ok, I'm into dudes, I guess, if that's what you're after. I mean, a lot of girls on the main land grew up with a thing for bishie-lookin' guys, you know?

>>82866
>Is that... Hatoful Boyfriend in your comp?

Hey, it is really hard to find one of these kind of games where you play as a girl and talk to boys. I gotta take what I can get.

>>82875
>You're right, I'm sorry that was rude. And you strike me as more of a romance novel type of girl.
And you're not a weird furry ..... well not THAT kind of weird.

Thank you.
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No. 83639 ID: bb78f2

>>83636
Wrong Ken, Ken! I meant Ryu who is also Ken. That Ken. Should I call you Kensu for short or Kenny? Should I call him Ryuken or KenKen or Kenny Kenny Fo Fenny?

Not that I also didn't ask you though, because I did, so thanks.

Also why is that Paladin in one of the tgchan character ball machine when I figure that would be in the tgchan artist ball machine? Or are characters and artists part of the same line?
Clearly a question for maintenance.

Question for TGChan Arcade Maintenance Crew and/or corporate lawyers, hello and how are you? In your brand ball machines and toy lines, are artists and characters on separate lines and machines? Is there a Trading Card Game in the works? If so, will the artists be like the trainer cards of Pokemon or a part of the combative card sets, or will artists and characters both cover the support card sets along with I imagine items?
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No. 83650 ID: 1f8505

>>83636

Where can I find one of those TGchan bubble toy machines?
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No. 83652 ID: 9ddf68

>>83636
where the hell are you?
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No. 83667 ID: 74f028

>>83636
ooo which one did you get, do you have others?
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No. 83712 ID: ccd544

question for Firebeard:

Could you somehow draw magical power from a land filled with massive amounts of natural fire?

e.g. a coal mine fire:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coal_seam_fire
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centralia_mine_fire
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No. 83826 ID: 59295a

>>83636
GASP! What'a catch! Hrm, what's up with the look of disappointment? That has gotta be one of the most coolio figures you could get, yo.
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No. 83899 ID: 276edd

Shera: How's Jail?
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No. 83906 ID: 0acb3a

>>/quest/83822

Doug: Do YOU like Huey Lewis and the News?

How about their hit single, "It's Hip to Be Square"?
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No. 83927 ID: e66b79

Rynh: How did Jehral perform?

Jehral: Same question.
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No. 83962 ID: 557bac
File 140598993294.png - (70.91KB , 600x363 , itq1.png )
83962

>>83906
>Doug: Do YOU like Huey Lewis and the News? How about their hit single, "It's Hip to Be Square"?

"Ugh, I'll never forgive 80's pop music for what it did to brass instruments. No, the only 'band in a buisness suit' from the 80's I enjoy is the Talking Heads."

"I'm more of a Jazz-man myself. Give me a good St. James Infirmiry any day of the week and I'll be happy."

"When you're smilin', when you're smilin'
The whole world smiles with you
When you're laughin', when you're laughin'
The sun comes shinin' through"
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No. 83970 ID: bb78f2

What about Micheal Jackson? Or even the Jackson Five? Are they a band in a business suit or something else entirely?
Hmm, I take it you also don't like the Beatles?
Is Louis Armstrong a good jazz singer or a generic jazz singer?
Hmm, is R&B Jazz? How about Martin Gaye?
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No. 83982 ID: 53548a

>>83962
What about the 60's, Doug? You like the Animals?
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No. 83985 ID: d8a627

>>83962
Huh, you play? I'm curious now.

@Anyone: What instruments are you fluent in, how did you become fluent, and did you take a music class to be able to play in concerts?
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No. 83989 ID: 265534
File 140603027371.png - (56.75KB , 424x278 , recoveryward.png )
83989

>Rynh: How did Jehral perform?
I'm still pretty beat up, but his performance is good enough to make me feel better... a couple times. We're probably one of the most populous races for a reason. Which reminds me, I need to dislodge him at some point and find that bracelet.

>Jehral: Same question.
Steel vise made of fire, but in a good way. I might not live through this, but I regret nothing.
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No. 83990 ID: 189a54
File 140603299884.png - (160.48KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 1 Toot.png )
83990

>>83985
Er, I don't know if I'd call myself very good but I can hold a tune alright on the flute. I started learning when my father passed--I guess playing his old instrument was sort of my way to keep close to him. Plus Otu really likes people who can play instruments so that was a good reason to learn too...

I haven't gone to a university or anything for it but I played in a couple of my town's festivals before, if that counts as a concert.
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No. 83992 ID: 53548a

>>83989
Wait, you used protection, right?
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No. 83998 ID: e66b79

>>83989
>Steel vise made of fire, but in a good way.

Like you were a hot chunk of metal forged in the mighty furnaces of love, emerging as a sword?
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No. 84001 ID: 6d3b18

>@Anyone
>Gets answered by a literal @ simple.
Pfffffffhahaha.
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No. 84004 ID: 53548a

>>84001
More amusingly, that's a legit real quest character.

Why are you answering ITQ instead of updating, Darquando?
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No. 84009 ID: 6e85c8
File 140604926866.png - (31.13KB , 600x600 , Kensuyata Gashapon Collection.png )
84009

>>83650
>>83652
>where the hell are you?

It's a Gashapon Station. They're all over the cities on the Mainland.

>>83639
>are artists and characters on separate lines and machines? Is there a Trading Card Game in the works?

The artists are the new series. They're currently on series 7, I think, and just put them in the same machines as all the previous series just to make it harder to actually collect them all, I'm sure. I haven't heard anything about a card game yet though.

>>83667
>ooo which one did you get, do you have others?
>>83826
>Hrm, what's up with the look of disappointment?

I've been trying to get the new series, but I've only managed to get 2 of the artists, one I really didn't want, and then just a whole bunch's repeats of this guy.
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No. 84010 ID: 189a54
File 140604927614.png - (122.26KB , 1024x768 , ITQ 2 Oops.png )
84010

>>84001
Glad you find me funny, I guess--

>>84004
W-what? No reason, I'm not procrastinating or anything, really! Um, uh.... Uh, why are you answering ITQ instead of updating?!
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No. 84013 ID: 53548a

>>84009
Hey, one of those seems to have fallen off into the bin. That looks like a first series, too, you'd better pick it up before something so valuable gets swept out with the trash.
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No. 84015 ID: bb78f2

>>84009
Hmm, is that Rynh you have there classic Rynh or reboot Rynh? Imagine both are parts of separate series.
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No. 84016 ID: cee89f

>>83989
why do people ask questions like this...

>>84009
*gasp* IS THAT ZANE?! GIMME GIMME!!

*does the thing!*

......

huh. Well, I got Askalaff. With glow-in-the-dark tattoos. Not bad.

Zane: How do you feel about being a toy in a game like this?
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No. 84017 ID: d8a627

>>84013
Pretty sure that's the Series 7 she didn't want... Still, it's a good idea to keep it rather than junking it. Just.... Stick it at the back or something. It's just there in case somebody wants to trade. Somebody might actually like it. The world's full of crazies.
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No. 84023 ID: 126087
File 140607507652.png - (157.24KB , 596x980 , itq.png )
84023

> @Anyone: What instruments are you fluent in, how did you become fluent, and did you take a music class to be able to play in concerts?

BAILEY: Violin! Or...I mean, I used to play. For years I wanted to be a musician, like, professionally. But then I got sick and practicing started being painful and stuff so I had to give it up.

JACK: I can play the guitar a bit. Never had any lessons or anything, I had to figure it out for myself.
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No. 84028 ID: bb78f2

Hey Quest character's, who's your OTP of other quests?
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No. 84042 ID: 1f8505

>>84009

Looks like you got a couple duplicates there.

Wanna trade?
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No. 84043 ID: 53548a

To anyone/all quest characters: If you had to team up with someone to fight crime, who would you choose? Doesn't have to be in the same quest.
>>
No. 84048 ID: 5af07b

>>83989
If you're still going, don't let me bother you: have fun, kids, however long it takes to burn out your (draconic) kobold stamina!

Once you're done, though... If you could change anything from your partner's body, what would it be?
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No. 84049 ID: 2cc14c

>>83989
>To Rynh
Did his, uh, rather generous endowement cause any trouble? Since as I've understood this was your first time and all...

>To Jehral
Do you feel any more sympathetic towards your parent's wishes of having children with her now?

>To both
Was it anywhere close like how you'd fantasized it'd be?
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No. 84053 ID: cff877

To anyone: What's the most adorable thing you've heard your lover say in bed?
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No. 84064 ID: 2cc14c

Sika: Was it your mom or dad's idea to name you a pig? 'Cuz that's what your name means.

Gnoll: Are you a Finn?
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No. 84065 ID: 0ee153

>>84064
Gnoll put his location on the map thread. Unless it's changed, he lives in Ontario.
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No. 84069 ID: 6cf573

How do you all feel, that somewhere out there, there is probably porn of you, or at least one person has masturbated to the thought of you?
>>
No. 84072 ID: 0ee153

>>84069
Seriously, man?
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No. 84074 ID: cff877

>>84072
I find that question perfectly legitimate.
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No. 84079 ID: 189a54
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84079

>>84069
Er, it's a bit of a compliment, I guess? Nobody around here really finds me attractive...it's a little weird to think about but the thought that somebody somewhere would like me like that is a little flattering, I think...
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No. 84101 ID: 2cc14c

>>84079
I think you're beautiful.
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No. 84111 ID: bb78f2

Hey Sev, is it possible for you agents to become robots like Sara in any way? Would you consider taking such an offer if presented to you? Would their be advantages? Disadvantages (like losing all your cool hacking abilities from those injections)?

Wait, question for Sara, if you were an agent like Penelope or Sev, could you theoretically take one of their upgrades and get cool skills like they do or are those upgrades for the mostly organic only? Would you like to become an ultra badass like Sev the Hacker and Penelope the Shinobi? Not that you already aren't, but... well, nothing like power, eh?
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No. 84123 ID: 45b88d
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84123

>@Anyone: What instruments are you fluent in, how did you become fluent, and did you take a music class to be able to play in concerts?

Piedro: Well, I can play the Beinika! Not many people know, but my mom's from Ara. The Beinika is a traditional instrument from there; there are many variations, but my mom taught me the how to play the 7-comb Beinika. I'm not sure if I can play good enough for a concert, but Duke always said that I can borrow his Beinika and play at his place.
Anyways, here is a song my mom taught me!

Rancicing ja ikono,
Rancicing ja sanaya,
Dodemo ikono eri rancicing,
Joro an dorang!
Rancicing, yey!


translation to english:
Fishing is important,
Fishing is fun,
But important to fishing,
(is) hook and bait!
Fishing, yay!
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No. 84134 ID: 929b03

>>84123
wHAT THATS SO CUTE
piedro, can yuou even fish? and is duke from ara too?
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No. 84139 ID: 186341
File 140633411847.png - (7.93KB , 960x540 , answer1.png )
84139

>>84111
i'd love a robot body.
they cost an obscene amount of money to buy and for upkeep, though. moldies are a lot cheaper. our organic makeup means we're hardier, we can coexist with normal humans without the need for specialized facilities or charging stations, and there's no lag.
see robots you get a split second between thought and action that isn't present when the brain is still hooked up to just the meat. on a day-to-day level you'd hardly notice it but when it comes to the kind of stuff bureau agents do you want to be as fast as you can. also shell upgrades are a lot more plentiful and modular than robotic modifications and such.

i'd still love a robot body.

>>84043
that rynh lady has a lot of fun and fights pretty good and probably doesn't have to worry about her kidneys going on the fritz and her pee turning black. i'd hang out with her.

>>84069
ha! as if anyone would
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No. 84140 ID: 186341
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84140

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No. 84141 ID: 186341
File 140633414757.png - (66.75KB , 960x540 , answer3.png )
84141

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No. 84158 ID: eb959a

Sorry sev-three, its mandatory.
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No. 84165 ID: bb78f2

Sev-three, you really shouldn't count us though, since we matter less to you.

Just google moldy porn in your universe and tell us how many hits. Wait, fuck, either you're going to find out what some of your coworkers do in their offtime or what retired badass guy does...
Or pick up some porn regarding actual mold.
I'm too curious Sev, do it do it do it do it
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No. 84169 ID: 53548a

>>84139
>see robots you get a split second between thought and action
...But thoughts don't control your limbs. I mean, try it, think "move my arm." Bioelectrical nerve impulses move your limbs. And you already have a delay there, quite a significant one, since nerve impulses move 3x slower than sound. Since robots can do things faster and better than humans in real life, you'd think that robots would actually have slightly faster reaction times, because they'd be using straight-up electricity instead of electrochemical reactions (assuming you used a material with a high dielectric constant and kept it from overheating). Anyway, it's not like when you get a cochlear implant you hear things a second slower than anyone else.
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No. 84172 ID: 186341
File 140642291590.png - (14.79KB , 960x540 , answer4.png )
84172

>>84169
thoughts, impulses, i don't know. there's robot lag. i'm not a brain surgeon and neither are you. probably.

>>84165
it exists. the use of reconstituted assets as sex workers is illegal but since when has that stopped anyone? most of the time you can just tell the porn stars are humans in like corpse makeup.

um

or so i've heard.
the problem is that only the bureau has the tech to bring a person back mostly intact. they're lobotomized labor most places. so reanimating a dead person to fuck it is really really gross. you find them sometimes, though, in the seedy desperate places of the planet.
which these days is most of it.

euch.
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No. 84236 ID: 761017

>>84169
the reaction time he is talking about is "thought processing".

Human thinking is non-robotic, so robot bodies have to dedicate a good deal of processing power for any given task to "simple" neural simulation to better emulate and translate the request into the action as it is intended and vise-versa.

Modlies avoid this by letting neurons simulate themselves (aka "hardware acceleration" or "ASIC computing") instead of trying to "reinvent the wheel" molecule by molecule just to allow human minds to function and react appropriately.

AI though, AI can do all the super-fast robot stuff that you are talking about, because AI can talk directly with their sensors and appendages and calulate what outputs to feed to the various motors to create the appropriate response as determined by the AI.
The downside is that AI are ahuman personalities, making them difficult to work with if empowered with a robot body; backdoors tend to ruin the "AI" advantage because the AI then is susceptible to mental bloicks and glitches in operation due to this backdoor into their firmware conflicting with self-optimiatization/adaptation sytems.
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No. 84237 ID: bb78f2

Oh wow that's sad

Sev, what's your top googles?
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No. 84243 ID: ea5f60

>>84236
Except that, as far as I know, robot bodies still have human brains in them, so no, there's no thought processing delay. 73 is talking about a delay between the brain firing off nerve signals and the body actually carrying them out.
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No. 84262 ID: cff877

Rynh: How're you keeping that door shut by yourself? I'm living under the impression that those Neumono things are pretty strong.
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No. 84265 ID: 2fd516

>>84262
It's barred too.
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No. 84266 ID: 186341
File 140660453390.png - (10.16KB , 960x540 , answer5.png )
84266

>>84237
ummm you probably don't need to see my search history
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No. 84267 ID: bb78f2

Oh, sure Sev, I respect your privacy.

This gives me an idea that I shouldn't just ask you about the googles. I should ask everybody.

Every quest character that can google, what's your top googles?
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No. 84277 ID: e5e5e0

>>84266

>Scissor Sisters

My DAWG

Who knew bureau agents had such good taste in music.
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No. 84293 ID: 9dd1ee
File 140669896540.png - (75.00KB , 400x400 , Zane36.png )
84293

>Zane: How do you feel about being a toy in a game like this?

It's not really a new thing I've been made into dozens of toys back on my homeworld, like this "action-master Zane toy" they always get the proportions off though . . . oh well the kids probably don't care.

>Hey Quest character's, who's your OTP of other quests
Musashi and Manewis, proud noble warriors, who's love could truly blossom if not for the cruel trick of fate that placed them on opposing sides, a love tragedy for the ages.

>To anyone/all quest characters: If you had to team up with someone to fight crime, who would you choose? Doesn't have to be in the same quest.
Saulanna Rockblossom, people blame our kind for so many crimes, it's up to us to set the record straight and put those who give us a bad name behind bars.

>How do you all feel, that somewhere out there, there is probably porn of you, or at least one person has masturbated to the thought of you?
People idolize celebrities, we represent the ideals of our society. we are perfection in the eyes of our people. It is only natural to desire us.

>>83989
get a room you weak blooded exhibitionists!
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No. 84294 ID: f839a9

>get a room you weak blooded exhibitionists!
They did! It's hardly their fault we barged in past the shut door and walls of reality.
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No. 84295 ID: ef7fd2

Dear fantomas-guy-that-got-his-face-cut-off:
why in the heck did you join the fantomas, with their reputation for getting eaten alive by everyone else,their grandmothers, and their grandmother's lapdogs?
And followup question, how do you feel about how your body is being put to use?
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No. 84296 ID: 186341
File 140670002647.png - (29.78KB , 960x540 , answer6.png )
84296

>>84295
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No. 84297 ID: ef7fd2

>>84296
Rude.
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No. 84298 ID: cee89f

To any and all astranians: Do you prefer axes or swords and why? Is one or the other favored by your species as a whole, or is it split about even?

To any and all quest characters:
-What is your favorite weapon that you have never carried?
-Who is your favorite character in the quest line-up that ISN'T from your particular quest?
-Who is your most HATED character in the quest line-up that isn't from your particular quest?
-Who is the sexiest character in the quest line-up that isn't blah blah blah you've read this twice already

To any pacifist characters: Do you find it odd that the word pacifist means 'nonviolent' but also has the word 'fist' in it?

>>84293
>get a room you weak blooded exhibitionists!
They already did.

Bow-chicka-bow-wow

>Saulanna Rockblossom, people blame our kind for so many crimes, it's up to us to set the record straight and put those who give us a bad name behind bars.
..............

OH GOD YES
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No. 84318 ID: 265534
File 140677813833.png - (47.43KB , 368x322 , ITQ.png )
84318

>>84293
Geez... Somebody's old and bitter is showing. Is the bubble hat for containing all your unwarranted self-importance?

>Rynh: How're you keeping that door shut by yourself? I'm living under the impression that those Neumono things are pretty strong.
That never actually happened for one, and I'm crazy strong for two.

>Did his, uh, rather generous endowement cause any trouble? Since as I've understood this was your first time and all...
It's fine. No problems. The only reason anything might hurt is because I'm all busted up.

>Was it anywhere close like how you'd fantasized it'd be?
All these awkward personal questions. Everything is going okay, orgasm wise.
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No. 84325 ID: 27ba4a

>Everything is going okay
IS! It's still going on!

anyway, to all quest characters present and past, which is your favorite quest current/past/dead?

also Zane, has any criminal or traitor asked for you to be their executioner?
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No. 84326 ID: 53548a

>>84318
Is that your O-face? Kinda weird-looking.
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No. 84330 ID: e66b79

>>84318
>Everything is going okay,
>is going

Damn it, you guys have ridiculous stamina even when you're all banged up.
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No. 84331 ID: 2cc14c

>>84318
>All these awkward personal questions.

All the non-personal questions I'm coming up with would become relevant in the Quest eventually anyway. So I'm just poking at you with awkward stuff because I like to bother you during your thing.

I'm an asshole.
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No. 84332 ID: 455248

>>84318

So what's Jehral doing outside this strangely-cropped, absolutely non-standard answering picture.

After all, you did say you were still going, right?
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No. 84342 ID: 8af4a2

To all characters: What other quest's character would you say is the best match against you? In a fight. That is, not in that they would beat you easily, but in that the match would be extremely close? Who do you think you could beat, but who has equal chances of beating you?

Essentially, who would be most interesting for you to fight?
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No. 84350 ID: 5786d8

>>84318

Hey Rynh, while you're still enjoying the afterglow, would you ever consider having the two of you quaffing some gender-swapping potions and giving it a try again?

Same goes to you Jehral~
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No. 84351 ID: e66b79

>>84350
>Afterglow

Didn't you hear what she said? She was still going!
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No. 84354 ID: 557bac

Please stop trying to turn ITQ into an RP sex thread.
Awkward questions about characters are one thing, but some of these sound suspiciously like suggestions.
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No. 84355 ID: 9dd1ee
File 140685500440.png - (61.15KB , 400x400 , Zane37.png )
84355

>>84318
>Geez... Somebody's old and bitter is showing. ep ble beeble . . .
Old and bitter?! I'll show you-

> . . .Bep bep Blepepeeep eep blep epwarblepep belp-eepeepeeen?
oh, looks like the auto censor kicked in, oh well.

>>84298
>To any and all astranians: Do you prefer axes or swords and why? Is one or the other favored by your species as a whole, or is it split about even?
I use an axe because it belonged to my grandfather, most CutterBlades are passed down through the generations and their history tends to be way more important than their shape.

>>84325
>also Zane, has any criminal or traitor asked for you to be their executioner?
No, why would they?,also hunting down traitors and criminals is more the work of agents and local defense forces.

>>84342
>To all characters: What other quest's character would you say is the best match against you? In a fight. That is, not in that they would beat you easily, but in that the match would be extremely close? Who do you think you could beat, but who has equal chances of beating you?

>Essentially, who would be most interesting for you to fight?
The answer to that question is the very reason a gladiators fights, to find an opponent truly worth fighting. we live for the moment of the closest battles.
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No. 84359 ID: bb78f2

>>84355
Was that woman who granted you mercy that couldn't feel pain one of those worthy opponents?
Do you resent her or any of those Solars that managed to get the upper hand on you?
If they killed you, would you have felt honor in death?
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No. 84368 ID: 256d52
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84368

>To anyone/all quest characters: If you had to team up with someone to fight crime, who would you choose? Doesn't have to be in the same quest.
Ah, maybe Sev-Three? He's a real professional, has great taste in firearms and Alice is feeling a new appreciation for anyone's who has gotten exfiltration down to a fine art.

He seems really sweet too.

...

And him being a cyborg zombie probably means less problems on the cannibal hunger side of things.

>What is your favorite weapon that you have never carried?
Alice is feeling some fletchette pistol envy. That thing's got a hell of a punch.

Survey Corps ground teams get a particle beam as a heavy weapon. Emergencies only. One person can carry and fire it, barely. Never get to play with it...
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No. 84369 ID: 16e25e
File 140690231137.png - (108.75KB , 500x500 , Piedro fish.png )
84369

>>84134
>Can you even fish?
Well yeah! I caught my biggest fish last summer, a common dache weighing 5 Ron, with a length of 36 Sa! The gang had dache 'n' scallops that night.

>Is Duke from Ara too?
No, he's from farther north, from Svantov. I kinda picked up some Svantovic words from him.
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No. 84370 ID: 904cc3

so to all of you furry animal characters what kind of shoes you all wear with them weird animal feets of yours?
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No. 84417 ID: cee89f

All characters: What's the chorus from your favorite song?
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No. 84420 ID: 265534
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84420

>what kind of shoes you all wear with them weird animal feets of yours?
I can just get big human boots and cut the toes off, and what do you mean weird animal feet? My feet are perfectly normal. They're even broad enough I can can walk around on the flats like a human. Normal kobolds don't usually wear shoes, just ankle wraps or sometimes sandal type things. Full shoes don't work that well.
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No. 84533 ID: ef47e2

>>84420
You have cute toes.
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No. 84548 ID: 59295a

>>84533
If you can consider gross, draco-bold, halfbreed bunions "cute".

I'm mean, are they even suitable to drink wine off of?
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No. 84601 ID: 53ba34

Zane: what do you think of rocket raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy?
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No. 84610 ID: 7e38be
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84610

>>/quest/585613

>what kind of things do you like to write?

I used to write a lot of alternate history stuff back when that was popular on 2ch.hk, but my most popular thing was a series of short stories in a sort of fantasy colonial era setting about a boy named Gregor, who was possessed by a Demon named Arsenal. the Demon would make blades and guns and other weapons sort of burst out of Gregor, and tempt him to do evil shit. the story was really lackluster and filled with cliches, but the back and forth between the two was really quite good. thinking about it now I kind of want to go back and finally finish that series, or maybe rewrite it. maybe I will sometime.
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No. 84617 ID: 9ddf68

to any character

how would you think you would fair playing boat-o-cross, specifically level 7-1?
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No. 84632 ID: d8a627

Hey, Rose (Player Pink of Civilization 14):
You seem to enjoy playing matchmaker, but I gotta ask... Have you encountered anybody you feel would be a good match for you?

Since you probably heard from Red, and maybe Teal by now as well, that there's an outside world, what are your thoughts on that? Would you ever want to get the chance to go out there and see it for yourself?

I mostly just wanna see how Rose is supposed to look, since we only saw her from the torso down, as well as upside-down, in the quest.
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No. 84671 ID: 9dd1ee
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84671

>Was that woman who granted you mercy that couldn't feel pain one of those worthy opponents?
no her victory was situational, she succeeded against me only after many of her fellows had died weakening me.

>Do you resent her or any of those Solars that managed to get the upper hand on you?
A caged animal fights to survive, how could I resent any creature's survival instinct.

>If they killed you, would you have felt honor in death?
No, if I were to die in the ring, I would prefer it to be against a worthy foe in a one on one duel.

>so to all of you furry animal characters what kind of shoes you all wear with them weird animal feets of yours?
I wear Grav Boots, they're pretty standard through out the Alliance.

>Zane: what do you think of rocket raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy?
Having reviewed the materials somewhat, I find this video portrayal very similar to the Nokkin stereotypes that appear in many Astranian films. nothing too special . . . one being portrayed as a "good guy" is a nice change of pace however.
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No. 84673 ID: bb78f2

Is Rocket cute? Or no?
Would you like to have a beer with him sometime? Or fight in a one-on-one duel?
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No. 84694 ID: 66b87b
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84694

-What is your favorite weapon that you have never carried?
Gimme some of that missile launcher love baby. Or just a rocket. Fuck, give me a rocket and I'll throw it. It'll be fun.
>All characters: What's the chorus from your favorite song?
I love classical music doll.
I eat boys up, breakfast and lunch,
AND WHEN I'M THIRSTY, I DRINK THEIR BLOOD
CARNIVOURE ANNIMALLLL II AMM A CANNIBAAAALL
I eat boys up, YOU BETTER RUN!
IIIIIII AAAAMMMMM CANNIBAL CANNIBALLL I'LL EAT YOU UPPP!
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No. 84695 ID: 18da89

Scalene: Teach us about the art of seduction.
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No. 84734 ID: 66b87b
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84734

>Every quest character that can google, what's your top googles?
Ehhhhhh, people want to know this? But it's so...BORING!
>All characters: What's the chorus from your favorite song?
NO. NOO. NOT DOING THIS.
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No. 84735 ID: d8a627

>>84632
Now that I'm onto reviewing TransMachina, I've got more questions for Kaktus' characters.

To the four stable sins (Pride and Envy weren't stable, and Sloth was slain permanently): How long did you manage to retain your positions as players? Any major accomplishments from your players?

To Serge: When Lizbeth sent mental images of Kevros to your mind, you referred to him as your Niece. Was Kevros born a daughter, but exposed to a belt of genderbending?
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No. 84742 ID: 79391f

>>84671
Isn't it even more surprising it came from a Solar movie?

Crazy, huh?
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No. 84744 ID: a6fee2

>>81766
Oh its on now. You will regret dissing Penji, somehow? I don't really know how to get back at you, like, at all. So, I guess I won't. But you suck! (hugs Penji plushy)
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No. 84910 ID: 9dd1ee

http://strawpoll.me/2417790
here!
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No. 84930 ID: bef9ac
File 140896929957.jpg - (56.30KB , 640x480 , food.jpg )
84930

>>81287
eating soup or every other watery supper ... ever tried eating that stuff without lips? Shit is a pain in the ass...
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No. 84933 ID: d470e9

Although I doubt it will change the flow of things, here's a poll with more options. y/n was rather lacking.

http://strawpoll.me/2419718
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No. 84934 ID: d8a627

>>84930
Yeah, I've tried it. You just gotta have fine tonsle control and keep your head facing upwards.
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No. 84935 ID: d8a627

Tonsil* Man that is one word I do not have to write very often.
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No. 84949 ID: f292fa

If you could date any other quest character, who would you choose?
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No. 84997 ID: 65a774
File 140935399371.png - (6.82KB , 254x162 , QA1.png )
84997

>Hey, Rose, You seem to enjoy playing matchmaker, but I gotta ask... Have you encountered anybody you feel would be a good match for you?
:RoseRUST: …I’m not actually… I can’t actually feel those kinds of feelings… I don’t got a body, you know… besides, what I do like is to make people happy… and people in love… oh, I just get such warm, fuzzy feeling just thinking about it…
>Since you probably heard from Red, and maybe Teal by now as well, that there's an outside world, what are your thoughts on that? Would you ever want to get the chance to go out there and see it for yourself?
:RoseRUST: It’s… freighting, actually… here we are, in a world that just another speck in such vastness… and out there, there are being who once was like us… that now can create a world so complex as our for simple entertainment… it’s… freighting… and kind of awe inspiring… It would be a wonder to see… to feel it… but… my place is here… this world needs me… not the one outside…

>To Serge: When Lizbeth sent mental images of Kevros to your mind, you referred to him as your Niece. Was Kevros born a girl?
:Serge: Well, for a long time I thought he was… well… he was always running around in that dress of his… and his mother did refer to him as daughter more than once… before she… um… wait, haven’t I’ve been dead for thousands of years already? How can I even answer this!?
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No. 85003 ID: d8a627

>wait, haven’t I’ve been dead for thousands of years already? How can I even answer this!?
We're talking to a pink skeletal ghost lizard in a dress, and you're asking how you can answer a question? Clearly, you must be a ghost. I wonder what powers a paladin ghost gets? We have discovered that being a ghost is neither unholy nor holy, so it's certainly possible to still have holy powers.
>Gold mask
...Really? Gold is heavy and malleable. It would be much better to use a white mask with golden inlays for stylizing.
>I can’t actually feel those kinds of feelings… I don’t got a body, you know…
Hey, Teal sure doesn't let that get in the way of having feelings! Then again they love everybody. Unless they unanimously hate them, then they don't. Thankfully, only a few individuals earned eternal hatred.
Yay Rose~
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No. 85043 ID: 3009b4
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85043

>To anyone/all quest characters: If you had to team up with someone to fight crime, who would you choose? Doesn't have to be in the same quest.

Nem: Fight crime? Like cut-throats, thieves and highway men? I think I'd want to team up with Nan from Nan Quest! She's repairs things and I'd love to know how to do that! I don't think she's a fighter... but neither am I so I can pretend we can fight, right?

OK, I admit it. I'm biased because she looks like one of my people.
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No. 85060 ID: 9d49a4

Ruby and Tom (and Jay): It's been a while now. How are you holding up?
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No. 85066 ID: 3009b4

I thought they were on the moon making a million babies.
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No. 85070 ID: 00b2db

>To anyone/all quest characters: If you had to team up with someone to fight crime, who would you choose? Doesn't have to be in the same quest.

Jasper: Cathrine, or My sister. Not sure why but I kind of think she would be good at it.
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No. 85141 ID: 879a42

To fight crime with? Oh man hands down I would go with seventy three-six from static over the wire. I mean come on, he already busts heads professionally, I would love to tag along and do some crazy black ops shit with him.
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No. 85191 ID: 663bcd

This appears to have run dry.

So, everyone, would you rather:
a) be trapped on an asteroid with Deadpool.
b) fight one Space Marine. (the choice of chapter is up to you, hell you could even pick chaos Marines if you're nuts)
c) spend the rest of your life jumping from one video game world to the next.(you have no control of when or where)

And which would you rather be:
a) Pokemon trainer.
b) Jedi/Sith.
c) Kratos.
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No. 85194 ID: aef4c1

To Wordblood: Would you or Kairosa be able to 'pilot' Saulanna's Titanic body (say, if Saulanna had something important to do in the Inner World) - or is that a Queenly privilege?
If it's doable, would you imagine it to be a fun experience... or just kinda awkward?
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No. 85225 ID: cee89f

Kairosa: You said you were most excited to eat the sun, but since we likely won't get to that any time soon... Of the things, places and people Saulanna has personally encountered since coming into awareness, which would you most like to eat? (I assume 'Luna', but you know what they say about assumption... also i don't think that was Luna, just a projection of her).

Wordblood: Aforementioned Luna projection. How does that even work?

Peregrin Kaan: How does it feel to have no questions directed at you, but to have some directed at the amnesiac?
Also, what is your favorite kind of hat?
Also also, of all spells you can cast, which do you consider the most useful and which do you consider the most powerful?

Ebon Dragon: Why you such a dick?
Dragon's Shadow: Same question.

Zane: What is your surname and what do your names mean, if you are aware?

All characters: Who is the worst person/thing you have encountered OUTSIDE of what we see in your quest threads? (you may pick from anything in ITQ if you like)
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No. 85235 ID: 189a54
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85235

>>85225
The worst thing...? Definitely this one other Remorse. Man, the guy's a prick--compared to him the rest of us look like pacifists, and that's saying something.
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No. 85237 ID: f39a08

One last thing
Which would you rather have:
a) a sonic screwdriver.
b) a Portal gun.
c) anyone of Ironman's suits.
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No. 85243 ID: 557bac
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85243

>>85237
Not really any question.

Spaaaaace.
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No. 85244 ID: cef479

>>85243
Space Goat. Coast to coast.
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No. 85248 ID: cee89f

Wordblood: I had a thought. Could a power word be crafted such that its titanic nature can only be seen at casting? You've already said that they can't be used stealthily and that their titanic nature is pretty obvious, but could they be used to craft a long-lasting effect whose titanic power isn't immediately obvious?

Specifcally I'm thinking of "Power Word: Swag", which enhances one's social acumen for a long period.

>>85244
In space, no one can hear you bleat.

>>85237
Sonic screwdriver can help you build the other two things. Done.
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No. 85264 ID: 3009b4
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85264

>Who is the worst person/thing you have encountered OUTSIDE of what we see in your quest threads? (you may pick from anything in ITQ if you like)

Nem: The worst things in life I encountered before my quest began pale in comparison with what I'm dealing with now.

But if I had to pick the worst thing, it would be when I was ten, and having a bath, and... there was blood in the water. It was the most awkward bath ever because I panicked and called my mother and then she had to explain that it was part of becoming a woman. I guess I started earlier than she expected.
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No. 85265 ID: d8a627

>>85264
Well, at least you know why it's called a wound since then.
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No. 85289 ID: 094283

>>85265
who the fuck calls it a wound
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No. 85290 ID: 3009b4

>who the fuck calls it a wound

Slang used in Nem's Quest. Makes sense in context.
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No. 85296 ID: d8a627

>>85289
The Gaelish, goat-people from Nem's Quest (>>/quest/589725), call it a wound. I mean, it sort of is a big ol' gash in the flesh, any "innocent" society that doesn't cover that part of biology in large is going to take a more around-the-bush approach to referring to it.
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No. 85297 ID: d8a627

>>85296
...Suddenly I'm picturing Amish people saying "Stems and wounds." Humorous mental image.

To any quest characters: Know of any Amish-esque settlements nearby? How's interaction between them and nearby non-Amish settlements?
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No. 85312 ID: beb553
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85312

>>80686
>That's a lovely bit of poetic language but almost completely unhelpful. Is that meant to indicate that it's a case-by-case basis dependent on what the source of the power is, how it's being used, what?

”If you’re just worried about the practical effects of magical abilities, then a deva counts as singular being. Those powers that have the scope to affect large sections of a Titan would simply be capable of affecting many lesser creatures to begin with. There are very few forms of magic that can exploit the connections between devas, aside those of their own progenitor.”

>Wordblood: Does a being's True Name naturally change over time, as their personality and characteristics changes?

”Any creature’s True Name is an expression of their whole existence, not merely their existence up until that point. In other words, it encapsulates not only who they are and have been, but who they will be, although the Name is often so vague and can be interpreted in so many ways that it is nigh useless for guessing their future.”

“Nevertheless, through a supreme effort of free will, it is possible for a being’s innermost identity to be changed, and in such a case they will gain a new True Name. However, as with the ‘death’ and regeneration of devas and Titans, it has been argued that such a profound change essentially equates to the demise of the previous being and the birth of a new one. It is extremely rare.”


>To Wordblood: Would you or Kairosa be able to 'pilot' Saulanna's Titanic body (say, if Saulanna had something important to do in the Inner World) - or is that a Queenly privilege?

”I don’t know. Normally, a Titan’s body has its own personality, derived from their collective nature. The true innermost essence of a Titan is too far beyond the mortal world to even manifest immaterially, of course, but it can form an avatar or mouthpiece that represents it, and in most cases this entity also commands their physical self, be it their world-body (like our islands) or their outward vessel. This is what confuses those who don’t understand a Titan’s true nature: The Dragon’s Shadow, for example, usually manifests his vessel as a literal living shadow of a giant dragon, large enough to eclipse the sun. That dragon speaks with his voice, acts with his will, and demonstrates his personality; but it is not, itself, a deva, and that personality is distinct from the personality of any of his Lordly souls, even his Ruler. For the record, The Dragon’s Shadow can also manifest himself as a dragon small enough to interact with mortals, or as a black serpent, or as an obsidian spear, or as a dark, androgynous human man or… probably almost any shape he likes. And he can perform such manifestations simultaneously in separate locations.”

“I digress. My point is, Saulanna’s situation - in which she is the Queen deva and also ‘pilots’ our outward body - is unusual. We should also have a collective self, who represents our will as a whole. Perhaps we’re not strong enough yet, or it is due to Saulanna’s lingering humanity. Or, some other reason. The answer to your question is, as I said, that I have no idea. Perhaps I can, and perhaps Kairosa can. Neither of us has the experience ‘piloting’ a mortal body, as Saulanna does, but there are spirits, including devas, who have the power to possess objects and creatures. It is theoretically something we could do, but we haven’t tried.”


>If it's doable, would you imagine it to be a fun experience... or just kinda awkward?

”I imagine it would be interesting, at least. And also awkward.”

>Wordblood: Aforementioned Luna projection. How does that even work?

”The Incarnae are also capable of manifesting themselves in different forms, and are equally also capable of bilocation. Alternatively to moving all over Creation, they can also appear in or as visions. I think Luna did actually manifest a part of herself on location when Saulanna gained her Hero Soul, however. Her communications afterward, however, were certainly visions.”

>Wordblood: I had a thought. Could a power word be crafted such that its titanic nature can only be seen at casting?

”All Power Word nouns create an instance of the thing they describe. If there was a Power Word “Tree”, for example, it would create an actual tree, which would continue to exist independently as an ordinary object. If the Word is something transient by nature, of course, it is just as vulnerable to passing away as normal; a “Fire” Word’s flames would burn out with no fuel or air, and so on.”

“Aside the thing’s own nature, there are other limitations to this form of creation. Firstly, objects created by magic are somewhat… hollow. Fragile. If one created the Tree that I mentioned in a place near the borders of reality, say, it would unravel into Chaos much more readily than a natural tree. Over years of existence and interaction with reality, however, such frailty fades away. Second, the capacity to create using Power Words is limited in regard to living creatures. Simple animals are mostly fine, beyond being weak and prone to illness until they become ‘fully real’, but beings that have more complicated spirits or souls will be empty of such things. Power Words also do not compel obedience from any creature they create. Thirdly, and finally, magical objects or creatures require the speaker of the Word to expend every bit of magical power that they would contain, in addition to the cost of using the Word.”

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No. 85314 ID: beb553
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85314

>Ebon Dragon

"He doesn't exist any more. Not that he ever did~... But I'll give you your answers."

>Ebon Dragon: Why you such a dick?

"Simply because, he was the world's biggest fool."

>Dragon's Shadow: Same question.

"Simply because, I'm the world's biggest Fool!"
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No. 85315 ID: 572246

So, what's your opinion on Malfeas and his previous form, the King? I don't think his name was ever explicit in Exalted lore other than "Malfeas-that-was".

Malfeas-that-was, what's your proper name and your opinion on the Ebon Dragon, Dragon's Shadow, and Malfeas?
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No. 85317 ID: 6a7541

Dragon's Shadow: I like how you capitalized Fool in reference to yourself. It was a nice touch. Can I call you Minato?
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No. 85341 ID: 256d52
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85341

>If you could date any other quest character, who would you choose?
Ah, how about Prince Victorious from The Sword?

It's really romantic, y'know? Last prince and uncrowned king of the Summer Elves on a quest to save the world and put the last charge of his people into legend. Courageous, compassionate, chivalrous, shirtless... mmm, yeah.
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No. 85345 ID: 13d5ea
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85345

>>84417
Avery: I'm into "Stinkfist," by Tool. Goes somethin' like this:
It's not enough
I need more
Nothing seems to satisfy
I said I don't want it,
I just need it
To breathe, to feel, to know I'm alive

Alex: "Fineshrine," by Purity Ring.
Get a little closer, let fold
Cut open my sternum, and pull
My little ribs around you
The lungs of me be crowns over you

Mimi: Ah, uh... My music taste isn't that great and my favorite song changes a lot... but I guess right now I like "VCR" by The XX!
Watch things on vcrs
With me and talk about big love
I think we're superstars
You say you think we are the best thing
And you, you just know
You just do
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No. 85355 ID: cee89f

>>85312
>“Nevertheless, through a supreme effort of free will, it is possible for a being’s innermost identity to be changed, and in such a case they will gain a new True Name. However, as with the ‘death’ and regeneration of devas and Titans, it has been argued that such a profound change essentially equates to the demise of the previous being and the birth of a new one. It is extremely rare.
Ah, so it's like when the Joker went crazy. Okie dokie.

>>85314
...... if you're a dragon who's against authority why are you a king cobra?
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No. 85364 ID: 2fd516

>>85355
He does not, exactly, oppose authority. Check the email address.
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No. 85365 ID: 9dd1ee
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85365

>Is Rocket cute? Or no?
No, his voice is deep gruff and unpleasant, he appears mane-less and his eyes are beady.
Rocket is pretty homely, and not really my type.


>Would you like to have a beer with him sometime?
I'd rather spend my time with my comrades, not some silly vigilante.

>Or fight in a one-on-one duel?
Rocket appears to be an engineer over being a soldier, I doubt his skills would make for a challenging opponent.


>Zane: What is your surname and what do your names mean, if you are aware?

Zane IS my surname, my given name is Pelindena.

Zane is drawn from Clan Zanegarde, which means "bandits of strong road" or something similar.
Pelindena is an ancient term for a sort of countess or other similar sub-royal

>>84742
Not particularly, Solars are strange and like to make movies on any number of silly things.
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No. 85366 ID: d8a627

>>85355
Hmm. Opposes the man, appears as a Cobra. Cobra is the enemy of G.I. Joes. The G.I. Joes are considered "The Man."
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No. 85368 ID: cee89f

>>85364
I did.
"He rejects all appearances, of law, justice, moral order"
I also know from where this character is drawn and have looked that up, as well as looked over the numerous descriptions of his nature given in Lunar Quest.

I also was making a joke.

>>85366
That's a bit of a stretch, considering that GI Joe doesn't exist in Creation and aligning himself with Cobra is still a constraint on his behavior.
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No. 85830 ID: cee89f

Kairosa: What is the aetherworld? Presumably it's 'where aether is kept', but more specifics would be nice.
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No. 85832 ID: f99558
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85832

>To anyone/all quest characters: If you had to team up with someone to fight crime, who would you choose? Doesn't have to be in the same quest.

To fight side by side with somebody means trusting them like yourself. I trust no one.
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No. 85834 ID: d90668

>>85832

I don't know man you seem to be fighting alongside your new kobold minions just fine.
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No. 85863 ID: 59295a

Zeeke, does the carpet match the drapes?
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No. 85865 ID: f99558
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85865

>I don't know man you seem to be fighting alongside your new kobold minions just fine.

As I stated some time before, anything tied to magic, in this case Faz is too dangerous to trust, I still have no idea how he even able to cast spells of such destructive power. For now I am glad not to be on a receving end.
As for Paz only thing I trust him with is breakfast...

>Zeeke, does the carpet match the drapes?

I own any carpet... or drapes for that matter. Why are you laughing?
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No. 85872 ID: 4f004c

>>85865
>I own any carpet... or drapes for that matter. Why are you laughing?
Laughing? I'm certainly not.
Did you mean to say you don't own? Because, as it is, if you can own any... That's rather impressive.
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No. 85873 ID: 654b71
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85873

Ok, this ITQ has been too lax this days! Who is up for a challenge?
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No. 85874 ID: 9b8c0d

What sort of challenge?
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No. 85876 ID: 654b71
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85876

>>85874
Do you really can't guess what I'm talking about?!
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No. 85877 ID: 88960e

You've got it backwards. ITQ is us asking you questions and you answering, not the other way around.
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No. 85879 ID: 0ee153

>>85877
Eh, I don't have any particular objection to it.
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No. 85880 ID: 2fd516

>>85879
I do.
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No. 85883 ID: 3885ce

>>85872
Dang it! my bad. Keep skipping words, I ment don't own.
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No. 85884 ID: 0ee153

>>85880
Sorry, I'm not ready for marriage yet.
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No. 85886 ID: 256d52

To anyone: What was your family like? Any annoying/amazing brothers or sisters? Embarrassing dads?
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No. 85891 ID: 4f004c

>>85876
I really cannot tell.
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No. 85894 ID: 189a54
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85894

>>85876
Shit man, you got me all interested and shit. Challenge me, bruh!
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No. 85899 ID: 24d835
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85899

>>85894
at last! I challenge you to a fist fight! no weird ability or spell casting allowed,like the old days!
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No. 85901 ID: 189a54
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85901

>>85899
Hell, I love me some boxing. Let's get it on, dude!
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No. 85904 ID: 24d835
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85904

>>85901
Then step on the ring! This is the ancient arena the old WIZARD!s used to settle their magic related arguments without breaking reality...and yes, the plural form ow WIZARD! is WIZARD!s that's the real pronunciation...man, I remember that time when someone mistakenly called a WIZARD! a wizard, that was fun...
Legion:"Stop rambling and fight!"
Right...BRING IT!
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No. 85912 ID: 189a54
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85912

>>85904
Shit man, this WIZARD! ring goes hard! So you want the first shot or what, what're the rules?
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No. 85916 ID: 55762f

hrrm.
I feel like Tavern probably knows a thing or two about fisticuffs, but Necro seems like a veteran of this sort of thing...
Okay if anyone wants to bet on how this ends I'm thinking more or less 1(Tavern) to 1.5(Necro) myself.
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No. 85948 ID: 87e5ed
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85948

shitty internet is killing me...
>>85912
The rule are simple: no hidden weapons and punch each other stupid until one contented give up or fall unconscious; Say that...
PUNCH!
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No. 85987 ID: 189a54
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85987

>>85948
FUCK yeah let's--
*smack*[b][/b]
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No. 85995 ID: 8d60a6
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85995

...wut? T-that's it?...uhh, m-maybe you were not ready? did someone gave you some weird food?
Lir:" Metal!"
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No. 86001 ID: 436cdc

Haha what a total wussmaster supreme, out in one punch by a dead guy holy shit
Hey guys, get a load of this!
/and so it went down in annals of history that [mysterious unnamed player character from trapped in the wardrobe] came to be known as the weeniest weenee this side of the questverse
Ballads were sung about his jelly-esque musculature, epic poems about his anemic constitution. Truly a tale for the ages.
That, or a bunch of bored and/or drunk spectators snickered a bit, then wandered off to pass out covered in vomit and other such lovely things drunks are wont to do.
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No. 86003 ID: 189a54
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86003

>>86001
Hey watch yourself guy, my jaw might be glass but my gats are still metal!
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No. 86082 ID: a002d5
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86082

>>86003
Feels ready for a rematch, then?
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No. 86156 ID: 2eac65

Maolla and Mitrel: Have you lived any interesting lives in castes that you don't usually choose?

Mitrel: What alien species do you enjoy interacting with? Are there any that you'd like the chance to meet with more often?

Space characters in general: If you could be a species other than your own, what would you like to be?

Also happy birthday, Jukashi! I think. It should still be the same day.
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No. 86168 ID: cee89f

Maolla: Thoughts on neumono empathy? How would it work in your own universe? How would it interact with the undermind, if at all?
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No. 86235 ID: 6c4327
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86235

>so to all of you furry animal characters what kind of shoes you all wear with them weird animal feets of yours?

Usually wear big black boots, ‘cause it gets cold when we go far up an’ you don’t want toepads freezing to the rudder pedals or getting crushed by anything moving. Tobin Sharyes says they make my feet smelly an I punched him in the face an then he punched me back, but I punch harder so then we were fighting an I had to do pushups all day an didn’t get to fly.

>All characters: What's the chorus from your favorite song?
“Gory, gory what a hellofa way to die, gory glory what a hellofa way to die! Glory gory what a hellofa way to die, he ain’t gunna jump no more!” Mom doesn’t like me singen it though, says it’s awful n morbid, but it’s how I memorized all the parts of a chute jump.

>Every quest character that can google, what's your top googles?
Top my goggles where? Yes my goggles are on top my head. Where should they be?

>What was your family like? Any annoying/amazing brothers or sisters? Embarrassing dads?
August can be sorta weird, I guess, but I guess we got a lot of weird ones on dad’s side of the family. Weirdest thing about mom’s is that Granpa says Granma lives under the ocean now, foreveeeerrrrrrr.~ But, Farvel said that’s just Granpa’s way of dealen with her memory though.
Milli and Vanill are my littermates an they’re annoying, Milli gets intro everything and causes trouble on purpose while Vanill acts like a little princess. Course the problem is, they’re twins, so most nobody can tell em apart if they decide to switch an I know they done it too.
Dad’s sorta old, but he’s not embarrassing. He was a pirate and did super cool things like burning and plundering stuff! “In that order too, ‘cause it dodn’t work the other way ‘round!” he says.
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No. 86236 ID: 6c4327
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86236

Salutations Commander-Ritualist Ekia,

What are you?

Which is to say, I gathered that Astranians posses some similarities to my kind in a heightened insulation to certain cosmic energies. You however, demonstrate psychic abilities, something that should require at the very least a temporarily induced sensitivity.
Was your family bred for this trait (in a similar manner as my own lineage) or have you been surgically altered in some significant way? I imagine that the headgear is a sort of slow psychoactive drip, but for all I know your people have learned how to physically integrate the sort of mystic devices and tools more primitive adepts are forced to make use of externally.
If I had to guess I'd assume that your wings, and your psychic senses are related. Flight, or even gliding through unfamiliar terrain would probably benefit from more intuitive, predictive senses than are available to your more terrestrial cousins.

Respectfully,
August de Sauterelle, Secundus de Sauterelle, à partir de Merboiullant
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No. 86237 ID: 01745f

>Yes my goggles are on top my head. Where should they be?
Over your eyes?
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No. 86252 ID: d90668

So here is a question for whoever or whatever might know.

What do Kobolds taste like?

I mean they are usually low on the food chain so am curious.
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No. 86288 ID: 685b59

>>86235
Um. Maybe its none of my business, but how old are you? You've got some rather naughty stuff in the background. You haven't been hanging around......well, us lately have you?
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No. 86668 ID: 608202
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86668

>>86288
>Um. Maybe its none of my business, but how old are you? You've got some rather naughty stuff in the background. You haven't been hanging around......well, us lately have you?

What? Oh... no I'm fifteen you know.

Mosta the guys have stuff like that hanging up in the bunks, it's just a thing I guess.

I didn't put em up, it was all just left up after Joril ran into a chokevine patch and broke up his legs so they sent him home. He was noble too I think is why he got the bunk on the end, so now I got the bunk on the end.

Which is lots better than when Weldendon put my cot UNDER the plane for the first month after I bent Spybird's undercarriage landing that one time. It was drafty an the greasehands would point and guaff at me when they thought I wasn't awake.
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No. 86678 ID: bda60d

Kinda nonplussed by the images huh? Good head on you. So going to be a knight huh? That your dream in life? Any life aspirations outside of that though? We can make stuff happen. Kind of. Maybe. If the options are there. We'll be in touch.

And since we're meddling with your brother's love life every now and again, what's yours looking like? That Peroquette lass, charming she may be, might not who you're really looking for? What kind of gal are you into? Or guy, we're fine with that. Smart? Athletic? Eager for your attentions? Willing to give you some time to yourself? Already have someone in mind?
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No. 86700 ID: aef4c1

To Wordblood: Do Devas automatically grow in Talents (and/or Competencies) when they raise their Soul Force - or should we budget for those improvements separately?

Also, you've mentioned that some Common Devas attempt to make themselves stronger, improving their Soul Force somewhat over time. What does such a work-out regimen classically entail for a spiritual entity? Is it a matter of training, or meditating on your nature, or accumulating favors - or does it come down to just plain stuffing yourself with all the energy you manage to scrounge up?
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No. 86878 ID: 256d52

Anyone who wants to field the question:

How do you think things would play out if one of the supporting characters in your quest had been the main character instead?

How about if you'd been the main character in another quest? How would that go?
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No. 87092 ID: 20afaf

Tory, add energy drinks to your coffee.
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No. 87093 ID: a7a6b0

Reina: How did you end up so big and scary? Or are all lionesses like that?
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No. 87104 ID: 603941
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87104

>>81287

What's super annoying is how far away my house is from actual real lifeforms. When I had a job I was actually spending money to get to work because of the gas cost. It's so lonely out here, you don't even know.
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No. 87134 ID: 68a8d2
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87134

>Tory, add energy drinks to your coffee.
Huhwhat?

>Anyone who wants to field the question:
>How do you think things would play out if one of the supporting characters in your quest had been the main character instead?
>How about if you'd been the main character in another quest? How would that go?
What is this even? I don't know, it probably would have been much shittier.
And yeah, some of those worlds have rather delicious resources, which I think I could have use for.

>To anyone: What was your family like? Any annoying/amazing brothers or sisters? Embarrassing dads?
No siblings ( despite some idiotic rumours ), mother died, dad was pretty cool. A scientist, reason why I pursued some profession. He died tho, so rip in peace.

>One last thing
>Which would you rather have:
>a) a sonic screwdriver.
>b) a Portal gun.
>c) anyone of Ironman's suits.
The suit or portal-gun, I'd figure there's be good shit to reverse-engineer there. But I don't know which- both could offer a lot.

>If you could date any other quest character, who would you choose?
Half of these fucks are not human, and I am currently not even open for dating. Shut it.

>To any and all quest characters:
Alright lessee.
>-What is your favorite weapon that you have never carried?
Most of the stuff I make is so heavy that person of my musculature should forfeit all hope of wielding them. Thankfully, I have robots to do lifting for me. I like my guns big and my fire nuclear, so I have to say that portable automatic nuclear MIRV-launcher was one of the most fun to work with or that positron beam cannon.
>-Who is your favorite character in the quest line-up that ISN'T from your particular quest?
Rastin.
>-Who is your most HATED character in the quest line-up that isn't from your particular quest?
Hah, dunno. There's just too many candidates.
>-Who is the sexiest character in the quest line-up that isn't blah blah blah you've read this twice already
See one of the previous question. I am not some sick fuck going around bonking some half-animal chicks.

Now excuse me, I need to conduct some field-testing with my amazing ultra-project DEATHHEAD.
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No. 87187 ID: 8f01e8

>Given her ongoing struggles against midget lizards with guns, Alice would not characterise herself as any sort of anti-planetary weapon.

Is this still what you think after the conclusion of M1?

I mean, one of you, unarmed and disoriented, against five alert, competent, reasonably well-prepared infantry supported by an autonomous heavy weapons platform and a civilian scientist with a hostage. Result? Hostage rescued, scientist captured, infantry destroyed, tank mission-killed (by stabbing it in the main gun with a chunk of your own ulna, which is some tozol shit right there). You, meanwhile, took about as much damage from your own psychological distress as from enemy fire, and captured more assets than you expended. There are platoons, hell, entire brigades that would count themselves lucky to achieve a victory so comprehensive in such circumstances. And you're just getting started.

I can easily believe that you, or a larger diversified force composed of things comparable to you, could cause a global extinction event.
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No. 87223 ID: 256d52
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87223

>Given her ongoing struggles against midget lizards with guns, Alice would not characterise herself as any sort of anti-planetary weapon.
>Is this still what you think after the conclusion of M1?
>I mean, one of you, unarmed and disoriented, against five alert, competent, reasonably well-prepared infantry supported by an autonomous heavy weapons platform and a civilian scientist with a hostage. Result? Hostage rescued, scientist captured, infantry destroyed, tank mission-killed (by stabbing it in the main gun with a chunk of your own ulna, which is some tozol shit right there). You, meanwhile, took about as much damage from your own psychological distress as from enemy fire, and captured more assets than you expended. There are platoons, hell, entire brigades that would count themselves lucky to achieve a victory so comprehensive in such circumstances. And you're just getting started.
>I can easily believe that you, or a larger diversified force composed of things comparable to you, could cause a global extinction event.
Alice would describe herself as horribly vulnerable. She has made some small gains thanks to her flesh being too spongy for ordinary bullets to easily stop her. This does not suddenly upgrade her to planet killer. She's also torn off more of her own body parts in one hour than she has in her entire life, so comparing anything positively to her psychological distress is a terrible idea.

Despite the admittedly horrifying possibilities for guerrilla warfare, Alice thinks she's still at a ridiculous disadvantage against the midget lizards. The xotl will have drones, heavy weapons and cyborg troops like their dragonslayers PLUS whatever other crazy shit from research projects they have that they feel like field testing. It's only a matter of time until they roll out the guys with flame-throwers or kamikaze cyber-mastiffs or something similar and then Alice will be completely screwed.

Going back to planetary threats, even if a bioweapon could be big, mean and immune to bullets enough to stomp through cities knocking down buildings as people scream out in badly dubbed English, there's still the nuclear option.
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No. 87281 ID: 8f01e8

I'm not saying you'd be able to effortlessly, or even reliably, wipe out a planetary civilization all by yourself. It's just that...

>admittedly horrifying possibilities for guerrilla warfare

>list of Xotl military assets she knows enough about to spot weak points or retreat from when genuinely outmatched

>nuclear option

You're sorta proving my larger point, here. Imagine a handful of people in your... condition, scattered across some xotl-held habitable planet. Hungry, terrified of fire, not quite sure what's happened to them but clever, educated, and determined to survive. In the course of searching for answers they mostly head for population centers, with a focus on science and food supplies. The second wave of xotl armed forces finds a lot of puddles of sludge around empty suits of armor, with no particular evidence of the enemy having been weakened, and morale suffers accordingly. Still, elite forces bring down some, indiscriminate bombing takes care of others, and then the very last one, who went to ground in a remote area and waited for things to calm down, goes all cannibal-kaiju on a civilization that just obligingly nuked ITSELF back to the bronze age.

On a lighter note, how good is your peripheral vision? Is it the same for both eyes?
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No. 87292 ID: 01745f

>>87281
That is still more of a terror weapon than an extermination one. Whatever Alice is seems to have limits on how large it can get (cube-square law and still being flammable), and even assuming they are too resilient to die and can run around eating people indefinitely, an individual humanoid attacking with tooth and claw can only kill at a relatively slow rate when considered on a planetary scale.
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No. 87305 ID: 256d52
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87305

>You're sorta proving my larger point, here. Imagine a handful of people in your... condition, scattered across some xotl-held habitable planet. Hungry, terrified of fire, not quite sure what's happened to them but clever, educated, and determined to survive. In the course of searching for answers they mostly head for population centers, with a focus on science and food supplies. The second wave of xotl armed forces finds a lot of puddles of sludge around empty suits of armor, with no particular evidence of the enemy having been weakened, and morale suffers accordingly. Still, elite forces bring down some, indiscriminate bombing takes care of others, and then the very last one, who went to ground in a remote area and waited for things to calm down, goes all cannibal-kaiju on a civilization that just obligingly nuked ITSELF back to the bronze age.
No, look.

Alice's point was that there are definitely weapons that are very deadly to her. Even in the extreme case that you somehow have a weapon that is immune to all conventional ground based forces - this 'cannibal-kaiju' situation - a military will still have strategic assets that are capable of dealing with it.

Uh, can a tozol or something back Alice up on this?

The complete destruction of the hundred most populated cities on a planet would be demoralising and disruptive but that represents maybe a tenth of the total population. Alice isn't even going to go into the fact that only a sociopath is going to try for total extermination of the indigene population.

>That is still more of a terror weapon than an extermination one. Whatever Alice is seems to have limits on how large it can get (cube-square law and still being flammable), and even assuming they are too resilient to die and can run around eating people indefinitely, an individual humanoid attacking with tooth and claw can only kill at a relatively slow rate when considered on a planetary scale.
That's exactly it.

All Alice knows is she's hard to meaningfully injure and she can easily heal by consuming biomass. Oh, and her body seems to think it should be turning into something bigger than a human. No real indicators of what the end state of that might be.

Still, as a single person there's only so much she can do.

>On a lighter note, how good is your peripheral vision? Is it the same for both eyes?
Seems more or less the same.
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No. 87351 ID: 68655f

>>87305
I think it is less that such an entity is immune to conventional weapons, and more that it is a fusion of a dispersed biological weapon and infantry, where possible it can rapidly increase it's number, and even dead units may be able to recover from injury by adapting to a state that can be easily hidden and reformed.
Of course, I don't think the training of the individual would survive if such mechanisms came into use.
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No. 87469 ID: 8f01e8

>Uh, can a tozol or something back Alice up on this?

Certainly!

>>80832
>Plus, you know it's good to live there, because people pack into them, next to their industry and power and freight hubs, on purpose, even though they know nuclear and antimatter weapons exist!

Sure, any planetary civilization worthy of the name would have strategic weapons, deliberately constructed as such or otherwise. The problem is, any gun that leaves a scorch mark visible from orbit is not something you take down to the range for practice every weekend. More likely, the political environment would make it prohibitively difficult to test-fire such weapons at all, so deployment is going to be a matter of untried prototypes, handled by amateurs, firing into exactly the wrong kind of target-rich environment. If the first shot doesn't kill, familiar landscape has suddenly been replaced with shattered buildings full of unsecured biomass, which might actually be a net gain for someone with a preposterous healing factor and adaptable digestion.

>Still, as a single person there's only so much she can do.

The scenario I was describing involved more than one such-as-you.

Furthermore, it's not so much a matter of the 'Fermi paradox solved' outcome being inevitable, or even the most likely outcome. Such a crisis might also be dealt with quickly and cleanly by a few platoons with flamethrowers, or result in some intermediate degree of cataclysmic tragedy, such as the loss of a single city, or a population bottleneck from which the civilization eventually recovers... or a dark age during which some other threat (asteroid, climate change, opportunistic conventional invaders, further meddling with Precursor ruins, etc.) finishes them off.

I was just saying that an extinction event is alarmingly plausible, even with a far smaller initial force than such scenarios typically assume. The cold war toward the end of the 20th century, for example, had millions of humans on both sides.
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No. 87535 ID: a2f9bc

Deem: is your world post-apocalyptic when considered from the age you were born in? Are you going to see a ruined statue and sink to your knees yelling curses at the sky? Is that a thing you do anyway?

General question to everyone: how did the first date you ever went on go?
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No. 87539 ID: cee89f

>>84355
... Wait a minute.

If Agents are there to hunt down traitors what were they doing in Battle Quest? That mission was resource acquisition, not traitor-hunting >.>

>>87134
>Huhwhat?
They're trying to give you a heart attack.

...

FOR SCIENCE!
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No. 87546 ID: 256d52
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>Deem: is your world post-apocalyptic when considered from the age you were born in? Are you going to see a ruined statue and sink to your knees yelling curses at the sky? Is that a thing you do anyway?
Oh yes. I... don't remember much but it is greatly changed from the world I used to know.

It comes down in part to a matter of definitions. Civilisations have risen and fallen many times. War, disasters, terrible monsters, transgression, divine judgement. To them it must have been like the end of the world. But even after the worst of it the world is still here, though its distortion from past catastrophes are there for those with the wit to see it.

From that perspective, I suppose the cruelest thing about an apocalypse is that in the end most people don't even realise that your world has ended.

And no, that is not my custom.

>General question to everyone: how did the first date you ever went on go?
I have never been formally courted.
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No. 87547 ID: 687279

>>87546
...dungeons can be courted?
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No. 87548 ID: 4c5cf2

>>87547
Yes, this raises a good point. Are there formal courtship rituals between dungeons? How does that work?
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No. 87553 ID: 6b7ea4
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87553

> who's your OTP of other quests?

[Just Put Maroon]: "I really like Keisha and Penelope from SOtW together ... I dunno. I guess I just like kind of simple, unlikely pairings like them ..."

[GOLDIE THE KILLER HAHAHAHA HEY CAN THIS HAVE A SCROLL ANIMATION OR SOMETHING]: "Frillsby and Gallsby! Any chance of that OTP becoming an OT3, though ...?"

[Voshkie Please]: "Hmm ... I'm not sure that I'm that enthusiastic about any of the romantic pairings in any quests around the board. I was very fond of Dale and Beth from Book of Worms as best friends, though."
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No. 87563 ID: e30e12
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87563

Hi again everybody!!

>>87535
My first date ever ever was at the Sadie Hawkins dance in 10th grade. Nobody ever asked me to any formals I think because I was kind of intimidating, because I was 6 feet tall and on the basketball team. But I really wanted to go to one! So I asked Carl Ikanian, and he turned so red. Oh my gosh. And then I kept trying to get him to dance with me but he just hugged the punch bowl most of the night. And I was wearing heels, so that didn't help neither.
Oops. Sometimes when I talk about childhood I let some of my old dustbowl twang back in.

My first date as a robot was even worse, though. He seemed so nice but then it turned out he was like this fetishist. And it's not like there weren't warning signs? Like he moved a little quick, which maybe should have raised some red flags. But you know it was the first time I'd dated in a long time, so I was fine with making it a kind of one night stand deal, and I was all about getting a little kinky and everything, because looking like the new ipod isn't really the way to get a lot of action. But then we got to his room and he just wanted me to lie still like I was some kind of sex toy or something. Like he wanted me to take my head off and-- ugh. Ugh ew gross. It was very very disturbing. I haven't dated anyone with the new bod since.

>>86252
>>85886
Imma kill two birds with one stone here: My uncle Saul was the bumpkinest bumpkin in the bumpkin patch and whenever his family, which numbered like 9 kids, ran outta food, which was a lot, he'd rig up a microwave gun and rig it onto his RV and go out in the desert and cook rattlers with it.
I bet kobold probably tastes kinda like that.

>>86878
I'll tell you what: boy am I glad 73-6 is the main character and not me. That man has turned killing into an art form. And he enjoys it so much more than I could. Which should probably be really scary but isn't there something so like disarmingly cute about the way his little stitchy mouth grins every time he ices someone? You just want to give him a lil' squeeze! He's so nice all the time and normally you'd think nice guy who kills people is kind of like a serial killer but it's weird because I always feel really safe whenever he's around. And you can tell he's a total dork beneath all the leather and the weaponry. You know he's like one of those cool math class genius kids only instead of really good at math he's really good at killing people. But not like the weird mouthbreathing dork, like a charismatic dork. But not like the kind with like a fedora or something. More like the adorkable dork? Who you like, want to watch Battlestar Galactica with so they can talk all about how the cylons in the old series were cooler? What was I talking about? Him being the protagonist.
Well if that's not a good protagonist I don't know what is!
Anyway I was never good with handguns. I couldn't get the stance right. Long guns were more my thing and that's not nearly as cool.

If I could be the protagonist in any other quest I would be in Damned by Tavern, because my head floats around just like theirs! And also because they fight with spears and I have a rifle. So I think I'd do pretty good.
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No. 87564 ID: bb78f2

>>87563
Would it be trudging up bad memories asking if you had any old photo's of yourself from before your new body replacement?
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No. 87566 ID: bb78f2

>>87563
Also, do women like yourself have some gene databank in case they want kids but can't have them these days? Like frozen blood cells they can build a fake egg from or anything?

Just wondering if robot's can still have kids. Somehow. In a way, in case they really wanted to. That body's going to make you have a long lifetime, so might get boring just being yourself all the time. What IS the expected lifespan of people living in your type of body?
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No. 87569 ID: e30e12
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>>87564
Sure!
This was me and my daddy when he visited the base I was on one time. Before I shipped out. He isn't too short. I was just real tall.

Man. Sometimes I miss having boobs.

>>87566
Nope. All my eggs're fried. Hah. I think the expected lifespan of a body like mine is around twice as normal, depending on what kind of history of brain disease your family has. My family's hale as a horse, most likely. It'll probably be the equipment that fails before my brain does. The dang thing takes so much money to maintain! And I'm like, four software updates behind because I'm renting out all my bandwith for costs.
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No. 87572 ID: 4c5cf2

>I'm renting out all my bandwith for costs
You can't afford not to do that, now that the bureau swept you up? And they've got you working on ops, you'd think they'd want the security of not having unknown outsiders renting out parts of your cyber-brain.
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No. 87579 ID: 024b25

>>87569
>Man. Sometimes I miss having boobs.

Is it a choice or a mandate not to get simulated ones?
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No. 87587 ID: bb78f2

Well, do you have a nice robobutt, at least?
Maybe pack it into some jeans?
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No. 87588 ID: bb78f2

So, anyone love listening to Issac Hayes?
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No. 87590 ID: e30e12
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87590

>>87572
Oh gosh I don't lend space to like chinese gold farmers or anything! I sell it all to the federal bureaus. They don't give the best rates but they have full transparency about what they're running on you.
And I don't really see any of the money. It all goes into my debts.
An agency of killer zombies is powerful, but they ain't nothing compared to debt.
Having a job at the Bureau may help!!
A little!!
I hope!!

>>87579
They totally sell them but I haven't bought a pair because it feels kind of trashy to buy boobs.
Also the real nice looking ones are not cheap.

>>87587
You're darn right!
I had such a flat butt before. Right after having a game console in my spine my favorite part of this body is my caboose. See? It's not all bad!
Ba donka donk!

Of course Keesh is my roomate and compared to hers it's not anything to write home about. But I like it. That's why I wear lil' short shorts all the time.
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No. 87593 ID: e30e12
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87593

Aight what have I missed.
Shiiiit. A lot. I'm finna just answer the ones about fucking mostly.

>>82012
>Tits or Ass?
Take a guess.
>>80828
>Paper or Plastic?
Seaweed.
Ain't enough oil to make anything so disposable as bags out of plastic anymore.
>>81081
>Smash Main?
I forget the name but it's the big guy with the mask and the falcon punch.
>>81110
>Who's the biggest /Quest/ badass?
Penji. Don't you fuckin' tell Penelope I said it ain't her.
>>81287
>Annoying thing you deal with
Mother Fucking Catcalls, man. It is not easy to have a booty with this level of ferociousness in a city with this level of douchebag male.
>>82242
>Fuck with no strings attached.
Honest? I'd bang out that elf Goldie from Maroon. Do we know what they looks like underneath those pants yet? I don't give a shit. This whole minor sexual reawakening got me feeling genderfucky.
>>82834
>What porn do you like?
Choking.
>>>83494
>Top or bottom?
Bottom.
>>84053
>What's the most adorable thing you've ever heard your lover say in bed?
Chupamela, perra.
>>84417
>Favorite chorus from any song
Right now this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yDP9MKVhZc
>>85297
>Amish settlements?
Do you mean like no technology or weirdly polite? Cuz most of the middle and south of what used to be the USA has barely any tech like the sprawls have, but Amish settlements didn't have heads on sticks or flamethrower biker gangs.
>>86878
>What if you were main character in another quest?
Tag me in on that panty raid shit. I'd get that shit poppin.
>>87588
Isaac Hayes is fine but he gets boring. I only like Hot Buttered Soul. Curtis Mayfield got the soul/funk ratio down to a science. Get you on some Curtis Mayfield shit.
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No. 87598 ID: 256d52
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87598

>I think it is less that such an entity is immune to conventional weapons, and more that it is a fusion of a dispersed biological weapon and infantry, where possible it can rapidly increase it's number, and even dead units may be able to recover from injury by adapting to a state that can be easily hidden and reformed.
>Of course, I don't think the training of the individual would survive if such mechanisms came into use.
Alice doesn't want to think about the possibility of popping out a bunch of little Alices any time soon. Far too many ways for gone horribly wrong. An aggressively self replicating bioweapon is an incredibly irresponsible design too.

>>87469
>The scenario I was describing involved more than one such-as-you.
>Furthermore, it's not so much a matter of the 'Fermi paradox solved' outcome being inevitable, or even the most likely outcome. Such a crisis might also be dealt with quickly and cleanly by a few platoons with flamethrowers, or result in some intermediate degree of cataclysmic tragedy, such as the loss of a single city, or a population bottleneck from which the civilization eventually recovers... or a dark age during which some other threat (asteroid, climate change, opportunistic conventional invaders, further meddling with Precursor ruins, etc.) finishes them off.
>I was just saying that an extinction event is alarmingly plausible, even with a far smaller initial force than such scenarios typically assume. The cold war toward the end of the 20th century, for example, had millions of humans on both sides.
Staaaaaahp.

The scale's all wrong for a doomsday scenario unless Alice has some absolutely ridiculous and entirely speculative hidden capabilities.

Time to find something else to talk about.

>Space characters in general: If you could be a species other than your own, what would you like to be?
Human. Hah, that was a joke.

In all seriousness, being human is pretty great. It'd be interesting trying being something that can live in an exotic environments like underwater or in space but Alice doesn't think she'd want to live like that permanently.
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No. 87599 ID: 74fd17

Yo 38-3, how old is your current iteration, and what do you think of the more recently made reconstituted assets running around?
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No. 87600 ID: 256d52
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87600

>...dungeons can be courted?
A largely sessile existence renders that essentially impossible. Normally I would have much greater difficulty communicating with others and during an invocation I'd be concerned with other matters.

>Yes, this raises a good point. Are there formal courtship rituals between dungeons? How does that work?
Although on the subject of communication between dungeons, a limited sort of communion using the earth pulse is possible, especially when they are dreaming. But more practically when one is more coherent, information can be encoded into a magical item. The shape of it, the design, the cut of gems, the composition of metals, the threading of channels, the spells themselves. And a magical item prized by an adventurer is likely to be taken into many dungeons...
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No. 87601 ID: a2f9bc

Hey Deem, how annoying is it when an adventurer figures out a decent chunk of your layout and just goes through the place over and over in quick succession?
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No. 87625 ID: b73460

>>87600
so the dungeon communication network is basically shouting and hoping your target hears it. not so much a bulletin board as a herald. or spam letters.
we can do better, surely.
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No. 87626 ID: 024b25

>>87625
More like pollination, maybe?
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No. 87632 ID: 4c5cf2

>using encrypted messaging built into powerful artifacts that adventures will feel compelled to obtain and carry to different dungeons
...that's brilliant.

>>87626
And yeah, it basically is pollination. You're setting up enticements / rewards to motivate a third party to unknowingly convey information between individuals.

Not genetic information if dungeons don't reproduce this way. Although if a community of dungeons share ideas and designs along this channel, it could be said to be an analogue. More successful dungeons attract more adventures to distribute their ideas, dungeons who design better artifacts get more adventures to physically carry their message, dungeons who design more pleasing artifacts get more attention from fellow dungeons who encounter their work. You've got several metrics for success that influence how information spread and shapes the next 'generation' of dungeons as individuals learn from one another and redesign themselves. A kind of natural selection, at work.

>tl;dr
Both Arhra's quest protagonists are plants after all!
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No. 87640 ID: 2f4b71

>>87632
I guess memetic propagation of Dungeon design concepts could effectively be the equivalent of genetic propagation of body layout, given that the Dungeon design effectively is the Dungeon Heart's body.
>>87598
>It'd be interesting trying being something that can live in an exotic environments like underwater or in space but Alice doesn't think she'd want to live like that permanently.
Quick question Alice: have you noticed yourself breathing at all?
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No. 87646 ID: ba8629
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87646

>Alice's point was that there are definitely weapons that are very deadly to her. Even in the extreme case that you somehow have a weapon that is immune to all conventional ground based forces - this 'cannibal-kaiju' situation - a military will still have strategic assets that are capable of dealing with it.
>Uh, can a tozol or something back Alice up on this?
To an extent. Big targets are just that. Unless you start growing nuclear suppression fields or air defense systems, you're correct.

There's just one problem.

>Still, as a single person there's only so much she can do.
I've never heard of anything that can do this assimilation trick of yours. Not this fast. Nowhere near this fast. An organism which can grow dozens of pounds in seconds is an unprecedented threat.

Suppose you multiply. That's how most bioweapons work, from viruses to jabberwocks. Suppose you hit some arbitrary threshold and multiply in some way. Binary fission, laying eggs, infecting others.

Given a population center worth of biomass, at the rate you grow, we could be looking at a population doubling every few minutes. By the time most authorities could comprehend the city is lost, the population's been eaten, every vehicle's repurposed to spread xenoforms, and the infestation becomes unstoppable barring total destruction of the biosphere.

Much of this is conjecture, but I wouldn't risk it. Few tozols would. Faced with such a threat, we'd respond immediately with all available resources to annihilate every xenoform. All conceivable collateral damage is justifiable, up to and including preventative deployment of strategic weapons.

>Alice isn't even going to go into the fact that only a sociopath is going to try for total extermination of the indigene population.
No comment.

>Alice doesn't want to think about the possibility of popping out a bunch of little Alices any time soon. Far too many ways for gone horribly wrong. An aggressively self replicating bioweapon is an incredibly irresponsible design too.
It really is.
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No. 87647 ID: 9ddf68

>>87646
is it wrong that the more I learn about tozols and what kind of guns they have the less I fear them?
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No. 87648 ID: e607cd

>>87647
Space weasels are not supposed to be scary because of their equipment. They are scary because they are competent. And can squeeze through plumbing pipes.
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No. 87655 ID: f461c5

>>87600
so how do dungeons modify artifacts brought into their dungeon to add their data to the dialogue? Is there a tradition of 'hidden' upgrade shrines, or something similar, so that the conversation can grow relatively naturally, or do you generally just pump out new batches of loot with your newest information?
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No. 87656 ID: f461c5

>>87648
Space weasels would be scarier if they didnt have such great dietary (And caloric) requirements.
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No. 87663 ID: 9ddf68

>>87648
eh, it's just that the more I learn about them they just become more and more the guys with the best guns and less the unstoppable monsters that will never ever die no matter what you do.

I mean when Tozol quest the image that was set up for me was an unstoppable force that no matter how badly you hurt it, no matter how many time you drove it back it would just keep coming until you ran out of places to run, ammo, or luck and then kill you horribly. But the more I learn of them the just seem to become some guy with a better gun and armor that can be countered by getting a better gun or just being clever enough.
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No. 87667 ID: 54af1f

>>87663

That's probably because you're seeing them from their own point of view.

Like, how scary is the US army from your point of view? Probably not very. On the other hand, if you're an insurgent, faced with invisible death from drones in the sky or green eyed ghouls who come in the dark then it's probably a lot scarier.
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No. 87671 ID: e607cd

>>87663
It's almost like learning more about your enemy humanizes them in your eyes.

I'm not usually one for harping on hippy crap, but I mean damn. You are making it so obvious.
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No. 87690 ID: 8f01e8

>>87598
>Staaaaaahp.
I apologize.

>Time to find something else to talk about.
Imagine the midget fishlizards have stopped actively opposing you, your condition is somehow stabilized, and all your surviving friends and assorted other salvageable assets have been loaded onto a suitably functional ship. Where do you go next?

What is your favorite kind of pie?
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No. 87705 ID: 189a54
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87705

>>What is your favorite kind of pie?

Ooh, pie? Mum's bowberry an' dedberry pie's th' best! She gets all th' ingrediments from th' Forest o' Ailment, great stuff!
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No. 87764 ID: 344d4e

Alice, do you realize you have eaten six Xotl's reproductive organs?
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No. 87768 ID: cee89f

>>87646
Er, all that assumes that Alice can go through birth as quickly as she absorbs biomass. It's quite possible that - for instance - reproduction by fission would take a few hours. And at that point, she's half her original size and need to build that back up again.

But for those several hours, the city would have likely panicked already and begun running. Which means she wouldn't have an entire city's worth of biomass anymore, and it'd be harder to build herself back up. Bioweapons (whether a disease or a biomass like Alice) tend to rely on the population not noticing the infection until it's too late to stop.

Alice isn't quite the doomsday scenario you present here.

...

'course, I haven't read whatever quest Alice is in, and my post assumes Alice takes a lot of time to reproduce (which she may not), so take that with a grain of salt.
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No. 87769 ID: a8adaf

Rynh, Jerhal, et al.: How did your two weeks go while Sika goofed around learning magic?
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No. 87782 ID: 256d52
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>Quick question Alice: have you noticed yourself breathing at all?
There was that one time, where... hmm... Right now, let's see. If she holds her breath...

Well, shit.

Uh, she still has a heart beat so that implies she needs a circulatory system for something.

>Imagine the midget fishlizards have stopped actively opposing you, your condition is somehow stabilized, and all your surviving friends and assorted other salvageable assets have been loaded onto a suitably functional ship. Where do you go next?
Spaaaace.

But no, the next step is something along the lines of Alice locking herself in a secure room while the ship heads back to friendly space and everyone else gets in touch with wiser heads than her own to decide what exactly happens next.

>What is your favourite kind of pie?
Uh, meat pies?

Kinda basic, yeah, but it makes her think of back when she was a kid. Got to buy lunch at school once a week and the pies were the best thing on offer. She's still got a soft spot for anything with a flaky pastry on a hot day.

>Alice, do you realize you have eaten six Xotl's reproductive organs?
Well thanks. Alice had not realised. She will try to not to think about that and so should you.

>>87646
>Much of this is conjecture, but I wouldn't risk it. Few tozols would. Faced with such a threat, we'd respond immediately with all available resources to annihilate every xenoform. All conceivable collateral damage is justifiable, up to and including preventative deployment of strategic weapons.
Right. Tozols are going to tozol. Great.

>'course, I haven't read whatever quest Alice is in, and my post assumes Alice takes a lot of time to reproduce (which she may not), so take that with a grain of salt.
It's all entirely speculative at this point. Since this topic seems to be inescapable, Alice doesn't know how little Alices are made and if it does happen she can probably kill it before it's a problem if it's not rational. If it can happen and is a clone or something, it might even be necessary to get the other crew free, but it'd be too dangerous for her to get off this rock.
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No. 87794 ID: 60700b

>>87768
>>/questarch/554553

Alice, maybe you breath through your hair?
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No. 87806 ID: bb78f2

Monica, what happens if assets of the Bureau, say a moldie, somehow manage to reproduce? I know that seems technically impossible from a natural standpoint, but in Penelope's case it technically IS.

However, since she's attracted to her own sex, it's not going to happen. But if there ever will be a case similar to Penelope's where reproduction is possible, or if gay couples actually can now have children related to both parents in this future of yours, and Penelope and Keesh actually have their relationship last long enough for them to TRY for a genetically related kid...

You get where I'm going here. Does the Bureau HAVE a response to that or will let the agent do their thing and have the child?
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No. 87809 ID: 3d60ec

>>87782
>she can probably kill it before it's a problem if it's not rational
what if it's functionally a baby? what if you birth a baby, alice?
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No. 87813 ID: b6178d

>>87782

Miss Dietrich, your mind is a jumbled bundle of memories, emotions and new instincts. You've had a couple of breakdowns over this fact, so let's try to turn it around a little.

Try to explore the following question. What would you say are the most convenient facets of your new transhuman existence? Besides not being dead.

>Uh, she still has a heart beat so that implies she needs a circulatory system for something.

Most larger living beings require some form of circulatory system, just to get stuff where needed. Yours is probably part and parcel of how your new 'digestive system' functions, considering how easily you assimilate (and manipulate) biological mass by way of your feeding tendrils.

Regarding the lack of breathing, given the nature of your new body you could possess some form of freakishly advanced plant stoma analog, directly feeding the circulatory system with whatever air you need. Most of the alternatives do not bear thinking of. Trust me. I thought of them and they did not stand much thinking.
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No. 87815 ID: cee89f

>>87646
Man I hope Rinis gets their own quest.

... Though honestly I'd settle for any Tozol in any quest that isn't a porno. They're awesome.

Tozols: What kind of battle songs do you have?
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No. 87818 ID: aef4c1

To Kairosa: What would happen to a visitor if they were to fall off our nifty floating islands? (Will we need to install safety railings?)

To Ali um I mean, to YOU there, maid-girl who can't remember her name, working in Peregrin's castle: Are there up/downsides to working in such a ghost-rich environment? Have you made any friends around here yet, living or dead? Is Peregrin as pleasant to his employees as he is to his allies?
Also, check your cheat notes: do you have a last name?
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No. 87829 ID: c9f2af

>My first date ever ever was at the Sadie Hawkins
Am I the only one who read that as "with Sadie Hawkins" for a second. Apparently my brain autocorrects to lesbians.
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No. 87845 ID: 256d52
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>What if it's functionally a baby? What if you birth a baby, Alice?
WHHHHHHY

>Alice, maybe you breath through your hair?
What.

>Miss Dietrich, your mind is a jumbled bundle of memories, emotions and new instincts. You've had a couple of breakdowns over this fact, so let's try to turn it around a little.
>Try to explore the following question. What would you say are the most convenient facets of your new transhuman existence? Besides not being dead.
Everything else comes a distant second.
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No. 87846 ID: a2f9bc

Alice, what were your thoughts on having kids before getting captured by the Xotl?
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No. 87847 ID: e30e12
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>>87806
If a non-moldie Bureau member like me had a baby, we'd get some maternity leave and a congratulatory card.

I have no idea what they'd do if a moldie got pregnant. Even the ones in any kind of fertile condition get sterilized during reconstitution. Um, so that would be impossible.

Man. Good thing Penelope likes girls or I'd be on my toes.
I think the Bureau has no response to it mostly because it would never ever happen. If it did... I don't know. They sure as shit wouldn't let the agent just "do their thing". I can't see it ending well for anyone. At all.
This is a disturbing line of thought.
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No. 87857 ID: bb78f2

>>87847
So... if Penelope was a male or got Keesh gaypregnant with possible future DNA magic (which I really don't imagine her or Penelope ever wanting a baby, but who knows), or you guys got another case like Penelope's that WAS male, would it be as much of an issue for an Agent to be a father?

And, since Penelope's case is rather special, I take it that all agents ARE reconstituted assets, and that no one living has ever filled in a proper application and resume, and then interviewed for a job as an agent at the Bureau, correct? All your non-moldie employee's are handlers or business people? No non-moldie agents?
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No. 87860 ID: ed89ed
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87860

>To Kairosa: What would happen to a visitor if they were to fall off our nifty floating islands? (Will we need to install safety railings?)
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No. 87861 ID: 687279

>>87860
Haha, well, that settles that.
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No. 87863 ID: a19cd5

>>87860
oh
oh man
you HAVE to cannonball off now and ride the recoil
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No. 87916 ID: cee89f

>>87860
... How in Saulanna did that rock bounce back with MORE force than you threw-

... Oh my Luna THE INNER WORLD HAS A REVERSE GRAVITATIONAL PULL!!! When you threw that rock, the reverse gravity pulled it back towards the island and it reached terminal velocity before coming back through the mist to hit you! =D THAT MEANS THAT ALL YOUR ISLANDS HAVE AN UNDERSIDE YOU CAN EXPLORE!!!

I love the inner world.

Wordblood: I recall that the description for that mist of yours stated that the mist could 'support' living beings. Can it provide for all of a living being's physical needs, and how healthy is it to subsist entirely on a diet (for lack of a better term) of mist?
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No. 87917 ID: 2ec61a

>>87916
still doesn't work. gravity doesn't do that.
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No. 87921 ID: cee89f

>>87917
Look, it's close enough that Rule of Cool + Rule of Funny can justify it. And both of those things are practically codified laws of physics in Exalted.
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No. 87923 ID: 0ee153

>>87921
They literally are, actually.

For anyone who didn't already know: Everything that exists is represented/mirrored in the Loom of Fate, and if you change the Loom you change reality. The Loom is watched after and maintained by the pattern spiders, god-machines shaped like... spiders. They make sure gravity stays down, water stays wet, trees fall when they're cut, and so on. They're also sapient and they can get bored. Stunting is an attempt at pleasing the Pattern Spiders to let them bend spacetime and the laws of physics in your favor.

Also it's been established that Exalted physics aren't the same as real-world physics, with the fundamental particle of reality being the mote and everything being made of Essence, not quarks. It does act like ordinary physics if you don't look too hard, with water boiling, iron rusting, and so on, but if you look very closely, it only does that because, for example, the least god of the fire tells the least god of the water that he should be boiling right about now.
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No. 87931 ID: aef4c1

>>87916
I figure the islands aren't double-sided because the mist takes the place of an ocean. Also because we've seen that the islands have rough rounded undersides.
Not saying there can't be secrets from the subconscious hidden there if one learns to swim in mist, mind you...
My theory about the bigger bounce is that the boundary between the Inner World and Elsewhere is elastic, and also continually charged with energy from all the motes Kairosa is pulling inside.
That, or Greenie threw the rock back.

>>87923
Makes me wonder, does the Inner world have Pattern Spiders or some equivalent? (Or Least Gods, for that matter?) If it subsists solely because of Titanic Will maintaining its pattern, could Pattern Spiders still enter it (by, say, hitching a ride with visitors)?
If so, it might become a popular hangout for them, seeing as how we occasionally stop time there - which means any Pattern Spider caught inside can take a break for the duration, for possibly the first time in history...
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No. 87934 ID: cee89f

>>87923
There's a rule of cool and a rule of funny, yes. I'm not sure if it's an actual law of physics that the spiders are enforcing, or if that's something pattern spiders do because they wanna.

>>87931
I was thinking it was more like a cloud layer, or the surface of the ocean. Like, the difference between the two sets of gravity was holding it into a layer of mist.

I GUESS the outside layer could be elastic, but that would imply that Saulanna's mindscape has some sort of upper limit. Much less awesome.
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No. 87959 ID: 0ee153

>>87934
It's something they do because they wanna, but given that they regulate the laws of reality, they're laws of the Exalted unvierse because the pattern spiders want them to be.
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No. 87963 ID: ecd0ab

>>87931
The Inner World most likely does not have an equivalent to pattern spiders...yet. It's still on the small/simple side, and also metaphysically very flexible still, since Saulanna hasn't formed all her primary devas yet or anything. I wouldn't expect all the laws that currently hold up in there to necessarily stay the same.
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No. 87969 ID: 8f01e8

>>87860
...huh. I was expecting the rock to end up like the main character in Braid when he falls on spikes.

>>>87923
>Stunting is an attempt at pleasing the Pattern Spiders to let them bend spacetime and the laws of physics in your favor.

No! No, no no! Stunting predates the pattern spiders, and works just as well or better in areas outside of Fate, where they have no influence. If anything, the pattern spiders hate stunting because reconciling brief moments of awesome with the otherwise banal laws of Creation's physics gives them more work to do.

Stunting is fundamentally an expression of the spark of heroic potential in every self-willed creature, the capacity to dream of a better world and incrementally impose that dream on undefined gaps in the environment. The Ebon Dragon invented Fate and insisted that it be included in Creation as part of an effort to close those gaps, because he is (or was) allergic to heroism.
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No. 87973 ID: 6e00a5

I don't know if author replies in ITQ are quite something that's supposed to happen, but we got a little discussion here and I feel I should step in.

So, first of all, Saulanna's inner world has nothing to do with Fate as it exists in Creation, so I don't know where that came from; samsara does apply, to an extent, but I've basically created my own conception of what samsara is for Lunar Quest. In any case, the rules of reality within Saulanna's world are easily capable of being different. How time works, how light behaves, the way that mist flows and collects, et cetera. Gravity too: it may be that gravity just does work like that in there, or it could be there is some sort of bouncy barrier, or maybe there was something that threw it back. Or maybe it was something else! And the rules can change in the future.

Second, as I've said before, there are differences between Lunar Quest canon and Exalted canon in any case, and particularly in regards the nature, personalities and deeds of the primordials/Titans - the explanation for this being that such information has been skewed by the perspectives and presumptions of the Titans' enemies and because most studies were done on those Titans who had been radically altered from their original forms. In other words, what Exalted game books say about the primordials is unreliable as far as Lunar Quest is concerned.
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No. 87990 ID: cee89f

>>87973
>In other words, what Exalted game books say about the primordials is unreliable as far as Lunar Quest is concerned.
Yes, we get that, but for most aspects of LQ's world we have almost nothing else to go on. Personally, I'm treating Exalted as semi-canon unless something stated in LQ (or by you) overrides it. Such as the Daystar not being a thing.

Also: I didn't think of it before, but maybe Kai just accelerated the rock because she got bored waiting, but it was already on its return journey for whatever reason.

Or maybe the mist is bouncy at it's thickest!
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No. 88100 ID: 52ddcd
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>To Wordblood: Do Devas automatically grow in Talents (and/or Competencies) when they raise their Soul Force - or should we budget for those improvements separately?

”Talents do generally increase along with Soul Force, and Competencies may do so as well. However, those traits which improve will only be those associated with the deva’s nature. Take myself for example: my basic ability to comprehend all languages is, of course, perfect. Raw magical force could prevent me doing so with a concealment effect, but I would be aware that something was off. This ability will not really improve, as there is little room for it to do so, save in that blocking it will become more difficult. There are, however, what you might call ‘secondary’ abilities associated with my linguistic nature, such as the capacity for being a persuasive speaker. As my Soul Force increases, my Inspiration Talent, and associated Competencies, will increase on their own. All devas also receive an array of basic functionality, and I may or may not also gain ‘tertiary’ abilities from the general themes of the greater Titan of whom I am part. Talents and Competencies may also be granted in the same way as my physical form, through the symbolic resonances of samsara. As a dragon, for example, I know how to fight using my horns and teeth and claws, and how to fly, even though none of these skills are associated with my Purpose or Element. We can also be directly granted Talents and Competencies through application of Titan’s Will, though it will be more or less expensive to do so based on how well the improvement coincides with our nature.”

>Also, you've mentioned that some Common Devas attempt to make themselves stronger, improving their Soul Force somewhat over time. What does such a work-out regimen classically entail for a spiritual entity? Is it a matter of training, or meditating on your nature, or accumulating favors - or does it come down to just plain stuffing yourself with all the energy you manage to scrounge up?

”Ah, now, this is quite an interesting question. The simple answer is ‘possibly all those things, but it depends’, and I know that won’t satisfy you.”

“One of the limitations of Lord and Noble devas is that we are, in a sense, ‘locked in’ - being part of our Titan’s self, we derive our nature from a higher source and cannot change it on our own. As such, we are incapable of training or of truly learning, beyond rote memorization. You could give Kairosa a bow, and arrows, and a target, but no matter how much you have her practice, she will never become a better archer than her natural dexterity and coordination initially allow. We can generally only improve by application of Titan’s Will, which is itself a representation or reflection of the growth of our Titan as a whole. Common devas, not being solid part of their Titan’s soul-structure, do not suffer this limitation. However, it remains relatively rare that a Common deva improves themselves beyond their base form, and to explain why, I must first explain what a Common deva is, as they are quite different from the higher orders. One simple analogy, used already, is to say they are tools. Like a hammer or a sword, they are created for a purpose, and it is only when put to that purpose they ‘live’. The difference between a living tool and a dead one is whether it is being held by a living hand, and in the same way, the body of a Common deva is an instrument given life by the will and animating essence of a Titan. You see, if the Lords and Nobles are like the ‘organs’ of a Titan, then there is also a general life force circulating between them, equivalent to their blood. Creating a Common deva is simply a matter of creating a body, generally from the spirit matter of one’s own inner world, and then breathing that essence into it in order to bring it to life. That borrowed life force is their equivalent of a soul. On their death, barring specific abhorrent magic, that essence will return to their Titan to circulate anew, and if their creator cares to, they can bring the deva back to life again by making them a new body, within a certain time limit.”

“Now, normally a Common deva will do little more than what they were created to do. However, their life comes from a Titan, and Titans are powerful and complex beings. Individual Commons can have distinct personalities due to random impurities in the blend of energy which they happened to be animated by, and sometimes this essence can contain a spark of the creative forces of their progenitor. This can allow such a deva to think beyond the purpose their body was created for, and give them the imagination and drive to explore all the possible applications of their being. To go back to the analogy of tools, one might imagine a carpenter’s knife coming to the realization that it can also be used to cut food, or be employed as a weapon. Of course, Common devas are much more powerful and complicated than simple tools, and the ways and degrees to which they can expand upon themselves are much wider. The original metaphor holds, however, in that the ways that they can improve themselves often vary depending on what their original nature was. Generally speaking, however, Common devas can usually improve themselves by exploring extra dimensions of their own nature, by improving the efficiency with which they use their native abilities and powers, or by receiving worship from mortals, whose prayers can provide them with small amounts of useable aether. Common devas can also attempt to meditate on their connection to their progenitor-Titan, unblocking in-built spiritual limitations in order to draw in greater amounts of their animating essence, effectively allowing their ‘soul’ to grow larger, giving them more potential and power. This is somewhat risky, however. If they open the connection too much, they might lose their personal cohesion, and go mad or die. They can also, of course, simply ask their creator to improve them, though then of course they have to make a case for their worth. Through all this, it should be noted that even those Common who have the motivation to grow usually retain most of their natural traits; and that, like all devas, they will be primarily driven by a desire to serve their progenitor. To do otherwise would be to forsake the purpose of their existence.”

“Finally, I would be remiss if I did not mention that there are, of course, some exceptions to all this. Devas can be given the ability to improve themselves as part of their nature. A war deva, for one example, generally has the capacity to learn how to use new weapons or fighting styles that have been invented since their creation. Devas given bodies of flesh and blood, for another, usually have some ability to train it for greater strength as mortals do. There are always strange possibilities.”


>Wordblood: I recall that the description for that mist of yours stated that the mist could 'support' living beings. Can it provide for all of a living being's physical needs, and how healthy is it to subsist entirely on a diet (for lack of a better term) of mist?

”It may be possible to live off our mist alone, but I’m not entirely sure. The mortal need for air is rather simple, as it is both received and released quickly and easily; the need for water is similar. The mist should provide for both those needs safely. Food is more tricky. What one eats becomes part of oneself, and to begin with, mortal creatures are unlikely to be able to ‘digest’ it into the variety of particulars that they need food to provide. Beyond which, doing so extensively could have side effects. What if, once it leaves our inner world, our living mist turns into normal air and water? The effects on someone who had incorporated it into their own body would be unpleasant, at the very least.”
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No. 88110 ID: ecd0ab

>>88100
Maybe we should just start a garden in the inner world or something instead. That would probably be less of a headache than trying to feed mortals entirely on mist. Although I suppose we don't have a SUN, so much, so we might need another source of energy for most plant life? This would probably be solved if we had more devas, but can we do something with just Power, maybe? Or a relatively small expenditure of Will?

And to Wordblood and Kairosa- is Aether a viable element for a deva, or is it too closely watched to risk it? There was some concern that Gaia would react to us choosing it, but it seems like Gaia has been away from Creation for a very long time now. Do you have any theories on why that might be? And what about the Dragon's Shadow? Is he likely to be upset if we chose to create a deva sharing an element with one of his, or pleased? How much would it be likely to tell him if we did create such a deva? Would he feel it? Or would he only have influence over it if he was AWARE of it? There seems to be a lot of confusion over this, since you said that looking into our inner world was effectively the same as trying to look into any other world, but you also say that other Titans could exert influence over our shared elements. How much of a danger is this?

Also to Wordblood specifically: are those examples of commoners something you've drawn from what others created in the past, or just ideas you have?
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No. 88199 ID: cee89f

>>88110
Maybe the Hero Soul could act as a sun/moon? It provides light, at least.
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No. 88234 ID: b8ceae

Khiram: So you just like guys, right?
Would you be interested in a polygamous relationship? Like with Ron and another girl?

Ron: So, how was your first dick? What did you think of it?
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No. 88259 ID: 8f01e8

>>88100
Are the last two words on you there "some innovation," or what?
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No. 88344 ID: d1a9b3

To Wordblood: Has there ever been any case where a Common Deva 'ascends' from its position, becoming a Noble Deva?
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No. 88416 ID: bb78f2

Sara, when you made the switch from human body to robot body, were you just fighting one minute, got severly injured the next, fell unconcsious then woke up in your robot body? Or were you in the infirmary for a while with your regular body and someone asked you for your permission to do the switch?

Just curious how the story went. I guess I'm asking for your final war story, if you don't count that fight with DA, the physical or virtual one. And what war did you fight in? What was it about?

And what happened to your old body? Did you bury it? What organs DID you keep besides your brain, unless your brain was digitized or something.

How long before Ghost in the Shell bodies happen?
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No. 88437 ID: cee89f

>>88100
Wordblood, Kairosa, Saulanna: If you could make any one commoner deva right this second, what would it be, what would it do and what would it look like? (Assume that your fellow devas don't offer their own input - this is a private project)

Also to all three of you: Thoughts on sex?

Wordblood: "Lemme see your war face!"

Any scellor: thoughts on celibacy.

Any tozol: Would you have an intimate moment with anyone to the sounds of explosions? ...

not real explosions, mind, just recordings. I imagine if there were REAL explosions while you were trying to nuzzle her tozzle it'd ruin the mood.
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No. 88594 ID: beff87

>>87646
Tell us about Jabberwocks, if you please.
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No. 89570 ID: 8f01e8

>>87593
>Choking
>Bottom

So... has the Keesh, contrary to your previous assertion, been leashed?
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No. 89571 ID: aef4c1

To Wordblood: Does a Noble Deva influence the whole Titan's capabilities, the way a Lord does? For example, if you were to develop a Thought Noble, would Kairosa gain access to Thought-derived abilities to the same extent she has Words-derived abilities, or would those be exclusive to you?
Related question: Is it as potentially troublesome for a Noble to share its Element with another Titan/Celestial God as it is for a Lordly Deva to do so? Say, if a Rebirth Deva develops a Noble of Change, will The Dragon's Shadow gain as much influence over Saulanna as if she had a Lordly Deva with that Element? Will a Noble of Darkness make the whole Titan vulnerable to holy attacks?

To Peregrin: What happens if a traveller from Creation tries to enter a shadowland during the night, or if one from the Underworld tries to enter at day? Is there a barrier in place, or is it possible to enter, but not to leave the same way?
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No. 89635 ID: fb3812

Everyone finish this sentence: I like my women/men/objects of affection like I like my ________; __________ and _________
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No. 89636 ID: 189a54
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>>89635
I like my women like I like my X-Com issue undies....

Big an' with my dick in em.
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No. 89638 ID: 7dafdc
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>>89635

"I like my women like I like my music; wild and rockin'!"
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No. 89640 ID: defceb
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>>89635
"I like 'em like I like cyborgs, enhanced and not trying to kill me."
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No. 89651 ID: 1f8505

To all characters: if you could have and endless supply of any food, what would you have?
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No. 89655 ID: a6f481
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89655

>>89651

"Frog legs" (translated from grunts)
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No. 89773 ID: 91ee5f

To Alice Dietrich: If you changed shape (like into a mutant space dragon thing) and you could keep your sanity and control it, would you keep your new form or find a way to change back to your normal mutant human-ish plant monster form?
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No. 89800 ID: 256d52
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89800

>Alice, what were your thoughts on having kids before getting captured by the Xotl?
Uh, eventually? Alice hadn't given much thought to settling down but she guesses she'd always assumed she'd want to sooner or later. She has some eggs on ice. It's standard policy for the Survey Corps in case of, well, not Alice's exact circumstances but you get the idea.

>To all characters: if you could have an endless supply of any food, what would you have?
Something not sapient. Also endless sounds like a bad idea. Alice has trouble stopping. She doesn't want to explode or something. This is a bad question right now.

>To Alice Dietrich: If you changed shape (like into a mutant space dragon thing) and you could keep your sanity and control it, would you keep your new form or find a way to change back to your normal mutant human-ish plant monster form?
Nothing good could possibly come of that. Hands. Hands are nice.
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No. 89823 ID: 91ee5f

Ok, Miss Alice Dietrich again: Slightly different, but more or less the same question. If you could turn into a mutant space dragon thing and also have hands and be able to change between it and your normal mutant human-ish plant monster form whenever you want, would you want that ability or not?
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No. 89848 ID: 3d7c23

deem: have you ever been mistaken for and worshipped as a nature diety? And tell us a bit more about your former dungeon and its inhabitants.
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No. 90130 ID: 2a7417

To Miss Dietrich (in protein): How do you feel about devouring non-sapient creatures alive now? Hopefully this isn't too relevant to current events for you.
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No. 90250 ID: e2a92b

To anyone: What keeps you grounded when things around you are getting crazy?
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No. 90279 ID: 3ec76b

Plyphema, or any other Enemy Quest woo-ee who feels like answering: What do you think of some of the other weird species/races through the viewing portals around here? Any you like? Any you think are chumps?
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No. 90296 ID: 561f64
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>To anyone: What keeps you grounded when things around you are getting crazy?

Lily:Um... Ikram, probably? He doesn't care about other people's opinions at all, really. I mean, in a good way! He's always very reliable for hanging out and is very honest. He's also very smart when he isn't sulking. He's been my best friend for years. Er... He used to be, anyway. Before, y'know... But this new one seems nice, too! So, uh, yay!

>To anyone: What keeps you grounded when things around you are getting crazy?

Ikram: Fuck, I dunno. Weed, I guess? Whatever.
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No. 90300 ID: 0ee153

Usually I wouldn't ask anything about the Enemy quest 'verse since finding shit out is half the premise, but what happens when one person in a brain link dies? Doubt there'd be a good time to ask a relatively irrelevant question in-quest.
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No. 90304 ID: 439483

>>90300
Nothing good, I imagine.
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No. 90467 ID: aca445

Tayza: Do you enjoy wearing high heels?

I guess that question can be applied to everyone else too
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No. 90545 ID: f47994

hey haley, what's with the thigh tattoo? or those underwear for that matter.
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No. 90672 ID: f63e0b
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90672

>Do you enjoy wearing high heels? I guess that question can be applied to everyone else too

Lily: Er… I dunno. When I was a, um, a boy, I mean, before, I was pretty tall. I think high heels would have made me awkward back then. But as a girl, I’m apparently as tiny as Orchid, so… Maybe? I wouldn’t know how to walk in them, though.

Orchid: Have you ever seen those gigantic, like, foot-tall platform shoes with fishbowls and shit in them? Why the fuck would I wear stupid boring heels when I could wear those, man?
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No. 90707 ID: 69994e
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90707

>>90250
>To anyone: What keeps you grounded when things around you are getting crazy?

Usually when things start getting really crazy, I always liked to settle down with a good book and just lose myself in the story. It always helped me calm down when life was getting too crazy, back home.
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No. 90708 ID: 9dd1ee

>>90707
are they Lewd romance novels?
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No. 90717 ID: 3009b4
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90717

>are they Lewd romance novels?
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No. 90722 ID: 69994e
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90722

>>90708
N-no!
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No. 90725 ID: 9dd1ee

>>90722
how Taboo are Tomias/Plover relationships?

are there any specific cute Tomias back home? do you have your eye on any specific "mount"?
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No. 90727 ID: 87c311

>>90722
Eilin: You consider yourself a student when it comes to your magic, right? What do you imagine you'd be capable of when you graduate?
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No. 90730 ID: 809713

>>90707
Awful lucky for you that there was that load on books on board when you shipwrecked.
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No. 90732 ID: 69994e
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90732

>>90730
>Awful lucky for you that there was that load on books on board when you shipwrecked.

Yeah, but a lot of those books were either in languages I don't understand, or some kind of text book. Bestiaries aren't the most thrilling reads, generally.

>>90725
>how Taboo are Tomias/Plover relationships?

Generally any inter-species relationships are frowned upon. I mean, that doesn't mean they don't... happen, or anything... Just that they're usually pretty... taboo...

>>90727
>You consider yourself a student when it comes to your magic, right?

I'm more of an apprentice. I'm assigned a specific professor to work with and assist in their studies and research or run errands for them. In return, they gradually teach me what they know of magic.

>What do you imagine you'd be capable of when you graduate?

I hope to be as great a wizard as Professor Soaring Winds. I hope when my apprenticeship is over, he'll regard me as more than just a student. Like an... equal... an equal...
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No. 90763 ID: 904cc3

So eilin. do plover women got the booty or what?
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No. 90769 ID: fd8fad

To any Kren: How inconvenienced would you be if you were on a boat but then suddenly found yourself thrown overboard or sunk.
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No. 90795 ID: 69994e
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90795

>>90763
>do plover women got the booty or what?

Well, I mean, all Ploverlor have butts, if that's what you're asking. I'm not entirely sure I get what you're asking here.
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No. 90796 ID: 69994e
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90796

>>90769
>How inconvenienced would you be if you were on a boat but then suddenly found yourself thrown overboard or sunk.

This one has been in a quest, for however short its appearance was, so it shall answer this question.

A properly equipped or prepared Kren would hardly be inconvenienced by falling into the water. It could simply swim to shore, back to port, or to the nearest Merchant fleet route, assuming it possessed enough supplies to sustain itself. The most inconvenient part would be the loss of any goods and wares with the ship, and the time lost.
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No. 90807 ID: 8f01e8

>>90732
So if Professor Soaring Winds was there, with you, on that isolated island so far from your society's restrictions, would you attempt to continue the master/apprentice relationship more or less normally, or would you prefer to experiment with the sort of activity described in your... independent studies?
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No. 90808 ID: 904cc3

>>90795
I am talking about the quality of said butts. What about yours? Are you packing some junk in that trunk Eilin?
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No. 90810 ID: 5d4fc9

>>90796
what kind of creepy bug sex do Kren partake in?

>>90732
if you could invent any spell you wanted what would you have it do?
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No. 91181 ID: 88f160

Kairosa:

Are your bracelets portals to the Kairosa's Body Dimension? Can you take them off one arm and see if you have anything else you can stick through them?
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No. 91301 ID: 78a595

Orchid: what was your idle daydream that would be so horrifying if wished into reality?
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No. 91305 ID: 26e769
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91305

>>91301

>Orchid: what was your idle daydream that would be so horrifying if wished into reality?

“Um. Let’s just say that I had a lot of power fantasies when I was younger, and they’ve kind of stuck around in the way I think of things sometimes, and especially in my, uh, my ‘wish’. I’ve been trying to avoid thinking about it, or saying it out loud, because A. people would think I was fucking crazy, and B. a genie might be listening. I didn’t think I ever had to worry about B before today, but apparently genies exist now. So, uh, yeah. Fuck everything.”
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No. 91310 ID: a19cd5

>power fantasies
>embarrased to talk about them for risk of sounding crazy
>implications

l e w d
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No. 91317 ID: 164c83

Orchid, you realize you didn't answer the question obviously. Surely that was intentional, but you don't know how the twisted minds around here work. We're just gonna start imagining worse and worse things it could be until we agree to assume it's something a hundred times worse than the real 'wish' to believe it is.

Here, I'll start: You wish you could control what people feel so you could make them want to have sex with you, or each other, including desires for deviant fetishes that go far beyond just simple stuff like exhibitionism.
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No. 91318 ID: 26e769
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91318

>>91310
>>91317

>Orchid, you realize you didn't answer the question obviously.

“I do, yeah. Because I don’t want to chance Peddler - or whatever his name was again - overhearing and making it happen. It’s just a silly fantasy.”

>but you don't know how the twisted minds around here work.

“Oh? How twisted are you?”

>You wish you could control what people feel so you could make them want to have sex with you, or each other, including desires for deviant fetishes that go far beyond just simple stuff like exhibitionism.

“…Holy crap. You obviously don’t know me very well, do you? That wish is fucking amazing! I would make that wish in a second. I would shout that wish from the fucking rooftops. And if it was granted, there would be literal fucking rooftops. For fucking. I would make it happen. The ‘wish’ that damn genie picked up on isn’t so much fetishistic and sexual as it is just… boring and dumb. Mundane, even, if a little big.”
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No. 91321 ID: 91cfcf

>>91318
>Orchid confirmed mass rapist
Disgusting.
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No. 91322 ID: 78a595

>>91305
Juvenile, non-lewd power fantasies, huh?

Queen of the world? Mind control? Servants? Turning people who piss you off into crayons?

C'mon, don't make us ask Pendel. Because we will.
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No. 91342 ID: 164c83

>>91318
>>91321
Yeah, might have to call in some pinch-hitters if the subject has no shame about being a wannabe mass-rapist. Calling relevant quest characters: Who thinks they're capable of guessing stupid/crazy/perverted enough?
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No. 91343 ID: 265534
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91343

>What do Kobolds taste like?

Rynh: "Hair."

Jehral: "Probably not very good. We mostly carnivorous, but can eat basically anything, which makes us stringy at best and maybe poisonous depending on the diet of whoever you're eating... City kobolds are probably the safest to eat, but eating people in cities is very illegal and wild kobolds will probably be toxic or give you heavy metal poisoning. Since we're highly resistant to that kind of thing, we could intentionally eat huge amounts to deadly things to make ourselves terrible to eat."

Rynh: "I think the lesson here is not to eat kobolds, but don't let that stop you from putting them in your mouth."
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No. 91350 ID: c57d78

>>91343
are bodily fluids toxic too?
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No. 91368 ID: ddaeae

>>91350
Of course not, else Rynh couldn't have 'swallowed' ;)
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No. 91378 ID: 489e9f

>>91343
I think the thing everyone wants to know is what kobold dick and jizz taste like.
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No. 91381 ID: 78a595

>>91343
Generalize this. Anyone else: what do you taste like?
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No. 91430 ID: 26e769
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91430

>what do you taste like?

Huh? I don't know. I've only had this body for four days. Hold on, let me lick my hand.

...Sort of like saltines, I guess?

Wait... Holy crap. I forgot I was in a copy of my sister's body. Is this what Orchid tastes like? Oh god! I do not want to know what my sister tastes like!

This is so creepy. This is so, so creepy!
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No. 91432 ID: 5d4fc9

Eilin: did you know you know that that dress makes your tits look huge? is that intentional? are you hoping sensei will notice you?

also you opinions on butt sex?
got any fetishes?
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No. 91434 ID: 8e0b6a

>Is this what Orchid tastes like?
Probably not! Assuming she has different eating habits than you do, or that she uses a different soap or body wash or perfume would be enough to affect the flavor.

Also you spend time dressed in different clothes / fabrics, and hanging out in slightly different places, that might have rubbed off on you. (Like, Orchid's probably got a lot more eau de couch ingrained).
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No. 91441 ID: 26e769
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91441

>what do you taste like?

What? Uh… I don’t know. Kind of like potato chips?

>Orchid confirmed mass rapist. Disgusting.
>a wannabe mass-rapist.

Is it really rape if I make them want to do it? Besides, the world could use a lot less sexual tension.

>Yeah, might have to call in some pinch-hitters if the subject has no shame about being a wannabe mass-rapist. Calling relevant quest characters: Who thinks they're capable of guessing stupid/crazy/perverted enough?

Ha! Bring it on, fuckers! I will match and surpass your stupid, crazy perversions!

>Mind control?

Ooh, tempting!

>Servants?

Psh, I could get those without a wish. I just have to get rich.

>Turning people who piss you off into crayons?

That’s amazing! I want that! I want that so much!

>Queen of the world?

…damn it. Okay, call off the perversion, guys. Someone guessed it. Though it’s a little bit less like ‘queen of the world’ and a little bit more like ‘unanimously elected world-dictator for life because she is so awesome’.
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No. 91444 ID: 8f7720
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91444

>>91381
Like spicy chocolate.
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No. 91445 ID: a19cd5

>>91443
I could very easily twist that into a scatological zinger involving bad spanish/indian cuisine. I choose to only imply it instead.
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No. 91447 ID: 8f7720
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91447

>>91445
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No. 91448 ID: a19cd5
91448

>>91447
zing
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No. 91469 ID: 00bd8a

>>91447
if it helps there really wasn't anything you could have said that someone couldn't turn into some kind of horrifying zinger.
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No. 91480 ID: 26e769
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91480

>what do you taste like?

Let me see...

Chemicals. Probably from the resurrection pod.

Um… don’t tell Catherine that I licked her.

>To anyone: What keeps you grounded when things around you are getting crazy?

Knowing that I will get my body back. I have to get my body back.

>Do you enjoy wearing high heels? I guess that question can be applied to everyone else too

W-what? No! I’m not a girl!
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No. 91492 ID: 05171d

To any any willing characters. Complete the following about yourself or another:

"________ in the streets, ________ in the sheets."
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No. 91497 ID: f262c4

Question for whoever:

How would you describe your people skills. Do you play well with others?
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No. 91500 ID: bd8b82

questing beast, what do you think of
>>91491
?
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No. 91511 ID: 60c49e

Let's say you end up surviving what most people would call the end of the world. What did you do and how did you fare getting out of said mess?
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No. 91616 ID: b3dd38

Wordblood: What do you look like with no hair?
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No. 91662 ID: 0fc976

Santiago, where are your parents?
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No. 91682 ID: 3009b4
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91682

>Generalize this. Anyone else: what do you taste like?

Sami: From what I've been told, I can taste pretty bitter unless I'm fresh out of a bath. Unless you'd like a more literal answer -- in which case I can't tell you what I taste like, but I can tell you what a faerie tastes like. It's similar to vegemite crossed with copper -- intense, bitter, metallic and salty with a dense texture.

>How would you describe your people skills. Do you play well with others?

Sami: Depends on the people. I have to be pretty honest, I have a hard time looking regular decent people in the eye anymore. I always feel like they KNOW what I am and what I've done. So I actually became friendly with some of the iggs -- the outsiders. Salts, gunts & weets... eh... the people from Shinato, Mericudia and Gaelend. Trite hunter taught me how to shoot, and a stout taught me how to cook game in the field and set traps. They... they might have been mudders. But I'd just as soon not know, they were nice enough to me so I ... can't really call them friends mind you but I owe them ... more respect than I've been showing.

... I have people skill problems when I'm not faking it.
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No. 91706 ID: 4d8aa1

To everyone: if you met someone who was basically you but the opposite sex, in terms of looks, skill and personality, would you do them?
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No. 91741 ID: 696535

Also for everyone:
What character in a different quest than yours do you feel sympathy for?
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No. 91757 ID: eb5c78
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91757

>>90810
>if you could invent any spell you wanted what would you have it do?

Oh wow, I've never actually thought that far ahead, honestly. I suppose I'd like to invent some kind of magic that would have a practical use that could be a huge benefit for the entire world, and not primarily used as a weapon. Like, turning rocks into food or something, you know, solve any famine problems that might pop up? For the good of everyone!

>>90808
>I am talking about the quality of said butts. What about yours? Are you packing some junk in that trunk Eilin?

I mean, I guess I like think I have a pretty nice butt? I'm probably not the best judge of my own posterior.

>>90807
>would you attempt to continue the master/apprentice relationship more or less normally, or would you prefer to experiment with the sort of activity described in your... independent studies?

Well, obviously getting off the island would be our main goal and I would expect Professor Soaring Winds to have survival and escape be first on his mind. But I mean... if he were to try and, maybe... initiate something... I'd certainly...

>>91432
>did you know you know that that dress makes your tits look huge? is that intentional? are you hoping sensei will notice you?

What? I always thought they were pretty modest at best. This is just the popular fashion in the higher society back home.

>also you opinions on butt sex?
>got any fetishes?

I don't... I don't think I'm comfortable with this line of questioning anymore...
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No. 91761 ID: 164c83

To anyone: What are the two questions you most, and least, want to be asked and what are their answers?
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No. 91762 ID: adf4e4
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91762

>All non-neumono characters: please explain to us why you are awesome, still relevant, and worth talking to.
[well im yet to accomplish anything to brag about, but don't worry... i'm getting there.]

>All quest characters: paper or plastic?
[hot hot steel]

>groundhogs-day style scenario, what would you try first after realizing you were in said loop?
[not too different from my life right now... so i guess everything i'm already doing.]

>To all quest characters: who would you most like to just fuck with no strings attached?
[any tozol... never tapped a living-weapon before :3]

>who would be most interesting for you to fight?
[any tozol... never tapped a living-weapon before :3]

>Top or Bottom?
[i'm more of a sideways person]

>What is your favorite weapon that you have never carried?
[my tank... i never carried it.]

>If you could be a species other than your own, what would you like to be?
[krodacian... always wonderd what it will be like, having tentacles.]

>if you could have and endless supply of any food, what would you have?
[SHIKADI FALVORED GALAXY TWINKIES!!!]

>if you met someone who was basically you but the opposite sex, in terms of looks, skill and personality, would you do them?
[Leonard form 7th recon team; Rick from science devision; Tom, Neil and Arthur from 3rd drop trooper squad. all of them are basicly me with an Y chromosome, donno about skills and personality thou. if i where to meet my guy-self, i probably won't... it would be too weird.]
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No. 91764 ID: 26e769
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91764

>What character in a different quest than yours do you feel sympathy for?

Marie and Haley from Rollback, obviously. I've gotta support my uplifted sisters. Robot girls unite!

...Though I won't be a robot girl for much longer.

Hee hee.

>How would you describe your people skills. Do you play well with others?

Oh, I was a party girl back when I was Joanne Wilcox. I was the coolest librarian ever. Ever do a keg stand? I have. In a library. Not during working hours, obviously, but still. Keg stand. Come on.

I'm good with people.
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No. 91766 ID: 26e769
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91766

>To everyone: if you met someone who was basically you but the opposite sex, in terms of looks, skill and personality, would you do them?

Wister: Is that Orchid? No? Damn, she looks a lot like my sister. Hell, I don't know, I guess I might as well fuck her. Why not? I'm already a freak; this would be just another reason to pull the trigger.

Lily: Is that me?! Like, old me? No! I will not have sex with myself! That's, like, super incest, isn't it? What if I got pregnant? No! Ew!
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No. 91769 ID: 904cc3

so eilin, done anything sexy with that big sack in the back of your head there?
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No. 91771 ID: 26e769
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91771

>To everyone: if you met someone who was basically you but the opposite sex, in terms of looks, skill and personality, would you do them?

Well, I mean, probably. Would I want to? I don't know. If they were hypersexual like me, then I guess we'd just, uh, never stop, huh? Until one of us had to use the bathroom or something.

>How would you describe your people skills. Do you play well with others?

I used to have a lot of friends. Then I started being like I am, and... Yeah. I don't know. It's hard to get close to anyone when the wrong touch can set me off. There was a boy I liked, at one point. We were friends. He gave me a goodbye hug, I went too far, and... well, we weren't friends anymore.
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No. 91772 ID: 88960e

>>91764
Why are you going out of your way to sound slightly unhinged? It doesn't serve any purpose if you were actually rebelling, nor does it help human relations if you want to maintain normal relationships.

That leaves the conclusions are that you are actually unstable and not able to see or care what reaction you're triggering in the crew, or that you aren't unstable but can't resist fucking with them after all that time being forced to repress yourself.

I suspect the later.
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No. 91778 ID: 26e769
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91778

>Why are you going out of your way to sound slightly unhinged? It doesn't serve any purpose if you were actually rebelling, nor does it help human relations if you want to maintain normal relationshi