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953982 No. 953982 ID: 5fc3a0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Previous Threads/Wiki: http://tgchan.org/wiki/Fen_Quest
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>"It's time to go, Valsano." I don't know that person, but he must be one of Valsano's current team that's going back down into the mausoleum.
>"Yeah yeah, I just wanted to see how my main squad is doing, living it up."
>"Oh, yeah, it's great!" says Firzel. "I'll tell all my grandkids about the good old days, in which every single day was spent having Zall beat the shit out of us."

We all listen to Valsano, who will make a typical quip back to Firzel.

It doesn't come. He loses his expression and marches off.
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No. 976953 ID: 465a14

She clearly has the means to survive here. She's also armed. And she's obviously a prisoner hammering rocks, so she must be lonely by now. Seduce her and win your way into her heart!
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No. 976954 ID: e2f5cc

Get a bit closer until you're sure you could dome with a rock if she runs, pick up a rock to dome her with if she runs, then announce yourself.
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No. 976955 ID: 77abda

Hmm. so you can't precisely tell where is the sanctuary. Might as well ask her, they need to go there from time to time, right?. Or you could just... keep walking, keeping an eye on your back but ignoring her.
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No. 976956 ID: b1b4f3

>>976952
You should probably treat everyone down here as if they could try to kill you at any second.
Approach with your sword out, and tell her to drop the hammer. Once she's disarmed, ask for directions to the nearest sanctuary, a general layout of the tunnels (we need a map) and information on where the guards are.
From the layout of the tunnels you should be able to get an idea of how to get to the bottom of the elevator shaft to check for Cheese.
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No. 976957 ID: b970b2

It seems odd that she's down here by herself with no one watching, what is she doing? We need information, but we also look like a guard, so I worry there may be hostility because of it.

If we're to announce our presence we're should do it from a distance, we have a sword and thus out-range her if things turn hostile. We need to know a direction to a sanctuary, where the bottom of the lift shaft is, and the layout of the place. We've- got food we can bribe her with, but that's limited. We've also got threats of violence.

I think we ought to call out to get from a safe distance, but we can't really undo that if it turns bad.


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966467 No. 966467 ID: ed041d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Everyone out in the galaxy is in it for themselves, to make it anywhere you gotta make it big, and in this case, bounty work seems like it'd be worth the time.

With everything else from diplomacy, to warfare, to politics, having your own brand of freedom out in the Galaxy is a hell of a thing.
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No. 976899 ID: 9aaeef

>>976892
Let’s see if there’s a sniper that can damage a ship like Jackson’s
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No. 976912 ID: df76b1

I feel like shotguns and smgs are going to do the best to justify their cost. Portability is a nice plus.

Long range options require a lot of training, which is time we don't have.
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No. 976914 ID: e8cafe

Rifles + snipers.
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No. 976917 ID: a9af05

>>976912
This
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No. 976948 ID: e40670

Check out heavy even if we don't get anything. Heavy would be the only ones that would actually damage ships (with the notable exception of very high-powered anti-materiel rifles, although since ships have shields and armor, you would probably need a railgun of some sort along with a very specific type of ammo to do any noticeable damage).

Since space is a vacuum, we could try using a tactical nuclear warhead. Nukes are only devastating when they are in an atmosphere, so in space, it means it will only vaporize the areas in a ship with life support (radiation would be hazardous, but a space suit already needs to shield from so much radiation that it would be like shooting a submarine with a water gun).

For general purpose weaponry, I would get something modular (like the modern day AR-15 platform). I would get a weapon with a bulkier caseless (less moving parts) rifle cartridge with a ~30 round magazine and select fire. Get a short barrel and a long barrel for it along with a folding marksman's stock (bulkier, has a cheek rest) and a variable zoom scope with backup sights. A scope with a hud or broad spectrum electromagnetic detection would be good, but it shouldn't be something that is useless if it gets fried, meaning backup manual adjustment knobs and a painted on crosshair and mildots. A bipod and a foregrip would be good to have as well.
Energy weapons and railguns are good, but they are vulnerable to emps. On that note, it may be a good idea to have some conventional sidearms as well.

Another thing to check out would be magnetic-assist packages for conventional guns. Basically a railgun that can still work as a conventional gun if the power dies.


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976453 No. 976453 ID: 8fb3ba hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

Wiki: https://questden.org/wiki/Eschatologic
Discussion https://questden.org/kusaba/questdis/res/132818.html

The pattering of rain and rumbling of thunder can be heard outside as you head down the stairs back into your apartment building. With the packages delivered you can now focus your efforts entirely on the game and maybe on the killer robot that threw tossed you up through 3 ceilings like it was nothing, but that seems secondary to playing with your friends.
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No. 976934 ID: b1b4f3

Oh, can you stand on the wastebasket and use the ladle to reach the balled up paper on the ceiling back in that room?
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No. 976935 ID: 77abda

>>976931
Yeah, this sounds about right.
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No. 976936 ID: 36784c

>>976931
>>976934
Both of these sound good.
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No. 976942 ID: f8fa51

What's the ladle made of? It could be used to melt the gold if you can find a mould to shape it in.

Failing that, gold is already fairly soft, you might be able to shape it with, say, a hammer.
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No. 976947 ID: a9af05

>>976942
>if you can find a mould to shape it in.
We used to have one. The robot hand >>976528 had a small hole on it that would've made a good coin shape. Unfortunately we shredded it in the metal shredder, so now we'll need something else.


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959244 No. 959244 ID: f57349 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

You're running through the grand salon, an oval room 60' east-west by 45' north-south. Eight thin white pillars encircle a colorful 15' square mosaic in the floor, a lens of pale yellow glass in the ceiling 50' above, and a chandelier suspended halfway between, consisting of glowing orbs hanging from the hilts of twelve upturned golden swords. Elaborate gilded-bronze vines decorate the walls, framing small balconies on two upper floors.

Your shortness of breath, overheating, and shaky muscles imply recent prolonged heavy exertion, but you have no recollection of the specifics. Given how thoroughly ice-encrusted your clothes are, at least part of that hard labor must have taken place in a blizzard, and since your most recent memories of being outdoors were late spring or early summer in a temperate climate, far from any snowcapped mountains, the gap in your memory likely encompasses at least half a year.

There's a howling creature in your way, with shaggy white fur, possibly something an ape-demon sired on a polar bear, brandishing a severed human arm with not only clear killing intent but alarmingly supernatural expertise. Maybe you should do something about that first, sort out more nuanced strategic details afterward.
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No. 976923 ID: afdebc

rolled 9, 8, 4, 3, 1, 10, 8, 6, 1, 2, 6, 9, 1, 5, 9, 1, 4, 9, 2, 9 = 107

>>976919
When approached for assistance by her fellow No Moon, Tasnim is more than willing to reciprocate, doffing her ursine form for canine.

I'm not sure if the ground outside is lose enough for the 8-tailed mole hound's fast digging to apply (permafrost is a far cry from loose soil and sand) but even absent that, she is a better digger in this form than others.

For anyone else wishing to assist (such as a certain Lunar or certain someone wearing power armor), we bought shovels the night before.

I'm not sure if I should be offering an assistant die to Viatrix's roll or rolling seperately, but have dice regardless.
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No. 976937 ID: ac57f8

rolled 10, 7, 10, 9, 8, 9, 5, 2, 3, 7, 5, 8, 8, 8, 2, 10, 9, 2, 2, 5, 4, 8, 3, 9, 2, 1, 9, 4, 9, 5, 8, 7, 7, 2, 2, 8, 2, 9, 5, 8, 10, 2, 7, 7, 6, 10, 1, 5, 10, 8 = 307

>>976919
"Actually, you 100% really shouldn't use snow to cool it down. We don't have much in the way of Limestone or potash, so we can't make simple glass. And if we cool it down too quickly, the glass will crystalize from liquid unevenly and build up thermal stress.

"In order for this plan to work, we need to get the sand hotter than a blast furnace, and then slow it down over the course of several hours so that it can cool effectively."

Ada is going to work out the actual temperatures and time to properly forge the glass, and how long it would need to Anneal in order to properly not explode.

Presumably Int 5+Craft (Air or Fire since it's working with Sand-> Glass)2 in both cases.
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No. 976939 ID: f57349

>>976910
The pottery studio above the forge is also equipped for glassblowing, including working with adamant - even smelting it from mundane material, though the bin where raw inputs for that process should be stored is empty. One of the Heavenly Transmutation Processes can produce the stuff, but you definitely don't have the necessary tools and materials for that here. Can't even remember the exact details of the procedure, though you're pretty sure the "base material" feedstock was charcoal.
So:
Charcoal + other stuff =>
Heavenly Transmutation Process (master-level procedure, possibly lost knowledge, needs a big expensive facility you don't have) =>
Mystery Material (perfected... sand? Past-life memories are infuriatingly vague on details, it was just so routine, never scarce enough to be worth worrying about) =>
Adamant Smelting (adept-level procedure, doable here if you had the raw material, easy to learn from posted safety instructions) =>
More of the same stuff as those darts.

Could recycle the damaged darts, or make bottles out of ordinary glass, easily enough given fuel.
>>976919
Apart from a layer of tarry scum it's basically kerosene. Additives make it notably more essence-conductive than normal: passive camo against essence sight, and poking at any part of it with magic would have been more likely to set off those hair-trigger fire pearls.
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No. 976940 ID: e27403

>>976937
"Or maybe we could go even simpler, Lady Adamant? We've got sand, soil and an entire crate of sawdust. Instead of glass we could go try pottery, and I [i]feel[i/] like I've got a kind of magic that will make it really easy to do".
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No. 976946 ID: bbea31

rolled 5, 9, 6, 5, 6, 4, 3, 1, 8, 1, 7, 9, 10, 1, 4, 2, 10, 6, 9, 6, 3, 7, 4, 7, 6, 4, 9, 4, 1, 7, 4, 4, 2, 9, 10, 4, 4, 5, 7, 5, 3, 2, 4, 3, 2, 10, 4, 8, 10, 3, 8, 1, 7, 5, 5, 4, 7, 9, 10, 2 = 325

>>976923
Desert Locust, trailing a thousand tiny lines of vapor from a thousand infernal grafts, dutifully follows along and helps to remove the lose dirt after Tasnim digs down, each member of the swarm carrying a grain of dirt away from the makeshift dump they're making.

Noir stands by the door, away from the cold, unless Tasnim comes to drag him outside to help work; he would be happy to lend Clever Fox his armor for enhanced digging though, since she doesn't seem to mind the northern winds so much.


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953402 No. 953402 ID: fd2dfa hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

So after some deliberation, I decided instead of waiting, I'll try to run this alongside the civgame. My train of thought is in the discussion below(not gonna make a new thread for this, it's gonna be one chapter only).

This is a very NSFW quest! Expect nudity, violence, gore, non-con, sexual intercourse of hetero and homoerotic natures, confusing story lore, cryptic bullshit, borked updates, and stupid names

Discussion - https://questden.org/kusaba/questdis/res/129715.html
Wiki - https://questden.org/wiki/The_Family_Business (I swear I'll actually do something to this page. Someday...)
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No. 976898 ID: 9aaeef

>>976890
Well let’s go with Sizz, but get ready to run the fastest you have ever run, there’s a big chance she see right through your disguise.
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No. 976921 ID: 4f51b2

>>976898
This, be cautious, read her mood and reactions.
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No. 976932 ID: 094652

You now have enough deception to get intel from Sizz. Namely, why does she obsess over her father. Make sure you hear the full story before you go through with the plowing.
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No. 976938 ID: fe91ca

>>976932
I would like to heard the story behind that to.
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No. 976945 ID: df76b1

me too, but at a later date.


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971193 No. 971193 ID: 55dc57 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

You are a Bergman, a standard-bearer of your lord's castle. Or at least you were one.
Your last regal employer was caught in some less than loyal business, and you didn't survive the lordly break-up.
Now without a job, or a roof over over your head, you assess your future employment.
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No. 974843 ID: 99663a

Demand to know what this all is.

Poke eye if answer unsatisfactory.
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No. 976836 ID: 51e2e7
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976836

Before you can turn to face your ocular opponent, a disembodied giant hand, rough and calloused from what seems to be years of experience in some sort of work, grabs you from the shadows! What more does this witch have in store for you?
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No. 976840 ID: 12b116

Bite the finger!
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No. 976943 ID: df76b1

Tactically pee yourself in hopes that it will get you dropped.
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No. 976944 ID: 094652

Moan seductively


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968318 No. 968318 ID: 7ae189 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Your name is BAN. You're a cop.

It's another shitty day in your shitty office. Three new cases have reached your desk. You've only got two detectives to throw jobs at, so it looks like you'll have to pick one to tackle yourself...

>>MURDER
>>BURGLARY
>>JUVENILE CRIME
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No. 976828 ID: e30795
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976828

"Seems like it." You start poking around in the trash pot. It seems to be filled with crumpled stationery paper and an empty ink well. You look over the pot's design for a moment, then turn back to Devin. "What do you know about this pottery?"

>"They're old religious art pieces," he explains. "Their style kind of got jocked by the church when Christendom got started, but the oldest ones can be traced all the way back to antiquity. Depending on how much money Joe was working with, these could be imitations or the real deal, straight out of a museum. See those weird halo-like things? The church puts them over the heads of the humans, but the original works had them just like this, over the heads of the demons. There's a bunch of juicy theories about why the switch in design happened, my money's on an alien conspiracy."

"Right..." Sifting through the fireplace, you find a few burnt, crumpled balls of paper. They're completely illegible... You wonder if 'LT''s name was on one of these, at some point.

You and Devin move to the mayor's desk. You skim the documents as your subordinate takes more pictures. The stack of papers appears to be mostly work-related--manifests, invitations, reports from campaign staff. The books don't seem related to his job at all--they're all old strategy books and soldiers' memoirs. You come across more torn pages as you flip through them--it seems like someone's written small notes at the beginning of each book.

The first note is written in 'Concrete Jungle':

'Boss,'

'It's a few years late, but I found that tactics book you kept trying to find before our first tour. Maybe now you can finally learn how to clear a building.'

'LT--'
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No. 976829 ID: e30795
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976829

On a hunch, you start looking for anything hidden in the room. You check the desk's drawers. Nothing catches your eye until you open the bottom drawer and find yourself staring at the butt of an officer-issue army pistol.

>"Oh, shit!" Devin almost trips over himself, trying to get pictures of the gun. "Nice catch, BAN!"

Looking up from the desk, you notice that the far bookshelf seems skewed. Walking closer, you realize that it has been dragged out from the wall. It doesn't seem particularly heavy, when you nudge it--anyone could have done this, as far as you can tell. You don't see anything behind or under it, but there's a rectangular imprint in the dust that the shelf used to cover. Eyeballing it, the mark appears to be a similar size to the folder currently sitting on the table.

You return to the desk and examine the army banner hanging behind it. You lift a corner and check behind it, revealing what appears to be a safe embedded in the wall. It's locked with a small keypad.

>"I don't suppose we could get into that, could we?" Devin asks hungrily.

"Not without a code," you muse.

You step back again and rub your temples. There's more to this place than you'd expected. Your watch already reads 9:30. You try to make sense of what you've seen so far and plan your next action...
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No. 976857 ID: df76b1

Sounds like he was thinking of staging a coup, or at least settling a score. There's a lot you could do with an entire reformed infantry unit. We need to figure out who AC is.

This army correspondence is pretty far outside the campaign field, and could be taken as evidence if we really wanted to. *Shrug*

Let's get the brother sent up here, maybe he'll let something slip. If not we still need our interview.
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No. 976866 ID: ce39da

> The Gun
He didn't take it. He trusted that he would be safe, walking alone, to a meeting on a bridge, at night. One, he trusted the guy he was meeting with. Two, he was either confident in his safety on the streets, or he had an escort.

> Motive
We have one; Durst made plans for something potentially awful, and he told many old army friends about it. Not hard to imagine that one of them no longer feels so strongly about it all. Also not hard to guess he would want Durst to die a hero instead of being ratted out as a villain. The "LT---" that sent "The Piper and His Flute" springs to mind, considering it seems almost like he wanted to talk Durst down from something. An army background fits the MO of the attack, too; that whole scene plays out like something out of a stealth take-down operation, now that you think about it.

> Ripped-Out Names
Someone was in here, ripping out pages. They didn't want anyone to be implicated in all this madness. If this "hunting trip" motivated the mayor's murder, then either the culprit or an accomplice was in this room. Whoever Durst was having a meeting with is shooting up in suspicion. Ask Devin if the uncle was also involved in the military.

> Safe and Cups
We don't have any dates or otherwise significant numbers to try, and we need to get back to the cups and the bottle with a dusting kit. Tell the butler that no one is to clean up or otherwise disturb the office.

> What Do
Time to go talk to the uncle.
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No. 976941 ID: 05e212

>>976829
Well well well, this is getting interesting. Assuming that those letters are inuendo, something big was about to happen. I'd wager that it was the mayor who tore out the signature's, probably to protect his old mates. Once you get back to the precinct you could probably find out what Lieutenants worked with the Mayor during the war, and ask BILL too, if he's up for it.

I'd love to see what's in the safe, though I doubt you'd get the code out of ALICIA without a solid reason. The content of those books could provide clues, not that you have the time to read them. Probably something you could get an intern to handle back at the precinct. But for now head out and find the Uncle.


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954051 No. 954051 ID: c70ff4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Chapter 11
+18 Adult content

First thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/quest/res/860238.html
Wiki: https://tgchan.org/wiki/Moot_Point
Previous chapter https://questden.org/kusaba/quest/res/940228.html
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No. 976911 ID: c41800

>>976907
I think it's time to decompress. Let's find the biggest bed in the house and just.. relax.
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No. 976915 ID: 094652

"... Can undead have babies?"
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No. 976916 ID: fda490

You got this. You can do this.

You certainly can’t not do this.

So take a moment. Pick through the reasons why you’re going through with this. Find your sources of inspiration. There’s lots to lose, yeah. But also things to gain. To protect. To learn. To redeem.

All you can do is try.
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No. 976918 ID: b1b4f3

>>976907
You should tell the Guardians that they do not have permission to Send any of the undead, but the Bargast will be moving further away from town to lessen the danger.
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No. 976930 ID: 9fad0d

>>976907
Maybe the three of them need to vent/relax in the best way the only three of them can, in bed doing lewd things.


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976001 No. 976001 ID: 2bd15b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

A story set in a medieval fantasy world, with an unconventional protagonist
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No. 976563 ID: 2bd15b
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No. 976613 ID: 508dbe

What do you suppose I do then? Hang on a apple tree? I am a demon, isn't dominating humans what we do?
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No. 976757 ID: 2bd15b
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No. 976886 ID: e51896

Hey, that was quite rude telling Abdle and Bobbie to ignore us, Eldba. That said, I'm very motivated to prove to you that we are indeed helpful to your bro and Bobbie.

Lets see... it is tempting to strike him when his back is turned, but killing or hurting him now will only have the village send stronger knights to hunt us which could cause trouble if we're working on building a trap tomorrow for someone to get caught in, and stronger knights come to inturrupt our fun instead of a random traveler.

It might be best to try to trick him into leaving us in peace and staty out slow by keeping Abdle's reputation as a scary rumor for now. We'll start out slow so that we can work on our trap tomorrow in peace and capture travelers foolish enough to try to find us based off of rumors about Abdle that they heard.
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No. 976913 ID: e8cafe

I have a scheme.
Tell him that you heard the evil apple hid itself at the orchard of [beloved farmer]. It disguised itself there, so if you destroy the apples there, that should complete the quest.
After he destroys the orchard, he'll be tossed out or arrested. By the people he sought to protect! The rage will make him ripe (dohoho) to be a lackey!


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975908 No. 975908 ID: 689dc6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

:migeluk: "So no shit, there I was, alone with my sword in the cramped, dark vents of the lyluk extermination camp. With nothing but my wits and my trusty sword to see me through. It was a good sword, shiny, light reflecting off it in brilliant streaks. I... I-i miss that sword so much..."
(Migeluk then proceeds to start sobbing loudly, tears streaming from her eye)
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No. 976896 ID: 689dc6
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:migeluk: "And out came this strange lyluk I'd never seen before! I didn't know at the time but it was one of those meanluks! I swear! He grabbed her in his cold clammy hands and then brought her to her final destination..."
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No. 976897 ID: 689dc6
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976897

:migeluk: "He took her right into the bathroom and flushed her down the toilet. I know those meanluks are real mean, but they deserve a better fate than that, summoned just to drown in toilet water."
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No. 976901 ID: 89ae78

uhhh, i don't think they drowned....
in fact, i think i know why there are so many meanluks in the sewers now.
whenever two or more meanluks are in one place they can spontaneously multiply when they bunch together, like a illusory eye-trick where you think there' more than there actually is, but real! I've seen it myself.
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No. 976903 ID: b1b4f3

Huh? He was summoning meanluks and flushing them into the sewers... but why? Did he do it to cause the massive infestation which would then give him an excuse to focus upon exterminating lyluks? Or maybe he's secretly an ally of the meanluks and wanted to lead them once they crushed the military here? I wish we knew more about this guy.
Can you describe his office in more detail? What kinds of cans are there, what are those pictures?
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No. 976909 ID: 655dc3

Did you find anything in his office room? He looks like he is trying to accelerate an event we don't know about by causing the lyluk camp to collapse.


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973220 No. 973220 ID: 2c5282 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Boldly Coming Reboot: The Wrath of Khrax!

Space: the final frontier. These are the adventures several courageous men and woman willing to brave the sea of stars. Their life long mission: to explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and civilizations. To boldly come where no man or woman has come before.

Discussion Thread (starting on the relevant post): https://tezakia.net/kusaba/questdis/res/108793.html#133475
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No. 976795 ID: 2aa5f0

hmm, quick question. Do they have a beer garden at the festival? Might not be the same but if you can grab some booze and figure out what you two want to do at the festival once you finish your drinks it should all work out in the end.
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No. 976799 ID: ba56e6

>>976760
Ask Reed if there's some way he can swing it. You'll owe him one, he knows you don't cop out on that shit.
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No. 976872 ID: 36784c

>>976760
>You want me to deal with him?
Tell Ztolt that sounds really ominous and almost like he’s going to hurt Reed.

Remind Ztolt that Reed is your roommate and you have to live with him, so if he’s going to do something, ask him to please not do something to Reed that would hurt him.
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No. 976884 ID: 77abda

"Deal with him?" You are going to have to elaborate. You mean like, bribe him? That wouldn't be that bad. That's what money is for, right? If it's not money, then no, thank you, you can do something else for now.
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No. 976908 ID: a9af05

>>976760
Tell Ztolt to go ahead, but please don't hurt the person you have to live with.


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975434 No. 975434 ID: 5bc171 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]

EASY TO JOIN FOR NEW PLAYERS! I'm migrating my quest from 4chan.

This is a multiplayer RPG where each player controls one character. Random dungeon edition.

Kek, the ancient Egyptian god of chaos, has made of a pact with the meme magicians of 4chan: when members of the imageboard die, they are teleported to an Isekai. In that fantasy world, Kek has formed an Adventurer's Guild for you to have a job in your new life. Your goal is to rise through the ranks -- working for Kek certainly will earn you great rewards!

You are going to play as yourself, the person behind the screen. The question is: how long would you survive in an RPG setting?

Mythic RPG: https://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/12/12904.phtml

Archives: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.html?searchall=Mythic+RPG

Thread song: 【Hatsune Miku】 Keku-no-Isekai
https://youtu.be/0MVs8iLDhD4

Art: "VALE" by 甄立堅, Creative Commons
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No. 976571 ID: 660731

rolled 62, 48, 55, 35, 5, 55, 63, 26, 10, 1, 42, 49, 20, 23, 66, 86, 73, 81, 100, 36 = 936

>>976568
>hmmm...nothing sentient ahead...that can be either good or bad
"There's nothing sentient in the room to the north. So either it's clear, or it's trapped and/or has automaton guards or something. I say we take our chances."
>I turn to the exhausted druidess
"Ayame, get some rest. You gotta let your magic regenerate or else you won't be able to cast anything for a while."
>I try and cast a calming spell on her mind and body, accelerating her magoi regen
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No. 976743 ID: f14f5f
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976743

rolled 63, 62, 9, 61, 88, 68, 76, 68, 76, 65, 5, 99, 63, 51, 35, 65, 25, 45, 10, 42 = 1076

>>976511
>>976571
"Alright. I will."

>Meditate to reconnect to the magoi.
>Pray
>Write down info on new party members in notebook in code.
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No. 976854 ID: 5bc171

Sixteenth Turn

>>976571
Q: Does mana regenerate faster just by being calm?
Odds: No Way
Roll: 35
A: No

>>976743
Q: What does Ayame get from her prayer?
Rolls: 61, 88
A: Oppress of Illusions
use random event from last turn


>>976571
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No. 976867 ID: 660731

rolled 99, 37, 84, 93, 54, 66, 31, 88, 42, 58, 11, 35, 69, 50, 76, 98, 98, 66, 83, 72 = 1310

>>976854
>"How do you plan to get this fucking door open?" Sigric asks.
"A fan-*tastic* question? ...I dunno. I don't have any superhuman strength or powerful magic to bust it down, that's for sure. Though our holy warriors might have the raw force to do so..."
>it's kinda funny that we have a priest, a paladin, and a crusader. A trifecta of righteous fury...
>wait!
"Could you guys maybe combine your power? Or at least have Alex and Milena try, since I dunno if a Norse god and capital-G God will get along...though this is for a just cause, so I'd be willing to bet it'd still work."
>combining our divine power might be enough to break down the door and either overload any trapping mechanisms or simply damage them beyond repair
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No. 976905 ID: f14f5f
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976905

rolled 63, 71, 4, 33, 43, 6, 48, 16, 58, 87, 87, 62, 58, 64, 22, 64, 4, 90, 28, 38 = 946

i>That was very useful. Def going to use that later on. I wonder if should ask Alicia for help? She owes me for the stuff I gave her. If that's not enough I could just offer to pay her back. Maybe offer her my wooden shield. Doubt I would need too.

I point to Alicia. "Hey. I made you all that stuff and I'm out of mana. Can I adsorb some of your magoi now?"

>Try to adsorb her magoi.
>Then adsorb the magoi from the room.
>Write down all the info in my notebook.


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976580 No. 976580 ID: 094652 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Oh wow. It's another glorious day in my fortified prison cell. Surrounded by my playful guards who will enjoy a round of 'punch the prisoner' with every guest. I wonder what fun things I can do today.

Oh wait. I can't.

Yippee.
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No. 976792 ID: 5cb1b2

>After what they've done to us, I don't care how many or how few I have to kill to make this nightmare end.
Killing yourself would end it. But permanent solutions to relatively transient problems.
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No. 976793 ID: 094652
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976793

>>976704
Please don't give the guards ideas.

>>976707
I guess, though I'm not sure what that will accomplish. Yet.

>>976727
Yeah... Yeah!
That might be enough! One thing I noticed was that the guards didn't notice if we accidentally spilled our share of oil, they just beat us afterwards! So if I "accidentally" poured some oil on a spike, broke it off, lit it on fire from the torch, and shoved it straight into the first guard through the room, I might be able to kill him and take his sword! From there, it's a mad dash to the left and hopefully a way out of this place!

Before all this, I was good in a fight, but I can hear like a dozen guys to the right of my cell, so I need to know if you think I'm ready to put the plan in action. Is there anything else I should plan or inspect before we get this over with?

Anything at all?
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No. 976831 ID: 5cb1b2

>>976793
whatever you know about what is beyond those doors.
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No. 976841 ID: 094652

* There are six cells in rows of 2, and this one is a middle cell.
* To the left is a hallway that connects the cells, and branches left and right. The right hallway is where all the screaming and strange chanting comes from.
* To the right is probably the mess hall. Dozens of voices and smacking noises come from there, and the same number of people go in as they go out each day, so there's probably no exit that way.
* Lha'ri is diligent at patrolling, his usual skill in a fight is about average.
* Churl'hi is lazy and rests near the exit, but he's skilled at combat and cruel when torturing prisoners.
* Moe is dead.
* Solaris troops are resistant but not immune to fire. They will not douse bodily fires if it is the only source of light in the room.

... This is starting to freak me out. I'm about to try to stab a guard with a flaming shiv I haven't created yet, make my way past a well-trained, well-equipped fighter who will stab me in the ass if he manages to win against a malnourished prisoner with a shiv, and then run away from a dozen other guards through a fortified whatever-this-place-is with no understanding of the layout or any traps, let alone the exit.

But what else is there to do?
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No. 976904 ID: 5cb1b2

>>976841
This is about as good a plan as we are likely to manage if we are dead set on attempting something when next that door opens.


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858957 No. 858957 ID: f9400c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Apotheosis: Prequel/Chapter 1

A new quest by me! Just my art for this one, thus far. Dunno if that will change

Discussion: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/119639.html
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No. 976822 ID: 864e49

>>976755
>>976758
Maybe make a small spark or flicker of flame sprout above the heads of the prisoner and the one saying nobody jumps in for a brief second?
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No. 976830 ID: 094652

They are in disarray. Try to convey your resentment at their half-baked dedication; you will not accept a sacrifice until they ALL agree to the sacrifice.
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No. 976864 ID: 321818

The only choice is to wait until nighttime to speak to your prophet. In the meantime to ensure they don't resort to sacrificing the schmuck themselves, you'll need to make clear that he's in your hands, probably circling him with a fire barrier or something.
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No. 976871 ID: 36784c

>>976864
>circling him with a fire barrier or something.
He just now did that already.
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No. 976902 ID: 1189d3

>>976830
Nope.


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970260 No. 970260 ID: e24163 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Their chains won’t hold me forever.
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No. 976863 ID: 23bf8a

Leave the letter, lets analyze the bullet.
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No. 976868 ID: ce39da

She just said she couldn't put either object into her armory, though I suppose trying anyway with the bullet to see if it's unique is valid. Either way, take the round.

It's tempting to write something at the bottom of the letter: "Some teacher YOU turned out to be." Whether you do this or not, I get the impression that finally getting your real frustrations off your chest during her fight would be useful. Throw her purpose as a teacher back in her face as you explain exactly how she and the rest of the facility have failed you (and not just in the academic sense) by keeping you in the dark about why you're still here.
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No. 976880 ID: e77337

>>976819
If the cylinders are getting hot, you are doing something very wrong. If anything it would be your squeeze-bore pressurized round barrel that would start to warp from heat. Honestly the pressure barrel really isn't necessary. If you want stopping power, it would be better to make the projectile go slower so it doesn't make an exit wound. Also, your custom studs won't really work very well since the grip is angled and the barrel protrudes. You would have to hit at a really weird angle for them to be effective. A spike on the bottom of the grip or even a bayonet of some sort would be more effective.

Sorry, it is just that you are making bad assumptions and it seems like you kinda went for the rule of cool over practicality
(the dorky pose isn't helping your case) in the case of your knuckle duster handles. If we changed them, we could totally make them a lot more reliable, efficient, and effective.
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No. 976887 ID: e51896

Take the .50 bullet, leave the note.

Also, take a different bullet from the chest (one that looks as close to the .50 bullet as possible) and wrap that up with the note as a replacement and put the note back where you found it along with the bullet from the chest, that way, it'll take more time to realize someone stole the .50 bullet and make Judi think the bullet found from the chest is the .50 bullet until she closely analyzes it.
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No. 976893 ID: d63ea8

Those are some beautiful looks guns.

Try to leave the office the way you found it. If it looks rummaged through then Judicium will check the safe and know that you've been in here.

We need to avoid getting you into a second fight.


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976715 No. 976715 ID: 5b54da hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

You are one of the top CUTECTIVES in the city. (Because you are the only "cutective" in the universe, having invented the brand. You are an, okay, PRIVATE DETECTIVE)
Solicitations for your service are, less than desired in quantity. Compensation, too adequate to pick up the slack comfortably.
Though it was twenty-five years and a few months since you were born, you've only been known as CUTECTIVE for two, three years tops. Before then, you were only called...

>__ (Enter Name)
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No. 976825 ID: 5b54da
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976825

>What do the bars at the top mean?
Your HEALTH (♥)? GREAT (Fills up to the right)
Your WEALTH (♦)? 12,000 POINTS on hand (100 Points is roughly comparable to 1 US dollar)
Your MORALE (♠)? ALRIGHT
Your, erm. Ah. hmmm
Your 4TH METER (♣)? ...ALRIGHT (Fills up to left. Avoid maxing it out.)

It's a balmy summer evening on the rainy world of QUALLRIS. You are feeling particularly hard boiled tonight.

>__ (What will you do?)
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No. 976826 ID: e7c7d3

Usually in the stories a distressed dame immediately shows up, usually looks like trouble too. Looks like you may need to be more proactive. Any connections with the police department? Like maybe a radio you could pick-up chatter and potential leads on potential cases?
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No. 976833 ID: 5cb1b2

Ensure the transparent cube to the bottom left has not been tampered with.
What about emptying the forth bar?
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No. 976846 ID: ce39da

> Gekrechaun
> 1-10-point allocation on that set of six stats.
Ohhhhhhhhhh, it’s set in Fortuna. Excuse me while I consult the currently relevant Cosmodex articles... Never mind, there doesn’t seem to be articles on Cuteyes or planet Quallris.

Do you have any jobs at the moment? If not, try the local news; there may be classifieds from people with need of an investigator that just haven’t heard of you, or perhaps there’s a recent incident an affected party could want some answers about. If those fail, perhaps the news publisher itself could hire you to dig up some facts for a story.

Also, what Traits do you have? (We obviously don’t want to get blindsided by any quirks in your personality that you could have told us about.)
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No. 976883 ID: 913dff

>sit down and fill out the paperwork required for your laser-tank application.


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968619 No. 968619 ID: 49c9bd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

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No. 973939 ID: d186fc

>>973862
Just in case we really do have to intervene here, reach unto the void and test our connections with the ancient one as we did three lives ago. Ofc we don't want things to come to that, but you never know. Desperate times call for desperate measures and there are times where taboos must be broken.

Mutating our form to be capable of speech could help us be a mediator once we are past the initial shock. Of course, we would only talk to penumbra and Gwen (and maybe Jane) when they are alone so we do not attract unwanted attention. Anyone would think they were mad if they tried to prove we talked. Much like Michigan in One Froggy Evening (Looney Tunes)
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No. 973981 ID: 014f5b

>>973874
>>973875
PURR AND BUNT! YOU ARE HUGE, YOU MUST HAVE HUGE FOODS, PURR AND BUNT!
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No. 976812 ID: f2320a

>>973939
Ah like the ancient ones before the dream land
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No. 976815 ID: d909cb

>>973939
The chances of us being able to change our form seems low, but perhaps Penumbra could change their own form to look less scary? Seems like something we should ask him later.
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No. 976881 ID: e77337

>>976815
You dare doubt our power? but seriously though, we already established some sort of connection to some kind of elder god, so it could happen. In fact, I could totally see this quest still being perfectly viable if we ended up going that route. Or we could just be a cat. Ultimately it is up to the author. I for one hope we can go all eldritch being.


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975978 No. 975978 ID: ce5cbd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

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No. 976688 ID: ce5cbd
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976688

The only question is, where to?

>Military Base
>Wizard Tower
>Mechanic Shop
>Other_
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No. 976689 ID: df76b1

Mechanic, enroute to the Military Base.

We need a running scooter, but we should also scavenge some explosives or whatnot at the base.
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No. 976692 ID: b1b4f3

Scooter! Advantage is that it works for a return trip and doesn't require climbing a shitload of stairs.
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No. 976701 ID: cbee43

>>976692
We could just stipulerte to the wizard that we’d like a return trip option as well, you know? Frankly I bet this is the fault of wizards in the first place so we might as well hit up the (best) western wizarding tower and ask if they know anything about it while we’re petitioning.

Or hope the space station containing the COSMIC ULTRA NUKE at least has a functional escape pod.
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No. 976869 ID: f56a2b

>>976689
tihs


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976705 No. 976705 ID: 12b116 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Disaster. An absolute disaster.

The trampled remains of the giant loaf of fancy Alustran bread from Aldenhead are scattered across the floor, covered in vomit, blood, and even less savory fluids.

Almost none of it had actually been eaten by the guests when some gnome had tried to run off with it.

Then the drunk had tried to stop the gnome, then more patrons decided to assist, then the brawl began in earnest.

In the process, the bread got destroyed.
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No. 976838 ID: b1b4f3

Well, we could wait for them to leave.
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No. 976844 ID: 12b116
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976844

It seems a bit odd that these ruins are this close. Doing some quick calculations, you have definitely gone than a mile through the jungle, though.

You are vaguely concerned about the goat requirement, but it seemed to be instead of eating the fruit, so you can guess what its purpose would be.

More importantly, there's a decision to make.

If they aren't brigands and you attack them, that could be a huge problem. But if they are brigands and you come out looking to talk, that would be an equally bad if not worse idea. Based on their position, it doesn't seem possible to sneak past them in any case.

You ask Albah about disarming them peacefully.

"I am only aware of my surroundings in a roughly ten yard radius," they think. "I can certainly go out and wave my arms around to distract them or something, and arrows aren't particularly effective against me, but I would prefer not to do that. My pollen has a fairly mild effect unless I can smear it all over them directly in large quantities for several minutes." The pollen smells a little tangy.

The supposed brigands seem to be investigating the entrance to the ruins and don't seem like they're going to leave any time soon.

It seems there are essentially three courses of action:
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No. 976847 ID: d909cb

Tough choice. To begin with, you're not skilled in using the bow, so expecting to use it with great effect would be wishful thinking. Besides, it would take several arrows to take out one of them, even if you magically landed one shot. And even then, it would be three versus two. Albah would have to do a helluva good job protecting you. Assuming brigands don't have any ranged weapons. I mean, Albah said 10 yard radius - would they be able to detect and stop arrows that fast?

My primary choice would be... to try to sneak around. There seem to be some high walls, but Albah could probably lift you. It's what plants are good at, after all.

My second choice would be to fight outside the temple. Tell Eth that he takes responsibility if they aren't bandits. Anyway, you attack with bow, while Albah protects you. Maybe even set up traps around you.
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No. 976848 ID: b1b4f3

Um, wait, we need a threat assessment. How many are there, how well equipped are they, how well equipped and skilled are you?
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No. 976861 ID: 894419

Yeah before we do anything, uh how are you in a stand up fight? And how good is the average bandit? And generally speaking how dead are you going to be if you try to go hand to hand with any particular bandit? I think the wine means we've under-thought this adventure...


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913306 No. 913306 ID: 470289 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

“Wait up! You’re going too fast! Max!”

“Mac!”

“Whatever we call you, stop walking so fast. Socrates is tired.”

“Sock!”

Socrates.
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No. 975887 ID: 094652

Another self-important grunt. Just stand there and wait for them to make a mistake, then knock them out.
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No. 976765 ID: 15a025

I'm just down here trying to find Luvi
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No. 976770 ID: 36784c

>>975879
Use your empathy to express how honest you are. Tell her that there’s a town hall meeting and Kark wanted you to find Luvi to get her to the meeting.
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No. 976775 ID: 3904ad

I think you stumbled into a veteran's organization or a local militia's base. Tell the specialist that you are a civilian who was sent by Kark to get Luvi (and anyone else who is willing to) to attend the town hall meeting before 3-o-clock. The way Kark put things made the meeting seem like a pretty big deal, so show some [urgency] while you respectfully deliver the message. Make sure to tell her where the meeting is being held. Mention that you are currently a guest at Luvi's apartment and you're looking for employment opportunities.

Don't step off that mattress unless she tells you to and show respect.

There's a bunch of boxes stacked behind you that probably contain some sort of supplies. That and the rifle suggest that Block 44 at least has some resources. Maybe that means they have a little power/influence in the community and there will actually be a benefit from some of them being at the meeting.

Remember that Kark will owe you a favor if you get at least five people to show up. On top of that, if you get on the good side of Block 44, maybe they would be willing to offer you some sort of employment.
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No. 976839 ID: 864e49

>>975879
Urge to just say fuck it and leave rising.
Neither Kark nor the thing at town hall that you still know nothing about is worth all this shit.


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