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937618 No. 937618 ID: 1301e8

“They are just a bunch of stupid beasts, nothing more. You don’t exact vengeance on a stupid mutt, you exact vengeance on its master that trained it. Find whoever led those things to our village and bring them to Justice! That’s the only way we’ll have our retribution.”
-Corvus Inkfeather.

Wiki and previous threads: https://tgchan.org/wiki/First_Day_of_Harvest
Discussion thread: https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/120031.html
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No. 951945 ID: 058439

I am actually impressed at Kharn. But let us not jump at conclusions just yet. What is going on?
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No. 951991 ID: 1301e8
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>Did you at least drag Tunu in or did you also leave her out there?
Of course you moved her inside. You put her on one of those snake chair things Oran got so she can sleep the potion off without getting… um… do Serpents even get back pain?

>Ask them to chill for a moment.
:EmaFoS: BOTH OF YOU, STOP RIGHT THERE!
:KarnFoS: Huh? Ema!? But-
:EmaFoS: NO! SHUT UP AND SIT DOWN. I’m not going to have you squabble like a bunch of kids!
>Side with Karn on this one; Oran needs to stop dealing period.
:KarnFoS: Exactly! That’s why I need to destroy all these drugs!
:OranFoS: NO! WAIT! DON’T!
:EmaFoS: Karn, listen to Oran for once. Don’t.
:KarnFoS: What? But it’s-
:EmaFoS: I still want to hear Oran side of things. So put that crate down and walk away, Karn.
:KarnFoS: Alright, alright, fine…

:EmaFoS: Okay, so you better have a very good reason that doesn’t involve selling it to make more money.
:OranFoS: Um… but if it’s a v-very good reason that… um… might involve money?
:EmaFoS: …Oran, are you addicted to this stuff? …or are you just addicted to being stupid?
:OranFoS: What? No! I wouldn’t touch that stuff! They are dangerous!
:EmaFoS: And yet you sell it without a care in the world.
:OranFoS: It’s not on me if someone else chooses to-
:EmaFoS: Why do you only need one batch, Oran?
:OranFoS: Um… see… I… I already got paid for it?
:KarnFoS: So? Just give back the money?
:OranFoS: Um… I r-rather not… um… disappoint my client? See… um… it was those n-nobles… err… the twins?
:EmaFoS: The twins bought your drugs? Really?
:OranFoS: They… um… needed a batch for some… “private banquet” in a few days?
:EmaFoS: So they are throwing a party, eh? And I bet everyone that is part of their circle will be there… that’s really interesting…
:KarnFoS: So that’s what that thing was. I got a weird invitation about that earlier today in the mail.
:EmaFoS: …you’re not going. They are a bunch of vampires.
:KarnFoS: They are what? I wasn’t planning on going anyway but… vampires!? Are you sure!?
:OranFoS: I KNEW IT!
:KarnFoS: Ugh, shut it Oran.

>Tell Karn you appreciate the help though. This really has gone on long enough. ...he could've done it without the black eye.
:OranFoS: It’s f-fine! It was an accident! Besides, it’s not the first t-time he’s clocked me so-
:KarnFoS: Shut it Oran.
:EmaFoS: …do you usually punch him?
:KarnFoS: …only when he deserve it…
>I think the drugs are probably being used on the vampires victims to prevent them from running away.
:OranFoS: Um… I’m not so sure? They mostly make you feel happy and… I mean, I guess you would have a hard time getting away if you were tripping balls but…
:KarnFoS: I don’t think anyone would be able to escape if they were too busy being fascinated by their own hands. Though… wouldn’t the vampires get high after they drink their blood? Maybe that’s the point?

> You have an idea what to do with that. The noble he sold to next time will come back again, and you want to kill that person, since they're a vampire. Can't set up an ambush without bait, and that batch is going to be the bait.
:OranFoS: Um… I’m t-to deliver it to… them… err…
:KarnFoS: Also, I’m pretty sure there’s going to be some servant that picks it up… but if they are vampires, won’t they be thralls?
>...maybe we can poison the drugs? If the vampires are taking the drugs we can kill them without risk. ...Well, no, that's just as dangerous. It would kill the first vampire to take some, but unless they all drink the potions at once the others will immediately know the drugs are tainted and come after Oran.
:OranFoS: Poison isn’t usually instantly lethal, though I’m not sure what would effect a vampire?
:KarnFoS: Holy water?
:OranFoS: That would definitely be instantly lethal, yeah… hmm… I might cook up something a bit weaker…?
:EmaFoS: Maybe you can make something that just put them to sleep?
:OranFoS: Err… well… I mean… maybe?
:KarnFoS: I’m sure Oran here can create something dangerous. It’s the only thing he seems to be freaking good at…
:EmaFoS: And I’m sure we can come up with a plan to deal with this vampire party before long…

In fact, if you’re lucky, this might just put all your targets in one place. Like a smorgasbord of delicious evil.

:JustinaFoS: Um…
:EmaFoS: Huh? Who?
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No. 951992 ID: 1301e8
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951992

The three of you turn around and find Justina suddenly sitting at the entrance to the old sewers. She looks like shit as well… and you’re pretty sure you heard someone scamper away from her into the darkness. Too bad there’s way to many chemicals around here for you to smell anything…

:EmaFoS: Justina? Where did you…?
:OranFoS: Hey! How did you get by the locked gate!?
:JustinaFoS: Let just say you might need a new lock.
:OranFoS: Huh? How did you... you broke it?
:EmaFoS: What happened to you? You look like shit.
:JustinaFoS: The quick version? I seduced a vampire, was attacked by said vampire, was almost killed by the vampire, but then I was saved by a good vampire and now I might become a vampire if I choose too. Vampire.
:EmaFoS: Vampire? Really?
:KarnFoS: Did you say you’re becoming a vampire?
:JustinaFoS: I got vampire blood inside me so… I might turn into one if I want to?

:OranFoS: Oh! Definitely become a vampire! Vampires are cool!
:KarnFoS: What!? No! That’s a terrible idea!
:OranFoS: I’m pretty sure vampire can regenerate! So all those fingers and… is your foot messed up as well? I’m sure you’ll heal if you-
:KarnFoS: She’ll heal just fine without becoming a vampire.
:OranFoS: And I might use you for research and science! Writing about vampires might just be what I need to get some respect around here! Oh, and vampire blood is a nice alchemical substance for potion creation as well!
:KarnFoS: You already got Ema for that! One undead is enough.
:JustinaFoS: Wait, Ema is-
:OranFoS: Also, I volunteer to become your first thrall, mistress! I promise I’ll behave if you whip me every so often!
:KarnFoS: Err… w-what!?
:OranFoS: I’m also a really good chair, mistress!
:KarnFoS: Okay, now you’re just getting weird and creepy! Calm down or I’m going to pour a bucket of cold water over you.
:OranFoS: I love you, vampire mistress!

:JustinaFoS: Err… I’m just going to ignore that last part. Actually, I came here to ask Ema about this. She’s the only one I know around here that can act as a voice of reason.
:KarnFoS: *snrk*
:EmaFoS: Huh? Wait, you think I’m the voice of reason?
:JustinaFoS: You’ve already saved me twice. I trust you to save me again, either from vampirism or a life as a cripple.
:EmaFoS: Um…
:JustinaFoS: So, what do you say…?

Well… you really shouldn’t encourage someone to become a vampire… but she’ll probably become tastier if she do, right? But disregarding that, your plan with her was to make her feed on a lot of men for you? Her being a vampire instead of a cripple would make that a lot easier wouldn’t it? …and if she can control herself, she would also be of use with actually dealing with the rest of the vampires. Not only as another fighting partner, but as a way to figure out how vampires ticks as well. So… morally, you should tell her no… but pragmatically, she’s a lot more useful as a vampire…
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No. 951993 ID: 094652

>Vampire?
Let's experiment with vampire blood until it kills you! Seriously, we have a plethora of rare, diverse materials that we can use to finish up those regeneration potions, a batch of targets who will make good test subjects, etc.
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No. 951994 ID: b1b4f3

>>951992
>morally you should tell her no
Uh, you didn't give any reason for that? What is your moral argument?
Ask her how a good vampire can exist. She needs to explain. And also introduce you to that "good" vampire so you can judge for yourself.

This is an important decision. Yes, it would be beneficial for you for her to become one, however some of those reasons can be served by the vampire that saved her. You must be fully informed, and speak with them.
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No. 951997 ID: 058439

>>951994
I agree, we have to speak with this "good" vampire. He might be able to help you with lots of things, including this. Allies are important, and this way, we can have two in one go.

But first we need more information and chat with this vampire. It is not negotiable.

The two stooges have to stay out here, this does not concern them. Besides it could be dangerous.

Oran, knock the vampire fetish off.
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No. 951998 ID: 528d9b

Ignoring Ema's selfish disregard for the well being of someone who consider her a friend... It would be hypocritical of Ema to judge or oppose Justina choice.

Tell her that you don't like the idea but if this is what she want you will give her your support.
To explain why the transformation could displease a being such as yourself might be worth commenting that you will be forced to judge her by her actions instead of her soul smell, more trouble for you. It may also be important for her decision to consider that an undead curse will taint her soul regardless of her behavior.
But if she can accept the problems you can vouch that being an undead have it's benefits, after all she saw you survive without a head.
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No. 952000 ID: 4854ef

I'm almost tempted to say no just.. purely due to Oran's complete and utter *lust* for Vampires.. Good lord he's a horny dog.

But one must remember that becoming a Vampire doesn't make one a bad person. Good vampires can exist! Unless the transformation makes them an inhuman, horrible person... I'm going to say Yes, become a vampire. Afterall you are a good undead right?
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No. 952001 ID: 91ee5f

>>951992
>I might become a vampire if I choose too.
“See, Oran? I told you she wasn’t a vampire!”

>Calm down or I’m going to pour a bucket of cold water over you.
“If you do that, then you have to promise that you’ll give me a second bucket so I can also pour cold water on him.”

>Not only as another fighting partner, but as a way to figure out how vampires ticks as well.
Why would you ask for someone that’s completely untrained in combat as a fighting partner? You’d be better off asking Kern and Athena to be your fighting partners, since they’re actually trained in combat. Plus, they already know how vampires tick, so you could just ask them.

Speaking of which, Kern and Athena most likely have a way to clear out Justina’s blood to prevent her from turning into a vampire. And I’m pretty sure they’d love to know where the vampire Justina seduced lives.
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No. 952033 ID: feecd8

>>952001
>Justina is a bad fighting partner
I have to agree with this. With how often Justina has gotten injured and needed to be rescued, that would make her more of a liability in a fight.

>Learn location of vampire that attacked her
This is important! Don't forget to ask about this!
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No. 952162 ID: 93a350

Eternity is not a good thing. Since you will be immune to age and sickness, the only way out will be a violent, painful death. Same with the hunger, go on and you'll succumb to it eventually. That's the crux with forever, take long enough and anything that can happen, will happen. You will become a genius bard, loved by all. You will become a gruesome serial killer, feasting on innocents and hating yourself. You will learn to love the screams of your victims. You will become your best, you will become your worst, though calling those yours is a strech by any means. You will be nothing, just going through the motions of time. The only factor will be your eventual demise. Death is supposed to be the end of you, cheating it will lose you your soul, life, identity not even to your curse, but to time.
(This goes for you too, Ema. Unless you finish your revenge and cease to exist, you will become an all consuming undead monstrosity, doesn't matter what you think of it now.)
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No. 952163 ID: 19fdd8

>>951991
Don't become a vampire. Hold out until the epilogue when Oran figures out how to regrow limbs.
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No. 952168 ID: 91ee5f

>>952033
>how often Justina has gotten injured
That’s another good reason for Justina to not become a vampire.

If vampires are anything like Ema, they would end up getting hungry after healing and they’d need to feed. If Justina became a vampire, with how accident prone she is, she'd end up needing to feed more often, which would just increase her chances of losing control and giving in to her hunger! I’m pretty sure she wouldn’t want that at all.
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No. 952171 ID: b1b4f3

>>952168
I mean, she can just buy chickens or whatever. Ema's stash of gold can be used to keep her healed up. It's a worthwhile use of it.
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No. 952318 ID: 1301e8
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952318

>I'm almost tempted to say no just... purely due to Oran's complete and utter *lust* for Vampires... Good lord he's a horny dog.
This wouldn’t really come as a surprise. That man really need to get laid… well, laid more.
>Hold out until the epilogue when Oran figures out how to regrow limbs.
The longer you stay in his presence, the less you believe that he will actually manage to make that potion. He’s a drug chemist, not some genius, revolutionary alchemist.
>Ignoring Ema's selfish disregard for the wellbeing of someone who consider her a friend...
Hey! You are trying to consider her wellbeing as best as you can! The problem is that you’re not sure what’s best for her wellbeing, not turning into a vampire or having her heal her current wounds, which might outright be lethal if they aren’t taken care of properly.
>It would be hypocritical of Ema to judge or oppose Justina choice.
You didn’t have the chance to choose when you were turned, did you? She at least deserves a choice… and your help in making it.
>After all you are a good undead right?
…you’re trying to be.

>Uh, you didn't give any reason for that? What is your moral argument?
…because vampires are undead monstrosities that feed on the innocent? Of course, you can almost say the same thing about yourself, can’t you? It’s just, in most of the stories out there vampires are evil people seduced by the promise of power to become literal monsters, but that might not be true in real life. So… what you need to know is how vampires work… and how they act…
>Yes, it would be beneficial for you for her to become one, however some of those reasons can be served by the vampire that saved her.
Except you have no idea who that is. For all you know, it might be an evil creature trying to trick Justina into becoming its spawn willingly or something… or they might a complete wimp that refuses to do anything violent. You need to meet this mystery person first before you make any decisions.
>Allies are important, and this way, we can have two in one go.
Or you can just get two vampire allies. That always works!
>Why would you ask for someone that’s completely untrained in combat as a fighting partner?
Because if she’ll probably still be able to help with raw power alone. Heck, you don’t really have any formal training either… and you’re pretty sure all those spoiled nobs that are your target doesn’t really have any training as well and survives on being vampires. So… we have someone without training going up against people without training…
>With how often Justina has gotten injured and needed to be rescued, that would make her more of a liability in a fight.
…with how often she’s gotten injured lately, it might be prudent for her to actually become a vampire after all. That way she will be able to actually defend herself at least.
>You’d be better off asking Kern and Athena to be your fighting partners, since they’re actually trained in combat.
Except you have no idea how they will react to you being an undead… or how they will react to supposedly good vampires either. For all you know they might be dangerous… but you need to take the chance with them, at least. Besides, aren’t more allies better? Having both two vampires, two vampire hunters, a supposed weapon master and an alchemist on your team would be freaking dope if anything.


>“See, Oran? I told you she wasn’t a vampire!”
:OranFoS: But she’s about become one! So I was half right!
:JustinaFoS: Wait, why did you think I was a vampire?
:OranFoS: Oh… err… well… because… you’re way to sexy, charming and curvy to be real? Um… I mean… y-you got this perfect, pristine coat of white as well as eyes that shines like jewels… n-not to mention an ass that’s out of this world and a chest that rise and falls like the grandest empires? Err… s-so… um… y-yeah…
:JustinaFoS: …you know, if you keep that up, maybe dial down a bit on the creepy slave stuff and take a shower… you wouldn’t be too bad.
:OranFoS: Oh… err… r-right… um…
>Oran, knock the vampire fetish off.
:OranFoS: But… b-but... I j-just want a… s-sexy mistress…
:JustinaFoS: And being a creep is a horrid way to get one.

>Ask her how a good vampire can exist. She needs to explain.
:JustinaFoS: Oh, you know how the stories goes… love redeems.
:KarnFoS: I’m sure something as simple as attraction will stop a monster it its tracks.
:JustinaFoS: It will be if what I’ve been told is true. See, apparently it’s like a hunger… the more you indulge in it, the worse it gets… but if you can starve yourself…
:OranFoS: Ah, so it is like a kind of addiction then? I do wonder if it’s possible to find some kind of substitute?
:JustinaFoS: My friend said he’s been living on live chickens.
:OranFoS: Hmm… live? So… life energy, then? This might need further experimentation.
:EmaFoS: Oran, can you please focus on one thing at the time. I can’t even remember how many things you’re currently “researching”.
>She can accept the problems you can vouch that being an undead have its benefits, after all she saw you survive without a head.
:JustinaFoS: So you really are an undead!? I just thought you were good with illusion magic or something?
:EmaFoS: I’m a spirit of justice, created from a great injustice that need to be righted!
:KarnFoS: She eats evil people whole.
:JustinaFoS: …wait, what? Really? That’s… kind of horrifying.
:EmaFoS: But only people that deserve it.
:JustinaFoS: …that does explain what happened to those bandits that tried to kill me… and that huge bitch that tortured me in the woods… I though you just killed them, not… wow…

>Might be worth commenting that you will be forced to judge her by her actions instead of her soul smell, more trouble for you. It may also be important for her decision to consider that an undead curse will taint her soul regardless of her behavior.
:JustinaFoS: Wait, you can smell evil?
:EmaFoS: Indeed I can…and undead creatures usually smell really tasty.
:JustinaFoS: …but whose definition of evil are you smelling? Your own?
:EmaFoS: I’m still trying to figure that out, actually…
>If this is what she want you will give her your support.
:JustinaFoS: …while I appreciate your support, I was hoping for some help to make up my mind in the first place.


>I agree, we have to speak with this "good" vampire. He might be able to help you with lots of things, including this.
:JustinaFoS: Well… I think he’s still down here somewhere…
:AlFoS: *Hiss*
:JustinaFoS: Though he seems a bit light shy at the moment? Maybe it’s for the best if you stay on your side of the grate, though you better come a bit closer.
>The two stooges have to stay out here, this does not concern them. Besides it could be dangerous.
:OranFoS: Oh, come on! I just want to witness the birth of a vamp-
:KarnFoS: Come on Oran, we better stay away from this insanity. Besides, someone needs to take care of Tunu. Ema said something about her being unconscious.


>Let's experiment with vampire blood until it kills you! Seriously, we have a plethora of rare, diverse materials that we can use to finish up those regeneration potions.
:JustinaFoS: That doesn’t sound very pleasant. I know that I might come back, but that doesn’t mean I want a painful death.
:AlFoS: The transition of the curse must be a pleasant one, or the victim might lash out from the traumatic experience!
:EmaFoS: Ah, and you must be this good vampire she was talking about. I’m Ema. Who are you? …and why are you hiding in the dark like that?
:AlFoS: Because I don’t trust you. You stink of vampire blood
:EmaFoS: Oh yeah, that… see, I kind of made one explode a while ago and I guess I haven’t gotten all of it off yet?
:AlFoS: You killed one from the nest?
:EmaFoS: I’m pretty sure, yes.
:AlFoS: …you can call me Al, if that pleases you, lady Ema.

>You’d love to know where the vampire Justina seduced lives.
:JustinaFoS: Let’s see… it’s was a left from the-
:AlFoS: She came from the baroness mansion, so I’m going to guess that she managed to bed her last remaining son.
:JustinaFoS: That does explain why he was so disappointing in bed. He’s probably been spoiled from birth.
:EmaFoS: Wait, you said last remaining. What happened to the others?
:AlFoS: She and her court ripped them apart and feasted on their flesh before they were able to be turned.
:JustinaFoS: Oh… ew… that’s… wow…
>If vampires are anything like Ema, they would end up getting hungry after healing and they’d need to feed.
:AlFoS: The hunger is something we need to learn to live with. But with proper meditation, food and training, it’s possible to go without it. I have never tasted flesh myself and I’ve been a vampire for almost five winters, yet here I still am, sane enough to converse with you, lady Ema.
:JustinaFoS: So as long as we have a stable supply of chickens and other animals we’ll do fine.
:AlFoS: …and rats. Rats always work in a pinch. I’ve been feeding on rats for ages before I managed to find some coins and someone new to sell me some real food.
:JustinaFoS: Err… and rats… yeah…

:EmaFoS: …so why do you want to turn Justina into a vampire anyway, Al?
:AlFoS: She had already ingested the blood from somewhere else. I simply gave her the choice of a pleasant transition. She will chose her own future.
:EmaFoS: Uh huh… but why do YOU want to turn her?
:AlFoS: I need someone that can get things from the surface. If the other would spot me out there, they might send the guards to find and destroy me.
:EmaFoS: She can do that without being a vampire.
:AlFoS: I need allies to combat the vampire nest. A vampire, even an inexperienced one, will do better against them than some trained soldiers would, especially one with the element of surprise on her side.
:EmaFoS: …and that’s the only reason?
:AlFoS: …being turned is a very… euphoria filled experience, both for the victim and the vampire. I simply wish to experience it once again now when I was given the chance to do so. Not to mention I’ve been smelling and cleaning up her sweet tasting blood for an hour now and I thirst for it.
:JustinaFoS: …are you… coming on to me?
:AlFoS: I simply wish to give you the best experience possible, if you chose to go through with it.
:EmaFoS: …do you two want some privacy or…?

:JustinaFoS: Wait, didn’t you say you ate bad people? Doesn’t that mean you’ll eat me if I become a vampire?
:EmaFoS: Only if you become bad and start to feast on the flesh of the innocent.
:JustinaFoS: Huh… I guess that’s some strong motivation to not do that then…
:EmaFoS: Speaking of which, do you mind if I smell you a bit, vampire? I want to know if you’re evil or not, but I need to get closer to you to really get a good whiff.
:AlFoS: I rather not get closer to something that’s might possible consume me whole.
:EmaFoS: I’m just going to make sure you’re not on the menu.
:AlFoS: I still don’t trust you, whatever you are, lady Ema.

:JustinaFoS: Okay, this have been enlightening and all, but it still doesn’t help me decide on what I want to do. Do I become a vampire or not?
:EmaFoS: If you’re not then you better get to a healer soon, or that nasty wound will make the decision for her.
:AlFoS: We cannot bring her to any healer in town right now. The others are sure to be on the lookout for her there.
:EmaFoS: So… she’s dead either way, then?
:AlFoS: You can’t be sure she will die on her own, can you? She’s stable right now and I’ve cleaned her wound thoroughly. In a few days I will move her to the healer that’s outside of town and there she can get some bed rest for a few weeks so she can heal properly.
:JustinaFoS: A few weeks!? It’s just a small wound!
:AlFoS: You got an arrow shot straight through your chest! The only reason you’re up and about right now is the vampire blood in your veins.
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No. 952319 ID: b1b4f3

>>952318
Ema, remember the baroness had a smell so strong you almost went mad from hunger despite not being anywhere near her. The vampire you killed was similar. You don't need to be close to this one to tell he's not like the others.

Tell Justina she should do it. I do see one issue with Al's situation though. He's been isolated, so he hasn't had to deal with the hunger while having the object of his desires within his grasp. It will be harder for Justina to cope when in public, just like how it's harder to stay on a diet if you have junk food lying around in plain sight. It's possible she will need to adopt a similar hermetic lifestyle.
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No. 952321 ID: 93a350

Vampirism is not reversible, is it?
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No. 952323 ID: 528d9b

Justina, do you believe in the afterlife? I don't know what wait us, but if divine judgement is anything like my sense of smell you are not good but redeemable. If you have faith it's better to take your chances with the beyond than becoming damned like us.

My own faith have more to do with justice than heaven. Back when I was alive the object of adoration of our temple was... me? That is confusing.
If like me you have doubts, it's seem worth for you to become an undead. Better to stay alive and seek earthly justice than take your chances with the unknown.
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No. 952332 ID: a9af05

>>952318
>I’m still trying to figure that out, actually…
It's the voices coming from your swords. That's the justice you're supposedly following.

Also you can smell when someone is lying.

>>952323
>Back when I was alive the object of adoration of our temple was...me? That is confusing.
It was actually the swords that were being adored, not Ema. It might be better to show the swords to them.
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No. 952334 ID: 91ee5f

>>952318
>I need someone that can get things from the surface. If the other would spot me out there, they might send the guards to find and destroy me.
Wouldn’t they still do that if Justina was spotted? After all, I’m sure they’ll be looking for her, since she was able to escape.

>I still don’t trust you, whatever you are, lady Ema.
I’m think I’m supposed to be an Elder Wraith. And if you’re as good as you claim you are, then you’ve got nothing to worry about if you let me smell you.
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No. 952366 ID: 4854ef

Still believe she should go vampire.
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No. 952388 ID: d9fb32

>I still don’t trust you, whatever you are, lady Ema.
Same here too tho. But in any case, if we want to work this out we need to gain each others trust. Maybe you can help me with my hunger issues as well. In return, we get rid of the Baroness together, she was in our to do list anyway.
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No. 952476 ID: 1301e8
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>Ema, remember the baroness had a smell so strong you almost went mad from hunger despite not being anywhere near her. The vampire you killed was similar. You don't need to be close to this one to tell he's not like the others.
You know, you originally thought that that smell came from them being vampires, but apparently that’s not the case? You guess that feasting on the flesh on the innocent for years will make you so much of a monster that you’ll smell like a three course meal wrapped up into one that’s been found by a starving woman. Either way, you really need to eat some of those vampires soon.


>I’m think I’m supposed to be an Elder Wraith. And if you’re as good as you claim you are, then you’ve got nothing to worry about if you let me smell you.
:AlFoS: …I can’t say I’m familiar about your kind.
:JustinaFoS: If I remember correctly, aren’t wraiths supposed to be created when someone picks up a cursed weapon and become possessed? I’m pretty sure it’s some kind of curse of vengeance as well.
:EmaFoS: I am indeed a weapon of sorts, though I don’t actually need a body to possess. Instead… I’m kind of the soul of… well… me… Ema. Oh, and I’m a spirit of JUSTICE!
:AlFoS: The different of justice and revenge is marginal at best.
:JustinaFoS: Wait, does this mean you’re actually an axe or something?
:EmaFoS: A sword, actually.
>It might be better to show the swords to them.
You pull out your sword out of thin air to show it to them.
:EmaFoS: Look, here, this is the thing that is keeping me… um… “alive”, so to speak.
:JustinaFoS: ...I was expecting something more. I mean, pulling it out of nowhere is kind of cool and all, but it just looks like any other sword.
:AlFoS: It looks practical, like a sword meant for fighting is supposed to do. A gilded sword is for showing off, not actually fighting.
>It's the voices coming from your swords. That's the justice you're supposedly following.
:AlFoS: ...and by who’s definition of good and evil do they go by? Their own?
:EmaFoS: That is what I’m not entirely sure of yet.
:JustinaFoS: Also, hearing voices from a sword is kind of weird if you ask me.
>If we want to work this out we need to gain each other’s trust. Maybe you can help me with my hunger issues as well. In return, we get rid of the Baroness together, she was in our to do list anyway.
:AlFoS: Why, yes, let me help you with your personal problem and you’ll help me achieve the very same goal you’re already trying to accomplish. Sounds fair. But jesting aside, I do believe cooperation in dealing with the Baroness is in order… and I might help you a bit with your gluttony, if anything to make sure you don’t hurt anyone that don’t deserve it. I still don’t trust you enough to get close to you, though.

>Vampirism is not reversible, is it?
:JustinaFoS: In all the stories it’s usually impossible… or at least near impossible.
:AlFoS: Quite on the contrary, lady Justina, vampirism is quite easy to cure. Death, on the other hand, is quite the dilemma. After all, to become a vampire you need to expire, thus if you would be cured from the disease you’ll go back to the state of mortis, that is to say, death.
>Wouldn’t they still do that if Justina was spotted? After all, I’m sure they’ll be looking for her, since she was able to escape.
:AlFoS: There’s is enough white feathered varkian’s in this city for them to not bother looking. After all, I’m sure not a lot of people actually saw you in person, lady Justina. I, on the other hand, was a well-regarded son of a noble lady of some renown. There’s enough paintings of me around for most of them to know how I look like at a glance.
:JustinaFoS: Hmm… I’m pretty sure only the spoiled brat I actually laid with got a good look at me.
:AlFoS: And I don’t think he will be running around on the streets looking for you. At best they will check at the healers, as they believe you’re badly wounded. In fact, I don’t think they know that you got vampire blood in your system at all, thus your transformation will take them by complete surprise if you choose to go through with it.

>Justina, do you believe in the afterlife? If you have faith it's better to take your chances with the beyond than becoming damned like us.
:JustinaFoS: Bah! If there are any gods out there they are all arseholes and will probably kick me into the cold maws of damnation because I didn’t bless their name once every day or some such. No, fuck the gods and whatever they agony they bring.
>I do see one issue with Al's situation though. He's been isolated, so he hasn't had to deal with the hunger while having the object of his desires within his grasp. It will be harder for Justina to cope when in public, just like how it's harder to stay on a diet if you have junk food lying around in plain sight. It's possible she will need to adopt a similar hermetic lifestyle.
:AlFoS: I’ll have you know, I managed to control my hunger for almost a year while being with the court before I was thrown out. Always being surrounded by the succulent flesh of the living did make things harder, yes, but it is doable. If anything, their agonizing screams and cries for loved ones was the main thing that kept my fast going.

>Tell Justina she should do it.
:JustinaFoS: Hmm… well… maybe? I mean… you won’t eat me right?
:EmaFoS: As I said, I only eat evil people that deserve being brought to justice.
:AlFoS: …can you even survive on a diet like that?
:EmaFoS: Well… I also feed on… heh… protein “donated” by other people…
:AlFoS: Donated pr- you mean… sex? How does that even… what?
:EmaFoS: It’s like you sucking blood… but with a cock instead *wink*
:JustinaFoS: …and if you lay a lady?
:EmaFoS: Then any time she lay with man for a few days afterwards I’ll consume their donated protein… somehow. I’m still not sure how that works… but it does?
:JustinaFoS: Err… so you can turn ladies into… um…

:JustinaFoS: …wait, was that your plan with me all along? You were thinking of feeding of me since you saved me, haven’t you?
:EmaFoS: Honestly? I didn’t actually know about this ability of my when I first met you, but I have been planning on asking you to help me… collect some extra food.
:JustinaFoS: …you wanted to turn me into some kind of… breeding… factory?

You watch as Justina’s gaze drift away into some far away land for a long while…

:EmaFoS: Justina? Hello?
:JustinaFoS: Huh? Oh! I was just… thinking about the possibilities. You know, becoming a vampire as well as… helping you collect protein.
:EmaFoS: I wasn’t expecting you to be this enthusiastic about it…
:JustinaFoS: Well, I’ve never had a good reason before why I would lay ten guys at once that wasn’t just a depraved lust.
:EmaFoS: Okay, a bit too enthusiastic … so… you’re becoming a vampire then?
:JustinaFoS: If you want a monster in bed to feed off, then I have little choice, now do I?
:AlFoS: …the procedure will take all night, so you will met her again tomorrow at best.
:EmaFoS: Oh right, shit, night! The curfew!
:AlFoS: I do believe you’re already too late for that, though the guards around this district is rather understanding as long as you make your way home with haste.
:JustinaFoS: Oh, and what if we both collect at the same time? Maybe just create a line for them to… hehe…
:EmaFoS: Okay, Justina, I get it.
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No. 952477 ID: b1b4f3

>>952476
Alright then, time to go. Head back to the inn, do some meditation.
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No. 952482 ID: 91ee5f

>>952476
>A sword, actually.
Correction: 2 swords. Show both of the swords.

>That is what I’m not entirely sure of yet.
Explain that apparently your swords are so old, they forgot a bunch of things. In fact, you’re still discovering new abilities that you can do because, like you said, your swords completely forgot about it and said, “Oh, yeah, you can do that.”

>…you wanted to turn me into some kind of…breeding…factory?
Since you’re undead, you can’t become pregnant nor can you get anyone pregnant. So you can’t exactly turn her into a breeding factory.

.....also, you’d need to turn into a male form to do that.

>What do?
Ask if Karn needs an escort to his dojo or if he plans on spending the night here at Oran’s shop?

Afterwards, head to Danus’ inn.
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No. 952508 ID: 91ee5f

>>952476
>…the procedure will take all night, so you will met her again tomorrow at best.
Speaking of which, request that they relocate somewhere else to do that. Because Oran will undoubtedly pester them and they may not want any interruptions during this “procedure”.
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No. 952513 ID: a7f91c

>Explain that apparently your swords are so old, they forgot a bunch of things. In fact, you’re still discovering new abilities that you can do because, like you said, your swords completely forgot about it and said, “Oh, yeah, you can do that.”

The more time it passes or more things we discover on our own, the swords remember more and they give us the specifics.
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No. 952516 ID: b1b4f3

Maybe tonight would be a good time to meditate on the nature of justice.

If you ask me it pretty much boils down to "protecting the innocent from the guilty". Most kinds of justice involve an element of deterrence, via public execution or other forms of striking fear in the hearts of criminals, but that's not very effective since most criminals assume they won't get caught. Still, justice is about punishing the guilty in a way that keeps them from hurting others in the future. Rehabilitation is a big part of that, it's not just imprisonment and execution. Mercy is also a necessary part of justice, as if someone commits a crime but is unlikely to commit it again(like a crime of passion for instance) then a harsh punishment will achieve little. This is why first offenders tend to get light punishments. The flipside of that is if a criminal will not stop and shows no signs of remorse, then you have to remove them somehow, either via life imprisonment or execution.
That's not to say vengeance has no place in justice. Victims should feel some sense of closure from whatever punishment is given to the guilty party.
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No. 952616 ID: 93a350

>>952516
Problem with that is that crimes of passion indicate that the person in question has such poor self control that it could easily happen again, even against their own will. Also the harm is done, wether you regret it after the fact or not. There are also crimes that only need to be committed once, or for a time. Like a noble who needs to remove an obstacle, ruin a rival house, or someone who needs to take care of a rival before he can marry their lover. Even if they do that and never do something wrong again, should those former crimes go unpunished? What if we had met Tertian after he had been set for life, if he wouldn't do any more harm thereafter, should he have just... gotten away with it? What if he had, I dunno, opened a hospital, an orphanage or whatever, i.e. if he was in a position where punishing him would cause further harm to innocents. What if there is a murderous doctor who heals far more people than they kill? In killing them much more people would come to harm than if you just let them keep killing. What if Vampires couldn't feed of chickens, then they would have to feed off of innocents to keep existing. Existing isn't a crime, but it would come at the cost of innocent lives. What of dangerously irresponsible people, like Oran? Should people be punished if they are just not able to properly consider consequences, for being too stupid?
Those are a lot of "what if"s, but there really are people who're unambigously evil and where killing them is the right thing to do, let's stick with those.
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No. 952633 ID: b1b4f3

>>952616
I didn't say to just let them go if they wouldn't do it again. Sinners must also repent in some fashion for them to be forgiven. Tertian opening an orphanage or hospital with his ill-gotten gains would count as a form of repentance, but I'm not sure it would be enough to cleanse his soul.
Also the rest of your argument is heavily flawed. You attempted to discount the one-time nature of "crimes of passion" because they're a sign of "low self control" but that's not how those crimes take place at all. In fact, losing control once without a history of violence heavily implies that the situation was extreme, and people who succumb to that tend to avoid such situations in the future because they regret what they've done. Nobles who are willing to destroy people to achieve their goals would obviously do it again if they had the chance so that's just invalid out the gate. A murderous doctor would still be a murderer, and doing his job wouldn't make up for anything-- there are other doctors in the world after all. Vampires that are forced to kill innocents to survive would deserve death, because they still have the choice to starve to death or otherwise kill themselves. If they could choose to feed on the guilty then hey that's an Elder Wraith and that's basically fine. Dangerously irresponsible people can be educated so they stop hurting others; Oran is exceptionally stubborn at refusing to accept responsibility and is an edge case. If someone winds up killing someone else because of ignorance or stupidity that's called negligent homicide and is worthy of punishment.

At least this nonsense made me realize something-- Ema has so far only been thinking about eating or not eating sinners. We can punish them in other ways, like for instance reporting criminals to the guards. That wouldn't work well against Oran and Karn since there's a chance they'd out Ema during interrogation but if we come across other criminals and get evidence of their crimes without revealing Ema's true nature, then we'll have that option.
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No. 952635 ID: 1301e8
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>Explain that apparently your swords are so old, they forgot a bunch of things. In fact, you’re still discovering new abilities that you can do.
:JustinaFoS: So they are like… grumpy, senile swords?
:EmaFoS: Well… kind of? Though not the grumpy part. It’s like this, the more I experience and gain power, the more things the swords seem to be remember.
:AlFoS: The closer you come to their original strength, the more you understand yourself?
:EmaFoS: …that’s right… I think?
:JustinaFoS: Still… grumpy, old geezer swords, huh?
>Since you’re undead, you can’t become pregnant nor can you get anyone pregnant. So you can’t exactly turn her into a breeding factory.
:JustinaFoS: I didn’t mean it literally! I meant like… well… more the sexy kind?
:AlFoS: …you mean intercourse in a more animalistic, feral way? Breed is kind of a word that’s associated with animals, after all.
:JustinaFoS: When you put it like that it becomes a lot less exciting. I meant more… “tie me up and let them have their way with me” kind of thing…

>Request that they relocate somewhere else to do that. Because Oran will undoubtedly pester them and they may not want any interruptions during this “procedure”.
:JustinaFoS: I’m not getting turned into a vampire while sitting in a freaking sewer! Or some drug lab for that matter! I demand something a lot more romantic. You know, like in the books.
:AlFoS: I have a secret lair with a lot velvet, pillows and scented candles.
:JustinaFoS: Ooo, a secret vampire lair? Now this sounds romantic…
:EmaFoS: I’ll just give the two of you some privacy now…


>Maybe tonight would be a good time to meditate on the nature of justice.
Justice is to protect the innocent. That’s the core belief you hold. Now anything else can be discussed on a more case to case base, as there simply to many variables to really make a code of law on your lonesome to follow. You can’t forget your main purpose after all… to find and bring justice to those responsible to Dalriver… because after that… well, that’s it…
>Ema has so far only been thinking about eating or not eating sinners. We can punish them in other ways, like for instance reporting criminals to the guards.
The problem is, you have no idea how corrupt the guards actually are here. You’re pretty sure some of them have disappeared people and fed them to the vampires, so wouldn’t it just be better for you to eat them if they deserve that? After all, Terroza and her gang were part of the guard, weren’t they? You simply can’t trust them.
>Head back to the inn, do some meditation.
You have a nice bed with a Danus waiting for you back there, perfect to meditate in.


>Ask if Karn needs an escort to his dojo or if he plans on spending the night here at Oran’s shop?
:KarnFoS: Escort? You? Do I have to remind you who kicked who’s bum in our little duel, even without your weird powers? If anything I’ll be escorting you.
:EmaFoS: I see someone’s a bit big headed over something little.
:KarnFoS: You call a mere mortal besting some kind of ageless super creature little? In fact, I bet I can do anything better than you can… at least anything I physically can do.
:EmaFoS: …I bet I take cock up my arse better, seeing as you have your own head lodged in there so nothing else would fit.
:KarnFoS: Heh, even with my bum full and no experience, I still would probably be better at you at it, seeing your past record with… well, anything. Of course, I would never accept such an inane bet in the first place anyway.
:EmaFoS: Oh? Really? What are you? A coward, hmm?
:KarnFoS: I’m no coward, I’m just not foolish enough to accept a stupid bet like that.
:EmaFoS: So you’re just afraid that you’ll lose?
:KarnFoS: …how can I be afraid of something impossible. But it doesn’t matter, as there’s no real way to test… that anyway. Now, back to your actual question before you went off on that inane side-track, yes, I’m planning on sleeping here. It’s just easier that way and Oran got nice pillow pile that’s-
:OranFoS: Um… a-actually, seeing as I just lent my water bed to Tunu, I was planning on sleeping there for the night…
:KarnFoS: Oh… well… I guess I can just… sleep on a bench or something?
:OranFoS: …err… or we can… both fit on the pillow pile? It’s big enough…
:KarnFoS: *huff* …eh, beats sleeping on the floor…

So, are there any last minutes things you need to do or ask before going to bed for the night? Otherwise you’ll hurry back to the inn into Danus waiting arms… though, that pillow pile did sound enticing as well...
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No. 952638 ID: b1b4f3

>>952635
>The problem is, you have no idea how corrupt the guards actually are here
You can smell them to find out. You know of at least one goody-two-shoes guard, so you can report criminals to him.
>go to inn, or stay here and pile
Sounds like the latter is gonna end in sex, but these two have been misbehaving lately so they don't deserve it. Heading to the inn to Danus is a better option, but it's likely he's drained from fucking the librarian. Maybe it's time you seduced Drago with that rugged male bird form. Do you have an appropriate outfit to do that in?
Also you could use an alibi for not being at the inn so tell these two that they should claim Ema spent the night here, if anyone asks. Switch to bird form before you leave so nobody sees Ema.
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No. 952640 ID: a7f91c

No need to eat everyone, you can just kill them.
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No. 952641 ID: a9af05

>>952635
>You call a mere mortal besting some kind of ageless super creature little?
You do realize that the only reason you won was because I was holding back, right?

I'm strong enough that I could literally rip someone in half with my bare hands. If you put that much power behind a sword, well…let's just say that I was trying really hard to not accidentally kill you with that training sword. Especially after how you pissed me off with the way you treated Alisa!

Speaking of which, you did apologize to her, right? Or do I need to make good on my promise to "come over for dinner"?
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No. 952644 ID: b1b4f3

...actually maybe it's a good idea to demonstrate to Karn how strong you are. A round of arm wrestling or something (just don't break his arm)
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>You can smell the guards to find out. You know of at least one goody-two-shoes guard, so you can report criminals to him.
And their superiors? The judge? The prosecution? You can’t smell all of them, can you? Heck, for all you know there might even be a prison warden or something down the line that might make their life hell anyway… or they’ll just hang them, making the whole thing pointless.
>No need to eat everyone, you can just kill them.
And waste all the food? You think not.

>You do realize that the only reason you won was because I was holding back, right?
:KarnFoS: More excuses? Can’t you just accept that I won fair and square?
:EmaFoS: I'm strong enough that I could literally rip someone in half with my bare hands. Let's just say that I was trying really hard to not accidentally kill you with that training sword.
:KarnFoS: Ema, you’re n-
:EmaFoS: Especially after how you pissed me off with the way you treated Alisa! Speaking of which, you did apologize to her, right? Or do I need to make good on my promise to "come over for dinner"?

You lean over him a bit, letting your maw hang open just enough to give him a nice view of the inside of your maw.
:KarnFoS: Huh!? We were just arguing! Do you really think I had th-
:EmaFoS: Karn…
:KarnFoS: I’ll a-apologize tomorrow, alright? Geez, s-stop looking at me like that!
>...actually maybe it's a good idea to demonstrate to Karn how strong you are. A round of arm wrestling or something (just don't break his arm)
There really isn’t the time for something like arm-wrestling right now. Instead, you just grab his arms, force them against his body and lift him up. He tries his best to get free but it’s a futile gesture. There’s simply no way for him to beat your far superior strength.
:KarnFoS: H-hey! L-let me go!
:EmaFoS: Oh? What is this? Can’t the powerful Karn not even get out of my grasp? Maybe it’s because he got head so far up his ass he can’t see what he’s doing, hmm?
:KarnFoS: Gah!

He tries to kick you, but it doesn’t really have any effect. You have to give him credit, as he’s smart enough to not kick so hard that you’ll actually get hurt, but even if he tried that he wouldn’t get free from your vice grip.
:KarnFoS: A-alright! Alright! Y-you win! Y-you’re stronger than me! Fine! H-happy!?
:OranFoS: P-please, d-don’t hurt him, Ema!
:EmaFoS: As long as you two behave you won’t need to worry about it.

>Sounds like the latter is gonna end in sex, but these two have been misbehaving lately so they don't deserve it.
The only thing these two deserve is getting a big girl cock shoved up their bum. That might make them behave a bit better… but yeah, you’re not staying the night.
>Heading to the inn to Danus is a better option, but it's likely he's drained from fucking the librarian.
…damn Alisa, stealing your dream daddy like that… you’ll get him back in the end, though, you’ll see.
>Maybe it's time you seduced Drago with that rugged male bird form. Do you have an appropriate outfit to do that in?
You got an outfit for each of your forms from Tertian’s place, remember? So yes, you got something that will fit Gev… and Drago is in desperate need to be laid. Someone that cute doesn’t deserve to sleep alone in this cold.
>Also you could use an alibi for not being at the inn so tell these two that they should claim Ema spent the night here, if anyone asks. Switch to bird form before you leave so nobody sees Ema.
Who would be paranoid enough to follow you around like that? …and you rather not walk back to the inn as a man at this hour. That’s just asking to be stopped by some women with bad intentions right there, and you already got a belly full of gal birds as it is.

But enough about hiding your true form, it’s time to seduce that cute butt Drago.
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No. 952867 ID: 1301e8
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On the way back to the inn you’re stopped by a guard, but they let you run along after you explain where you’re going with only a warning. Apparently, they’ll be less lenient if they catch you at a later hour than this, so you better keep that in mind. Other than that you make your way to the inn without incident.

Well there, you find Drago being busy cleaning up after a long day at the inn. Luckily, he main hall is currently empty, with the exception of a barmaid that’s cleaning the other end of it, giving you ample opportunity to slide over to Drago and talk to him in private. After you get into Gev’s form and clothes, of course.

You make your way over to him, put your hand on the wall behind him to get his attention and lean towards him, close enough for your beak to almost touch his snout. Then you put on your best expression and sultry voice.

:GevFoS: Heh… Hi there, handsome.
:DragoFoS: Oh, um… I’m sorry sir, but the bar has just closed for the evening.
:GevFoS: I’m was hoping for a… heh… bed, actually…
:DragoFoS: Sadly, all the rooms are already occupied... sir.
:GevFoS: That’s a, heh, shame… but I-
:DragoFoS: Actually, I might be… able to… um… provide a bed. I just need a small favour… see… um... your feathers… they are warm, right?
:GevFoS: …heh… um… yes?
:DragoFoS: …well, it’s a cold night, isn’t it? Maybe… you can help me keep warm, “handsome”?
:GevFoS: …this isn’t how I expected this conversation to… heh… go… hehe…?
:DragoFoS: Um… well, I’m usually not this forward but… um… I was kind of left hanging earlier today when someone was more interested in the rain than… um… finish the job… so to speak…
:GevFoS: …rain?
:DragoFoS: Oh, n-never mind that. So… um… do you…want to spend the night?*

You feel him pitch your butt as he winks at you, signalling that yes, that request entails exactly what you think it will.
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No. 952869 ID: 1301e8
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End of thread stats:

Kills: 13
Items: 5
Secrets: 0
Consumed: 7

Allies: 7
Enemies: 135
Forms: 5 + 1 unused (Thicc thot thieves)

Cheeses: 2
Grains of Dust: still 0
Mating Presses: 2

Hardest fight: Terroza’s fat ass.

Current rating: T. (As in, you tamed those three terrorizing thicc thot thieves that tried to take the thing… with your tummy.)

Tips: It doesn’t matter if you gorge yourself on vampires on the last day. As soon as you’ve brought all three of the guilty targets to justice, your work here is done.
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No. 952874 ID: 3ce8ff

>As soon as you’ve brought all three of the guilty targets to justice, your work here is done.
sounds risky to count on that
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No. 952943 ID: 2e584d

What are we going to do with the swords when we are done? Should we give them to someone?
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No. 952972 ID: 91ee5f

>>952867
You really need to work on your flirting.

>the Uredo left him hanging in favor of enjoying the rain.
Typical plant people behavior.

>>952869
>Tips: It doesn’t matter if you gorge yourself on vampires on the last day. As soon as you’ve brought all three of the guilty targets to justice, your work here is done.
That sounds unreliable. How do we know that’s not just an attempt to try and trick us into going into an uncontrollable rampage that ends up with us eating everyone, including innocent people?
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No. 953100 ID: f2320a

Well i would not want to turn her into a vampire
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No. 953170 ID: 1301e8
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>What are we going to do with the swords when we are done? Should we give them to someone?
:SwordFoS: When our task is done, we will sleep once again… all of us…
>You really need to work on your flirting.
Well, you really don’t have a lot of experience with it, alright? And apparently neither did Gev.
>Typical plant people behavior.
Those Uredo sure are a weird lot.

>That sounds unreliable. How do we know that’s not just an attempt to try and trick us into going into an uncontrollable rampage that ends up with us eating everyone, including innocent people?
Tips: Make sure to read and follow all tips that are given. All tips are here to help you.

Here are some additional tips:
Tips: Oran will not change. Eat him before his mad science hurts someone. Including himself.
Tips: Do not trust Karn. He will stab you in the back. Eat him before he has the chance to hurt you.
Tips: Turning Justina into a vampire just makes her tastier. Eat her.
Tips: If you eat enough bland smelling people, you’ll be able to eat Danus, Drago and Alisa as well.
Tips: The only way to bring justice to those responsible of Dalriver is to eat them.
Tips: The only way to get the golden ending is to eat everyone.

:SwordFoS: Temperance is a virtue. Do not let your hunger control you.

Tips: Don’t listen to the swords. They are liars. And a wuss. A real woman will eat whoever she wants.




[Justina the bard have been killed and is permanently removed from the party!]
[Justina the Vampire spawn has been created!]
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No. 953171 ID: 3ce8ff

>>953170
I'm beginning to think these tips might not be accurate!
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No. 953172 ID: ce39da

>>953171
I'm inclined to agree. We must remember that there are those among our predecessors who failed to control their urges. And among them, those who failed to regret it.
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No. 953173 ID: 0efe8e

Yo, I think I like these tips, it seems like we got a lot of eating to do if we wanna get that golden ending.
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No. 953174 ID: 91ee5f

>>953170
And with that, we’re officially going to ignore all of these tips, since they’re unhelpful and obviously trying to turn us into a monster.
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No. 953180 ID: 33adb3

Yeah, i think the tips are not the ones we should be following. Let's hear the swords instead.
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No. 953181 ID: 15088f

The first two tips, "Collect additional protein by feeding to gain new forms!" and "Meditate while sated to relearn old skills" seem pretty benign. All the ones after those two more and more are trying to push Ema to be a devouring monster.
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No. 953192 ID: 92f4e9

These tips seem a bit malicious and suspicious!
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