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    34 KB Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:05 No.12979879  
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:06 No.12979890
    oh here we go again...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:08 No.12979904

    It's just a woman and werewolf having a relationship. We all need to settle down here.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:08 No.12979905
    >not shooting furshit/otherscum on sight
    You're doing it wrong.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:09 No.12979914
    Fucker's not even a real werewolf. SRA doesn't want to show real weres, does it?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:10 No.12979921

    Oh, but I would never do that!

    What a daring dream, to combine the finest of animal nobility with the human species. I eat a weird bug and don't even care.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:11 No.12979925
    >Implying bad advertising is furry
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:11 No.12979930
    Why even bother those SRA fuckers are just going to censor this one too
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:12 No.12979932
    Flawless logic, that.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:14 No.12979948
    Might as well keep going until they're either tired of it, or we're able to make our voices heard, and get them disbanded.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:17 No.12979977
    Don't dogs have spikes on their dicks?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:18 No.12979982
    That's cats.

    And werewolves aren't dogs.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:18 No.12979987
    Pshaw. If I were one of you paranormals, I'd fight. But what do I know, maybe you enjoy being considered inferior.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:20 No.12979998
    OHLOOK, more humans trying to bait supernaturals into a war. A war that the humans would loose. Fucking brilliant.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:20 No.12980001
    Cats have the spikes

    Dogs have a knot.

    Also, poorly done advertisement is poorly done.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:22 No.12980010
    Keep telling yourself that, sparky. You reality deviants are only around on our sufferance.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:23 No.12980017

    Can we please not provoke /tg/ into turning this into yet another ''humanity fuck year'' thread? Fa/tg/uys are notoriously persistent in insisting that there are no species superior to humanity.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:26 No.12980043

    I'm not trying to provoke anyone. I'm just sayin'. You have powers and shit, how did you even end up like this? Hell, my friend is a quarter Infernal and he's able to kick most people's ass without breaking a sweat. Why do you put up with this shit?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:26 No.12980044
    What? Sure we all want to avoid a war, but I'm pretty sure we'd win. Just on numbers, you know.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:26 No.12980051
    At this time the best future for this thread is an animal cocks debate.

    The future is bleak.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:26 No.12980054

    only because hollywood is so persistent in insisting the only viable option in the event of aliens is

    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:28 No.12980063
    No, not really. How often do aliens actually win in media? Hint: A lot less than humanity does.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:28 No.12980065

    I'd Genuflect so hard the earth would crack if the aliens landed.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:29 No.12980069
    I get why all the monters have to register, I mean after all they're monters, but jut 'cos I spent my free time with a magic grimoir learning the sourcerous arts? Bullshit.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:29 No.12980071
    >Why do you put up with this shit?

    I'd say most people - And I mean humans and supernaturals - just want to coexist peacefully, it's the loud and stupid advocating violence.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:31 No.12980083
    Look me boyo, HFY is about fiction and aliens and crap. We're talking about the real world here. Everyone knows that humans are basically inferior to the supernaturals in everything but numbers, (and some of the more retarded weaknesses), but our technology has developed at an astounding rate, giving us more of an edge than the supies know.

    Right now, we can nullify 95% of the current classifications and replicated 75%, only 15% of which requires materials. Of course, everyone says that's all conspiracy theory bullshit, but they ignore the Ripper disappearances at the turn of the century, the Lycan cullings and the recent vanishing spectrals in England. It's all coming to a head, and soon the SRA will move on to a new group to track and replicate.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:32 No.12980087
    They've been thinking up ways to kill us since we first appeared. They've gotten exceedingly good at it. There is a way to kill every one of us, practically instantly, but it would pretty much obliterate the planet's surface as well.

    I'll give you one guess why they don't like supernaturals in space.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:33 No.12980100
    The ivory tower stands tall brother
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:36 No.12980116
    >PLaying Shin Megami Tensei
    >Kill both the angels and the demons
    >No more supernatural left

    Fuck yeah, exterminating the abnormal rocks.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:38 No.12980129
    >Right now, we can nullify 95% of the current classifications and replicated 75%, only 15% of which requires materials.

    This is for former humans. You can reliably take down werewolves, ghouls and vampires, then a true fae wanders by looks at you funny and you dissolve. This isn't even getting into extra-dimensional entities like the angelic host or the hellspawn.

    Cool SRA propaganda though, bro.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:39 No.12980133
    You got magic, you're an RD. Register now, and keep yourself out of shit when you 'accidently' use your magic to scry on the good human girls or something.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:42 No.12980145
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    You'll never have a werewolf girlfriend ;_;
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:46 No.12980162
    WTF kinda mutant freak is that?

    Legs are all wrong for it to be a hyrbid werewolf, but it has tits, so it can't be a lupiaform were.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:46 No.12980166
    It's random human fetish shit, it's how they want us to look.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:49 No.12980183
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    Suffer not the furry to live.
    >> Kate, dryad 11/30/10(Tue)08:50 No.12980189
    Um, they've added dryads... Sis said I shouldn't register, but we weren't on the list then... The council already knows where our trees are growing, why should we need like proofs and certificates and stuff?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:54 No.12980216
    Good thing that there are no furries here, then huh.

    Anyways did anyone else hear about the guy who was doing the no-cost registrations that turned out to be fake? Turns out he was selling the names and addresses to private hate groups. The sad part is, no-one found out about it until that one vampire got in trouble over some consensual blood-sharing.

    I heard one of the groups had at least 50 confirmed kills before they were shut down.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:54 No.12980222

    Can you even hear yourself? Reality "Deviant", "good" human girls. 'Cos clearly I didn't work for my power, nah I just sucked lucifer's cock or some shit.

    Do you know how hard it is for me to do anything when people know I'm a wizard? Oh I clearly didn't write that report myself, clearly my homunculous did it. Oh that girl only likes him 'cos he cast persuation.

    And this whole putting you on a DNA databae thing, yeah like I'm gonna give you an arcane link to me.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:56 No.12980234
    >google SRA

    >holy shit! it's a conspiracy!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:58 No.12980248

    Well, I guess if someone messes with it, you'd have proof it wasn't just some random tree.

    And then you could sue their asses.

    >Ppraps fuppofed

    Why is captcha giving me sound-effects.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)08:59 No.12980250
    >why should we need like proofs and certificates and stuff?

    It's so you have proof that the forest is yours and some logging company can't roll through and start hacking down trees.

    Or atleast that's what the SRA says.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:00 No.12980257
    Seriously, the whole thing is just retarded when it comes to the more arcane-oriented of us.
    I'm expected to somehow pay this ridiculous registration fee, and for what? So I have my name of a piece of paper? I'm like 5 and a half inches tall, do I look like I have that kinda money available, or more to the point, that I give a shit?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:03 No.12980274
    >I just sucked lucifer's cock
    Hey, you said it, not me.

    Look, you're lucky. I had someone slip a pest control leaflet in my mailbox the other day. Called them up, they were pretty much targeting homonculi before the big UN vote on their status.

    Not that I can blame them too much. When I was a kid, we had a brownie infestation something fierce - kept drinking our milk, stealing our clothes, etc. Eventually we got the exterminators in, and had that problem taken care of. But nooo, nowadays you need to hire a lawyer to try to convince them to leave - the cops can't do jack against 'em, and since they're people now, killing the little bastards gets you a jail sentence.
    >> general_heavy 11/30/10(Tue)09:05 No.12980276
    God damn it not this shit again...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:06 No.12980279

    It's like the humans think they own this world. Like some of us weren't here first. Hell, I didn't even mind when they started trickling into "North America", it was fine, there was more than enough room for everyone. But this manifest destiny bullshit is getting completely out of hand.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:08 No.12980290
    >since they're people now, killing the little bastards gets you a jail sentence.

    Only in some countires, and a few states in the USA, still free remove them everywhere else :3
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:10 No.12980297
    As a Freelance Hunter, I can tell you this, SRA is bunk, You sign up, you pretty much give up all personal privacy and security. I've seen my share of innocents shipped off to camps(And Trust Me, The Camps are not just rumors) for "Possible Risk of Threat". My advice is keep your head down, your nose clean, and don't share your "less than human" as they call it status with anyone unless absolutely necessary.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:11 No.12980307

    I know exactly what you mean. Some of us, the ones who didn't make pacts for this shit, we've worked our entire lives studying and learning to make up for a lack of "something special" that set us apart. If you're not some in-bred sorcerer or someone with ties to higher planes, you've gotta work your ass off just to learn even the most simple cantrips.

    And now these asspained faggots want me to sign on the dotted line before I'm "allowed" by them to even have a skill that's taken me years of studious effort to grasp?
    Fuck that noise.

    Alter aura and mask mana were invented for a reason, I guess.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:11 No.12980311

    Dude, when was the last time you saw a wendigo or a skinwalker or a canotila? The European spirits have pushed out the Native spirits.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:13 No.12980322
    Cry more, scum. We'll do to you what we did to nature soon enough.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:15 No.12980331
    Isn't that the same nature that tears up your cities with hurricanes and tornadoes? Good luck with that mortal.
    >> Kate, dryad 11/30/10(Tue)09:15 No.12980332
    But our trees are in the suburbs, we're not old-fashioned traditionalists out in a national park or whatever. Um, where do you think I'm posting from?

    I think it's stupid that they want EVERYONE to register, we're not going anywhere soon. Like, we don't care about customs and border security or anything.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:20 No.12980352

    As was Bigby's Expressive Didgit
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:20 No.12980356
    Faefag from earlier here.
    Enjoy your ruined planet then, I don't think you realise how tilted natural influence is here.
    I live in a park, and the gardeners here have their work cut out for them; if we leave, this whole area of green goes to shit. The people here understand how it works on the small scale, larger scale isn't much different, but the downside is much worse. Get used to it.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:21 No.12980358
    The SRA just wants to keep its Thumb on you. It's got nothing to do with protection or safety.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:21 No.12980359
    take it back to /news/

    don't know what's worse, fucking supernaturals or fucking SRA fanboys
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:21 No.12980360
    >I think it's stupid that they want EVERYONE to register

    Oh, did you hear they wanted demons, angels and stuff like that to register?

    I think it's just some politicians on a power trip. "Oh look, we got some vampires and werewolves to register, LET'S GET EVERYTHING."
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:21 No.12980361
    You can try and make me register, if you like. I didn't spend 1200 years sucking a demon's balls (and all his knowledge, removing it from his mind) to register so some little bureaucrat can tell how many magickers there are.

    I might just eat your soul when you try. It might get the taste of demon balls out of my mouth.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:22 No.12980367

    Dude, all the more reason to get a piece of paper. You live right next to humans.

    Also, I just thought of something. What if you're, like, part something and don't even know it?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:25 No.12980382
    They won't push the demon registration hard, believe me, not unless all those big shot politicians want a mass collection of due souls.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:26 No.12980385
    Shame all those centuries of ball sucking didn't make you immune to hot lead travelling at supersonic speeds, eh?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:28 No.12980394
    The SRA can't do shit, its flooded with chasing up false applications and sightings by furries, otherkin and goth kids who think they're really supernatural beings.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:33 No.12980415
    Aren't all angels bound in service anyway? "Higher Cause" and all that shit.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:35 No.12980427
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    uh guys a sword just landed in my backyard..
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:36 No.12980429

    I don't know what's worse, the SRA cunts trying to get us to register or you ball suckers for giving the rests of us magic users a bad name.

    Oh and you know what taste better that sucking Belzebub's left gonad? The taste of satsifaction after years of study, knowing you didn't cheat to get it.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:36 No.12980430
    From what I've heard, that's only the lowest of them, so they've got free reign to do whatever, and they are fucking dicks. Apparently whoever made them has been gone a long time, so now they're just like humans, but with world sundering super powers.

    But that's just what I've heard.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:37 No.12980433
    Fuck those laws. Fuck those registrations. My family has been destroying those bastards for hundreds of years. I won't be kept of my job, my destiny just because some idiot-activists call them "people" now.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:37 No.12980435

    I don't know a single Demon or Angel who's given a crap about the SRA, sure, some sign up, some even follow the rules when they can be bothered. But make no mistake, they really don't give a damn about some pencil-pusher telling them what they can and can't do. Same goes for Liches, Dragons, Deities, Noble Fae etc. etc.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:41 No.12980445
    It is a Runeblade....I thought there were no more death knights
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:41 No.12980448
    Oh boy, the SRA looooves magic weapons. I came up from the depths of the earth after an eldritch horror escaped from the arcane gate I keep its kin locked behind. I figured, no problem, I'll just track it down and put it back before it can do too much damage.

    Then the SRA turns up, now I don't want to cause any trouble, so naturally I submit to the lawful authorities and register myself, explain my situation to them. So do you know what they did?

    They kept my sword, said I needed a permit, had to be vetted to ensure I was in a stable state of mind to own a weapon that powerful. Meanwhile said eldritch horror is tearing its way across three states leaving nothing but death and desolation its wake, and I'm busy doing psyche evaluations at their head office. When I finally got the sword back, they'd put a tracking chip in it!
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)09:42 No.12980453
    I've had a couple of run ins with Angels, actually. They seem to be working towards some higher goal, I haven't quite figured out what though. 99% of the time though, When you meet something claiming to be an angel with fire raining from the sky, it's a Demon fucking with you.

    Yeah, good luck with that, I'm surprised your family survived this long. Every time I see a hunter talk like that, they end up biting off more than they can chew, and get turned into a pile of ash, into some kind of fruit tree, or written entirely out of existance.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:43 No.12980456
    Don't register! It's either a human supremacist plot to get the data and stuff you into concentration camps, or a humsup government will seize the records for a headstart in the second kristallnacht.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:48 No.12980489
    You'd think the animal rights folks would be all over having a tomte on every farm. BUT NO!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:49 No.12980494

    Of course we are biting more off than we can chew. We are fighting god damn monsters. Every dead beast is a humanity-fuck-yeah victory.
    Dying is part of the job. If you can't stand the fact, that you will be most likely dead by tomorrow, then get out of it. At least I'm doing good here and the next world is either going to be interesting or not existent at all, some I'm only winning.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)09:51 No.12980512
    Farmers aren't too fond of it either, The government hands out a lot less in subsidies if the farm is staffing supernat's.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:52 No.12980516

    In an odd sort of way, that's kind of refreshing. If someone like you is going to try to kill me, I'd at least like to be able to fight back on my own terms rather than wave a piece of paper in your face and quote some laws about how I'm registered and this means you can't touch me. Not that I, uh, want to fight- it's just that I'll take an honest hunter over some SRA rep hounding me and my friends with their racket any day.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:53 No.12980523
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    I'll get a Gnoll girlfriend then!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:53 No.12980525

    That's stupid, though, they aren't staff.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:54 No.12980530

    Wait, seriously, they pull that crap? As if people didn't have enough reasons to hire us to begin with- and some of the supernaturals I know... shit, that's just low.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:56 No.12980552

    The last time somebody tried the papers on me, it didn't end well for him. That reminds me, I should give Arizona a visit, place should be cooled down by now.
    So yeah, it would be better for you. And more entertaining for everyone.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)09:57 No.12980559
    Well, I'm not afraid of dying, for one because I can't anymore(Goddamned Fae). But I've got rules, Just because they are different than norm's, they need to die? No way. They've got as much right to exist as we do. I deal with problems when they arise, not because they could arise. And I'd watch yourself, Cause I know once the SRA is done with Supernat's they will be gunning for our asses.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:58 No.12980566
    Yes, yes, run along now. I'm going to get that last pubic hair out of my teeth and go collapse a few demiplanes that those 'all powerful government sorcerors' keep creating.

    Why, they did! It has to be cold iron. Then I'll squeal like a little girl.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:59 No.12980575
    >cold iron

    Such a shame almost no humans no how to make it anymore.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)09:59 No.12980578
    SRA clerk here. Seriously guys, you should register. It's for your own good. And before you guys go all 'Oh human specist bastard', I'm also 1/8 satyr and 1/6 river drake with minor natural psi.

    Look, if you don't register, you're counted as a normal human, or nearest equivalent species for legalities, but your powers are still considered pretenatural abilities. So step out of line in the least, even by accident, and use of an unlicensed pretenatural device is slapped on to the charges, which, as you know, basically guarantees 4-5 fold increase in sentencing severity. On top of that, most countries require registration in order to be considered a citizen. So if you're an unregistered legal, you're now an illegal. Which strips away most of the protections the law affords. And if you're an illegal, well, a lot of countries still have witch hunting laws on the books - a lot of humans hate us, guys. So they can have a nice necktie party or whatever without any legal repercussions.

    And that doesn't even include an inability to own land (unregistered dryad? Good luck hanging on to your tree) or other forms of property. Not to mention being able to petition for species-based exceptions in the work place (not being able to work by day or during a full moon, etc).

    The SRA does all that for you, in addition to supplying you with legal counsel and various other supports. Even if the worst of the rumors were true, you'd still be better off registered.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:00 No.12980584

    I can imagine. Poor fucker signs up with the SRA, thinks that they'll actually help them out- the only thing I suspect the SRA really plans on doing is making use of the ones that actually have any skills of note, and simply tracking the rest.

    Oh, sure, you're a criminal according to their laws, but I've never met a hunter worth their, um, proverbial salt who was actually bothered by that kind of status or didn't know how to get around it.

    But you're heading to Arizona, huh? Haha, well. Mind if I ask whereabouts you are now, though? Just curious.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:01 No.12980590

    I've been too long in this job for the soft talk. Hell, it's not like I'm going around and try to sniff out the beasts at all costs. No, the obvious fucked-up shit that reeks of monsters ten miles away is more than enough to deal with.
    Fortunately they won't be done with the supers for a long, long time. And I'm wanted anyway, so...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:04 No.12980609
    Holy shit it's like it's really 1939 again.

    "Just give us your names and where you live, it's for your own good."
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:05 No.12980613

    Well, I don't have anything against those who choose to register. I... um, know that it's worked out for some supernaturals, but the thing is, a few good examples aren't exactly worth shit when the SRA's sent out hunting teams for some of my friends just to catch them out and then slap charges on them. It's a racket, basically, and I'm not buying into it. If it was just registration, fine, but forcing folks into it, abusing the laws to get anyone who doesn't dance to their tune into trouble- I can't agree to that. I'm not going to stop anyone who wants to sign up, I can understand why they'd want to, but I won't do it myself.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:05 No.12980618
    What about the fee though? I can't find anywhere that mentions the possiblity of exceptions for critters than don't spend all their time working inside that hopeless economy.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:05 No.12980620
    Look whos talking. The betrayer of all worlds.

    Ha, just trailing along. Maybe the mountains, never been there.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:06 No.12980631
    Fossegrimen from this last little discussion here.

    Like I said before, they need broader categories, especially when they just have some vague thing like 'troll'. I'm counted in two separate categories; in Scandinavia and some EU countries, I'm licensed under Fae, but the second the government sees that I'm a nature spirit from Scandinavia, I get slapped with the troll label faster than I care to think about.

    Seriously, why the hell is the US at the forefront here? Half of them don't even know their lore properly, not to mention the undue restrictions. Thanks to new regulations that were forced through the UN by United States folks, I'm no longer allowed to record music because it falls under the category of 'Mind-Altering Substance', despite no linkage having been found between recordings of supernaturals and the traditional effects of their music.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:07 No.12980640
    So why are you guys trying(poorly) to track us hunters?

    I just want to make the world a better place for everyone, and get paid some while doing it. I've seen my fair share of young hunters get an easy mark, or get real lucky, then get cocky, and end up paying for it hard.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:08 No.12980646
    >especially when they just have some vague thing like 'troll'.

    Oh god, I can't imagine how many internet trolls this attracts. The expenses on this alone must be huge.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:09 No.12980649

    Well, some supernaturals do have good reason to sign up- safety in numbers, you know? I can't, um, blame them for wanting to do so, even if it galls me that I can't help them. About all I've managed to do is keep my own head down and out of the line of fire, which is good enough with me.

    You say you're heading to the mountains, though? That's interesting. I had to live wild for... uh, some decades back. Good times. The wilderness doesn't change so much as cities do, and if I recall it wasn't too bad. I doubt there are as many beast type supernaturals wandering around nowadays, though.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:10 No.12980657
    There's no fee for the registration. Getting a physical copy is $5.00, and if you can't afford that, it's an open secret that we'll waive it if you come into the offices to register.

    Bite my scaly ass.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:10 No.12980658
    Yeah? I'm not even sure what I am anymore. All that ball-sucking (What kind of monster writes a mystic tome on sucking power.. through testicles? Honestly, now.) has changed me enough that I'm probably on my way to being completely demonic. And what if I start sucking on a Fae? Does that mean that I become part demon, part fae, part human? It's the world's biggest clusterfuck - and probably a 14 year old female roleplayer's dream come true. And god help you if the SRA decides your abilities are "Too dangerous to be left unmonitored." Their monitors? If you're lucky, a tracking implant in the spinal column with explosives. If you're not, kidnapping and being put into a warded box until needed.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:11 No.12980663
    I really think they should start separating listings into former humans and actual supernaturals. I mean, a vampire is just like a human with a few super powers.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:13 No.12980675
    >being put into a warded box until needed

    There are ways out of that. Almost always unpleasant and involving extra-dimensional entities, but there are ways.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:14 No.12980680

    Well, I know I wouldn't trust any music made by a nokk further than I could throw it. And since music isn't solid, that isn't very far.

    Though you're right about the US's lack of knowledge. Hell, most Americans don't know anything about the native spirit/supernatural ...things. Outside of "wendigo" and "bigfoot."
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:14 No.12980682
    HAHA Holy shit, did you guys hear? A dragon just attacked SRA headquarters! No reason given other than shouting about "Dragon supremacy over all creatures". Took the SRA almost 20 minutes to bring it down! Only one minute shy of the record.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:14 No.12980689

    Um, just- it really depends on the type of vampire we're talking about, there. I think the SRA just says anyone who needs blood to survive, their categories are a bit broad. But I was in Asia a while back, um, on work, and some of their vampires aren't really at all like the sort we're used to, here. Mostly because they were all women. Quite friendly, actually, if a little unnerving, though I can't blame her. It's probably a little hard to find conversation partners when you're taking the form of a head with entrails dangling all over the place, poor girl.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:17 No.12980708
    Dragons are fun. You can make a killing selling Dragon parts, most of which are placebos. I think the only thing that actually does anything is the dragonheart? And you need some kind of Exotic item sellers license to sell those.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:17 No.12980709

    No, it wasn't a dragon. That's... that's just typical, to blow it up like that.

    I knew that kid. Quarter dragon, his name was Gabe. Nice boy, but strongly anti SRA. About the only thing he could do was change into a dragon for about an hour or so and fly short distances, poor sod. We talked about this a month or so back, he said he was planning on doing something like this. It's- I don't know. Not like I could've held him back, but this is just fucking sad. Some scrawny boy tries to attack you and you make him out to be a dragon just to sound tougher... augh.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:17 No.12980710

    Don't those guys eat fetuses?

    Imagine it saves a lot of abortion expenses.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:18 No.12980711
    Allow me to repeat:
    >a lot of humans hate us, guys. So they can have a nice necktie party

    Look, I'm just a clerk. I don't have an inside line to the guys in charge - I just work a satellite office in northwest Canada for fucksake. You want to know the real reason we track hunters... Well, so would I. But my guess would be that freelancers tend to become serial killers pretty quickly. Legally, you guys can only go after unregistered supernaturals who break the law, but everyone knows that you end up hunting down everything with a pair of horns.

    If it were up to me, the only hunters around would be the sponsored groups. They don't go rogue, and they don't mistake innocent families for cabals of cannibalistic warlocks
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:19 No.12980715

    Uh... no, the one I was talking with said she went for menstrual blood and childbirth blood. Bit of an, um, specialised diet.

    But really, aside from that she was very sweet.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:19 No.12980720
    Hah, it's you! Still getting my (the quarter-undine) plane tickets and all together. Though luckily apparently I can have the other stuff I need delivered to pick up when I arrive.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:20 No.12980726

    Thinking of a different kind, then. Had someone salted her body or something?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:21 No.12980734
    Hey, guys, I was wondering about what to do with tsukumogami? I mean, I know the whole electricity thing, but I don't really feel right, uh, killing it, if that's the right word. It's doesn't have a human form or anything.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:22 No.12980740
    Well, I'm freelance because if SRA gives me a job I don't agree with ethically, Like dusting a little old lady vampire who is trading cookies to kids for a little blood to get by. Plus it means I can take more charitable jobs If I so choose.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:22 No.12980743

    I, um, can't really remember. It was quite a while back, though she looked normal enough from the neck up. From what I understood, she had the rest of her body around somewhere, but I didn't ask- it... didn't seem polite to.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:25 No.12980766
    Hey, there's not a damn chance of the side-effects. They proved that with that little controlled study done by UW-Seattle's Lore Studies group. Large enough random population exposed to direct versions which exerted effects, master recordings of the same song which exerted a minor effect, and a 2nd generation copy, which did nothing.

    Yes, there is the risk that a master slips out somehow (though with the security the recording industry has now, I'm not even sure how that'd be possible) and some idiot decides to, I don't know, take a swim or go line dancing or something. It's still mass fear and paranoia that drove that law through, even though it is completely contrary to all evidence.

    Besides, what's not to trust about us? I guarantee I'm probably the last living being who can play Geirr Tveitt's lost compositions, and that's a lost national treasure right there. We've got a wealth of knowledge that some of us might use to integrate a little better, and you deny us that.

    What the hell am I supposed to do to integrate? It's my one skill. Can't sell lessons (falls under supernatural pacts, requires licensing I can't afford, not to mention my remote location), can't work a day job due to some physical ties and a lack of a 'modern education', and now I can't even give back culture. Real great idea, humans; tell us to integrate, then take away anything we could use to do it.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:26 No.12980769

    Haha, um. Ah, I remember the old days when people were pretty worked up about vampires- I mean, more worked up than normal. The younger ones were saying things like how they couldn't be faulted for wanting blood, which was fine, but then they tacked on 'murderous rampages for blood' as something else they couldn't be faulted for, and... well, lots of you hunters couldn't be having with that, could you?

    Understandable, though. That sort of thing- it just gives supernaturals a bad name, and it's pointless. Feeding is one thing, playing with your food... is quite another.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:28 No.12980786

    Um, wait just a moment, did you say Geirr Tveitt? You're... serious? That's incredible, if it's true. Is there some way I can contact you? In person?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:31 No.12980805
    Well, I'm trying to get over there for my own reasons (tone-deaf quarter-undine is a ridiculous state of affairs and needs fixing)... You could come too.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:32 No.12980812
    I haven't done much work in Asia, I did have one job in Hong Kong once though. It's a fun place if you haven't been. They are really lax on the rules so supernat's and humans mingle freely in the city. Anyway, This CEO hires me to get his daughter back, turns out he made a pact with a demon to get Rich really fast. The demon decides that payment will be His first born daughter, which wasn't the original deal(never did catch what it was supposed to be). I end up dredging though the canals and find them in this little shack. I ended up having to bind the demon to a dime I had on hand and threw it in the canals. Made a bit of cash off that, because he was afraid other hunters would have offed him too for dealing with a demon.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:34 No.12980826
    You signed up with the SRA?

    Apply for a Cultural Preservation loan. They'll rush through all required licensing and permits, set you up with a sound studio (the is technically against distribution - you can make recordings with the right license, but you can't sell or distribute them until they've been vetted by the same testing and channels as any other pharmaceutical) and a study to teach in.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:34 No.12980828
    No, man, it's a full on dragon. She's in custody right now. Blood samples, tracking chip the whole shebang! Crazy thing is, she's carrying a clutch of eggs she hasn't laid yet! There's talk of mandatory parenting lessons. They thinks she's a danger to her kids. Those eggs should have been laid last week, not to mention rampaging into a heavily secured zone. She's just asking for dragon omellettes!

    I'm here on site. Being part of the Press is awesome! I'm just a camera guy, but still!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:34 No.12980829

    Wait, why can't you teach lessons? Does it even count as a pact if they don't give you blood or whatever? And what about making bows out of their tail hairs?

    (I didn't know about the study, though -- but I'd make a third degree, just to make sure)
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:34 No.12980833

    Wow... it's been a while since I've actually travelled or worked together with other supernaturals, but for a chance to listen to some of those songs, I'd be happy to go along. I've, um, got a few skills which will probably come in handy, but it'll probably be better if it doesn't come to that.

    That undine girl, though- she's registered, isn't she? If I'm not mistaken.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:37 No.12980857
    I'm still iffy on registering, given my bloodline imbued me with precisely zero outside human norms.

    I look human, I sound human, I grew up thinking I was entirely human...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:38 No.12980862
    Indeed. It's mostly skeletal structures for some of his work, as I don't play anything but my bowed instruments, but I've a good memory. If not scores, then at least a greater picture than from before he died. I spend a good amount of time in Hardanger, and he was a wanderer. Ever wonder where some of the more marked changes in his work came from? A consequence of his walks in the wood, along with some good influences.

    I don't know written music, however. Never understood it. I don't see why you need to take something as complex and varied as a man's voice and crudely nail it to paper. It fails to take into account the subtleties of the player's hand and the little flourishes that change from valley to valley. It kills the song and displays the corpse, if you ask me.

    It really was a shame, that fire.

    Hmm, good to hear you're still interested in improving yourself. Like I said, my previous restrictions apply, but so long as I'm not charging and don't trick you out of your soul or anything, you should be fine.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:38 No.12980863
    I don't know if anyone remembers me. I'm the guy that was asking for relationship advice to help with some issues with my pixie girlfriend. Just wanted to say she's graduated with her Law degree. She's going to sign up with SRA. She says she believes in their purpose but wants to make sure they stay fair to everyone. On a more personal note we're getting married on the next Equinox!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:39 No.12980868

    Wizfag here, if the pay's good and you swore some oaths I definately couldn't summon and bind his ghost for you.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:39 No.12980872
    Oh, nice. Her brothers no longer after you, then?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:40 No.12980873

    Uh, no, I haven't been there yet. I was in China when I was younger, but mostly the northern territories. There was- shortly around the start of the last century, a bit of an incident with their sorts of zombies. The rigid sort, I think you'd be more familiar with them than I. But that businessman... well, I'm surprised. You went far easier on him and the demon than I'd expect from most hunters. Was it the money, or something else?


    I, uh... I doubt it, sorry. I really do. Not just because of Gabe, but- you know about supernaturals who can affect the mind? Illusions and the like? It wouldn't be the first time the SRA's done something like that.

    But what proof do I have? Let it be a dragon, if you want to. In the end, it doesn't change much. Someone went and took on something he or she couldn't handle, and paid for it. Poor fool.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:42 No.12980894
    Traditionally, the pact demands three drops of blood. Usually from a lamb or whatever meal I'm getting, but the lunatics at the licensing board assume I'll use it to somehow claim a soul. Apparently, any use of blood at all in any sort of ritual labels it as "blood magic", and I doubt there's enough of a lobbying group to apply.

    Licenses and permits aren't really the issue; they've just declared a blanket ban, barring specific studies into mind-altering substances performed by a university. And seeing as I'm neither accredited nor Timothy Leary, it's unlikely they'll be able to rush things. Especially with the way the Ultra-Nationalists have been tainting things for the supernaturals here in Scandinavia; we don't give a damn what color you humans are, just respect our ways and we'll leave you alone.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:42 No.12980895

    Thank you, but I, um, don't do oaths. Learned my lesson from that a long time ago, and even if you did mean well it's still a little more trouble than I'm willing to take on. And besides, if you did summon him, it'd just mean another one for the SRA to look for...

    I- have to admit, the main problem is probably that I'm not really the richest of people around. So I'm afraid that even were I willing to do as you say, I'd not have enough to compensate you for such a deed.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:43 No.12980897
    >Someone went and took on something he or she couldn't handle, and paid for it.
    Dude, why are you acting like she's dead? She's fine. She's been sedated and they surgically removed her eggs and put them into incubation. Their biggest worry is her dangerous behavior regarding her unhatched children.

    As for evidence, I filmed the last 7 minutes of the thing. Live. National television. I'm gonna be famous! There hasn't been a filmed dragon fight since the 80s!
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:43 No.12980899
    Actually, there is something I've been meaning to ask, I've got a Medallion, I picked up from a Leprechaun. SRA hired me to take out an Anti-Human group, turns out it was being funded with with His stolen gold, We had similar objectives so we worked together. When it was over, he gave me the medallion, saying it was a good luck charm to keep me safe. Any idea if it actually does anything?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:43 No.12980902

    That's good to hear, actually. I, um, wish her the best of luck, if that's what she wishes to do. There are supernaturals out there who do want to live amidst humans and require protection... if it works out for her, then that would be wonderful.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:46 No.12980921
    Like I said, I'm just trying to make the world a better place for everyone. It was pretty obvious he learned his lesson. He took enough of his money to hide somewhere, and donated the rest to an orphanage in the slums.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:46 No.12980924
    Sorry to here that, then. I know that you'd be able to get yourself in over here, but if the government's bringing pressure to bear, then there's not a lot the SRA can do.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:46 No.12980927

    Depends on the design, and the Leprechaun. I've heard tales of how some of their gifts work until a certain point, and then vanish when they're most needed, but as I said, those were, uh, tales. I haven't had much dealings with their folk, so I'm afraid I couldn't help you there- there is a possibility, though, that it could lead to trouble. Then again, given your line of work, something of that sort would not be new.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:48 No.12980940
    Faefag here.
    Luck is a funny thing, and generally comes with a price. The 'easiest' price attatched is an equal portion of bad luck, and it's sortof like an elastic band situation, where you can take little bits in one direction, but eventually it snaps back all at once.
    Ditch it, or keep it locked away somewhere.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:49 No.12980943
    She read them the riot act. Apparently they thought I had used some kind of charm on her! Can you believe it? They thought I was using "invasive" magic on her to make her want to start a life in the "human world" (their words). We didn't even meet until she was halfway through school!

    It's great. She's already got an entry level position! Doesn't make much, yet. But I'm sure I can support us for a while with my savings.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:49 No.12980945
    Ironically, if I register for my undine blood the SRA will in effect be saying I technically don't even have a soul yet, not being married. Can't steal what isn't there!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:49 No.12980949

    Wikipedia says some nokk take snoos or brannven, but I guess that's no good if you don't use/drink. Is taking money a no-no, even for basic stuff?


    They took her eggs out? What the shit are they gonna do with them.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:51 No.12980958

    Just a moment, though- I, um, if I recall correctly, there is also the option to pass it on to someone who seems more in need than you are. It's not one commonly spoken of, though, and apparently the gift has to be in good faith. That's assuming the charm is actually made with ill will, though.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:51 No.12980964

    Ah s'cool, I understand, once burned. I just don't want to be summoning up someone's gran or something and then get arrested for some for illegal use of necromancy.

    Yeah I know monies tight for everyone, you know how much it sucks not having enough money to fix my PC when I can literally craft money from the ether? I'd fix it myself but Technomancy is one of the harder disciplines.

    Sure, I could go on an SRA run course, but like hell I'm registering with them.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:52 No.12980965

    If there really was a dragon and all that is true? Ah... chances are simply raise them or place them in foster care. They'll be registered as soon as they're born, of course. Perhaps even before.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:52 No.12980972
    They're incubating them. They should have been laid weeks ago. I gotta go, I'm supposed to be filming this shit, man. I'll try to respond when I can.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:53 No.12980975
    He's already said he's not really a snoos fan, I think. But not to worry. I can put you in touch with the same people I'm using to get my stuff delivered over there. Should make it easier for you.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)10:53 No.12980980
    Kind of funny, my biggest bit of trouble had nothing to do with work. I met a seemingly nice Fae girl, we ended up dating. Things ended up going south, and I tried to end it. She didn't want it to though. So she cursed me two fold. Now I'm a class 3 immortal in that I can regenerate fully from any wound, including full disintegration, am ageless, and can still fully experience pain, and she removed my ability to fall in love with anyone except herself.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:54 No.12980981

    Twice shy, yes. That... didn't go down well at all, and it took me the better part of a decade to work it off.

    If you're not registered, though, doesn't that mean that all magic you practice is technically illegal? Most of the wizards I've met are keen to register if only to potentially have access to the SRA's archives and confiscated documents. I understand they, um, have a considerable amount of... goods.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:56 No.12980994
    It's complicated, but in theory yes, giving it in good faith lets you get yourself away from it without repercussions.
    Typically though, the person you're giving it to doesn't really have to be in more need though, it's anyone.
    Obviously, there are exceptions to everything, but your best option is to always steer clear of leprechauns and everything they bring with them.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:56 No.12981001
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    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:57 No.12981005

    Ah, I-

    Wait a minute, you're that hunter? I- oh, shit, aha. Um. No wonder I kept thinking you sounded familiar. Sorry, sorry.

    I think we've run into each other before. Don't know if you'd remember me, but that one time in the mountains some years back? Forgive me if I don't give too much details, but I did not expect to be encountering you, of all people, here. I'll repeat myself, though, you were certainly capable in a fight.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)10:58 No.12981009
    Nothing quite like a vengeful ex.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:00 No.12981023
    Hey guys since this seems to be the SRA thread I gotta ask.

    I'm a cyborg from an alternate future. Do I need to register?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:00 No.12981025

    I see. Thank you for that correction, I'll keep it in mind.

    It's always good to know the nature of those you're dealing with, human or supernatural.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:01 No.12981028

    All the magic I don't practice you mean. Well yeah, but when I'm doing a little hedge magic for myself or friends, I can keep my head down and not draw attention. Start doing big spells without the right protection up and I'll have the SRA battering down the door.

    And I don't care how good the SRA's resources are, I know some guys who know some guys who can get you the goods who don't need you to give them an arcane link. And the last thing I want is to end up dead with Exodus 22:18 spray painted across the wall becuase some extremist group got a copy of SRAs records.

    And if they ever do catch me I'll go for the "I only just got initiated" defense.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:04 No.12981040
    Maybe, I don't like going into the mountains too much, because A lot of supernat's who just want to disappear and not bother anyone choose the mountains. But sometimes it's unavoidable.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:07 No.12981062
    Visit one of our offices, and let them know what's going on with you. They'll probably just run you past a low level psi or hedge wizard to see if there's any magical components to your design (even if you think you're 100% tech, no accounting for temporal anomalies). Most likely, they'll give you a clean bill of health, and point you in the direction of some legal counsel that can help you out.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:09 No.12981072
    Selkie here, and this registration thing confyses me. I don't do the therianthrope thing with how I change but I only have two forms so their def of shape-shifter confuses me. Help?
    It's kind of tough remembering how to use a computer when I'm a seal 90% of the time.
    Should I register? Or just camp out in some wildlife reserve seal colony and take my chances?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:09 No.12981078

    Magic doesn't exist where I'm from. All my parts were manufactured or built there. Ergo there can be no magical components to my construction.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:12 No.12981105
    That defense doesn't work anymore. They can measure the amount of energies on you and determine how long you've been practicing.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:13 No.12981116

    And time-travel is a lot harder than just making a suitably robotic golem, using some simple memory alteration spells and leaving him out on the street.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:13 No.12981118
    Unless physical laws run differently, materials were replaced to make the universal gradient run smoothly, magic is an unrecognized but wielded resource, the entire system was replaced by your trip in the time-stream, etc.

    Trust me, you want to get a going over. Legally, we can only help out supernaturals, so if you can qualify in any way, it's better. If you don't, we still have experience with this kind of thing, and can point you in the right direction.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:15 No.12981126

    Can't you just claim you've been hanging around areas of high magical contamination, so their readings are unreliable?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:16 No.12981136

    Well it's not like I haven't been doing self maintenance all this time. Just not a fan of government and offices and registration. Last time I had some government goons telling me to register they were planning on killing me for "genetic non-compliance"
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:18 No.12981146
    "Magical conamination" doesn't work that way.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:19 No.12981157
    My advice, Do a few jobs suited to your unique talents, make some money, head out to Hong Kong, and use your knowledge to start up a technology business.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:20 No.12981161

    China? You must be fucking kidding. I may speak Mandarin but the last thing I want to do is surround myself with Chinks
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:21 No.12981165
    Are you actually encouraging someone to tamper with the time stream?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:22 No.12981170

    My timeline won't exist anyways. Most of the technology present in me or my equipment either won't be invented or won't be invented for centuries by the looks of it.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:22 No.12981172
    I'm just lucky some people's beachside villas have internet. I don't like havng to walk inland for this sort of thing. Especially because I don't exactly have anything more to wear than my sealskin, and people tend to stare...
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:23 No.12981176
    It's basically the only civilized place with out SRA presence. So if the idea bugs you that much, it's your only option.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:26 No.12981189
    I wouldn't call it that...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:26 No.12981190

    I use to think Magical Contamination didn't work alot of ways, now I have a HD full of .pdfs I can't have connected to my PC while it's connected to the net.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:26 No.12981191
    Technically his time line stopped existing as soon as he appeared in ours. It's already been contaminated. I know it pisses off those old guys in their magic sky castle, but all they do is whine anyway.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:27 No.12981199

    Uh no my timeline diverged from yours around the 1950s. Mostly technologically but also socially in some parts of the world.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:29 No.12981208

    That's true, isn't it? But a job's a job, and it really can't be helped. I think there was another hunter on earlier who mentioned heading to the mountains for a while. Places like that... there are plenty of my kind who'd consider them prime hunting ground, too. I didn't really expect you to remember me, though. It, um, wasn't as if we had much time to chat, and shapeshifter that I am, I doubt you'd recognise me now, ahaha.


    No, um, I don't think you'd count as their particular classification of shapeshifter. I suppose at this juncture, what you'd do is to contact them with your information and ask for further instructions. You're a little young though, aren't you? What does your family think? You, ah, really should talk with them.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:30 No.12981213
    Hmm, I should ask whilst I have the chance then. You wouldn't happen to have replacement parts for the SKF-11B Laser Penetration Rifle, would you? My induction coil is burned out, and some spare maintenance parts couldn't hurt either. I can't get them in this world.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:32 No.12981224

    Sorry no such rifle I know of.
    I'm fairly familiar with most US and Glaston Glock energy weapons though so I could probly jury rig something.
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:35 No.12981250
    I've had a couple of jobs where some fancy pants wizard thinks he's smart by shunting me off to a world with no magic. It's not hard to get back if you know what you are doing. It's usually a good chance to pick up fun new toys though.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:36 No.12981254
    Not quite that young. Just unused to the technology. Besides, most of my visits to land are on behalf of my family; one of my sisters had her skin taken. We want her back.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:36 No.12981256
    Hey, did anyone catch the tail end of yesterday's Mystic Homes and Gardens? I think the Den they showcased belonged to the SRA bomber! Thing is, she wasn't acting like some kind of anti-SRA radical then. Anyone know what could change a dragon so much in the couple of months since they filmed that one?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:38 No.12981266

    Wha- her skin taken for what purpose? There are only a few types of supernaturals I know that would go for that sort of thing, and most of them aren't active...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:38 No.12981267

    I honestly doubt you'd survive long enough to get back in my world.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:40 No.12981282
    Her sealskin. Thus, she's stuck in human form with the man who took it.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:41 No.12981291
    She said selkie, right? Generally to keep them from turning into seals, and blackmail them into marriage.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:42 No.12981297

    Ah, right, sorry- I was confused for a moment.

    If you've got any details on this person, I could, um, probably help track him down, if you like.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:43 No.12981303

    Don't suppose you know the true-name of the person who took it?
    >> Freelance Hunter 11/30/10(Tue)11:43 No.12981304
    Where was she last seen?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:44 No.12981308
    Wife binding.

    Y'see, so many supernaturals have such an allure for humans. The men, especially; when there's some easy condition to fulfill that nets you a hot, compliant bride, you'll always get a ton of skeezy bastards aiming for it. So, selkie skins are in high demand among a certain set of individuals who want some hot supernatural tail and don't want to work for it.

    Speaking as a fossegrim who's had to watch far too many of his cousins go off seeking to marry humans, I can't say I get the allure of the idea. Then again, those huldre have always been a bit odd; they're just obsessed with getting souls, and never even bother to think what it'll do to them.

    I'm all for having fun with your women, but I know I'm not going to breed true that way, and it's always been implicit that it's a one-time thing, barring any exceptional individuals. Then again, the story I have regarding that and my current distrust of some parts of the SRA and the government that owns my lands is entirely too long to get into.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:45 No.12981313
    What little she's managed to send messages back of is that his name's Joseph and he owns an air-travel company. Blond, brown eyes, tall; that much I remember from when he took her.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:49 No.12981333
    Exactly. I'm not actually averse to a little beach time with a human, but there's a big difference between that and kidnapping.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:51 No.12981348
    Guys I just heard that a guy with a fishhead went nuts because the SRA was alledgedly harassing him, and is currently gunning down cops with a machinegun in downtown Seattle. I don't know where he's supposedly gotten the machinegun, but if this is true then shit just got real. World War 3, anyone?

    I don't have a TV at ready right now, can someone turn the channel on CNN or something and confirm?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:52 No.12981358
    It's a hoax.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:54 No.12981375
    Assuming real, don't expect a WW3 setup. The guy's a fish-head, not a major demographic, and certainly not a popular one. He's a crazy, they'll take care of him and leave it at that. Though the SRA database is gonna be a little wonky again.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:57 No.12981393
    Scotland, but her latest message places her somewhere in California. The bastard moves around a lot.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:57 No.12981395
    You know I just realised something.

    I might be in trouble. In around twenty years my power supply's fuel rod will have decayed to the point of uselessness. Whats a guy got to do to get some radioactive isotopes around here?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)11:57 No.12981397
    Wel that's good then, WW3 is averted for now. But I've said this before and I'll say it again, it's only a matter of time before the shit hits the fan. All it takes is some stronger supernatural getting pushed around too hard.

    Nowdays you can't trust anything because of all the propaganda from both pro-SRA and anti-SRA supporters. Who knows what's covered up in the news by the government, and inversely what of the crazy tales on internet are fabricated.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:02 No.12981433

    How long would it take you to get down to West Wales? A drop of your blood and a lock of your hair and I could quickly knock you up a charm that points to where she is and where her skin is.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:06 No.12981460
    About a day. And yeah, I'm game. Worth it to get her loose of him, risk or no. Besides, I'm not such an enticing prospect to steal, so I can afford to risk turning up here and there.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:06 No.12981461
    Is this being archived yet?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:06 No.12981463
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    >Speaking as one of the sluttiest fiddle players in existence
    Opinion: disregarded.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:10 No.12981489
    Aw, leave his people's rumoured tendency to sit naked in streams out of...

    Where was I? Sorry, distracting mental images.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:12 No.12981497
    Hey, at least I make no claims about marriage.

    Besides, so what if human women find some of us natural spirits irresistible? What would you have me do, stick to sleeping with other supernaturals? Do you even know what shows up in these woods?

    I'm lucky if anything more than a few women pass by a year. Honestly, I miss the older reindeer drive routes, before you came up with 'protected supernatural lands' bullshit. Those Sámi women were just wonderful, and always willing to drop by.

    I've got the archetype, son. Musician? Check. Nordic? Check. Sleep with the human women who pass by? Check.

    Really, though, what I wouldn't give for some proper fae. It's a damn shame there's not a lot of other water spirits who pass up this way. I know some of the Irish spirits have a bit of fire, and I've got some fond memories of an Irishwoman who ended up getting lost in the woods near my home.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:14 No.12981515
    Oh, and for the record?

    Paganini has most definitely beaten my record. Anyone ever figure out if he was telling the truth about his supposed mystic heritage? All I know is, he stopped up once to learn what was so special about our way of playing, and I ended up cadging a few tips out of the bastard. Of course, I was still pretty young back then.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:14 No.12981525
    I've probably got it easier than you; I'm allowed to just stash my skin and go looking. Even leaving aside that 'seven tears at high tide' business.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:18 No.12981553
    >Do you even know what shows up in these woods?
    You've got trolls, don't you? Granted, most of them look awful, but there are some absolutely stunning ones. Tend to be among the nobility, though, and I guess they're not exactly easy to get a hold of without being lured into marriage and whatnot.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:22 No.12981585

    I know the goegraphy of both Mumbles Beach and Saint David's well enough to teleport to either of those, so if you want to meet and one of those at say, midight tomorrow.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:25 No.12981611
    Saint David's. Deal. I swear, this guy's going to pay for this.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:39 No.12981735
    I would stop this course, were I you. If your sister is registered you need to contact the SRA. If neither she nor you are registered any hostile act you make is effectively forfeitting everything. You will be captured and held indefinately.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:39 No.12981738
    I'd hate to interrupt your debate on all living being's favourite past-time, but here's a story I heard from a friend a couple of days back.

    So apparently, my friend's cousin knows a dark lord, let's name the lord Dave here. So, Dave had told the cousin what happened one day. He had been making slews of different magic rings because he was bored, and he was wondering what to do with them. Hell, Dave didn't even remember what all the rings did anymore.
    So, one day he was sitting on his porch in full platemail, and his hick neighbour came to talk to his "favourite dark-in-a-good-way lord", asking if he could bestow him some power because the neighbour had always wanted to be a circus artist, you see. Dave being in a helpful mood, handed him a whole fucking pail of power rings, and gave the typical instructions on how to use them safely (wear only one per hand, all that stuff), and also said that he forgot what they did and while most couldn't cause any direct harm, the neighbour would still be safer testing the rings out on an open field with no other people around. Now, you can probably guess that dark lords don't always make perfectly smart decicions.
    And five minutes later there was a huge magic-malfunction explosion. IN THE NEIGHBOUR'S BACKYARD

    How fucked is Dave? The neigbour obviously was a complete idiot that shouldn't even be trusted with a BB gun, let alone dozens of magic rings, but Dave should've known better, too.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:39 No.12981740
    If you're waiting for the shit to hit the fan with the SRA, I'm afraid you have to wait for 2043.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:41 No.12981757
    I've seen internal SRA documents. If you register, you're as good as dead.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:43 No.12981772
    I wouldn't worry if I were you, the SRA spends all its time and money on publicity campaigns (like the 'dragon attack' mentioned earlier) rather than actually tracking down supernaturals. The only ones who get taken are the ones stupid enough to buy their bullshit and sign up...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:45 No.12981793
    Sure, bullshit you have. Let me guess, leprechauns did 9/11 too.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:48 No.12981813
    Remember the black dragon incident in Slovakia, man. The Doomsday Clock wasn't very far from midnight when that happened.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:48 No.12981815
    But they REALLY did 9/11.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:49 No.12981823
    None of what was said in this post is correct.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:51 No.12981836
    Aaaand now you've lost all credibility.

    I swear it's impossible to have a decent conversation here about this shit. Conspiracy theorist on both sides shoving their shit everywhere.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:53 No.12981851
    Ohhh, I'm not going to be violent. I'm going to be... human about this. Ruin his life your human way. With rumours and anything from his past that can be dug up.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:55 No.12981865
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    It's not so bad, really. The government wants to kill us all claims are exclamatory propaganda, there's a lot for society to gain from integration and in spite of a few vocal fools, it's what the mjaority wants.

    I mean, shit man, Uncle Sam loves him some werewolves. You have to love a soldier who can fire 7.62x54mm like it was a .22LR, carry twice the ammunition and gear of a normal soldier, walk off gunshot wounds (well, the ones that don't kill nigh-instantly anyways) and smell an IED.

    There's way too much to be gained from the supernatural community for them to wipe everyone out. Lycanthropic regeneration and vampiric postmortem existance has got the medical communities in a frenzy on how to derive benefits for the common man from that kind of innate property and so on.

    That said, SRA needs some seriously better security. This has to be handled more securely than medical files and shit, man.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)12:55 No.12981873
    Besides, if I were human, I'd be applauded for doing what a brother should.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:19 No.12982097
    Best get swimming. Bit of a trip ahead. Getting my sister out of all this safely will be a good start. If he's not hurt her then I can do without big vengeance crap.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:24 No.12982164
    the silver bullet thing really knocks out a werewolf's superiority in warfare. It's a problem for little villages in romania to kill werewolves because they're little villages and can't get silver shit. But for a real military it wouldn't take long to put bits of silver in their bullets and pwn your werewolves
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:26 No.12982194
    Even still, they're no more vulnerable to that silver bullet than a regular soldier is to a normal bullet, plus they've got the enhanced strength and all that jazz.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:30 No.12982230

    And the Wizard just teleport there. Life is good.

    Well it would be if I could make rent or if I expected a Selkie to have any way to pay me. Or if it isn't a SRA trap.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:31 No.12982244
    that'd actually help out a werewolf, since silver is soft as shit and will splatter on his bodyarmor nicely.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:31 No.12982246
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    You Yanks don't know how good you've got it with the SRA
    And that goes for both sides.
    For every country with no registration act there's another half dozen where being human means being nothing more than cattle.
    My UN Inspection team walked into Vladistan before we invaded and seeing the breeding camps made me want to murder every single supernatural I met. I couldn't even be in the same room as my boss for a month simple because I was so close to hexing him on the spot when I found out what it had cost to get us in.
    We're porting into the NK in 2011 to confirm some more rumors we've seen of enforced Lycanthropy. Protip people: If you can't feed a human you won't be able to feed a pack of obligate carnivores.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:32 No.12982256
    Seriously now I'm a little worried. Nuclear material is very hard to get a hold of here. Hell you don't even know how to make half the isotopes my world knows of. How am I supposed to refuel my power supply when it wears out?

    Could the SRA maybe get me back to my world?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:38 No.12982312
    Who uses solid silver any more?
    Currently we issue a semi jacketed silver penetrator for use in armour.
    Sintered silver Cyanide for Law enforcement use
    and suspended particle holy naplam for when shit hits the fam
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:42 No.12982351
    Hah! Yank propaganda, I say. There's no such separate country as Vladistan, I bet you invaded just because they had oil or magic item deposits.

    Not like that could possibly happen, right? There are other supernaturals apart from Vampires, too, you know. And not all eat humans or want to be bossed around. A "Vladistan" would more likely be a smoking crater rather than a human farm, after all the different factions of supernaturals and humans were done fighting over it.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:54 No.12982455
    And thats exactly what people said In 1880 in the Transvaal.
    1897 about Transylvania,
    1914 about Gods damned France
    1945 about Germany
    1975 about Haiti
    All fully documented and independantly verified
    Its still a death sentance for anything with red blood to set foot in Vietnam.
    Yugoslavia was the only Vampiric Majority state to be classed as "safe" and we all know what happened there after Tito was turned in 1980
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)13:56 No.12982474
    Still stronger then a regular human and no more vulnerable to silver then a human is to a regular bullet anyway. Besides, silver bullets cost way way more then a normal bullet
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:02 No.12982536
    I've always found that most Wolves sign up as medics!
    Not everyone is the ALPHA dog, along with the whole pack mentality give them an ideal mindset for it and watching those guys work on a casualty is something to appreciate in the field.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:07 No.12982581
    mfw when betas aren't the alphas
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:09 No.12982593

    uncontrollable werewolf rage as caused by internet forums is a noted problem.
    >> Agent 0 11/30/10(Tue)14:14 No.12982640
    This website is being monitored for dangerous supernatural activity and sedition.
    Agree to meet any individual in this communique in person only with extreme caution.
    Report any suspicious activity to your local SRA Agent.
    The government does not authorize agency action via these channels; any SRA agents found to be operating outside parameters will be disciplined.
    Seek confirmation from your local SRA office if anyone claiming to be an SRA Operative contacts you.

    Ensuring Equality In Spite of Differences
    SRA Agent 0
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:14 No.12982641
    /tg/, you guys are brilliant-slash-nuts.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:16 No.12982660
    You guys still haven't discovered fusion. I am disappoint.

    Although it means the battery on my shoulder is worth a fortune...
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:16 No.12982661
    Isn't that a form of torture?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:18 No.12982682
    Uh huh. Take it to /x/, I'm sure they'll love your MIB act.

    Like SRA gives a shit about what we say on 4chan. Only time government looks our way is when /b/ starts spamming porn of child vamps. And that gets them v&, not hunted by a paramilitary regulatory organization.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:21 No.12982707
    Careful, temporal induced instability in such equipment can cause serious malfunctions. Honestly I'd try and convert to more timeline appropriate technologies as soon as possible. the less impossible shit you've got, the less like you are to undergo temporal collapse.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:23 No.12982718

    My timeline won't exist anyways. So fuck it. Figure out a new power supply for my arm and then sell the microfusion battery to some company.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:26 No.12982750
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    Brains brains brains brains brains brains, SRA brains brains brains brains brains!
    >> House Specter 11/30/10(Tue)14:31 No.12982790
    Oh, gosh. More talks of rebellion! Did you guys not see my Thanksgiving story? The SRA does good work! They protected me from an exorcism!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:39 No.12982852
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    Hey thats no MF battery its just an advanced LI-ion cell that charges a Vanderbilt Hydrogen peroxide sparker.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:42 No.12982876

    No it isn't. My right arm is a General Atomics type PO9. It uses a microfusion battery to power it's motors.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:42 No.12982878
    That's the spirit. I'm actually a timeline transplant myself, though nothing so drastic as yours (especially since I wasn't enhanced). You kinda give up on it after a while - especially if you're from a near difference timeline. Just sit back and let it take its course, you know?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)14:44 No.12982891

    Hard to say enhanced except with the eyes. This arm was jury rigged along with most of my bionics.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:05 No.12983092
    Sentient biological construct from previous thread here. I've looked into moving to America to get away from the deep rooted superstition in my homeland. How do I get a passport if I'm not technically human (what's on the inside that counts my ass-bolts). I've heard something about being considered property but my "father" sees me as a mistake and wants nothing to do with me. Could I just ship myself?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:09 No.12983143
    My family's been avoiding SRA for years. It's not easy. We have a hard time breathing this dimension's non-ionized air molecules, so we have to black-market our respirators through "gate" smugglers. I know that if we registered with SRA, we'd get cheap, manufactured respirators that would keep us functional but weak enough to note be a "potential problem". We only ever had a problem back in the day, when our old model resps broke and your dimension wasn't up to our tech standards. Our cover gets blown because our lack of concentration makes us drop our disguise and then some frightened idiot villagers chase us around. Spring-heel Jack, indeed. That was my grandfather suffocating, you assholes.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:18 No.12983266
    I wouldn't do that. are you based in Europe?
    Go to your nearest ESU member state and claim refugee status.
    If you are a construct its easier as you are automatically granted an ESU ID card allowing free passage through borders and to apply for jobs. You just have to send your current location to the correct national department if you change country location.
    If you are still intent on going to America you are in a much better position to immigrate legally.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:23 No.12983333
    of course you get the cheap stuff. They don't have the budget for imported models.
    Once you are registered you can go into any assisted living store and buy whatever model you want.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:24 No.12983347
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    Silver is expensive, hard to cast and it makes for shit bullets. It's harder than lead but softer than steel - which means it sucks shit at piercing armor but doesn't deform properly in flesh and usually punches right through.

    Which means it's about as deadly as a werewolf as normal FMJ is to a human, and it makes for logistic issues - do you issue your soldier a lot of expensive silver ammunition that's shit against anything that isn't a wolf or do you issue him less of each kind?

    Uncle Sam's under no delusion that werewolf (and other paranormal types) troopers are anywhere near invincible, but they make damn good heavy infantry - the Marines these days are really starting to embody that 'Devil Dogs' moniker of theirs, heheh.


    The heightened strength is good for pulling guys behind cover, too.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:26 No.12983367
    Technocrat detected, purging.
    >> Comrade Golem !x/rEAGmjT6 11/30/10(Tue)15:29 No.12983398

    I see things are as normal.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:30 No.12983410

    Sure... now pull the other tentacle.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)15:58 No.12983686
    Fine don't do it, enjoy spending your last few dollars on some Hydrogen snorters home made charger and realising to late that they used a cadium catalyst to reduce the costs. Smugglers don't do refunds or pay for medical suits
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)16:04 No.12983743
    Comrade Golem! The calming voice in a sea of anger.
    How goes your daily labor?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)16:08 No.12983797
    I appreciate that. I want to keep it legal but I was worried I'd end up stuck in unclaimed luggage if I showed up at an airport. I heard some good things previously about the southern US from some man with an odd accent. He mentioned there was plenty of nice open places for bike rides and people were generally quite accepting if you could pull your weight. Since I'm built like Arnold that shouldn't be an issue.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)16:32 No.12984017
    whats the scandinavian situation?

    historically trolls have always been understood as peaceful creatures of the forest - while fair folk and elves were considered evil aluring spirits, such as Huldra, that bring men to their doom
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)16:44 No.12984116
    Well, they are generally pacifistic, but when they get violent they get dramatically violent. Instinct kicks in, and they start eating people and whatnot. Of course, trolls that kill dudes get more attention than those who don't, so there's a lot of "racism" going around.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)17:59 No.12984732
    Shit is still pretty bad for trolls.
    There was one, ONE, crazy troll a few hundred years ago. Claimed that he could "smell the blood of Christen folk" and that Christians should be killed. He wiped out a few villages too.
    People are still giving us shit over that.

    Seriously, one clearly psychopathic troll was all it took to start a stereotype.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)20:13 No.12985757
    Have found new spot to access internet while taking a rest. I may not exactly be able to carry a wallet, but I can tip you off to a spot with a sunken stash of money that seems to be as yet unclaimed. Besides, you'll never need fear yourself or your family drowning at sea.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)20:49 No.12986089
    So, what's the verdict on "lake monsters?"

    I live a few miles from a huge volcanic lake, and I'm curious.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)21:10 No.12986278
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    AY! wats this gooing on here! Is fishin in ma dock an som hoomins com wit a net say ay needsta "rejestur" fer ma "papers" or somin! or thay take me!

    Than ay seys ta get off from ma dock an get yor own dam fishin plase befour ay chew ya throte out! Ay ment it too. THEN THA GODDAMM HOOMIN WITH THA NET HIT MEE WITH IT! EY SCREEMIN BOUT SOM "KITE HOOMINITY" SHIT AN I CHEW THROO!

    Ay got un of em in da water an make im bleed but more of em start yellin so ay swim away. go home.

    If thees guys goin ta yer fishin plase BEWARE THE NETS MENACE!!


    ah an thos damn shiney hookey things too. ay don like them ether.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)22:31 No.12986945
    Look at it like this- if you were registered you could send your spawn to a public school and they might actually learn to speak fucking english
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)23:28 No.12987509
    i lol'd
    >> Try to troll me now, bitches! 11/30/10(Tue)23:31 No.12987557

    The poor bastard probably couldn't register. With all the prejudice that simple humans experience just for having an accent or a different color of skin, can you really expect a supernatural to be able to deal with the thin-skinned assholes down at the SRA? They'd love to see him walk in, just so they can flex their little tiny bureaucratic muscles in their oh-so-safe offices.

    Fuck off and stop demanding that he fit into your standards, pink-skin!
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)23:37 No.12987606
    OP, where the fuck did you find that ad?
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)23:48 No.12987682
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    I don't know why I'm being told to register, my grandfather registered the family as citizens when we came from the Old Country!
    This is some bullshit
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)23:51 No.12987702
    Maybe if your grandfather would human things would be different, Acid-Squirter Nohbdy.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)23:52 No.12987717
    I don't see anything wrong with pornography containing vampires that look like children. Sure, they look like kids, but some of them are hundreds of years old. It just doesn't seem right to punish them based on how they look.
    >> Anonymous 11/30/10(Tue)23:54 No.12987724
    Unfortunately, appearance counts. Faking legal proof of age is far too easily managed, especially by faeries.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)00:01 No.12987761
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    I don't spit acid asshole.
    I'm a fucking sheep farmer.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)00:18 No.12987871
    This wasn't done by the SRA. The SRA only seeks out Supernaturals that break laws. Registration is totally by choice. You're completely free to register or not, but if you don't you are considered a non-entity and there are no laws or rights that protect you. This doesn't give you freedom to commit crimes unless the victims are also non entities.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)00:29 No.12987971
    Care to explain, then? I happily registered. Sure, I'm a very old man, with sorcery at my command. Sorcery that's actually pretty entertainingly horrible. I give full details of the depths and far reaching limits of my power. And the next morning I find a witch-hunter hit squad on my doorstep, carrying SRA issued weapons. Oh, sure, they weren't labelled as such, but they were all issued. You can tell. Not to mention that they were tailored to resist my strength - which they underestimated.

    SRA is just an assassination clearing house. Supernatural too dangerous? Gut him. Useful? Use, then discard. Weak? Track until useful.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)00:32 No.12987996
    I was in a restaraunt the other day and some eastern European nohbdy was screaming at this zombie. Then he squirted eye acid at him.

    Don't you tell me it's not possible, you dirty monocular.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)00:35 No.12988026
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    My family is from Greece.
    I don't shoot acid out my eyes.
    I promise.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:17 No.12988425
    You guys who can look like humans but register anyways are fools. I haven't even taken my human mask off since the Bay of Pigs. And it didn't do any good then anyway.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:25 No.12988476
    I don't want to register. Why should I? Fuck werewolves and their 'so badass' routine. I'm harmless in either form.
    Some people just don't luck out.
    Fuckin' weretortoise, man. Shit sucks.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:26 No.12988486
    my girlfriend has it the worst. i know succubi are "supposed" to seduce men all the time or whatever, but the ones above her apartment literally spend 99.9% of their lives seducing men. like, to the point that i'm certain they don't have any other goals or aspirations beyond seducing men and sucking out their souls all the time.

    what's worse is that my gf has a basement apartment, which means these assholes are on the first floor - right next to the door to the place. whenever they have soul-consuming mass orgies (read: every night) there is ALWAYS spillover of random obnoxious victims (i sincerely doubt i've seen the same victims there twice) in the vestibule and on the front steps. since they're always soulless they never realize that they're BLOCKING the entrance/exit of the building and cannot comprehend that other people are living in the building at all.

    this one dipshit tried to start a fight with me once when i was leaving.
    >> Tusks McGee 12/01/10(Wed)01:29 No.12988514
    Whoa, they're still trying to get people to register? What'd I miss?
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:31 No.12988531
    >What'd I miss?
    Absolutely fucking nothing.
    Except some dragon bitch decided to attack, and then they performed an invasive surgery on her without her consent.
    >> Tusks McGee 12/01/10(Wed)01:33 No.12988544

    What'd she attack? Sucks she's getting cut open though.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:35 No.12988563
    Some SRA office or something. Read the thread.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:42 No.12988613
    Man, all I really want is to know if someoneis going to suck my blood or steal my soul. Why can't they put up a map like the sex offender's list?
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)01:43 No.12988626
    Oh ho ho, they added lich to their pitiful forms.Those mortals never cease to amuse me.
    >> Bill 12/01/10(Wed)02:07 No.12988811
    Well, I may as well pitch in my two cents.

    I'm a wizard of 64 years and a lich of 44. I spent twenty years of my life on the Vietnam War, and more on continuing service. For me, the SRA is a moot point- my information is on file for as long as I receive my pension. However, that is not to say it does not affect me. On the issue of individual rights I do not believe it should be mandatory, nor do I believe that registry should be discouraged. Much like having a medical condition, having such information can save lives in an emergency.

    In short, I encourage registry but do not support the law behind it.

    On an unrelated note, a good word for my werewolf pals. I was Army, then Ranger before I went SOF, and the werewolf platoons were some of the easiest to work with. They had a natural team ethos and easier to find than other therianthropes. Hooah, brothers.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)02:18 No.12988898
    She wasn't "cut open". Her eggs were removed and placed into incubation for her safety and theirs. She was weeks overdue for laying her eggs. Much longer and she could have lost them all along with the ability to reproduce. She might have even died.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)02:33 No.12989028
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    Talkative for bones, aren't ya? I thought all of you types were the silent type, mystical and all that. Like skeletal Jedi.

    Also, is it true you can turn into a helicopter?
    >> Bill 12/01/10(Wed)02:43 No.12989131
    I'm flattered, but no on all counts. I speak my mind when it is due. I did that whole “mystic theurge” thing back when I was young and stupid, but the truth is you can get a good sense of any professional mage by watching Burn Notice. Really. It's mostly just common sense, well-honed skills, and application of lateral thinking. That, and I'm old. I feel entitled to ramble on.

    Also, I've rebuilt my fleshier bits. Well, not the internal organs... but my fingers are a little stiff right now because I have the AC down low. It's the little things that make you appreciate it.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)02:45 No.12989146
    Oh my GOD SoS has not posted!
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)02:51 No.12989189
    SoS is practically never here these days. Which is a pity, as I had a lot of fun pretending to be obsessed by him.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:15 No.12989382
    It was nonetheless an invasive surgery without her permission.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:21 No.12989434
    They also do similair procedures on humans when their lives depend on it.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:23 No.12989448
    Right. They should have let the dragon bitch die, along with her unholy spawn. Better than using my taxes to try and keep her scaly ass alive.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:24 No.12989458
    Doesn't make it right.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:28 No.12989493
    So, you're saying it's wrong to save the life of a mentally deranged person that puts themselves and their unborn children in danger?
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:48 No.12989602
    SRA clerk - back again. Long day. Everyone at the office was just watching the coverage of the attack at the central offices in Bahrain. No work, no internet, just watching. Gods it was boring.
    I'm detecting a human trolling here. Everyone knows that the SRA is the world's largest employer of supernaturals. Most offices are between 30-80% supernatural, and no office doesn't have any. And hunter teams are usually half and half. So your butthurt about us being thin skinned human supremacists is fucking hilarious. Also;
    Looks who's talking about prejudice. Because all humans are white, right? Or are you just shilling for the KKK's Grand Dragon?

    Sorry to hear that, man. I can tell you that it wasn't us, though. SRA teams only ever go after law-breakers, and then only when local law enforcement can't handle it (and given that most cops won't hire supers, that's a lot more than it should be). Most likely a bunch of hicks came by and tried to put the fear of god into you or some bullshit.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)03:54 No.12989640
    >Or are you just shilling for the KKK's Grand Dragon?

    Whoa.. Really? Is the KKK really run by a dragon? I mean, I had heard rumors but nobody from SRA every commented before now.
    >> S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 12/01/10(Wed)03:57 No.12989654
    This thread is still here? Wow.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)04:00 No.12989673
    rolled 3 = 3


    Naw, their founders were just losers.
    >> Bill 12/01/10(Wed)04:01 No.12989678
    You're not very bright, are you?

    Let me put it this way, if you don't understand: the Grand Wizard knows nothing about magic.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)04:04 No.12989699
    So far as I've heard. The rumor is that way back in the 20's, or maybe earlier, they got their hands on a dragon egg, and hatched out a full-fledged Ice Dragon, which they raised pretty much bathed in their beliefs. And now he's the oldest living member, as well as the one with the most charisma and power. Of course, he normally takes humaform for his telivision appearances, etc, but there's a reason when the old Grand Dragon died the new one started wearing suits instead of those robes. Of course, if he is a dragon, he's either unregistered or his file's sealed, so I can't confirm it.

    Of course, I've also heard the rumor that he's decided to enhance the purity of his followers by adding himself to the bloodline, and giving of his own flesh so that they might have a fraction of his power, but that's sketchy at best.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)04:07 No.12989715
    Uhh, yeah. He does.
    >> Bill 12/01/10(Wed)04:14 No.12989738
    Ah yes, and the method of electronically sending packets of words to one another is so nuanced. Yes, I prefer face-to-face or even phone conversations to digital communication. Call me old if you like, I am old. My skills lie elsewhere.

    And people used to actually shoot each other, y'know? I miss that. Shooting someone. Nice and solid, center mass. Apricot's good, too.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)04:18 No.12989760
    I missed the sarcasm. My apologies.
    >> Bill 12/01/10(Wed)04:26 No.12989798
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)07:07 No.12990397
    I like the internet, even if I have to come out of the water to use it. People react less oddly to me here. Apparently a naked man draped in a sealskin is somehow bizarre in person?
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)14:39 No.12992609
    Governments come and go. The Romans tried to do something like this. The Moslems tried to do something like this (and still do) and the French tried to do something like this. None of it worked out well for normal folks. At least the Spanish were honest about what their Inquisition was for.
    >> Anonymous 12/01/10(Wed)15:12 No.12992843

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