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    35 KB CORPSE QUEST Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:39 No.15738459  
    You are dead.

    What would you like to do?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:39 No.15738462
    >Instructions
    We are deeply sorry for you loss. But you might as well make the best of your current situation.

    You may not be able to move or communicate, but that doesn't mean you need to be bored for an eternity. You still have all your senses to observe your surroundings, and you still have your mind to think about things.

    Well, you're a smart guy, I'm sure you'll figure it all out.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:39 No.15738468
    Reanimate.
    Preferably as a revenant, but a zombie is fine too.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:40 No.15738473
    Continue on into the great unknown, to see what lies beyond life.
    >> Titanium Man 07/28/11(Thu)21:40 No.15738477
    Load save.

    I fucking suck at King's Quest.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:41 No.15738483
    Steal Death's Scythe and offer to return it if he brings you back to life.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:41 No.15738484
    Use my body to feed the earth around me.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:42 No.15738494
    Seek wisdom from the Eye of Thundera.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:44 No.15738510
    Smell really bad and attract flies!

    My flesh will bear a thousand children!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:44 No.15738520
    Stop that. Become a Skull Monkey. Actually, drop the key and become a SKULL MONK. This is awesome.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)21:45 No.15738525
    >>15738468
    >>15738473
    Oh, if only it were that easy.

    Unfortunately you were a... less-than-good person in life. So some of your enemies made certain that after you died, you cannot ever pass on. I suppose you could call this karma for a life full of ill deeds. Your consciousness is trapped inside your body (which is technically now just a skull), for all eternity.

    You've spent the last few centuries trying to figure a way out of this predicament, but it's just not happening. But hey, it's not that bad though, you get used to it after a while.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:45 No.15738527
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    I'm in Ravenloft, idgaf
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:46 No.15738532
    >>15738520

    No, that'll make you Skullmon which may or may not be an actual Digimon.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:47 No.15738542
    >>15738525

    What can we remember about our death and enemies? the ones who trapped us in our dead body
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:48 No.15738548
    >>15738527

    dat filename
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)21:50 No.15738567
    >>15738510
    >>15738484
    I'm way ahead of you on that one, brother.

    At first you were disgusted by wriggling and squirming feeling that emanated throughout your decomposing body, as countless slimy things feasted on you. But soon you came to not only accept, but enjoy the company. As your body shrunk and liquified, you slowly realized that you were starting to miss your saprotrophic friends. Now that you have been gnawed down to polished bone, you only attract the occasional nibble, but you are always sure to cherish the feeling as though it were a careful massage.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:51 No.15738579
    >>15738532
    Damn...

    Wait. I have an idea! Pray to your god! You must have saved up SO MANY piety points by now, you can pray for ANYTHING! Pray to be picked up by Mi-Go and put in a cyborg body.
    >> Cegorach 07/28/11(Thu)21:53 No.15738598
    >>15738567
    So we're nothing but a skull...

    first action! Use all our might to maniphest whatever abilities we might have left! whichever ones!
    If that fails, use our lower and upper jaws to make a clacking noise, as long as we can. somebody's bound to notice eventually
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:53 No.15738599
    >>15738567
    Wait for adventurers or necromancers then use our charming skeleton wiles and the fact that we emanate magic to an extent to get picked up.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:53 No.15738602
    I hope the earth is happy, hopefully flowers are growing.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:54 No.15738621
    >>15738567

    Let's pray to someone (God, Devil, Buddha, etc) to give us another chance to make things right... or let us go to heaven directly, of course.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:57 No.15738648
    I am in no rush to decide what I have to do, since I live without worry of time.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:58 No.15738656
    >>15738648
    This.

    Let's just chill; something will happen to us eventually.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)21:58 No.15738660
    >>15738567
    Stand up
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:00 No.15738681
    I sing the grim grinning ghosts song.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:00 No.15738682
    >>15738459
    Is my name Murray?
    [y/n]
    If y, proceed to roll through the Gates of Hell (carrying your head on a pike).
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:01 No.15738698
    >>15738459
    are there any other nearby corpses that we know of? Perhaps rumors from our spineless friends?
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:04 No.15738717
    >>15738542
    Ah, yes.

    It's a bit unpleasant, but you've come to terms with it. You were actually in Javikre when it happened. You had fled after your army was defeated in Arnongol two years prior and were in hiding at a small inn. You had done everything you could to not draw attention to yourself, and assumed that they would never find you there. But, they burst into the room while you were bathing and tied you up. Ultimately it was some minor governor who caught you and punished you for allowing your men to defile his daughters, burning his lands, tearing down his temples. You know the drill.

    He had hired a priest to perform this weird ritual on you before you were killed, and voila. Eternal non-death. Your body was thrown into a garbage pit and has been through all sorts of misadventures since.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:04 No.15738718
    i feel trolled
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:05 No.15738719
    >>15738648
    >>15738656
    Let's just chill and watch our around
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:06 No.15738735
    >>15738717
    Well if we were a leader of men once now we must rise and lead again. Now what do we know about becoming undead?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:08 No.15738746
    >>15738717
    Well this is getting really tiresome really fast.

    Here's a command for ya:
    WAIT FOR THE SUN TO GROW COLD.

    There. Now stop bothering us, or grow legs.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:08 No.15738747
    >>15738717

    A garbage pit?! How am I meant to grow flowers with all this trash? I need to make the world beautiful to repent for my crimes!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:08 No.15738748
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    >Be voiced by Rene Auberjonois and "Drink wine".
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:08 No.15738750
    >>15738717

    Can we remember something about the ritual?
    Oh and conversations involving those guys after our death could be important too.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:09 No.15738757
    >>15738748
    He has no limbs or torso. He has no mobility. He's just an enlightened, immobile skull.

    Let's ditch him.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:10 No.15738760
    >>15738579
    You've prayed to every god you can think of, and even a few new ones you've heard people mention over the years. but hey, it can't heart to try again, right?

    You pray to Thosom the Many-Eyed, Unconquered, Slayer of the Serpent of Astar, Bringer of the Southern Letters, Golden Bodied, He Who Delights in the Sacred Soma. Please! Deliver you from this infernal existence and you will willingly serve him in any capacity he wishes in his sacred golden halls behind the veil of the third moon!

    ...

    ......

    .........

    Fuck. Nothing.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:10 No.15738764
    >>15738746

    i don't mind a little thinking.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:11 No.15738769
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    >>15738747

    >Skeleton with flowers
    >my face when that reminded me of dead king quest
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:13 No.15738785
    >>15738750

    this
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:14 No.15738789
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    I get the hells up and go find Chief.
    Maybe he'll buy me another grind with a whore.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:14 No.15738795
    >>15738760
    Well, if we died, presumably Death is around.

    I'm sure that amicable chap is around somewhere, he could use the company.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:15 No.15738802
    Examine everything.
    If that fails, wait.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:15 No.15738803
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    >>15738769
    >Dead King Quest
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:16 No.15738806
    >>15738795
    Remember, we died like 300 years ago.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:16 No.15738812
    >>15738806
    Eh, Death might get bored. Ain't everyday you have a sentient corpse laying around doing nothing.

    Hell, maybe you could summon him. Quick, go find some mice.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:18 No.15738822
    >Schmooze around in the Underworld a bit
    >Gain demonic powers
    >Lots of them
    >Bone tons of succubi
    >Get outta dodge
    >Find a witless/powerful mortal
    >Transform into a weapon, let them use me
    >Eventually Hell comes calling, get mortal involved
    >[GAMEPLAY]
    >All the demons are dead, except me
    >Mortal companion/bro and I part ways, he as the slayer of demons, most powerful mortal alive, and I as King of Hell
    >Bone more demon bitches

    Death is the greatest adventure.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:18 No.15738823
    >>15738717
    >>15738760
    FUCK THIS! Disbelieve in all gods, become an atheist.
    That priests divine magic no longer holds sway.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:18 No.15738824
    As we sit and think, recall everything we know of magic.

    Recite lines to magic spells at random until one works. Try various combinations as well.
    We'll become a demi-lich the backwards way. Starting as a skull and gaining power.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:18 No.15738826
    >>15738812

    He also might be a little upset for our lateness
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:20 No.15738837
    >>15738598
    Some of your abilities:

    >Look
    You are by the river in the pit-city of Landnam. You are half-buried in the road along with all sort of other refuse. Some important sights are a river, some homes carved into the sheer rock-face, some tents, a three-story inn, and lots of people. It is mid-day.

    >Listen
    You hear some intense arguing standing out in the hustle and bustle of the street, and the soothing sound of the river.

    >Taste
    Dirt. You barely even notice it any more. But over the centuries, you've come to be quite the connoisseur of dirt. You prefer thick peat to this dusty concoction.

    >Feel
    The dirt, some wind, a reasonably cool day, vibrations from people's feet, a woman's foot accidentally stepping on your head.

    >Smell
    All sorts of great smells. Freshly baked bread, body odor, dust, hooker perfume, wine.

    >Remember
    or
    >Think about ____
    Oh, there's so much, you don't even know where to begin
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:20 No.15738839
    >>15738826
    Naw, he's pretty reasonable. He's a pretty swell guy once you get to know him.

    Reciting whatever magic we remember might work too. If we made enough enemies that we aren't being allowed to pass on, then we gotta know some sort of magic.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:20 No.15738840
    >>15738823 he thinks you have to believe in a curse to be affected by it
    The quickest way to get haunted is to brag about how you don't believe in ghosts.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:22 No.15738857
    >>15738837

    Think about touching things.

    Hopefully, it will be the first step in becoming a ghost, or maybe a poltergeist!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:24 No.15738875
    >>15738837

    remember the ritual that trapped us here!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:24 No.15738881
    Well, seeing as how the OP has already flat out told us that we've been removed from the wheel of reincarnation, it's obvious that we've reached nirvana.

    Fondly regard the world and bask in enlightenment.
    >> The Harlequin Rose 07/28/11(Thu)22:24 No.15738882
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    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:24 No.15738884
    >>15738837
    Fantasize about being touched again by a woman's foot.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:24 No.15738886
    Try to scream at the woman
    people need to watch where they step
    We're trying to think here
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:25 No.15738888
    >>15738602
    They are not. The ground here is quite trodden and bleak. And even if it wasn't, The Pit only gets a little sunlight, so it's not conducive to growing things.

    >>15738698
    I don't think so. You don't have any kind of magically dead-people powers that allow you to communicate with other dead people. Oh wait... you do kind of have some magical dead people powers. Your senses are better than the average persons. Since they aren't attached to your non-existent brain or body anymore they are more like some kind of... magical hearing or something. I dunno. But it's not that powerful, so don't get your hopes up.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:26 No.15738901
    >>15738888
    We have no physical ability. If we have no magical ability as well, do we perhaps have psionic ability?

    Try thinking hard at someone and getting them to pick us up.

    >this is just a troll quest to see how many people he can get to do absolutely nothing.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:27 No.15738906
    >>15738901
    Isn't what /tg/ is in a nutshell?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:27 No.15738907
    Attempt to expand our conciousness, I wanna see somthing other than this fucking dump.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:27 No.15738910
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    >>15738837
    All the time in the world.
    No fear of ending.
    No time limits.
    No needs to sate.


    Time to imagine up our own universe. Start by calculating the basic physics engines and collision mechanics, build upwards from there. We're far too intelligent to let ourselves simply be bored for eternity; we may have lost the material world but the world within our mind is literally only just begun.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:28 No.15738915
    >Moulder peacefully.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:29 No.15738923
    >>15738910


    ...Go on...
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:29 No.15738925
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    Wait for a sexy sorceress or necromancer to raise us as her loyal undead minion.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:29 No.15738930
    >>15738901
    Try to get the Hooker to pick us up!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:29 No.15738931
    >>15738910
    Vote +1
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:30 No.15738937
    >>15738888

    ok, but we are a motherfucking spirit. Maybe we don't have any special power but our existence is on a different plane, but still connected to the "real" world.
    So maybe we can "connect" in any way with another living being, at least just calling someone in a unconscious way.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:30 No.15738942
    >>15738925
    no we will not be a minion once they cast the spell use our intelligence to alter it so we become a revenant. Kill them unless they are sexy.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:31 No.15738947
    >>15738937
    >You look over at a bum on the side of the road
    "YO FUCKFACE, PICK ME UP."
    >Bum looks at you and picks you up without question.
    "THAT'S RIGHT BADGERTITS, LET'S FUCKING DO THIS."
    >Become worship idol of bums
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:31 No.15738948
    >>15738901
    Seconding this. Try thinking hard at someone.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:31 No.15738950
    Create a grand ballad of our adventures with a surprising heart-wrenching ending of being cursed to be an undead skull forever after having come to terms with the evils you have committed and gaining a desire to atone for your sins.

    You should probably hum a sweet chorus with it, it'll be all like 'BA BA BUH DAH, BUH! DO DO DO WAAH!"
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:33 No.15738965
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    >>15738931
    >>15738923

    So, once we've got our basic mechanical setup, we'll need to decide what sort of parameters there are; we can always add more objects, so let's start small. I'm thinking spherical; stay with the familiar and all that, and we'll work with about 100 of them to start with to get all the calculations figured out in terms of how they'll interact. We're operating off of an infinate space, so some sort of effect that brings the objects back together seems sound. Other suggestions?
    >> The Harlequin Rose 07/28/11(Thu)22:33 No.15738968
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    >>15738884
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:34 No.15738988
    >>15738735
    Eh, not a whole lot. Or anything. Maybe some priest might be able to do something or... something. I dunno. But since you have no way of communicating, it would be tough. You've more or less given up hope of ever becoming close to normal again.

    Or, I mean, if you haven't given up hope, I have.

    >>15738746
    Well that goes without saying, you have nothing else to do. But in the mean time you need to keep yourself entertained. In the past few centuries you've enjoyed watching the stories of the people around you unravel. You wouldn't believe the kinds of things happen when you're just a fly on the wall. Or a skull in the ground.

    >>15738750
    Naw, it's been a pretty long time. Words in some old language, and animal sacrifices, and carving words into your flesh. Boring typical ritual stuff. That governor guy, for his part, just kept yelling and berating you, even after your death, while you were being dragged to the garbage. He talked about how you deserved this, his daughters, about how it was justice and blah blah blah. Some people just won't let shit go.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:36 No.15738999
    >>15738965
    make our world inverted. Sun in the middle, livable surface surrounding it. Make it a bubbleverse so if one digs through the ground they find other worlds.of similar setup. The suns repel everything else and that is what creates gravity on the surroundling land. The equations should balance out so that the land perimiter around the sun is always the livable zone of orbit.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:36 No.15739001
    >>15738910
    Tired of long, well thought out responses?
    Someone has already expressed your opinion, but you want to say it anyway?
    Then kick back and relax with some THIS™ Classic.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:37 No.15739004
    >>15738988

    Start trying to chatter teeth.

    Who knows, we might end up being picked up by someone and used as decor for some gypsy.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:38 No.15739011
    >>15738988
    start going over any words in your mind, hopefully you'll come across the name of a very powerful demon that could free us in some way, or even the word that created the universe that has divine power.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:38 No.15739014
    >>15738988
    Think really really REALLY hard about the hooker picking us up. REALLY HARD, until she does.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:39 No.15739022
    >>15738999

    Sounds like an interesting setting, let's do this!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:40 No.15739030
    >>15738910
    >>15738965
    >>15738999


    Do these.

    Create the baisic functions of the elements similar to what we understand from our world but don't start off with a full ecosystem. Just a bit of bacteria in each bubble and let evolution do its thing.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:40 No.15739036
    Imagine up a tea party with some of the dirt and trash around you. You will, of course, be wearing an imaginary top hat and monocle. Just because you're dead doesn't mean you have to stop being a fancy-man. Also, it looks like Mrs. Flower would desire another scone.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:41 No.15739042
    >>15738824
    That really amounts to almost nothing. You know one Ordel incantation that was supposed to make your arrows fly straight, but you could never tell if it worked or not. Generally priests are the only ones who try perform rituals.

    >>15738857
    Let's see... there's been this pebble touching the back of your mandible for the past year or so. That was pretty annoying at first, but meh. There's some kind of wriggling feeling under your eye socket but it's a few millimeters away. You can't quite tell if it's a worm or an ant.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:41 No.15739046
    >>15738988

    mmm...
    Someone said anything about us?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:43 No.15739059
    What we need is an evil spider to crawl into us and make us their home. Eventually we become one of those spider skull lich things.
    SUMMON THE SPIDERS!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:45 No.15739066
    >>15739042

    what about "moving"?
    Not literally, but as a spirit still attached to the skull. If our senses are better then maybe we could travel mentally to another place, at least into a house or something
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:46 No.15739084
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    >>15739036
    well we simply must make sure Flowers is having a delightful time, she is a busy lady and you should be ecstatic that she even bothered attending our party.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:47 No.15739089
    >>15738881
    Hmm...

    Hmmmm...

    Well... I dunno. I thought this would feel better somehow.

    >>15738884
    Oh, don't get me started. Flosi, Hetur's daughter, used to walk around barefoot. And once, she stepped on your head and she actually stopped to examine you. And - get this - she gently and carefully poked the top of your head with her toe while looking right at you. Oh, she is so perfect and beautiful. An angel. The way Hetur treats her is terrible.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:49 No.15739102
    >>15738901
    Huh. That's a good idea.

    You! Pebble. You're going down bitch.

    Hnnnnnnnngggg...

    HNNNNNGGGGGGGG....

    Fucking...

    HGGGGGGIIIIIIIIIAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!

    Pebble, goddammit!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:50 No.15739110
    >>15739089

    That's sad


    Anyway, do

    >>15738910
    >>15738965
    >>15738999
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:52 No.15739130
    >>15738910
    >>15738907
    Hmm, that's interesting. I hadn't planned for that one.

    Okay, you close your eyes- well, not really. I mean you just stop looking at the world around you. And you try to imagine another world.

    So what would your perfect world be like?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:53 No.15739137
    >>15739122


    Like this >>15738999
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:53 No.15739140
    >>15739122
    Flosi and me, and Flosi's feet.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:54 No.15739145
    >>15739122
    Dicks, dicks everywhere
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:54 No.15739147
    Be an animated dispenser of advice, wisdom, and snark for some hapless adventurer.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:55 No.15739155
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    can we be bob?
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)22:57 No.15739173
    >>15738937
    >>15738930
    Mmm... well, it can't hurt to try. Let's try to get one of the hooker's attention.

    Hey.

    Hey you.

    Yeah, you. In the red dress.

    Come over here.

    Seriously.

    Wipe that stupid grin off your face and get over here.

    Don't you ignore us!

    Okay, you're not fooling anyone. Stop giggling like a bitch at everything that guy says. You're not interested in what he says.

    Hey, don't you go into the inn.

    Don't you do it!

    Bitch I am talking to you!

    We are a sentient skull!

    Fuck...
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)22:58 No.15739187
    >>15739122
    I believe these anons sum it up
    >>15738965
    >>15738910


    >accept icleardi
    good point capcha, did we try praying to icleardi yet?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:02 No.15739213
    >>15739173

    You are really enjoying this, don't you?
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:05 No.15739240
    >>15738950
    Yeah, you tried comping up with a few different accounts of your life at various points: epics, ballads, historicals accounts. But without any way to write them down... and without any knowledge of basic literary structure, they were all doomed to failure. You still remember the title of one of them though:

    "THE MAN WHO SURPASSED ALL OTHER GODS AND KINGS: The Grand Epic of the Assent, Fall, and redemption of Geyr the God-King of the land of Mojur"

    The next time you try coming up with this, you'll try to shorten the title.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:06 No.15739251
    >>15739240
    >THE MAN WHO SURPASSED ALL OTHER GODS
    Are.... are we the Monkey King?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:06 No.15739252
    >>15739240

    Where's the world creation OP, you said there would be world creation...
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:08 No.15739267
    >>15739147
    >>15739155
    ಠ_ಠ
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:15 No.15739314
    so... what's the odds of getting randomly picked up in the neares oh, say ... millenium?
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:16 No.15739321
    >>15739130
    >>15738999
    Huh, this is not at all how I anticipated this would go.

    Okay, you have quieted the noise of everything around you. You're imagining a world around you. Just your immediate surroundings for now.

    But you want it to be original...

    A curved, hollow-world setting. Hanging between the ground and the sun is an unmoving layer of rainbow-colored clouds. It is always daytime, but depending on where you move to around the world, it might be colored differently.

    There is no soil at all, the ground is made entirely of rock. There is also no wood. The only "plantlife" are bizarre alien-looking giant fungi and lichens that cling to the rocks.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:17 No.15739331
    >>15739314
    I HAVE AN IDEA

    WE GO WITH THIS GUYS IDEA

    IGNORE EVERYTHING UNTIL SOMEONE PICKS US UP EVENTUALLY

    THEN BEGIN OUR PLANNING FOR WORLD DOMINATION AGAIN
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:18 No.15739335
    >>15739240
    >Geyr the God-King of the land of Mojur

    Horey sheet! We have a name!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:19 No.15739346
    We obviously still have a soul. Instead of praying to the gods we should make a contract with a demon. After all, maybe the gods don't give a shit but hell is always ready for a new minion.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:20 No.15739352
    >>15739314
    Ah, well... it's happened. Just incredibly rarely. Maybe every hundred years? Normally when we're moved it's accidentally: garbage removal, re-paving roads, construction, etc. And again, that's extremely rare too.

    You tend to just chill and watch the various people around you going about their daily lives. You've come to know the people living in the immediate area extremely well. After all, you've watched most of them since they were kids.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:21 No.15739357
    >>15739321

    AWESOME

    Should we create deities for this world or continue ourselves?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:21 No.15739358
    >>15739331
    i see my subtle sarcasm is lost on you.
    or your sarcasm is lost on me. i dont know.

    >eaketati 660
    call the giant fungi eaketati and make sure there is only 660 of them... per sphere. [digging -> new spheres, remember?]
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:22 No.15739372
    >>15739331
    It's tough to ignore everything. And besides, just waiting here would be boring. I mean it'll probably take decades and decades. You tend to find other ways to pass the time while you're waiting for something meaningful to happen.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:23 No.15739385
    >>15739352
    ok then, long(ish)term-plan:
    next time someone picks us up try to radiate them whit understanding and love! (and hope they grow atatched to us or atleast throw us away in horror, new scenery is always nice.)
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:24 No.15739394
    >>15739372
    Okay OP what can we do then?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:27 No.15739422
    "I'm dead. I Can't hear you."
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:27 No.15739427
    >>15739394
    see:
    >>15738837

    >2006 lichall
    create imaginary creatures in our imaginary world, 2006 of them, they are tiny and eat the plants, and the plants "consumes" the creatures, and also new plants grow as fast as the creatures eat.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:28 No.15739438
    >>15739427

    We also need rock people
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:29 No.15739444
    >>15739346
    You don't exactly know anything about "demons". There are lesser gods and minor local gods. Let's see... a boulder-city you razed to the ground had a minor impish death god once. Before you melted down it's sacred statues for the silver and enslaved it's priests you took note of the god's name, because it was so silly-sounding: Koioukoi. Okay, let's try praying to this "demon".

    Oh, great Koioukoi! Although your puny people crumbled under the might of my army, and although you are only a tiny, insignificant god, whom some would say is not worthy of worship by such a great God-King, we beseech you! Grant us a contract with your infernal masters! Our soul is yours if you can only ease our current suffering!

    ...

    ......

    .........

    Sheesh, what is with these gods? Is it something I said?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:30 No.15739447
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    Guys... thinking a new world could be fun but i'd like to stick to the first imaginary world.

    mfw we are imagining a world into an imaginary world
    >> teka 07/28/11(Thu)23:31 No.15739457
    >>15738837
    >Listen
    to the argument in the road?

    >and dedicate every spare bit of boney energy not used in listening on radiating a "hey, look at that skull over there" aura.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:33 No.15739474
    >>15739444

    The cleric that cursed us, i'm sure he named his god at least once. We should try that one.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:34 No.15739477
    rolled 2 = 2

    >>15739457
    fill aura whit love, compassion and understanding.
    something i guess is lacking in these parts of town and will certainly attract a cult! maybe?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:34 No.15739481
    >>15739447
    BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:35 No.15739490
    >>15738459
    Go to hell, rape everybody in my path to the boss in there, rape him, then kill him, then become the boss on hell. and get a lovely wife and 4 children, also a Sitcom show.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:36 No.15739498
    >>15738459

    Stop existing.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:36 No.15739501
    >>15739447
    bro im asleep, SHIT JUST GOT REAL!

    >RICHARD Thionsi
    This will be the name of the first rock man.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:37 No.15739505
    >>15739394
    Well, there are a thousand stories going on all around you in the city. You need only look.

    For example, in the nearby homes, things are starting to look dangerous between two neighboring families. I'm worried about how this will effect Flosi...

    Or, if that doesn't interest you, strange people come and go from the inn every day. They've got all sort of interesting stuff going on, no doubt.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:38 No.15739510
    >>15739444
    >You don't exactly know anything about "demons".

    You faggot.
    >> teka 07/28/11(Thu)23:39 No.15739518
    >>15739477
    would settle for getting attention.
    Maybe someone would pick us up and take us somewhere else, like into a tavern where we can sit on a shelf behind the bar and radiate advise to the patrons. (and the bartender might keep some of his gold in us)

    Or maybe a goth girl would find us and.. erm.. um..

    Or a necromancer looking for a tasteful shoulder-pad/hench-skull

    Maybe.. turn our focus inside.. Maybe that little scribbling noise is a colony of ants that we can convince to push us out of the ground enough to trip someone.. they Have to notice us then, hah!
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:39 No.15739519
    >>15739505

    Maybe common people can't notice us, but maybe we can draw the attention of some strange traveller. Let's wait to see someone strange coming out from the inn to concentrate in that guy or gal.
    Eventually we'll try to contact with a priest or something like that and he should "feel" us.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:39 No.15739520
    >>15739505
    the inn you say?
    hmmmm...
    analyse it from an architectural perspective and devise a BETTER inn and put it in our dreamworld.
    let the rock man live in it.
    >rniend Initial
    ...the captcha spirits are cloudy today...
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:40 No.15739529
    >>15739505
    Watch for necromancer. Try to get their attention by radiating skull magic.

    Please stop trolling if you are. I don't even understand why people troll- do you not own videogames or something?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:41 No.15739532
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    I have an idea to keep us entertained in the interim period between now and when we're picked up or noticed or something:
    Let's create multiple personalities. Lots of them, maybe even dozens of them. I mean, we're not crazy, we know who we are, and we know that those other personalities are just purposeful extensions of ourselves, but it's important to have extra personalities for step two of the plan.
    See, we're going to create these personalities, so that we have other...'sort of' people around so that we can get differing opinions on the same topics. I mean, we know they're all our own opinions, but it's more fun to do them in different voices or something, y'know?
    So, we put these personalities in reserve, right? Then we use our dominant personality to create a sort of...adventure for the others. Like, we create a premise and boundaries and an objective and we give our other personalities certain roles to play and influences to take into account.
    And then we, the dominant personality talk to the lesser personalities and ask them what they do in this premise. Sort of like...a quest of some kind. And we see how long it takes before they achieve the objective that we assigned.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:42 No.15739541
    Stop being so arrogant when contacting the gods. Try to contact the imp-god one more time and be humble this time, you faggot. God-king my ass, your empire is in ruins.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:42 No.15739544
    >>15739519
    i would much rather attract the attention of Flosi... :/

    ALSO!
    try to probe the area whit our mind/spirit for other lost souls. (or lost soles if we are that kinda person)
    >Properties Isistou
    ARGH! why won't you speak to me captcha!?
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:44 No.15739558
    >>15739532
    and put the personalities in the dream world as rockmen. yes.
    >inflows restrop
    i guess the rockmen are known as restrop?
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:44 No.15739559
    >>15739358
    >>15739427
    >>15739438
    >Meanwhile, in our imagination:

    The fungi are a sort of sentient hive-mind. And if one dies, another instantly regrows to replace it. This maintains a constant number of 660 "Eaketati" per world. There are also tiny, spongy, multi-legged creatures called creatures called "lichall" in our imaginary world, which keep a constant number of 2006. They eat the plants, and the plants "consumes" the creatures, and also new plants grow as fast as the creatures eat. Also there are rock people.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:44 No.15739563
    >>15739532
    and our multiple personality's can be our other gods.
    One of them is names Tabitha the Cheese Lion
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:44 No.15739569
    >>15739544
    Maybe flosi has some kind of ability to recognize our glory? Her father is mean to her, so maybe her rage will give her the power to see our glory.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:46 No.15739579
    Pray to the God known to you as Adonai. It does not matter if you have not heard of such a God, pray to Him anyway.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:46 No.15739580
    also spy on the famelies and the inn people, gimme updates damn it!

    maybe try to contact the god of famin and maybe try to get a rat familiar or some shit, i don't know.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:47 No.15739588
    What happened to our empire? Our fame? Has anyone mentioned us in the last several hundred years besides the people who killed us?

    I want a full list of all the people who have done so.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:47 No.15739592
    >>15739559

    >Also there are rock people.

    Awwwww yeah

    >>15739532

    As long as That personality doesnt get invited I'm okay with this´.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:51 No.15739636
    I OBSERVE WHEREVER I LAST SAW FLOSI, AND I OBSERVE AND I OBSERVE AND I OBSERVE AND I FOLLOW YOUR RAILROAD.
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:52 No.15739647
    >>15739592
    its like a THAT GUY you cant get rid of

    coming this century: THAT PERSONALITY
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:53 No.15739670
    We pretend we are a wicker basket full of fruit for a decade. we begin to worry that our fruit will go moldy before some soul happens upon us and eats it
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/28/11(Thu)23:54 No.15739676
    >>15739457
    Someone who actually understand how this was supposed to work! Well anyways...

    Ah, it's Morsen the Baker arguing with Hetur the Potter. They live in the homes carved into the sheer rock-face that stretches into the sky. In front of their home they have tents where they sell their wares.

    Both of them are the patriarchs of their families. Hetur used to be a warrior, but after he was lamed in the leg he's become lethargic. He's got a mighty beard and a pot-belly. Morsen is feeble and old, and but he does seem to love his family.

    Up until recently, Hetur was married to Morsen's daughter. But Hetur's an enormous womanizer, and so she sued for a divorce.

    You follow all that? Okay, let's listen in...
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:54 No.15739680
    >>15739647
    ಠ_ಠ
    no.
    >>15739532
    our primary personality is now ilustraded as
    bob.[>>15739155]
    >> Anonymous 07/28/11(Thu)23:54 No.15739681
    Guys there is only one thought we should be projecting:
    >"Holy shit that skull would make a really cool hat."
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:02 No.15739736
    >>15739676
    >Hetur:
    "What!?"

    >Morsen:
    "Well, I... I'm just... listen now, the courts decided that the divorce is final so..."

    >Hetur
    "Take her! I only married her as a favor to you, old man. I could find a better woman from a better family. Easy!"

    >Morsen
    "Listen, I just... I came here because we need the dowry back, so..."

    >Hetur
    "Too bad. It's gone. I'm not paying."

    >Morsen
    "You... listen, the courts decided..."

    >Hetur
    "We'll decide this now, old man. If you want, we'll have a proper, legal trial by combat. Hmm? You and me. Is that what you want?"

    >Morsen
    "That... I can't..."

    >Hetur
    "Of course you can't! You're a woman and a coward! Go back to your hut and die, old man!"

    >Morsen
    "You can't... this isn't right..."


    Hetur pushed Morsen away from his tent and onto the ground.


    >Hetur
    "I said go! We have no place for catamites and cowards like you in my home!"
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:02 No.15739740
    >This entire thread.

    I see what you did there.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:05 No.15739755
    >>15739736
    Think REALLY hard about Hetur's head exploding for being a douche.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:06 No.15739762
    >>15739501
    >Meanwhile in our imagination:
    And it is said that in the oldest of times, an ancient race walked through the worlds. They were giant and powerful, but proud. For they thought themselves greater that the many-tentancled gods whose wrath they incurred. And so this ancient race was wiped from the planet in a mighty flood. All perished, except one man, who was most pious of the gods: Richard Thionsi. The gods made his body into rock so that it would not drown, and he survived the deluge.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:06 No.15739763
    >>15739740
    you are boring.
    _-_-_-_-_-_
    LISTEN SOME MOAR!
    OBSERVE SOME MOAR!
    TRY TO CONTACT GOD OF FAMINE ABOUT A RAT STEED.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:07 No.15739764
    >>15739736

    Can we posion the thoughts of the old man with the idea of killing the bastard?
    Maybe trying to affect him during the night when he sleeps.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:08 No.15739769
    >>15739755
    Then his ex-wife picking us up.

    But really, the old dude just needs to go to the court and tell them what's happening, they arrest the other dude and the old guy gets his stuff as payment.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:10 No.15739781
    keep listening, we need to hear more
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:11 No.15739786
    >>15739532
    >>15739532
    >>15739532
    I don't see how this could go in any other direction than this. In fact, I'm shocked that we're not dropping everything and moving in this direction. I'm almost...hurt.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:12 No.15739791
    >>15739736
    >>15739762

    -keep listening
    -observe the rise of the first rockmen civilizations
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:12 No.15739792
    >>15739520
    The inn is a converted warehouse, but it's been refurbished nicely. It is three stories, and has balconies moving around the second floor.

    >Meanwhile in our imagination
    Firstly, let's make it out of stone instead of wood. And put some columns on it. Bitches love columns. And instead of the shabby open-frame windows, let's cut in narrow slits to allow light to pour in. And a dome. And some flying buttresses at the end.

    Aw yeah. Richard Thionsi is gonna love this,
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:13 No.15739800
    >>15739786
    did you miss the part where we created an alternate reality?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:15 No.15739816
    this quest needs an archive ._.
    i mean, this shit is just hillarious. xD
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:17 No.15739830
    >>15739676
    >how this is actually supposed to work

    You mean we just listen and watch? Not much of a quest.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:19 No.15739849
    >>15739529
    THERE ARE NO NECROMANCERS!

    AND YOU CANNOT COMMUNICATE WITH ANYONE!

    >>15739541
    Ah, hey Koioukoi. Listen, bro... I am like really sorry about before. We are coming to you really humbly and sincerely. I am truly sorry about that whole thing where I killed and enslaved your village, then desecrated your temple and- well, you know, you were probably there, right?

    Well, listen, how about this: I'm just sitting here, not doing anything, and you probably want to torment me or something, right? Well hey, I am totally up for that. Just show up to me with a contract and like... give me a body or free me from this or whatever , we can work out the details when you get here. Just do that, and then you can seriously torment me all you want. I just don't care anymore. I await your reply.

    ...

    ......

    .........


    WAIT, WHAT WAS THAT!?

    ...no, it was just someone sneezing. Fuuuuck.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:23 No.15739892
    Think the meanest thoughts we have ever thought at Hetur. Just absolutely dreadful things.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:25 No.15739909
    >>15739532
    Whew, this is... gonna get complicated.

    Okay, what kind of personalities did you have in mind?

    >>15739563
    You decide against the Tabitha idea because it sounds mind-blowingly insane.

    >>15739579
    Adonai I beseech you, please help me I will be your slave et cetera et cetera.

    ...

    .....

    .........

    Okie dokie then.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:30 No.15739953
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    I willingly pass through Death and beyond the Ninth Gate to my final rest.
    To do otherwise would only prolong the inevitable.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:30 No.15739959
    Troll Quest!
    Where you can... you know, stay there and do nothing
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:31 No.15739967
    fellate the grouns
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:31 No.15739973
    Guys. We were a terrible person so instead of thinking about doing something about being dead maybe we should accept that we probably deserve this.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:35 No.15740019
    >>15739849
    >THERE ARE NO NECROMANCERS!

    >AND YOU CANNOT COMMUNICATE WITH ANYONE!

    >responding to 40 minute old posts
    >thinking he's trolling anyone since It's been an hour and this is the first time I refreshed the thread

    Great "troll" there, genius.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:36 No.15740030
    look and listen to inn folk
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:37 No.15740035
    look around for flosi, these other personalites are getting tiresome.

    also, check up on richard.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:37 No.15740040
    >>15739580
    >>15739636
    >>15739781
    Okay, let's try to find Flosi. Ah, Flosi is Hetur's daughter, by the way.

    She's in the tent, at the potter's wheel, like always. Earlier she was nervously looking over her shoulder at the argument between her father and Morsen, but now she's focused on her work. Hetur makes her do almost all of the work, while he just sits around and sells the pots. She's twelve years old, has light brown hair, and is fairly tall for a girl. She's in the same pose she is for pose of the day, hunched over the wheel, hair wrapped up, squeezing the clay, and pumping the spinning wheel with her foot.

    >>15739830
    Well, the idea behind this was-

    Well, that's not important now.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:39 No.15740068
    >>15740040
    This please:
    >>15739764
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:41 No.15740084
    >>15740040

    Longingly stare at sweet young Flosi. Sultry eyeholes cast upon her blossoming bosoms, a nonexistent wink to moisten her loins and have her put you on her shelf, and then maybe use you as a makeshift chastity belt.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:46 No.15740137
    >>15739588
    Hah! Undoubtedly. Although people tend to refer to the Mojurs in general, and not specifically you by name, it's obvious to you who they mean.

    You don't remember anyone specifically by name in the past century... but a long while back when you were on the shore of the river, you distinctly remember some teenage boys mentioning you when they were discussing who the most evil kings were. But don't worry! You lost out to Hamund the Child-Eater.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:48 No.15740167
    >>15740137

    That bastard was always one-upping us.

    POSSESS FLOSI ALREADY. USE YOUR SKELETAL CHARM TO ENTICE HER INTO MAKING LOVE WITH YOU.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:51 No.15740192
    >>15740137

    Fuck! make a mental note, if we ever return to power, make sure to eat at least a dozen babies.

    Keep listening

    create a pet for Richard
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:51 No.15740196
    >>15739764
    Interesting idea. I doubt it, but we'll see when he falls asleep.

    >>15739769
    I'm afraid that in Landnam, this would ba a civil dispute, and those are indeed allow to be settled by trial by combat. What Hetur did is unjust and against the general morals of the area, but technically legal.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:51 No.15740200
    >>15740137
    >You lost out to Hamund the Child-Eater.
    Aw man! If we're going to be stuck like this for all eternity, I would have at least liked to have the satisfaction of being remembered as the most evil thing ever to walk the face of the earth. Or remembered at all, really.

    >fate torist
    And captcha won't stop taunting me.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)00:56 No.15740261
    >>15739892
    BLOODY RAPED NIGGER BABY WHORE CUNT FILLED WITH SHIT

    ...I don't think he noticed.

    >>15740019
    >I reply in order, an it takes a while to reply
    >And I'm not a troll, but that should be obvious by now
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)00:58 No.15740274
    >>15740261

    Nigger's a term in your setting?

    Actually, have our skull recall his general knowledge of the world. Nations, religions, magic, races, all that good stuff. What's technology like, too?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:02 No.15740315
    >>15740040
    >Well, the idea behind this was-

    >Well, that's not important now.

    I can't believe it, you weren't trolling. We really went three hours without anyone knowing what the hell we were supposed to do.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)01:09 No.15740409
    >>15740030
    Let's see what's happening at the inn...

    Okay, it's mid-day so there's only the saddest assortment of prostitutes outside. Through the open window you can see Sturk, the bartender. He's young and charismatic, everyone likes him. There's a few people sitting at the bar. It looks like they're together: A short man and a butch woman. Both wearing mostly leather. I can hear music inside, but can't see the musician. Upstairs I hear a discussion in one of the rooms. It sounds like three men.

    On the third floor is Naljis's suite, he's the owner. He's probably in, but I don't hear anything. He might be doing some paperwork.

    >>15740192
    >Meanwhile, in our imagination
    Richard is getting accustomed to his new swank pad. But as he is lonely, you create a pet for him. It is a sentient ball of fur that rolls around and can easily nuzzle up in the spaces between his many rock appendages.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)01:13 No.15740461
    >>15740084
    Done, and done.

    >>15739967
    So dirty.

    >>15740274
    This is gonna... take a while. one sec.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:15 No.15740478
    >>15740409
    Listen to discussion
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:18 No.15740500
    >>15740040
    For our personalities, we need Rick, the adventurerer, Sky core, and the fact bard.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:20 No.15740521
    I will troll my kids and other humans for the rest of eternity! WITH NO CONSEQUENCES!
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:21 No.15740525
    1, invent carl sagan
    2, insert carl sagan into imagine-nation
    3, watch in awe as Mr.Sagan creates billions and billions of stars.
    4, ?????
    5, richard is slightly less ronery.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)01:22 No.15740538
    >>15740315
    Well, the idea being that if you can't physically interact with the world or communicate or anything, then you would just have to be a fly on the wall and watch all the cool stories unraveling around you. Which, I assumed, would sound really cool.

    And that brings up some cool issues about interactivity, because deciding what to focus would change the stories drastically, so it actually is effecting the world, despite claiming not to.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:28 No.15740588
    >>15740538

    You should have literally made us a fly on the wall instead of an actual character, cus' right now everybody's too tempted to use our character that can't really do anything.

    At least with a fly we'd be able to stalk dearest Flosi.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:28 No.15740589
    >>15740538
    >Which, I assumed, would sound really cool.
    It doesn't. Like, I like this thread, I think you have a decent talent for a quest, but that is heading for a brick wall sooner or later.
    >And that brings up some cool issues about interactivity, because deciding what to focus would change the stories drastically, so it actually is effecting the world, despite claiming not to.
    How?

    The real reason people did not get it is because lacking interactivity is pretty much the one thing Quest Threads do not do, and your thread proclaims Quest in the header. I'd bet anything the guy saying 'Listen' did not think 'Listen' was and would be the only option available.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:28 No.15740594
    we must ask ourselves, we who are so proud of out "acomplishments" 'what is our place in the cosmic perspective of life?'.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:29 No.15740604
    >>15740538
    Can you draw? Cause this sounds like it would be better suited as a MSPA rather than a /tg/ quest.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:39 No.15740693
    >>15740538
    What's funny is, Omnipotence quest was constantly pushed to be similar to this. People just wanted to watch stuff happen with minimal interference. The difference between that and this is that in Omnipotence quest we could interact and change things beyond just who we watched if we wanted to. There are plenty of people on /tg/ who would be happy to participate in Writequest: The Authoring provided you're a decent writer, but it would be nice to have at least a small ability to influence events.

    Anyway, what are the three men you mentioned talking about?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:43 No.15740735
    >>15740693

    What he said. Even being able to move, like, not hovering or anything, but sort of subtly influence the strings of fate to have a shift in the dirt to make us roll out into the street, shit like that.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)01:44 No.15740752
    >>15740478
    Let's see...

    Definitely three men. Two of them seem kind of aggressive, and the third is just breathing heavy and scared.

    >Man1
    "You think this is funny?"

    >Man2
    "Fucking people over?"

    >Man1
    "People who have been really fucking patient with you?"

    >Man2
    "Right in the ass..."

    >Man1
    "Really patient."

    >Man2
    "But we've got our limits."

    >Man1
    "And you reached 'em."

    >Man2
    "And now you're gonna have to pay the piper"

    >Man1
    "Pay him big time"

    >Man2
    "Oh yeah."


    God, what a bunch of faggots.


    >Man3
    "O... okay, I understand... I'll do whatever you want, okay?"

    >Man1
    "Oh we know"

    >Man2
    "You better"

    >Man1
    "Or else"

    >Man2
    "...yeah"

    >Man1
    "Okay, get out of here. The Boss has a job for you upstairs."
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:45 No.15740767
    >>15738459
    >What would you like to do?

    Wait for some kickass mushrooms to start growing in my recesses.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:51 No.15740824
    >>15740752
    Alright, this might be promising. Let's see what goes on upstairs. Also, is their any way for us to, like, extend our sight or something? You know, so we can actually see what's going on in there?
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)01:54 No.15740863
    >>15740588
    I played an interesting text adventure game where you were a dead body, and it made me want to try it.

    >>15740589
    It's not. There's also examine, remember, think, wait, follow / watch, etc.

    >>15740604
    I do not know what that is. And I'm not sure if I can draw.

    >>15740693
    >>15740735
    But you are influencing events. I mean... here, a quest doesn't work like real life. Let's take, for example, that fight described earlier between Hetur and Morsen. The events that follow that aren't written in stone at all, there's just a bunch of vague. So if /tg/ starts following one character, it might lead to a brutal and blood feud between the two of them, or if may lead to a character subtly poisoning another, or it may lead to all sorts of weird shit depending on what's focused on.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)01:56 No.15740892
    >Be the other guy.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:00 No.15740920
    >>15740863

    Yeah, it LEADS to things happening, but it's not like we know what's going to happen, we have no idea what our focusing could cause. It's not like we're going ">push boulder down mountain and see who it hits" or something along those lines, it's just, ">stay a while and see what happens". We're not ACTUALLY influencing it in terms of our actual character, at least not consciously.

    Despite all that, it's a very interesting concept, and the setting seems fun enough. We just need to be able to stretch our legs a little, if you'll excuse the joke. It's just good game design!
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)02:10 No.15741001
    >>15740824
    No, sorry. But you do have slightly better hearing that the average skull. So let's see what's going on up there...

    ...

    Okay, so the door's opening. That's Naljis, the owner of the in. And the other voice was the guy from the last room.

    >Naljis
    "Ah. No, there's no need to sit. Here, do you want something to drink?"

    >Man
    "No thank you sir."


    Fuck, this guy sounds familiar. I should know this...


    >Naljis
    "I care about my employees, you know. So when someone like you gets involved with them, I get real worried, yah?"

    >Man
    "I know, sir. It won't happen again"

    >Naljis
    "Yeah, I know. but I still need payment. Your sister might-"

    >Man
    "NO! Sir, please. Anything else. Anything."

    >Naljis
    "Mmm, well... come here."


    Oh... oh! Fuck, no. That's... no. That's not... appropriate. He's um... servicing him. I think. I am really sorry for this.


    >Naljis
    "Mmm, don't worry Luret. You work for me now."


    Luret? Huh. That's the name of Hetur's son.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:10 No.15741002
    >>15740863
    >I played an interesting text adventure game where you were a dead body, and it made me want to try it.

    Then you shouldn't have made us a god-king. Dead god-king makes us think that we need to figure out how to get up and get back to being a god-king, not "hey what's my waifu doing over there?"
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:31 No.15741172
    >>15741001
    I wish I could have not heard that. I don't even have fingers with which to plug my non-existant ears!

    Do we have a way to temporarily turn off our senses? Because that would have come in handy about ten seconds ago.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)02:37 No.15741215
    >>15740920
    Yes, yes... 1.) maybe Corpse "Quest" wasn't the best title. But it does sound cool. 2.) a better explanation might be due at the beginning. But this did create some interesting emergent-type gameplay.


    >>15740274
    >>15740461
    This world, as far as anyone can tell, is a flat plane that expands infinitely in all directions. There is no "sun", only a haze in the sky that is seemingly locked in place. So in other words, every location has it's own unique weather that never changes.

    Most of the world has rock as the ground and intensely hot or cold temperatures. The few stable areas are usually in bizarre, highly isolated places: enormous floating boulders, deep pit cities with sheer edges, high flat-top mesas, completely enclosed caves with glowing rock, small areas surrounded entirely by fog, etc. Each area has it's own form of government and means of commerce.

    Transportation is done by weird linking-pebbles. It's impossible to tell them from a normal pebble, but when you touch them, you are instantly teleported to the linked-pebble. These are extremely valuable and carefully regulated by each city as they are found.

    And so forth.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:38 No.15741221
    God fucking damnit, now I am a skeleton. I thought of having those "second chance" artifacts were a bad a idea, now here I am. Took my fucking years to get my soul back from the very hands of kelemvor then back to the fucking maze.

    And I tell you, it's much harder impress ladies when one is all bone, polished or not. Some clerics come back trying to shoo the evil negative energy.

    Is it so fucking hard that some stay alive through sheer force of will? That and artifacts, fruits. Whatever.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:39 No.15741232
    >>15741215
    >But this did create some interesting emergent-type gameplay.

    You mean the many attempts to escape or otherwise become mobile in some way or even to create our own universe?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:41 No.15741245
    So Hetur has an older son and daughter from an earlier marriage?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:47 No.15741300
    Manipulate bums, train them to be master enchanters, necromancers and transmuters.

    Build armor, mould your soul with it. Profit! Carrying your skull like a god damn badass.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)02:48 No.15741313
    >>15741172
    Ah, yes. Much like how you can close your eyes, you can also close your hearing, smelling, taste, etc. but it takes a concerted effort, so you can't jut hibernate for millenia

    >>15741245
    Yes. He also has an elder daughter named Berga. She doesnt live with them anymore, and sends fairly large amounts of money every now and then. From some gossip around town, I've heard that she's a kept-woman, a courtesan, for a rich businessman across the river. As for Hetur's wife, she died from an illness a few years back. Shortly afterward he married Unne, Morsen's daughter.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:54 No.15741385
    >>15741313
    Has Berga ever stepped on us?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)02:56 No.15741399
    Am I currently positioned in a well traveled road?

    Insult everyone. Foulest insults you come up with, they'd might carry you out of spite.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)03:06 No.15741487
    >>15741385
    Hmm... Yes, she must have she she was a child, but I can;t remember specifically. The past few years I've only seen her once or twice.

    >>15741399
    You are.

    You fling insults that put ( >>15740261 ) to shame. Your rage is indescribably. But nothing happens.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)03:07 No.15741493
    Well, I'll probably stop soon.

    But this has given some valuable lessons in the world of skull-based storytelling. I'll try to try this again eventually, with some revamps. New background player info, new introduction, new title, new setting, new characters, etc.

    For those of you who are interested, parts of the story were vaguely inspired by Njal's Saga, and likewise the names were bastardized from Icelandic names. Also, an interesting, but not-too-good text adventure game called ( http://www.illuminatedlantern.com/?page_id=21 )
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:15 No.15741566
    >>15741493
    YOU SHOULD'VE GIVEN US SOME WAY TO MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE

    FLOSSI'S LIFE IS TERRIBLE WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING- HOW CAN YOU MAKE SYMPATHETIC CHARACTERS LIKE THAT AND THEN TELL US TO WATCH HER SUFFER? ARE YOU THE WARLORD WHO KILLED US?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:20 No.15741601
    >>15741566
    This post is evidence that OP's experiment is working, even if it's not optimum.

    Well done, OP. I'm looking forward to CQ2.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)03:32 No.15741679
    >>15741566
    Well, in case we don't meet these characters again:

    Part of the story which wasn't revealed is that she was previously semi-engaged to Karis, one of Morsen's sons. Although he loves her, Hetur has set up an exorbitant bridal fee. So in order to gain the money, he's been working for the city watch at night.

    One potential sub-plot involves him stumbling across Luret during his night watch activities, and finding him in the middle of one of his hard gay exploits. He would then blackmail Hetur into fixing all these problems, allowing he and Flosi would live happily ever after.

    But then again, other possible outcomes were bad, and some were mixed, like Karis semi-kidnapping / semi-eloping with Flosi.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:34 No.15741693
    >>15741566
    >YOU SHOULD'VE GIVEN US SOME WAY TO MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE

    You know what really would have helped? Some (extremely limited) psychic abilities. Nothing like mind control or telekinesis, but just enough to put a passing thought into someone's head, make them notice something they might have otherwise missed, or give them a mild headache.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:39 No.15741734
    Don't listen to any of these assholes telling you to change the way your quests work.
    This is gold; pure gold.
    It completely demonstrates the futility of quest threads and recreates a truly palpable sense of frustration that would come with being the character that your quest created.
    This is an absolute treasure.
    I can only hope that dozens more quests are created along this vein.
    Concrete Block Quest.
    Dustbunny Quest.
    Old cup of pudding with balled up napkin in it quest.

    It's like modern social commentary art.
    You are a genius.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)03:40 No.15741737
    >>15741693
    That's a pretty good idea. The revised background I'm thinking of would make the main character some kind of magician or something who screwed up and is now stuck like this.

    And, you know what? Maybe even just have it be a spirit. Like a ghost or something, I dunno.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:47 No.15741797
    >>15741734
    I second this

    Let a new wave of futility and despair wash across /tg/

    No you cannot fight the power, but you CAN watch passively as the power gets it's way
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:48 No.15741807
    >>15741734
    >>15741797
    GRIMDARK QUEST: THE GRIMDARKENNING
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:50 No.15741815
    >>15741807
    Oh FUCK NO!

    IT'S HAPPENING AGAIN!
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)03:52 No.15741828
    OP, make the next one just like this. It's amazing.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)04:06 No.15741906
    >>15741734
    >>15741797
    I can't even tell if this is serious anymore but thank you.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)04:10 No.15741927
    >>15741906
    It's come full circle, then. We've transcended a mere "trolling/serious post" binary.

    I can't even tell if I'm trolling now or not, and I don't care. It's beautiful.
    >> CQ !mTAesHqdeM 07/29/11(Fri)04:14 No.15741952
    >>15741927
    >>15741828
    I've actually changed my mind too. My original idea was dumb, but somehow what ended up happening was much more interesting.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)04:55 No.15742193
    I do like this idea quite a bit, but I do agree with some of the other comments.

    While reading through the thread, I was indeed drawn in by the surroundings, but as soon as I learned more about our own character, I was most interested in him, I mean... dead god-king? Sheesh!

    If we were simply a skull, alive for reasons it could not discern, with a memory that had faded with the ages until it had no identity, THEN it might be easier to be less self-centered. As-is, it is just far too tempting to learn about this one character, even knowing there is nothing he can do. You just want to get picked up so badly, you know?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)05:03 No.15742245
    >>15742193
    Exactly what I said. A dead god king who is still present in the world is "Dead God-King quest", wherein the objective is to regain power and surpass that baby-eater king to once again become the most evil king in the world. And with our soul bound to our bones, we would be immortal and therefore even closer to being a god-king than before.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)05:06 No.15742278
    >>15738462
    Reading the instructions now it becomes clear we were just supposed to look at things, but before OP actually told us this straight up it seemed like

    >and you still have your mind to think about things.

    >Well, you're a smart guy, I'm sure you'll figure it all out.

    implied that we were supposed to figure out a way to get back into the game of life, or unlife.
    >> QUEST HIJACKER 07/29/11(Fri)05:20 No.15742353
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    A very peculiar series of events unfolds right in front of a you.

    Under your watchful gaze, a man pulling a cart passes by. On the cart there are a number of fruits, probably destined to be sold on the market. However, a single orange seems to be rejecting its fate.

    The cart is thrown a bit by a rock that happens to be in its path (was it there before? You could've sworn that the road was smooth), throwing off a single fruit.

    The fruit bounces on the ground a few times, rolling away from you, until a young kid acrossthe street tries to grab it. He misses for the first time and the orange rolls away, but unavailed by the failure, he tries again.

    As he runs after the rolling fruit, he skips on something, falling face forward to the ground... or he would have, if there wasn't a small tree growing in the way. As it is, the kid headbutts the tree with considerable force, even knocking few of the loose leaves free. He is alright though, and he got the orange!

    One of the leaves falls towards you and lands on your skull. And you hear a voice.

    "Hey. How's it going?"
    >> Anonymous 07/29/11(Fri)05:27 No.15742410
    >>15742353
    Begin a conversation, discuss the weather and the fate of Flossi
    >> QUEST HIJACKER 07/29/11(Fri)05:38 No.15742497
    >>15742410
    Well, uh. This is new. You haven't talked to anyone since you died. Well, more aptly you have talked to people they just haven't talked back. If mentally screaming at them is talking anyway.

    "Uh, hello. Nice weather, isn't it?"
    "Yeah, pretty good."
    "I just love laying here feeling the wind carass my bones. Though, a bit more humidity would be good. I'm really tired of this dry dust in my mouth. Say, do you know what happened to Flossi?"
    "Flossi? I don't know anyone named like that. I just arrived on that cart you know. Hanging around, helping out people, trying to change history so my death doesn't happen..."



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