>AC-Quest will be after I feed animals, but first I need to ask...>Why is there so little discussion/conversation in the threads?>It seems like every other quest has a lot of conversation in the background, be it long term planning, inane commentary, or wild speculation.>All AC-Quest has is a couple of off comments, 99% of which are from/to/in relation to/etc Mooch.>Anyway, previous threads here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=AC%20Quest>Also, the twitter: https://twitter.com/ArmoredQuest
>>19931286Huh. That is a fine question. I'd blame not enough Armored Core in our lives, and go work on fixing it, but then I'd have to miss the quest.
>>19931286>>Why is there so little discussion/conversation in the threads?Not sure honestly. It is weird now that you mention it.
>>19931286Because you keep us captivated to the point we just hang on your every word and when you r not here we post mecha porn.
>>19931286I... Never noticed honestly. Personal guess? High stress situation where we need to stay focused.There is wild speculation however, typically. Inane commentary is usually when Mooch is involved. Long term planning is kind of shot right now because we're focusing on "What in the fuck is going on."
>I guess it doesn't really matter.>I would like to thank Udz for continuing to troll the various quest threads in my absence.>It amuses me to no end that every time I go to read up on one in the archives, I can always find him just in time for things to go to hell. Not always his fault, but the fact that he managed to slip in 'masturbate' in the one 'magical' girl quest at a wildly inappropriate time made me laugh my ass off.>I miss doing that shit now that I'm almost to busy to run my OWN game.
>>19931347This is probably mostly it. I would assume that most of us that participate more than likely don't have a strong knowledge of Armored Core.And I think there is a lack of future planning because Alex and his team has been far too engaged in battling all these different enemies that we (or at least I) wouldn't really focus on what sort of Core to get in the long run.As for wild speculation, I've been imagining those two voices you occasionally allude to that protect and guide Alex and Liz (I think?) are like the trio of siblings from Minority Report, except not fake, are actually psychic and belong to some higher race of beings that is on humanity's side.
>>19931286The plot is so full of twists and turns that we really can't plan more than what we have...which was basically just win tournament to pay for new Hope. That and we just can't come up with better stuff than what you have thrown at us so why bother speculating about it?
>>19931422Oh, man, if I hadn't been at work, I would have laughed so hard that he did it. Shit, I still almost lost it.
>>19931350And once again I forget to namefag up for my first post. Shamefur Dispray.>>19931399>Personal guess? High stress situation where we need to stay focused.At the moment probably this. At least a bit. Plus the last time we speculated we kinda wound up causing you to create the rapetrain that is lances.
Also, it was totally an appropriate time.
>>19931423I could offer up some speculation, but they range from "somewhat likely" to "hollow earth" levels of crazy.
Because there's a General thread for the kind of discussion I like to have.
>>19931523>We haven't had one of those in a while, have we? I might do one tomorrow, I think I have the day off.>AC-Quest will begin shortly.
>>19931698No, I mean the kind of thread you find in /vg/.
You slice the next two cores out of your way."Who the blazes are you?" Your opponent asks, completely bewildered.You let out a hollow, short bark of a laugh. "If I had my way? No-one of consequence.""No really, what the fuck. You took out seven of my beta-grades in about as many seconds. There are seven people EVER who should be capable of that. Three of them work for us, two of them are DEAD, and the other two are already accounted for.""Clearly you either overestimate yourself, or underestimate what humans are capable of.""i highly doubt that. I think it's more likely that you're just very good at flying under the radar. VERY good if you can avoid getting our attention."[ ] Point out how little you've been trying to hide.[ ] Ask about the 'Conductors'.[ ] "Invest in better radar."
>>19931724>I didn't know there was a Core General.
>>19931852[ X] "Invest in better radar."
>>19931852[X] "Invest in better radar."Man fuck this guy.
>>19931852>[ ] "Invest in better radar."Pissing him off is a dangerous game. But when people get mad, they make mistakes. I should know. That's where we want this clown, mad enough to trip over his own feet, preferably into a grave.
>>19931852[X] Ask about the 'Conductors'.Information would be nice. As much as I like taunting him I hold that at a lower priority than getting more from him.
>>19931860He's talking about a quest general that sometimes pops up on /tg/.
>>19931852>[X] "Invest in better radar."
>>19931852[X] "Invest in better radar."Get him mad to the max.Makes it easier for us.
>>19931860Oh absolutely. Not the most active of threads, but we move along just fine. Heck, I even came into one of your threads and made a big post advertising us a while ago. Like, months ago.
>>19931852[x] "Invest in better radars then."
>I just realized I phrased that in a way that makes the last option sound like a clever jab instead of a conversation ender.>I realized this just in time to have everybody already vote for it.
>>19931938Wait, that wasn't meant as a jab?
>>19931975>Yes and no.>It was more of a 'Bond one-liner'.
>>19931938I think we all meant for that to be a snarky one liner to piss him off before actually trying to get info out of him.
>>19932001>.... That's not really what it is.>Should I go back an reword it or something?
>>19932026I'm fine with a Bond-esc one-liner.
>>19932026I'm fine with saying it and hanging up honestly.
>>19932026I'm fine with it being that kind of choice, it still sounds good no matter what it does.
>>19932026Up to you, I'm ok with it being a conversation ender simply because I doubt we'd get that much out of him anyway, but maybe we would, I don't know I can't read your mind through the internet...or at all sadly.
Hey, we could've just yelled "GIVE ME YOUR FACE!"
>>19932079Now don't start that again.
Fuck yes you started early>>19932086>>19932079I know some people are tired of it, but let's get real, GIVE ME YOUR FACE was some magical shit
>>19932079But we aren't Alex right now, we're Dervish.Need to be gone for about an hour, please don't get Dervish or Alex killed in the mean time if you can help it.
>>19932079You! NO! NOOO! NOOOOOOO! Bad anon BAD!
>>19932131Oh it was awesome, but first off, we're Dervish right now, not Alex, and second of all, we're not in any position to TAKE his face right now.It would be like saying "Freedom is the right of all sentient beings" to the bathroom mirror.
>>19932161> He doesn't start his day by saying "Freedom is the right of all sentient beings" to the bathroom mirror
"Invest in better radar." You quip, before launching yourself into the air and backwards."What the hell is that supposed to...." He comments, as his remaining forms mass up and rush you. Then a pair of missles fly out under you, and explode in the air directly ahead of Legion's swarm. Then a giant beam hits it, and refracts in a oddly beautiful kaleidoscope effect, before exploding into what can only be described as a laser-shotgun blast, shredding the handful of cores left."Much obliged for the save Captain.""No problem Sir." Captain Brenner's steady voice replies. "Though it's hard for it to be a save when you could have resolved the situation yourself."You chuckle. "You greatly overestimate my abilities. How are things looking back in Vegas?""Looks like the enemy's pulling back. A retreat?""Somehow I'm inclined to believe that it's more like regrouping. Alex and I just kicked the shit out of the hornet's nest.">Brb, getting snacks.
>>19932161I feel like doing that right now, actually. Gives me a chance to practice my Emprah.
So! Who wants to start the mecha porn?
>>19932173While he's gone.....>no conversation.Let's fix that. First off, didn't Dervish claim he only made it to Lieutenant Commander in the Pack? Why the hell would a Captain be calling someone they sit two ranks above 'sir'?Secondly, If Brenner's squad came to the rescue, that would mean that more than likely, the guy with the beam thing is the guy Dave fought. Where can we get our hands on that gun?Also, and this REALLY bothers me, what the hell game is Dervish playing? He deliberately loses to us, then helps us, then lies to us, then manipulates us..... Who the fuck is he, and why the hell has he taken an interest in us?
>>19932173He's gone, you know what to do
>>19932228Is he human?That's my question
>>19932228Part of me thinks we're gonna have to fight Dervish (for really reals) in the futureBut he showed us his char sheet...so maybe not?Maybe Dervish gets turned into a cyborg and is even more horrifying of an opponent?Am I just giving the GM ideas?
>>19932228Just because his official rank was LT Commander, he was also deep into sneaky shit, so...>>19932270Mostly, I'm fairly sure.
>>19932286Dervish already is a cyborg. IIRC, both eyes, a hand, and part(?) of his spine. At least.
>>19932228Well, I'm pretty sure he's human. He's also been in contact with those... Things, along with us, and denied them. Because he wants to stay hidden. My question? Why does he want to stay off the radar so much, what did he do that apparently makes him want to dive for cover permanently? Who did he piss off? What did he piss off? Does he just want to be a hermit, because its much easier to just get a shack in the middle of a desert than use an AC as odd and powerful as his.
>>19932298His right arm, at the shoulder if I remember the blurb correctly.
>>19932298my bad, I more meant like some kind of evil cyborg that Nine-Ball / the BBEG turns him into
>>19932308He has millions of dollars, and has said as much in passing.If he wanted to disappear, why hasn't he? He still went into the arena. He's still running around being badass.Didn't that one blurb also have him plotting to kill Fraide and his partner?
>>19932286If we do end up fighting Dervish we'll have to make sure things are extremely in our favor to have a snowball's chance in hell. We need to keep him at a large distance and keep on backing away from him and hopefully not get hit by his Karasawa while we fire at him.If he gets up close Alex is absolutely fucked, and with Master Duelist we have to be more than a move action away from him at all times or a single miss means he is in melee range and turns us into scrap.
>>19932308Mildly insane? Like how we play Alex?
>>19932351I think it was less "plotting to kill" and more of a run in with an old enemy. Which makes me think he may of stolen something from that pre-calamity archive. That, or he was in competition to get something that would be put into said archive.
>>19932281>>19932265I'm okay with this.
>Back-ish.YOU ARE ALEX RASTON.And you just came back into coms range of Vegas.[ ] Call Duke.[ ] Call your team.[ ] Call Mo-Betta.[ ] Call Josh.
>>19932407[X] Call Duke.He's coordinating things. We should get a sitrep from him.
>>19932407[x] TeamSorry other people, but we gotta take priority here. Is the Hope Colonists okay, is our sister okay, is everything fine, what happened, etc.
>>19932407>[ ] Call Duke.He's running this show, so we need to check in with him.
>>19932407[x] Call your team
>ALL THIS PARANOIA.>>19932286>You got the character sheet because he was the perspective character during an action scene. You got the same with Mooch that one time, remember?>granted, I never said how complete/accurate the sheet was.
>>19932407 [X] Call your team.Time to take a headcount.
>>19932407The team! The team!
>>19932407Didn't Dervish ask us to pass along some sort of really important information as soon as we got back?[X] Call Mo-Betta.
>>19932439>granted, I never said how complete/accurate the sheet was.Oh fuck.Oh FUCK.Why do you have to toy with us like this AC-Guy? And why do we enjoy it so much.
>>19932454Wait, did he? I can't remember...
>>19932513Neither can I, but I triple check the thread to make sure I'm in the right one before posting, so take that as you will.
>>19932513Yes he did. But then Brenner showed up and vaporized what was left, but Alex doesn't know that.
>>19932513Check the last thread.... http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/19852682/#p19855527>Then Dervish starts giving you instructions. "When you get back, call my team and tell them that Scenario 'B' looks like our most accurate prediction."
>>19932547Oh crap, right!Call them. Call them right now.
rolled 5 = 5>Team wins, right?>I'll start typing that up...
>>19932547Oh yeah! Best do that immediately.
You call your team."Alex?" Mooch's voice returns. "Thank fuck you're alive.""What's the situation?" You ask, as you ping his signal and get a location for the team."It's quiet right now, people seem to be backing off the main assault and such. We've all taken a few hits. Ari seems to be the worst of us right now." Your heart skips a beat "Nothing too serious, but she's never seen real combat before and this is one hell of a trial by fire."Inwardly you curse. "I'm only a minute out.""Roger that, we'll wait for you." he responds as he breaks the connection.>You've got time for one more call.
[x] Dervish's team.
>>19932694Dervish's team. We need to relay that information.
>>19932694Best call Dervish's team.
>>19932694Dervish, call his team!
>>19932694[x] Dervish's team.
You link up the com line to the frequency Dervish gave you before. A moment Later, Steve answers you. "Alex! hey, Dervish tried to link up with you....""He did. Bailed me out of a fight and then sent me back ahead of him to pass something along.""And that was?""He said something about how 'Scenario B' was the closest guess you had.""Son of a- Thanks Alex."[ ] Ask him how things are where he's at.[ ] Ask him what Scenario 'B' is.[ ] Hang up, meet with team.
>>19932843[X] Ask him what Scenario 'B' is.
>>19932843[X] Ask him what Scenario 'B' is.Activate power nose, good night internet peoplze
>>19932843 [X] Hang up, meet with team. He's probably got things to do, and we need to check on Ari.
>>19932843[x] "Vegas got attacked, I'm being assaulted by what I can only assume is Attack of the Clones gone horribly wrong, hearing people tell me of what I should and shouldn't do in my head when I pass out, and that isn't even the short of it. No secrets, just tell me what Scenario B is, please."
>>19932886Wait i lied, one more for you before i turn in
"What the hell is Scenario 'B' anyway?""It's pretty simple. We got together and listed all the possible things that could explain the weird goings on shortly before that clusterfuck at the end of the tournament happened. We then basically went down the list alphabetically. A being the worst possible case scenario....""So wait, a group consisting of spies and mercenaries put on their tin-foil hats and dreamed up a list of bad shit? and this is the SECOND worst thing you could imagine happening?""Uh.... yes and no. I mean, your interpretation isn't wrong so much as it is inaccurate, but you're close enough to what I can explain in the time we've got to work with. That said, B was more or less the beginning of a 'total war' scenario on the local scale. If Dervish thinks that's the case, then likely the first attack was designed to get our measure instead of actually harm us. We'll likely be seeing the real attack soon."".... you should tell this to Duke.""Doing it now." He says, hanging up as you reach the small plaza your team's set up in."Hey Alex." Dave says. His core looks like it's taken a little bit of a beating. "Most of the outskirts have been evacuated, including the 'New Hope' area. Currently they're congregating towards the center for a more cohesive defense and/or evacuation. How do you want to play this?"[ ] As close to the edge of town as possible. Try to minimize collateral.[ ] Inside the defensive lines, catch any that slip through.
>>19933077 [X] As close to the edge of town as possible. Try to minimize collateral.Tough call. Gotta do the most we can though
>>19933077[X] As close to the edge of town as possible. Try to minimize collateral.People's safety is more important than killing off the enemy.
Close to the edge of town.
>Choice noted.>Things have slowed a lot, and something just came up on my end.>If this thread's here tomorrow I'll keep going. Feel free to post any questions/comments here I'll answer them when I can.
>>19933322Any chance we could get sheets for the rest of our team? It'd be cool to see where everyones at.
>>19933322Right when I get back too...Since you have things really well planed out and know multiple different paths we could have taken, how are we doing? I know we aren't in the best or worst routes but have we managed to at least get to the not that bad route or even the pretty good route?
>>19933400>It's hard to say how 'good' you're doing.>While there are routes where more terrible things happen, terrible things are going to happen at some point in all of them.>You're in a 'good' route, as far as alignment goes anyway. As for how you've done thus far....>You've lost Hope. There was a possible route where Hope survived with damage, and everybody on your team would be in a better place emotionally/psychologically.>Laurie's on a vague path to recovering from some deep Issues, You've got Dave to open up, Ari's doing about as well as can be expected since she didn't get fielded in that fight with the experimental core.>Elsie you've thus far managed to make tap dance up and down the line between recovering properly and having a severe emotional breakdown. Currently you're leaning slightly more towards the happy side of that spectrum, but she's still one solid terrible thing from potentially going off the deep end.>I can't comment on others connected to your group, since that's pretty much all spoilers territory. I will say that I'm a bit surprised that you've warmed up to Dervish as much as you have, seeing as how from an IC perspective he's an emotionally distant bad-ass who's mostly lied to you.>Liz has some 'fun' coming up in her immediate future.
>>19933399>Maybe eventually. I don't like handing those out unless you need them, since Alex doesn't have psychic mind powers that let's him know everyone's darkest secrets.
>>19933552Well, then I guess we'll need to develop psychic mind powers.
>>19933576"Uh, Bro? Why are you staring at me like that?""I am attempting to read your mind.""I just got to see Elsie mostly naked helping her try on dresses. Do you REALLY want to see what I'm imagining doing to her?""GAH! MY BRAIN!"
>>19933647>Motherfucker made me spit my drink out.>Best part is that I could see EXACTLY THAT happening.
>>19933647Five star post Raven.
>>19933527>Saved Hope.Fuck, really? I remember you saying something about that actually.>LaurieDidn't know it was THAT bad, but at least he's getting better.>DaveTo be totally honest, I didn't see his plot twist coming. I had a vague guess about Laurie, I think I might know what Dervish's deal is, but Dave got me completely out of left field.>AriYeah, we should have put her out there during the experimental core fight. Oh well, hind sight's 50/50.>Elsie.... We need to huddle up and get a plan here guys. We're doing something wrong, and we need to figure out what it is.>DervishYeah, this guy. What is even his Deal? If he was even SLIGHTLY less compelling as a character, I'd be calling him a bullshit mary-sue. As it is, I feel oddly intrigued. It's always interesting when a GM puts a high level NPC in the area, if only to see how they handle the power-gap.>LizI am now terrified for our adorable little lesbian.Actually, wait, is she a lesbian? Or is she Bi or something? I remember her making comments towards Will.Speaking of Will, he was acting weird. I think he had an 'inappropriate to proper emotional distance' crush, and ended up crushed when she hooked up with Abby.Then, full tin-foil hat time,. he tried to kill her, then killed Mitch to cover his tracks. he's going pycho because his Waifu's out of bounds now.
>>19933751>50/50Fuck me, I'm high. I MEANT to say 20/20.
>>19933751So far Liz has been... unconcerned about sex.
>>19933751>We're doing something wrongOur constant seizures probably aren't helping. and she keeps saying that we're acting "weird"
>>19933751>>19933761>>19933770>On the topic of Liz's sexuality.... It's not so much that she doesn't have an interest or a drive. Or lacks an attraction to anybody. Or even swings a particular way. She just craves intimacy. She just sees that sort of thing from a slightly different angle from most people.>She doesn't define people by relationships, but just by how 'close' she feels.>In all honesty, probably the only things keeping her from being the 'free spirited lovable slut' type is the fear of babies/stds and the fact that it honestly hasn't occurred to her.
>>19933844>It should also be noted that she gets the same 'Whee I'm loved' emotional high most people get from sex off of a hug. Or a kiss, or a high five.>Liz is a pretty cheerful person on the whole.
>>19933844Ooh. I can dig that. Pretty well, I think.And now, I think I shall bid you all a good night.
>>19933843Actually, I think I know exactly what we're doing wrong. She's depending on us too much for emotional support. We are, quite literally, the only pillar she has that's keeping her from collapsing into herself.I'm no psychiatrist, so I don't know what we can do about it, but it is a problem.
>>19933893I think that's part of it.It's not so much that we're her only support so much as we're all she has left from her perspective.The answer to both of these is obvious: we need to do things that build up her self esteem and self reliance in a way that neither distances her from us or involves using us as a crutch. Here's my suggestion: talk to Mom. See if she can talk Kate/Ari/Elsie into joining her for some sort of 'girls only' things. Like shopping or a trip to the spa or something.
>>19933878>Liz is pretty cheerful.No fucking shit. If I had a mini orgasm every time I got a hug I'd probably wander through life dazed and with a shit eating grin plastered on my face.
>>19934069That does sound like a good idea. Here's hoping its not too late for down time stuff though...
>>19934138I'm sure it'll come up. And it is indeed a good idea.
>>19934111I'd be surprised if you didn't.
So, thought about it a little on my way to work, and I think it's hard to plan, when we were still pretty unstable. Then, when things were looking to stablize some, suddenly the tournament's a trap, and Vegas is under attack, shaking things up all over again.
>>19939125That dosen't stop us from at least having a vague idea of where we want to be.I think we should make a checklist of goals for the quest, and see how many we can accomplish.Also, AC-Guy, out of curiosity: Who's the hardest character for you to write? The easiest? The most fun?Just wondering.
>>19939219Proposed checklist:[ ] Help team past their respective issues.[ ] Get the survivors of Hope somewhere stable and decent, long-term.[ ] Solve the mystery of 'The Conductors'.[ ] Solve the mystery of 'Dervish'.[ ] Solve the mystery of 'Nine-Ball'.Feel free to add to this list.
>>19939265Well, the burb of Vegas we're in now should be stable and decent in the long--term, quite possibly with an additional influx of cash, beyond paying off the initial debt for the area.I think the real question should be, do we want to try and set up another independent colony? A "New Hope," if you will.
Aand I'm out of useful comments/content to bump with, so, oh well.
Life support bump.Had another power outage last night, so that's why I disappeared without warning.
>>19943758Invest in backup power supplies?
>>19939265[ ] Ninja proof everything
>>19944122Really needs to be done.
>>19939309You mean the place currently being attacked by a homicidal AI who wants to suffer and/or die?I feel we can do better than that.>>19944122>>19944188Seriously. We should see if we can get Dervish to break in, just to find all the security loop-holes and shit.
>>19944742Well, he's attacking all of Vegas. Not just our 'burb. If it wasn't a homicidal AI, or lunatics (Black Rock) Vegas isn't gonna get attacked.Before we get Dervish to break in, we make sure our comms are resecured.
>>19943826Trust me I WISH I could afford a generator. I had the battery out of my laptop to improve the cooling, and the outage caught me off guard.
>>19945689So bad timing and the world hates you?
>>19945916Bad timing yes. But in the words of Marcus Aurelius: "Is your cucumber bitter? Throw it away. Are there briars in your path? Turn aside. That is enough. Do not go on and say, 'Why were things of this sort ever brought into this world?'"
>>19945989I don't know about bitter cucumbers, but I do try to avoid sour ones.
>Hey guys, I REALLY hate to do this, especially since I was looking forward to the next bit....>But I'm pretty sure my dog is dieing. And I feel like that's more important right now.>Maybe I can do this tomorrow. Right now though, I think AC-Quest is cancelled. I'll keep answering questions and comments as I can though.
>>19946573Oh, balls. Good luck, dude.
>>19946573Take as long as you need, we can go a few days without a new thread.
>>19946573I was visiting my grandparents when their old dog died. I know how it feels.
>>19946573That's pretty serious. Hope he makes it though AC-Guy, real life stuff like that is more important.
>>19946573Take care of real life before the waiting mass of fictionals and anons
>>19946644>>19946678>>19946682>>19946685>>19946737>Thanks for being understanding.>To be totally honest though, we've been expecting it. Most of us were surprised she survived the winter.
>>19946573Shit man, hope things get better.
>>19946766>Same dog actually.
>>19946754I'm in a similar boat with my childhood dog.Just stick by her to the end.
>>19946754Still sucks, man. I had a cat die last year, after she'd stuck around through a house fire and all the bullshit that entailed. I was friggin' wreck.
>>19946997House pets are tenacious little things.
>At least it's over.
>>19947787You gonna be okay man?
>>19948230>I've suffered considerably worse than a dead animal. To be honest I'm not even that upset. She was getting to be in a bad way to the point that we were seriously considering having her put down.>I'm more worried about my mother. She tends to take these things a lot harder than the rest of us.
>>19939219>Just noticed this post.>Hardest character to write is a toss-up between Dervish and Steve. Steve I just feel I haven't QUITE nailed the half-assed arrogant swagger he has yet. Dervish is for kinda spoiler-y reasons.>Easiest is pretty much everyone else so far. One thing I've prided myself on is the ability to create believable and interesting characters. One of the side effects to this is that I pretty much always know how they're going to react in a given situation. I honestly believe that if you put enough love and attention into a character, they'll take on a life of their own and literally write themselves.>Deciding which one is the most fun is like asking a parent which child is their favorite. If I had to pick one, I'd say Ari probably. I don't have a younger sister, but I do have an older one. She inspired a lot more of Ari's base personality than she'll ever know. But it's really interesting how much the age-swap affects the dynamics of the relationship. Alex is much closer to her, Ari's more of a risk taker since she has a guardian angel of sorts, and a million other details I feel I get across in writing, but it's hard to sit down and quantify.>I enjoyed writing this post far more than I thought I would.
>>19947787My condolences>>19948710It might sound weird but it always seemed like you had fun when writing Ari, but maybe that's just because of what she's gotten to do so far.Is there any character you'd like us to spend more time with just so you can write them more or work on getting their personality figured out?Not saying we'll do it but you never know.
So, what sort of adventures did we miss out on with Liz by not picking her at the start?
>>19949483>Actually, I like how you've seemingly made most, if not all, choices from Alex's perspective.>And Ari really brings out another side to most of the cast. I think that's the main reason I enjoy her.>>19952715>For one, the original situation you would have had a lot more control over. beyond much I can't say anything that isn't currently spoilers.
>>19953616Filthy, filthy spoilers.
>>19953636>I'm sorry, but there's a lot of intrigue in the background. If one route was to have you find out that, as an example, Ken was a spy by walking in on him, and that normally wouldn't be revealed until two chapters later when he double-crossed you.....>Not saying Ken's a spy. In fact he's probably one of the more trustworthy minor characters.
>>19953666Oh, dude, no worries. It was a joke.
>>19953682I know. I think the internet has collectively destroyed man's ability to detect sarcasm.
>>19953763You may well be right.
>Armored Core Questwhy the turtleneck dicksquare rolling wet assdonkey mountain goat this has never been mentioned on /m/? I fucking had to click the wrong bottom page link to discover it.what the actual fuck.
>>19953980>No idea what to tell you there.>I've also been building a game system for eventual commercial release.
>>19953980Out of curiosity, does that mean you're going to bring this back to /m/?
>>19954063Whatever. just direct me to a sum of our statusand with status I mean AC equipment
>>19954184>Uh..... It's been posted a couple of times.... but it'll take me a minute to actually dig it up.>The only core that's been given a solid stat-line for the players to look at is Alex's, but it was built here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/18616965/>Honestly though, we're in some down-time. It might just be a good idea to read the archives so you know where we're at plot-wise.
I'd link to the pastebin with the system primer, but I don't have the link on my phone
>>19954274Yeah, I was going to read them anyway.I'll keep you under my radar.