http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/20078387/The Xel'Naga have returned, stepping out of a massive resurrection crystal fueled by a psionic entity. They have summoned a fleet of nearly 200 worldships, and the first ships have just docked, unloading Makers into their ships. There are still many on the surface, though.The Xel'Naga have sworn to put us to the test, to determine if we are truly Perfect. We have no idea how this test will proceed.
>>20169438Quick sing jaunty show tunes! Also, did we remember to pready a nuclear strike?
>>20169438I'm still advocating an attack on those shuttles and the Xel'Naga by our CORE forces, false-flagging as a separate faction.
>>20169507That works too.
>>20169481Artisanlord's show had plenty of show tunes.I don't recall anybody asking to ready nukes, but Toaster has some on standby.>>20169507CORE blitz: 1>>20169530er...2?
>>20169572One vote AGAINST firing on the Xel'Naga.And the Andromeda Galaxy was a bust.Prepare another long-range exploration Heighliner, this time to go to the Pegasus Galaxy.Tell Accountantbrate to free up resources and begin construction of more Heighliners for extra-galactic colonization.
>>20169572It's the correct too, as in also. Grammar Naziness away! And I just checked, apparently the fist time anyone mention prepping nukes was my first post last thread. At least I'm consistent.
>>20169572Ohyeah, we should also have Toaster redo our system of storing nukes so that no more than 12 megatons are at risk of chain-detonating at any time.And probably hire some non-infested terrans as officers and scientists to do troubleshooting. Nuke World being ready to pop in response to any detonation is a perfect example of why our Swarm could use some serious (in the background) troubleshooting. :P
>>20169620Unless of course you count the times it was mentioned in thread 95. Then Henrick was first.
>>20169607Ohyeah, and we want AT LEAST one Carrier, Battlecruiser or Love Muffin (if they can be controlled by a zerg creature or cyberbrate at those ranges) to be constructed with 5th dimensional support and a Slipspace engine.If we're going to explore galaxies with scout ships, I want a scout with more hitpoints than an overlord.
>>2016962212 megatons is tiny. The Tsar Bomba was 50 after all. The idea is good, but the number is wrong. 500 megatons is a better number.
>>20169622>so that no more than 12 megatons are at risk of chain-detonatingNukes can't chain-detonate unless they are specifically set up to do so. As in, they are sent a detonation signal.Otherwise the explosives will detonate but without the proper timing won't cause the nuclear material to go super-critical.
>>20169620I was actually asking if you were voting for Henrik's false flag attack.>>20169641Fine, fine, nukes are prepared.
>>20169734Why did I forget about that very important fact about nuclear weapons? But still, eggs in chickens in baskets and all.
>>20169734(They won't pop even if they're at the source of a nuclear detonation?)Either way, in CAnon's universe they apparently do. :P
>>20169779>They won't pop even if they're at the source of a nuclear detonation?No, they won't. To even think so indicates a fundamental lack of understanding concerning how nuclear weapons work.
>>20169794I blame psionics, or glowing blue protoss crystals. Crazy space magic always screws with physics.
>>20169794I don't, I admit. That's why I asked, it wasn't sarcastic, believe it or not.Anyway, I still say we should get the nukes properly stored and a bunch of human troubleshooting teams since our Cerebrates don't seem able to spread their minds as well as thousands of human minds can.Since we don't seem able to get a consensus about having CORE kill the crap out of the Xel'Naga themselves, how about we literally ask them what form our test will take (and get working on a slipspace-capable ship that won't pop to anything less than a hundred kilotons - for scouting).
>>20169876>ask them what form our test will takeThat's what we were going towards last thread, until you threw in attacking the Xel'Naga at the beginning of this one.
>>20169876We can support the CORE attack with nukes, wont that be fun. But we should build an exact replica of Xenta, right down to the orange roof on Artisanlord's outhouse. We might have to set up a fake tollbooth to slow the Xel'Naga down though.
rolled 85 = 85yea ask lets use diplomacy !
>>20169895Actually I threw attacking them at the beginning. And this is the argument we were having last week, but then it was Ask, CORE, blow up a heighliner.
>>20169940>>20169929>>20169912>>20169895>>20169876You guys come to a decision, yet?
>>20169964Ask what the test will be, while the CORE attacks, with nukes?
>>20169895We're the FLIPPIN' ZERG!The occasions where we can't choose to "DO EVERYTHING!" should be quite few. :PHeck, when we're looking for something on a planet, our standard method of searching ought to be "Colonize the entire thing. I expect you to be done within 3-4 days".>>20169912I thought all our attacks were supported by nukes by default by now. x)Also, have we sent out emitter-clusters with our psionic imprint across the galaxy to create false positives in case they have a way to track us similar to what the terrans developed?>>20169929Don't roll before you're asked to. It's a crappy idea. Trust me.
>>20169964Have Labbrate put Carrier-class shield generators on a heighliner, fill it with battlecruisers, Guardians, Wraiths, Mutalisks, Scourge, and Cloaklords. Send it to the Pegasus Galaxy to look around.Ask the Xel'Naga what form this test of perfection is going to take.
>>20169986You suggesting we do the mutually exclusive actions of talk with the Xel'Naga while attacking them?Most of your plans are really stupid and bad.
>>20170029How are they mutually exclusive? Cyberbrate would be controlling the CORE forces, since he's the only one who can. And I do understand that it's not a very good plan, but then again none of them really are. Run and hide in another galaxy, Try to destroy the most powerful race in history. Hope that we roll well on the tests. Really, nuke it all seems like the most likely to work.
>>20170089The fact that the Xel'Naga will be unlikely to continue talking when they are under attack.I also doubt that our CORE ships and nukes will be sufficient to be able to actually do anything against the Xel'Naga.
>>20170109I never said we'd have a conversation with them. Just, you know, innocently ask at a very inappropriate time. Might even be able to do the whole white knight thing, and save them from certain defeat. Though, I will concede that my paranoia might be getting the better of me, again.
>>20170029We're false-flagging as CORE. That's the good thing about false-flagging entire factions.We can stay allied, WHILE ATTACKING THEM.And I counter that while my plans are not always well thought-through, most of the proposed ones are insufficiently grand in scale. :PThe best part about it is that we don't even have to win, we just have to kill and/or kidnap some Xel'Naga so that we can do some sciency stuff on them to find out what makes them tick! :P>>20169990Yes, do this!I still wanna create a better-armored slipspace capital ship for scouting, though.>>20170109Then attack a split second after they answer, then. Unless they don't look like they're going to, in which case we'd attack the crap outta them.
>>20170147>insufficiently grand in scaleFuck your stupidity. It's this kind of retarded thinking that got the Overmind killed.
>>20170089>>20170147Pretend the CORE ships are from a different faction, have them attack the Xel'Naga, destroy our own ships to win their trust: 1Nuke 'em: 1
Anyway, we're getting off-topic.Can we have a vote forCore Attack,Asking,BothOther Plan?
>>20170211My vote is to do neither of them. Just ask what form the test will take and send a scout task force to the Pegasus Galaxy.
>>20170218I vote for asking them, Pretending CORE ships are a different faction and destroying some/most/all of our ships to win their trust, and for nuking the Xel'Naga if the first two fail.
>>20170211No one's for nuking, I don't think.>>20170165No, the Overmind died because we guessed the wrong ship, were defending Char from Zeratul, and were already depleted from the whole disruptor mess. He didn't die because of a grandiose plan, he died because either we didn't have enough forces at Aiur, or because some of the other cerebrate didn't want to use the tactical data we were feeding them.
>>20170253Could you pick one at a time, please?>>20170297Oh, I thought you were for nuking.That'd make things:>>20170225Ask: 1
>>20170324Another vote for ask.We'll nuke them later.
>>20170324Ask, nuke later.
>>20170324I changed my mind, and switched to CORE attack. But since it seems we're at 2 for asking I'll switch just so we can move the plot a bit. Three for asking politely.
>>20170341>>20170352>>20170384The Maker we speak to replies to us, "Your display of culture has impressed us, Cerebrate. It is clear that the initial tests of intelligence are unnecessary. This leaves us with tests of form, tests of psionic control, and a final test of essence. If you wish, you may decide whether we should begin with the physical or psionic evaluation."It waits as its kin continue to load onto transports bound for the hulking ships overhead.
>>20170438Lets try the physical one.
>>20170438Let's go with tests of the physical. Get those out of the way.Also, while this is going on, Labbrate is to get that extra-galactic scout force on its way.
>>20170438"What king of physical test? SO I have to strip naked? Are there needles? Needle are scarey."
>>20170438*BLEEP*There's a very real chance we'd fail those, even if they're not decided by rolls.Frankly, the best way I can see out of this at the moment is to placate the Xel'Naga.I propose massive missuse of our anti-stasis fields (or what they're called, we do have those now that we can make arbiters as we like, or?) to accelerate the Protoss cloning program to fully integrate their way thinking and psionic capacity with our own, and creating a hybird (in that order of priority).>>20170495Amen, brother.
>>20170495Quick, while they're not looking, have our physical form do some push ups!/attempts push up.ARRGGGHHH/keeps attemptingOOONNEEE.Huff. Puff. Fuck it. Lets grow something to do pushups for us.
>>20170458>>20170463>>20170495>>20170530Physical: 2Sound crazy: 1Ignore Xel'Naga for cloning: 1
>>20170616This. Seriously, do it. :PI mean really try to ham up how our pauldronlisk is out of shape and thinks a few extra pushups behind their backs are going to help. x)
>>20170631I'm also voting for physical, since the "act crazy" thing only makes kinda-sense if he's preparing for one.And who said anything about ignoring the Xel'Naga? Unless I say otherwise, all my suggestions are "in addition to". :PUse warpfields to speed up cloning WHILE talking with the Xel'Naga and acting crazy before physical tests. :3
>>20170631Hey, I'm not sounding crazy. It's a joke, we don't wear clothes, and do we even have sensory nerves since we're just a big brain slug that runs on space-magic?
>>20170679Pretty sure we haven't unlocked the Time Dilation technology or the space-warping technology used in the Arbiters.We only have 5-dimensional materials that can be used as space-time structural supports, NOT to make the insides of our ships bigger than the outside.
"The first physical test shall be individual combat between one of your underlings and a psionic entity of our creation. Select your champion."
Something I just remember I was going to suggest, we should let Kerri know what's going on. "Hey, turns out the Overmind didn't kill all the Xel'Naga, and I may have told them I was the perfect being they were trying to create back in the day. And they're going to do some kind of test things, and who knows how that will turn out."
>>20170799I'm tempted to send a Zerglek.
>>20170799Send forth, a Power Armored Ultralisk with a quad-gauss turret. Have Nargil make sure that this particular Champion is the best we have; no expense is to be spared in developing this one.
>>20170756Very well. Then we take one of our arbiters, load them with gestating protoss, BREAK the hull to initiate the "rapid restoration system" or whatever it was called, and repeat.Call't cheating if you want, but until we can make the ship do it, we'll have to rely on the automated process. Plus, it makes sense that we'd exploit it in-story. :3>>20170799Load an overlord with as much explosive force in nukes as possible.Pick it.Advise the Xel'Naga that the duel needs to be held at an appropriate distance (outside the blast and radiation zone).
>>20170799Crap. So, a specially made Hunter Killer with the firebreathing, psi-lash, enhanced durability, and high platelet count, or... this is why we should have been trying to recreate what happened to Raynor with our igegs.
>>20170837We only have ONE Arbiter, and the Time Dilation System has to be manually triggered, and it's not dependent on the hull being compromised, and we haven't been able to get it to work after that one time.
>>20170854We could do a Hunter Killer with the new upgrades, but why not integrate the Hunter Killer genome into our Power Armored Ultralisk to make it even more overpowered?And it can breathe fire.And has increased platelets.And has a psi-lash.And has a quad-gauss rifle turret, so it can shoot while it lashes?
>>20170837>>20170827>>20170824Zerglek: 1Super-powered hydralisk: 1Nuke-filled overlord: 1
>>20170872Doesn't work that way, the firebreathing is actually just a hydralisk thing, unless Nargil works on it. And I neglected to mention the power armour, cloaking and shields that would come with it. But I also forgot that we could put AA on an ultralisk, so yeah, let's go with that. Even though the best thing would have been a Barron of Blades, an igeg that's been turned into the super infested terrans.
>>20170856We haven't been able to get it to work again? Darn.Still, we should have more Arbiters now. After all, we got the 5th dimensional materials that we missed.>>20170883I also think we should warn them that due to the inefficiency inherent in prominent and resource-heavy "champion" creatures, we do not have any formal champions and hope that the one we have selected will show why this is.If they complain afterwards, ask for time to create a champion of our own.
>>20170911>due to the inefficiency inherent in prominent and resource-heavy "champion" creatures, we do not have any formal championsIt's a shame ZergWorld isn't functional any more. I can't think of anything else we've squandered so many resources on just for one awesome killer unit.
>>20170976I wouldn't call Zergworld a unit, more of a facility. We should ask if one of the physical tests is moving celestial objects, like moons.
>>20170976Actually, if we were given time, Zerg World was going to be my next suggestion for our 2nd champion. :PWith Zerg Structures being closer in function to organs than creature, we could probably argue that it was a single entity, especially if we created a cerebrate to control it.We're still working on tooling it up, right?
>>20171003I'd call it a unit if it meant we could use it as our champion.
>>20170976>>20171003>>20171016>>20171024So, you want to declare a moon your champion?
>>20171057No, I want to declare the moon our champion if the Nuke-loaded Overlord is not accepted and we're given given time to prepare a champion, not otherwise.
>>20171057I would if we had a moon to be our champion, but the Protoss killed our old one and now it's just a lump of rock.
>>20171057That statement made me want to post something, but you forbade it a while ago, and no it wasn't porn.
>>20171105No, it's an amusement park.
>>20171116Same thing. You can't fight with amusement parks.
>>20171057No, that's just stupid.Besides, it's being tooled up to be an amusement park right now.Take the Powered Armor Ultralisk, and see if Nargil can make it better with Hunter Killer DNA.
>>20171135F*ck you. We're the Hassassin Brood.Yes we can.(Speaking of which, how are our experiments to weaponize Respect and Authority going?)
>>20171142Is that a new vote for that? Who's voting for what, here?
>>20171151Since only half an hour game time has passed since it was suggested, I'd say none.
>>20171160Guy who originally brought up using a Power Armored Ultralisk with a quad-gauss turret and improved genetics as a Champion here. That was from me.
>>20171160It's between an unltralisk in power armour, with an AA-system on its back, and a HK in power armour and all the genetic bells an whistles we've picked up for hydras.
>>20171187Can't we put the HK genetic improvements into the Ultralisk?If we can't, then it would be better to have a power armored HK with all of the hydralisk upgrades, since it has a better baseline than the ultralisk.
>>20171186I'll vote for the Ultralisk as well, since noone else seems to consider "just nuke it" a valid response to the notion of "champions" in a galactic-scale sci-fi story.
>>20171202It'd take Nargil some time, but he might be able to put the spine genes into ultralisks. We should ask how long we have to decide on a champion.
>>20171228The nukes would kill our overlord as well and it would be a tie. We want to win.
Actually, instead of picking a cobbled-together champion, can we ask for time to create a proper one?Cite how we've never had a need for one before since most of our engagements are more or less without any rules that make champions practical.
>>20171228You forget, good sir, this is a SPACE! OPERA! Dun dun dun dun dun.Also, we should ask that kind of competition it will be, no guarantee it will be a fight to the death, Could be a race, or charades.
>>20171238Nargil's not putting spines into ultralisks.So, am I right in thinking it'sUltralisk: 2Hydralisk: 1
>>20171270He...said individual combat...
>>20171272My vote is dependent on if we can put the HK genes into the Ultralisk.If yes, then do that and vote Ultralisk.If not, then vote for power armored Hunter-Killer Hydralisk.
>>20171247Have the nukes be dropped and launched or something, then. We'd still be making our point about champions being silly unless they're battleship-sized even if our Overlord dies.If nothing else it'll let us gauge their champion and get a good argument for giving us time to craft our own.>>20171284Shame on you, a PAHK does probably not have enough firepower to scratch whatever they send (probably at the very least the power of a protoss archon).
>>20171283He did? Clearly I forgot. But define combat.
Oh, and have the Ultralisk nom a small nuke before we send it out - complete with thrusters in case their champion is airborne. Even if it loses we have a decent shot at making it a tie. (Hopefully it isn't something as mind-boggingly powerful as a worldship or thousand-protoss-merged-archon)
>>20171335>Combat, or fighting, is a purposeful violent conflict meant to weaken, or establish dominance over the opposition, or to kill the opposition, or drive the opposition away from a location where it is not wanted or needed.>combat /ˈkämˌbat/ (noun): Fighting between armed forces.>A battle, a fight (often one in which weapons are used); a struggle for victory.
>>20171376Could be a decathlon. Not likely, but the Xel'Naga are crazy crystal making folks, with MASSIVE PAULDRONS for shoulders.
>>20171284So...2 for hydralisk, 1 for ultralisk?
>>20171433And my continued vote for our most advanced hero unit. Zerglek.
>>20171433We're not getting anywhere.Just roll a 1d3 between Ultra-Powered Armored Ultralisk, Power Armored Hunter-Killerisk, and a Zerglek.
>>20171442F*ck it, if you girls can't pick something that at least has the potential of scratching whatever they send out, I'mma go with Codeki and his Zerglek - even though their sissy dome is detachable for some reason.One vote for zerglek.
>>20171442I also vote for Zerglek
>>20171442Oh yeah, I keep forgetting about those. Two for Zergleks.
>>20171431>Could be a decathlonA decathlon is not combat it is running and jumping and throwing and little judges assigning points.Weez gonna beat up da otha guy.
>>20171469>>20171474DECISION MADE.A zerglek is packed onto a heighliner, and sent out to the system. It is unloaded onto the planet's surface, and we announce it as our champion.Roll 3d100.
rolled 72, 100, 54 = 226>>20171541This had better work.
rolled 81, 39, 29 = 149>>20171541
rolled 72, 59, 66 = 197>>20171541Stupid captcha
>>20171548>>20171571The zerglek lands moments before a massive swirl of psionic energy and photons resolves into a massive leopard-like creature with two heads. It immediately pounces at the zerglek, which swings its firing arm and releases four blasts into it, midair, which immediately disperse the creature entirely.(100? You all suck)
>>20171631... was that all? That can't be all. My paranoia wont accept this!
>>20171631Well, we've proved we can fight off big ghost cats. The universe is ours.
>>20171631(If you don't want to make the Xel'Naga a victim of the Worf effect, you can always excuse it with the Zerglek striking a critical spot along with whatever the Zergleks use for weapons disrupting psionically synthesized matter or something. :P )
>>20171700Or our Zerglek was smart and killed it before it was finished making itself.You know, like the bad guy who actually just kills the good guy instead of tying him to a chair and monologueing.
>>20171687>>20171697>>20171715>>20171700The Zerglek rolled a 100. What do you want from me?
>>20171715But the monologue is an important tradition, also the maniacal laugh. Kids these day don't respect Tradition, tradition! Tradition!
>>20171747*Pats soothingly* Just giving you help explaining it without destabilizing all willing suspension of disbelief forever. :PAlso, we should totally ask the Xel'Naga about the next trial. :3
>>20171810I agree, we move on just as surprised as the Xel"naga certainly are.
>>20171855Nonsense. You act like this was expected and not surprising at all.
>>20171868But of course it was, *adjust monocle*
>>20171747Let's just move on to the next test.
>>20171810>>20171855>>20171868The Xel'Naga watching pause. There is silence for nearly a full minute before they calmly declare that we have passed the first test.The second physical test, they tell us, is to transport the nearby "double helix nebula" twenty lightyears.
>>20172022Have Labrate and Cyberbrate calculate the number of overlords necessary, and their required positioning, in order to do so.
>>20172022Blow it to hell so it's particles eventually spread that far. They never said the thing had to be intact.
>>20172022To a specific point?If not, send our Mosquitos and harvest everything.
>>20172022This actually shouldn't be too difficult - have a few hundred million overlords (we count our forces in the billions NOW at least, right?) open wormholes that suck in the near-industrial-vacuum that nebulas consist of and leave the "exit" wormhole 50 lightyears away (because why the hell not?).Can we get a time estimate on that? A week, a month, a year?
>>20172053I like it!
>>20172092>>20172053>>20172039The Xel'Naga refuse to answer any questions on their grading rubric. That's a bit ominous.
>>20172155So we need to quickly turn the nebula into something else, and move it. I'm thinking topiary.
>>20172155So have Labrate and Cyberbrate run the numbers and see what it would take to move the nebula. Also look into the possibility of expanding the slipstream drive's envelope to encompass the entire nebula.
>>20172155After the first wormhole delivers some of the nebula, take contact with them and claim that technically we have now moved the nebula (just not all of it). :PIf they complain, just ask if they want to wait until it's all been moved.
>>20172208Yes, have our sciencebrates run the numbers and do some brainstorming too.
>>20172280>>20172208>>20172036Our Science Corps needs to know what method we intend to try, before they can give us a time frame.
>>20172317Time and resource estimates for using Overlords to create a super-Warp gate, and using a Heighliner's slipstream drive and expanding its warp envelop to encompass most of the nebula.
>>20172324Yes, harvest it, then turn it into some piece of art for the Xel'Naga.
>>20172317Uh, brainstorming means that your science corps are to come up with methods of their own. It's part of their job, after all.Also, what >>20172359said.
>>20172359>>20172383("Goddamnit, pick ONE" appears to be the theme of the night...)
>>20172469Harvest the nebula!
>>20172469Why? We're the Zerg, we can do it all. :PBut if it makes you feel any better I vote for1, whichever method the sciencebrates recommend.If I can't vote for that, I vote for my millions of overlords creating millons of wormholes.
>>20172510>>20172324Alright, 1d20 to see what they come up with.
rolled 16 = 16>>20172526Rollin
rolled 5 = 5>>20172526
>>20172557They come up with... Sulfur! Oooo, some sort of nanoporous sulfur compound that's able to trap the nebula for easy shipment! Awesome!
>>20172566>>20172557Cyberbrate confirms that our mosquito harvesters will be able to harvest the nebula, and even replace it, but they will likely be unable to maintain its complex structure if they do so.
>>20172678Bring in artisan lord.With the raw materials transported over there, can he re-sculpt the nebula?
>>20172715It's certainly willing to try.Should we do that?
>>20172678Can't we just recreate it?(Of course, even if we can't, we'll still have moved the nebula.)
>>20172748If we're moving it piecemeal, were turning it over to Artisanlord to make something out of. Like that debris nebula art I vaguely remember. I think it looker like a crab from a certain angle.
>>20172790Wait, are we trying to recreate its current structure, or just letting Artisanlord go to town?
>>20172808Recreate its current structure.If he cannot, go to town.
>>20172808Go to town. I'm hoping for him making look like fullerene.
>>20172808I'm going to guess that we're going to fail this test pretty hard.I want Labrate and Cyberbrate to use Overlords to warp the entire nebula to its new location.
>>20172845Best hope not. A perfect species can't fail.
>>20172863Well, look at these guys:>>20172844>>20172819>>20172858They obviously don't understand the point of the tests, or simply don't care, and we're going to fail it.
>>20172858>>20172845>>20172844>>20172819Alright, let's get 2d100 from you, then I'll probably be off for the night.
rolled 32, 58 = 90>>20172915Come on, let's see if we need to activate our failsafe contingency.
rolled 84, 18 = 102>>20172915
>>20172950I'm guessing we moved it, but the Xel'Naga don't like the look of it.
>>20172915Wait, how much time is this taking?Shouldn't we spend this time scouting other galaxies, inventing weapons that can reliably cripple a ship the size of a moon and general Von Neumann-ing?
>>20172950>>20172941Accountantbrate grudgingly allows the use of a fleet of our mosquito harvesting creatures. Accountantbrate organizes the collection of the nebula, Citybrate takes charge of transit, and Artisanlord directs the release, 50 lightyears away. A Xel'Naga worldship waits nearby, silently observing.Despite never having tried this, and throwing this project together, the nebula is moved, its unique double helix structure intact, if slightly off-center.The Old Ones inform us haughtily that we have passed their test, and that only one physical test remains.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/20169438/(Alright, lemme see what I've got...Looks like it's the 10th)
>>20173102I don't know how they do things in Sweden, but where I'm from, we don't hassle the DM when he's trying to wrap up for the night.Quit being That Guy.
>>20173174So.. monday?And is there any risk that (in case this takes half a week or more) we can get some progress on galaxy scouting, planet-killer-weapon making and colonizing the galaxy explosively?
>>20173174Okay. 10th should be fine. See you then, Cerebrate.
>>20173226Unless all the calendars in my home are incorrect, the 10th is Friday.Please don't tell me all the calendars in my home are incorrect. It'd be terribly inconvenient.
>>20173199Sorry. :P I didn't mean to hassle him.
>>20173244Aah, no, 10th is friday, my bad.Apparently my computer has the stupid system of putting the month on the far left and the day in the middle for some reason. o.ODidn't even notice that 'til now...
>>20173275Don't you be calling the American system stupid!It's...unique...and, er, stylish...or something!
>>20173337"It's American!"? :POh well, see you all on friday, then.