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You are Sir Daniel, an old hero long dead, or were, until Erik the Lich resurrected you to be his helper.

Fortunately, Erik is the laziest man you've ever known, and only wants to read erotica. But you're a good servant, and want to help your master by clearing the ladder to the top.

Last time you learnt of the location of your next target, a steel city on the shore half a world away.

You left the manor house with SpiderDan, not to find the steel city, but to discover the history of your faith.

You and SpiderDan set off across the seas until you found the First Church of Hydra.

You docked on the rock in the waves and entered the church.

Inside lizardmen went about their business, and one led you down below the waves to the Old Altar and the high monk.

The high monk was actually a former champion, Dust the Dragon Knight.

You and Dust had a little chat, and then you went out to find the physical form of your God.

You and Hydra had a little chat.

You left the church and went back to Gallowmere, you had some talk with Areal about the charisma wizard in the steel city.

After that you got Erik to revive a horse for you to use.

You rode your new steed into town to get your new arrows.

A quick prayer to the Retard God turned your horse into a skelehorsecopter, and using such a retarded mount actually destroyed it.

You have reassembled the pieces of your skelehorse, and purchased armour for it to disguise it.

You are standing in Gallowmere, with your armoured horse in one piece.

What do you do?
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http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/21241408/
Previous thread.
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Use the conch, check up on Rebecca.

Overprotective uncle go!
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Check up on Rebecca whether she likes it or not
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Check up on Rebecca... with our "southern bone".
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>>21256466
I don't know what you mean by that, but NO.
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>>21256450
>>21256456
You lift your conch to your head.

"Rebecca? This is Daniel calling, answer the conch."

You hear a fumbling and several curse words.

>"Uncle? Did you put one of those conchs in my pack?"

"Yes."

>"That's creepy, Uncle. But it's going fine, we had a few bandits try to loot the caravan, we drove them off without trouble. There's some wolves following us, eating leftovers, they're no bother. We should arrive at the docks in a few days."

You hear her stuff socks into the conch.

What do you do?
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>>21256483
What ever could you mean?
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We need to give our horse a name.
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>>21256553
What shall you name your horse?
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>>21256553
Binky, after Death's horse in the Discworld series.
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>>21256557
Stormageddon
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>>21256566
Will you name the horse Binky?
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>>21256507
Go to the docks and surprise Rebecca.
Im sure she'll love the surprise
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>>21256575
I vote yes.
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>>21256575
I VOTE TO NAME IT AKU.
AFTER ME, AKU.
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>>21256584
It will require more than one vote.

>>21256616
No.
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best name for a horse is ...

Horse
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>>21256620
YOU'RE NO FUN AT ALL.
FINE, I ALSO VOTE FOR THE "BINKY".
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>>21256620
Then I also vote yes
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>>21256575
I vote no.
>>21256654
Yes.
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Binky has gained the majority. You dub the horse Binky, not sure if it will actually respond to that name.

You are mounted up in Gallowmere town square.

Rebecca is riding towards to east seas.
Your apprentices are going north then west.
The steel city lies in the west.

What do you do?
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>>21256704
Head on west, I guess, unless there's anything else we need before we leave.
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>>21256666
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He should be called Barrington Cloppity-Hooves
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>>21256724
YOU DIDN'T SEE ANYTHING.
MOVE ALONG, NOW.
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>>21256704
I say we head east to go kidnap Rebecca. We need some company, that or head to the local tavern to pick up a random sellsword to adventure with us.
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>>21256720
You can do anything you want.

>>21256724
That's a rather flattering picture, did you get it off my AOL?

If you wish to cross the green ocean you'll need a ship. Will you go south to your own one, or will you join a crew on the western shore to travel with?

>>21256756
There are many people down on their luck in Mort's club, anyone could prove to be a good traveling companion for you.

You don't know Rebecca's exact location to kidnap her from, and if you did, she'd never stop bitching.

What do you do?
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>>21256704
GO WEST!
(perhaps there'll be an opportunity for more docking)
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>>21256774
Lets head down to Mort's club, approach the largest man in the bar, ask him where he keep his purse, then immediately head butt him to assert our dominance.
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>>21256796
Oh and search for a traveling companion, preferably someone with some personality. Or... someone with literally no personality a total NRDS.
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>>21256810
I vote for the former, and also a non-human if possible.
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>>21256834
Maybe a feminine robot (or golem or steam knight, whatever) who needs to be taught the true meaning of what it is to be alive.
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>>21256796
You are already the most dominant man in the town, none would dispute that fact.

You go down to Mort's bar and find the biggest bloke you can find.

"Where do you keep your purse?"

>"Hurr?"

You nut him between the eyes, splitting his nose apart and sending him sprawling to the floor.

His carer comes running up and shouts at you.

>"Why are you hitting the mentally infirm?!"

It seems that he was big because he had some problems. A bit like Lenny from Of Mice and Men. Good job.

>>21256810
You look around the bar, no one wants to meet your gaze, lest they bring your wrath down upon them.

"Any one willing to come with me to Insurgo?"

No answer.

You repeat yourself, this time louder.

>>21256848
>>21256834
You are in Gallowmere, a small town whose only claim to fame is you.

What do you do?
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>>21256858
Patch up the large mentally disabled guy, he's coming with us.

Also loudly state that anyone who comes with us will probably not die horribly, and there is a possibility of being one of the generals of an army in good time, or at least a fancy hat.
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Rolled 15

>>21256858
I roll to retcon that moment of absolute stupidity.
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>>21256889
Also take the carer. I assume she is small and female to contrast the giant and male.
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Rolled 58

>>21256903
I roll to retcon this roll to retcon.
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>>21256889
You attempt to pick up the large, mentally disabled and crying individual, but his thrashing prevents you from getting a firm grip on him.

His carer swats you away, saying that he's got no understanding of the world and that you should stop hitting him.

>>21256916
You are standing in the town square, having finished daydreaming about hitting retards.

What do you do?
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Rolled 45

>>21256903
I roll to retcon this retcon
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Rolled 98

>>21256930
Best...day dream... ever.

I say we head to Mort's and try to find a large mentally disabled fellow with a tiny carer and contract them to come with us. Also a fat guy is possible, and a sell sword with nothing to loose. We'll come together and learn the true meaning of family.
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>>21256930
Let's skip the bar and leave before we wind up stepping on some 10-year old cancer patent's kitten.
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>>21256930
Let's go to the west already.
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>>21256962
My mind is screaming "NO!", but that roll is screaming "YES!"
WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO ME?!
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>>21256977
Because I am a terrible person.
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>>21256930

Find a retard to hit?
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>>21256963
>>21256975
You kick your horse into movement.

You ride out of the town and into the setting sun.

The horse lets you move a considerable speed faster than usual and you arrive at the Western docks within a day and a half of riding.

The western docks are bigger than the southern and eastern, as they're a major trading hub, like the Kerm of the ocean.

What do you do?
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>>21256985
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>>21257004
Look around for a ship, preferably one that's fairly inconspicus and well-traveled.
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>>21257004
Browse some merchant stalls looking for anyone who seems interesting. Also since this is a large trading hub we should be able to find out non human companion. Is anyone opposed to us having a companion on our journey, if only for a meat shield?
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>>21257037
There are hundreds of ships in the port, and most of them look well worn from the sea.

But at the end of the pier there are smaller ships, still large, that you wouldn't give a second glance.

>>21257041
You take a look around the merchant stalls, so far everyone seems pretty human. If the non-humans were here, they'd probably come out and night, when they don't have to worry about being seen.

What do you do?
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>>21257041
we dont need one, its better we do things alone, we have a habit of going to places uninhabitable to the living
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>>21257087
hmmmm, browse the stalls for wares, and check out the local tavern, ask around about any of the other 4 that we have to kill
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>>21257093
I agree with this, a companion will only slow us down, they probably wont know how to dance either
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>>21257122
Maybe wait for night and get a fellow undead companion? I'm sure there are a few skeletons knocking about in this city.
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>>21257138
nope, not really, the world is predominately made of humans, we tend to kill anyone who can make otherwise, or they are our lecherous master
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>>21257041
I vote for a demure lamia spellcaster companion.
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>>21257111
Most of the stalls are selling sea food, some fruit and vegetables.

There's a blacksmith banging out a sword in his forge. You see he has made many chains for anchors.

But overall his wears are made from cheap iron and wouldn't hold up for your needs.

You go to a tavern, The Drunk Dugong.

You ask about for information on the remaining 4.

>"Well there was that, no, wait, he's dead too..."
One patron says.

>"What happened to that Salin fellow? Maybe you could try him!"

It would seem you'll get no help from drunken sailors.

>>21257138
Have you been in the other threads? There's only a few necromancers in the world, and you know two of them personally and killed another two.

>>21257157
Vote for whatever, doesn't mean they're at the docks.

What do you do?
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>>21257186
hmmm, seems we need more intel, lets go to gerald, ask him if he knows anything, he owes us lots, and he is well travelled, and if he doesnt, ask him to keep his ears open
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>>21257186
Ask Hydra about possibly gaining a mermaid companion.
Do those exist in this setting?
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>>21257186
No, I have not. I've been attempting to read them, sorry for my ignorance.
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>>21257216
Gerald's office is at the southern port, where you met him the first time.

>>21257228
They exist, but they are marching (Swimming) to war against the Deep Ones.

>>21257231
Ah, you seemed a bit uninformed, that's all.

If you did have a merfolk companion, they wouldn't be able to accompany you on land.

What do you do?
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>>21257228
we havnt seen any, and we have been all over the sea, and in it
>>21257231
they are a good read
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>>21257246
Well, maybe once Hydra sends us the inevitable call to adventure.
In the mean time, ask Gerald about ships heading far west.
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>>21257246
hmmmm, call erik on the conch, ask him directly, if he doesnt know, ask him to hand the conch to areal(i cant remember her name, demon sister of azreal)
and remind her us going off killing things keeps us out of the house
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>>21257231
So far I have seen you in two quest threads and all you've been doing is going against the general mood/setting of the quest. Atleast try to get a bit more information before participating, please.
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>>21257246
What if we buy some sort to tank to house said merfolk while on land?
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>>21257319
no, enough, stop man, you are just derailing the thread
contribute useful suggestions
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>>21257290
Gerald's Office. Is not. In the. Western port. It is. In the. Southern one.

>>21257299
Ask Erik what?

>>21257319
Due to the heavy combat nature of your quest such a thing is impractical. And Merfolk are sentient creature, there is no certainty one would join you even if you could build such a tank.

What do you do?
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>>21257319
That would be silly, counter productive, and would make us insanily visable on what's supposed to be a sneaking mission.

I was hoping they worked on a selkie-esque kinda way, that would allow them to follow us on land, but if not then we'll just have to do without for now.
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>>21257350
call erik about the other 4 mages we have yet to kill, then make passage to the nearest , along with our skeletal horse, Binky
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>>21257246
we wait until nightfall and scout around for a non human land-travelable companion.
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>>21257350
Is it just me, or do we have a dumber crop of people here today then usual?

Let's look for a shipping office and buy passage on a ship. No need to lease our own for this trip.
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>>21257350
well since we're dead set on having gerald's advice next time we seem him we should ask why he hasn't setup a office in the western ports.
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>>21257386
>office in the western ports.
there is most likely a reason. i mean why not?
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>>21257406
Because he's already got one ocean to deal with? He's still a startup, after all. He'd want to get firmly established in the south before expanding.
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>>21257367
You have asked Erik before, he doesn't know who they are, but Areal has given you one, the one you are heading to.

>>21257372
You wait around until night, but you are the most inhuman thing around, apart from your horse.

The sun rises again and you have spent the night looking for other non-humans, and found none. A highly human populated area is perhaps not the best choice to look for one.

>>21257386
Gerald is pretty new to trading empire, and the other, much older families have kept him out of the bigger areas, such as the western port on the green seas (Your location).

You enter a charter's building and ask for passage to Insurgo. There's no commercial vessels heading that way, but there are trading galleys.

There are three ships going out to get iron ore and steel ingots.

What do you do?
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>>21257447
get on the ship going the soonest, tell them we are bringing a horse, it will not be an issue
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>>21257437
its been 3 years man if you're not firmly started in 3 years you need to stop pleasuring thineself and get to work.
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>>21257447
Book passage on the most inconspicuous looking one, and spend most of the trip in our cabin.
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>>21257476
i like the inconspicuous bit
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>>21257290
why does this picture turn me on so much
>why boner.
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>>21257471
Dude, this is going on in the age of sail. Three years is enough for each ship to have made two trips, maybe three if they're short. Not to mention the competition and the fact that sailing to entirely different oceans is a huge investment in both time and money.
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>>21257493
I know that feel, bro. It's the eyes, I think.

>>21257476
This sounds good. We can claim seasickness if we're asked about it.
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>>21257493
┬Ębecause aaaall those forced blowjobs.
Pump, pump, pump
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>>21257471
I do not think you understand the scale of the operation. It's like trying to muscle in on Walmart. Ain't happening.

>>21257465
>"I can get you on, but if they run out of food, they'll eat the horse."

"They can try, the thing's nothing but bones."

The joke passes right over the mans head as he adds you to the ship's log and crew list.

>"You'll have to work, you know. Probably night watch and guard."

"No problem."

You leave the charterer's building and go to the piers and find the ship you'll be traveling on.

A large trading galley, but all the colour's been worn away by the sea spray.

You lead the horse up the ramp and onto the Iron Ocean.

The captain tells you to put the horse in the hold below deck.

You do so, below deck is filled with animals, goats and pigs mostly.

The captain asks you about what job you've been assigned, you tell him you're on night watch.

>"Lonely work, that. No one but you and your reflection in the waters. Men go mad during these voyages."

You tell him you'll be fine.

The ship departs in a few hours.

What do you do?
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>>21257548
Get our stuff settled, take a look at the crew, offhandedly, to see what they're like.
We're going full spy mode for this trip.
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>>21257548
see if we can pick up another book or something for the trip
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>>21257606
i agree, lets stay on the down low, talk jovially to the crew, see what there opinion is on the local happenings(us and the latest wars), and if they have any intel on the insurgo
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>>21257606
You put your stuff in your cabin, the night's watchman gets his own as an intensive for 12 hours of boring work.

You go down to the dining cabin and take a look at the crew.

They're all dirty men, coal soot and grime covered each of them.

The rabble in the room dies down as they turn to look at their new crewmate.

>"Well, la di da, look at this one, boys, a knight in shining armour. How may we help you, good sir?"
He does a mock bow as the crew laugh.

What do you do?
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>>21257650
Act gruff and shortspoken. As far as they need to know, we're a merc down on his luck, and using this as job for cheap transport to somewhere with more of our kind of work.
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>>21257650
Wait, I thought we were in reaper-robes for this trip?
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>>21257650
yeah actually, i was wondering if you guys worship the deep god below, my lord hydra.
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>>21257703
You didn't buy any, you just talked to each other saying how cool it'd look. You did get a suit from Stumbles, though.

>>21257697
"Go fuck yourself."
That shuts him up.

>>21257712
>"Oh no, a religious one..."
They all mutter and turn their backs to you. You've met the crew, and they don't want to get to know you from that last comment.

What do you do?
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>>21257697
agreed but be more aloof, lets try not to go full murder hobo on these poor souls.
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>>21257734
>>21257734
>You didn't buy any, you just talked to each other saying how cool it'd look.
Sounds like /tg/ in general hahaha
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Rolled 732

rolling to seduce Clarice
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>>21257734
Perfect. They won't really care if we stay in the cabin during the day.
Timelapse, Go!
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>>21257756
Stop.
Just stop, forever.
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>>21257734
>and they don't want to get to know you from that last comment.
everythingwentbetterthanexpected.jpg

Browse around the ship see if there's anything interesting.

do we have a small knife?
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Rolled 729

>>21257764
I'ma do it one day.
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>>21257756
It's 10,000 amigo.

>>21257759
You return to your cabin and wait for night when you have to do your duty.

Sure enough, night follows the day and the captain knocks on your door.

>"Get up and do yer job, watchman."
The captain shouts through the door.

You get and and walk onto the deck, there's a small fire burning at the front of the ship as a beacon to passing vessels.

>>21257766
You have many knives of varying sizes.

What do you do?
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>>21257789
Dance a sea shanty to pass the time.
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>>21257789
Watch the sea, mournfully, for hours.
Long exposure time-lapse of our staring, inmoved, at the horizon, as the stars wheel overhead.
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>>21257830
NO! We're being sneaky here!
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>>21257840
A sneaky shanty perhaps?
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>>21257832
You side down on the steps and stare out to sea, the night goes by without incident and you return to your cabin.

Days and nights pass with you sitting on the steps and watching the seas.

On one day another ship passes by, you think you're about to see action, but it's another trader like the one you're on.

The two captains have a little chat, ship to ship, about things going on around the seas.

The other ship leaves and you return to your travels.

After two weeks you see land on the horizon, and the steel spires reaching for the sky.

>"LAND HO!"
Calls the man from the Crow's nest.

What do you do?
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>>21257903
wait till we make land then thank the captian for the voyage. see if we can get return passage
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>>21257903
wait quietly, go down to binky, see how he is on this journey
when we can, leave the ship, thank the captain for the passage, wish him well
then head into the city
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>>21257974
You wait until you've docked, and you stand up. Everyone near you jumps back.

>"Lords above, I thought you'd died!"
Says the captain.
>"You hadn't moved for two weeks, just staring out at the sea."

You tell him you've got a slow metabolism, and gather your things.

"Any chance of a return journey?"
You ask.

>"We're not departing for another two months at the least."
The captain tells you.

You could wait that time out, if you wanted to.

You go below deck and get your horse, still armoured. All the hay he's been fed is in a pile under him, as he still doesn't understand he's dead.

You lead Binky off the ship and onto land.

This city is very different to the others you've seen.

It's clean, for one.

The streets are paced with brick, and most of the houses are built with it too.

Though you see some much bigger buildings behind them, rising into the sky, their frames made of iron and steel with glass all along them.

What do you do?
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>>21258039
look for any signs of this word wizard
he is probs gonna be the most popular politician, ask around if there is a fanatastic orator that the citizens love
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>>21258039
Go find a nice stable, whose owner can be paid to not call the guards when he sees an undead horse try to eat.
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>>21258039
Awww, the binky's adorable, acting all alive and shit.

Head to the nearest inn to ask about work, make some subtle implications that we don't know the lay of the land, and hope someone chimes in with information reguarding our target.
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>>21258039
Find an inn
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>>21258075
You don't even have to ask, there are posters pinned and plastered to walls and street lamps.

>Minister Fido fights for the common man.

>Make Fido Lord Chancellor.

>Fido brings growth.

Seems he's popular around here.

You lead Binky to an inn in the shadier parts of the town.

You ask the innkeep to put you up for the indefinite future.

>"No names, no talk, just cash."
He says holding out his hand.

You put a thick gold coin in his palm.
>"This? A month."

The innkeep leads Binky away to the stables.

You're shown your room.

It's on the third floor, a regular sized room with a decent mattress and a privy. Better than any other room you've had.

What do you do?
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>>21258171
Pretend to use the privy
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>>21258183
You sit on the seat and wait. Nothing happens.

What do you do?
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>>21258206
Go and walk around, see if you can find Fido, or at least something interesting.
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>>21258206
Ponder your next course of action. We're going to have to scout this out lee harvey oswald style and then run for the hills. Or we could go the character assassination route. We need to gather intel. Ask someone what's up with all the posters.
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>>21258232
You stand up and leave the privy, but you leave the siege bow in the room. You can't be inconspicuous with that on your back.

You talk a walk around the town, there's several public houses, game houses and fighting pits.

There's a job board at every church to every god.

>>21258259
You ask a man what's up with all the posters.

>"It's the election month, friend. Who's gonna be the Lord Chancellor for the next couple years. My money's on minister Fido, every time he speaks, I just feel good. Heh, funny really, I don't actually know what he stands for..."

There's an election in two week time, and Fido's going to be doing a lot of public speaking and gatherings.

What do you do?
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>>21258206
Pretend harder
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>>21258306
RUN FOR OFFICE. Inform Erik of your decision, then ask what an election is.
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>>21258319
>"An election is when the residents of a living area get together and decide who's going to rule and lead them for a predetermined period of time. And I don't think just anyone can run for office, especially when it's two weeks before the final count. But all the luck to you."

If you could rally the entire city, and ministers in the two weeks, and break Fido's control, then you could. But then you'd be stuck in the city for another 2 years.

What do you do?
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>>21258306
Find out when the next public gathering is, and scope out what kind of security there is. There will be more than one, we can afford not to make our move for this one.
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>>21258319
This! Spend the time before the election durmming up support with the common man and making a(nother) name for ourselves, and ask Erik if he knows of any way to ward a crowd against verbal spells. We can expose his fraud in front of the entire city!
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Rolled 5

>>21258348
RETARD GOD FOR PRESIDENT
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>>21258373
I.......what the hell.
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>>21258362
No, then we would have to president.
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>>21258373
......welp.
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>>21258373
OH GOD WUT
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>>21258359
There's a public gathering in the park in the afternoon. It's for everyone who wants to attend.

There's going to be public and private gathering every day for the next two weeks, but a failed attempt will stop the public ones.

>>21258373
As much as a good idea it seems, people here don't want a retard to run their city. Odd, that...

What do you do?
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>>21258373
I don't think you can technically beat a retard in a debate. Look at the Brady bunch.
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>>21258417
Call up Erik, see if he can get a hold of Mark. Maybe Mark would be interested in running a city
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>>21258444
>"You haven't given your friends one of these conchs, Daniel. And I don't know the man, last time we spoke he was apologizing for trying to kill me."

What do you do?
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>>21258464
"Oh, how considerate of him." Our frenemies have gotten a bit of fame yeah? Can we ask around to see if any of them are in easy contacting distance?
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>>21258424
The chewbacca defense isn't gonna fly agaist someone that uses nigh-mind control level wordmagic.
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>>21258513
It's literally a god-tier chewbacca defense.
>>21258464
What if we slowly increased the power base of the church of the retard god so that it was a major political power in the city? Or would that piss Hydra off?
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>>21258493
Unlike you, your frenemies haven't been killing high profile individuals across the land in extreamly brutal ways.

They've been doing personal quests or jobs appointed to them. Clarice in particular has been off the scene for years.

If you weren't a skeleton and a champion of a God you wouldn't be as well known.

And in this new land not many people know you, a few sailors know of a Dancing Knight who kills wizards and demons without trouble, but the common people of the city think you're a campfire story.

>>21258532
You need some natural charisma to start off in politics, and retard God has few followers, and you're the only person that contacts him with actual words.

What do you do?
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>>21258556
Surely this guy has some people that aren't happy about him being in power, you can't make everyone happy. The thing about charisma is eventually people stop buying it. I say we ask around. "Surely everyone isn't voting for him, there must be SOME groups he can't please." We find our way into the underground from there, gather information, find a grassy knoll because that's how we do things, and take him out from afar. Bonus points if we can suck the sound out of our bow. Or shit, we could get on his good side and supply information to someone else trying to off him. That way we don't even incriminate ourselves.
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>>21258556
There's got to be at least one charismatic moron around here.
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>>21258556
Were're the only one the retard god "talks" to?
Are we like, some kind of double champion? Does the retard god even have a champion, or is the concept too much for him to grasp?
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Silently Watch the bow to nullify sound from it.
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>>21258625
It's not just charisma he's using, he's using magic to charm people. Arguing against his followers is pointless, even dangerus, depending on how strong his spells are.
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>>21258632
Come to think of it, how does the retard god fit into the pantheon? Some exposition on the pantheon would be cool, I mean, Dan has to know about it, he was a paladin in life and death.
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>>21258625
There are other posters up on the walls of the city, other political candidates.

There's several men and women handing out pamphlets and flyers regarding other ministers.

>>21258632
The Retard god does indeed have a champion. He's not retarded per se, more like a savant. Picture Rain Man, but with combat mathematics.

What do you do?
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>>21258681
Lords of Sky
Lords of Land
Lords of Sea
Lords of Ideals

Each god fits into one of those four categories.

Hydra is a sea and ideal god.
The retard god is just an ideal god.
Mark's god is a sky and idea god.

Does this help?
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>>21258682
ask them when his next public appearance is, you want to listen to him finally
(hopefully its somewhere in the open)
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>>21258702
it does, and its awesome
thanks for the insight
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>>21258682
Ask the other groups about the state of things. Ask if there's any particular candidate's group you should avoid. We know they'll all say avoid the diplomancer, I'm trying to see if there's any shady group we could convince to assassinate him for us.
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>>21258707
and snipe him from afar
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>>21258682
>combat savant backed by a god
And now I'm terrified. Let's pray the retard god never decides to sic him on us.
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>>21258707
As posted earlier, there's a rally in the city park.

>>21258716
You ask one of the men from the other parties.
>"Depends on your views, really. My man, Robert, wants to focus on education and agriculture. While his,"
The man points across the street.
>"Wants to focus on health care and infrastructure."

"Anyone looking to, take down, Fido? Not in a political sense?"

>"We're not assassins, we do things with a bit of order around here, thank you, and I'd ask that you stop asking me those kinds of questions."

The man hushes his tone.

>"But there are some, try the dark streets."

The man who supports Robert turns back to handing out pamphlets.

What do you do?
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>>21258773
check out the dark streets
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>>21258773
Listen to the rally.
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>>21258800
No, we might get mindcontrolled or something. We don't know if his magic affects us or not.
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>>21258842
And I say we don't find out. We didn't get this far by letting our opponents actually USE the full brunt of their powers.
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>>21258790
You get direction to the dark streets.

>"Shady parts, no cleaners, no police, just thugs. Down main road and left, past the smoke house. They're just past it."

>>21258800
You go to the park, there's quite a gathering, thousands of people have turned out for the event.

You see your quarry walk onto the stage, flanked on each side of him are armoured men, each in great, thick heavy plate.

He walks to the podium.

>"Friends, Insurgians, lend me your ears! Today, we come together to hope and think for better times, where a man can be a man without worry, where a woman can dance and sing, and where children can play."

He's... He's not saying anything important...

>"Together we can bring this city together for a new dawn of equality and goodness. A new dawn, a greater dawn, awaits us all. So long as I am in power, we will all see the morrow!"

The crowd goes wild. You find yourself restraining the urge to clap along.

The men at the back of the crowd are calmly agreeing with one another, a gentle clap and a head nod. While those at the front are going berserk, trying to climb up onto the stage. Holy shit, one's frothing at the mouth and the other's having a fit.

It seems his power is proximity based.

What do you do?
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Man I'm raging I missed last thread. We got to meet Hydra and I wasn't able to make Sir Dan an obsessed fangirl...

Oh and into the dark, dodgy allyways! What could possibly go wrong?
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>>21258880
Stay far away from him at all times. Go to the dark streets. We now know he has to be taken with a bow. We know how his powers are best used. We know he's at a disadvantage dealing with far foes.
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>>21258880

Sounds like sniping is the way to go. Lets try to find out where he lives so we can snipe him at home instead of infront of millions of people.
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>>21258933
Or, have one of his rivals snipe him. Which absolves us, and therefore Erik of any involvement.
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>>21258912
You leave the park and the applauding people and find your way to the dark streets. People are walking about with hoods pulled up and their hands are close to daggers.

They seem to be congregating to a tavern.

The Damaged Percussion Instrument.

You enter the tavern and take a seat, anyone in the dark streets deserves to either be there, or they'll be killed soon enough.

What do you do?
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>>21258981


"Give me a flask of your strongest drink!"
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>>21259012
'Surely not scumble?!'
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>>21258981
Listen in for someone who might need our guy... removed.
We could get paid for this and get a conveniant fall guy at the same time.
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>>21259012
>"One scramble coming up."
The patrons turn at the sound of scramble.

The barkeep hands you a flask and you return the gesture with a coin.

>>21259029
This anon...

You pour the drink down your visor and onto your skull, the people are waiting for the screams.

>>21259030
"I'm looking for a man with a nose for money and without a moral system."

>"You've come to the right place, mate."
The man next to you says.
>"Whatcha looking for and how much you willing to pay?"

What do you do?
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>>21259046
"I was more looking for a job, myself.
Quite a rally out there, a minute ago. Guy like that's sure to have enemies, eh?"
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>>21259046
wipe the visor, ahhh, delicious
now then, yes, enough to get the job done and how much he asks, and for what, ill tell that to him
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>>21259046

I have an extreme urge to take off my helmet and scream "MY FACE! MY FACE!" but lets do that after the information gathering is done.
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>>21259084
>"Plenty, a lot of 'ems in here. Ain't that right, boys?"
The men cheer and shout.

>>21259086
"Enough to get the job done."
>"And what is this job?"

What do you do?
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>>21259046
go with >>21259084
See if there's anyone trying to take him down already. Offer to assist in exchange for your pick of the books from his library, and if there's anything unusual in the basement you'll take that too. I remember where Stumbles and Meryl came from.
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>>21259118
see >>21259127
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>>21259118

"The job is to kill Fido. Sniping is suggested unless you want his magic words to diplomance you in killing everyone you care about."
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>>21259118
"So how many of you know what a diplomancer is?"
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>>21259115
No. We do the job without them knowing it was us. Just like with the crazy pope.
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>>21259127
>"You don't think others have tried? I've shot at him a dozen times, every arrows been blocked by fanatic supporters. People test all of his food and drink, even his cloths. The only way I could see 'Removing' him is if you get up close and gut the bastard. But that's the problem, the closer you are, the more you like him."

The man drains his drink.

>"Don't think it stops when he's asleep neither, I broke in and you know what I did, when I was standing over him? I tucked him in and fluffed his pillows. It ain't right."

The man orders another.

>"You'd need a will of iron to get within striking range without falling under his spell. I've got 6 outstanding contracts on him, if you can, I'll help in any way."

>"The name's Nathan, call me Nate."

>>21259183
>"A whutsaman?"

"Charisma wizard. His words put you under his spell, that's why he's so popular."

>"That... makes sense, actually. How'd you know so much, then?"

"I know a girl."

What do you do?
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>>21259177
This.
How much gold did we bring? Or are we planning on shafting these guys once we're done.
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>>21259210
Our siege arrow will go through more than one person.
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>>21259210
"You tried a siege bow? One of those arrows will go clean through several men."
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>>21259210
Ask him about how he got in. What kind of security does he have? I assume if we can shoot him with an arrow though a window or someting while he's asleep, there won't be anyone to take the shot for him.
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>>21259210
We need something AoE
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>>21259210
Wait, is there actually some magic barrier that's protecting the guy, or does he mean that people willingly blocked the arrows with their bodies? If it's the latter sniping should still be viable.
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>>21259210
"I was hoping I didn't have to do collateral damage."
Remove helmet, wipe off scramble from skull.
Walk back to our lodgings.
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>>21259255
Especially with OUR bow. Only problem is stealth with that. Then again, I'm sure an assassin would have a cantrip for silence available.
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>>21259230
>"Siege arrow? What the hell are you packing? But he's got more than one person, I reckon you've seen that crowd, thousands would jump in the way to save their master."

Nate spits at the word.

>"Nah, that'd just cause collateral damage, and you wouldn't escape, the entire city'd be up in arms."

>>21259244
>"Security? Immense. They've tripled it after they found a tray of cookies and a note saying "Sorry for tryin' to kill you."

>>21259255
>"The people just react, I suppose, and jump in front of the arrows. The worst part is, they still love the man as they die at his feet."

What do you do?
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>>21259210

Any objections to sniping him with the seigebow or is that too collateral? It seems like the safest way to me and I doubt a fanatic can block one but killing a bunch of crazy fans might be too wrong.
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>>21259244
This, then, if there's nothing for it then shooting though someone, do >>21259266
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>>21259266
NO. Do not reveal our presence. We want to stay a fairy tale here.
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>>21259276
I take it that since they couldn't kill him in his sleep that shutting off our sense of hearing wouldn't do anything. What if we used one of our fragmenting arrows through his window while he slept? Actually, what if we just shot whatever passes for a grenade in this setting through his window? Don't have to get close, don't even have to hit him. If we can get it enchanted so its silent, it won't even alert anyone until its too late.
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>>21259278
Too far, we don't like killing innocents.
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Rolled 66

>>21259276
Where does he sleep?
Our shiny new arrows should be able to take out whatever floor he's on from a good distance away.
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>>21259289
What if we get hold of a black cloak and scythe, and proceed to masquerade as the Grim Reaper?
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>>21259276
"Have you tried setting a trap? Traps don't get convinced not to work without actually breaking."
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>>21259356
His powers affect us. Dressing up as death won't change that
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>>21259369
Now there's a though
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>>21259377
>thought
Can't type worth a shit tonight
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>>21259333
>"Did'ya not hear what I said, mate? Triple the guards, if you threw a banger in they'd just jump on it."

>>21259353
>"You've seen that big glass building, right? Penthouse floor, so he can look out over his domain."

>>21259356
>"There's a ball on Friday, for donations and landed aristocracy. It's a costume one, too, you could go in and do it."

>>21259369
>"Tried, failed, those guard of his take every step before he does. He's been through 30 of them in the last month, that's how many we've set. From interact to simple, hell, I put a giant boulder above his carriage, but his driver came out first and got crushed."

You'll need to take out his guard to get close, and the shadow him everywhere.

What do you do?
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Go to the ball dressed as death, scare him like Nomad so he can't say any spells. And the costume will hide us.
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>>21259407
>Penthouse
Glass windows, meet diamond headed siege bows, instant death, meet Fido.
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>>21259423
>bows
meant arrows.
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... We assassin Skeleton now.Get a white outfit with a low hood to hide our face, a Guy Fawkes Mask to hide the rest and work as a mask for the ball, and see if we can get something to hide a weapon in, because we KNOW they'll have a strict search policy at the ball.
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>>21259374
Well, no, but if we try to off him publicly having people see us in such a disguise will be effective in concealing our own identity, as well as turning public opinion against the guy. People will conclude that the guy must've done some nasty shit if he made Death himself come collect in person.
>>21259415
If we're going with this plan, make sure we're masked first. If we're unmasked we can freak people out and make them think we're the real thing with our skeleton face.
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>>21259447
our chest caviety.....
wait , the hornbees!!!!
set the hornbees on him , they are too fast to catch, and could sting him to death
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>>21259407
"The guards are in the room while he sleeps? That has to get awkward." Don't really want to use any of our signature stuff here, but a blessed arrow might do the job if it can penetrate multiple people and still be lethal. What about something other people wouldn't notice very well, like a poisoned dart at the costume ball? Darts are quiet and you can't see them until they hit. FUCK, we could have had Erik make an absolutely bitchin poison.
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Rolled 69

>>21259407

Hydra, anytips on how to kill this guy or to not be Diplomanced?

pls respond
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>>21259459
The bees are sentient. They can be charisma'd
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Rolled 91

>>21259472
So close
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>>21259478
hmmm, it could work, does his magic work on animals?
>>21259482
thats an epic success
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>>21259472
Damnnit, he missed the ringer again didn't he.
Anyway, I think our arrows should cut it. They ought to be able to punch though one guard at least, maybe two or three.
And if all else fails, bombs.
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>>21259496
They'll just jump on grenades. A poisoned dart from afar might work if the poison is quick enough, otherwise he'll get help from a renegade doctor.
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>>21259415
If you could get past the guards checking people.

>>21259423
That is if he stands out by the windows.

>>21259447
Guy Fawkes doesn't exist in this setting, no Catholic Church. You can buy a costume and a mask, though.

Your hands are pretty weapon like, decompression, drowning.

>>21259472
Please call again.

>>21259478
Fuck, all you need to win bees is smoke and sugar water.

>>21259482
>"A test of willpower, if I ever saw one. His magic doesn't work through words, as previously thought, it more radiates off of him and decays upon distance."

>>21259496
But if he's publicly speaking he'll have thousands willing to jump in the way.

What do you do?
>>
one more thing... we're using the siege bow as a sniper tool. YES it has the range. but it is a SIEGE weapon. remember what we did to Beric's tower?
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>>21259517
>>21259423
Cant we just take out the entire floor while he's sleeping?
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>>21259517
Many may be willing to jump, but how many will actualy be able to in time? Our arrows are supersonic, after all.
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>>21259526
just one bolt, directly towards his chest, it will cut through anything on his way
if we roll high enough, doesnt matter how many people jump in front, it will kill him
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>>21259526
We could just take his tower down, but we want to avoid as much collateral damage as possible. If we could just drowning touch him, we're the only ones who can turn it off. Wait....I have an idea. Can we use drowning touch with a hand that's not attached to our body?
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>>21259548
this
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>>21259550
Pretty sure we want to avoid unnecessary casualties, they're victims of mind magic.
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I like to think that Hydra has multiple Eric Conches and whenever he picks one up it always says "You have X missed calls from Sir Daniel. Message one... beep!"
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>>21259517
Can we have Eric help us with this one?
If I recall correctly we can't disobey Eric, and he's far outside the diplomancers range, so If we have him order us to kill Fido through the conch we can't resist no matter how much we (temporarily) like the guy.
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>>21259562
not unnecessary, unfortunate
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>>21259548
They also have a massive area damage. And the sonic boom that goes off when we fire it. I mean, if we got him fairly secluded and got a silence cantrip from the assassins we could pull it off, but this guy won't want to be alone. He'll run straight towards the first person he sees and they'll gladly be a meat shield for him. We're trying to avoid collateral damage, we're a good guy, remember?
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>>21259550
And if you don't you wont get another public chance.

>>21259546
And entire apartment complex?

>>21259548
Depends on your roll.

>>21259557
You can't control disconnected body parts.

>>21259574
If Erik's magic outrolls Fido's.

What do you do?
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Rolled 40

Whats the range on Join the God Below?
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>>21259591
You have to be touching them.
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>>21259574
Have him order us to kill fido, and to not speak until he is killed, and we are back in gallowmere. We don't want to be screaming Erik's name while we're under fido's spell.
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Rolled 24

>>21259597
In which case
Are there any delegates from other nations coming to see him?
That said, we might like him too much to do it
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>>21259591
Are we still trying to do this covertly? How many others have the ability to make people explode?
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Rolled 92

>>21259632
How many know that we even exist and that we can do it?
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>>21259585
Have the assassins tried poison darts?
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>>21259603
You lift the conch.
"Erik? Pick up."

>"Hmm? Oh right, this thing does stuff. What is it, Daniel?"

"I may need you to order me to kill someone, so I can't be affected by them."

>"Got it, call me again if you need me to."

Erik puts the conch down.

>>21259645
>"Do you know what the range of a blowdart is? Not very far, friendo. We're all rather unhealthy like, so by the time we get close enough we're under the spell."

You don't have lungs, so thinking about poison blow darts is a moot idea.

What do you do?
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>>21259585

What if we do stuff like poisoning the water suplies, killing food merchants, salting the nearby crops. We'll starve him to death.
Might as well go full collateral!
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>>21259664
I bet our champion form has great lung capacity, how out of place are lizardmen here? And are there any that don't worship hydra so we don't bring down some kind of holocaust on our own church?
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>>21259643
Well, we've used it quite a number of times in various non-stealthy ways. I believe people saw us explode Janus, that one guy in one of the Blood Pits, John the Bloody, and our infamous double-explosion of Nomad after the epic rage that everyone within so many miles overheard.

I'd say it's likely someone in the local area knows about our explodey touch in one way or another.
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>>21259671
Is the government in place a diplomacy? Or is he more of a beloved dictator?
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>>21259703
>"OH DEAR! IT WOULD APPEAR THE BELOVED LEADER DEVELOPED A SPONTANEOUS CASE OF EXPLODING SKELETON SYNDROME! LET US MOURN HIS PASSING."
And then fucking book it
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>>21259698
There would be genocide.

>>21259708
At the moment it's diplomacy and democracy, but if Fido gets in it'll be a fascist state.

Picture Nomad, but doesn't have to use fear to rule.

What do you do?
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>>21259703
So we drown him.
Switch the drowning touch on, leave it that way, then get up next to him. If we stay in control, we kill him. If we lose it, we shake his hand and hug the bastard, and he drowns anyway while his guard tries in vain to pull him out of our deathgrip.
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Rolled 76

>>21259664
Ask Hydra how he'd feel if we took out Fido in a manner we know will involve innocents as collateral damage.
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I'm stumped
I can't think of any clever way to get around this other than having Erik order us to shank the guy
If his magic lasts after death, we are el boned.
That's spanish for boned.
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>>21259733
>"There are always innocents lost in war, if you do have to sacrifice some, make their passing quick."

>>21259731
You've used the drowning touch once before, and no one knows it was you. It would baffle anyone around and anyone inspecting the corpse.

What do you do?
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>>21259727
"Hey Erik, I've got an idea here, let me fax it to you." And then cram a drawing of a skelecopter through the conch.
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>>21259766
Hydra did say it was a battle of willpower.
He didn't say it was our willpower.
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>>21259769
Can we check out the podium he's going to be speaking from?
If its a high balcony or something, faulty masonry can be a bitch right?
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>>21259780
You're not exactly a smart fellow, you're crafty, but not smart. You'll do anything for money.

Erik on the other hand is a wild card. Centuries of reading should of sharpened his mind to a needle point. If he can focus on resisting for long enough.
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>>21259769
Have erik give us a set of orders. Basically, make us turn on drowning touch if we are about to shake his hand, shake hand, turn off drowning touch but leave him drowning, shake off anyone following us, return to gallowmere.
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>>21259770
That's just stupid enough to work
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>>21259725
>an acute case of explosive womblitus
Such a shame.
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>>21259819
>Proceeds to place diplomancer in a sack and swing him against a nearby tree
"Such a shame..."
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>>21259800
It's a wooden platform in the center of the park. It's raised a meter off the ground.

>>21259804
You wont get to touch him in a public rally.

>>21259770
The crude drawing just crams in the conch.

>"Daniel? I head paper crinkling? What are you doing?"

What do you do?
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>>21259832
".....ummm.....Nothing. Hey, did Areal ever figure out why her footsteps got so loud?"
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>>21259832
A meter eh?
Perhaps at night time we could do something to the order of placing a spike in the meter gap under the floorboard
And use a blade of some sort to carve away and weaken the wood above it
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>>21259832
Any situation where we would be able to shake his hand?
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>>21259831
Be careful not to get the blood on you!
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>>21259857
>"No, why? She hasn't gone back in her room since you left."

>>21259864
It's set up like a gallows, the spike would be seen a mile off.

>>21259867
If you could enter his private rally with the rich folk and get close you could.

What do you do?
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Rolled 59

>>21259832
Is he explicitly aware of when people are under his influence?
We could try to infiltrate and pretend to be his lackey/bodyguard/whatever if he only has external behavior to go by.
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>>21259780

Wait, that reminds me. Our strength and survivability is dependant on willpower. What if we become weak and fragile when Eric cuts off our willpower and takes control?
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>>21259867
Doesnt seem likely
Is he the sort to go around kissing babies?
If so, put a grenade in a straw baby and dress up like a mother...
....
........
Good idea right?
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>>21259885
Might become dependant on Erik's willpower. Christ on a bike, this means Erik is probably a goddamn beast compared to us.
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>>21259884
He's so used to everyone falling under his spell he wouldn't see it coming from right in front of him.

>>21259885
You would be a normal skeleton if you chose that path, and a good hammer strike would break you.

>>21259892
The smoke of the fuse might give it away.

>>21259903
If Erik feels like it. Apathy is a horrid creature, and its teeth are sunk deep into Erik.

What do you do?
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>>21259922
are there any high buildings above the podium?
Or is it a pretty level street without any convenient precariously placed pianos?
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>>21259922
Tell Erik this man proposes to ban pornography.
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>>21259952
The podium is in the park, there isn't anywhere to drop a piano on him.

There are lines of sight, but there's snipers on the roofs looking for assassins.

>>21259963
>"That...That monster! Erotica never did anyone any harm! What right does he have? What a nerve! Daniel, should you need my aid, you need only ask."

What do you do?
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>>21259922
Go get a pin
Go to a nearby hospital and find someone with a horrible deadly wasting illness
Stab them with the pin
Stick the pin in between the floorboards in front of the lectern
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>>21259981
And now we have Erik good and motivated.
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>>21259987
Hopes and dreams are as feeble as the men who foster them.
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>>21259981
"I know, erotica is a beautiful artform, one I do not personally appreciate any longer but I would not dream of taking it out of anyone's hands. When the time comes and I ask you to order me to kill him keep your will strong, think of the smut, think of the poor oppressed smut."
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>>21259922

We are not going through with the Eric Command plan. A basic skeleton would be torn apart by like 10 people!

Also, is our Deafening Silence/Stare a Hydra gift or is that just us?
>>
Can we tunnel under to the podium?
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>>21260010
That's just you.
If Erik's will matches or is greater than yours, you'd be fine.

>>21260016
It would take a long time, to get past all the roots.

>>21260009
>"I will, such a pure art form shall never be taken from me!"

What do you do?
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>>21260036
>>21260016
We have time. Then we can just wait.
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>>21259987
No support for this idea?
Nope? ok
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>>21260054
A rather large hole going down and into the park would attract attention. You'd have to map your way over to the park underground.

What do you do?
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>>21260036

"Hey Erik. You know how you're a really good necromancer? If my body gets destroyed can you put my soul into another skeleton and animate me again?"
>>
Well then, we should disguise ourselves for this particular mission, yes?

Anyplace nearby where we can get a black cloak, a mask and an hourglass? Let's do this one with style.
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>>21260125
(Meta knowledge - that would mean nothing carries any real risk in game, doubtful)
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>>21260114
Look for a shop that sells black robes.
Find a scythe.
Put our armor and such in our room.
Wait for the next rally.
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>>21259987
I am personally suggesting my give him setting's version of anthrax plan
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>>21260125
>"Afraid not, I only put your soul back because it was your body. Do try not to get smashed, though."

>>21260133
There are many costume, farming, and decorative stores in the city.

>>21260151
You visit each store and purchase the wanted items.

You place the items on your bed.

>>21260161
You wouldn't be allowed near the really sick ones in quarantine. You'd have to fight your way in and out.

What do you do?
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>>21260161
Takes too long, and anything virtulent enough to fataly infect from a pinprick would spark an epidemic.
Plus, he could be wearing, you know, shoes.
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>>21260188
ok, prepare for the costume party. think if we bribed the doorman, he'd let us in? i think we've got the money for it. then, once we're in we try to find a way to the guy and have Erik put his willpower through. then move in for a drowning
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>>21260212
Then make it a big pin
I dont know
No one is really coming up with an idea
Dressing like death isn't likely to get us near the guy now is it
That's like trying to assassinate the president of america dressed as a clown
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>>21260231
What costume party is this?
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>>21260188

So, recap on the plan. Are we dressing up as Death then running up to Drown Touch him? That sounds really risky.
>>
I assume we can use the drowning touch as long as he is touching a part of us?
Remove a finger bone and place it on the lectern before he goes to read
He'll probably pick it up out of curiosity, at which point we either make him Join the God Below or drown him
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>>21260240
Dressing up for a costume party?

>>21260231
You could just hit the door man really hard.

You tailor the robe to fit you better, and hone the scythe. You tie the hour glass you the waist of the robe.

>>21260254
See.>>21259407

>>21260279
You could drown or decompress. Either would work. And every plan you've had is risky.

>>21260291
I've covered this, it has to be connected to you to work, otherwise it's just bone.

What do you do?
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>>21260240
Hey, some guys in a limo managed to get within a hundred feet of Bush one time while dressed as osama bin ladin and waving around passcards that actualy said "fake" on them.
They were only caught when they tried to turn around.
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>>21260240
Would get us into the costume party. Our deafening silence thing might be because we're Hydra's angel of death. Walk in dressed as death, deafening silence, shake his hand with drowning touch, leave. Drown anyone who tries to stop us from leaving. Just walk slowly out of there, get on our skeletal horse, and ride off. No one can catch us. Our horse is faster than theirs and will never tire. All that will be known is that death himself claimed this man.
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>>21260308
Let's go with the angel of death party angle. We've been stalled here long enough.
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>>21260308
party murderer time!
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>>21260308

Guess we'll go with the plan then. Dice Gods be cool, k? Please? Please be cool...
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>>21260322
I say we share this plan with erik. Just have him order us to do this.
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>>21260322
We shall become the the masque of the red death, tonight.
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You wait until the Friday Fido is holding the private ball.

You dress up as Death, and you look the part, too.

You leave the inn, scythe in hand.

Binky is munching on hay in the stables, you mount up and trot off into the night.

Binky slowly walks through the streets, you just have to follow the noise and music coming from the glass building.

You pass by many people on the way, almost all of them bow their heads and run. A few too drunk to think straight ask for an autograph.

You arrive outside Fido's tower, and tie Binky up to a watering trough, just to comfort him.

You walk up the steps to the tower, bony feet clacking on the stone.

The door man asks you who are, you just stare at him until he backs off and you enter.

Fido is up on a stage giving a speech, you enter unnoticed.

What do you do?

>>21260401
FINALLY, someone sees what's going on.
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>>21260420
Tell Erik to order us to use drowning touch on him.
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>>21260420
Stand silently in the eaves. Let the silence be our herald.
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>>21260420
"Erik, give the order. Order me to kill Fido with drowning touch. Stay strong Erik, he wants to take away all of the porn, he wants to burn the smut and eliminate the erotica."
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>>21260438
>"Wait until he's done, then get close while he mingles, stop that bastard from banning my erotica!"

>>21260451
You stand at the back of the hall, the volume grows less and less, and eventually it slides down the reverse end of the scale, the silence becomes deafening.

>"I'm sorry, but I don't know your name?"
Fido asks as the crowd parts.

>>21260464
>"Make him come to you, make that bastard come to his own end!"

Roll 1d10 to resist telling him your name.
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"Eric, give us free will once we return home."
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>>21260464
He wants sex to only be for procreation, between a loving couple in the missionary position with the lights off, under the sheets! And holding hands!
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Rolled 4

>>21260499
"I AM DEATH!"
>>
We could try and wait for an opportunity rather than running straight in
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Rolled 9

>>21260499
rollan
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Rolled 5

>>21260499
"My name? I do not have a name. But I can tell you what I am."
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Rolled 3

>>21260499
here we go.
captcha: speculation erickt
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>>21260464
"Erik, after he takes control of Siguro(?) he'll be after Gallowmere, where your library is"
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>>21260513
why.ePub
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>>21260513
THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS
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Rolled 9

>>21260499
"We are Death."
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Rolled 7

>>21260535
DAMMIT
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Rolled 3

>>21260529
I'm slow, disregard.
_
rollan
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>>21260517
>"Hmm? Cat got your tongue, eh?"
He's a bit confused as to why you don't answer.

>"Wait... The cloak, the hourglass, and the scythe... You come for all men, but not for me, for me you will kneel."

Roll 1d20
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Rolled 11

>>21260547
"Hello, have you considered how Hydra could improve your life?"
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Rolled 11

>>21260547
"I kneel to no man."
Bow to him and advance, hand outstretched
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Rolled 11

>>21260547
"We do not kneel. But We will shake your hand."
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Rolled 4

>>21260547
nah, my knees are a little stiff
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Rolled 7

>>21260547
"NO. DEATH COMES FOR ALL."
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Rolled 18

>>21260547
"..."
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Rolled 16

>>21260547

Advance.
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Rolled 8

>>21260562
>>21260564
>>21260576
The fuck?
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Rolled 6

>>21260592
>>21260586
>>21260583
YOUR WILLS BE WEAK. WE SHALL NOT LET ANOTHER NOMAD COME TO POWER
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Rolled 20

Why not just kneel to him?
He's likely to come over
I suggest we kneel
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Rolled 4

>>21260547
NOT TODAY
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Rolled 16

>>21260610
FAGGOT
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>>21260612
The man has a point
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Rolled 19

>>21260612
This guy's got it.
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Rolled 6

>>21260612
NO, WE DONT FUCKING KNEEL. WE SHAKE HIS HAND, STROKE THE BASTARDS EGO
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>>21260631
What the hell kid
Are you an idiot?
Kneel
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>>21260612
Hell no, why the fuck would we do that?
We're not propping his ego any further.
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>>21260576
>>21260564
>>21260562
That is... Odd...

>>21260588
Your silence drains the life of the party goers, and all eyes turn to you.

>>21260612
But in the end you kneel.
>"Yes, yes, I am master of death. See? This is my power! My words conquer life and death itself!"

>"Now stand and tell me your name!"

Roll 1d100
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Rolled 14

>>21260631
You mean disobey the diplomancer who is used to everyone obeying him? If we don't bow then he'll get suspicious.
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Rolled 97

>>21260644
Lift him by the thoat and drown him. Say nothing.
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Rolled 99

>>21260644
"WE ARE DEATH."
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>>21260665
So much this
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>>21260665
Fucking sweet.
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>>21260674
oh FUCK yes
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Rolled 58

>>21260644
"Thanatos, I swear fealty to you"
Offer him scythe, decompress.
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>>21260665
>>21260674
Truly, the dice gods smile upon us today.
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Well holy shit
I suggest silence though
It's better than just spouting
"HURR WE R DEATH"
It's more fitting I believe.
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>>21260665
DO IT
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I say silence, what better way for him to die than staring at the face of disobedience?
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Rolled 14

>>21260644

"You haven't worked it out yet? Pathetic."
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>>21260701
We whisper it, then. Just for him, and him alone.
A final word before the darkness eternal.
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>>21260674
Bonus points if we sound like Diskworld's Death
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>>21260674
"I am Death."

>"Lies, lies and filth!"
He grabs you to make you stand. But as he goes to pull you up
>>21260665
Your hands wrap around his throat. You lift him into the air for all to see.

"Death is as timeless as the ocean, and as masterless as the waves. None command the tide."

Water begins to pour out of Fido's mouth.

He's trying to speak commands, to order you to stop, but only sea water leaves his mouth.

All his friends and followers stare on in horror, as Fido kicks at you, but soon the kicking stops, and Fido goes limp.

You lower him down and place him softly on the marble floor.

What do you do?
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>>21260726
So... you obey him?
As poetic and bullshit as that sounds, it's also quite silly
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>>21260736
Quick, does 4chan have smallcaps?
What else sounds like slabs of lead landing on a marble floor?
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>>21260746
Walk out. With full quiet mode on. Get on our horse. Ride away.
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>>21260746
Get on the horse, lose any pursuers, then pay the assassins to bring you his books.
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"guess he had too much to drink"
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>>21260746
Stand still a moment, then arange his limbs into the customary funeral possitions; legs straight, arms crossed over the breast, and eyes closed.
Then, walk out, as silently as we entered.
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Rolled 59

>>21260746
"Know ye now that death hath walked among you. No man is my master, and those who seek to be shall join me in the darkness. Go now."
>rollan 2 intimidate
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We did what we came for,let's try to walk out
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>>21260736
>>21260761
You look like death, but your soul is oh so human. You haven't mastered small caps yet.

>>21260773
You turn and leave, as the door closes behind you sound rushes in to fill the vacuum. You hear people screaming and shouting for their dead leader.

You mount up on Binky and canter off.

No one really wants to follow you, after seeing what they saw.

You ride to the Damaged Percussion Instrument and pay the assassins to bring you the contents of his library and basement.

You ride out once more.

Where do you go?
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>>21260746
"And now was acknowledged the presence of the Red Death. He had come like a thief in the night. And one by one dropped the revellers in the blood-bedewed halls of their revel, and died each in the despairing posture of his fall. And the life of the ebony clock went out with that of the last of the gay. And the flames of the tripods expired. And Darkness and Decay and the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all."
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>>21260826
Back to Gallowmere. Swing by Adrian's place on the way back.
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>>21260746

Turn around and walk out. Slightly drown any who try to prevent you from leaving.

Captcha: Hades encato
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>>21260839
Hell, is it really an impersonation at this point?
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>>21260826
Call up Rebecca. "Hello honey, how's the adventuring going? Have you made any friends, are you getting along with everyone?"
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>>21260861
Prophecy stone acknowledges us as an angel of death
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>>21260826
Is this on the same continent as Erik's mansion or a different one? If it's the same just go back the long way by land. Riding back on the ship may give us away and we don't want to hang around longer than necessary. We can have some adventures on the return trip, too.
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>>21260861
Well, we aren't actually death
And he might get pissed if we go raggin on his turf
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>>21260826
Call up Erik. Tell him we've murdered the awful bastard. Explain to him exactly how we did it.
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>>21260844
Adrian lives on the other side of the globe. Reference for you.

You----Gallowmere----Adrian
The ---- being large bodies of water.

>>21260862
The atmosphere is shattered with some overbearing parenting.

"Hey Rebecca? Uncle Daniel's just calling to check up, you haven't talked to me in a while, are you safe?"

>"Yes, Uncle, we've arrived at Kerm. Did you know there's a battle unit named after you? Yeah, when I tell them my last name people just kind of run away. It's getting annoying, living in your shadow."

"Sorry, honey. But that's how Uncle works."

>>21260907
>"Sounds a bit theatrical to me, Daniel, but if it worked and stopped the evil mastermind, then good."

What do you do?
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>>21260889
It's on a different one, but that doesn't need to stop us.
We don't need air or sleep. We shall ride the seabed!
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>>21260923
Are the assassins delivering the books to our mansion, or a predetermined dead-drop? Don't think its wise to lead them straight to the mansion
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>>21260923
"That just gives you something to work for honey. You work hard people'll be saying 'You're Rebecca's Uncle. Wow what was she like as a kid?'. I'm sorry about having a bit of a reputation, I don't really go out of my way to keep it quiet.

What are your adventuring buddies like?"
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>>21260893
I'm thinking he'd brofist us and buy us a drink.
We'll both slop it all over the floor and laugh.
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>>21260931
If we convince the horse to go underwater
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>>21260923
Theatrical seemed the right way to go
Dont want him being a martyr do we?
People aren't going to think well of a man who pissed off death itself
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>>21260931
I agree here
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>>21260953
>brofist
>touching the angel of death itself
Wouldn't we be re-deaded?
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>>21260947
I say dead(ha, dead, gettit?) drop. Head to the drop point and wait, without moving.
Let them leave the books and take the payment from a bag at our feet, and leave, before we move.
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>>21260988
There's contracts out on Fido, we don't owe them shit.
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>>21260984
I assume he's got at least some control over his deathtouch deally.
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>>21260961
blindfold it. it doesn't have any nerve endings, so it can't feel the water. plausible, but what about the things that live in the deep? we're not that friendly with them...
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>>21261002
We own them a little for the legwork of looting his place. We're certainly making a hell of a profit here though.
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Rolled 85

>>21260923

We have a last name? I thought we were just Sir Daniel of Gallowmere.

Also victory dance when nobody's looking. We've been bottling our moves too long!
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>>21261012
Im not so sure
Isnt that kind of like water preventing itself from being wet?
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>>21261015
True, Hydra is at war right now. Seas aren't the safest place. Now, if we had the boon of water-walking maybe. Also, I think we should pat ourselves on the back for offing this guy without ANY collateral damage apart from ruined carpet.
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>>21261015
Fuck 'em. We've got all of hydra's followers on our side, and anybody that gets in our way can eat hammer.
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>>21261039
Daniel Fortesque. Also, hold the victory dance until we're home.
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>>21261039
Our full name is Sir Daniel Fortesque.
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>>21261051
Swinging a hammer underwater doesn't really work
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>>21261076
Oh, fine then. Be that way.
Let's just meet the assassins and get the books already.
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>>21261046
You could totally just hang that carpet to dry
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>>21261099
Sorry dude
Its just hard to do is all
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>>21260947
A dead drop on the docks.

>>21260951
>"They're fine, Uncle, but once they learnt who you are and how we're related they wont stop asking to meet you. Uncle? How do you know if you're in love."

"Not a clue. Bye!"

>"Uncle! Wa-"

You stuff it into your pocket.

You go to the docks and wait, soon enough a group of men come along with a baggage train and drop it at your feet.

You toss them their payment and they leave, quickly.

You move all your stuff onto a ship and tell the captain to set sail. He doesn't argue.

You return to gallowmere in a week, and bring all the books and chests with you.

You hire some men to bring the stuff to Erik's manor house, you lead the caravan.

You've returned to the manor house and settled the stuff down in the library.

Erik looks through all the books and find the interesting ones.

You find a large chest that takes your fancy.

Roll 1d6.
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Rolled 3

>>21261115
Come on 4
I know OP likes 4
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Rolled 3

>>21261115
We're going to get to have fun soon. When Rebecca brings back the love interest we get to intimidate the ever loving fuck out of him because that's what parent figures do.
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>>21261046
Oh yeah, what does our god think about the way we pulled that off?
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>>21261144
SOCLOSE
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Rolled 2

>>21261115
fuck, she fell in love with one of them didn't she? is it the cleric like someone said last thread?
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Rolled 5

>>21261144
The number of death, no less.
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>>21261115
>how do you know if you're in love
Ohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboy.
Are you going to use the yandere idea?
Wait, don't tell me.
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Rolled 2

If you do the average it's really unlikely to get 1 or 6. Can you do the number with the most votes instead?
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Rolled 5

>>21261115
AWWW OUR LITTLE GIRL IS IN LURVE
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>>21261144
>>21261153
>>21261175
we're not getting 4.
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Rolled 6

>>21261195
Chalengeaccepted.jpg
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>>21261195
Maybe OP will appreciate us remembering he likes 4?
We remember stuff about you OP, because we love you
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>>21261115
come on four
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Rolled 3

>>21261217
FOOUUUURRRRRRR
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Rolled 1

>>21261229
>anon cannot into munbers.
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Rolled 6

>>21261229
where dat 4 at
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Rolled 4

>>21261239
Oh, fuck me in my hot wet booty.
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>>21261153
>Him
Check your privilege

>>21261162
>"Maximum effectiveness, minimum loss. It was good work, Fido's spell is broken."

>>21261144
>>21261187
>>21261185
>>21261175
>>21261169
>>21261153
It's 3.33... I'll round up. And that one guy got 44.

You open the chest and find a suit of armour, you go to inspect it but it grabs your hand and pulls itself up.

>"Who dareth disturb the Warforged slumber?!"
Well, shit.

http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/21256335/
Archived.
G'night.
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Rolled 6

>>21261248
FINALLY.
....dice gods are fucked up... O.o
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>>21261248
>the dice gods are into anal
WELP.
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>>21261253
goddamnit, who wanted the robot? your wish came true
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>>21261283
You don't get to complain, you fuckers were whooping and hollering for a skelehorecopter.
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>>21261294
...can we teach it to dance?
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>>21261303
It can, indeed, do the robot.
>>
EEEEEEEE a Warforged!
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>>21261313
ALRIGHT, NOW YOU'RE PUSHING IT. AKU CAN ONLY HANDLE SO MUCH CHEESE.
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>>21261294
And it was awesome. And we love you.
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>>21261313
We're totally telling it we woke it up because we heard it was lonely and liked to dance.
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>>21261339
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>>21261294
See, it sounds so bad when you put it like that.
Ah well, you're awesome, you get a pass.
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>>21261373
In all my years of writing stories, as pulping and silly as they may be, I've never ever decided on a skelehorsecopter.

And the critical acclaim it got, Christ on a bike.
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>>21261339
There is no such thing as too much cheese.
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Idea! We call it "Four" and it has lightning/sonic powers!
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>>21261396
oh god no, I just realized something. She fell for the fucking elf didn't she?
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I find it amusing you take notice of the Warforged, but not when I tell you Rebecca's a lesbian.
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>>21261455
*A fucking elf
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>>21261455
Eh, no.
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>>21261399
CHEESE! SO MUCH CHEESE!
WHO DARES BRING THIS ABOMINATION INTO THE SANCTUM OF AKU!?
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>>21261470
Ok. I can deal with lesbian. All it is really, is more common ground with our neice.
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>>21261461
/tg/ in a nutshell.
Who needs boobs when you've got a +5 adamantium chestpiece.
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>>21261514
What male would put up with her shit, really?

>>21261517
True.
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>>21261514
No.
Stop right there.
We are not about to turn this into some twisted bonding exercise.
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>>21261528
One that could not be called a man.
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>>21261541
Realistically, we'll try out of sheer flusteredness. Or say "Well, I always just used rack size to determine if I was in love or not." And then cue awkward comment or silence.
>>
Wait. OP made that sad story about the golem and the garden. A golem (Warforged) has just been introduced.

Tomorrow is going to be bleak.
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>>21261562
>"Uncle, how do you know if you love someone?"
"Well, if they put out I used to tell them I loved them."
>"You disgust me."

>>21261577
Would you like to know the Warforged's name?
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>>21261577
Meryl gets a gardening partner. Since Meryl and stumbles are magical constructs found in basements of magic users' homes, they've got good chances of sticking around a while.
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>>21261577
Oh fuck no.
Shut up. Shut up shut up shut up.
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>>21261601
"Or if they had a nice rack and wouldn't put out."
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>>21261601
Yes. His name would be awesome.
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>>21261577
But this can't be that golem. We already ran across Golem 6b previously.

This one is probably a war golem, unless Warforged and Golems are different in which case none of this is relevant.
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>>21261635
War forged golem. A golem forged for war. Problem solved. This ain't set in the D&D universe.
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>>21261635
Are we about to meet 6a?
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>>21261635
Golems were Shock and Awe weapons, Warforged were the souls of great soldiers put into an immortal shell.

>>21261630
Warforged Unit 4b. Unit 4.

In the magical weapon production line, the model "b" is always defective.

As for why 4b is defective, you'll learn.
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>>21261665
he dances. Or is extremely emotional. Or is a door golem that shoves keys up his ass. Or is a fucking elf. Or has a deep love of porn.
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>>21261685
Door golem.....Isn't Adrian a rogue?
>OH YES, PICK ME ADRIAN, RIGHT THERE. RIGHT IN THE TUMBLERS OH GOD YES
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>>21261685
She's a lesbian
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>>21261685
Nope.

When a warforged is made a soldier's soul is moved from the flesh and into the steel and gears.

Their emotions are deadened, and their remorse and compassion. But not with 4b.

>>21261706
>Set of armour
>Filled with gears and cogs
>Magical furnace used to move around
>Lesbian

What are you smoking?
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>>21261721
I know how I'm greeting it.
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>>21261721
Cats, actualy. Maybe I'll roll a hamster or two later, I dunno.
That was a weird thread.
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>>21261704
I'm going to call that happening later on down the line when we need him to pick a lock.
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>>21261742
Why would you need to pick a lock? You'd just break the door in.
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>>21261721
We're getting a PTSD buddy! We can mope and watch paint dry together.
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>>21261754
To make him feel useful or something. I like adventuring with the frenemies, needing their skills stops us from feeling all-powerful.
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>>21261765
>>21261766
>Implying 4b wants to go with you

You two have high expectations...
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>>21261782
We can solve anything with a high enough hug roll.

>FOUL DEMON, I WILL NOT SUFFER YOUR KIND TO WALK THIS EARTH
"Ssshhhhhhh. No anger, only hugs."
>WHAT GAME ARE YOU PLAYING? I SHALL NOT FALL FOR YOUR TRICKERY
"SSSShhhhhhhhhhhh. It's ok. Just let the hug happen. Everything will be ok."
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>>21261848
And then we roll a 1.
On a d1000.
We have to dance the dance of friendship!
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>>21261848
I mean out to fight.

If I was a machine designed to kill, and suddenly I've got freedom, fuck would I still be killing.
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>>21261782
I was talking about having adrian pick a lock that was enchanted to derive sexual pleasure from it.
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>>21261886
That is a strange fetish...
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>>21261898
Don't judge me.
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>>21261908
Too late now.
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>>21261886
>door golem
What have you done.
Only the dead will know peace from this evil.
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>>21261918
I didn't judge you for a pregnant thri-keen
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>>21261935
9 sided cube.

>>21261939
That's the miracle of life, you're a hedonist.
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>>21261935
A lock that makes people too uncomfortable to pick it. What's not to like?
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>>21261951
Don't blame me because /d/ doesn't have what I'm looking for.
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>>21261976
I. Judge. You.
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>>21261935
>door golem
>not doorforged
What the hell, man. I'm dissapointed in you.
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>>21261993
What foul creature is that?
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>>21261981
If your door started moaning whenever you unlocked it, what would you do?
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>>21262017
Burn it?
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>>21262010
Something I have no interest in. It is obviously a male door.
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>>21261981
>Not wanting the feel of the cold picks slowly entering the entrance, and picking away at the right springy tumblers.
Coward.
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>>21262022
You heartless bastard
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>>21262062
Xeno lover.
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>>21262028
>>21262010
Aw, come on guys, don't be so hard on Rood. He's a cool guy, I swear.
Just don't let him get any picks.
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>>21262070
Doors aren't xenos. If they were, no one would have any privacy.
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>>21262070
Enjoy pooping with the door open
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>>21262091
Talk and feeling doors are a strange, new type of Xeno.

And as it is my duty as Inquisitor Story Man, you'll all be coming with me, for "re-education."

=][=

Now.
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>>21262070
Not wanting to explore brave new worlds, eh?
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>>21262123
It seems my faithful flamethrower needs reactivation, eh?

Very well.
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>>21262138
Have you ever heard the doors to the throne room being unlocked? I'll tell you one thing: total screamers.
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>>21262204
Would you like some bolter round to go with that heresy?
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>>21262212
I'm telling you man, you gotta hear for yourself. Heard them screaming myself, opened up the doors and some sisters of battle were praying to the emperor inside.
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>>21262252
I hope they have screaming doors in hell, heretic.
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>>21262252
.......I think I've solved this mystery. Obviously my dear man, 'twas the sisters screaming their devotion to the emperor.
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>>21262259
That would explain why I can't find any other doors that like being opened that much
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>>21262257
I thought everything screamed in hell?
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>>21262298
Do I have to get my bible out and correct you?
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>>21262298
Yeah, they're screaming alright.
About what, that's up for you too decide...


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