Woo! thread two for the night! I should start getting used to this, huh? haha!++[x] “Sounds like a lot to handle, but yeah. I got it. Now I need to go talk to Katya about this chick.”You shrug. “If that's what you want to do, boss, I'm game. At least till you find someone better. But I really do need to talk to Katya about this chick- if she's getting letters to me, I'm worried about what she'll do to Jess.”Ice nods. “I'm also thinking of asking Katsumi to do it- she's offered to help out, and it'd look good to the Japanese.” She smiles. “It'd look very good to the Japanese- We're not household names yet, but...” You laugh. “But we're getting close?” She nods again. “Close enough I'm glad we're due back aboard soon. Thankfully the Japanese military has a lot more control over the press than they have stateside.”You laugh again and head downstairs, where Ayumi points you to Katya- outside on the balcony with Katsumi, drinking tea and playing chess. You sit down to observe- Katsumi is giving Katya a run for her money, but she's lost her queen and a pair of knights, while Katya's lost a bishop and a rook with a scattering of pawns. “Evening Ladies.” you greet, stepping back out into the cold night air. “Wouldn't it be warmer inside?” 1/3
Katya shakes her head, holding her chin in one hand as she things. “Too noisy. TV, Twins. Children asking questions of us.”Katsumi nods. “And besides. The cold isn't that bad.” She grins. “At least, not to superior Japanese Witches!” She laughs quietly. You shrug. “Hey Katya, when you get a minute, I need your opinion on this.” You say, pulling the letter out of your coat pocket. Katsumi looks over at you. “What is it?” She asks. “Letter from that Soviet witch I tangled with above Tokyo bay.” You say, nonchalantly. Katsumi's eyes widen. “Really? How did it get through the mail censors? Surely your intelligence branch would have caught it!” “You'd think so, anyway.” You say, nodding, handing over the letter as Katya finally moves, taking one of Katsumi's pawns with one of her own. Katya reads the letter, looking up at you when she's done and handing it back. “I do not know what to think, Frank.” She says, shaking her head. “You haven't heard of her before?” You ask, surprised. Katya shakes her head. “No, but I'd heard rumors. But there are always rumors, yes? Cloning, secret experiments, super soldier programs- always rumors, never really true.”She frowns, looking at the letter again. “I do not know if they are true, but supposedly they created a superwitch years ago, somehow. If the rumors are true, then... “ She trails off, then shakes her head. “If they are true, then she's of no real relation to comrade Stalin, but it's the name she was assigned. She'd also be far stronger than any other witch living.”2/3
Katsumi shakes her head. “What about your matrons? Surely they wouldn't have allowed-” Katya cuts her off. “Japanese matrons might act against the Emperor, but Soviet matrons believe in the good of the people. They may have protested, but I do not think they would have acted to stop it.”Katsumi takes the heat in her voice in stride. “True. Our matrons would never overtly act against my father. Still, this seems like it's a bit more than they'd tolerate.”Katya shrugs. “I am sorry, I did not mean offense. It is also possible they were not told. There are plenty of people in Siberia, some of them are witches. It would not be that hard to secure their cooperation without the matrons knowing.”“So what do you think?” You ask. Katya shrugs again. “She will be a greater threat than you've faced before. I think she may have been gauging you over Tokyo bay, yes? Trying to see how strong you were, how you fly and fight. This letter makes her seem like she is unstable, which rumors say all of them were, but then, the rumors also say all of them died of complications long before they flew.”She pauses. “If she is product of those programs, then perhaps it is best if you stay close to one of us, yes? I would be glad to repay you if you ask.” “I'd appreciate it, Katya.” “I ought to be Ok for a while, anyway.” Other! (write in)
>>23654255>Insane SuperwitchAw fuck.Actually, come to think of it I almost feel sorry for her. “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”
>>23654255[X] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”
>>23654255> “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”
>>23654255> “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”I really, really want to get ONI and every other US intel agency in on this.Not least because a successful Soviet Super-Witch Program would be bad news for us.
>>23654255>“I ought to be Ok for a while, anyway.”
>>23654255[x] "I'd Appreciate it Katya, that and some kind of subgun I can stick under my pillow."
>>23654255> Other.()"No. She wants me specifically. Shes not going to kill ME but she already made her intention to do so to Merlin. Getting too close to anyone is going to make them a target."inb4 loads of samefag again
>>23654255>In the air, sure, but so long as I don't go wandering off alone on the ground I should be okay. Thanks for the thought though, I'm honored.
>>23654255>[x] Other! (write in)"Rotating shifts would be advisable, since she will probably make anyone near me a target, probably going to cause a stir nonetheless when we kick this to higher ups given she was able to get it in through our mail, so its likely we are going to see even higher security."
>>23654357...Very good point.Support
Rolled 59>>23654255[X] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”[X] other.Now lets go find a secure land line to call Nixon. He'll enjoy anything you can tell him and it will get the spooks on it faster.
>>23654360Pretty much this.
>>23654255[x] Other: I don't want to get everyone caught up in thisFronk can handle it.
Rolled 75>>23654255>>23654357I'll throw another support for this.
>>23654357A Target for a stealth witch.Yep. +1
>>23654255inb4 She has Sanya's genes[x] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”
>>23654255[x] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”"I saved your life, and I'd be honored if you stood ready to do the same for me."
>>23654255[X] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”More Katya flags. At this rate we will need our witch harem to take her down. Or at least coutner her.
Rolled 84>>23654388This is a great idea. that way frank can help take care of the crazy super witch after she knocks him out in 3 seconds.
>I love how the katyafags are putting their waifu in a sniper's crosshair for 'points'.
>>23654431>sniperShe uses a PP-19 Bizon submachine gun, actually.
>>23654454Figure of speech.
>>23654255[x] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”That explains why Konstantina is so fucked up at least, I dare say having no social contact worth mentioning, years of brainwashing and just being plain brought to kill people did a number on her.And yes, my vote is pretty much for the Katya points.
>>23654431You honestly think it's better to try tackling her without back up?
>>23654240>>23654255Ahh she sounds cute and unstable. I kinda want to get captured now just for all the cute things we could do to help her with."I WILL NOT MAKE MY BED! A WITCH DOESN'T NEED TO, MY SERVANTS WILL DO IT!""Calm down, its easy. Let me show you how, come on over here. Thats right first that sheet, now the blankets. Ah huh, now the comforter. Good job, you did it. Maybe next time you can do it by you're self?""NO! I-I only did it because you h-helped me do it. Not because I w-w-wanted to make you happy darling!"
>>23654510To be completely honest I wouldn't mind getting tackled by her.
>>23654357This is a good idea, the right course of action, plus I hate Katya, so it's all a win-win.
>>23654525Shit nigga that's kawaii
>>23654510No I think its best to tackle her only with Katya as support.Good way to trim the cast.
>>23654431Shouldn't all the anti-Katyafags be voting for her for the same reason?Thanks Katya.
>>23654550It's more fun to watch them dig her grave.
>>23654546I never said ONLY her and the way the vote put it was that Katya being enthusiastic about the task of protecting Frank.
>>23654357Something like this.>captcha: against trolsA
>>23654581I support it either way.Stalinka will gun for first, anyways.
>>23654255>[X] “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”Also GUNZ would be nice
>>23654618>GUNZDude, do you REALLY want Frank having to deal with K-Style fuckery? We'll get utterly stomped.
>>23654255[x] Other!"I appreciate the thought, Katya, but wouldn't that just put you in her sights? She's crazy, and will probably gun for you, like she's doing to Merlin."
Not to hit on SWQ cliches, but Frank may actually need a rape whistle.
>>23654697I never thought I'd be able to use this image again
>>23654697How many times has that worked in SWQ vanilla?Never?
>>23654697should send that in the report back to the manufacturer, would be hilarious listing faults, advice on better hardpoints, rape whistle, wait what?
>>23654643>K-style witchesOh god pls no
>>23654732Exactly zero times.Which means it'd probably work every time in this one.
>>23654255I'd appreciate it Katya
>>23654255 “I'd appreciate it, Katya.”
What are "K-style" witches?
>>23654826Witches that continuously cancel their actions.So Asperger witches.
>>23654690It's a reference to the online shooter GunZ: The Duel.http://gunz.wikia.com/wiki/K-Style>K-Style, or Korean Style, is an emergent gameplay style that is widely used in all versions of GunZ. It exploits basic flaws in the game engine to cancel moves that would otherwise be time-consuming and expose the user to risk. The most basic principle of K-Styling is to always stay in movement; a skilled K-Styler continually moves to avoid fire and strings together basic moves to create what could be called a fluid "dance".A skilled K-Styler is fucking deadly and WILL destroy your ass with ease.
>>23654878That makes it sound better than what it actually is. A gameplay style that was originally considered an exploit when it first started.
What ever happened to planefag?
>>23654912True. It IS technically an exploit. I guess most of my personal respect comes from the fact that my background is mostly in fighting games, so I'm used to specific amounts of frames, cancels, and such.
>>23654935He lives on in our hearts, ready to bounce at a moments notice. Waiting for the perfect time, on how to defeat the martians.
>>23654935Busy with life
>>23654935Probably lurking this thread. Planefag: Please come back
>>23654966Good riddance.I think we can all agree that SWQ got worse as time went on.Anybody know what happened to SuWQ?
>>23655061I agreePanzer got bored or something
So does inspector Gadget exist here or not?
>>23655061obvious Kotters is ObviousI still miss it
>>23655061And all the posters came here. Face it, you need him.
>>23654935I saw him post on /k/ last week.
>>23655061I think you should avoid using the phrase "I think we can all agree".Opinions are strange and multitudinous things.
>>23655061Once it started relying solely on lolrandom rule of cool character of the week style writing to avoid advancing the plot, I became less and less interested.
>>23655061Kotters ran out of motivation, he basically set up some decent characters and then there wasn't really anywhere to go with them because the lives of subwitches are kind of boring compared to people who don't have to live on a submarine.
>>23655153Thanks, I was wondering what happened to him. Good to have some closure.
>>23655111But it DID turn to shit. At the slightest hint of plot progression, planefag would throw some random shit at us that had little relevance to the plot.
>>23655149Basically. It was good while it was running 2-3 times a week, but even before the hiatus, the quest was getting stale, it was just hard to notice.
[x] Other! (write in)You shake your head. “She's already made it clear Merlin's a target because of how close she is to me. Anyone trying to protect me is just going to paint a giant target on themselves.”Katsumi nods. “Besides, it doesn't sound like she wants you dead.” She chuckles a bit. “You'd be quite useless to her then, I'm thinking. Well, at least after a while. I hear that men get- ““That's quite enough of that!” you say, shaking your head and laughing. “Besides, I don't need to worry about you getting dreams of her doing... things to my fresh corpse. That's kinda weird, highness. You should talk to someone about that.”She laughs. “Regardless, I'll pass a... request up the chain for more base force troops here, and maybe some ghosts. And what did I say about calling me highness among friends?”You nod. “Thanks Katsumi. Hey, any word on the south.”She frowns. “Nothing good. They've taken Nagasaki, though apparently there's a group of university students and a company of troops on Hashima island that's been able to call in extremely accurate spotting reports. Naval command is thinking about allowing the Musashi and Shinano to shell the city.” She shakes her head. “And too many troops have made foolish attacks, trying to prove their bravery. It will be some time before we break their lines.”“What about Korea?” Katya asks, sipping her tea. 1/2
Katsumi shakes her head again. “Massive uprisings in the north. With Chinese divisions heading south, it's being questioned if the army can hold it. They're setting up defensive works across the 38th parallel, but how ready they'll be.....” She trails off. “What about Sakhalin and Kamchatka?” You ask. “Better. Sakhalin is ours, and Kamchataka is mostly ours. They're still holding the area around Petropavlovsk, but that shouldn't last.” She says, then shrugs. “My brothers say they're encountering far more troops than expected, and many of them better trained and seasoned than anticipated, though it seems they're mostly light troops.”“Sounds good in the north and lousy in the south.” you remark, standing up. Katsumi nods. “That's about the situation, yes. Hopefully the fleet will be able to help break open Petropavlovsk, and I think they will with the addition of your carrier.”Katya nods. “I only wish we could be aboard it. It would be good to fly over the motherland again.” “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.” “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”
>>23655061I enjoyed it for what it was, actually wanted to see where it was going once the relationship shit was resolved, I know it wasn't likely to go on much longer, but at least getting up to the D-Day assault would have been nice. That one last massive battle to finish things out and let our imaginations finish the rest of the war out.It also spawned some decent writefaggotry and helped inspire this quest, so, shut the fuck up
>>23655196>no katya death flags
>>23655208[x] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”
>>23655208[X] “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”
>>23655208> “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”For the reason that back would be wrong. Since Fronk has never been there.
>>23655208> “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”
>>23655208> “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”And then you can point out your favorite scenery
>>23655196> “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”
>>23655208[x] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”>>23655257She means back on the Saratoga.
>Katya will never be able to return to her homeland for fear of being lynched.
>>23655219never give up hope>>23655208> “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”
Rolled 4>>23655208> “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”
>>23655208>] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”Might be cool to let her lead us around Russia.
>>23655208>[x] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”We're Navymen. We're always gonna chafe to go back to sea.
>>23655149>>23655181Part of it was pressures to run the quest from the fans and the sheer fact that due to all teh writefag demands, SWQ became far more work than Planefag originally was planning on.Certain fans/writefags being insufferable at times was likely a factor.That being said he hasn't given up on this.>>23655219See above; I think for a real finale he needs time to plan and a nice good day to actually run the final thread(s).[x] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”
>>23655339>Certain fans/writefags being insufferable at times was likely a factor.I'd be pretty weirded out if a bunch of nerds sent me a cartoon action figure too.
>>23655208[x] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”Be nice to see Russia
>>23655042He's never coming back and you know it.Especially since Ghost is a better writer with more serious themes and actual plot.
>>23655208>[x] “They'll send us where they need us Katya.”
>>23655208> “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”
>>23655208> "They'll send us where they need us, Katya."
At this point, I'm against planefag coming back to resume the quest.I would not be against a one off thing to wrap it up, sorta like the end of the first maid quest.
>>23655367>Ghost is a better writerYeah, no. SW89 may be more serious, but planefag was a far better writer in general.
>>23655208> “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”Even if we know it isn't likely. Gotta keep morale up my dear lads.
>>23655402I'm against it because he'll probably just quit halfway through the thread again>>23655410Ghost is better at telling a story, PF is better at making a story
>>23655410Opinions are varied things, who knew?For the record, I like Ghost's quest better than PF's by far.
>>23655410Planefag was a funnier writer. Ghost is a more engaging writer.Besides, it's rather difficult to objectively compare writing styles.
>>23655410Sometimes I wonder if Ghost counts votes.Katya was winning the whole way through.Not the first time this has happened.
>>23655352Actually that's considered a nice action by him by someone who actually talks to him about stuff BESIDES SWQ.>>23655367>Actual plot>Stuff ripped off of various 80's movies.I'm not saying he's bad but you're sort of overvaluing his ability.>>23655410He was definitely far better at mixing humor, plot and action at his best. And no doubt one of the most talented writers I've seen.
>>23655410>>23655367How about you both agree that you have differing opinions and are unlikely to convince the other that yours is more correct.No need for shitstorms.
>>23655465this. I unironically enjoy them both
>>23655402Despite his most recent threats being a return to greatness?I can wait longer if it results in better threads.>>23655488I'm in this camp though I admit they both have their flaws
>>23655501Here I meant threads
>>23655457Remember when this happened to planefag? Repeatedly? And the votes he'd missed were some kind of brilliant write-in? The rage. The tears. Aaah.Good quest or bad quest, the REACTIONS were worth watching every time.
>>23655367>laughing_mio.jpgPlanefag, come out. We know you're here. WE KNOW YOU'RE READING THIS, SHOW YOURSELF
>>23655513That's the natural result of quest writing: the speed doesn't allow better vote checking or Vote calling.And with the big/plot heavier posts both PF and Ghost have been writing, it was going to happen sooner or later.
>>23655537He probably saved it from a SWQ thread and copy-pasted the filename, so he wouldn't have a folder full of random-number-string image macros he can never find.Like I do.
>>23655537Okay, okay. You got me.
>>23655367I can hope. I get different things from each. Planefag is very good at hyjinx, and when he can be assed to make a fight, they are quite satisfying, but his quest was coming apart at the seems due to the size of the cast and the number of digressions we went on.
>>23655605That dude at the front looks majestic as all hell.
>>23655537You do know that shit like this is why he doesn't post in this threads anymore right? That said, Planefag, if you are lurking, take your time. There's no rush, we all hope you're doing well and are willing to wait for better threads.[x] They'll call us when they need us.
>>23655614I think the issue was that the work needed to set up a good thread exceeded his old schedule (that fans liked to demand from him)It might have gotten to the point where an SWQ session requires more planning/work than a AWiY update.
>>23655537But anon. What if... what if YOU are the planefag?
Rolled 85, 96, 94 = 275>>23655752And then anon was a fap angel.
[x] “Give it time Katya, we'll get back there.”You smile, just before opening the door and stepping back inside. “Give it time, Katya. We'll get back there.” She smiles sadly. “Yes, I... I know. It is just... I miss the motherland. I miss my family and friends. Even my cousin has not been able to talk much, though she says she is being treated very well. This is the only family I have now, and I could loose any of you at any time... it is a hard thing to accept, yes?” You nod. “I can't say I know the feeling, but I'm here for you if you need to talk, ok?” She nods back. “Ok. Thank you, Frank. You and the rest have been good friends. I do not think I could have done this without you.”She returns to her chess game- swapping the pawn she used earlier for one of Katsumi's Bishops. Katsumi is a very aggressive player, no doubt, but Katya's more methodical, absorbing temporary losses for long-term gain. Inside, you can hear the murmur of voices downstairs as the new witches ask your squadron about what it's all like. Part of you says you need to go down there before anything embarrassing gets said about you, but there's still that pile on your desk, and bed sounds pretty good right about now.  Better make sure they don't give Jess anything to write home about.  Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.  Haha, no. bed.
>>23655792> Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.PAPERWORK CALLS
>>23655792[X] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.PAPERWORK!
>>23655792>[x] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.Yes..
[X] Better make sure they don't give Jess anything to write home about. LEADERSHIP!That's what we're calling it this week.
>>23655792[x] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.
>>23655792 Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.
>>23655792responsibility. then fall asleep on desk
>>23655792 Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend. I want to see whats in the folder.
[x] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.
>>23655792> Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.We have a crap-ton of paperwork to do. China Lake needs to hear from us.
>>23655821All of the paperwork forever. Also we need to actually carry all of the dakka forever.
>>23655792> Better make sure they don't give Jess anything to write home about.I know I'm usually a big proponent of professionalism... but I gotta see this.
>>23655792>[x] Better make sure they don't give Jess anything to write home about.Less to prevent embarrassment, more to witness it.
>>23655792> Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.This is a long war of attrition against this paper work. We will win this.
>[x] Better make sure they don't give Jess anything to write home about.
>>23655792[X] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.The papers await.
>>23655792> Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend.Gotta get that paperwork done.
>>23655792[X] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend. With paperwork out of the way we might get some neat things from our plane guys.
[x] Well, I've been pretty professional lately, let's continue the trend. Well, you think, I've been pretty professional lately, maybe you ought to continue that- especially if Ice wants to bump you up to XO. The office is empty- Ice either asleep or downstairs, you guess- and you sit down, pen in hand, to knock out some of these reports. The Chance-Vought report is a simple affair, almost a narrative. You definitely like it, though you suggest a few tweaks- the universal weapons compatibility is nice, though the computer needs to be brought up to speed with that, and the wing transition can be a real challenge. Fuel and range could use some minor work, though for flights with witches, it's an outstanding jet. Other than that, you've got nothing but glowing praise for the aircraft. The China lake report is just a request for performance of the new Agile III, which takes less than an hour. The new agile is great, your only fault with it is that it's bulky for an AAM- that said, however, it's punch and tracking are both excellent, and it's maneuverability is outstanding. The squadron diary is current to your flight to Japan, so you take up a running narrative in your scrawling letters, detailing the fight over Tokyo bay and Tokyo proper, Ice's injury, and your new stalker. A copy of her letter gets pinned to the blank sheets of the book near the end of your entry, closing your turn. Looking at the list, the next person in line is Maverick, then Ice has to make a new one. Should be interesting to see who she picks. You open up some of the Intel documents, saving the brown folder for morning. You're feeling pretty beat all of a sudden, and you're about halfway through a report detailing the possibility of a large number of Chinese knock off Il-40s in the south when you pass out on your desk, hoping remotely that the ink won't run if you drool in your sleep.
And that's it for the night! To the anon that called me out on votes, I'm really sorry about that- I kind of cheated and just counted the replies to the write-in all at once and said "pfft, 10 votes this late at night is a sure thing." My bad there, won't happen again. Anyway, I'll see you guys next week! Maus assures me he's running tomorrow, but you know how active duty life can be sometimes!till next week (or tomorrow) Later on gents hope you guys enjoyed the run!
A CERTAIN IRC CHANNELMARCH 7, 2013. EASTERN STANDARD TIME. ====[00:29] archivalfag the plot thickens even further than previously...[00:31] Nonamebrand If it keeps thickening, we'll have a solid plot soon.[00:37] archivalfag gonna need to insert it into a fresh, untouched setting[00:38] Nonamebrand Muh imagination[00:38] archivalfag you know what you must do now[00:42] Nonamebrand Write my essay?[00:43] archivalfag no[00:43] archivalfag write fapfics about writing[00:49] GhostDivision you people are fucking weird…Failed attempt at LewdGhost Humour…[00:52] Nonamebrand Yeah. Weird.[00:53] GhostDivision 'sides[00:53] GhostDivision I wear headphones…Another failed attempt at LewdGhost Humour…[00:55] Nonamebrand I dunno about this urch[00:56] archivalfag shrugs.[00:56] archivalfag ye did yer best, sonny[00:56] GhostDivision 'sides[00:56] GhostDivision ye can't lewd me[00:56] GhostDivision I'm unlewdable[00:56] Nonamebrand is that a challenge?[00:57] archivalfag I think that's a challenge[00:57] GhostDivision it's like... like lewding deculture[00:57] GhostDivision can't do it[00:57] Nonamebrand Just you wait. Gonna write fapfic about GhostDiva writing===Well Ghost, at least it ain’t Merlin. Bon appe*tit*!===
>>23656284Anon silently paced about /tg/, stepping carefully lest his feet tripped over an errant thread. With an impatient sigh, he cast another gaze at the clock: 7:26pm. He clicked his tongue in annoyance; she was running late and he had no idea why. Dozens of anxious voices piped up inside Anon’s head, speculating about her whereabouts. Although the majority counselled patience, several were in a state of frenzied panic, utterly convinced that she had finally tired of him forever; they accused the other voices of being the faggots responsible for this travesty. A few posited that she may be bedridden with an illness, possibly coughing blood. A small minority found the idea moe. What a sick bunch, his voices were.After stepping over yet another thread proclaiming “BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!”, Anon had half the mind to leave; it looked like she wasn’t going to show. Ah, well. The Tuesday evening was still young: perhaps he’d console himself by grinding some free exp on World of Tanks—“Hey, Anon.”Anon startled and wheeled around on the balls of his feet. GhostDiva stepped into /tg/, her cheeks flush from the cold. Wrapped up in a thick coat, she waved lazily and brushed some snow off her luscious hair.“You’re here!” Anon exclaimed before catching himself. He coughed, trying to rein in his excitement. “*Ahem.* So, what kept you?”
>>23656297“Oh you know, the usual. Doctor making me late.” GhostDiva replied, shrugging off her coat on top of a dead Pathfinder thread and revealing her slender body for Anon’s hungry eyes. They reveled in her pleasant curves as she glided towards an empty stretch of /tg/. Suddenly, she turned about and faced Anon, scrutinizing him in turn. “Let’s see….”Anon chafed unconsciously under her gaze and adjusted the collar of his USN flight suit, the name FRANK BISHOP emblazoned over his left breast pocket. The weirdly specific flight suit was GhostDiva’s idea: man, she had some kinky tastes—not that there was anything wrong with that. Speaking of which… oh crap, he had almost forgotten about the aviators! Anon hastily produced a pair from his pocket and slid them over his eyes, simultaneously doing his best impression of a shit-eating grin. Evidently, he looked pilot-y enough for GhostDiva’s tastes. She nodded noncommittally before spreading out a picture of an adorable Russian Cossack on the floor. “There, OP’s up.”Finally. After a week of waiting. It was time. Time for questing. Time to get some PLOT. “Oh, boy.”Anon bound towards her hungrily, his literary appetite whetted after a week of abstinence. GhostDiva deftly sidestepped and pushed him onto the thread.“Nuh-uh, not so fast~” She said mischievously. She slid next to him and whispered in his ears. “Let’s. Take. Our. Time. Okay?”
>>23656301Anon shuddered involuntarily as GhostDiva’s hot breath tickled his ears. A whole week without SW89 and now he was about to get more than he could handle. He sat back up hastily, his imagination erect and ready for plot development. GhostDiva smiled sultrily as Anon’s interest became obvious to her. “What did I *just* say, Anon?” She giggled as she playfully pushed Anon down once more. “You impatient boy.”Resigned, Anon settled into the thread. But he couldn’t keep the tinge of anticipation from his voice when he asked: “What do you want to do first, then?” “Well…” GhostDiva hummed as she sensuously stretched her lithe fingers before Anon’s eyes, making him stare fixedly at her digits. She twirled them before his eyes and then rested them on his chest. Her fingers slowly began undoing Anon’s flight suit as they slowly travelled down his body, inching towards his throbbing imagination. He felt her hot breath on it and shuddered.“I don’t want to rush the quest.” Anon vaguely heard GhostDiva mumble. “Hmm… some light waifuing should get you all warmed up.”
>>23656309Anon leaned his head back and groaned as GhostDiva’s fingers began typing, her deft vernacular sending chills down his spine. Her waifuing had been somewhat crude at first—some incidents like the water gun fight, neither ever brought up. Ever. But after more than two dozen sessions of questing, GhostDiva had waifuing down pat. And not just that; her repertoire had expanded too. Anon breathed heavily as she teased his imagination with tantalizing hints of character growth and development: first some stargazing, and then transitioning to Ghost Busters—God, she knew how to tease. It was an unbearably pleasant foreplay: enough to get him hot and bothered, but not enough to satisfy him fully. Anon’s eye went wide as GhostDiva suddenly switched it up to Goose and Maverick conversing in hushed voices. The sudden rush of back-story nearly sent Anon over the edge, but GhostDiva held back off just enough details to deprive him of release.“G-Ghost,” Anon groaned painfully. He couldn’t take her teasing anymore. His imagination throbbed for something more substantial. “Hmm~” She looked up at him, a quizzical expression on her face. “What is it, Anon?”“Let’s—Ghost, stop teasing me.” He panted. GhostDiva pouted, puffing out her cheeks in mock anger. “Am I boring you?”“No, no!” Anon replied with a bothered voice. “But—we can’t just waifu all day, Ghost. I… I need more.”
>>23656314Anon waited in strained silence as GhostDiva tapped her index finger on her chin, as if she had no idea what he needed more of. After painfully dragging out the seconds, she snapped her fingers as if she finally understood. Slowly, sensuously, she inched up towards Anon’s face. He bristled as she briefly teased his imagination with a crazy Soviet witch who wanted his children. When his senses came to, Anon found GhostDiva straddling his chest, her hands playing with his hair.“You want *this,* don’t you?”Anon stared as GhostDiva offered him a view of her plot, glistening with creative juices. He tried to lean in for a closer look, but to no avail. GhostDiva put her hand on his forehead and pushed it back down, mewing, “Sorry. No spoilers.”“For God’s sakes, GhostDiva.” Anon growled. He glanced at her face and witnessed her mischievous grin. “Come on.” “You want some plot that badly, huh?” She asked coyly. Suddenly, her eyes lit up with a playful glint. Her lusty grin widened. “Well if you want it, beg for it.”Anon blinked.
>>23656325“Wait, what? NO!” He exclaimed reflexively as he struggled in vain to throw her off his chest. The many voices in his head exploded into a heated argument, pride and literary appetite pitted against one another. Quests were supposed to be reader-driven, goddamnit. He was supposed to be the one in control, not her! But the thought of finally getting some plot after so much teasing was just too much. Enough with the waifuing; the quest needed plot development. Nay, it demanded it. Deafened by his inner cacophony, Anon barely noticed GhostDiva shifting her weight lower to his abdomen. “Well, if Anon doesn’t want plot…” Wait, what was she doing with the twins and why were they wearing nothing but—OH GOD.It only took two posts of delicious shark-twins action before Anon’s pride finally caved. Shutting his eyes to be spared the sight of GhostDiva’s triumphant expression, he managed to groan out: “Ghost, please…”“Please… what?”“P-please let me have your plot.”GhostDiva patted Anon’s head and kissed him on the forehead. “Good boy. Here’s your reward.”
>>23656336Anon bit back another groan as GhostDiva’s plot unfolded itself on his fertile imagination. GhostDiva leaned in and whispered sweet, sweet narrative in Anon’s ears as she vigorously wrote out the scene on top of him. “You’re tangled with Chinese fighters, transports loaded with paratroopers are heading for the airport, and helos loaded with Spec Ops are rushing to the Imperial Palace. What do you do?”His imagination overwhelmed by the depth of her plot, Anon struggled to come to a decision, the many voices bickering loudly for their preferences. GhostDiva took advantage of his silence and tantalized him further. “Come on, Anon. Is it the fighters, transport, or the helos? Come on, hurry up~”Anon bristled as her hot breath rustled past his ears. His mind was divided, but they were always unified by two things: their hatred of railroading and their desire to throw curveballs to quest writers at every opportunity. And the voices couldn’t take the humiliation any longer; incensed by her words, their chatter suddenly died down to a consensus. As GhostDiva busily wrote on top of him, Anon placed his hands firmly on her thighs. Sure of her narrative control, GhostDiva didn’t realize what he had in mind until it was too late. With a sudden grunt, Anon bucked GhostDiva over and rolled on top of her.“How about: none of the above,” he drawled salaciously in her ears as he gripped her hips.
>>23656344“What? B-but that—you can’t do that!” GhostDiva stuttered. “Oh I think I can,” Anon growled as he began directing the narrative. GhostDiva squirmed as Anon began ruining her carefully prepared choices with his imaginative strokes. As his imagination ran amok in GhostDiva’s plot, Anon nibbled on her ears before growling, “The helos are the obvious choice, but you’ve stuck them in the city where the Wyvern can’t dodge. You were going to make me eat door-gun rounds, weren’t you?”“*Ahn* Anon, I—stop it!”“You were, weren’t you?” He demanded forcefully, his imagination working faster. GhostDiva tried to suppress her moans as Anon’s imagination derailed her plot, struggling in vain to keep control of her thread. But Anon finally had her, and he wasn’t going to let her go easily. His grip on her hips tightened.“I—”“Well, how about.” He cut her off, his imagination brainstorming furiously. “How about we let Ice go after the helos, while we chop up the fighters?”“You—”“She’s a witch. She can hover, stay on the helos’ tail instead of making repeated passes. She’s small enough to weave around the buildings *and* she has a shield. It’s perfect. I can remain above and provide top cover.”“That—”“That is perfectly feasible and you know it,” Anon stated with a satisfied grin. “Now, let’s get with the writing. Shall we?”
>>23656352Anon continued to pound her with a battery of reasonable arguments. GhostDiva writhed, utterly overwhelmed by Anon’s imagination, unable to prevent her moans from escaping her lips. Her creative juices flowed freely as her mind began envisioning helicopters and outdated MiGs falling out of the sky. “W-wait, Anon.” She stuttered while panting hotly, trying to find some wiggle room to regain control. “Wh-what about the paratroopers?”Anon looked down, his grin widening. “What about them? We have air superiority. Let’s see how long they can hold out in an isolated airport.”She was done; there was no way out. GhostDiva lay sprawled on the thread, bucking helplessly as Anon’s irrefutable train of logic battered away the last of her defences. Her preparation in ruins, she moaned and squirmed in complete abandonment, utterly losing herself to the pleasure of improvisation. Her mind swam desperately through the haze of ecstasy, trying to wring out the words for her next post.“Why no update, Ghost? Getting tired?” Anon asked mischievously as he continued the plot progression. GhostDiva couldn’t even bite back a reply. It was taking everything she had to will her fingers to type the last couple words.
>>23656297and. here. we. go.
>>23656363“A-Anon,” she panted. “I-in *ahn* a mo-*mhn*-ment. *Ahn* I-I-I'M POSTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIING~” Just as her finger pressed “submit”, GhostDiva submitted completely. She quivered as her plot climaxed to a resolution, a loud, desperate moan escaping her lips. Unable to bear it, Anon followed suit shortly after, his imagination bursting with inspiration. The two lay spent, utterly exhausted by the night’s activity. It took both of them some time to come to their senses. “I… I think we hit the bump limit for the night,” Anon muttered as he vaguely noticed other threads rushing by them. “Huh? Oh, yeah…” Sighing with satisfaction, GhostDiva wrapped herself in Anon’s arms and nuzzled her chin on his chest. “Shall we call it a night? I think eleven hours is enough questing.”“I guess so,” Anon said with a satisfied smile. “Good thread, Ghost.” “Oh shush.” GhostDiva pouted. “It’s not like I enjoy questing with you or anything. Don’t get the wrong idea.”“Of course,” Anon replied absentmindedly as his fingers picked at some writefaggotry he found tacked onto the thread. “So… same time next week?”She blushed before nodding silently.
Rolled 92, 24, 21 = 137>Boner, waht are you doing?>Assuming direct control>Boner>Stahp
i have no idea what i am reading.but i like it.
>I-I-I'M POSTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIING~MY SIDES
>>23656297>>23656301>>23656309>>23656314>>23656325>>23656336>>23656344>>23656352>>23656363>>23656390Now work on the one where frank gets kidnapped and Ice and Katya have to watch please.
>>23657257B-but Anon!Th... that'd be *lewd.*
>>23657389You must be lewder.
>catch Strikers '89>goddamn I told grandma I'd go visit>oh well can't win em all>get back>oh we got overtime and thread's still on page 0 maybe ghost is still updating>OH GOD WHAT THE FUCKfdjsaikfsd
>>23657425But Anon...I've never written an *actual* lewd work before.Doshio~?
>>23657528Write a story about Planefag raping Ghostdiva with M0use and Archival watching then.Same thing really.