> in this thread, mistakes will be made> https://twitter.com/PadreVasquez/ TwitterWelcome, class, my name is Herbert Kleinsman, Doctor of History, cryptography and cybernetics.For this new semester I'll ask you a very important question.Have you ever wondered how our world came to enjoy the peace and prosperity it does today? I see some in the audience seem bored, so allow me to spice things up a bit.> click----You are Clark Weston.You're a prisoner.And you're very, very bored.You also suspect that the two facts might be related.The cell they put you in is a featureless grey, plasteel coated with some sort of foam to keep inmates from bashing their heads in and escaping, heh, "justice". Not that you're in any danger of that; You always found pain to be something more pleasurable to dish out than receive.  Speak to the guard Pursue some "alternate relaxation" methods OtherAlso, would you describe yourself mostly as  Charming Intelligent Strong
>>31300908 Pursue some "alternate relaxation" methods IntelligentLet's do this.
>>31300908> Speak to the guard> StrongWE AIN'T AFRAID OF NO GUARDS
>>31300908> Speak to the guardlets continue that mental chess game we play with him> Intelligent
>>31300908> Speak to the guard> Intelligent
Rolled 50>>31300908>[X] Pursue some "alternate relaxation" methods>I ROLL TO FAP.[X] Strong
>>31300980>>31300973Thirding.I like the idea of a mental chess game.
>>31300908> Speak to the guard> StrongInsult his mother. And then when he comes close, punch him in the face. Remember, a cheap shot is a terrible thing to waste.
>>31300908Seconding >>31300973But with> Strong
>>31300908[x] Pursue some "alternate relaxation" methodsWe're fapping, right?[x] Intelligent
>>31301013Assuming he does come in. If not, try anyway. Channel your inner Hulk.
>>31300908> [x] Speak to the guard> [x] CharmingBest of luck.
Rolled 60> making some nice coffee, vote close in ten
> not voting for relaxationWhat's wrong with you people?
>>31301107Mental chess with guard is more interesting than fapping.
>>31301107>What's wrong with you people?You mean "how did OP make people NOT pick the dumb option?".
>>31300908>Speak to the guard>Charming
What has the intro got to do with the story?
>Speak to the guard>IntelligentBore him to sleep by talking about an essay on efficient integrated circuit implementation which you've read.>Captcha: "worship ilMisc"ilMisc is a false, heathen idol!
>>31301233Our framing device is a history lesson. We're presumably a catalyst which brought about the events leading to the "current" state of the world.
>vote closed>>31301293>ilMisc is a false, heathen idol!Tell that to the Dokara clan of the west Himalaya. I dare you. I DOUBLE dare you. Plasma khukris to the gut aren't my idea of a good time.>>31301233We're doing a history lesson, my dear colleague.
Rolled 4, 4 = 8Checking something.
>>31301903OP's been killed by Skynet for exposing its secret plans of cyborgification.
Apparently his notepad crashed.
> You have seven dots in Mind> You have four dots in Soul> You have four dots in BodyFor a brief moment you consider doing something naughty, but really, you don't quite have the energy right now. Instead you up to recline on your bench and mutter something.The guard starts, turning her (arguably handsome, if no match for a younger girl or your wife) face to you in a mix of annoyance and curiousity."What was that?""I said 'Knight on d5', lady. Looks like my winning streak's far from over".She blanches, going over the scenario again while you smile to yourself at seeing the gears slowly turn and shift in her head. Bright she might be, but there have been very few people to ever challenge your status as one of the smartest men of your time.Well, for the most part. Closing your eyes you allow yourself a moment to reminisce before returning to the present.Looks like your attendent has begun accepting her defeat, and deciding that another survey of the grey walls would be about as challenging as another match you decide to make smalltalk instead."So what do you think they gonnna do with me, huh?"She frowns, rolling her eyes. "Execute you, why?" Jeez, why is everyone here so fucking BORING?"Awwm really? Like, realy really? Surely they can't be serious, right? I mean, President Paul basically told me to complete Project Zephyrus personally an-- oh, I'm sorry, I guess that's classified. Bottom line is, it'd be a waste to waste me, my pretty"."An opinion we share, Mister Weston". You both start at the new voice, she more than you. Why are girls in this day and age still so jumpy?The man, greying and looking like he just came from a James Bond set shows the guard a plaque, but instead of relaxing she seems all that much more alarmed. He continues, uncaring of her discomfort."If you were to help us, we might perhaps be able to aid you. Perhaps even get your sentence changed... lessened, if you understand".
>>31302017> what do you say?> How does your wife look> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?>>31301971LibreOffice. It appears that using "Open Source Software over fourty years old tends to go badly. Post re-written and extended
Are we like The Joker crossed with Deadpool?
>>31302017> what do you say?"I'm interested, give me the details."> How does your wife lookShort red hair, green eyes and freckles. Short but sport and very cute.> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?Applied.
>>31302040>> what do you say?Well there better be more stuff to it, then getting a lesser sentence or freed, i could break out of this prison easily, the only reason i''m staying is because i want to wait to the last minute.>> How does your wife lookMy image, and she is basically better with money than us.>> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?Applied.
>>31302040>> what do you say?Sure, what's in it for me?>> How does your wife lookRed head, slightly chubby, killer thighs and glasses.>> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?Applied. We once fixed a particle accelerator with nothing but a wrench.
>>31302040>Theoretical intelligenceIf academics is what you mean.>Say: "Help you... how?"Also, I doubt LibreOffice dated to the seventies.
>>31302040>AppliedPracticality, ho!>What do you say?We're at a disadvantage here. They know us, we don't know them. Be polite. Who's this new person, and what do they want? >Wife's appearanceTall, blond, blue eyes. Extremely cold and calculated. Utterly professional in everything she does. We love her for her brain.
>>31302139>Also, I doubt LibreOffice dated to the seventies.OP is from the FUTURE.
>>31302040>What do you say"Sentence changed? I'm in.">how does your wife lookTiny, cute, possibly a redhead. Big dimples, bigger smile, even bigger chest. Outrageously busty.>Is your intelligence more theoretical or appliedApplied, of course.
>>31302040"Help you with what?"> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?Applied, of course. No-one like theorists.
>>31302040> what do you say?I'm listening, anything is better than this dull place.> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?Applied> How does your wife lookBasically what image is, plus make her great with money, or out right smart like some anons siad.
>>31302040> what do you say?"Okay. What do you need blown up?Wait, wait, no, I should be serious about this, right. So, Agent Smith, what's the catch? There's always a catch. More so, I'd wager, seeing as I'm down here on death row, according to this fine lady."> How does your wife lookPic. Maybe throw an eyepatch in there.> Is your intelligence more theoretical or applied?Applied. Computer Science?
>>31302075The Joker crossed with Deadpool crossed with Dexter crossed with Einstein.
>>31302040"First you have to assure me that 'aiding you' will not make my situation even worse."
>>31302268>that picMe gusta
> giving it three minutes, need to do some things>>31302139>Also, I doubt LibreOffice dated to the seventies.It dates to the early 2000s, yes. Have you looked at a calendar or outside, dear colleague?
>>31302268I like thisWe need to be cocky.
>>31302276thinking i'm the only one that likes delicious brown, the same thing can be said about the red head guys, but no one says anything.
>>31302276got any proof?
>>31302328>Thinks the early 2000s were 'over forty years ago'It's not 2050 yet, Hexer.
>>31302341files named file. it is quite suspicious.
>>31302328How's it in 2040? Any cyberpunk happening?
>>31302357>>31302363But it is, I assume. At least, in-setting.
>>31302268I'd back this, so long as the pic related was canon a redhead.Goddamn I love redheads.>>31302040
>>31302040I want theorotical intelligence but how will that affect the character and the quest? Applied is generally better suited for quest MCs
>>31302361yeah that is pretty suspicious, but there is nothing i can do to change your mind.
>>31302405considering the activities the MC will be getting up to, applied is WAY better, theoretical is for the scientists who make the shit we'll be testing out
>>31302268Seconding this post
>>31302268No eyepatch and redhead and I'll second that visage of our wife
>>31302431Well, that is the thing. You just went and assumed that the MC will be the guy that tests these things and not the one that makes them. It usually is the case in quests. I actually kinda want one that makes them. That's why i was asking.
>>31302471I didn't really assume seeing as that was the premise of this entire quest that everything was built on in the QTGs
>>31302268Make the hair either black or red instead of brunette, and we have a winner.The dialogue is alright, too.
>>31302471It's an interesting take anon, but that leads to all sorts of problems. For example, it's a lot more fun to read about an MC testing SCIENCE than one who makes it. Somehow I don't think doing peer reviews would make for very exciting reading, do you?
>>31302431If we were to do some (ironically stated) 1337 |-|4><0|?1|\|6 0|? |>\/\/|\|7_0|?1|\|6, I think theoretical knowledge of system architecture and vulnerabilities, and the careful preparation of scripts to exploit them, would well fall under theoretical intelligence.
>>31302363>>31302357Have you been in cryostasis? Please, check your retina displays for date, time and blood alcohol levels before asking questions. > all non-green texted or ((OOC bracketed) posts are IC from the perspective of Professor Kleinman and his students> also, extending time a bit since discussion is starting up only now>>31302405> theoretical intelligence increases your programming and hacking abilities, affects the ability to read instructions (rather than just being gud at improvising) at the cost of spontaneity. On the technical level this means you'll be likelier to hack a security system, rather than improvising a jammer from NANOMACHINES and duct tape. Does that make sense? Theoretical: Rodney. Practical: Carter
>>31302495Well, i couldn't explain myself clearly, i see. That was why i was asking. Since the option was offered, i wondered what that option would lead to, that is why i asked. Would it lead to someone with theorotical knowledge out in the field, or would we get someone that could really put that knowledge to good use and act behind the scenes?
>>31302534>Theoretical: Rodney. Practical: CarterCarter all the way, Rodney is a little bitch.
>>31302534Oh, well, fuck it then. Applied all the way.NANOMACHINES, SON
>>31302534>Does that make sense?Yeah it does. Fuck theorotical then. Applied all the way.
> counting, man this is already looking like backlink jungle
OP, you there?
>>31303024Seems like he's writing
>>31303024He is writing.
>>31303088>>31303033Guess we are doing this as Fall Guy speeds.
>>31303098Could be worse. Could be Angelic speed.
>>31303120The speed of tectonic plates fucking.
>>31303135That never got old.
>>31303098Think Fall Guy might actually be speedier now.At least we now have a good intermediate between Fall Guy and Angelic in posting speeds
>>31302652Going on 50 minutes now, OP
> Your strenght is improvising > Perk gained: "It just works". Auto-succeed any one craft roll whose rating is below "Impossible". Perk charge starts at three, each use consumes one charge. Charges are renewed through natural 10s within the first ten replies whenever a vote is calledWell, whatever this guy wants certainly beats twiddling your thumbs while waiting. Hopefully. "Easy there Agent Smith, point me in the direction of the sucker you want dead and it's as good as done"Rising ever so gracefully you stroll over to the bars, close enough that you can smell the other man's undoubtedly expensive colonge. Big shot then, an assessment his clothes seem to give credence to. You're suddenly a lot less bored and a lot more wary. You look into his eyes, trying to fixate him. You weren't ever truy good with people but you know for a fact that you gaze tends to be unsettling."So tell me, big guy, what's the catch? There's always a catch, moreso since this lovely lady here claims that I happen to be on death row".The other man meets your gaze, steely grey eyes (almost) unflinching. Good, this might shape up to be more of a challenge than you've had in a while (though getting a birthday present for Delilah came close)."What we want from you, Mister Weston, is your unique talents and, uhm", his mouth twists into a somewhat disgusted frown, "special mental attributes, if we could call it that".> Trait gained: Mind of the Puppeteer: You're observant and cynical, loathe to trust and quick to judge. Bonus on intimidation and observation, malus on diplomacy You're earnest when you reply."Well, that sounds like some good news, I suppose. When do we start, Mister Mysterious?" "Right now".The man nods to the guard, and after a moment's hesistation she unlocks your cell with the aid of the door's in-built retina scan and an assortment of no less than three different keys, all no doubt themselves keyed to her DNA. The paranoia of some people...> cont
>>31303527A few minutes later, you find yourself five stories beneath the prison, the room filled with not only mister shades and yourself but no less than six other people, most of them wearing lab coats for some reason.> cont>>31303491>>31303466> heh, must git gud
...I like us.
>>31303592Great, now we're going to become a narcissist.
>>31303624>Great, now we're going to become a narcissist.How is that bad?
>>31303646It isn't; I said it was great!
>>31303624More of a narcissist, you mean
They're promising to issue a pardon simply cause we are smart. I think we have the right to a little bit of narcissism.
>>31303466>At least we now have a good intermediate between Fall Guy and Angelic in posting speedsSo it goes Archelon> Fall Guy > Herbert > Tectonic Plates > Angelic?
>>31303746Fall Guy outputs way more content than Archelon though. I think he's a bit ahead of him.
>>31303746>Archelon> Fall Guy > HerbertI'd put arch behind Herbet, he updaates in small paragraphs and takes 1 hr to 1-1/2 hours to go from 'update' to 'update' where player decision and input is required
>Having connection issues.You need a break man.
>>31303833The Curse has been feeding off of the hype and is ready to strike
>>31303806Truth, here the mean speed is 40 minutes with maxed character limit.>>31303833> telling a QM to stop doing free workLeave.
>>31303892>vlcsnapu tryin to rustle me
>>31304335Get it together, OPYou're only slightly faster than Angelic right now
A few look at you spectulatively, others sickened with the exception of a tall indian woman who seems to barely acknowledge your presence, busily tapping away on her tablet that seems to have been handed down from antiquitiy.Mister Shades bids you sit and having nothing better to do you oblige, surveying the room.Now that you think about it, you do recognize one of them, a certain Florian Kleinsman, from University. Blond, blue-eyed and muscular you fleetingly contemplate the irony that one of such undoubtedly jewish heritage would look like the poster child of the perfect Aryan, but the thought passes quickly. Kleinsman coughs, which finally seems to fetch the attention of iPad girl. Seems like he's in charge here. Or perhaps they've got some history together? You note it down for later. Relationships are always such fascniating breaking points."Now that the, uh, subject has been informed and is in attendance we will go reiterate one final time in order to ascertain everyone the entire picture in regards to this operation".Aah, that's why you never hung out. Good to know he's still the same pretentious fuckwit as he was back then."This"He motions to Brown Girl"Is footage of the FRATER Augmented Combat and Reconnaiscance Suit. As evidenced by the time stamps in the corner it was taken exactly twenty-five hours ago, concluding a series of tests that exceeded expectations all across the board".The video projected into the air from an invisible source portraits something looking like a crusader's armour running and climbing around an indoors track, taking on APC barehanded and getting into shoot-outs with training androids that all end with them disabled one after the other without a scratch on hte suit itself."Pretty", you comment, allowing yourself the slightest bit of admiration.> cont
>>31304600I think they're siblings or something. or at least hugbox seems to think so.
>>31304600Fourty minutes between updates is quite different from several WEEKS.
>>31304606>you fleetingly contemplate the irony that one of such undoubtedly jewish heritage would look like the poster child of the perfect Aryan, but the thought passes quickly.kek
>>31304606Keep it up, I need some shuteye.
>>31304634Only big boss and he still thinks Hex is a grill. Always assume QTG and related places are filled with retards
Kleinsman looks over to you, giving you a faint but way too self-important smile. That one is going to need some reigning-in. Sure, you could just take a table leg to his face but since that was what got you into this situation in the first place you think better of it. Instead, you consign yourself to waiting, and he continues.The next recording depicts a somewhat similar suit, though heavier with two shoulder-mounted cannons and a huge claymore like sword strapped to the back going through a similar course, dated a few months ealier.The title beneath identifies the model as "Experimental Super-Heavy Combat Suit WEREBEAR".The third, and final recording is of a sleek, almost femine suit if shimmering silver and white equipped with a jetpack, several interchangeable rapid-fire canons and extendable hand blades. You not that it seems to perform the highest in speed tests and apparently comes with several stealth options both optical and otherwise. Its name seems to be BURNING ZEPHYRUS.Presentation done, Kleinsman disactivates the holo and turns to you."What we want of you, Dr. Weston, is to test the Erebus Think Tank's newest line of inventions for us. As you know, the situation in our world has become increasingly unstable after China unvailed their newest discoveries in the field of genetic manipulation. This programe is our answer".> What do you wish to say.> which suit would you like to use. You're quite confident that they will leave the choice up to you.
>>31305267>> What do you wish to say.So you want me, to, like, beat up chinks in robot suits? Sweet deal, sign me up.>> which suit would you like to use. You're quite confident that they will leave the choice up to you.Burning Zephyrus, stealth masterrace.
>>31305267> What do you wish to say."Cool."Lets take the FRATER suit, seems well balanced between the two, and we like to improvise, so versatility and adaptability is key.
>>31305267"So i get to play with new toys? It sure beats sitting a cell all day. I want the Frater."
>>31305267The werebear. We're already smart, so let's get stronk
>>31305267Seconding >>31305380 & >>31305394
>>31305267> FRATERWhat specifically would "testing" include? Just testing or sabotage of the Chinese as well? Details on the job, please.Since they dragged us out of the death row, it's probably a highly lethal job.
>>31305267Let's go with BURNING ZEPHYRUSIt seems cool.
>>31305267>What do you wish to say."Why do you want me, specifically, to test them?">which suit would you like to use. You're quite confident that they will leave the choice up to you.FRATER
Rolled 34 + 5>>31305267>WEREBEAR
>>31305267>>31305380good points, lets go with this
> FraterYou are being boring again /tg/.
>>31305528We're always boring, what else is new.
since we are so smart can we point out what wrong ang fix it before putting on the suit?
>>31305528Middle-of-the-road is boring, and stealth is overplayed. That just leaves the WEREBEAR.
>>31305267WEREBEAR time! /tg/ always does either middle guy or stealth guy. lets play a bruiser for once, and a smart one at that.
>>31305528no, we're being smart and intelligent, just like our character>>31305267>FRATER
>>31305482Changing this vote to WEREBEAR>>31305267
>>31305599> Improvisational intelligence lends itself more to the "feel and discover" type of actions. Each piece of technology may have a number of flaws that is is ranked from "superficial" to "regular" to "hidden". This only denotes the ease by which you can ferret them out, not the severity of the issue itself. A leaking tank will be both more obvious and deadly than a badly adjusted auto-aiming subroutine.>>31305444> IC or OOC answer preferred?
>>31305799IC, of course.Always keep it IC.
>>31305845> understood, noblesse oblige > Five more minutes> thanks to Fall Guy being based we'll be using DAQ dice system with some adjustments all of which will probably be horrible~
>>31305911> counting and writing commences, hopefully quicker now
>>31305267>WerebearAlways stronk. Always, always stronk.
>>31305690Looks like we're outnumbered.
I kinda hope he becomes a mix of mcguiver and Hannibal Lecter.
>>31306692That was more or less the original concept.
>>31306732yep, though not full Hannibal, but more sociopathic genius
>>31306732>>31306692I wonder how our wife is.
>>31306760also, when do we get to see our wife?
>>31306762The sexiest being alive.
>>31306797Don't forget a cunt that scares us.
>>31306813Waifu of the year.
>>31306813> "Sir, it appears the only one he respects is... is wife?"
Bump for OP.
>>31307388He's literally, physically running in circles thinking about what to write.Moe.
>>31307432> oh no you didn't>>31307388> Please wait warmly. I run on caffeine, not alcohol which has the nasty side effect of making me move around.
>>31307530then switch to alcohol, Aspiring Emperor quest runs on that shit.
>>31307599> no Vodka around so that doesn't stand to debate right now. I could probably borrow some whiskey but nah.
Leaning back you steeple your fingers, allowing the barest hint of a surly smile to find its way onto your face."Cool, beats sitting in a cell on any count. Why we doing this thing, you want me to kill some Chinks for you or just zip around in mech suit for the most noble cause of science?""Oh and", you raise a finger to forestall an interruption, "to be clear, I'm getting the FRATER model or the deal is off, capiche?"Kleinsman frowns, apparently not used to this kind of tone. Well, he best adjust fast."O-of course, we always planned to leave the choice of equipment up to the subject for quite a number of reasons. Now to address your question: It depends. At present there seeems little evidence of Transhuman on Human agression, but what little we have is somewhat alarming. This programme's long-term goal is to present an answer to the world's challenge, and as such we expect you to be involved in a variety of conflicts, both to change the tide of battle and collect data in a multitude of environments". Does this turbonerd ever stop to take a breath? Probably not, that would imply he had a life in need of sustaining."Furthermore, you were chosen specifically due to your attested psychopathic tendencies, riflemanship background and", he twists his face into another one of his painful expressions again, "excellent academic records". Good, at least someone gets it."So, when do I start". You're starting to itch for excitement."Today".That was twenty-four hours ago.Sitting on the bench in front of the steel room housing the training parcourt you roll your shoulders, slowly getting adjusted to the weight of servos and armour plates encasing you. It's a surprisingly light contraption, and the synskin implanted in your skull makes sure it knows exactly what it is supposed to. > Ranged load out (plasma cannon + any one RL gun)> CQC load out (kinetic knuckles + sword)> load outs start with a default package, then evolve as you do> load outs can be changed
>>31308236>CQC load out (kinetic knuckles + sword)
>>31308236> Ranged load out (plasma cannon + any one RL gun)An assault rifle fills what we need, it can be used in a variety of situations, and we have training with them.
>>31308236>> Ranged load out (plasma cannon + any one RL gun)Glorious Kalashnikov
>>31308236> Ranged load out (plasma cannon + any one RL gun)H&K G11K2
>>31308236Seconding >>31308443Glorious kraut space magic (That actually works and works damn well)
>>31308236>CQC load out (kinetic knuckles + sword)I'm probably gonna lose, but here is hoping we go with close quarters, /tg/ tends to go for range too much in my book.
>>31308236>to do"Any one RL gun" means any gun that has been produced or will come out this year.Fixed.For the record, you are currently unaware of any apparent malfunctions in either your suit or implant.Implant slots:Head (1)EyesEars.Upper arm.Lower arm.Hands.Chest.Abdomen.Thighs.Lower legs.Feet.Right now the only available Implant Slots are Head and Hands. Additional upgrade slots become unlocked the more you convince the project team of your usefulness. No two implants can take the same slot.
>>31308443>H&K G11K2oooh me likey>>31308236seconding/thirding >>31308443
>>31308236>Ranged load outStart of with ranged. We are the kinda psycopath that prefers to do things from a safe distance if we can help it.
>>31308531>We are the kinda psycopath that prefers to do things from a safe distance if we can help it.See>>31305267>That one is going to need some reigning-in. Sure, you could just take a table leg to his face but since that was what got you into this situation in the first place you think better of it.
>>31308574>you think better of it.We are an intelligent psychopath
>>31308236> Ranged load out (plasma cannon + any one RL gun)H&K G112. It's an assault rifle, an LMG, it's both. It's great
>>31308574To be fair, we are also in a suit of powered armour that makes beating unarmoured people to death with our bare hands trivially easy.
>>31308574>Attacking a labcoat guy with a table leg.>CQC with mech suitsReally relevant...
>>31308639>an LMG, it's bothwell its not really, its a salvo rifle that doubles as an AR, H&K made the LMG11 for the LMG role
Are we gonna go FULL CYBORG or just upgrade our suit?
I just looked it up. Isn't the G11 older than fucking dust?
>>31308730dude, its more advanced that shit we're building right now and trying to get into the hands of soldiers by 2016, it was developed in the 70's and 80's and produced in the late 80's and is still decades ahead of what we've gotimagine what we can do with one thats upgraded and built upon in the future
>>31308791Then why nobody uses it.
>>31308236>> Ranged load out (plasma cannon + any one RL gun)G11 please
>>31308825because the reunification of Germany nearly bankrupted the country, they decided they would stick with what they had which was working fine and not spend the moneyit was built in anticipation for the cold war going hot, the wall coming down and the reunification of germany ruined those plans
>>31308887And nobody said HI GUISE WE WANT TO BUY YOUR SUPER AWESOME GUN?
>>31308914dude, no country that was looking at its development could afford to replace their current arsenal with it when the cold war ended and they had to deal with half of europe suddenly coming back into the foldplenty of countries were interested in its development, but most were happy with what they had, which was adequatebut we're not happy with adequate, we want the best there has ever been and ever will be
We /k/ now.I'm okay with this.
>>31309023actually, /tg/ goes /k/ quite often.and i feel left out every time.
> votes closed> G11 it is. > it's a thing of beauty, aye.> hopefully I'll not portray our gunfu in a bad or innacurate light> please wait warmly
>>31308686>Are we gonna go FULL CYBORG or just upgrade our suit?Please respond.
> OP> connection not a shitChoose one.
> by the way, tell me how smart your implant and suit are> the current technology hasn't quite produced truly "sentient" AI yet but you're fairly close> intelligence, attitude, voice and personality> yes, "not intelligent at all" is an option
>>31309438At best like helpful little robofriend intelligent. I dont like them too sentient.
>>31309457but a sentient AI that you can be friends with and dance around in the blood of your enemies with are the best
>>31309438As smart as us.If we get bored slaughtering people we can play chess with him.
>>31309616> AI as psycho as youYES THIS IS A GOOD IDEA.
>>31309438make him friendly and helpful, violent and smart enough for chess but of course not as smart as us
>>31309438>> intelligence, attitude, voice and personality>Intteligent enugh for chess. Legitimately smart FFI voiced by Megumi Nakajima, behaves like Ranka Lee
>>31309951inb4 this gets picked above all others because OP is a weeb.
Came to tell everyone Herbert is dead. Caused by balony pony.
> yea, I kind of accidentally my text, derp.> sorry for that
>>31310567you kind of accidentally your name too
>>31310567>not typing updates in a word document
>>31310567It's okay, you are doing better than most newbie QM.
>>31310634It crashed on him during the second update.
>>31310671Google docs is pretty useful, saves everything as you type it.
>>31310783> GDocs> ...I'm retarded. Should have used that from the start like a normal person
6 story post in 8 hours.
>>31311380Life, zone etc.
Across your lap lays your newest acquisition, a H&K G11 "Parallax II” model, comp-specced to be usable both with your suit on and off, square plasteel chassis polished to a dull sheen.The gun’s often been called ugly by ignorami but what do you care for the opinions of those without a sense for the inherent aesthetics of functionality? Sure, it might not have the sleek lines of your other weapon, an Invictus III Plasma Cannon, but the latter lacks the satisfaction you always experience firing a real man’s weapon.Checking your utility belt for the three spare mags you key the door and survey the track that will be the site of today’s entertainment.When you brained that arrogant fucker Stephenson you certainly didn’t expect your life to take such a dramatic turn, but fate or whatever cosmic power is up there has smiled on you, and, just for once, you feel like smiling back.----I'm sure many wouldn't mind hearing more, but sadly this concludes tonight's class. Check the announcements on your retina screens or on the hallways for when we will resume. I hope it was pleasant for most and at least a bit enlightening for others. The history of the human race is a history of war, and Weston's war shaped us like few others did.> sorry, wanted to go into the action bits but I'm made of AIDS and fail and way too slow> thoughts etc welcome, will announce on Twitter when I'll run again
>>31311800Thanks for the thread Hexer, was fun if a bit slow, but thats fine by me, keep it up cause I'm loving it.When are we gonna meet the missus?
>>31311800Ws decent, but you should at least post oncer per hour.
If someone wants to archive it feel free, otherwise I'll use foolz. Iunno, how important is dat dere suptg entry in your opinion?>>31311860>When are we gonna meet the missus?Same day, i.e next thread, though depending on how people choose it might be towards the end, rather than the start.>Thanks for the thread Hexer, was fun if a bit slow, but thats fine by me, keep it up cause I'm loving it.Thankee sai, your words have warmed my heart. >>31311905Quite. I think IRC is one of those things that'll have to go next time.Also, would you prefer more plot or more disconnected missions? Both will be a thing, but I'd like to know how to weigh these things.
>>31311969>If someone wants to archive it feel free, otherwise I'll use foolz. Iunno, how important is dat dere suptg entry in your opinion?Sup/tg/ is easy to sort and archive binge with, its preferred, Foolz can always be a handy backup>Also, would you prefer more plot or more disconnected missions? Both will be a thing, but I'd like to know how to weigh these things.Start out disconnected, we're a test subject, we should feel like it, build character, get to know our colleagues and the setting and get some developments underway before PLOT slaps us in the face with its giant cock
What should I archive this under?
>>31312084CC Quest 1? Convict Cyborg Quest 1?If you do the first one, with the abbreviation, make sure to tag it with the complete quest name. You know how to do tags, right?
>>31312141>>31312128No, like description.
>>31312166just use the opener for this thread>You are Clark Weston.>You're a prisoner.>And you're very, very bored.>You also suspect that the two facts might be related.
>>31312205or something like "Clark Weston is a death row inmate until a man in a suit offers him a deal" or something
>>31312205That might just be laconic enough.
>>31311969OP why did you have to show up? I was just fine with out Twitter! Now I have to start using it so I can keep up-to-date with this!Thanks :D
>>31315219What can I say? I try my best to rope people into the global social network conspiracy through any means, even going so far as running quests for it.It pleases me to hear you enjoyed, Anonymous.
OP, how advanced is tech? Anything about the setting you want to spoil?
>>31317547The technology at the time was starting to go through a second renaissance. Many discoveries were made almost over night, others suddenly being taken out of their dusty drawers to be applied in earnest.One of the most important (and relevant in the context of this class) was the ability to manipulate various fungi mycelia into interfacing with both technology and flesh. Flagellus aetherium is to be mentioned most prominently here.Building on this, it became easy to create semi-organic implants that no longer needed to be painstakingly connected to the nervous system through incredibly crude means.Another discovery was the perfection of the fusion cell which allowed the creation of plasma weaponry capable of not only housing its own independent plasma generator, but cooling unit as well. While room temperature superconductors were not en vogue at the time, this allowed technicians to bridge the gap.Ah, any other questions?
Alternative Idiom @PadreVasquez 24m"The bottom line is this: There is no cure for being an asshole". Prof. Dr. Salima Singh, during a talk on the genetic roots of crime.lel