Sorry for the late start, had to help troubleshoot the cappuccino machine. this involved a soldering iron and a multitool, so I feel like it wasn't a waste of my time, even if I don't drink the stuff. haha!Archive here:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989And there's a pastebin character sheet/really short plot synopsis here http://pastebin.com/zFxWNup1and... that's all i got. ++“You sure about this?” Mav asks, eyeballing the drop off the side of the tower. “Sure about what?” You return, gently testing the old wooden bench with a hand before sitting down. “Not like anyone's going to think we're doing anything lewd. They think I'm too dense.”She snorts. “You are too dense, ya dink. But no, I meant your first agressor. You really want to fly against her first?”You shrug. “What's it matter? I have to fly against her sometime, right?” She shakes her head. “Kid ain't natural. Gives me the creeps when she's around.”“Everybody says that about her, what the hell am I missing?” You ask, frustration mounting. “Seems like a normal witch to me, just quiet.”“What was that about not being dense?” Mav says, chuckling. “She's not. You ever see her when she looks at someone? Feels like she's just figuring out how to kill you. Ain't any emotion in it, she's like a machine.”1/2
“And so I shouldn't fly against her..... why?” You ask. “I mean, maybe she is just a living robot, but what's that got to do with a single hop? Go up, give her a working over, come back, listen to the matrons hem and haw and make all kinds of learned noises about shit Ice is utterly convinced they have no clue on.”Mav looks back at you. “You gettin' cocky all of a sudden?” She asks with a grin. You shrug. “Well, you know. Hard not to.”“Shit like that gets pilots killed, ya know.” She says. “And while I'd be fine since ya already left me all your stuff, I'd really rather not hear Ice and Katya and Slider cry their eyes out for the next year and a half, so I'd appreciate it if you got that shit in check, ya know?” Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff? I'll think about it.  … Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it.
>>33275478AGAIN SHE IS A LESBIAN XENO SPY! or a metal gear level cyborg that is going to break Frank in half.
>>33275526> Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?
>>33275526>[x] Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?
>>33275526>>[x] Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?Well, time for SW '89.
>>33275526> Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?Dammit Mav, stop snooping around our shit or we'll have to rewrite our will.
>>33275526[X] … Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it.
>>33275526>[x] … Yeah, I guess you're right- Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?Combo of both.Best night of the week unless you're from Brazil, then it's a sad one.
>>33275526> Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?> … Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it."I'm leaving everything to my dog and Merlin."
>>33275526> Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?You know... I think we should be rewriting that will.
>>33275526>[x] … Yeah, I guess you're right- Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?
>>33275583>Best night of the week unless you're from Brazil, then it's a sad one.*Thinks about possible context of the statement*Wait, did Brazil lose a match? I haven't been following lately.
>>33275606it was more of a slaughter.....
>>33275606They lost horribly.7-1 to germany.
>>33275606>using any form of actionStop that.
>>33275615Sweet shit. Spain and now this, how the mighty have fallen.
>>33275528what if its both?
>>33275615That's because Young Spawn was leading the charge and/or sleeping with the Brazil team the night before. Sacrifices Germany made for greatness.
>>33275606Brazil got it fucking given to them by German>>33275526> Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?> … Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it.
 … Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it.Didn't we already outgrow the whole "reckless pilot" shit?
>>33275612quoting World of Tank:German Bias.
>>33275526> Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?inb4 childhood promise
>>33275691its barin and the matrons.....they are driving us mad!
>>33275526> … Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it.Let's not screw up and accidentally end up looking like some kinda cherry dessert that God tossed off his dinner table. As hilarious as the ensuing Ice Quest would be...Also, Best day of the week!
>>33275706I told you all that it'd get us one day!! Next thing we know, we're gonna hafta hide in a closet from somebody, and then it's all over
>>33275720>Also, Best day of the week!Eh? I guess, still the implied lesbians last week still kind of bothers me but that's just me.Well hopefully this dogfight and hopefully feels may make me feel better
>>33275724>Frank quickly hides in a closet to avoid a matron on the warpath>Turns around to find Ice, Slider, Katya, and a collection of liquor bottlesWelp.
>>33275769Frank? FRANK!? FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANK!?!
>>33275691We did but our current arrangements have done nothing to help. Our mental state is the next to go.>>33275765Yes, Yes!
>>33275765Where is Konstantina?
>>33275814on the ceiling. No escape
>>33275814That's the scary part, isn't it?
>>33275814After reading the Slider and ice lewds. I wonder if Feels will do a Katya and Konstantina one as well.Katya will be obvious since she's a exhibitionist? Konstantina, I think might find the joys of being a women for the first time?
>>33275874Konstantina would just be her headpatting and hugging herself to a giggly sleep
>>33275478[x] Wait, how did you know you got all my stuff?
 Combo answer (cos the votes are close enough and why not)You nod, mentally reprimanding yourself- she's right, and you should know better. You hadn't had a problem with it up till after Berlin, and even since then, it hasn't been a problem for you. Only recently have you had an issue- as it happens, being told how good you are, even with the caveat that it's probably killing you, does tend to do amazing things for your ego. Which, as Mav pointed out, is the kind of thing that gets pilots dead. You get cocky, get careless, and sooner or later someone or something you discounted is killing the hell out of you. “Yeah, I guess you're right. I'll work on it.” You say, nodding again. “But I don't see- hey, wait.”She looks back at you, a grin already tugging at the corners of her mouth. “How did you know you got all my stuff?” You ask. “Shit, I'll have to re-write the will, leave everything to Rufus and Merlin.” “You told me, remember?” She says, laughing. “Maybe you don't. We got piss drunk that one time, right before we went on our first cruise, both willed everything to each other.”1/2
“I... honestly didn't remember that.” You say, grimacing. “How drunk were we?” “Well.....” She says, looking back out over the crenelated tower wall and towards the shore, a little ways off the island. “You'd gone through a bottle of Vodka and two of Rum, and we'd split a bottle of that moonshine granddad sent me.”“The shit that's like, fruit flavored rocket fuel?” You ask. She nods. “That's the stuff. Wish I still had some, but I'll be damned if I can figure out how to get any here.” You snort. “Shit, we could probably make it, it can't be that hard.” She shrugs. “Would it be worth the trouble if we got caught? Man, Ice would about eat the both of us alive.” That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still? You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.
>>33275970> You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.SANITY
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?We know there's booze stashed around the castle, but this sounds entertaining. Plus, we don't get to hang out with Mav as much anymore
>>33275970> You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.Making Moonshine cannot possibly go well.
>>33275970>[x] You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.Can Frank beat back the curse of Castle Barin?
>>33275874what lewds are these?
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?We have no choice, Rosallie sold the booze I found in the base so we have to wing it.Wow kind of a fast update
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?Who's dense now?
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?Hey, if a MASH Unit gets have some why not us?
>>33275970>[x] You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.>We find some left from the great booze run
>>33275970>[x] That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?Ooh, and we can set up our moonshinin' operation down in the wine cellar and have the best of both worlds! And then we can take Ice down there, and tell her that while we're down in the moonshine room, our name is Cletus, an' she got a pretty mouth. And even though she ain't our cousin...
>>33275970>[X] That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?Moonshine!
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?Worth the risk and it's not like this place hasn't seen worst being done in it.
>>33276007Trying to start writing the update now about ten or fifteen minutes after I post. We'll see how long that lasts, though, haha!
>>33275970[X] You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.
>>33276052Have you never seen Deliverance? Damn you're sheltered. It's a cinema masterpiece and Burt Reynolds is amazing in it. Go watch it right now, you pleb.
>>33276092I think that is the best idea ever!I hope it lasts
...What's the date? Since it was Chrismastime back in Alaska, shouldn't we be getting close-ish to Valentine's? Or did we miss that while we were in a coma?
>>33276147More like June.
A bit early in the thread for lewd, but why the hell not. Here's some AC lewd:>There will never be a Pixy/Nagase confrontation in InfinityMUH PEACEMUH BORDERSand some really hot sex afterwards>Pixy thrusting into Nagase>pulls out>"HERE COMES THE SNOW">finishes on her chest>Nagase puts her finger on it>"Larry, is this your white bird of peace?">snuggling, then he gets hard again>"Yo buddy, still alive? V2 re-entry in 2 minutes."
>>33276130That film is a cultural crime against rural Georgians. ...But damn if Burt Reynolds isn't amazing in it.
>>33276162We did just hit the beach. Damn, I cannot into dates.
>>33276172God, I remember that from /aceg/. Still funny.
>>33276172How would it feel to live in a house full of Nagases:>MUH Country, Muh Peace, boring, and REVEGEANCEIt'd be one funny sitcom...
 You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.To many matrons around and Nixon won't be happy if his favorite pilot gets caught moon shining. And we are effectively a test pilot right now, so no excuse with front-line pressure and what not.
>>33275970> That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?
>>33275970>[x] You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.
>>33275970>[X] That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?
>>33275970> You're right, probably not worth it. Besides, I'm sure there's booze stashed around here somewhere.
>>33275970Lets go on a boozpedition
[x] That sounds lewd enough to risk it. You know where we can get the parts for a still?“Ya know, that sounds lewd enough to risk it.” You say, and her head snaps back around, grinning. “You mean...?” She asks. You nod. “You know where we can get the parts for a still?” “Well, hell yeah I do!” She responds, truning around and nodding. “Shit Frank, I thought after all that time you been spending around Ice all her nofun would rub off on ya. Maybe along with some other things that might be rubbin, ya know?” You hold up a finger. “None of that, ma'am, none of that. I am a gentleman and an officer.”She snorts. “Yeah, sure. One problem, though. Where can we set it up? Ain't too much abandoned space left on the island.”“Well, there's a space under the derelict tower.” you say, thinking. “Down where I found all that old wine that's sitting in the squadron lounge.” “No shit? There enough space down there?” She asks. You nod. “Sure, as long as we keep it small. What about water? Can't brew with salt water.”She grins. “You leave that to me. I got a fix for that.”You look at her. “You better not be thinking what I think you're thinking.”“What? The hot springs water would be fine!” She protests. “Oh no. No no. I can imagine what goes on in there late at night. No.” You state, shaking your head. “I hope that wasn't your only idea.”She grins. “I was joking anyway. Nah, water's easy. It'd turn out better if we had some spring or mountain water to work with, but we can just get some of the distilled stuff, no problem.”1/2
You nod. “Alright. So, under the derelict tower... what about sugar? And grain?”She shrugs. “Put in an order for it, or put it on the list. Easy enough. Shit, I could do that too, it's not like I order anything anyway and they won't blink at sugar too much, not like they're having trouble with shipping.”“And grain?” You ask. She nods. “Yeah, I was thinking about that. There's probably plenty of wheat to go around, but I'm not so sure how to use that, I think grandpa uses corn, and someone's gonna ask questions if we start asking for forty pound bags of corn. We could probably go smaller, but it'd mean we're not able to make as much.”“Well, if we're not here too long, it wouldn't matter if we wanted big bags of corn or not.” You point out. “That's only a problem if we're here for more than a month, say.” She shrugs. “We could probably sneak a few bags in, yeah, or you could see about getting a squadron hack, we could go into town on a no fly day and get it ourselves.”“Shit, I didn't even think of that.” You admit.  We'll order local wheat. Less chance of getting caught. We'll go with smaller shipments of corn. I think it's worth the risk, and we can buy off some people if we need to. We probably won't be here that much longer anyway, let's risk getting a couple big bags of corn.  I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.
>>33276682>[x] I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.
>>33276682>[X] We'll go with smaller shipments of corn. I think it's worth the risk, and we can buy off some people if we need to.It's not like we'll need to drink that much.
>>33276682>x I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.
>>33276682[X] We'll go with smaller shipments of corn. I think it's worth the risk, and we can buy off some people if we need to.
>>33276682> I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.wooo brewing!
>>33276754Perrine a shit
>>33275478JUST FOR YOU, GHOST.JUST FOR YOU
>>33276682> I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.Adventures with Mav!
>>33276682> I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.Even if we can't get a hack, nobody's going to question us going to a local farmer's market or something for corn and just bringing it back on the ferry if we get it along with a lot of other fresh vegetables. We don't need to ship in sacks of the stuff.
>>33276682>[x] We probably won't be here that much longer anyway, let's risk getting a couple big bags of corn.WHAT CAN GO WRONG?!
>>33276775Perrine a best
>>33276817kota go home
>>33276682>[x] We'll go with smaller shipments of corn. I think it's worth the risk, and we can buy off some people if we need to.We don't plan to be here much longer, save stupid shit happening. Or Martians. Also it's fucking corn, order other stuff with it.>>33276778Adorable.
>>33276778Merc, where did you get that?And more Janice when.
 I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.Onwards to risk control.
>>33276682>[x] I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.>>33276778That's cute as hell.
>>33276902Never. Red has pants. She is superior.
>>33276784People will notice that shit and start asking questions. Really, the only question when this will blow into our face is whether it is before, during or after Nixon's visit.
>>33276863But I'm not kota
>>33276902Never Tarin is best witch and girl
>>33276902MAGIC, motherfucker!Commission from AX
>>33277192Oh, neat. Who's AX? also: writing. sorry guys, had to take out yard waste. including a palm tree.
>>33277303Anime Expo, Ghost. Merc had an artist draw it for him.
>>33277303Making space in the backyard, ghost?
>>33277427For a still
>>33277354It's a good opportunity to get custom art for relatively cheap and fairly fast. I mean, there's only so many times I can pester Decu.
[x] I'll look into getting us a hack. We won't be able to brew as soon, but there's a lot less risk of getting caught.You think for a second, then nod. “I'll look into getting us a hack. We coulda grabbed one from the boneyard up in the aleutians, I guess, but no way it'd have made it here with us. Do the brits have boneyards?”She shakes her head. “Naw, not like we've got in the states. Matron Knight says the RAF stations sometimes have smaller scale yards, ya know, maybe twenty-thirty aircraft, but nothing like the the big boneyard in the deserts.” “What about the civilian airports?” You ask. “I mean, we'd have to be able to get in and out of Barin, and this runway ain't the best.” She shrugs. “You'd haveta look yourself, I don't know. But didn't they operate some big steelwings here during the war?” You shake your head. “Biggest I've heard of is a widow that flew out of there. They aren't exactly the smallest birds in the history of ever, but they weren't huge, either.”“Would one of those work?” Mav asks. You nod. “For a hack? Yeah, it'd be fine. Pull out the magazines and there'd be some space in there for stuff, but at that point we might as well get a greyhound, and Ice could probably just as easy get one assigned. Besides,” You continue, “Warbirds like that are old and not always still in decent condition.”“Well, I'll leave it to you. Next liberty you get, we can go looking.” She says. “Meantime, we can start getting set up downstairs. I'll start pulling the stuff to make a still togther, maybe Kitty will help.”You look at her, and she flushes when she realizes what she's said. “Kitty?” Well... alright then. Chowtime?
>>33277354Oh! ok. cool. I thought that was someone from a drawthread or something, our drawfags are all pretty cool and talented. >>33277427For a small greenhouse, yeah.
>>33277564Indeed, but from the times I've been in AX, it was hard to find an artist that was open. Probably just bad timing on my part.>>33277600>[x] “Kitty?”
>>33277600>[x] “Kitty?”You're slipping Mav.
>>33277600>[X] “Kitty?”And then we resurrect the Widow for one more booze run.
Just a question. What does hack mean in this context?
>>33277600> "Kitty?"Nope. Not getting away from that one.
>>33277600I'm assuming kitty is young Now I want Mav x orionx young
>>33277600> “Kitty?”How the tables have turned, Mav!
>>33277804Speaking of which, we need to meet Orion some time. Ghost, pay attention.
>>33277697A hack is usually a supernumerary aircraft, kept around for odd jobs. In the OG SWQ, for example, our run to christchurch? normally that would have been done in a hack, except we only had our widow for it.
 “Kitty?”"What exactly have you dragged me into now? "
>>33277600>kitty?the heck, mav, is this either a term of endearment for youngspawn, or you have another girl in your harem?
>>33277600[x] "Kitty?"Finally, more Mav. Dammit, we should've been spending more time with her since, well, a long time ago.
>>33277564oh, it's mr. Merc!>comanche with hammerspace missiles when
>>33278069Come to think of it Merlin didn't just break air combat, she broke the concept of STORAGE. Those missiles were pre-loaded, they were in the leg dimension without any witch providing magic. Imagine the possibilities! Mother of modern air combat nothing
>>33278174Yea, but you have to have magic to use it right? It's not like you could have a forever-cooler, unless your girlfriend is magical
>>33278174i'd be freaked out if they decide to put something along the lines of megalith using merlin's technique. Now THAT's something to ponder about.
>>33278197i think merlin herself said that using extra hammerspace would have a catch. As to what this catch is, she didn't say any specifics
>>33278174Soon, Ace Combat will be a reality in the SWQ universe.Fuel could be stored easily, and hundreds of missiles can be stored.
>>33278197You need magic to get it out so far as we've seen, but those strikers were sitting on the racks completely free of magic and they were filled with dummy ordnance. Oh god imagine the implications for espionage
>>33278240i tried to get rid of that thought! Now i'll have to relive the nightmare of Bravo team while they get slaughtered on the thirteenth floor!
Could you use Merlin's technique to alter the space in an aircraft carrier or warship's magazine?
>>33278266>Soon, Ace Combat will be a reality in the SWQ universe.Did you miss all the Ace Combat super weapons? The Wyvern?
>>33278265Nothing like a requiem to get you pumped to destroy a doomsday device!
>>33278331Ghost was building up to it this whole time!
>>33278331We need to fight a Morgan now....
>>33278352It's fucking eargasm material. Sit in a dark room, good headphones on, and crank the volume up to max. You'll thank me later.
>>33278278if the magic requirement for extra hammerspace is true, it might be, but it will be costly. they might need some super-magic generator to keep the hammerspace up.
 “Kitty?”You raise an eyebrow. “Kitty?”“Uh...” She pauses, then nods. “Yeah. Kitty. What, it's not like you didn't have pet names for your girlfriends!” You laugh. “Yeah, but not kitty. And none of my exes are, ya know, shit hot leading NATO aces, either. She good in bed?” “Officer and a lady.” Mav retorts, sticking out her tounge and crossing her arms. “I ain't tellin.”“Spoilsport.” You grouse. “Not even a hint?” She shakes her head. “Nope. Get bent, I ain't tellin you jack.” “Hmph. I never get to have any fun.” You complain, trying not to laugh. “Yeah, thats cos you're too busy playing dumb.” She responds. “I'm sure Ice would love to actually have, ya know. Fun.” She makes a gesture, making a ring with her finger and thumb, then running another finger in and out of it. “I bet she's kinky as hell, too. As hardassed as she is? Oh yeah.” She nods, then pauses. “Or Slider. Or Katya. I mean, damn, son, you dumb. You could pick any of the three, and you pick... none?” “What about all three?” You ask, grinning. 1/2
>>33278331I'm not talking about the superweapons and planes, I'm talking about the basics: each plane will have tons of fuel to fly in, and each plane would have a shitload amount of gun ammo, and missiles up the wazoo.
>>33278370i've been doing that for the past few weeks, actually. Played it alongsidefire youngman>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ybufm9wgD4Qand fire away>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Z2o_fGkAsgbecause AC classics rock.
Mav looks at you, then, slowly, nods. “If anyone could pull it off, you've got the best chance. It ain't unheard of for witches to share a guy, but it's rare as hell, don't let the twins fool ya. They probably share everything anyway.” “Thats...” you pause. “That's actually kinda disturbing.”Mav shrugs. “Hey, welcome to the twins. 'sjust how they work. Anyway, yeah. Good luck though, you'd probably need it.”“How is it we always end up talking about women?” You ask. Mav shrugs. “Cos the student-” She indicates you, “Will always seek advice from the master.” She points at herself, using the thumbs of both hands. “Now who's being kinky?” You ask, grinning. “Isn't it chow time yet?” You look at your watch. Mav shrugs. “We can head down if ya want, but it's probably too early. 'course, if chow isn't ready, we can always go check out that room you were telling me about, so I can get a look.” Let's go see about chow, first, I'm starved.  Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.
>>33278405>“What about all three?” You ask, grinning.SO MANLY!
>>33278367Striker Version or steel wing?
>>33278436>[X] Let's go see about chow, first, I'm starved.See who's around first. Make sure we don't get ambushed by someone who would ruin our fun.
>>33278428Don't forget Zero. That Spanish guitar.Also Mayhem.>>33278436> Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.
>>33278436>[X] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.WHAT CAN GO RIGHT?!
>>33278436>[x] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.More Mav Adventures!>>33278451Why not both?
>>33278436>[x] Let's go see about chow, first, I'm starved.FOOOOOOOOOOOOD
>>33278436> Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.Eh, food, for once, can wait. Plans are needed.
>>33278436>[x] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.
>>33278436[X] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.
>>33278405>“What about all three?” You ask, grinning. don't tease us like this, ghost!> Let's go see about chow, first, I'm starvedshenanigans in the kitchen, up!>>33278451I'd take both, please>>33278476i have a link to a metal cover of zero, but it's a YMMV track
>>33278436> Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.
>>33278476here, mate, have some ace-coustic combat.>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avWcpRymkZoor if you prefer,>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BP0jQ6fo9M
>>33278508Post it, I'll post the remastered extended one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80XAJKqRU9k
>>33278508>>33278481So we'll be pretty much fighting a steelwing Morgan as well as a Striker Morgan...Challenge Accepted.
>>33278436> Let's go see about chow first, I'm starving.Food tiem.
>>33278560Can we fight these cuties too?
>>33278436> Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.Why don't we hang with Mav more?
>>33278436>[x] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.We're gonna find someone there aren't we.>“What about all three?” You ask, grinning. It would solve many issues in the threads and it would make Fronk certifiably crazy, so in turn it's the true ending. That also makes Ghost a tease. why you do that Ghost?
Harem end is best end.
>>33278560im looking forward to seeing pixy-like skills in both a steelwing and striker, myself.>it was a cold and snowy day...
>>33278597Repost the censored edition, blue board.
>>33278597and harder to achieve.But hey, it worth it.
>>33278550>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwUPG7gkRH8by request, zero, the rock version! (there's the ace-coustic version in>33278549if you want it
>>33278624Different anon here, Posting
>>33278436>[x] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.Is Goose even on the island? I don't recall her being mentioned since we got to Barin. Is the Barin Weirdness Aura gonna make her go full Miyafuji?
>>33278436> Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.More Mav time is always good
>>33278597if mobius had a harem end, that would've been crazy cool. but i doubt yellow 4 would agree to that.
>>33278550Alright, if my sources are correct...Zero uses the same lyrics of the Unsung War. Though I'm not sure where they are.
>>33278624imo, I think the censored version is better.
>>33278682I do too.
>>33278581f-35-tan looks like anzu from Garupan for some reason
>>33278682yep. loved the >mission accomplishedon that one
>>33278714Nah, F-35 is cool, bro.
>>33278436[x] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well.Want more Mav.
>>33278714eh, what? whadido? i w-was merely making an o-observation... :O
>>33278720Its more the Anzu angle.
>>33278695Speaking of GuP, the Anzio OVA is out...not subbed yet though
>>33278747AOK. Continue on.
>>33278738no probs, boss.as a bonus, here's a link to ace combat 22, "if the sky is burnin out!".>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojiNbALIlUY
>>33278735It's a reference to the GuP Quest that runs on /tg/. There's usually a handful of suggestions to hatefuck Anzu whenever she appears.
>>33278758eh? where's commiesubs when you need em...now to wait for the movie to come out. i need to see the senshado world cup.
>>33278771wow, talk about getting the short end of the stick (pun intended)they still do that even if anzu basically took the brunt of possibly losing oarai the most?
>>33278816She painted our tank baby blue. She deserves it.
>>33278880>She painted our tank baby bluethat's oarai's prez for ya, i guess. and there goes another argument in the join-or-not-join-GuP-quest for me
>>33278880There is no forgiveness for that blasphemy. I was there to see it happen.
>>33278915It got better. It was played straight.
>>33278816Regardless of her actual intentions, she does not do a good job of making herself liked.
>>33278923Funniest shitstorm ever.
>>33278880DEATH TO ANZU!
>>33278926well, that's a good thing i guess.>>33278944i always considered anzu to be one who doesn't give a rat's ass, as long as it gets stuff done. Talk about bumrushing through the politics, that girl.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuaQflZr3Fojust to give this thread something to think about while ghost is away.
>>33278996Perhaps, but it tends to hackfire when you have to deal with angry Americans and Not doormat Japanese teenage girls
>>33279041so how was that american team anyway? apart from having a lady's man and a tomboy in the team, i didn't hear much about them
Oh god, it just hit me. Natalya is an experimental humanoid Hellcow.
>>33279117in the words of sarge......those dirty blues!
Rolled 48>>33279117oh fuck
>>33279117>dem titteysthank you. now i will cower in bed every night, thinking natalya will be "hissing" in my ear
>>33278956That is was!>>33279117If that is the case then, can we use our GNOME powers on her?
>>33279082They've been reasonably interesting.
>>33279160that face reminds me of something crazy :D
>>33279206Man I fucking wish they seriously made that show, would have been fucking awesome, like a live action british version of Archer.
>>33279176we'll have another konstantina, methinks. is that a good thing?>>33279182that seems to be saying much
>>33279237yeah, with the over-the-top acting (epileptic seizures after a few pistol rounds, was it?) and the crazy car stunts.and snarking. it wouldn't be without snarking.
>>33279136But they are reds!
>>33279241but this one is pure RAPE MURDER AND......cake stealing
>>33279327speaking of reds...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WqwFhX6Cqg
>>33279354>cake stealingin the immortal words of Kurtz...>the horror! the HORROR!!!
>>33279354DEFEND THE CHOCOLATE CAKE!
[x] Yeah, let's head down and take a look, might as well. Even as hungry as you are, the allure of a steady supply of hard liquor, even questionably made moonshine, is too much to pass up. “Let's go down and check out where I'm thinking.” You say, sliding off the bench, noting it's dangerous creaking as Mav nods, walking over to the roof hatch and opening it. “We can see about chow afterwards, anyway.”“Anything I'm going to want?” Mav asks. “Crowbar, gas mask...?”You shake your head. “Flashlight and pants, maybe, but Konstantina was down there without pants, so it can't be that bad. Just wouldn't want you to get brickdust or dirt in your skivvies.”She grimaces. “Me either. Yeah, lemme grab a pair out my room, I'll meet you at the stairwell, deal?”You nod. “Yeah, deal. It'll give me time to grab a bag anyway, might as well see if there's more loot down there while we're out that way.”It takes her a few minutes- apparently, you think, she either doesn't have a lot of pants, or the ones she has are buried somewhere. Soon enough, though, she shows up in a pair of baggy jeans, complete with a belt and a holstered pistol. You indicate the pistol, noting the gerber tool right behind it. “What, you scared of monsters?” “Ha-ha.” She says, shaking her head. “It was already on the belt. I probably wore them the last time I was at the ranch, just forgot to take it off.”“How do you forget a fucking colt?” You ask, laughing. “I mean, damn, what is that? A thirty eight?” She makes a scandalized squawk. “Fourty four, fuck you very much. Thirty eight, like I'd have some bullshit saturday night special.” 1/2
“A real cowboy's gun, then?” You ask, testing your flashlight and shouldering your empty bag. “Cowgirl, ya dink.”“Oh, so you like being on top?” “Frank, you know it's loaded, right?” You laugh. The corridor downstairs has been cleaned out some- the boxes of old paperwork are gone, and the floor looks like it's recently been swept. The tower basement looks cleaner, too, some of the rubble gone and a pair of new supports in place- steel I beams, each bolted to a plate at the ceiling and floor. “Someone's been doing work down here.” Mav notes, and you nod. “Yeah, it looks like it. What do you think?” She shakes her head. “If they're putting in new steel supports, they're planning on renovations, I'll bet. How much exploring did you say you did down here?”  Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really. Enough to know this was the best spot we had. Think we can relocate?
>>33279441>[x] Enough to know this was the best spot we had. Think we can relocate?
>>33279401>gerber toolcan't go wrong with that, no?>>33279441 Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.i think we should be modest about this, at least
>>33279441>[X] Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.May as well poke around a bit with Mav since we're down here already. And we haven't done much with her in a very long while.
>>33279441> Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.We really didn't wander around too much
>>33279441> Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.
>>33279441>[x] Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.Fuckin' knew it.
>>33279441 Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.we never did go into that bomb shelter.
Rolled 55>>33279441> Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.
>>33279441> Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.Exploration time.
>>33279502>bomb shelterif that place has a hissing sound in their, we bail on the first instance, yeah?
>>33279441>[X] Enough to know this was the best spot we had. Think we can relocate?
>>33279537Don't run from Hellcow, you'll just die tired.Instead, seek FRIENDSHIP so that you may call upon Hellcow to vanquish your foes.
>>33279553is this a case of hellcow will know its own?
>>33279441[x] Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.
>>33279537yes, because it's probably a gas leak with our luck
>>33279441> Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.Dammit all. That was a nice spot.Ah fuck trash day.
If they are renovating down here we could be out of luck since they may move on to whatever spot we do choose.>>33279537Hell naw.
>>33279567and then we unleash the NEON SAMURAI>some matrons make shamefur dispray!
>>33279441>[x] Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.Time for exploration!
>>33279613i see what you may or may not have intended to do there.>hell naw=hell cow
>>33279441[X] Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.
>>33279621No, Hellcow and Neon Samurai were what made me drop the original quest.
>>33279749You really stuck with SQW after the fucking basement scene killed all narrative, but THOSE bits of silly made you drop it?
>>33279801What do you mean by killed all narrative? Not criticizing just curious?
>>33279936Up until that point PF had this subplot going on where we thought that the Witches killed or otherwise suppressed (at least thats how i took it anyway) any male magic users. Because it threatened their positions as yknow, dominant and powerful. It was a nice counterpoint to the waifu wars.The basement scene ruined all of that subplot entirely. "Oh no there's nothing wrong with male users. We have all of this info on them and everything."After that all 3 threads a night were devoted to NO YOUR WAIFU A SHIT!!!!! A-BLOO-BLOO!!!
>>33280014soooo standard /tg/ quest?
>>33280014I respect your opinion but disagree.
>>33280014I'm glad it wasn't some top secret KILL THE MALE MAGIC USERS bullshit. It's more insidious to control and bend all knowledge about them
>>33280102>>33280105PF also stopped writing in any tension or threats after that. The whole RAWKITS vs Fuel thing. He wrote in the Dread to give us something to blow up with the rawkits. Had we picked fuel he would have given us something to discover with it that was "important" And ill be honest im not in to /tg/ quests to waifu the fuck out of things. It was cute for a while, but it stopped being funny VERY fucking quickly.>>33280128It wasnt even that. They just flat out had, unaltered, record of how male magic had historical example. Hell we basically straight up did a few of those ourselves.
>>33280014I'm mostly convinced PF just took the opportunity to mock /tg/s paranoia.
>>33280194Didn't he say that out right? He loved playing off of our paranoia.
>>33280185Sure, THEY had the records, but that's the point. They had them...and basically no one else did. Men weren't magic because the witches said so, and the witches had the only proof that they were
>>33280194But /tg/s paranoia actually added something beyond the whole, muh waifu shit, to the quest. ANd PF threw it away, just to say fuck you.
>>33280194oh he did, he was and still is nothing but an utter shit tier troll, the reason why he won't write it anymore is because he can't troll now that everyone knows he's a trolling faggot
>>33280185sounds like a case of>you didn't ask, so we didn't provide specificstbh, tho, i was still hoping the good man would've picked up from the fortress bomb disaster. i was wondering if kennedy was a gnome as well, you know.
>>33280219It's funny how mad you people get.
>>33280228You seem upset.
>>33280219I never really cared for the paranoia, I had fun just being swept along for the ride.Though I am mad at why his faggoty ass stopped and won't continue SWQ.
>>33280244Hornet, its been a long time since SWQ. I dont even care anymore.
>>33280219You need to learn to roll with the waifu shit.>>33280275He's still around. Just flaking. I'd like some finality, even if it's just an announcement he won't continue.
>>33280275/tg/ untangled the Gordian Knot of waifus in SQW. There was nothing left to write about. Hell all of the spinoffs that died proved that.
>>33280282>"I dont even care anymore.">posts about it anywayk
>>33280293I keep funneling him ideas for shit for SWQ. Helps to live near him.
>>33280293>He's still around. Just flaking. I'd like some finality, even if it's just an announcement he won't continue.yeah, he's still around, being a trollhe made it pretty clear in the QTGs that he couldn't give less of a shit about SWQ and the Striker's quests and if anything, all he does whenever he posts is just make more and more enemies
>>33280299>untangled the Gordian KnotIn reality, we basically chose and chose hard. Much as people might have been Trudefags, there wasn't no coming back from that sort of loss
>>33280299>all of the spinoffs that diedI miss Crimson.
>>33280381I do too. Archival can write pretty good.
>>33280329>he couldn't give less of a shit about SWQ and the Striker's questsIt's funny...when you think about it, that's basically the greatest troll move of them all. One final victory for Fap Angel
>>33280293Look i dont care about waifu shit as long as it doesnt consume a quest whole. Like here for instance. Sure we have the whole Ice, Slider, Katya thing, but we also have the subplots about our magic killing us slowly, Merlin being threatened by everything /tg/ freaks out about, and finally catching up with the bastard that shot us down over Alaska. These are more than suitable plot points that keep me reading to see their resolution. That is a good thing.
>>33280381>>33280398So do I, its a pity he had to go and be a moody bitch and all depressive and think that the one year return was shit when all evidence points to the fact it was awesome, fuck he even got Decu on board to Co-QM.I wish he would stop being a faggot and get back to writing it instead of festering in his self-loathing.
>>33280460ur waifu shit
[x] Not a lot, just here and the tower above, really.You shake your head, taking the time to look inside the wine room- the racks all stand completely empty. You wonder, briefly, who got the rest, but decide it doesn't matter, the stuff you pulled up is apparently worth it's weight in diamonds. “Not a lot, honestly.” You say, shining your flashlight around, seeing clear evidence of more work- conduit being run, repairs to the stairs along the side you'd completely missed. “Just down here and the tower above.”Mav nods. “Well, this place is out. Ain't no way we can set up here and someone not notice it. Didja check the other way, over by the old bomb shelter?” You shake your head. “Nah, too worried I'd run into monsters.” She looks at you like you're crazy, and you laugh. “Kidding. Just didn't have the time, didn't care that much.” You say. “Well, there's supposed to be a bunch of old rooms over the other way.” She says. “Stuff that hasn't really been opened since the mid forties. Maybe there's something over there we can use?” You shrug. “Worth a shot, let's go.” 1/3 (sorry... got a bit carried away)
The walk back the other way doesn't take long, though you note that a couple of the rooms along the hall are now blocked with contractor's plastic- the stuff they hang over doors to prevent dust from getting out. Looking up reveals florescent lights- not wired in, yet, but hung. “Wonder what's with all the construction? And who's doing it?” You ask, looking around. “I mean, I haven't seen anyone, and I can't imagine the witches just use general contractors for this shit.”Mav shrugs. “Ask Tabby. Think there's a construction crew hanging around out in the guest housing, on the north end, but they wouldn't be allowed into the castle proper, men usually aren't. Hell, mister mack's only here 'cos he's married to Georgette, and the ground crew has their own barracks down off the hangar.” You frown. “Really? I thought they had rooms in here?” She shakes her head. “Nope. Never have, either. The guest housing on the south side used to be technician housing, but they got moved inside in the seventies, right before they closed up the runway for steelwings.”As you get closer to the bomb shelter, you start noticing faded signs, like the ones you used to see around town when you visited your grandparents, designating a fallout shelter. Shining your light over one of them, you note that the sign isn't that badly faded, and is, exactly as you guessed, a fallout shelter sign, displaying the radioactivity symbol over a black bar. “Wow.” You say, pausing to look at it. “You don't see these too often.” “The hell does that mean, anyway?” Mav asks. 2/3 ( i hope...)
>>33280460Finding the guy who shot us down over Alaska was a subplot? Since when?
“Fallout shelter?” You ask, and she nods. “Back in the late forties, and early part of the fifties, before marswatch and the UN really got going the way they did, the UNEDF's war plan if the martians invaded again was to nuke their landing sites.” You say, shaking your head. “The idea was that you'd send big bomber formations loaded with nukes, only one had to get through and boom. No more invaders. Or anything else.” Mav nods. “And the shelters?” “Well,” You say, shining your flashlight on it again. “They started to make these when people started realizing that groundbursts and low altitude airbursts kicked up radioactive debris, and it had to start coming back down eventually, and that it wouldn't be real good for anyone's health when it did. So they funded fallout shelters for cities and towns, so if you had to nuke invaders nearby, you could ride out the radiation in a shelter, then get back to living life. Of course, all that went out the window when marsnik and mariner happened and came back with solid proof that if anything was left down there, it wasn't a threat to us.” 3/4 (welp)
>>33280527I always though he was still alive and would be a suitable boss battle. But i could have remembered it wrong. Ill admit that.
You look at the sign then down the hall, making out a door at the end. “Most of 'em were decommissioned and shut down, there's a couple still around in like, churches and shit, but really they're just there because they were part of the basement anyway.” The door is jammed, though not nearly as badly as the wine room's was- though that's a good sign, you think, as you force it open. Inside the shelter, dust, undisturbed for decades, sits on the floor, along with signs of disuse- folded wall cots, stacks of cardboard boxes and wooden crates, metal wallshelves with a few small cases left on them, things of that nature. Two doors run along the right hand side, another pair along the left, and a single door in the back leads deeper into the shelter. “Well,” Mav says, shining her flashlight over the doors. “Where should we start?”  Right side first, we'll just work our way around.  Left side first, Could be something interesting! Let's check out the door in back first.  Let's just leave those alone, we can set up in here.
>>33280549for all we know, he could be with putin.
>>33280549I'm pretty sure it was no single Flanker that shot us down in that battle. At least three of the them got good hits on us.
>>33280554> Let's check out the door in back first.
>>33280554>[X] Let's check out the door in back first.
>>33280555The guy that struck the truly fatal shot on the old Tomcat probably WAS Putin.
>>33280549Maybe you're thinking of Nosferatu?
>>33280554> Right side first, we'll just work our way around.Time to check all the doors
>>33280554> Right side first, we'll just work our way around.
>>33280554[X] Let's check out the door in back first.When given the option, always venture deeper.
>>33280554> Left side first, Could be something interesting!there's always been something on the left in barin.speaking of bomb shelters, i remember seeing something on the news back in the summer, about an elementary school that just discovered a shelter after it was sealed for almost five or six decades. with supplies.
>>33280554>[x] Right side first, we'll just work our way around.
>>33280527we didn't get 'shot down', we drove our plane out of the sky, thats all, ain't no plot line there>>33280554 Let's check out the door in back first.
>>33280554> Let's check out the door in back first.It doesn't matter one bit, we've found where we're putting our precious still. Anywhere here works because this is as abandoned as abandoned gets. Still, might be useful stuff in the other rooms, so it doesn't hurt to poke around a bit.
>>33280554>[x] Right side first, we'll just work our way around.>>33280549The way I view that fight is we lived, many of the Flankers didn't. Do you mean the Vampire over Japland?
>>33280554> Right side first, we'll just work our way around.One step at a time.
>>33280581but isn't putin KGB tho? did they have clearance to fly or something?
>>33280568But people kept mentioning some "Viper" or Nosferatu guy or some such for a bit afterwards, or whatever so i took away that we had been outmatched by one guy after a bit. Whatever it was i took away that he was someone we'd come back to eventually.
>>33280587the vampire got away after tokyo, we haven't seen it since
>>33280554> Right side first, we'll just work our way around.Open all the doors! Leave what could be the best for last.
>>33280637Putin's just that awesome. Protector of world peace, world-breaking fighter pilot, he's probably not even a gnome.
>>33280648i honestly miss the cfa-44. really looking forward to seeing it again.is it bad that i want it to be a FRIENDLY meeting?
>>33280554[X] Right side first, we'll just work our way around.
>>33280648Pierce and company have. If anyone is keeping up with PJ Witches, we captured the pilot of a Nosferatu that was shot down in an head on attack with USMC Hornet.Doubt its the same guy but who knows.
>>33280637Look up what the KGB did and could do, don't know if they flew but if they had the own ships I'm sure fighter aircraft weren't hard to get.>>33280644Have you read the quest? Not meaning to sound like a jackass but sounds like you haven't.
>>33280554 Let's check out the door in back first.
>>33280686could be, never know, though that would be interesting
Back to music!Personally, I think the opening of this piece until the big thumping section perfectly encapsulate a vast aerial warfare. I just wish someone would run with that idea.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISpGCsp-5g8
>>33280671badass normal putin. well that's saying a lot and considering his base, he might have a lot more clout in the military.>>33280686>Doubt its the same guy but who knowsmaybe they have more nosferatus hidden... well shift.
>>33280720>>33280637the GRU got their people in the air as backseaters all the time and had a habit of 'commandeering' hinds in Chechnya and then getting slaughtered the moment the hind dropped them at their LZ
>>33280686I need to catch up on PJ witches...and a bunch of other quests
>>33280720Dude i cant even remember how long ago the thread was. I dont bring it up, but as a one off ,if im wrong, im wrong. Its fine.
>>33280720>krivak-class frigatewelp. spooks with their own ships.
>>33280733yeah, contact's good for a furball, but sometimes i want easy-listening air warfare music, like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yI3MUb0OpA
>>33280804I just absolutely love the first 20 seconds of Contact. I wish that the song could be made entirely on that.And that's a fine song to listen to, but I think it's a bit too laid back and doesn't give the combat justice. Just my opinion. Still love the song.
>>33280779The KGB was a very large organization. They had their own border troops, so having their own spy frigates to subhunt off the Motherland isn't too out of the ordinary.Hell, the thing showed up in Red Storm Rising. The three US subs launched their attack on Kola practically right in front of it.
>>33280869yeah, i think dog fighter could contend for "in the next edition of strikers 89" theme.>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OH5e6fWjgUel dorado, on the other hand...
>>33280908now i imagine that the kgb had a top-secret-eyes-only air wing.
>>33280908the nuke sub that was 'scuttled' a couple hundred kms from Hawaii that was dredged up by the CIA and the Global Experorer (IIRC that was the ships name) was a really interesting and terrifying eventthe KGB managed to get some party loyal spetznaz on board as replacement crewmen, tried to take control of the sub and launch nukes on Hawaii, but they failed to properly countermand the security and failsafes on the missiles so the warheads det charges went off when they tried to launch
>>33280911You have excellent taste, sir. God damn, now I want someone to do modern remakes of a ton of old AC songs. Fuck this feeling, it won't ever be fulfilled.
>>33280977>the KGB managed to get some party loyal spetznaz on board as replacement crewmen, tried to take control of the sub and launch nukes on Hawaii, but they failed to properly countermand the security and failsafes on the missiles so the warheads det charges went off when they tried to launchIIRC that was/is just a conspiracy theory?
>>33280999what i hate is that i didn't get to play ac2. like at all. but there was air combat 22, so it wasn't that bad.if project aces avoid the dubstep they did for comona in infinity and turned up the ZERO gear it would be better.
>>33281006nopethe GSF Explorer (formerly Glomar Explorer) and its tale is real, although a bunch of conspiracies have been based off it
>>33281104No, I know the Glomar Explorer is real. I was saying the theory that the Soviet sub had gone "rogue" and tried to nuke Hawaii was a conspiracy theory
>>33280977That's just a pipe dream. There's no way we can ever find out what happened on that sub. All we know is where it sank.
>>33281131they managed to recover enough from the sub and an intact R-21 as well as wreckage from the one that detonated that they pieced together what happened, they found enough of the codebooks and comm relays and personal effects in the 2/3rds of the sub they brought up to piece together that the 6 'replacement' crew members tried something and the R-21's failsafes activated from a failed override launch.>>33281157they pulled 2/3rds of it from the bottom of the ocean, they got plenty from it
>>33281188Do you have any credible sources or citations to back that up?
>>33281188Or someone could have fucked up a test launch, or Glorious Soviet Engineering could've done what it did best and failed. Also, the official story was that they only got the first 1/3rd of the boat, but that's whatever
>>33281188derp, they managed to recover 1/3rd, they lost the other 2/3rds when they had a mechanical failure with the grab arm>>33281211a whole bunch of FOIA declassified documents got released on it when the NY and LA times wrote pieces on it, wiki has a good summary of it, though we all know wiki ain't that concrete, theres also a few books by people that were apart of Project Azorian
I guess a super huge post from Ghost is in bound. ETA:?
>>33281332can't confirm from our location, jamming's pretty strong here...
>>33281332As soon as we kill you to bring back Program0.
>>33281375I second that.
[x] Right side first, we'll just work our way around. You shine your light around before settling on the right hand doors. “Let's check these out.” You say, motioning with your head. Mav nods, and you notice when you look back at her, she's got the retaining strap for her pistol unbuttoned. You grin. “Scared of monsters?” “What? No.” She says flatly, noticing your gaze and reattaching the ends. “I must have just forgotten.” “Uh-huh. Sure.” you say, opening the first door on the right. Inside, you see a chow hall- one about the size of the main room you were just in, long tables with chairs stacked neatly on top lining the floors, casting weird shadows along the wall. The entire interior, you've noticed, is covered in white tile, even the walls the the barrel roof. The left side wall is open, with a serving counter revealing a kitchen just beyond. “Man, that must have been a bitch to put up.” You remark, looking at the tile. The ones on the floor are noticeably larger, but it's still an awful lot of tile. “You know, this room seems a lot bigger than they'd need.” Mav points out. “There weren't that many bunks in the other room, and this looks like it'd serve everyone in the castle right now, all at once.”You nod- she's right. “Probably means there's more racks in the back or one of the other rooms.” you say, shining your light through to the kitchen. “'Cos the doors along the back back there are probably cold lockers, maybe a dry pantry.”“Yeah, that's what I'm thinking, do we even want to go in there?” She asks.  Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.  Nah, not really. Probably nothing back there, let's keep going.
>>33281457You gotta lewd Ghost as well. It's the secret fire button>>33281278Sure, they recovered 1/3, but that didn't include the area in which the nukes were stored on that particular class of submarine
>>33281471> Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still. let's take it all in, slowly.
>>33281471>[x] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.Saying no to more exploring? What kind of fun is that!
>>33281471> Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.
>>33281471> Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still. More exploration...couldn't take that long either
>>33281471> Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.Ready that .44 just in case....
>>33281471> Nah, not really. Probably nothing back there, let's keep going.
>>33281471>[X] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.
>>33281470woah, there, the heck did that come from>
>>33281471[X] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.>>33281492They actually recovered two of the nukes.
>>33281471[X] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.
>>33281471>[x] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.
>>33281492>Sure, they recovered 1/3, but that didn't include the area in which the nukes were stored on that particular class of submarinethey recovered the forward 1/3rd of the sub itself, as well as a buttload of debris and wreckage from the ocean floor, they actually managed to get at least one R-21 intact as well as get cameras into the damaged areas and photo a whole load of stufftheres actually some black and white footage taken from one of the cameras on the arm going through the wreckage but fuck if you can find a digital copy of it
>>33281471>[x] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.We don't want to have any lurking surprises while we're brewing.
The tell-tale hissing will soon be upon us.
>>33281690you think hellcow will have survived this long tho? sure, he's part martian, but i dunno what his lifespan or sustenance is.
>>33281471 Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still.
>>33281748I hope so. We must check every room in this place if we have to to find him.
>>33281551They recovered nuke torpedoes, not missiles. The Golf class had their launch tubes in an extended sail, and assuming the CIA's telling the truth (a bad assumption at the best of times) they only managed to recover the first 1/3 with the claw gizmo or whatever>>33281602They got a missile? How?
>>33281810>i'm sorry, but your hellcow is in another castle!
>>33281748The Beast can never truly be destroyed. It only slumbers until it can once again roam these halls.
>>33281812>they only managed to recover the first 1/3of the submarine itselfthey managed to pilfer through the wreckage grabbing smaller stuff before attempting the big lift, which failed
>>33281812>They got a missile? How?They are not stupid enough to try and lift the entire sub on the first attempt without getting as much as they safely could first, they got a bunch of the extended sail, an R-21 included, as well as wreckage from the detonated one and some of the radios/comm gear
>>33281869as a demon, or a great hero?>i know, lame, shoot me now, COME ON
>>33281748THEN WE WILL REBUILD HIM IN TO SHIN HELLCOW!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boAV7wVPlqQ
>>33282056>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boAV7wVPlqQ>all hail Ichirou Mizuki-samaalthough the live one is betterhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adSGHnlEgeUso, uh, stoner sunshine, anyone?
>>33282056>>33282104yeeeeeeees I like this idea
>>33281850Thanks a lot, now I have that stuck in my head.>>33282056Considering how awesome Merlin and her crew is becoming, She just might be able to REPRODUCE hell cow!
>>33282148it wont be the same!!!!
>>33282148Why the hell would she do that? She's an aerospace expert, not a biologist.
>>33282148go and stay go.
>>33282117guys.GUYS.what if...WHAT IF...invaders and the enemies from gunbuster were the true enemy?
>>33282166>Goddamnit Frank, I'm an aerospace engineer not a doctor!
>>33282056>hellcow with a striker like system for one formreds are FUUUUUUUCKED
>>33282184Then we get the psychic dolphins to solve our problems.
>>33282218why have bear cavalry when you can have>FALKEN HELLCOW
>>33282104Can't say the black cape was a wise choice. Flipping that to red and his shirt to black would be better from a lighting perspective. Sorry, do stage and sound for my local theater. Can't resist those things.
>>33282176I tried go, I prefer chess and Texas Hold'm poker.
>>33282218>>33282243fuck that shit we ride on hellcow for the final battle with mecha stalin!
>>33282230somehow by psychic dolphin i pictured tifa addil.i dunno why.but psychic dolphins are still ftw
>>33282252eh I understand
>>33282104https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92-iROXtd6ASTONAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASUUUUUUUUUUUN SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINE!And then Hellcow wins the war on communism
>>33282252ah man, i haven't seen stage manager talk since college. I flunked the theatre group on my first year tho, but i still cant get away from light and sound management.>>33282270pic related
>>33282270>>33282243>>33282218>>33282148We are not getting that fucking shit. LOL HELLCOW SO RANDUMB!!!
>>33282316add a little shine shine spark, some planet sized getter scythes, and getter dragon, and communism is totally F*cked
>>33282352i wish I had that metal gear comic pic that saidGET OUT
>hellcow survives to battletech witches eraoh god clanner witches would be HELL to deal with
>>33282402>Dire Wolf with a striker systemNOOOOOOOOOPE FUCK THAT!
>>33282402with GNOME elementals back up.
>>33282402>>33282433>>33282464BRING IT ON YA CLANNER FUCKS!
>>33282485This is the Inner Sphere—thousands of planet colonized by humankind. Once it was united under the Star League, but for the last three hundred years it has been consumed by savage wars... until a new enemy appeared—mysterious invaders known as the Clans. Powerful and ruthless, they struck like lightning, attacking every sector at once. But they made one big mistake: they attacked MY HOME PLANET! Now, in the spirit of the Star League, ancient enemies have reunited... and we're gonna take back our galaxy!
>>33282402>>33282433>>33282464Clearly, there is only one choice for the player battlemechI miss mech-engineer quest
i can't say anything because i haven't played any battletech, but i'd like to see>hellcow or anyone in spellcaster with a chronosphere
>>33282515>Jade Falcon witchesKILL ME NOW!
>>33282527>implying a bunch of lolis trying to SQUAWK wouldn't be adorable as all fuck
we'll have a new thread after this post. Did I mention I got an espresso machine! hahaha!++[x] Yeah, might as well, and if there's a pantry or something, it might make a pretty good place to hide the still. You nod, turning around and heading back towards the door. “Yeah, might as well. One of those pantries might make a good hiding place.” You say, and mav nods. “I wonder how long they could have lived down here?” She says, looking around. “I mean, you couldn't stay forever, right?” You nod. “Depends on when it was built, and if they kept it modernized or not.” You say. “Early on, radiation wasn't really all that well understood, and people thought it would clear out in a couple of days, so, what? Maybe a week, assuming they were paranoid and built in some oops time.” “And later?” Mav asks. “Well, later on, in the mid fifties, we were starting to get that there's some shit that hangs around a lot longer. If that's when it was built... who knows? Months? Years? Some of the latest ones could house their occupants for a hundred years, maybe more.” You say. “hey, how do you know all this anyway?” she asks, suddenly. “You some kinda expert, ain't been telling us?” You shake your head, opening the door to the kitchen. “Naw, I just studied it some in school. Took a lot of history courses, they helped keep my GPA up. You'd be surprised how fucked up the military was post-war.”“I can only imagine.” Mav says, somewhat dryly.1/2 (maybe)
>>33282522What happen to that quest?
where's the PAIN and his BEES when you need them...
>>33282610Dunno, just stopped
The kitchen is set up to handle larger meals- you note a large, flat grill, like you'd see in a restaurant kitchen, as well as a pair of large ovens and a deep, tub sink in back. Turning on the faucet experimentally, you're rewarded with a stream of brown water, almost black, and a distinct metallic smell. “Well, can't use that.” Mav says, looking at the water under her light. “bet that's been sitting for years.” You nod, leaving the water on. “Yeah, but if that's from a pipe, it may be connected to the purifier, or have one of it's own.” You say. “Could solve the water problem.”Mav shrugs. “Do you think they'd have built a separate one for that? Bet it's like on some of the smaller ships, where they tank the drinking water.” You nod, noting that it's not clearing at all. “Yeah, probably.” You say, shutting it off. “Well, let's check the cold locker, then.” The door hangs slightly ajar, held that way by a block of wood. Inside, it's as dusty as the rest of the shelter, the shelves along the walls and down the center empty. “Nada.” You say, looking around, though the tile in here is a green-blue. “There's a drain in the center, though.” Mav nods. “Might not be a bad idea. Only problem is we're going to need cold water pretty constantly.”“It won't actually go into the drink, right?” You ask. She nods. “Yeah, it's just for the warm barrel, you need something to cool down the alcohol steam.”“What about the faucet then?” You ask. “I mean, it's cold, just not potable.” She hesitates, then nods. “Yeah, that should work. We'd have to rig up a hose or something, but it should work.”“Alright, well, let's check the pantry then.” You say. “Might as well, since we're down here.” 2/3 (haha nope)
She nods. “Lead on.”The pantry contains a few small items- a couple boxes of baking soda, long since hardened into solid bricks, and a few boxes here and there, and a crate of C rations that are, most likely, so far past their date they're worthless, though maybe a hard core collector would be interested. Mav looks around, sighing. “Looks like they cleaned the place out pretty good.” She says, kind of glumly. “I was kinda hoping we'd find something neat, like you did last time.” Looks like they did, kind of sucks. We found a good spot for the still, though, so there's that. Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.MO EXPLORING
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.Two more doors Mav~
>>33282683>[x] Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.
>>33282683>[X] Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.DOOR NUMMA TOO
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.you know that smell? that...is the stench...of DISCOVERY!
>>33282683>[X] Looks like they did, kind of sucks. We found a good spot for the still, though, so there's that.
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.Exploration is fun~
>>33282683> Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.Show us your secrets, Barin!
>>33282720>DOOR NUMMA TOOgetting Kids Next Door vibes here
>>33282683>[x] Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.Check everything first.
>>33282683 Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.
>>33282683 Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.Something something NEW CAAAAAAAHHHHRRRR
>>33282762was that wheel of fortune? or the price is right?
>>33282620>>33282610Anontech got a job and had to move to Europe after that he didn't think people would stick with the timezone change despite everyone saying otherwise.I still wish one day he continues the quest
>>33282683>We can sell the c-rations for some cash
>>33282814i know a particular tank-crazy lady who would buy at the right price.
>>33282792Neither of those shows had doors.
>>33282846Let's make sure to have Frank sell that stuff so we have some spending money for Katya or any other dates we have planned
>>33282847ah, sorry, our version had some door variation to those two gameshows.now what was the original door gameshow with a car...
>>33282874sounds like a plan...>rubbinghandsinevengleeintensifies.gif
>>33282876The door bit is from Let's Make a Deal.The NEW CAR is from Price is Right.I think.To be honest, they all get kinda blurred together.
>>33282683[X] Well, we're not done yet, let's see what's in the other doors.
>>33282932ah, makes sense. let's make a deal didn't make it where i was from, so i don't know it.>To be honest, they all get kinda blurred together.yep, american game shows and all that.
>>33282810Well that's a stupid reason for a quest to die.
>>33282874>where'd you get all this money?>sold C-rations I found in the basement
>>33275874doh ho ho ho hoa wizard
>>33283008yeah, after he moved he didn't have any time and just let it kinda die then came back into the battletech generals every now and then and was surprised by those who still want it, though he says timezones wouldn't work/wouldnt have enough time
>>33283072Well I can understand him not having time and that is fair to cut a quest for. But to kill a quest because you think people aren't into it or going to be around when you run it... eh.
>>33283056Whelp looking forward to when the thread ends.
>>33283030Considering how much she bought from back up pay, I think having some extra funding never hurts
>33275874where'd the exhibitionist bit come from anyway?>coming from a dense motherfucker like me
>>33283168Anons theorycrafting and ghost confirming, IIRC
>>33283168Word of God/Ghost.
>>33283186>Anons theorycrafting and ghost confirming, IIRCwell shift. and here i was thinkin katya would be pure like katyusha from the hymn.she's definitely a siberian tiger in my eyes, now.>purrrring intensifies
>>33283220Nope. Slider is pure tier.
>>33283236So is Ice but just delusional and a bit of a M.I don't think she dated anyone
>>33283236still can't get around the fact that slider, of all people, is the purest flyer up there.>notthatimcomplaining.jpg
>>33283246I'd argue tied with Ice for best girl.
>>33283273The loudest ones are always the purest.The quiet ones are always the kinkiest.Which is why Slider-Ice-Fronk threesome is bestsome.
>>33283246>>33283309all three are best girlbesides, ghost confirmed harem end is a thing
>>33283236>>33283246Slider a purest and best
>>33283270oh man. somebody hook this lady up, please.i mean, just look at that face. how can anyone resist her?>>33283324lewd but i definitely approve
>>33283348>foursome pointed out, but still no drawfags of that breakfast-in-bed thing from last thread
>>33283348But then it's not a threesome and there for not bestsome.
>>33283348Nah, Katya would be hiding in the closet pleasuring herself.Or baking cupcakes. One of the two.
>>33283341Damn, she looks fine.
>>33283348Well Mav did say we have a chance to do that.But poor konstanina....
>>33283379foursome bestsome>>33283372indeed that was awesome, a pity no drawfags caught it, what was it again?Ice in a barely seethrough white nightgown, Katya in a black babydoll and Slider in nothing but a flannel shirt>>33283396>Nah, Katya would be hiding in the closet pleasuring herself.nah, she'd join in the fun to show off
>>33283421>foursome bestsomeLies! Lies and slander!
>>33283372Breakfest in bad when did that happen, all i remember was that he took a quick nap
>>33283416they'd probably strap her to a chair while they go at it, to spite her.>>33283421>Ice in a barely seethrough white nightgown, Katya in a black babydoll and Slider in nothing but a flannel shirtdrawfags, we need this, please
If all the potential route girls were to fight to the death for Frank, who'd win?
>>33283453we had a slight derailment while talking about what lingerie to buy for our ladies. when someone said>*just* a flannel shirti took the cue to suggest breakfast in bed, then we went crazy from there.
>>33283486Katya, endurance matters in that sort of grudge match
>>33283513If she's on the list. Then yes, she would win.
>>33283513i cast a vote in your favor, sir, provided she became part of the list.otherwise, i dunno, lol
Rolled 10>>33283486Katya or Ice if we are doing normal list. Bridgette if expanded.
>>33283546She's on the list.Granted, she's REALLY far down the list, but she's on it. Right below Powers but above Kasumi.It's just a matter of how hard you're willing to try.
>>33283621>It's just a matter of how hard you're willing to try.Pretty damn hard here, sir.
>>33283621She's higher on the list than Powers, trust me.
>>33283586Brigette would kill the other girls, but Konstantina would provide some serious trouble, due to sheer crazy.Slider wouldn't be present for the fight, because she'd have snuck off with Frank and would therefore be the winner.
>>33283655I like the way you think, sir
>>33283646Poor Powers. Always getting shut down.
>>33283655You are a wise man, Anon.
>>33283621Who's Bridgette again?Also I thought Katsumi was above Powers?
>>33283486> fight to the deathwhy you got to be like thatwhy not pillow fights and orgy's to determine who gets first dibs
>>33283682NAVY Seals witch that guards all of the stuff. Calls Frank Baron all the time too.
>>33283655so she is big boss?
>>33283673i have a feeling powers will hook up with someone in the same "always-shot-down" situation.>>33283706>slider as big bosswell fuck.
>>33283702Oh right, I still think Katsumi ranks higher
>>33283706No, she was trained by Boss who trains all the spec ops witches.
>>33283682>Also I thought Katsumi was above Powers?Powers is above all. Spying on them all from high altitude.
>>33283733Katsumi already won Bishop.(It's Jessica)
>>33283723>i have a feeling powers will hook up with someone in the same "always-shot-down" situation.well Frank's brother Rex hooked up with Ghost after she got shot down...
>>33283706oh fuuck......solid snake and liquid snake...
>>33283702Who also may or may not think Fronk is a god of death.>>33283723So...Maloney?Or the Japanese witch we ran/crashed into.For the record, I would firmly be aboard with either Powers or Bridgett if either was a strong possibility.
>>33283783>Calls Frank Baron all the time too>Baron SamediYes. I know. Which would make her Franks Maman Brigitte.
>>33283749We don't know that.I still think that Katsumi is still on the list.She's holding Jessica hostage
>>33283747well played, good sir. have some extra fuel.>>33283751i wouldn't be surprised, then.>>33283783>maloneyxpowershmmm... i sense something, elusive...
>>33283805SOMEBODY FINALLY GOT IT
>>33283805I don't know what that means
>>33283845What? I thought that was bleeding obvio->>33283858Oh now I see why you think that.Read up on voodoo my friend.
>>33283879Well I'll be damned
>>33283845its been fucking obvious since the start, which was why I never commented on it
Rolled 5>>33283891>>33283954Seriously? You didn't figure this out already?
>>33283981see>>33283891>>33283954Clearly not obvious to some, Anon. Though I do agree with you about it being fairly obvious.
>>33284002No. Because I don't know shit about voodoo.
>>33284002>>33284006The relations of voodoo gods...hell, voodoo in general ain't something with which I'm even remotely familiar
>>33284014>>33284015I got it from james bond...
Rolled 6>>33284014>>33284015I don't even know anything else about voodoo other than Baron Samedi, but Bridgette made me look it up after being so out in the open abou it.
>>33284051I just knew he had something to do with death, and that was more than good enough for me
>>33284051See, and that would have been the smart thing to do.But I figured if was just a quirk with no meaning. Like Jessica's hyper ness. And the fact that one of the twins is missing a leg.......That last one isn't a reference to something, is it?
>>33284117>Jessica's hyper ness>And the fact that one of the twins is missing a leg.Hahahahahaha. Oh, man. You need to read more.
>>33284149I just always assumed the missing leg thing was a jaws reference, and Jess was just...hyper
>>33284149Different AnonHmm, I catch the Twins reference but if Jessica has because of the hyperness then I'm missing it also.
>>33284191>I catch the Twins referenceI don't
>>33284187>JawsYou REALLY need to read more.
>>33284222I don't really read fiction. Habit of mine. Whether it's bad or not is arguable
>>33284149shut up Airlift, powers a shit