“Dear grandchild,If you have received this package I am most likely dead. We have never met, in fact I do not even know your name as your mother refused to have any contact with me since she left and I have respected her privacy. There are many things I would like to know of you and many things I would like to tell you but all you need to know is that I am your grandfather and that as my heir everything within this package is your inheritance. Use them as you wish.-Albert Aaflyn VI”So goes the letter that arrived to your apartment door this morning. It came with a huge box you have just opened. In it you found several items: An old book, a pouch full of small cylinders made of some strange metal and some symbols carved on to them, a hollow metal rod, two more boxes, one full of clothing and the other filled with various small bottles with different kinds of powders and liquids in them.>What do you want to do? Inspect the book. Look at the cylinders. Go through the clothes. Take the bottles out of the box. (Write-in)
>>33400643 Inspect the book.Wizard's like books.
>>33400643> Take the bottles out of the box.Better living through chemistry, amiright?
>>33400643>[x] Take the bottles out of the box.We got our priorities in order!
>>33400643>[x] Inspect the book.Checking the book is a good first step.
>>33400643> Take the bottles out of the box.
>>33400643>[x] Inspect the book.I guess we start from the logical place.
>>33400643> Take the bottles out of the box.Samefag quest: go!
>>33400643>[x] Go through the clothes.Fuck y'all I wanna dress up.
>>33400878Go back to Re-Birth quest
[X] BottlesYou take the box with the bottles and start unpacking them on the floor. They are filled with various kinds of liquids, powders and… things. One thing that strikes your eye is some kind of ball with spider legs and a scorpion’s tail attached floating in some kind of red liquid.There’s red powder labeled “PHX.meat”, yellow liquid called “A.tears”, green liquid “Nature”, some acid, eyeballs, spider legs, almost transparent powder “stuff”, blue liquid “G’s tears”, feathers and whatever the fuck that thing floating in read liquid is labeled “C:SPESC”>What do you do?
>>33401399Drink that G's tears. They'll be delicious.
>>33401399Look at the book.
>>33401399Put back back in the box because we don't know what the fuck we're doing.Take a peak at the book next.
>>33401399Check out the clothes.
>>33401461Or A's tears. Maybe Angel's tears? God's tears? I will agree on liquid nourishment.
>>33401399Put the stuff back carefully into the box, then read the book.
>>33401399>“PHX.meat”Pheonix meat? Fuck yeah, snort that shit.
>>33401399>we can literally drink tearsOh yes. Don't care which.
Drink tears>>33401461>>33401524>>33401598Snort meat>>33401555Book>>33401475>>33401509>>33401552Clothes>>33401520The moment I typed "different kinds of powders and liquids" I knew you'd want to eat/drink/snort something.Seems like a tie between checking the book and consuming tears. 1 for tears, 2 for book.
>>33401947based dice gods
>>33401932[X] Drink G’s tears.You take the bottle labeled “G’s tears” and open it, releasing a heavenly smell into the room. You have never smelled anything quite like it before.Raising it to your lips you take a sip. It tastes like water.As you put down the bottle you feel something strange in your stomach.A sensation unlike anything you have felt before spreads through your body as you find yourself in darkness, something dripping on your head. It takes you a moment to realize you are lying on your apartment’s floor with a huge hole on the ceiling. Luckily, you live in the highest floor.It’s nighttime and it’s raining and you don’t have a roof anymore. The bottles are scattered all around the room undamaged though the same cannot be said about the furniture. There is a sizeable chunk just missing from your sofa and your microwave oven is broken into small pieces and scattered all around the room. You hear sirens somewhere in the distance.You put the bottles away and turn your attention to the other items.>What do you want to do?
>>33402446Aw man, we can't remember the fun we had?Fine, read the books.
>>33402446Pack everything back into the box, get our wallet and put some clothes in an overnight bag, and put our stuff into one of the other rooms of the apartment that's not currently sporting a goddamned hole int he ceiling. Because we have just fucked up our stuff, and we can just kiss our safety deposit goodbye.>>33402534>read books>while rain is coming down from the hole in the ceiling we causedGreat reading comprehension there, you dumb fuck.
>>33402568And now I'll vote for reading the books in the rain, since agreeing with you would feel disgusting.
>>33402446Find a corner or something out of the rain and read the books.
>>33402607So instead of admitting your own stupidity, you'll continue to do something stupid just to spite the person pointing out your stupidity.
>>33402661Considering how buttflustered you sound? Looks like it's working.
>>33402686You're also proving that you're an idiot, a buffoon, someone who people would be relieved to have die because you'll finally remove the annoyance that is your presence from their lives.
>>33402738Dude you're mad
>>33402446Read the books next.
>>33402446Read the books. In the rain.
>everyone choosing to spite sir asspainedalotYou bring a tear to my eye, /tg/
Book>>33402534>>33402636>>33402809>>33402834Pack your stuff>>33402568Writing...For the record, while i counted non-linked votes in the last update, from now on link votes to my post so it's easier to tell who's voting and who's arguing.
>>33402851Ehh, they're magic books, odds are that they are hexed to be water proof anyway.
>>33402958I'm hoping they're not. I think it would be funny to have the book become illegible because of the rain.
>>33403063Fine, I admit I suggested it to butt bother the buttbothered anon too. Still, being able to read them would be neat.
>Awesome new quest>Troll lolrandumb suggestions ruining itgod fucking dammit!QM, you are supposed to ignore those not encourage themif you ignored them they would leave and you would get serious playersif you encourage them they will stay and the serious players will leave.
>>33403135Yes, serious players like this >>33402738. Who wouldn't want more of him?
>>33402568Do thisAlso, as far as the deposit go, there is obviously no way you did it.just pack up your important stuff and then call the insurance company and the landlord. when they ask what happened say you don't know, it was like that when you came home.Take the magic stuff with you and go to a hotel.
>>33403167So you prefer lolrandumb actions and obviously stupid choices just to spite other players, as well as players like this >>33402686.You're not making a good case for yourself.
>>33403236Still buttflustered about getting btfo, huh?
>>33403213Sorry, too late. We're reading the book in the rain while all of the clothes get wet, and water damage accumulates on our floor and the ceiling of the apartment downstairs.
>>33402446pack your stuff. don't read here in the rain, instead read at a hotel room you rent for tonightcall both landlord and insurance and say you came home to find a wrecked apartment and that you are going through salvaging what you can
>>33403135While on the surface level a juvenile act, it actually serves an important function. That anon getting mad was ruining the mood for me and (turns out) other anons, so demonstrating to him that getting angry most definitely won't lead to the result he wants was vital. It's one way to police these threads.
>>33403252Actually, no. I simply enjoy pointing out the stupidity of fucks like you and hoping to see you get hurt, or killed.
>>33403290A Serious Player, ladies and gentlemen.
>>33403290Please, anon. If you're trying to heckle the QM remember that it's supposed to be funny and lighthearted. Just sperging out ruins the mood.
>>33403272>Boohoo his tone hurt my feelingscry me a river.You ruined a perfectly good quest by taking the opening hook (inherit priceless magical trinkets) and destroy them for lolrandumb behaviorAnd no, drinking strange potentially lethal chemicals is NOT in character for anyone who survived to adulthoodif you believe its magic, you wasted priceless stuff and risked random magical mutationif you don't believed its magic you just tried to commit suicide via ingesting random chemicals.
>>33400643>Magical Hair Quest
>>33403351Honestly, seeing this guy so mad is more entertaining than the quest.
>>33403309>This one serious player is wishing death on the retards>Therefore every serious player is a humourless cuntLogical fallacy there anon.
>>33403272But that's an ultimately self-harming method, and can be easily manipulated into causing more harm than good by damaging the narrative or intentionally removing things that the players want.
>>33403370>All anons are the same person>>33403351PS. even the quest isn't ruined. the fact is that lolrandumb has been institutionalized, as such they will keep mass voting for it and it will continue to deterioate. another dead quest in just a few sessions
>>33403351Being angry makes this quest less fun for everyone. Surely that's not what you want? Let's just get along from now on.
>>33403351Now that the quest is ruined, you'll be moving along, right buttflustered-kun?
>>33403374Your writing style has uncanny resemblance to the first Serious Player, gee...
>>33403413>>33403414seriously, different anons.but you know what, screw it.the fact the author let you get away with it means this quest isn't worth salvaging.best of luck to you QM in future endeavours. I am outsorry to the other serious player/s who posted (if they are even still around)
>>33403482They were always in your head, anon.
>>33403346Why would I heckle the QM? I'm heckling the anons and hoping to see their votes remove future options from what they can do.>>33403414Ha! And miss seeing if the anons will end up killing the MC due to lolsorandumb choices because they want to spite me? No, not yet.
>>33403516You really should just namefag yourself as buttflustered. It's not like picking you out is hard.
>>33403482>being this invested in playing make believe wizard
>>33403549Since you're that confident in your own abilities, why don't we put it to the test?I'd like to see just how good you really are.
>>33403549>I am so stupid i think all anons are the same person
>>33403549>replying to trolls
>>33403597>>33403618I guess the obvious accusation to come next is"durr, you must have used a cell phone to post the second one"
Serious Players Questnow with added seriousness.
OP please ignore everyone and carry on as if nothing had happened.
[X] BookYou fetch a flashlight, grab the book and crawl under the dining table. You might as well check the rest of the inheritance if your single room apartment is going to flood anyway.You can tell it feels warm to touch and you assume it’s made of leather or something similar.As you try to open it you feel something prick your finger. Unable to pull your finger away you can do nothing but watch as more and more blood gushes from your fingertip and is absorbed by the cover until it’s bright red.An eye opens on the cover and looks around the room for a while before focusing on you. It stares at you for a while before growing a mouth just to grin. Then, as if nothing had happened, the book opens.You read the first lines of the book.“This is the grimoire containing all knowledge of the Aaflyn bloodline and only its heir can open it. You may ask questions from this grimoire and seek the wisdom of your ancestors, but only if you are deemed worthy of those answers.”Under those words there is a list of chapters.>What do you want to do? Read chapter 1: Basics. Read History: Albert Aaflyn VI. Do something else? (What?)
>>33403738> Do something else? (What?)Look for references to G.Tears.
>>33403738Skip to the good part, history is boring anyway. How to love potion?
>>33403766>not going for the sex change potion
>>33403738> Do something else? (What?)Where's the chapter on summoning a succubus?
>>33403778>both need G.Tears
>>33403135>awesome new questAnon there are like 3 good quests in existence and any given time and the rest are basically waifu simulator. Hell even the decent quests are waifu simulators. We don't need everyone and their grandmother to turn their vague idea into a quest. Did this quest maybe have potential? Probably, but this isn't /quest/, it's /tg/. We don't need to take very quest thread 110% seriously.
>>33403796We still have some, we only took a sip.[magical realm intensifies]
>>33403738This nigger right here knows what's up >>33403795
>>33403738>[x] Read chapter 1: Basics.Sorry to see your thread go to shit, op.
>>33403738[x] Read chapter 1: Basics.Gotta start somewhere.
>>33403830The bottles are also scattered. We never checked to see if we put the cap back on the bottle.
>>33403738>[x] Read chapter 1: Basics.
Serious Players Samefag intensifies
>>33403946>We ruined the chances of our magical realmNOOOOOOOOOOOO
>>33403977Really? Already? Can you tell which ones were mine, and which aren't?
>>33403795Ignore rain, acquire succubi
>>33404044Dude, we can skip reading the basics and go straight to whatever we want, since OP explains them anyway during the game. I say no to infodumps!
>>33403738Get knowledge about g.tears.Or asklook for most recent entry
>>33404072So the character who has no experience at all with magic, is going to be able to go straight into demon summoning, because OP is going to explain how to do it?Okay, if that's what you think. I didn't expect it to be this easy.
>>33403738>>33403795+1 for buttflustered
G.tears>>33403765>>33404099>>33404114Love potion>>33403766Summon succubus>>33403795>>33403866Read basics>>33403957>>33403921>>33403886Alright, writing...For those of you worried: I was fully prepaired for this.
>>33404311[X] Look for information about G. tears.Feeling worried about the stuff you decided to put in your mouth, you start looking for any references to G.tears.After spending some time looking, you realize that your grandfather must have shortened the names he wrote on the bottles. You even tried asking the book about it but that didn’t change anything. Actually, you think you heard some faint laughter coming from somewhere…[X] Basics.Giving up on that, you decide to turn to the chapter one.“Chapter 1: Basics.Awakening.Every child who embarks on the path of magic must awaken. This usually happens upon the first successful casting which is instructed and supported by an elder mage though is possible through other means. The simplest spell, ‘bolt’, is usually used. This spell’s nature, much like many other spells’, is depends on the caster’s affinity.Instructions:Focus mana on your hand and release it.”Well that was to the point and did absolutely nothing for you. Try casting bolt (1d100, best of first 3) Read on. (Next: Affinity) Put the book away, do something else. (What?)
Rolled 6>>33404954> Try casting bolt (1d100, best of first 3)Nothing can go wrong
>>33404982This is a roll-under system, right?
Rolled 66>>33404954> Try casting bolt (1d100, best of first 3)It'll be more funny if we fail
Rolled 74>>33404954>> Try casting bolt (1d100, best of first 3)
We're going to grunt and scrunch up our face and absolutely nothing is going to happen.
>>33404954> Put the book away, do something else.Grab a beer or three from the fridge.We might as well drink it if we're not going to be here after this.
>>33405228Spike it with more G.Tears.
>>33404982>>33405101>>33405136Best result: 74, fail.Writing...
>>33405319This calls for beer with G.Tear chasers. Screw this magic shit.
>>33405319[X] Magic! 75=fail.You crawl from under the table and stand in the rain. You try to focus on your outstretched hand but nothing happens. You try it again and again but no matter how you shake or wave your hands absolutely nothing happens.After standing there for fifteen minutes small a puddle has formed under your feet and you are wet and depressed.With a sigh you walk to the refrigerator hoping to get a beer just to realize it’s empty.Can tonight get any worse?>Actions? Try magic again. (roll again) Read the book. Try to find a dry place to sleep in. (Write-in)
>>33405685> (Write-in)Put the book in the rain. It laughed at us, it has to suffer as well.
Rolled 47>>33405685try again son
>>33405685[x] (Write-in)Gather up our stuff in two bags, call up the super and let him know there was some kind of accident in our apartment, and then go crash at a friend's place for the night.
>>33405723Fuck that, let's see how the book likes fire.
>>33405818I approve of this line of thought.
>>33405685>>33405869Considering how badly you failed all three of your rolls, I'm now voting for more magic failure
>>33405934Come on, it'd be better to burn the book that laughed at us.
>>33406009We can do that after we fail miserably at magic again and get even more wet and depressed.
>>33406023But how do we burn a wet book?
The book must pay!>>33405723>>33405804Gather up stuff and find a dry place.>>33405742More magical failure.>>33405728>>33405826>>33405869>>33405934Writing....
>>33406061>>33406063>fail miserably at magic>use magic to burn a magic book
>>33406106dont gotta explain shit
>>33406126Like hell you don't.
>>33406157>monk>hitting>everobviously the product of a fever dream
>>33406097[X] Magic again. 66=fail.You will not give up. Once again you raise one of your hands and focus… just to get the same result as the last time.In a burst of anger you try to throw the book into the puddle. To your surprise it bounces back after going beyond your arm’s length and hangs from the air at your hip.You sigh and fall on what remains of your sofa.>What do you do? Not giving up yet! (roll for magic) Read the book. Call it a night and try to find a dry place to sleep in. (Write-in)
Rolled 88>>33406425Don't give up! Never surrender!
>>33406425> (Write-in)It's time for some good old fashioned book burning.
>>33406425>>33406472Burn! Burn! Burn!
>>33406425This.>>33406472 We can dry ourselves off in the flames.
>>33406425 Call it a night and try to find a dry place to sleep in.
>>33406472>>33406518>>33406555Stop being autistic and trying to ruin the thread before it even sets off.This isn't /v/ where first post is rape/turn into dickgirl.
Rolled 54, 65, 86 = 205>>33406425ALWAYS NEVER GIVE UP
>>33406582Ah, buttflustered returns.
>>33406594So, since always and never cancel each other, you're saying to give up?
>>33406604Was my first post.
>>33406425> (Write-in)Burn the Book.>>33406655For you, anon.
>>33406604You only prove that you're incapable if determining poster identities via their writing styles, you ignorant, self-important shit. You automatically assume that only one person can be sick of your infantile and sophomoric antics, when there are multiple people that want to see you gone. Do everyone a favor and go kill yourself.
>>33406710When the book is burning, I'll just imagine your impotent rage. It'll keep me warm at night.
Once more, with feeling.>>33406463>>33406594BURN!>>33406472>>33406518>>33406555>>33406702Rest.>>33406572Writing...
>>33406710Thanks buttflustered, I was worried you left for a minute there and this thread wasn't serving any purpose anymore.
>>33406745[X] Burn the book.You look for something to light the book on fire with but fail to find anything but wet matches.[X] Magic! 91=success!You get up and once again point your hand at a wall. You focus on it with all your might and feel something within you. As if a plug had been removed, something flows through your body and into the hand. You release it and… A ball of fire departs from your hand, setting the curtains on fire. A bolt of crackling blue energy strikes the television breaking it. A cloud of green smoke drifts to a wall, melting a hole in it. A mass of writhing flesh breaks a window. Black mist covers the room.
Rolled 6>>33407031> [x] A bolt of crackling blue energy strikes the television, breaking it.
>>33407031> A mass of writhing flesh breaks a window.We abomination now[magical realm intensifies]
>>33407031green smoke, yo
>>33407031 A mass of writhing flesh breaks a window.best choice
>>33407031> A mass of writhing flesh breaks a window.Fuck yeah fleshcrafter
>>33407031but...no one rolled a 91
>>3340712588I assume there was bonus for trying repeatedly.
>>33407031>[x] Black mist covers the room.
>>33407031 Black mist covers the room.
>>33407031> A mass of writhing flesh breaks a window.
Lightning>>33407070Flesh>>33407086>>33407101>>33407104>>33407247Green>>33407089Mist>>33407157>>33407233writing...>>33407125You got +1 for every try.Fist roll: 74+1Second roll: 64+2Third roll: 88+3
Rolled 67>>>33407031>> [x] A bolt of crackling blue energy strikes the television, breaking it.
>>33407300[X] A mass of writhing flesh breaks a window.You stare at the broken window, then your hands, then the window again. Something within you is pulsating, sending this energy, mana, to all parts of your body. It makes you feel better in every sense of the word.You break into laughter, letting out all your pent up frustration. After all that has gone wrong today, at least something went well.After calming down a bit you sit on a corner of the dinner table. The rain has stopped.>Actions? You need more of this! Read the book. You feel a bit drained; call somebody for a dry place to sleep. Cast bolt again. (roll) (Write-in)
Rolled 16>>33407736> Cast bolt again. (roll)Tentacles everywhere!
Rolled 56>>33407736> You need more of this! Read the book.
Rolled 1>>33407736> Cast bolt again. (roll)
>>33407736You need more of this! Read the book.
Rolled 70>>33407736> Cast bolt again. (roll)
>>33407736Read more of the book!
>>33407736> Cast bolt again. (roll)>>33407835>Dat nat 1
>>33407736> Cast bolt again. (roll)
>>33407736>[x] Cast bolt again. (roll)
>>33407736>[o] Cast bolt again. (roll)
Okay, reply to his post with either1 for book2 for magicThe post must have nothing but the number. Voting time 5minutes.
How unsurprising.Those zany shitposters.
>>33408322It's just that suddenly from 11 votes we went down to 5.Sort of feels odd.
Rolled 74op are you alive
>>33408108[X] Reading.You grab the book from your hip, its single eye giving you a smug look, and open fling it open.“Affinities.Every mage has a unique affinity, though they may take similar forms; it has been described as the colour or fingerprint of one’s mana. It determines how a spell appears and what it does.Using ‘bolt’ introduced previously as an example, some affinities may make bolt a spell of healing while others can make it a dangerous attack or curse. Other such first circle spells are ‘calling’ and ‘shield’.”There doesn’t seem to be any more spells on this page.>What do you do? Read on. (Next: Magic types and the first circle) Practice bolt. (roll) Find a place to sleep for the night. (Write-in)
>>33408997Read it all.While searching for a place to sleep in.Maybe a hotel? Pack crate contents and some clothes in a travelling bag
>>33409071Well, doesn't seem like there are any more votes. I'll write a couple more updates (until our protagonist goes to sleep) and end it there for the night.writing...
>>33409355Is a shame, shows more promise than all those pantyquests.
>>33409417Not really. The most interesting thing about this was the autism of its crowd, while it lasted.
>>33409551Why'd you ever bother reading posts other than QM.Ain't worth the hassle.
>>33409355[X] Read a bit more, pack your stuff and find shelter.You turn the page.“Magic types and the first circle.Most spells can be divided into categories by types which are ‘pure’, for spells that use only raw mana, ‘barriers’ which are defensive, ‘master’ for spells that control others, ‘curses’ which affect and hinder others, ‘healing’ which is quite self-explanatory and ‘enchantment’ which improve some aspects of target somehow.The other way to classify spells is by circles, first circle spells being the simplest that almost any mage can cast without needing external help and the final sixth being long rituals requiring ingredients, multiple casters and sacrifices.List of first circle spells:Bolt: Focus mana on your hand and release it.Calling: Draw a symbol to the ground with mana.Shield: Spread mana on air and materialize it.Endure: Pour mana into and object and form it into a web-like structure.”>cont.
>>33410074With that you put the book away and begin to consider your options tonight.You could call someone, or spend the little money you have on a hotel room. You take out your phone and check your contacts. Call your friend Dan. You’ve known him for a year now and while he’s kind of a dick, he’d probably lend his couch for the night, though you wouldn’t be surprised if he made you pay or owe him something for it. Call your old acquaintance Cecil. You used to be close but her family got into an accident and she shut you out. You haven’t seen her for almost a year now, though you know she moved out of the facility where she used to live some time ago. Call your father. He lives with your little sister in the next town. You could probably catch the last bus of the day, though you’d have to explain exactly why you suddenly need a place to sleep and you aren’t sure he’d buy that you drunk magical liquid that blew a hole in the roof. Call no one. You have enough money for a hotel room, though it would be out of your food budget for the month.
>>33410091Are we male or female?>[x] Call your old acquaintance Cecil.If things go badly:>[x] Call your father.
>>33410091Cecil, then father.
>>33410208I write under the assumption you are male though if people would prefer female i can put it up for a vote sometime.
>>33410091>[x] Call no one. You have enough money for a hotel room, though it would be out of your food budget for the month.It might be a good idea to find somewhere private in case we need to read some more. Also, so no one starts digging through your stuff and thinks you're some kind of duggie.>>33410208This is actually a very valid question.
>>33410298I vote we are a demi-gender cloudkin multiple. Constituent personalities to be decided by subsequent vote.
I vote we practice our flesh magics on Cecil and turn him into grill.
>>33410608[X] Cecil.You pick the number. Saying you feel nervous would be an understatement.As close as you were, she was in a pretty bad shape the last time you saw her and suddenly calling for a place to sleep… this is going to be awkward.You tap the call button and after a couple of beeps she picks the phone.“Hello.” You hear from the other side of the phone.“Uhh… Hi. It’s me. You see, my apartment has suffered some… water damage and I was wondering if you could let me sleep there for the night.” You sit there in silence for a while until she makes an affirmative “Uhm” noise. “I’ll text you the address.” She mumbles before hanging up.>cont.
>>33411365You’ve known Cecil for most of your life; you came from the same neighborhood and attended the same schools. As you were on your first year of high school her family and your mother got into an accident leaving her an orphan.She was always a bit introverted but since then you haven’t really seen her interact with anyone. You did try to support her but she ended up pushing you away. During the last year of high school you barely met, exchanging some occasional texts, though she refused any invitations to meet face to face.You get the text as you finish packing your stuff, having gotten spare clothes and other necessities, along with your inheritance and the book that now hangs form your hip and refuses to leave. The address is not far from your own apartment.> How will you travel? You can walk this distance easily. Ride your bicycle. By moped.
>>33411395> Ride your bicycle.
>>33411395> By moped.We're bring all this stuff, and we might need motorized transport later.
>>33411395>[x] By mopedThat is, of course, assuming you actually own a moped. If you don't, then>[x] You can walk this distance easily.
>>33411365>[X] Ride your bicycle.
Rolled 21.Bicycle>>33411449>>334116472.Moped>>33411533>>33411549Seems lto be a tie. Rolling and writing...
Is op kill?
>>33411816[X] Moped.You walk out of the apartment building to your moped. It’s an old thing you mother used to drive with some space under the seat where you can stuff one of your bags. You swear they weren’t there before but turns out the crate your grandfather sent you actually has loops on the side that allow you to keep it on your back.While it’s a bit clumsy, you somehow manage to keep balance on the still wet roads as you drive with a huge box on your back and bag on your hand.You thank your luck as you stop in front of the apartment building and find out the address you’re looking for is in the first floor. You press the intercom button next to Cecil’s name and soon you hear a small click of electronic lock. You enter the building and knock on the door to the room.Some noise comes from the room before Cecil opens the door.She is a short girl with a long straight hair, some of it covering even her face, wearing a loose t-shirt and blue panties, though you’d never admit paying attention to that particular detail.> How do you greet her? Like an old friend; ask her how she’s been. Awkwardly, try making some small talk though avoid any too personal topics. Just nod. No need for pleasantries. (Write in.)
>>33412466> Just nod. No need for pleasantries.I can summon flesh now.
>>33412466> Awkwardly, try making some small talk though avoid any too personal topics.
>>33412344Op is alive but takes a while to write any longer updates, as english isn't my first language and it's 6am already and i try my best to not completely fuck english up.
>>33412466>[x] Like an old friend; ask her how she’s been
>>33412466like an old friend.Why not? Maybe we can score a sweet sweet hug
>>33412466>[X] Like an old friend; ask her how she’s been.She WAS our friend once. Maybe she can be again. No need to spaghetti everywhere.
>>33412466[x] Write in: Ignore her. Women love being ignored
>>33412642She pushed US away. Plus she's spaghetti herself. She ain't a friend.
>>33412682The whole family dying thing kinda fucks with a person.And she agreed to let us stay the night in her apartment after years of not talking.She's friend enough.
>>33412889Yay old friend, let's see where this goes.
>>33412889[X] Greetings, old friend!You decide to do your best to avoid any awkwardness and try to act like it hasn’t been a long time since you two actually had a normal conversation.“Hey, it’s been a while!” You blurt out, sounding way too energetic.She stares at you with the almost expressionless look she’s had for years now and nods, making the “Uhm” sound you recognize as an affirmative as she takes the bags from your hands and moves deeper into the room.“So, how have you been?” You continue, following her and doing your best to not let the either the tiredness or the high from your recent experience into your voice.She sets the bags down by a sofa and gives a questioning look to the huge crate you have on your back before answering. “Fine.” She says. “Been better but… fine.”“Hmm, that’s good.” You set the box next to the bags, Cecil actually helping you put it down. As she moves towards the kitchen-part of the studio apartment you take a look around the room.>cont.
>>33413703It’s a decent sized room, actually built in the same way as yours. Her bed is in the far corner from the room, to left from the door there’s a small sofa with a blanket and a pillow on it, while to the right there’s a dining table and television with an old DVD player. Further into the room from them is the kitchen, with cabinets, an electric stove with an oven. The sink is next to the fridge, which is in the far corner of the room, right opposed to the bed. Between the sofa and the bed there’s a cabinet full of miniatures you recognize as something belonging to foreign shows about giant robots. That actually seems to be something of a theme, as both her blanket and curtains have pictures of such. She always did have a thing for those. Your trail of though is interrupted by your host as she walks up to you with two cups of coffee, offering you one. >What do you do? Take the coffee. Refuse, you really need some sleep now.
>>33413731> Take the coffee.
>>33413731>[X] Take the coffee.Best be polite, she seems to be full on neet so any amount of friendship will be good for her. Plus maybe we can use this as an excuse to actually start being friends again. A bolt hole is always nice, and>loose t-shirt and blue pantiesis just begging to get waifued.
>>33413703>>33413731You threw a quiet, cute nerd girl at us to get the waifuing out of the way quick, didn't you?Bastard. It's working pretty well.>[X] Take the coffee."Is...is that a Knightmare Frame I see?"
>>33413731>foreign shows about giant robotsLOOK FOR SOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A GIANT BLUE DIAMOND WITH 8 SIDES If you find it, hug her and never let go.Also, Take the coffee
>>33413804Oh, and if this is some alternate universe with different anime, fuck it, pick one and talk about it.WE ARE THE MASTER WEABOO AFTER ALL
>>33413798I read bolt hole as butt hole
>>33414028What a coincidence, that is also always nice
>>33414190You going to make a twitter OP?Remember to Archive too.
>>33414190[X] Coffee.You accept the cup and following Cecil’s lead you take a seat on the couch. She stares at you in the eyes with her usual blank expression. Feeling awkward you try to start a conversation about something, anything. “So… you’re still into the robot stuff?” You ask, pointing at the answer to your own question on the shelf.She turns to look at what you’re pointing, looks at it for a while, then turns back to you and nods. “They’re…” She spends a moment just staring again, as if looking for the right word. “…cool?”“Seen anything new lately?”Once again the girl spends a moment just staring before shaking her head. “Umhn.” You assume that means ‘no’. You take a sip of coffee. This is going to be a long night.>End of thread 1.
>>33414798Well that's all for tonight.I'll probably continue tomorrow at the same time. Making a twitter now.I'd appreciate it if somebody would archive this.Also, tell me what you think of this thus far.
>>33414798I sense that we will animate a robot toy for her at some point.This has potential, how much of the magic system and possible metaplot have you worked out?
>>33414875You know, QM's should really archive their own threads.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.htmlClick add thread on the left. Remember to add the appropriate tags.
>>33414798It's promising. I had quite a bit of fun reading it, and being in the last part of the thread.I look forward to tomorrow.
>>33414903This is something i've had in the works for few weeks now. I would have preferred taking a week longer but i got sick leave form work and drunk so ended up rushing it out.https://twitter.com/MagicalHeirQM is up.
>>33415354http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/33400643/ exists now