You tell your red-haired best friend about why you called her up. Specifically, about the Eversor squad you're meant to discipline. Does she know anything about them, why they're marked for censure? "Aw, you're on paperwork duty again, huh? Man, that's rough. I literally can't think of anything more boring than paperwork." Kyoko shoots you a sympathetic look here, enough that you start to actually feel even more miserable for yourself. "Dunno why you don't just have Mami do it all for you, really. Or maybe Midorin, I bet she'd be more than happy to get all of that nasty stuff handled for ya!"...You'll think about it, sure, but for now it's on your plate and you're dealing with it. Anyway, about that squad...?"Ya try and help the watch-wearing dildo take the watch off but she's the one buyin' more rolexes. I don't get it." Kyoko mumbles underneath her breath, rolling her eyes, before grinning at you again as you frown at her. "Anyway, yeah, that's Heartcatch Squad. Fresh contracts that got out of basic two weeks ago, and now they're one week into the Eversor program." It's here that the red-haired Eversor takes a swig from a water bottle. "Nothin' really strange about 'em, just that Sayaka thought they were one of her more promisin' squads out of the lot until they screwed up."
>>33512323'Thought'?"Yeah." Kyoko nods. "I mean, well, ya know how Sayaka-chan is, right? Get her mad once an' she'll think you can't do anything right in your life, forever?" She shakes her head. "Heartcatch Squad really pissed her off when they snuck in some dudes into their squad quarters. That's like, ten Officio rule violations right there, probably fifteen if you're gonna be anal about it. We also found alcohol on the guys, too, along with condoms and junk food and stuff like that." Another shake of the head, this time followed by a grimace. "Gotta tell ya, if I hadn't been there when Sayaka found them...well, you'd probably have seven more Black Envelopes to fill out, I bet."That's...well, that's a bit extreme, isn't it? Surely Sayaka isn't that much of a hardass? These are still newbies, but--"Well, maybe NOT to that extent, but it'd have been really bad." Kyoko frowns. "Sayaka-chan's the kind of person who really takes this thing seriously, yeah? She's not doin' this because it's fun for her or something, but because she wants all the Eversors that come from the Ninth to be, like, world-class. Top of their game. Not just over here, but any other Officio. Better'n the Sixth, the Eighth, the Second...probably even the First, but I think that's crazy. Don't tell her I said that, though." Kyoko furtively looks around, as if expecting a blue-haired demon to pop out of nowhere, before smiling back at you sheepishly. "Anyway, I think what really got her this time was that they did this literally AFTER she praised Heartcatch Squad among all the other training squads."...Ouch.[1/2]
>>33512341"Yeah. Ouch." Kyoko nods. "I mean, sure, we've all been young an' stupid once, but sneakin' unauthorized personnel into Headquarters after lights out for some lewd shenanigans...I thought Sayaka was gonna have a goddamn aneurysm, Murderface."What do you do?Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?Nothing more, ask Kyoko to send them to your office.
>>33512358>[x]Nothing more, ask Kyoko to send them to your office.
>>33512358[X]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.[X]What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?
>>33512358>[X]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.>[X]What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?
>>33512358[X]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.[X]Ask Kyoko to send them to your office.We have our own thing but it helps to have a second opinion.
>>33512358>What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?>Nothing more, ask Kyoko to send them to your office.We mostly have an idea of what yp do with them. But I'm curious.
[X]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.[X]Ask her thoughts about the punishment you had in mind, the one involving delivering black envelopesI get the feeling Kharn would have disapproved on the basis that they were bringing in boys, or heck, maybe approve of it instead
>>33512358Nothing more, ask Kyoko to send them to your office.
>>33512358>[x]What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?I just have to know
>>33512358>[X]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.I can get /one/ vote in before I have to check-out of the hotel, whooo!
>>33512358>[x]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.IT'S TIME
>>33512358>Nothing more, ask Kyoko to send them to your office.We are not Kharn. So what Kharn would have done is neither here nor there. While I would value Kyoko's opinion on the matter, I don't think we could stop her from giving it if we tried.As Murderface we are no stranger to alcohol and the breaking of rules.Of course, the difference is that we didn't actually get caught, and these suckers got caught pretty.So, lesson 1: Don't get caught.
>>33512358>[X]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.OPINIONS
>>33512358[x]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.[x]What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?
>Heartcatch SquadSo it's come to this...
>>33512436Simple curiosity should be enough to ask about Kharn, even though we are not going to do the same thing.And since the option is there for Kyoko, obviously she won't tell us her opinion if we don't ask.
>>33512358>[x]Nothing more, ask Kyoko to send them to your office.since we already have our punishment planned out, just get 'em over already.
>>33512358>Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.>What would have Kharn done to punish Heartcatch Squad, then?I just want to know what they would do, actually. Still want to send them with the black envelopes.
>>33512456Yuri-san is cool and elegant, but Tsubomi is kinda boy crazy... Also, Precures as Eversor hahaha!
>>33512458>since we already have our punishment planned outI'm beginning to think that the punishment we had planned was just the beginning.
>>33512436Yes we aren't Kharn, still, it would be good to know where our Black Envelope idea is on the Kyoko - Kharn scale of punishments for orientation before we decide to pull it through.
>>33512481I think at least one kneecapping may be in order.
>>33512358>[x]Ask Kyoko what punishment she thinks fits this heresy.Also>Heartcatch Squad>Sluts This makes me sad decu
>>33512532>>Heartcatch Squad>>Sluts >This makes me sad decuNoirverse does funny things.
So... everyone seems to know what Heartcatch is but me...?
>>33512563It's a reference to Heartcatch Pretty Cure, the best Precure series.
>>33512563A bunch of sluts.
>>33512563google heartcatch, it will literally tell you what you need to know.
>>33512436Murderface is a well-known drunkard and loose-cannon. She never tried to hide it. The closest thing she ever got actively hiding those qualities was by retreating to timestop for a few days, because she got tired of all the people running after her. Besides, I think Mami has some hand in convincing people to tolerate our behavior.
>>33512539I think fresh would make better sluts.
>>33512358Voting over! Thanks for participating in MGNQ!
>>33512590Lesson 2: Don't do anything to make Mami disapprove of you.But, I'm pretty sure they'll figure that one out on their own.
>>33512590In any event, we are not really a Murderface anymore, and Chiaki has awesome excuse for this kind of thing.Squad: You used to act just like we did!Chiaki: Are you sure? I don't remember that.Squad: ....fuck.
>>33512477Hey, Cures can be brutal.
>>33512532>>33512456Were there ever any Precures that werent complete sluts though?
>>33512621>>33512590If they have been Megucas for merely half a month they might not be aware of Chiakis reputation. Then again, I cannot imagine a GIRLS ONLY organization without massive amounts of gossip/
>>33512625Yeah, Precure and Eversor is a pretty perfect match, really.I can see why Sayaka would take to them, really I can.Jeez, can you imagine the kind of mess Lovely could cause if she was actually TRYING to be brutal?
If the Precures are Megucas, then Cardcaptor Sakura has to be one as well.
>>33512660Cure White and Cure Black are probably in the 1st.
>>33512667...I think that was confirmed at one point.
>>33512660Well, yes, my amusement was directed at how good a match it is! It wasn't sarcasm at all! Moonlight's fight against Dark Precure and the generals was pretty great
For punishment, I've got a few ideas.Free time/Leave indefinitely suspended. Their soul gems are to be confiscated and bodies kept in cold storage when not training or on duty. If they do not immediately submit themselves to their given escorts after an assignment, their pay will be docked per paycheck for every half-hour they are unaccounted for. If one is missing, they will all suffer the one's punishment. They will have the chance to appeal for a lighter punishment on two violations, which shall be reviewed by their rank leader. If insufficient justification and/or supporting evidence is presented (Trying to weasel out of further punishment) their appeal will be denied and punishment may be increased. Their punishment will last for 4 weeks, but may be lessened or extended on the word of their rank leader based on their behavior, though the final say will go to the Warmaster.
>>33512667>>33512678Did it? i only remember the white devil and ryuko for the moment.
>>33512710I might just be imagining it.>>33512690could have sworn it came up in one of the post thread discussions, so I'll be damned if I could pinpoint it.
>>33512706We've kind of decided the punishment already, thought.Also soul gem confiscation is a way to go mad.
>>33512706Wow, chill out Hitler. Just make them do a couple extra hours PT a day and reduce their pay for a month.
>>33512706"Bodies kept in cold storage when not on duty"Yes! Let us become more evil than Homucifer! Surely that won't not backfire at all.
>>33512590The way I see it, the higher ups don't really care what you do in your free time. A girl wants to get wasted or take a few good dickings? Go ahead. Just don't do it in any way that compromises the rest of the Officio.
>>33512667In this quest, were Sailor Moon and the Senshi Meguca?
>>33512732Now that I think about it I vaguely remember that it was stated that CardCaptor Sakura was a meguca.
>>33512770No clue, but apparently Midori's group is another popular Magical Girl anime.
>>33512706>Free time/Leave indefinitely suspended. Their soul gems are to be confiscated and bodies kept in cold storage when not training or on duty. Dude, they're rookies. Not criminals or traitors. This is a horrible precedent for punishment. All they did was try and sneak in a couple guys and beers.
>doing it right after praiseWould kneecaps be the appropriate response? Maybe let Sayaka do it?>actual punishmentleave is definitely shortened/suspendedExtra training for sure, but with an emphasis on discipline."Volunteer" as test dummies for Blade Wolf and/or modified Tiny Pete?Personal scolding from Mami herself?
>>33512770Given where the Incubator's base is located I wouldn't bet against it.
>>33512807Holy crap, I would shit my pants if we encountered sailor moon
>>33512797>>doing it right after praise>Would kneecaps be the appropriate response? Maybe let Sayaka do it?Yes, but only one of them. And only if they demonstate no understanding of Lesson 3: Hang apart or stick together
>>33512825That's a likely outcome if we encounter ANY of the first.
>>33512358So we're still going with the cruel and unusual punishment, right? Not getting cold feet?
>>33512825Calling it now. We will one day kneecap Usagi Tsukino.
I cant help but feel these girls should be put to use in a fake punishment way. What could we do with a precure squad that we can't already do? Kharn found a use for us after all
>>33512852As cruel and unusual as possible.
>>33512667Sakura is possibly one of Golden Weapon owners, actually.So is Nanoha.
>>33512844Somehow I missed that reference all this time.Despite knowing vaguely about it, I have not actually watched it. How powerful is Sailor Moon's ultimate form?
>>33512844I sure hope our quest will not get us on the First's bad side.t totally will
>>33512771>>33512710>>33512678>>33512667I fully expect at some point to encounter a tomoyo42'ed version of Sakura and Tomoyo equipped with crowbars in the Noirverse.And it will turn out that they are even too hardcore for Chiaki.
>>33512358Just got here, not reading through the votes, but we DID decide that forcing these girls to deliver the Black Envelopes to try and instill the seriousness of our profession was a fitting punishment, yes?
>>33512852If you are referring to making them deliver the black envelopes, then yeah.I was hoping to play a game of modified Russian roulette, but this is better.
>>33512872Don't worry, I didn't get Max Payne reference in Freon's interrogation until like 2 weeks later.
>>33512879What is tomoyo42'd? Because the thought of hardcore Tomoyo may have piqued my interest.
>>33512892Yes, we did. We're just asking about the situation to make sure it's appropriate.
>>33512853What if she's a priest in the church of the blessed lady, or one of the rare Meguca who managed to retire and settle down, and now Chibi Usa or Kousagi (her second daughter in the manga epilogue which blows crystal tokyo's existence out of the water) are in the officio?
>>33512892Yes.Futher behavioral corrections will occur on an "as needed" basis.There are Officio procedures that have already been followed, yes? for dealing with unauthorised incursions inside the building, and o ensure that nothing untoward was sneaked on the premises, like explosives or bugs, etc?
>>33512667I'm kinda hoping Rikka, Sanae, Shinka and Kumin are.
>>33512892>>33512896Oh. Wasn't there for that. I suppose that's more fitting than kneecaps, and we can't use Mami ALL the time.But only that? Not even a chance to play with Blade Wolf?
>>33512900I want this to be our thing. Kharn collects skulls, we do kneecap roulette. Also, kneecap throne.
>>33512872Anime: able to defeat primordial chaos and exorcise it from the Sailor of the Galaxy by not fighting her, big healing redemption power.Manga: defeats primordial chaos after walking off being dumped into the core of a star and shrugging off having her existence unwritten. Implied to also be Sailor Cosmos, empowered by the whole of many galaxies. Theoretically on a power scale equatable to the final battle of TTGL, but more compassionate and less quick to violence.
>>33512951If we did we would already have made a throne or two with the amount of kneecapping we did.
>>33512904One of Dan Kim's webcomics. Long running, covers just about every taboo thing while being occasionally painfully insightful
>>33512879Now then, the crowbar is Mala stchik, i fully expect tomoyo to pull a 2814 tough.
>>33512951That sounds really uncomfortable to sit on.We decided we wanted the ultimate comfy chair
>>33512879Maybe even a daily life'd nana-chan
>>33512970which we already have.
>>33512970Throne of butts?
>>33512904I think anon is talking about that one comic by Dan Kim, which had a very vulgar, bloody, and incestuous depictions of the characters from Cardcaptor Sakura. The most memorable scenes included Tomoyo beating people into a bloody pulp with a crowbar.http://manga.clone-army.org/viewer.php?page=1&lang=&series=t42r
>>33512951>>33512964>>33512970If you shoot the kneecap, there won't be a kneecap to use in the throne, just clumps of shattered bone.
>>33512900>>33512942>>33512951Nah, too tame.Everyone takes off their Soul Gems and keep some grief seeds nearby. Everyone pulls the trigger on their head, else we blow their head for them.After one girl loses their head, we start a new round. The 'winner' give everyone's souls gem their grief seeds.>>33512960So a three way between three MG goddesses is endgame?
>>33512970Decorated with kneecaps. Comfy and intimidating the the rooks and anyone else.
>>33512991You take the winner's kneecap.
>>33512997If this ever comes to a vote...
>>33512980Didn't she end up uncinerated?Or she got better afterwards? Well, relatively speaking.
>>33513012who knows it might get shot down.
>>33513017go read the ending.We'll be here with tissues.
>>33512996Yes to that last one
>>33513017>relatively speakingyes, well, that's not very hard.>>33512996>>33512999Would Roullete send the right message, though? Isn't that simply torture?
>>33513046Eh, I thought up of roulette because it would be in character of us and fits our self-destructive personality. Also, this would be a form of self-discipline.
>>33513067Routlette isn't very effective.Consider a kneecapping to be explosive punctuation when you want to get your point across.
>>33512373 >>33512387 >>33512442 >>33512447Hnh. Well, Sayaka basically bitching herself to an early grave aside, what would Kyoko do if she was in your shoes? What kind of punishment would she hand out to Heartcatch Squad?"Eh? What would I do?" Kyoko blinks, pointing at herself. She frowns in contemplation here, brow furrowing as she crosses her arms over her sports bra-clad chest. "Well...community service, for a start? Pickin' up garbage around the town, an' then helping with Housekeeping in the Officio. Give 'em a week, maybe two. After that, another week of cafeteria duty washin' dishes and assistin' the cooks. Then suspend leave rights for two weeks." That's how she'd punish them, then?"It's how I'd do it, yeah. I mean, yeah, what they did was really stupid, but then again..." Kyoko shrugs. "It's their first offense, an' they ARE still newbies, Murderface. Everyone's done something stupid while still gettin' used to the costume an' the contract. I've done stuff, Kharn's done a LOT of stuff...I bet Sayaka-chan's done stuff too, although she always clams up whenever I try and ask." She nods again, opening her one eye, staring right at you. "Anyway, yeah, I think they should just get stuck with some dirty grunt duty, just to make sure it really sinks in that what they did was wrong, but nothing...permanent, you know? Everyone deserves a second chance to clean up and do things right, is what I'm saying."...Yeah. Maybe.What about Kharn? What would your predecessor have done?"Kharn?" Kyoko blinks again. "Uh, well, I don't pretend to know what she's completely about, but..." The red-haired Eversor reaches up to scratch the back of her head. [1/2]
>>33513104"Um...jeez, I don't know. Maybe she'd have them run around Headquarters in their underwear? Kharn was really big into the whole humiliation and domination thing...maybe have them serve as human footrests for an entire week? I know she did that with a few girls, I dunno. 'Sides, only one of them is actually blonde, so..."Alright. That's...yeah, that's enough. You can probably imagine the rest. You don't need to know more."Yeah, that's...Kharn was really something else." Kyoko shakes her head, smiling in relief. "We're really glad you're not turning out exactly like her, ya know!"Is that right?"Of course!" Kyoko's smile turns into a cheerful grin.Well. Now you know what they would've done, at least.Is there anything else you want to ask? While you have no doubt Kyoko would talk to you until sundown, you can see she's also itching to get back to training.Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.There is something else. (Write-in)
>>33513117>[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.We're good, time for brutality.
>>33513117[X]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.I have my doubts about the punishment idea to be honest. Not sure it really fits. A second opinion would be nice.
>>33513117>[X]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.
>>33513117Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.
>>33513117>[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.We can tack on some community service to the punishment I guess.
>>33513117>Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.Enough! It it time for punishment!
>>33513117>[x] Ask about our idea of punishment.>"My thought is that they aren't taking this job very seriously, and that they don't quite know that those rules are in place for a reason. The black envelopes can show them just how careful we have to be in this line of work...and what the consequences of failure are."
>>33513117>[X]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.Shut up Lumbergh.
>>33513117>[x]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.>[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.
>>33513117>[X]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.Unless you guys wanna go with the kneecapping.>[X]There is something else. Reprimand them with the punishment suggested by Kyoko along with ours and encourage them to never do it again unless they want their kneecaps decorated on my comfy chair.
I find it kind of funny that while the girls who like guys get caught but I assume for every one their are three eating carpet that get away scot free
>>33513117[X]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.
>>33513117>[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.Our idea mixed with work housekeeping sounds good. Enforce how serious the business is and to respect the Headquarters.Threats of kneecaps wouldn't go amiss.
>>33513117>[X]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.
>>33513117>[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.
>>33513117>[x]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.That should be it.
>>33513117>[X]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.I'll be honest: I haven't really liked these punishment ideas I've been reading at all, and I'm hoping that Kyouko will shoot them down.
>>33513166Its /tg/. Other penises are not allowed here. Only the player character's. ONLY!
>>33513166Munching carpet does not break 10-15 protocols.
>>33513117[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.
>>33513166Ah, but it's not the fact that they were getting dickings that was against regs. It was the fact that they let civvies into a secure military facility.
>>33513166Well it's not the dicking that got them in trouble it's bringing civies into the offico that got them in trouble. Munching on carpet doesn't require you to go out of house for it.
>>33513096I could support that. Get sent to the Warmaster's office, lose your kneecaps as stupidity tax.
>>33513117>Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.>Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.
>>33513166If the other girls are MGs it's not really a problem since they're not sneaking in civilians.
>>33512770>>33512771As someone who just read the entire archive recently, I believe Sailor Moon is in the 1st and I am pretty sure Sakura was mentioned as a meguca somewhere. Probably during a questions thing.Yaks also used a card enhanced with illusion powers during that Ruri job we had, though I have never seen CardCaptor so I would not know how that shit works.No idea who Senshi is or if they exist.
>>33513117[X]Nothing else, if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.Remember to add "lousy cleaning duty." to our planned punishment.
>>33513166They can go out to suck dicks if they want to.
>>33513117>[x] tell her about the letter from the second
>>33513117>[x]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.Lets get an idea of if we're not an idiot on this. And I do agree with Anon >>33513170. We should combine both punishments.Does the Officio normally have the girls hand deliver the black envelopes. If not, we should make that a thing as Warmaster.
>>33513165I'd like to change my decisions if possible.>[X]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.>[x]Nothing else; if Kyoko can send Heartcatch Squad up to your office, that'd be peachy.
>>33513133It's more Braids and Dildoes than Chiaki, but Chiaki was never good at dealing with people anyway, just violent torture and killing.
>>33513193Nonsense. If it doesn't break at least a dozen protocols, you ain't doing it right.
>>33513216Actually, that's exactly what I thought! If there are no regs against it, no one cares if you want dickings. They were just dumb as fuck, and deserve their punishment.Moral Superiority FTW.
>>33513117>maybe have them serve as human footrests for an entire weekI'd be lying if I said I hadn't considered that one.
>>33513166Its not the sex that's the problem. Its the security breach, and the poorly timed drunken shenanigans.If I recall correctly, Murderface had her own apartment, not an Officio barracks. What she does in her own home is her issue. On Officio turf, Officio rules apply.
>>33513117>"We're really glad you're not turning out exactly like her""Don't say that 'til you see what I have in mind"
>>33513235That would put us, Murderface, in a delicate social situation. I'd rather fight Kharn naked and barehanded
>>33513166no discrimination:It's not the hetrosexuality that's being punished, it's the fact they let people into the building.When we did this kind of shit, the only people who usually had to suffer was us and Charles.
>>33513284We don't have to do it, but making it an Officio tradition. Its punishment if no one volunteers to do it.
>>33513293Consider the following:Red Culexus walked into a church and blew out every girl's soul gem.THAT is why this is kind of a big deal. Imagine if she could repeat that, here, in the ninth building?And that is why delivering THESE envelopes, in particular, is a good punishment.
>>33513315Its a bit rude to the loved ones of the deceased though is it not? Sending rulebreakers and assholes to tell people their children are dead? Thats going to work out great, I can see nothing going wrong with that.
>>33513117>[x]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.She *is* one of our best friends, and is probably one of the more socially adept ones.
>>33513336They're promising material, if we can break them of this idiocy.
>>33513336It's supposed to be a sobering experience.
>>33513336If they fuck it up we can always punish them harder.Make it very clear that if they don't want to be in a wheelchair for the next month they better do a good job.
>>33513327We already went over why delivering the envelopes is not a good punishment for this.The Red Culexus teleported in, bypassing any security they had short of a Silent Room's anti-magic field.Of course she can repeat it here.The rules that the Eversors broke has absolutely nothing to do with how the girls at the Church were killed.
>>33513337You'd be hard pressed to find people that are less socially adept than Chiaki.
>>33513336If they dare to treat this job lightly and fool around, they don't deserve a place in the officio.
>>33513166It's more the guys aren't Officio. If they were Officio, it wouldn't have been quite so bad. But they weren't. Just being in the Officio is a reason to wipe the guy's brains clean.
>>33513337>Kyouko>more socially adeptnever thought I'd see that.
[x]Ask about her opinion about your idea of punishment.It fits the "we have rules for a reason" theme, but it might be a bit too harsh.
>>33513379Kyouko is a bro. And she's smarter than she lets on.
>>33513368True.Not to mention that Chiaki doesn't have many friends in the first place. But still!
>>33513379Compared to people like Chiaki? She's a fuckin' diplomancer.
>>33513379I'm pretty sure it got stated earlier that she was one of the most diplomatic and friendly people in the offico,
A little bit late again, but voting period is over! Thank you for participating in MGNQ!
>>33513383Best blue soon.
>>33513356I was referring to making it a tradition. In this particular case, the people being punished are apparently pretty decent people who are just newbies who made a mistake.But making it a standard practise would be just plain stupid. Heck, even in this case its STILL a bit disrespectfull to the dead.
>>33513389>>33513395Ahh right, I just watched the movies again recently, and canon Kyouko was still on my mind.
>>33513256We could use a footstool to go with our comfy chair.
>>33513423>>33513432>implying we wouldn't be Pinkys footstool
>>33513406Erika really is best blue, but I'm also rather fond of Hime because Midori-drawfag reminds me of Hime a lot. It's uncanny.
>>33513409If they disrespect the dead, THEN we play clip-loaded russian roulette
>>33513336If they fuck it up, it just gets worse for them.
>>33513369No matter how respectfull they might be, its still a punishment and the people are going to know that.I could see it being bad for morale when it becomes common knowledge that as far as the Warmaster is concerned, letting their parents and loved ones know they died is such a chore that its used as punishment duty and done by those that screw up their jobs badly enough to deserve punishment.We already had Sayaka previously complain about the fact that we don't remember the dead (even if its not really our fault). Is it really wise to basically let everyone know that if they die in the line of duty, their parents will be informed of their deaths by the first rulebreaker the Warmaster manages to find, rather than having tha matter be treated with dignity and respect.
>>33513449I'm hoping they're not just one-offs. Kinda miss Cure SLUT, Cure GENKI, Cure SHIELDBOT, Cure CRAWLING and Cure BATMAN.
>>33513487>its still a punishment and the people are going to know that.How are they going to know that unless we tell them, or unless one of the Heartcatch girls says something about it?
>>33513487That depends. It could work both ways. This wouldn't be punishment - it's redemption. "You fucked up. This is your chance to redeem yourself. If you fuck this up....you will never fuck up again. Anywhere."
>>33513500And if they do that, they lose their kneecaps every day for a month.
>>33513487"You got caught fucking off. Okay. It's a one off. Everyone screws up once. I can understand it. Hell, i might have done somethign like it. Don't let it happen againb. But now I have a duty for you. It requires the utmost care, attention, and respect. Take care of this with the attention to duty, the respect, and the honor it deserves, and you'll have redeemed yourself in my eeyes. This isn't a punishment. Punishment is what happens when you fuck up. Don't. Fuck. Up. Again."
>>33513526I would prefer it if the _punishments_ for screwups made by people in the officio did NOT include uninvolved civilians who are grieving for their lost children. There is basically no benefit in sending the ones who fucked up to meet these people.There are others punishments that would work better, and which would not risk a PR nightmare.
>>33513544Chiaki may not have a Skull Throne, but she does have a nice Kneecap Coaster collection.
>>33513557>There is basically no benefit in sending the ones who fucked up to meet these people.The benefit is for the screwups.
>>33513556And then someone will fuck up. It will inevitably happen if this were to become standard practise.And while we could then kill the megucas responsible or shoot their kneecaps or whatever, it would not change the fact that it would be Chiakis huge fuckup in setting up the practise that would have caused grieving people to be exposed to the whole mess.
>>33513557Indeed, making mortuary duty a punishment only implies that it's something that is brushed off on those who can't do their normal jobs without screwing up. Telling loved ones that their daughters are dead is a duty reserved for those with the proper emotional and professional training, who can offer a shoulder to lean on or punch on if need be. It is NOT a job for fuck-ups, and is NOT to be used as a punishment. Please, let's drop this line of discussion and get back to more normal forms of punishment like kneecapping, or having Mami tell them she's disappointed in them.
>>33513585Tthe screwups deserve less consideration than the loved ones of deceased Megucas who died in the line of duty.Anyway, a bit tired of this. Lets see what happens.
>>33513591Remember this squad isn't a bunch of brainless fuck up. Sayaka though of them as the best in training.
>>33513591This isn't going to be standard practice at all.Because on a clinically objective note, theres no way we'll constantly have enough deaths notices to hand out to all the infractions.
>>33513487I'm sorry but I think you are currently tumblr levels of political correctness.>letting their parents and loved ones know they died is such a chore that its used as punishment duty As opposed to just sending the envelopes via mail? You think making girls who messed up deliver those as a character-building-exercise is more offending than getting envelope that your son/daughter died?For fucks sake, anon, being the one who came up with that punishment idea in the last thread, I didn't see it as much as punishment as more of brush with mortality. Something that usually makes people think whatever they want it or not and I think more than physical punishment or speech by Chiaki that would be rather out of character, showing them how they might end up and making them re-evaluate their own opinions about who they are now is the better way.Death is all part of being a meguca whether you like it or not.
>>33513618To be fair, some people above thread suggested it being made a traditional punishment or whatever.
>>33513618>>33513612>>33513591So let's send Heartcatch out and see how it goes, THEN decide whether we want to make it a regular thing.
But what if a boy answers the door for them?
>>33513613The screwups are still living and learning.We need to make them into people who are worthy of the sacrifice of the dead, and this is the first step in that.What is the greater disrespect? Correcting the wayward, or pretending that they don't exist?
>>33513628Yes well, some people voted for mindraping Girl A or telling Ribbons to go fuck herself.In case you haven't noticed there are people here who thought ''hurr durr throne of kneecaps SO FANNY'' is a good and hilarious idea.
>>33513660You could always correct the wayward in a better way by choosing a more reasonable punishment. That way, everyone wins!
>>33513624>showing them how they might end up and making them re-evaluate their own opinions about who they are now is the better way.All it shows them is that they could die at any time, even if they follow all of the rules.That the rules won't protect them, that they can still be killed senselessly, and that their time is limited; that's not even getting to the fact that only 10% of Magical Girls survive to collect their pension.It only reinforces the idea that they should get all of their fun now, rather than holding off, because they don't know when they'll die.
>>33513628Then that I will disagree with.The reason why we're handing out this mission to them is to drive home to possible consequences when regulations are flouted. One of the reasons why they're getting this is because they're a new squad for whom the need for security has yet to sink in. That and they appear to be a promising squad.A mission like this will sober them up to we cannot afford lapses like this.If it was a line squad flouting the rule, they should be dealt with in accordance with precedence and the officio's rules and regulations normally.
>>33513690>drive home to possible consequences when regulations are floutedExcept the deaths at the Church had absolutely NOTHING to do with breaking rules or regulations. There is no connection between what Heartcatch Squad did, and the deaths of the girls at the Church, except that they're in the same Officio.
>>33513689>they don't know when they'll die.on the contrary, we should make sure that they know EXACTLY when they'll die.The next time they're forced to step into the Warmaster's office by their Rank Leader.
>>33513690It fits a bit poorly though. I mean since the people who are dead did NOT flout regulations or anything like that, and still died.I would probably agree with you if the dead were dead because of a fuckup, since then the message would work. But now, the message is, "obey regulations, do your job well, practise strong discipline and as a reward for your diligence you will STILL die".Does not really work, and as others have pointed out, is more likely to just convince them that its pointless and they might aswell have fun before they die.
>>33513654>"Well, this is awkward."
>>33513689>All it shows them is that they could die at any time, even if they follow all of the rules.Only if you tumbler levels of a mongoloid and love to tell people what they are supposed to feel and think about something. Seriously, get off the I'M FEELING OFFENDED train.
I'll step out of the conversation of the Death-notice delivery service with this: I just don't want uninvolved persons caught up in our punishments. If we want to show them they fucked up, or to remind them of who they are and why they're here, I want it to be us and those of the Ninth we want involved. Not relatives is the recently deceased.
>>33513710Anybody with half a grain of intelligence can connect the arbitrary dots and still recognize that fucking up can mean death.
>>33512996Eh, Cosmos is only her future which is capable of reaching back to mess with her own past because fuck causality.
>>33513740You expect too much from the human species.
>>33513710>>33513689>there is no connectionThere is a connection that they are magical girls, you fucktard. It is to remind them that being meguca is serious business.s Yes it can fucking get you any time. Yes, if the girls who died in the church were better magical girls maybe they would have avoided or survived what happened. That doesn't make what you just said any less fucking retarded and far-fetched.
>>33513726If being a responsible Warmaster that doesn't push mortuary duty as a punishment for doing stupid shit means being "tumblr" then fuck you, I'll be as tumblr as I like.
Hey, wouldn't any other Megucas making wishes during Homura's Month of Fuckery gain the karma of a thousand universes too?
>>33513763So the connection is basically so broad and weak that that there is no connection in practical terms.
>>33513788Only if those wishes were related to Madoka in some way
>>33513771There is no fucking mortuary duty. We were going to sent them a letter with ''Your daughter is ded''Dont pull things out of your ass just because you do not agree with a particular opinion. Its like you are ignoring simple facts simply for the sake of having an actual opinion despite it being very clearly wrong.
>>33513763Well I suppose if you assume magical girls are kindergartners who need 100% direct lessons, he has a point.
>>33513771It's not about the stupid shit. It's that they broke rules and, if shit had gone sideways, they'd be responsible for their death and the deaths of many more. That they're handing out the church shit is unnecessary information. All that matters is that they see what will happen if they don't take their new lease on life as serious as the fucking grave.The point is, if they don't cut the shit, follow the rules, and become the best magical girl they can, that 'might get killed' becomes a 'Write out your own black letter.'
>>33513796Read >>33513624You are probably too dumb to read but never the less you should at least try reading comprehension.
>>33513763>>33513808>>33513815Play nicely, children.
>>33513802Probably not even then. Odds are Madoka got superboosted because the wish that basically distorted space&time was ABOUT Madoka and had Madoka as the very center.Basically, timelines and universes died because of Madoka, so her "karmic influence" or whatever quickly began to grow in signifigance as a result.Because of Homura fucking with the universe, Madoka basically became the center of the universe or somesuch craziness.
>>33513835Yes, and she wasn't 1000x more powerful.
Would you like to make a contract with me?
>>33513858omg so kawaii of course! :D
>>33513808What, and you think sending some stupid stuttering girls will in any way make it better? Sure, I might have momentarily forgotten that we don't send people out with those letters, but sending people out with them as a punishment is beyond ridiculous. I'll admit I mixed some things up, but please try to understand where I'm coming from.How about this: show them the letters? Or maybe take them to that "wall of dead girls" we have in HQ? It would show them that many people have died for far less than what they did, and wouldn't involve grieving families.
>>33513815And now they know that even if they do obey rules, they will still probably become a black letter anyway. Which kind of sucks as a lesson.
>>33513835>. She contracted for the D.Ah, so that's why she was so pissed. A bunch of scrubs were getting some without even trying and she never did after all that work and heartbreak.
>>33513858Aren't you a cutie...
>>33513858Spooky, it reminds me of that Blue Badger costume on Ace Attorney.
>>33513881Isn't that the final fate of all magical girls?
>>33513878Yeah. taking them to the wall of dead girls would fit much better, since it would actually allow us to point people who died because of screwups, and did not involve grieving families.Would be better in every possible way.
>>33513881Not really. It's a fact of life, one you obviously haven't accepted yourself.No matter what you do, or how hard you try, or how much you fight it...you are going to die. Whatever else may happen, the only thing that you have to look forward to throughout your whole life with absolute certainty is that you are going to die.
>>33513881You're missing the point again it's not about following the rules to the letter. It's showing the fact that being a magical girl is serious shit where people die everyday and that it should be taken seriously.
>>33513881What? How does that logically follow? The deaths at the church did not happen because they were following orders, they happened because Oriko is a bitch.You are assuming they have the critical thinking capacity of your average kindergartner.
>>33513917>>33513889doing it wrongsupposed to post legs
>>33513881>NUH-UH IT DOESNT WORK AS A MORAL LESSON DESPITE IT NEVER BEING INTENDED AS ONEBut I never even said that. Are you pretending to be retarded or did you just ignore what I wrote in >>33513624 ?Reading motherfucker, can you do it?
>>33513930So lets find an example where people died because of screwups instead. Lets do what the anon above suggested and go to the wall of the dead instead. Much better!And these are teenagers who wanted to have an orgy inside the officio. I think kindergarteners have much higher critical thinking abilities (kindergarteners are less drunk and young enough not to be screwed by hormones and all that).
>>33513930>The deaths at the church did not happen because they were following orders, they happened because Oriko is a bitch.Yes, so the deaths were not caused by breaking rules, and that they can die even if they obey them.
>>33513988I have not yet seen this, who is it?
>>33513995You're retarded aren't you.Again it's not about them following the rules it's a reminder of their own mortality and to take their new life more seriously.
This thread'll 404 early because of you fuckers head-butting walls.Agree to disagree, and shut the fuck up.
>>33513995Exactly. Death is everywhere in a magical girl's life. You might die on a mission. You might die in your sleep. You might die while eating ice-cream at your surprise birthday party which was happening in that creamery on the corner of 8th and Main.It's part of what being a magical girl is, and it's a lesson they could stand to learn so that they stop fucking around like this.
>>33513969And it doesn't even do that job that well, since the wall of dead magical girls is a much better example.And we're saying that your intended lesson would be overridden by the realization that since they can die at anytime, and that they don't know when they'll die except that it's much more likely to be sooner than later, that they should take the opportunity to enjoy themselves.
>>33514006Kharn is the one with the chainsaw sword, but that girl doesn't have Kharn's knife leg or hands.
>>33513995>>33513986Still not supposed to be a moral lesson. Learn to read.There is no one else saying that this is supposed to be some kind of moral lessen other than you.
>>33513986We can point to such examples as part of the affair.However, it is a much more visceral thing if they have to deliver the black letters and deal with it themselves, and these are the black letters we have handy. The intent is to remind them of their mortality, and hopefully they have sufficient intelligence to, unlike you, connect the dots back to fucking up.
The point, really, is fucking up your own line is OK.If you do something that puts the others girls lives at risk, Murderface will fall on you like the hammer of god.q
>>33514034You stupid fuck, it doesn't matter what you intended it to be, what matters is how they will take it, and being faced with mortality they are more likely to take risks since they know that they're likely to die.
>>33514038We can point to Misaka, and how she was almost lost because we did not follow procedure and secure everyone related to Kirika's retirement.
You people are fucking stupid.
Thread has a 500 post limit we're at 250 already, stop fking posting.
>>33514063I can't tell if the one guy arguing against the chosen decision is a troll or a tumblrite, but I find the whole affair hilarious.
>>33514006>>33514031Erika soon, fellow questers. Erika probably not until next week.
>>33514069>500 post limit300, actually.
>>33514075Based on the post times (less than 1 minute between posts) there are multiple people on both sides.Which is probably worse.
>>33514006>>33514031It's one of the girls we have to discipline
>>33514023Yeah this always happens, but this time it is happening sooner.We will probably hit the limit during the 3rd vote. Maybe sooner though.I guess my post isn't helping either.>>33514069I think the limit on /tg/ is 300, unless it was changed.So yeah we are already there pretty much.
>>33514058Okay lets go again.Handing out the black letters was not meant as a lesson about following the rules. It's meant as a visceral reminder that magical girls die everyday and that they should take their jobs more seriously in the future.
>>33514063>>33514069I agree with this. And its 300.You've all been saying the same thing over and over again, and you aren't getting nowhere. Shut up and agree to disagree.
>>33514055That's a false logic, because the fact is they're more likely to survive such incidents, not more likely to die. Death doesn't come easily to magical girls. Pain, on the other hand, comes with the territory.They survived their fuckup. They should be glad they survived it. Not everyone is as lucky as they were.
>>33514069>doesn't even know the bump limit of the board
>>33514027So let me get this straight. First you are arguing that making Megucas deliver deathcards personally as a punishment is bad despite it having a good reason to be used for some self-reflection.Yet forcing them to go mourn for a wall of dead girls they don't even care about is supposed to work better?How about you sit down for a minute, think about what your actual opinion on this matter is BEFORE arguing about it.Because quite frankly I get the feeling that you have no fucking clue what your own opinion is about.
>>33514094>>33514102Oh my fucking God just shut up you trolls!
>>33514081But we already have an Erika.
>>33514055Why would they take it as a moral lesson? Do you have brain issues? Are you autistic?How would a mentally sound person even come to that conclusion?
>>33514117Fuck off you stupid cunt.
>>33514094>Handing out the black letters was not meant as a lesson about following the rules. This is correct. Everything else in your post is wrong. Learn2read pls
>>33514132Please. Please stop you guys. Dear lord the thread will be over before Deuclture even posts 6 times.
>>33514144GM has spoken folks, tone it down.
When decu needs to post ooc in the middle of a thread, you know things are way past the shitter and in the sewage plant.
>>33513133 >>33513136 >>33513137 >>33513151Well, just one thing more before you'll let her go, then. Since you can see how she's dying to run her trainees into the ground."Hah!" Kyoko guffaws, before looking back at the gasping, wheezing trainees limping through their laps. "Naw, it just looks that way, but this is actually the easy part of the Eversor program."'Easy'?"Yeah! See, when you're still freshly contracted, your body's still adjusting to being a Magical Girl and stuff. Sure, you can hit harder and run faster, but since you've been used to your body's limitations for your entire life, your brain thinks that you're at your limit - even when you're really not. So you get wheezy and exhausted and sweat a whole lot because your brain is tellin' you that you gotta slow down or you'll die. " She gestures towards the tableau behind her. "Part of the Eversor program's to train that impulse outta you, to get through that mental barrier so you can fight longer and fight harder and do all kinds of crazy stuff."Huh. That's...well. That still sounds pretty brutal, though, you note as one of the trainees suddenly totter off the track, one hand clamped over the mouth - probably rushing off-camera to throw up."Well, I guess it sorta is? But it's really basic stuff, so it's not really all that hard. Just takes a bit of willpower." A sticky, splashing sound, and Kyoko turns to the side, where the trainee had staggered off to. "There, see?! That's why we make you bring your own fucking buckets! Sharing is unhygienic and super GROSS!"...Right. Well, about what you wanted to ask her about..."Yeah? What is it, Murderface?"And it's here that you share your idea of punishment with the Eversor. About how you aim to have Heartcatch Squad deliver the Black Envelopes personally, to the families of the departed. The families of the girls that the Prophet had murdered.[1/2]
this is the most retarded thing I've seen anyone in this quest get upset about yet.
>>33514202Reminds me of Yuma mindrape shitstorm actually.Ahh, good times.
>>33514194Kyoko is speechless for a moment, and her voice is quiet when she speaks. "...Whoa. That's...well, yeah, that's pretty cold-blooded, Murderface." She pauses again, looking at you directly, as if contemplating something. "I think no one's ever done that before. As punishment, anyway. Usually it's a volunteer kinda thing, or Mami does it herself." She nods here. "Yeah, I think...I think that'd work. It's a harsh kinda thing, but I think something that sobering is pretty good, too? They're gonna have to deal with it eventually. It's a part of being a Magical Girl."She thinks it's a good idea, then?"I wouldn't say it's a good idea? I mean, just seeing one of those things sends a chill up my spine, ya know?" Kyoko shakes her head, shivering. "But it's something that...well, something Malal would've come up with, Murderface, is what I'm saying."...Yeah?"Yeah. Definitely."You glance back down at the sleeping arms dealer curled up on your lap, brushing her hair away from her eyes - and it's here that you finish the call, thanking Kyoko for her input. She can get back to torturing newbies once she sends Heartcatch Squad up to your office."AW, don't say it like that!" Your best friend laughs. "Right, I'll send them over right this second! See you later, Murderface!" She turns her back on the screen, voice rising into another roar. "HEARTCATCH SQUAD! FRONT! AND! CENTE--"A tap of your laptop's keyboard and the call disconnects, leaving your office silent once more. Well, except for Misaka snoring, that is.It doesn't take long at all for voices to suddenly be audible behind your office door. Worried, hesitant voices propped up with uncertain bravado. You hear one of them murmur something about how you used to be blind drunk, and how you'd be sympathetic to them at least. Well. Being Warmaster doesn't exactly extinguish your past reputation, does it?[2/3]
Let's take it easy with a relaxing meguca drawstream~ www.twitch[x]tv/elbowlick
>>33514218A few moments more, and you hear one of them knock. "Warmaster?" Someone speaks up, a rather shaky voice but commendably still formal. "This is Eversor Hanasaki Tsubomi of Heartcatch Squad. We're...we're reporting for censure."What do you do?Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514214at least that was somewhat understandable.This doesn't even seem to have any immediate, obvious ramifications.
>>33514202You should have seen the reactions when Anzu painted our tank baby blue in GuP.
>>33514238[x]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514218>Malal would have done itAll systems are go
>>33514238>Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.If we're gonna be responsible hardasses, we need to look the part.
>>33514238>Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.Why not?
>>33514238>[x]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514238>[X]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.Pat Misaka's head like a Bond villain stroking a cat.
>>33514238>Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514238>[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.Added benefit of forcing them to wait
>>33514238>[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.Mixed messages are bad, mkay?
>>33514238>[X]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.
>>33514238>[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.If we're disciplining people, we need to look all official and shit. No sense half-assing this; time to go Full Dildo.
>>33514238>[x]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.And if Malal would have done it, it's go time.
>>33514238>[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.As hilarious as the other option would be, it would conflict with what we are about to do I feel.Also might send the wrong message.
>>33514218>"But it's something that...well, something Malal would've come up with, Murderface, is what I'm saying."Best endorsement ever.Lets do it.>>33514238>Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514238[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.Official business time, but keep the door open, if only just a little.
>>33514238[X]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.Misaka is acting as our evil cat, we shall pet her while monologuing and if anyone dares to mention then its time for kneecaps
>>33514238>Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.When needed, talk in that low angry voice so that Misaka is not bothered and their blood freezes.
>>33514202I'm gonna be honest - I doubt this'll end up being the worst.>>33514238[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514238[x]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.[x]Everyone in this room is to whisper now. If she wakes up I start shooting everyone in the lungs.
>>33514218>how you used to be blind drunk, and how you'd be sympathetic to them at least.Oh boy, this will hit them like a truck!
>>33514238[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.Embrace the dildo side!
>>33514238>[x]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.
[X] Make sure the golden deagle is sitting prominently on the desk.Nudge it back and forth a bit until you're completely satisfied.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYCjqmbsmYA
>>33514305This is one of the worst things to say within earshot.
>>33514238>[X]Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.We can't have them thinking we are as soft as a softy sofa!
>>33514320When they get back from delivering those letters, we're going to make them ALL the alcohol 'til they puke.
>>33514238>[x]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.Like Anon >>33514298 says, except knees rather than lungs. Misaka will understand. Misaka likes us dispite ourselves, or possibly because of ourselves.
>>33514238>>33514258>[X]Receive them in your office as you are. You can dress them down while Misaka sleeps on your lap.>Pat Misaka's head like a Bond villain stroking a cat.
>>33514330They will need a stiff drink after that.
>>33514258Doesn't work all that well when we can't go "No, I expect you to die" on them.
>>33514320Maybe we could offhandedly mention that our hearing is perfect. That will get them nice and worried.
>>33514238[X] Carry Misaka to your quarters first, to sleep off the rest of her dream, before letting them in. No need to show them you have a soft sofa side.
>>33514385Hahaha that's brilliant
>>33514314Man, if Misaka wasn't here, I'd say that we should fire the deagle once before they come in....i am having way too much fun with this.
>>33514413You know, that gets me thinking. Would/should the Golden Deagle be massively louder than a stock Deagle?
>>33514447Every time you shoot, you hear tortured screaming a thousand Homus.
Should archive this thread and start a new one after this vote.
>>33514238Thank you so much for participating in MGNQ! This closes our current voting period!
>>33514385"Funny thing, you know. Eversors aren't the only ones trained to pick up on EVERYTHING around themselves. Including whispered conversations from behind a plywood door."And then give them a shark grin.
>>33514482Where do you stupid people come out from? It is on page 4.
>>33514511probably /a/ or something.
>>33514500Shoot a bullet and catch it using telekinesis an inch from their eyeballs. I'm sure Dildoes would help.
>>33514486You're so polite, Hat-chan! Why are you on /tg/?
>>33514526Hat-Chan is 2kawaii4chan
>>33514413>I'd say that we should fire the deagle once before they come in.That just give an impression of batshit insanity.Instead, pull a pump-action shotgun out of the shield, pump it LOUDLY, then return it and dismiss the shield. Then call "Enter".
>>33514511Ow. I think you hurt my broken heart.
>>33514447Well I hope it isn't, since we would make anyone in the same room as us deaf.Being a Meguca probably helps a lot though.SHOULD it though? Of course. Deagles are already known for being overly powerful and flashy, make it gold then up the power even further and well... probably blow peoples ears out anytime we fire it.>>33514525Too far probably.We don't know if that would work and we don't want to do such Kharn-like things to our allies. Our enemies would be fine though.Plus I believe Braids is the one with TK, and it may or may not be limited to machines.
>>33514540This, and the prior idea of firing off the Desert Eagle, are incredibly stupid and serve no point. It serves no purpose other than to show we're a windbag who needs to fire a gun to get an impression.
>>33514540I like this idea.They would constantly wonder where the fuck the shotgun was.
>>33514525Unless MURDERFACE interveres.>"Jesus, fuck, look at that mess. It should have been a harmless prank, did you really have to let me actually shoot her?">+DID NOT HAVE TO+>"Then why...">+MORE FUN THIS WAY+
>>33514447I think QB said it was impossible to break/jam somehow?Add pic related to the muzzle. Overload each cartridge to be fired entirely with propellant, or as much as physically possible. Make sure the breech springs are strong enough so there isn't a fucking fire in our face when it fires; but that there will be one where we're aiming.
>>33514588I love MURDERFACE.
>>33514566Actually, do we have a shotgun in our office? Because I was under the impression that we currently don't have any control of what our shield gives us. Should really get around to apologizing to Braids and having some nice montages to learn to control our equipment better.
>>33514447I imagine it would go off like an artillery cannon firing.Not for any particular reason, but just because it sounds fun.
>>33514594>gun loudenerWhy does it even exist? America?
>>33514594Dunno how modifying it would work (or if it would) but I assume the ammo we use for it is generated on demand, since we never run out I believe?
>>33514624...to kill more civilians accidentally?
>>33514777My guess is that there's some asshole who absolutely hates intact eardrums, and goes out of his way to destroy them.
>>33514815That asshole is undoubtedly AMERICA, nya.
>Pinky and Wendy
>>33514594Addendum: attach light bright enough that it will literally cause eye damage if stared at too much at end of gun. Strobe for optimum effect. Maxablaster for optimal choice. Extra lasers optional.
>>33514845Dammit anyan now I'm thinking about MGNQ civ mods again
>>33514847>Extra lasers>optionalIt's like you're not even trying to be tacticool.
>>33514841>>33514815>>33514777Could be good for farmers and such to scare off intruders.
>>33514850>MGNQ civ mods>oh fuck Chiaki has nukes
>>33514847Or you could replace all that by over 100 years old pistol that does all these things by default.
>>33514526>>33514536Cosmic coincidence mostly. It's a funny series of events that made me decide to even visit /tg/ in the first place. That aside, a quest needs voters to function so even when I want to pull all your ears sometimes, it's still really nice to see people take the time to stop and participate
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>>33514845oh god, that's hilarious.>>33514850Somehow the thing that finally got me to watch Madoka was one.Haven't checked out the latest one but apparently it has grief seeds, magical girls, soul gem corruption, and witches/familiars.No Ultimate Madoka or Akuma Homu yet though. I really liked the latter's ability in the first mod, which made her civ increasingly depressed the more people she met (x4 if met Madoka) but provided a bonus to everything else as she worked harder to complete her goal.
>>33514980>Cosmic coincidence mostlyCritically failed a will and fort save.
>>33515011Her spear would make a good flag-pole.
>>33515045Hammurabi? More like Homu-rabu.
>>33514624http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WKM9GDuX0Yrelated and old
>>33514980You can pull my ear anytime!
>>33515125Quick Wendy! Use your butt for massive damage!
>>33515092Err... No, definitely not>>33515125More Midorin, please!
>>33515125Double Suplex Counter!
>>33514245 >>33514253 >>33514257 >>33514259You tell them to hold on for a moment as you stand up carefully from your chair - gathering up Misaka in your arms as you do so. This of course nets you a rather querulous 'Of course, Warmaster' and more hushed chatter behind your door - things you ignore as you carry Misaka to your own personal quarters, lying her down onto the oversized bed that Kharn may have done a lot of punishing and censuring in her time.It's after drawing up the covers around your sleeping arms dealer and giving her a final pat on the head that you take your place once more behind your desk. A freshly-lit cigarette between your lips as you pull the stack of Black Envelopes in front of you, along with Heartcatch Squad's printouts. Placing both piles side by side, to make it appear that you've been working on them the entire time (and you have).Taking a long, slow drag from your cigarette - making them wait just a bit longer, until they're teetering at the sphincter-clenching, clammy-handed edge of terror and impatience - and it's here that you finally call out to them. Telling them to come in, and to close the door behind them.They do so. Seven girls, with varying heights and hair colors - it looks like a fucking rainbow here - files into your office, each one wearing the black jogging pants and training jacket with the sewn-on emblem of the IX Officio Assassinorum. All of them looking relieved at being given a reprieve from Kyoko's brutal training session - while at the same time looking absolutely wretched at being thrown to the wolves, so to speak. Their leader apparently is the pink-haired one of the group, Hanasaki Tsubomi. Yeah. You have her profile right here. Hand-to-hand specialist, same as Kumatora. ...Actually, wait. You look down briefly at their profiles, leafing through them one by one.They're ALL hand-to-hand specialists? Huh. Figure that.[1/2]
>>33515228You return the salute after making a show of inspecting their salutes critically. You hear one of them - the shortest of the seven, with long bright blue hair - murmur something underneath her breath. The rolling of her eyes quick enough that anyone not looking would've missed it.Heh. This almost feels nostalgic.What do you do now?Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.Get right into their punishment. Tell them that they fucked up, and what they have to do to fix that situation.Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33515242>[X]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.This should be savored.
>>33515242>[x]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.If its one thing about punishments, you need to hear the entire story, not just one side.
>>33515242>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33515242>[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>[X]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33515242>Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33515242Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here
>>33515242[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.Enjoy your cigarette. Hell, maybe have another. Let them stew for a bit.
>>33515242>[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, hairflip, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.>[x]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.In that order, when they finally crack.
>>33515242[x]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.It would be very good if, at some point in the retelling, at least one of them realizes how stupid it was.
>>33515242>Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.Get them off-balance to begin.
>>33515242>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.>[x]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.Most in-character option.
>>33515242>[x]Get right into their punishment. Tell them that they fucked up, and what they have to do to fix that situation.
>>33515242>[x]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515254I retract my vote and want to change it.>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.and as soon as one of them cracks...>[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.Let's leave the "I heard you" until right before they leave.
>>33515242>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.>[x]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.Silent first. After they finally break use your comment about their impeccable hearing to make them nervous especially if they tried to windowdress at first.
>>33515242>[X]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.>[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.
>>33515242>[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.>[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.I like these two choices too much to not pick both.
>>33515242>Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then>Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33514980As for the ear pulling... honestly, I probably wouldn't take that as a punishment. But that's okay. Stay adorbs.
>>33515242>[X]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.Even with the watch we should still act like Murderface
>>33515242>You hear one of them - the shortest of the seven, with long bright blue hair - murmur something underneath her breath. The rolling of her eyes quick enough that anyone not looking would've missed it.Why is Erika such a bitch?
>>33515362It's the hair colour.
>>33515242Voter: >>33515318 speaking, changing vote to[X]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.[X]Begin by telling them about your impeccable sense of hearing, and then ask about their version of the events that got them here.>Brightblue just made it a bit harder for herself.and will be deleting my first post soonish.
>>33515242Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33515369She even has an Erikar.
>>33515125Quick, Wendy! Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A!Thinking of it. Is MUGEN still a thing?
>>33515242>Get right into their punishment. Tell them that they fucked up, and what they have to do to fix that situation.
>>33515242>[x] Get right into their punishment. Tell them that they fucked up, and what they have to do to fix that situation.Gotta save the silence-til-they-crack for the big cases. This is bad, but we're already about to mollywop them with this punishment.Maybe add a casual after-the-fact response to the "blind drunk" and the eyeroll AFTER you've dismissed them, to let them know they could have had it so much worse if they hadn't caught us on a good day.
>>33515369You better mean just that shade of blue and not blues in general because Rikka is perfect.
>>33515242[x]Stay silent. Keep smoking. See who among them will crack first.
>>33515354It's an expression! An expression! >>33515362I wish I still had a Precure folder on my phone, but I transferred it to my pc a while back...
>>33515399When I went through the archives I saw someone wanted to do something with MGNQ and MUGEN but I don't think they ever did?I was unable to find anything at least.Pretty sure there are original Madoka MUGENs as well as Grief Syndrome ones, and it would be pretty awesome to have a few of the MGNQ peoples in there like Kharn and Chiaki or some alternates of the others, like Gun-sword Bitch Sayaka or Berserk Kiraka.I have no talent though.
>>33515125Drawing a writeup-only sidecharacter
>>33515443And from that point on, Chiaki only wore that swimsuit. Under a wetsuit.
>>33515443Midorin really needs to work in her manners.
Wendy x ChiakiWendi-aki?
>>33515362>>33515369>>33515415>>33515395>>33515414You say that like being a bitch is a bad thing.
>>33515479Believe it is referring to this?And is this the only version or is there an updated one? I really like it.
>>33515467The thighs on herGoddamn DanGoddamn nya
>>33515467Wendy Status: #REKT
>>33515525It says reversed.
>>33515525Seconding, it seems a little soon for a new one but at some point in the future it'd be cool. Especially considering how many Sayaka points we have now.
>>33515467u talkin shit bout mai burgerfu?
>>33515551Both of them do, am I missing something?
>>33515242[x] Ask them if they had fun.The punishment is to remind them of the grim reality of being a MG. Making them remember their short lived fun will make it impact more.this is probably for the next vote or two, but just throwing it out here now.
>>33515045I loved Godoka's free scaling special units, especially with no capped XP from barbarians.
>>33515551To give a simple explanation, it's a status for Social Links in Persona games. A link will reverse if you ignore them too long or if you choose inappropriate dialogue options. A reversed link will not improve until you fix the relationship.
Alright! Pausing thread for now! We may have a thread tomorrow night too, I think! In any case, thank you for your participation, feedback is always great!We have one writeup for today! Questions answered after it!>>33515467Yesss, my utopia
Black has always been good on me. Not sure why everyone thinks that, but it's what I was given constantly since nobody else would wear it. It's just something that I've gotten used to, and if it fits me then it works fine. The problem is being in southern California during...No, it doesn't even need to be spring or summer. It's hot year round, which is partly why I'm second-thinking this "date". It's not even as much of a date as it is walking around downtown with somebody else; the only problem is that this peculiar "somebody else" has been quite fond of me ever since I got into this magical girl thing.But I'd best not start getting on the track on not keeping my word. I know where that leads people.No long hair to brush, no fancy shoes or clothing to wear, no makeup to spend fruitless hours upon and I've got all my belongings in my bag. Much quicker than the stereotype we're usually given, though I think I'm breaking a lot of them already. One last look at the empty, barren room to confirm that everything is put away and fine, and I'm out the door.Out into the streets where Izzy waits for me.
>>33515604Ah. Sounds like your typical horrible dating sim.
>>33515610Thanks for running Deculture!
>>33515604Ah, so it is like a couple having a big argument?That makes sense.Keep thinking I should play Persona but dam moneys.
>>33515610Thank you for the thread!
>>33515644I heard from her of the incident last night; Gina found a witch barrier in the slums and asked her for help. They got it down together but Gina was noticeably... shaken from the whole ordeal. I'm worried about her as much as she is, but I've also been with Gina enough to know she can get through this on her own. I can tell she's stronger than she thinks she is; she constantly shrugs off big accomplishments as foolish endeavors and dangerous risks she took, but never acknowledges her own power.Maybe that's one thing the cat freak is trying to-"Ah, Sami~! You're here!" I'm immediately flanked from starboard by a large woman and her chest, and there's nothing I can do to resist it."I did say i would come..." She giggles and ruffles my hair, hate it when she does that, Gina does it at least with some dignity."But it's always so tense until I see you keeping to your word! I was almost expecting you to stay home and be like 'oh, i forgot about today' or 'sorry, i'm feeling a bit sick today'." She's grabbing my shoulders tightly at this point, probably imagining me pulling something along those lines right now and trying to get away."If I did that you would probably just raid my house." Any resistance I put up to push myself away from her leads to nothing, so I just change the subject. "So, where are we going first?""So eager to start are you~?" Now she begins acting like a child; nearly hopping on her feet as she takes my hands and begins walking. "Then we're going this way!"
>>33515669"Is Gina doing alright?" I wanted to contact her myself in the morning but I remembered that she's usually one to sleep in. Usually wakes up at around one in the afternoon, strange girl."She's been better, but this isn't her worst either. She'll be fine so don't worry about her." The head patting is completely unnecessary. "It's so nice that she has a friend like you around~."Hmm? "I thought -we- were her friends.""Oh? I saw myself more like a tutor and mentor for Gina than anything else. If she sees me as a friend then that's fine, so long as I get a few gifts every now and then~." She gleefully chimes this while getting uncomfortably close to me. "Hey, the closer you get to me, the more people are going to stare." Doesn't even help that people are looking at us in the first place, and not just -her-."Oh, they can stare all they want, so long as nobody lays a hair on my Sami~."Brilliant."Ah, we're here!"(3/9)
>>33515610Thanks for the thread. I'm so glad I devoured the archives to catch up.
>>33515610I assume 5 of the 7 are Pink, Blue, Yellow, Violet and Black, but who are the other two based on?
>>33515692"Didn't have any better ideas I assume?" I question Izzy after we sit down at a table at this... lunch place. They don't even serve full-on meals, just some sandwiches, soup and tea. They don't even offer grilled cheese sandwiches or anything unhealthy. I don't think this would be too great of a place to bring someone for a date."I personally think you're starting to run a bit dry on your offensive remarks..." Ah, a bit of her more serious side showed itself. But just as quickly she's back to her happy state. "But~, I decided on this because I didn't want to show off for my first date. That can come later~."First... date?"So you plan on dragging me out more often in the future?""Whenever possible!" Izzy chimes happily as she squeezes... me a bit to... closely...God damn it this is just like the classic anime thing where-"Ah- hey!" I finally manage to wriggle free after lightly jabbing her sides, though her reaction was more, laughter? May be ticklish..."Ah, haha! Don't, save this for later!" Watching this full-grown woman lose herself over my actions...Maybe I should stop. She'll get me for this later.(4/9)
>>33515659The lewdest Wakabayashi Toshiya’s 4-koma yet?
>>33515467Are you ever going to draw serious!Wendy, Dan?
>>33515725"Here, aaaaaahn~.""It's soup, I don't think you can do it like that. Plus it's really hot, I can't stand anything liquidity and scaldingly hot like coffee and hot tea."Of course, she doesn't listen to me and continues on her attempt to feed me -her- food. She got a regular broccoli soup while I opted for a sandwich, and it's led to a situation with her holding out a spoon to me across the table while I'm already biting down on a sandwich. She should get the point right now, if she was any normal person. But of course, this is -her-."Come on Sami, don't leave me hanging~." At this point I'm finding it impressive that she can hold her arm out steady for so long without spilling a drop. Vindicare training? I don't even know anymore."I'm not taking one drop of your soup until you taste it yourself. It's a waste of food." I can hear her groan in disappointment as I continue to eat my sandwich, but I eventually hear her beginning to drink her soup. Or is it eating her soup? It's technically food, right?"Okay, I took a sip! Aaaaaaahhn~"Help me. Please.(5/9)
>>33515610Why are blue-haired girls such utter bitches?
>>33515744"You're just too cute to pass up with that! You should realize this by now how I'm gonna be with you~."A long time ago I came to the conclusion that I was, indeed cute and decided to expand upon it. Now, I'm beginning to regret ever doing that, being held in her arms on a bench."That doesn't help, especially when you specifically take me to an empty park in the middle of the city. I'm this close to leaving you, and I'm sure most people my age with a brain would have ran away when they connected the dots.""Oh, then why haven't you ran away yet, hmm~?"You can answer that yourself with your arms and chest locking my head in place like a child.I can't fault Izzy to a point, though. She did contract herself after one of her closest friends died. She couldn't protect her or something like that. I didn't care for specifics when I heard about it, but I know that she has me now as that special thing. As much as I don't really-"This is cute and all but your playtime is over. Now."(6/9)
>>33515610Will we have a chance to talk to the three stooges sometime soon?
>>33515770I could feel Izzy immediately tense up, then let me go from her grasp. We both rise from the bench quickly to face another girl with a gang of men behind her. Nothing really flashy about her, though the clothes she wore had this "bad girl" feel about her. Not good situation right now."I don't think it would be wise for you to approach any further." Izzy speaks calmly, but I can tell she's not only irritated by the interruption but also doing her best to be threatening."Oh, please. Two flirty sparkies like you ain't my time. I can go back where I was for all that shit." Her tone shows she's up to something, and with everything the guys behind her have, I can feel my senses itching to lunge out and fight. But, as I've been taught by Gina, going second has its advantages. "Just came here to make a little point to ya. And ya." She states by pointing to us both."And that'd be?" I speak before Izzy can. I'm far less intimidating than her, but the two of us together should send a stronger message."You can't win what you and your little group of friends are getting into. The UAA is always gonna come out of top, no matter how hard you sparkies fight back. Hope ya took your history class to learn that!""I don't know what conflict you're talking about." Izzy hisses at them. She's switched now; I can see it in her face. "But I will do whatever it takes to defend my friends!""Oh, so words aren't enough? Okay then." She turns around and walks away, the mob parting itself for her. "Show them what I mean. I'm done here."(7/9)
>>33515802They ran. Once the order was given they ran blindly to us, holding swords, bats, knives, batons and all sorts of weapons. The lucky ones were immediately killed with the first round of Izzy's projectiles."Go Sami!"Then it was my turn. It took less than a second to transform, and the next moment my ribbons flew out to the closest targets. Razor sharp edges parry away any threatening advances and cur through their skin. Blood flies and stains my dress but I manage to see though the crowd, and there's a lot more coming."There's more coming!" I warn Izzy as she readies more knives and builds up her power. Her... projectiles, as I can't tell if they're even knives anymore, pierce right through the clothes and flesh of everyone that comes in its path, then bends its direction once nobody was left in its path.It clicks again within me, that instinct trained into Eversors. Or maybe it's just me, but as my vision fades into combat, my legs, arms and ribbons knowing where to move, I know this battle has been won.(8/9)
>>33515734Yeah why is art of Wendy always lewd, seemingly no matter who is drawing it? I feel like she is one of the more tragic and serious characters.I would very much enjoy seeing something more fitting for her, preferably with a lot of blood.
>>33515843We're both nearly out of breath as the dust settles. In the end more came than we were expecting. But considering how they fought us, they weren't trained to be fighting magical girls. I have a few nicks and scratches as does Izzy but in the end it turned out a lot better than it could have been."Call Gina, she should be at HQ." I keep a lookout of the surrounding area. There's no telling if this was her true assault or just a fluke to hit us harder later."If this 'conflict' is coming, the officio would be talking about it." I hear Izzy working with the phone and beginning to call her. "Gina, this is Izzy. You alright? We were just attacked by some people from the UAA and-" Izzys expression freezes as she listens on the other side."What is it?" They're well gone by now so I let my guard down. Izzy nods and replies with a "Take care then" before ending the call. "I think I know now why this is happening." She turns to me with the news."Wendy Cooldown is dead."(9/9)Aaaand I'M BACK! The next few write-ups aren't gonna be fun!
>>33515848Even Wendy doesn't take Wendy seriously
>>33515610Thanks for running!http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Magical%20Girl%20Noir%20QuestThread has been archived!I can't wait to see the reactions!>>33515705One of us, one of us, one of us.>>33515889aaaaand, shit hits the fan at mach 3
>>33515707Just a few Cures that you may recognize, hahaha!>>33515759Green hair is the danger, blue hair is the bitch!>>33515798Most definitely!
>>33515734>>33515848>>33515891He already did, and it was glorious.
>>33515891I do, but most people don't seem to and I think it would be worse to sit and sulk about how she's supposed to be SUPER SRS than to try and laugh about it and work to blend the srs and the jokes together.But yeah, I love Dan's serious Wendy for the one Elly writeup, I really do.
>>33515942I didn't know people could meet their own witches, I imagine this will certainly be a problem along the way.
Gotta love finding MGNQ references in places you don't expect them.""Ugh, yes," said Emma. "How did that magical girl noir thing go, earlier?""It was fine," said Ayane. "I slept through part of it, actually."Emma swallowed a mouthful of popcorn half-chewed. That— what. "…Oh, okay," she said as casually as possible. "What'd you miss?""Not sure," said Ayane. She reached over to get more popcorn. "I was really confused when Chiaki— the main character — ended up shooting this one guy from the beginning of the vid.""Did you ever figure it out?""Oh, well, as it turns out, he was the baddie's agent all along. Bit of a shock actually, he was quite the gentleman up till then.""
>>33515995>>33516016Just googled the lines and it seems to be from a fanfiction.Dunno if it is any good.https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10373081/5/Sodales
Is there a chronological list of the writeups? I archivebinged to get caught up on MGNQ, then started on the writeup archives, but a bunch more have been done since I started the writeup archive and now I have no idea what one's I've read and which ones are new.
>>33515995Da'fuk?>>33515942And thanks again Decu! Looking forward to tomorrow!
>>33515995Hollow quest Redux had a scene on the moon in Heuco Mundo where the MC saw a person working on a computer with rabbits around, I think?
>>33516034Fanfiction of a fanfiction of a fanfiction, even.
>>33516034It's a fan fiction for To the Stars.There's quite a few works based off TTS, kinda like how MGNQ has all the write-ups.
>>33515995Probably not a reference but I thought it was hilarious in Rebellion when Homura aimed to take out someones knees.I also thought it was amazing that Rebellion fit into MGNQ perfectly.
>>33516151Why would that be amazing? I'd make sure that my works fit into each other too.
>>33516200>MGNQ is Gen writing the 2nd season of Madoka
Wendy thigh-rubbing date-sim confirmed.
>>33516362Nah that's Shock Cocoon I believe. Looks interesting from what I have seen, which is little.Still would be bitchin' to see a MGNQ VN, but the amount of work required would be quite a bit, as I am sure Decu knows due to working on one.
>>33516433I remember checking out the site of that and finding basically jack shit for info myself, so it might be my wildest dreams made manifest or shit, who knows.
>>33515978Generally speaking, they can't.
>>33515978>>33516672It's already happened before.
>>33516715That's why I prefaced it with "generally speaking".For such a thing to happen, it is an event of monumental weirdness.
>>33516355Wow, Madoka fits all of those except Suits and maybe Dystopian.I need to check out his other work.
>>33516748Of course, when a universe is THIS far in the hole, events of monumental weirdness happen,
>>33516782Nevermind, Madoka's mother wears a suit.
>>33516870Though I derped and missed Martial Arts somehow.
Bleep boop Decu is asleep now, so any remaining questions go to me.
>>33517250on a scale of 1-10 incubators, how retarded was that in-thread argument?
>>33517250If I pull that mask off, would she cum?
>>33517300Slightly more retarded than average, but only slightly. Let's say 5 is the average, I'd call it a 5.5 Coobies.>>33517346You'd have to try to find out!
>>33517300But QB is very cunning and possesses such advanced technology that it's basically magic.
>>33517382>You'd have to try to find out!No thanks I prefer my kidneys to be without puncture wounds.