previous: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/35071939/You are Layla Miller, committee of patricide and assassin in training. Currently you're watching the CQC teacher dodge fake mortars while screaming insults, well at least you assume he's screaming insults, You can't really hear him over the fake mortars. Mr.Fraust meanwhile is laughing, his one arm thrown back into the air. "LAYLA" You hear a familar voice shout."Oh hey Maria" you say turning around. Your roommate looks like she just woke up judging from the state of her hair and clothing "I didn't expect you to take this class""What?" She says sounding slightly confused "No, I was just looking for you""Why?" you ask "Do you need someone dead or something?""No, it's just that" she says "well, you were stabbed three days ago and". You stand up, interrupting her."I remember, I just don't see what is has to do with anything" You say. Maria hits her forehead with a heavy sigh"Look, your wound isn't healed completely yet" She says "You shouldn't be moving around to much""But I was released from the infirmary" You say "So I should be alright""that's because you defied all laws of medical science and survived having who knows what drugs put into you" She says "You shouldn't be walking around three days after being stabbed, yet alone working with explosive". "Well as long as I'm careful, i'll be alright" You say turning back to Mr.fraust and the mortar show. Suddenly however, Maria grabs you by your shoulders and begins dragging you back."Hey" You shout "What are you doing, let go!""Making sure you don't get yourself hurt" She says "No stop struggling, you'll just open the wound up"."HELP" You shout "MY ROOMMATE IS KIDNAPPING ME"."Oh just be quite, this is for your own good Layla" She says ignoring your flailing around. She was surprisingly strong, and you were unable to free yourself from her grip.
You're eventually dragged to room 1856, having given up any attempts at escaping"Ok, now just stay here" Maria says running off, locking the door behind her.What do you do scream in impotent rage lay down use Maria's laptop try to leave
>>35135032Ok, what happened to my trip again
>>35135032>[x] try to leaveWelcome back!
>>35135032>[x] scream in impotent rage>[x] use Maria's laptopDo one of>write up detailed assasination-ideas>search net for assassination-tips>delete all her desktop icons>find her SECRET PORN STASH
>>35135032>[x] use Maria's laptopLooks like its time to check her internet history.
>>35135167[x] use Maria's laptopTime to be a douche! Though she kidnapped us so it's okay.
You scream in impotent rage, before deciding to make the best of your captivity, by using maria's laptop to find out her secret shames and such. Opening up, you see that she forgot to logout. you also see her background is some anime girls around a table having tea.You open up the browser, and check her search history, it looks like she cleared most of it out not too long ago, damn, but you do see several pages of youtube videos and searches for various thingsthe latest of which is: Don't use my laptop, Layla"Oooops" You say giggling.you look through her folders, finding one called anime, another titled reaction pics, a third called emulators, and another saying, don't open this Layla.You decide to open it and........uuuuuh.....UUUhhh....welll urm, you decide to close it quickly, blushing furiously. You also notice several shortcuts one of which is steamand a short cut called STAY OUT LAYLAyou decide to not open that oneWhat do you do open steam Watch some videos  close the laptop and try to forget what you saw
>>35135395>Open the STAY OUT LAYLA-folder anyway.
>>35135395>[x] open steamI feel bad for Maria.
You open the Stay out Layla folder anywaysand find several other folders with strange names.You open one up and guess they may be games of some sort based on the contents within. you're not really suredo you try and play one?
>>35135526We have to know what kind of deviant we are bunking with.And if we need to be taking precautions before going to sleep. Will we need lube?
>>35135564Yeah, sure. Play!>>35135568Maria is a cuddly kinda gal! I believe!
>>35135564Well she's basically begging us to, so we have to.
You decide to start one of the games, after a few moments of figuring it out, you start it.the screen goes black and then music starts playing, really, really cheery music. And the title screen appearsthere a couple of girls and boys standing in the snow. The options are start new story, continue, scenes, extras, and creditsthe title itself is Warmth in the eternal winterwhat kind of game is this?What do you do start new game continue look at the scenes exit
>>35135742>[x] look at the scenes
>>35135742>[x] look at the scenesShort-cut, for proper assassins who don't have all day.
>>35135742After looking at scenes delete her save data
>>35135834Too cruel even for an assassin anon
>>35135834That is certainly Heretical
You click the scenes button, the music changes to a slower soothing tune, while the background turns into a comfy looking bedroom with a roaring fire in the fireplace, and a window showing snow falling.You see such scenes asfemmc openingMalmc openingFemmc X Elizabeth DonnelMalMC X Elizabeth DonnelAnd several others with FemMc or MalMC followed by an X and a nameAs well as some titled places or eventsand various endingsWhat do you do open one of the ones with femmc open one of the ones with Malmc look at the opening exit
>>35135992>[x] look at the openingWe need context.
>>35135992>open one of the ones with femmc
>>35135992>[x] open one of the ones with femmc
>>35135992>[x] look at the opening>[x] open one of the ones with femmc
Look at something else, this is a time sink we can come back to.
You click the opening and watch a short scene with a girl that looks a lot like Maria getting off a train into a place covered in snow, a little mountain town by the looks of it. There's some soft music playing in the background and some text that explains the backstory of the girl, who's strangely enough called Maria Smith. How she left her parents to move in with her grandparents in this town, and how she wishes to make some new friendsthe scene soon ends, where you expect the first choice would take placeyou the decide to open one of the ones with FemMc andYou let out a yelp at the sight before you, and you scramble to exit the scene before you, blushing furiously and nearly knocking over some bottles of waterAfter a few moments of catching your breath you realize you managed to escape the scene menu and are back on the main menuwhat do you do? start game continue exit
>>35136211>[x] exitwe need to go create and then fill a DON'T OPEN THIS MARIA file
>>35136211>[x] continueWe sure are pure as the driven snow.
>>35136211Lol. Maria stole the femc's identity? Also make sure to blush furiously the next time we see Maria. [x]start game
>>35136211>[x] continuewe'll certainly see Maria in a new light from now on
>>35136286Ah, so she named the character after herself. For an eroge. I wonder if that says something about her.
>>35136286Aww. Obviously now we need to make a character that looks like Mr. Fraust or one of te other teachers to fuck with her.
>>35136243Seconding. No idea what we'd put in it.
Well, you should see what kind of deviance Maria is*Click*You hear the door begin to open and frantically hit the close button in a strange sense of panic. You manage to close the game and folder before you feel a hand on your shoulder"Laaayla" Maria says "You didn't look at anything off limits did you?""N...no" You say feeling her stare burn a hole into the back of your head"Good" She says "I got you some nice warm soup and a couple of movies to watch until you're fully healed"."T..thanks" You say standing up, avoiding Maria's gaze as you sit down on your bed."Now eat up, don't want you starving now do we?" she says smiling as she pushes a bowl of tomato soup in your hands.What do you do eat it ask her to start a movie pretend to not be hungry
>>35136418a bunch of pictures and videos of the effects of different types of poisons and explosions?
>>35136481> ask her to start a movie
>>35136481>[x] eat it>[x] ask her to start a movieNo acknowledging the lewd stuff.
>>35136534This, except everything is subtly awkward.
>>35136481Tomato? That's all you could get?Fiiine> eat it> ask her to start a movie
You begin eating the soup, and quickly realize who ever made it put way to much garlic, and you aren't supposed to put garlic in tomato soup, it burns your throat and makes your eyes water from the strong and almost violent flavor. Coughing you ask Maria "Can you start a a movie or something" You say "It's better than just sitting around doing nothing". She nods and puts a colorful disc in the dvd player, before sitting down on her bed. Judging from the opening advertisements, it's an anime. You look at the box and see a girl with pink hair and a boy with a stupid looking beanie."I think you'll like this one a lot, Layla" Maria says happily."Whys that?" you ask between spoonfulls of horrible soup."You'll see" She says mockingly.DO you wish to see what another character is doing for 1 post?
>>35136750Not really.If any, then only Alex.
>>35136750Sure. Idc which.
>>35136750I'm fine as long as we still get to see what's with the movie after.
>>35135992Oh god.She made a smut game.
>>35137019Probably just bought it anon.
>>35137097More likely downloaded illegally and got an english patch. Everyone knows there are no good english-made eroges
>>35137123But we don't know how good her tastes are, anon.
Since it came up in /qtg/ apparently. If you want to cut down on the murder and all that okay, but please not too much. Not playing "actually nice person MC#1293" is the draw of this quest for me. And obviously a lot of others didn't mind the psycho killer behaving like one either. I would hate to see this degenerate into generic whacky high-school quest because of some unreasonable "edge" idea.
>>35137136good point, her tastes could be absolute shit. We must investigate further so that we can decide whether to kill her or not.
Meanwhile somewhere else entirelyAlex, is what everyone here calls you, in truth you have no name, you need none, names are things to be tracked by, to be killed by, not to mention you're forced to share you quarters with an annoying creature that won't stop trying to talk to you as you rest to regain your strength. What's with all the talking, you've wondered since you've gotten here, why is everyone always talking to eachother. It makes no sense to you and you don't care to find out why people are wasting precious time with talking to people who're going to die someday. Madness it's simple madnesslike everything else in this world, it makes little sense.You shake your head and continue on with your painting.At least you can still paint, you think to yourself smiling slightly as you create a beautiful scene of flowers, rusted machinery, and dried blood. You may have to see about getting a job later today, but that is something for later.Meanwhile in room 1856"So, why would a god willingly give up his power" You ask "and to the winner of a murder tournament at that, it makes no sense"."it's just the plothook" Maria says "without it there'd be no story""Also cellphones telling the future" You say "that kill the user when they're broken, those don't seem that helpful""Just shut up and watch the anime Layla" She says"Fine" You say laying back down.Several hours later"I like this little kid" You say smiling as you watch the colorful images on the screen."Is it because of the poison?" Maria asks"Yes" You say."Well you're going to enjoy the next few scenes then" She says laughingSoon"Layla come out of the bathroom" Maria says "he was just a character in anime"."He should've won dammit" You pout"That isn't how animes work Layla" Maria says "the hero needs to survive to the end most of the times"."He should've been the hero then" You shout"Why are you so upset about this?"Maria asks"it's an anime about people killing eachother"
>>35137192"Which I am pretty sure you did a lot off" Maria says""That was different" You say"Killing real people is different from fake people dying" She says sounding very angry"....yes?" You say."You're not making much sense here Layla" She says "You're upset that a fake character died, but you're perfectly fine with killing actual people"."Well actually killing people is fun" You say "watching someone die is not"."You poison people" Maria shouts "And laugh about it""So did he" You say crossing your arms"He wasn't real" Maria says, judging from the sound of it, she just laid down on her bed.A few hours later.You wake up in the bathroom, you must've fallen asleepWhat do you do sneak out before Maria wakes up wake maria up leave a note and leave
>>35137269>[x] sneak out before Maria wakes up
>>35137269>[x] sneak out before Maria wakes up>>35137154I will never understood QMs that change their quest because of what people who don't even follow the quest say. It just baffles me how common this is.
>>35137154 it won't
>>35137269> wake maria upNo spats allowed, lovers' or otherwise!
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>35137269>[x] sneak out before Maria wakes upGive her a sleeping pill as revenge, let her miss class for a day
You slowly tiptoe past your roomate, and you notice that it's you've woken up in the dead of the night, the perfect time to go sneaking aboutGrabbing your backpack, you go out the unlocked door, locking it behind you.The halls are empty, except for some light streaming in under doors. You make your way along, humming to yourself. Wondering what you're going to do tonight.You could always sneak back into building Cor find out where the nun is being kept to experiment your newest injections onor you could just wander around, you can't seem to decideWhat do you do building C find the nun and agent horsefur wander around See if you can take a job, and get back before Maria notices
>>35137436> building C
>>35137436>[x] See if you can take a job, and get back before Maria notices
>>35137436[X] find the nun and agent horsefurTime to mix some coctails
>>35137436> find the nun and agent horsefur
>>35137436>[x] See if you can take a job, and get back before Maria noticesThat anime got you anoyed
>>35137436[x] See if you can take a job, and get back before Maria notices
>>35137436Changing >>35137466to>[x] find the nun and agent horsefurI realized it might be a good idea to check our tools before we take a job.She hasn't worked with these reagents yet, no idea how fast they work.
placing a hand on your wound, you decide to pay your "friend" the nun a visit. You wonder how long she can last with a cocktail of poisons in her system. Probably not long, but then again maybe you should leave her alive, to make her fully realize her mistake in trying to kill you, sure you went looking for her, but that doesn't change the fact she stabbed you, which is a crime that can't be left unpunished, or should you say a sin.After some searching you find the agent with the cracked lense near the cafferteria, reading a paper"Now what are you doing out so late" he says "don't you know there are killers about?"'"Where's the nun" You say "I have something I need to give her""want to visit your friend eh" he says laughing "well follow me, and don't make a noise""Also how do I take a job" You say "I need a little spending money after all""Building E" He says "and you may want to let yourself heal first""Bah, I can handle whatever is thrown at me" You say.you're lead to the same room you were taken three days ago, in the middle of which is the nun, in white T shirt and jeans, her old clothing no where to be seen. She looks up at you and glares"love the new style" you say "it's a good look for you"What do you do experiment (what do you mix (things on hand, Potassium, liquid magnesium, sleeping pills, morphine, paralytic injections, the muscle relaxant I can't remember the name of) "Play with her" (torture for information) mock her
>>35137714> experiment (Find out how long the muscle relaxant needs to work and how much of her body it relaxes. And then see how it interacts with the sleeping pills.
>>35137714>>35137765Seconding. Sounds like the most common combination we would do, for getting them to sleep or waking them up.>+[x] mock her
>>35137714> experiment (See how effective the muscle relaxant is, and then slowly paralize)
Filling a syringe with muscle relaxant you slowly walk towards her, grinning wide as you watch her lose her calm demeanor once again."Oh did you lose the person I fought three days ago, horsefur?" you ask mockingly "because I don't remember her being this much of a coward".The agent says nothing.You grab one of her arms, causing her to try and pull back, before being stopped by the rope that bound her still. you make sure there are no air bubbles in it, don't want this to end to quickly, and inject her. before sitting down and watching herit isn't long before her arm falls limp, you wonder how much it would take to make all of her limp.Taking a new syringe and filling with the paralytic, you inject her other arm and watch as it stops moving with her struggles, causing her to whine behind the piece of cloth gagging her."No isn't this fun" You say "I mean for me at least, I know it must be terrifying for you, but that just makes it all the more exciting for me".you open up the bottle of pills, counting out two pills and removing her gag"AAAh" You shout as she bites into your hand, not hard enough to draw blood. You smack her on the nose with your free hand and force the pills into her mouth, making her swallow before watching her slowly fall asleep after making some pitiful noiseswell that was funwhat do you do now accept a job ask why she was gagged kick her awake leave
>>35138032>[x] kick her awake>[x] ask why she was gagged
>>35138032>[x] kick her awake>[x] ask why she was gaggedMight as well see how effective the sleeping pills are
>>35138032>[x] kick her awake> accept a job
>>35138032> ask why she was gagged> kick her awake
You give a swift kick to the head, waking her up. She looks at you sleepily, nowhere near fully awake. She's drooling slightly, and you notice a bit of blood in the otherwise clear stream forming at the edge of her mouth"So why was she gagged anyways?" you ask."Her chanting got annoying real quick" The agent says "and she tends to bite, she's got spirit, have to give her at least that". you nod."Well I have to get going now" You say "See you later nun, we'll play again later"You leave the room and find yourself in the garden once again, alone. You feel a chill run down your spine as you look around, the only light from the moon and stars, someone could be watching you, right now. You shake these thoughts from your headWhat do you do get a job go back to room 1856 see if the request office is open
>>35138311>[X] go back to room 1856Well, that was fun. Back to bed, gotta get those eight hours of sleep or class will be a nightmare. And nightmares don't teach you new ways to murder people.
>>35138311>[x] go back to room 1856See if you can get up early to inject some muscle relaxant into Maria's face. So she can't tell you not to goto class today.
>>35138423Rude, leave Maria alone, she's just looking out for us.
You decide to go back to your room, can't learn without some sleep.Opening the door, you quickly realize nothing has changed since you left a little while ago. Taking off your hoodie, and laying down on your bed, you try your best to fall asleep. But your thoughts keep you awake. so you end up just laying there until morning light, at which point you take a quick shower and change clothes before heading out before Maria can force you to stay in for the entire day.What do you do go to a class get a job explore
>>35138700We might want to take a class in disguise for when we get a job.
Anyone else here?
>>35138700What are the available classes?
>>35138700>[x] exploreFind the list of all classes
>>35138971CQC, explosives, poison, firearms, stealth 101, art, gym, and someothers
>>35138700> go to a classPoisons
Mind if I roll to decide what class you go to ?
>>35139038Ok then >[x] poisonLets see whats there
>>35139038>>35139105Poisons sounds fineMight as well just go down the list till we see all the teachers.
>>35139038[X] Go to class.Stealth 101. Gotta work on our B&E skills.
>>35139038>>35138787I guess consider this a vote for stealth.
>>35139038I wonder why there's an art class in a school for assassins.
>>35139231Death can be an art
You need to learn a bit more about poison, you think as you begin walking towards the map. you quickly find the class for just that. It's a bit father out than most and has a green house attachment from the looks of the map. You begin walking there, and notice the path turns into one made of worn down wooden boards. There is a faint scent of salt in the air, but you ignore it as you walk towards the small building on a hill. You feel a sense of unease as you get close, and swallowing your fears, you throw open the somewhat broken door."Hmm" A feminine voice says "Didn't expect any visitors this early"."this is the poison class right?" you ask, looking around for a body to give to the voice"Yes, but isn't it a bit to early for teaching" The voice yawns "I just woke up""Well I'm not leaving" You say."Oh, you're a cruel one" The bodiless voice moans from, above you?. You look up and see a woman with grey hair hanging on one of the rafters, she looks young except for her hair."What are you doing up there?" you ask with a laugh."I sleep up here" She says "it's actually quite comfy"."So are you going to teach me anything or?" you ask. She rolls out of sight"there are some books over there" She yawns "should be something useful for you in there, just be quite about it". This place looks abandoned, all the furniture is covered in dust and webs, or broken. the only part of it that looks clean and new is a single book shelf filled to bursting with booksYou somehow manage to pry one loose and begin reading. it seems to be about cultivating your own poisonous plants, you spend an hour or two reading it, before you decide that you've learned enough about the various types of deadly flowers today. As you head out you can hear a soft snore."what a useless teacher" You mutter as you leave the run down building."Whoa" You say, looking to your left for the first time during your trip up here.is that....the ocean? You can't see a shore on the otherside
You never really thought about it, but. where exactly is this school,, maybe you should ask someone laterWhat do you do go for a swim get a job before Maria finds you again go somewhere
>>35139492It's too early for a beach episode, but we'll have to come back to this.>get a job before Maria finds you again
>>35139492> get a job before Maria finds you againSo we can get equipment to set up our own little garden in our room so we can grow poisonous plants.
>>35139492>[x] get a job before Maria finds you again
>>35139492>[X] go for a swimWhat could possibly go wrong?
Late to the thread again, oh well.>>35139492>[X] get a job before Maria finds you againSince we're still recovering, let's stick to our roots and try to be subtle and poison-y this time.
You decide to get a job. before maria drags you back to your room again. After a bit of sitting you find a surprisingly small building much farther inland. It looks more extravagant than the other buildings, and has a large gold coin on the front of it. Walking up the marble steps, you see the doormat also has a coin on it, and so do the doors. You open them with some effort, and see a couple of older students milling around, looking at little pieces of paper, as well as some first years looking a bit out of place. You look around an notice a board with various pieces of paper, you notice several in fact, with various letters above them, you assume these denote difficulty of the job or something. You look at some of them and notice things like "Bring me the head of the man who killed my brother" "Kill these following diplomats" "kill my brother" and various other things. A second year notices you."First job?" he says "I'd recommend you start small, safe ya know". You nod, after some searching you find the following jobs "Kill this man" with a picture of a man in a suit, smiling with a little girl on his back, reward $2000 "Kill this women and make it look like an accident" A picture of a woman in hiking gear Reward $1,500 Kill this man: a picture of a fat man in a suit Reward $3,450which do you take
>>35139958> Kill this man: a picture of a fat man in a suit Reward $3,450Fat man, going to be even fatter with poison
>>35139958Fat boy, he probably likes to eat so poisoning his drink or better yet the inside of his glass and / or silverware if we can get access.injection would be harder with the state his veins will be in from obesity.
>>35139958>[x] "Kill this man" with a picture of a man in a suit, smiling with a little girl on his back, reward $2000Destroying a family should appeal to our inner psychopath.
>>35139958>"Kill this women and make it look like an accident" A picture of a woman in hiking gear Reward $1,500"Accidents" sound pretty up our alley.Does money actually serve any purpose to us, since we can just ask for whatever?
>>35140063Somethings do require cash, like stuff you can't get at the request office
>>35140024or a 2 part reactive poison, half of the compound in food, half in drink or on silverware.
>>35139958> Kill this man: a picture of a fat man in a suit Reward $3,450Honestly sounds like the easiest and most rewarding of the 3
>>35140024This, a man who eats a lot is easy pickings for poisoning, probably the safest option up there.
>>35139958>[X] Kill this man: a picture of a fat man in a suit Reward $3,450Tonnes e monie.
>>35140368LOADS E MONEH
You choose the fat man in a suit, with his thin mustache and double chin. You wonder what you do now, before noticing the desk. with a bored looking man behind it. You smile and go hand the bounty over to him"Hmmm" he says "Oh, accepting this job then, well follow me then". He gets up, and you notice his dress is similar to the agents you sometimes see, but it looks different, more like an army uniform really. He grabs a cane and motions you to follow him into a small room."Okay" He says as you walk in "You're taking the reward for Don Hida, a low class Yakuza with an ego the size of his ass, We'll supply you with some things to help you with your job". He then pulls back a curtain revealing a wall of...stuff, guns, armor, clothing, and strange little out of place knick nacks"You can take three" He says sitting downWhat do you tae smoke bombs X 10 Ballistic armor ( makes you slower, but helps against bullets) Pistol and ammo rifle (tranq or sniper) flashbangs X 5 a piece of paper that says, ally (get to have someone go with you, but splits the payment 50 % 50%) some weird looking boots (makes jumping easier) shock gloves
>>35140024>That picNo way, I refuuse to believe that somebody could get that fat and not be dead.
>>35140486> some weird looking boots (makes jumping easier)> shock gloves> smoke bombs X 10We Knife of Dunwall now.
>>35140513Thats > 1000 pounds
>>35140486Tranq rifleShock gloves3?? Smoke bombs, maybe.
>>35140486>[x] smoke bombs X 10>[x] some weird looking boots (makes jumping easier)>[x] shock glovesFor emergiencies
>>35140486I support this >>35140535
>>35140486>shock gloves>smoke bombs X 10And I guess the boots. I'd rather get the stealth kill, but most of these items seem counter to that.Rifle might be good for it, but I feel like we'd miss.
Do we get to keep this stuff?
>>35140711yeah, I don't think we're very good with fire arms. I'm thinking we seduce him, take him somewhere private, shock and stun him, then slit his throat.
>>35140486we should get a tranq pistol and shoot him with something that causes cardiac arrest in a private location, bathroom or some where... pluck er out and make like a tree.
>>35140752We're already planning to poison his food. I want the rifle and glubs as backup.
>>35140828We need to have a secondary plan in case he isn't eating, or is very suspicious of his food. plus, we don't really have any ingestible poisons that will work quickly.
>>35140816This one here looks good.
Temp Items added to your inventory: Shock gloves, Jumping boots, smoke bombs X 10current number of lucky coins 1 (undo actions or insta crit [ if used on a crit well I'll let you find out)Current appearance: foreign exchange with a cat eared hoodie, slight increased chance to go unnoticed in this mission.Bonus Adjectives: Make it looks like some rival yakuza did it, escape without alerting the police or anyone else of your deedBonus rewards: to be revealed"Oh, going for a stealthy kill are ya?" He laughs handing you the items "Well more power to you then I suppose". "So now what?" You ask like the excitable school girl you are, jumping up and down."uuuh, well" He says "HEY WHAT'S THAT OVER THERE"."What?" You ask "I don't see any"*Clonk*You awaken in a room lit by a red light, with a slight pain in the back of your head. You can hear a noise, you can't quite tell what it is."Finally awake are you?" A new voice asks"Did that asshole knock me out with a baseball bat or something?" you ask rubbing your head"Maybe, I don't know, I just picked you up" The voice says "We'll arrive there shortly, hope you know Japanese""I don't" You say "but I think i can manage, never been to another country before, this is going to be exciting""This isn't a vacation" the voice says "You're here to kill and get out, understand?""Oh I know that" You say smiling "I can't wait to get started""Oh so you're one of the crazy ones then?" the voice asks "Well, just don't kill any civilians, the boss hates it when you do that, calls it barbaric or something"."Where's the fun in that?" You laugh.SoonYou're on the edge of a town, noise and lights and everything else filling the night.You walk forward, noticing some girls your age around a store window, as well as a depressed looking man in a suit looking over a bridge. Your heart is beating, and your mind racing. You lick your lips as you walk forward
>>35140486 rifle (tranq or sniper) some weird looking boots (makes jumping easier) Pistol and ammo
>>35141041what do you do go to the depressed looking man wonder what's in the store find some yakuza, can't be that hard to findI should make a pastebin soon, for inventory and such
>>35141084> wonder what's in the storeI'm curious
>>35141084>[x] go to the depressed looking manTheres an easy source of cash and transport
>>35141084>[x] go to the depressed looking manSomething tells me this will take us where we wanna go.
>>35141084 go to the depressed looking man
>>35141211You walk across the street, towards the lonely bridge with the sad man on it. As you get closer, you notice he's unshaven, and his black hair is worn long. you pull yourself up on the wall on the bridge, whatever that's called. "Hey" You call out sitting down next to him and looking at his eyes. He turns and looks at you, saying something in japanese."uuuh" You say wishing you bought a book or something "sorry I don't really know japanese"."Then why are you here?" He says "seems rather silly to not know the language of the land""Well" You say, slightly shocked he can speak English "You see....I just got here from a foreign exchange program, and I was wondering where..."."You're lying" He says."How did you know?" You ask "I didn't" He says "Until you told me"."Oh you crafty devil" You say smiling "so what are you doing up here anyways, if you're going to jump I can help"."No, I'm not here to kill myself" He says "well at least not now, I'm waiting for some news"."What kind of news?" You ask "because if it's about the economy I recommend jumping right now""No" he says "I am waiting for the death of the man who killed my family, once I hear word of his fat corpse being laid to rest, I may finally join them in death",What do you say (can combine answers)  Well, shouldn't you live for them is the man called Don Hida? I lost some family once write in
>>35141645>[x] I lost some family onceUse this to get into a position so when we ask>[x] is the man called Don Hida?We have an advantage to stop him if he is against us.Paranoia, this is too perfect unless the assassin guild set it up.
>>35141645>[X] is the man called Don Hida?This is our client? Jeez, we're so unprofessional.
>>35141645>[X] is the man called Don Hida?>[X] What good is revenge if you don't live to enjoy it?
>>35141739Guild of the lucky coin, luck is a strange thing isn't it? sometimes good, sometimes bad.
"I lost some family once" You say "So I can understand"."Did you watch your mother get butchered in front of you like a hog" He says glaring at you."No" You say with a slight laugh "man whoever you want dead must be a real piece of shit"."He is" He says glaring out past the bridge "but my only surviving family is under his command and"."Oh I understand, don't want to kill your brother or whatever" You say "I can understand that". He nods."By the way, is the man Named Don Hida" You say swinging your feet."How did you know that?" He asks grabbing your shoulders."I didn't" You say smiling wide "Until you told me". He smirks."Yes" He says "are you perhaps, no couldn't be"."What" You say."nothing" He says beginning to walk away "forget about it, you'll live longer if you stay away from that manWhat do you do Don't worry, I'll make sure the bastard dies tonight Try and find Don Hida follow the man go to the store you saw earlier
>>35142153>[x] Don't worry, I'll make sure the bastard dies tonightBut your going to point some things out for me>[x] follow the manFind out where he is etc
>>35142153Ask the old man for a picture of whoever's left alive, so that we don't accidentally kill them if they're in the way.
>>35142254Yes, like this. Also find out how the other Yakuza do their hits, for the frame-up.>>35142338Fuck that, he dies if he gets in the way.
>>35142332>>35142465 here, at work, so timelyness if off.
>>35142153Seconding>>35142338and ask for Don Hida's location>>35142332Sorry, multi-tasking.
>>35142465>get old man to help us>kill his only relativeJust because we're a murderer doesn't mean we have to be rude.
>>35142153> Don't worry, I'll make sure the bastard dies tonighteh he may be able to help
"Don't worry" You say laughing "I'll make sure that bastard dies tonight". The man stops, turns around and stares at you"Do not mock me, girl" He growls."I'm not, for once" You say standing up "I'm an assassin of the lucky coin, well in training at least, and I'm here to kill him". He walks closer and sits down next to you"I was expecting someone with more experience" He says smiling "Did not know they sent little girls to kill"."Well if you're telling the truth" He says pulling some out of his pocket "Put this between his eyes for me will you?". It's a bullet, with an ogre demon thing carved on it."So where can I find him" You ask "Can't kill him if I don't know where he is"."A club, not far from here" He says "They'll let you in, the man has the tastes of a monster".You stand up, plan forming in your head."also, girl, try not to kill my brother" he calls out "he looks like me, except he's missing an eye"."I can try" You shout as you run off looking for the club.You soon find it, it has an image of a dragon wrapped around a woman in neon, with two shirtless men with bleached hair and tattoos standing outside of the doorWhat do you do YOU ARE SHOCK *shock gloves* go into the alley way and test out the boots try to get it in Smoke bomb
>>35142786>[x] go into the alley way and test out the bootsStick to the shadows
>>35142786> YOU ARE SHOCKas long as they don't look to obvious.> try to get it inuse all of our "feminine" charm
>>35142786>[x] go into the alley way and test out the bootsIt would be much easier to just flirt our way in and be led to him, but if we sneak in and shoot him with the special bullet I feel like we'll get the bonus.
>>35142786>"They'll let you in"Well then>try to get it in
>>35142786> go into the alley way and test out the bootsSeems like the best option.
>>35142948One problem, we don't have a gun.
>>35142786>try to get it inRoll to seduce!
>>35143004Eh, it's a yakuza club, we can just pick one up anywhere.
You wave at them as you pass by. they don't wave back as you turn into the alley way. you can see some window, but all of them are closed, a few have lights pouring out of them. You jump up, and suddenly you're much higher than you were a few second ago. falling down, not so gracefully in some (thankfully bagged) trash, you try again and can see i.....Uuuuuh.....UUUUUH. Ok no more jumping to look into windows, you say rubbing the back of your head after you fall down. You really need to get the hang of these things"Ok, time for plan B" You say dusting yourself off."Heeeeeeeeey" you say trying to sound seductive "I have thing for big scary Yakuza like yourselves, care to". They look at you in confusion and say something angrily in Japanese"Of course" you say "You don't know english, well time for Plan C". Just then two girls around your age, but far less dressed with a dead look in their eye walk by, and the two toughs motion for them to enter, and then go back to looking at the street, luckily they don't notice you tailing them. You have a feeling they're going to have a finger or two cut off. Well you're now in the club, and it smells of smoke, sweet, and booze. It's actually rather nice, except for all the yakuzas and the girls that are dead inside serving drinksWhat do you do find the bathroom, prepare syringes Ask for a drink, this is how they do it in movies right. scope the place out
>>35143110> find the bathroom, prepare syringes> then offer ourself up for Don Hida
>>35143110>[x] find the bathroom, prepare syringes>[x] scope the place out
>>35143110>scope the place outMight as well figure out what we're up against.
>>35143110> find the bathroom, prepare syringesOn the way> scope the place out
>>35134961Goddamnit get a twitter, I only just found this thread.
>>35143283They have a point, it is seriously not hard to set up, it takes like a minute
You try and find the bathroom, luckily there are signs. As you make your way through the small mob of large men and scantily clad women, you look around the place. Seeing that most of the yakuza looking folks are distracted with women or beer, you can also see several guns on them, maybe you could take one? You also notice the stairs leading up to...those rooms, the barkeeper looks mean, with a hair covering on of his eyes and a face that's covered in scars. You go into the bathroom, and look for an unoccupied stall, you find one that is unlocked and go in, locking it behind you as you open up your pack, and prepare all of your syringesgained 3 paralyzing syringes, 3 potassium overdoses, 3 muscle relaxants lost potassium and muscle relaxant supply Placing the syringes in the holster in your hoodie, You realize they are nearly invisible while held there, fantastic. You hear someone enter the bathroomWhat do you do leave wait for them to leave>>35143283>>35143306>>35143338Have one, need a link?
>>35143387> leavePut on your best smile.
>>35143387I need more details. What does this someone sound like?>Have one, need a link?Yes please.
>>35143387Yes, please link.also, > wait for them to leavesit down on the toilet with your panties down, just in case they decide to kick in the stall door.
https://twitter.com/TheHeadMasterTGhere's the twitter
>>35143418Make sure to look super dead inside. Or completely normal depending on how we normally look. Layla sounds like the dead-inside kind of girl.
>>35143425Sounds like heels on tile
Standing up, and opening the door, you see a girl crying over a sink, kind of pathetic looking really, sobbing really hard to. She turns to look at you, here mascara streaming down her face as well as a black and swollen eye, you smile at her and walk out before you start feeling bad for herWhat do you do Try and "seduce" a drunken yakuza try and sneak up stairs (roll 1d20, DANGER) talk to the barkeeper
>>35143628> Try and "seduce" a drunken yakuzaGota be sure where BB is and we could use a gun.
>>35143628>[x] Try and "seduce" a drunken yakuzaFor once, I think this is the proper course of action.
>>35143628> Try and "seduce" a drunken yakuzawe brought our combat knife with us didn't we?could be a good alternative to using one of our syringes for a kill if we need it
You walk over to one of the yakuzas, a man with hair dyed and ugly red, it makes you ill just looking at him. He stares at you, his mouth agape and bottle in had. He beckons you over. You go and he wraps a hand around you and begins to play with your dress as you repress the urge to tear his throat out now instead of soon as you hang your arms around his neck. He soon stumbles with you towards the stairs, the toughs there letting you and him past. He leads you to a room and picks you up as he opens the door, grabbing your ass roughly, causing you to yelp, and him laugh.How do you react roll 1d20 (can use a lucky coin here) YOU ARE SHOCK *shock gloves  two syringes to the neck  knife him
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>35143831> knife himneeds to be quick and quiet
>>35143831> two syringes to the neckAll the other options are going to create a scene. But the syringes are going to make him stagger and collapse like someone who's had too much booze.
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>35143859Forgot to roll.Anyway, knifing is going to make a puddle of blood and shocking is going to provoke an obvious reaction.
Rolled 8 (1d20)>>35143831> two syringes to the neck muscle relaxant and potasium
Rolled 12 (1d20)>>35143831How many dice are we rolling and do you count dice only for the options voted or do you just count first three dice?
>>35143831[x] two syringes to the neckCan just put him to sleep, potassium could be loud.No need to roll with that 18!
>>35143831 two syringes to the neck Seems like the most stealthy option.
>>35143904>potassium could be loud.wutif we're using two, one of them with paralyse him letting the potassium do its work silently
>>35143918Fair enough, muscle relaxant might solve that, but I don't want to make any assumptions.
>>35143918I was going to say that we should just paralyze him. But, now that I think about it, if we kill him too, we can still make it look like a rival Yakuza thing, or at least no one will suspect it was us.
>>35143973Yeah I don't want witnesses to remember the chick who's been up to shit.
>>35143973indeed, we can knife him after he's paralysed to make it look like a rival
>>35143992>indeed, we can knife him after he's paralysed to make it look like a rivalNo you fucking moron.Stop trying to leave a pool of blood which will get the yakuza on us before we even kill the boss.
>>35143992I just thought of it, we should cut off a finger which has a ring on it. That'll make it seem like a Yakuza thing
>>35144007No.Stop that shit.We'll start framing with the boss. We're not going to start making a mess before then.
>>35144001I agree, no stabbing, but I do think that we should cut off a finger of the Don guy at least.
>>35144001then we could paralyse him, go kill the boss, come back and do that after
>>35144030I think all of this makes our assassination go worse.Kill the nobody silently. Then kill the boss in a way that says yakuza were here.
You jab two syringes into his neck, pressing down before pulling them out. You both hit the floor with a thud. You put the syringes back into their holsters before trying to drag him into the room. A large bald man in a suit passes by and sees you struggling. You ready another syringe, when he picks up the asshole and helps drag him to the bed inside. He looks at him shacking his head in disgust, before handing you a couple of what you think is yen, saying something in japanese while he looks you in the eyes, and walks off."Thank you" You mutter as you put the money in your pack "hope I don't see you again tonight".The room is obviously meant for "romance" with a heart shaped bed, and several candles, as well as a music player, but it smells of sadness and despair. You feel sick just being in hereWhat do you do loot red head look around for anything search for recording devices
>>35144034>implying we'll have an opportunity to come back after we kill the boss.Come on now. Situation is going to be red alert once the boss is dead. We're not gonna stick around.Use your head.
>>35144047If we don't kill them both in ways that say the Yakuza was there, then it will look inconsistent and people will doubt.
>>35144057> search for recording devicesonce they are found and disabled then> loot red head
>>35144057>[x] search for recording devices>[x] loot red head
>>35144066Nobody cares about the nobody.It's the boss that matters. Even yakuza aren't big on assassinating people in ways the compromise the mission. It's only the target that needs to have a "statement" made of it.Stop sabotaging the job.
>>35144057> loot red head> search for recording devicesBut search for recording devices first. No need to give a recording of us looting the redhead.
>>35144057In order,[x] search for recording devices[x] loot red head
>>35144086I'm not trying to sabotage the job, I'm trying to make the job go a lot more smoothly. But I will agree with you that yes, I see now that cutting off the finger of the nobody is unnecessary, because as you said, the Yakuza wouldn't do it.
>>35144057> loot red headPriorities people. We need a gun to use the framing demon bullet.
>>35144187I'm against using a gun, as it is too loud and will make escape harder. I think we should just do with red head and cut off his finger and leave. through a window, because I'm pretty sure our boots help with landing as well as jumping.
You search around the room for recording devices, and find one, behind a statue of a man with a beard and somekind of polearm. It isn't running, but there's a wire running from it, which you cut with your knife.You begin frisking the red head, Finding a revolver, a switch blade, some yen, a card with a japanese girl on it. You put the revolver in your backpack and leave the rest on himwhat do you do Try and make your hair and clothing look a bit messy leave the room see if red head is still breathing
>>35144238> Try and make your hair and clothing look a bit messy
>>35144228Just use a pillow to silence it.>[x] see if red head is still breathingIf yes, end him. Can't have him wake up and raise trouble.>[x] Try and make your hair and clothing look a bit messy
>>35144238> see if red head is still breathing> Try and make your hair and clothing look a bit messy, along with going the extra mile of undressing him and making a proper mess of the sheets while making sexy girl noises.> leave the room
>>35144238> Try and make your hair and clothing look a bit messy> see if red head is still breathing>>35144275>Just use a pillow to silence it.That only works in holywood...
>>35144238>[x] see if red head is still breathing
>>35144238> see if red head is still breathingIf he is, see if we still have our sleeping pills and give him a handful, that will hopefully take care of him. also, try to get him on his back so that if he vomits, he will choke on it.if not he's not, then> Try and make your hair and clothing look a bit messy>>35144275that doesn't really work as well as it's portrayed.
>>35144297>That only works in holywood...No, using a pillow to dampen the sound of a shot works perfectly well in reality. Its not as queit as they make it seem, but it suffices for our purpose.
>>35144295>along with going with going the extra mile of undressing him and making a proper mess of the sheets while making sexy girl noises.This too.We don't just want to walk out like we had sex. We want to leave a scene that suggests we had sex.
>>35144275>Just use a pillow to silence it.That's not gonna work.This isn't your regular pistol. It's a proper revolver and those things make a BANG.
>>35144324it only reduces the sound by about 20dB, which is nowhere near enough to cover the sound of a gunshot with background noise, unless we turn the music up or cover the shot with other sounds
>>35144330We dragged him into the room unconsciou, the other guy saw it afterall. It would be pretty strange if we had "too much" apparent sex.>>35144353>unless we turn the music up or cover the shot with other soundsThere you go.
>>35144324You do know how revolvers function right?All those gasses that come out the cylinder gaps are not effected by the pillow.
>>35144275>If yes, end him. Can't have him wake up and raise trouble.Sure, but we should either end him with suffocation or more poison. No need to leave traces that he's been killed. We want the next guy to walk in to see that he's had a good time. Not to raise the alarm.It's better if they figure out he's dead when he won't wake up than when they look at the room.
>>35144386yeah, we should use a pillow to suffocate him, make it look like he passed out from the sex and choked on his tongue or something
>>35144373He raises a good point, the pillow think won't really work with a revolver.
>>35144373I know perfectly well how it works, and yes, the revolover shot will be dampened if you put it in a pillow, it won't make the sound go away, bnut enough that with distance and background noise, and this place has plenty background noise, it can go unnoticed. And since the bullet is our best way to make it look like Yakuza did it, it seems worth the extra effort.Unless you want to put it between his eyes some other way, which could work too, but would be far messier.
>>35144368>It would be pretty strange if we had "too much" apparent sex.We don't need to put on an hour-long screaming performance. We just want to make some noises etc for people to know "room's being used."
>>35144427This is all stupidly risky. Suffocate the guy. It's so much cleaner, wastes no resources, and doesn't get the yakuza up our ass.There's really no good reason for us to shoot him.
>>35144442>There's really no good reason for us to shoot him.Yes, because we are supposed to make sure they think the Yakuza did it. Thats the reason.
>>35144442Not this guy you idiot, that anon is talking about killing the big boss with that special round we were given.If we want to make it look like another yakuza did off the big man, we need to use that bullet, so we need to crank up some noise, paralyse the fat man, and use the bullet
>>35144427No no no, we already have a way of making it look like the yakuza did it, and I highly doubt the background noise and music are loud enough to muffle it without putting everyone on high alert. Just poison and paralyze him, suffocate him, cut off the finger with the biggest, gaudiest ring, and leave through the window.
>>35144451oh mannnhow you can you be this stupid?what the hell makes you think *shooting* him is going to make a special yakuza sign out of it?stop itwe kill him. yakuza kill people. that's good enough
>>35144467Wait, I never said we should shoot this guy. I was talking about how we could put the bullet between the eyes of the actual target. Thats what the anon I originally qouted talked about.
>>35144467>>35144451We don't need to shoot him with the round, there is no extra for it, the guy just gave it to us. Seriously, there are ways of making it look like the Yakuza did it without making a lot of noise.
>>35144467>killing the big boss with that special round we were givenOh yes, absolutely we should shoot the boss as requested. But we're not killing the boss yet. We're still on this guy.
>>35144470And what happens when it doesn't work as planned? When they don't go for it?That bullet we were given was engraved especially to send a message.Though it would be helpful if OP clarified if we're meant to shoot him with it, or leave it lying between his eyes.Because I can't see how they would know its from yakuza if we shoot him with it, how would they see the engraving then?
>>35144478>what the hell makes you think *shooting* him is going to make a special yakuza sign out of it?Because we use a bullet specifically given to us by a Yakuza as sign of recognition in case you haven't paid any attention whatsoever.
You check to see if red head is breathing, and find he is, weakly."Hope it was good for you" you whisper into his ear with a smile. And then you go about your work, after waiting for a couple of minutes, you begin to mess the sheets up, after removing his shirt, all the while moaning and making sure the bed squeaks to keep away any frisky yakuza. After you're done, and the place looks suitably messed up. You begin to throw your hair around, making sure to have strands of it hanging down over your face before you make your clothes disheveled. You leave the door, and do your best to looks sorry for yourself, but inside you're laughing at your own genius. You are now upstairs.What do you do. search the hallway (1d20) find the fanciest looking door, the don must be there go down stairs looking pitiful
>>35144502Wait, we all agreed to suffocate this guy before we go out.
>>35144502> search the hallway (1d20)Also, Headmaster, mind clarifying on >>35144493>Though it would be helpful if OP clarified if we're meant to shoot him with it, or leave it lying between his eyes.>>Because I can't see how they would know its from yakuza if we shoot him with it, how would they see the engraving then?
>>35144493He said to put it between his eyes. I'm perfectly open for using other ways of putting it there. He never said we should kill him with it.>>35144502>[x] find the fanciest looking door, the don must be thereWait, did we kill the guy now. Because we really need to kill him.
>>35144528Putting a bullet between someone's eyes means shooting them.
>>35144493>Because I can't see how they would know its from yakuza if we shoot him with it, how would they see the engraving then?You can take a bullet out of a corpse. Its done with victims of shooting to identify the murder weapon.
>>35144524You're pretty sure he meant shoot him, but then again think it would be hilarious to take it literally
>>35144528>He said to put it between his eyes. I'm perfectly open for using other ways of putting it there.Indeed he did, I'm hoping we can paralyse him, suffocate him, and leave him lying there with the round sitting between his eyes
>>35144547>Putting a bullet between someone's eyes means shooting them.Its what he probably meant. But he didn't say it. And we have really no obligation to do what he asks besides it being useful to us. If we put it between his eyes some other way, I doubt he will complain.
>>35144559By the way, headmaster. We agreed to suffocate this guy. Can you confirm that's happening?
>>35144559Well how would they know it was other yakuza if we fire the bullet? they won't be able to see the engravings or anything
>>35144563I do want to insert it into his head enough that it is literally between his eyes.But we'll need to see how much time we have when iut comes to it.
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>35144502> search the hallway (1d20)And seriously guys, we should NOT kill him with the gun, that risks us losing a few more of the bonus rewards that said we had to escape without alerting anyone. Let's just cut off his finger and throw it away in a bin far away.and shooting the guy with the bullet gives us ABSOLUTELY NOTHING extra, the guy who put out the hit just gave it to us and asked us to do it.
Rolled 6 (1d20)>>35144502> search the hallway (1d20)
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>35144502[x] search the hallway (1d20)
>>35144548yeah, and the bullet is no longer intact, so how can they see whats carved into it? they ain't CSI, they are gangsters for fucks sake>>35144559>but then again think it would be hilarious to take it literallyyes, we must do this
>>35144573You flipped him over as you left, he's going to suffocate alright, most likely from the vomit the large ammount of booze he drank will produce
>>35144575By taking the bullet out to identify the murder weapon, thats how you usually do it.>>35144580We already long moved on from the shooting. If we don't get the chance or need, we can put it literally" between his eyes, which works fine too.>>35144597I hate risky ambigous "he will probably die", but I take your word for it.
>>35144613You do realise what happens to a bullet when it hits bone and other things in the body, and walls and such when it leaves the body?Its a shattered mess of nothing but fragments and twisted chunks of lead and copper.You ain't finding shit out except maybe a rifling mark or two
>>35144580>the guy who put out the hit just gave it to us and asked us to do it.He's also the guy who arranges the reward, so I reckon there's an extra reward for that. I'm down for the pillow firing plan.
>>35144636>You ain't finding shit out except maybe a rifling mark or twoDoesn't matter. He asked us to shoot the don with the bullet. That's what he wants.
>>35144636It suffices if its visible enough that something was carved on it. I would assume the guy who gave it to us shot enough people in his life and would know how a bullet looks like afterwards and would if they will still recognize it for what it is.
>>35144643the guys literally going to kill himself after we tell him that we killed the guy, and we could just lie and say we did. the school is going to give us our bonuses for making it look like it was a yakuza hit.
Rolled 13 (1d20)>>35144502>search the hallway
>>35144643we don't even know if thats the guy who put the hit out>>35144658some random guy asking us doesn't change shityou start altering mission objectives because of every passerby on the street and you end up out of a jobwe were given this job with strict conditionsso we will carry it out with strict conditions
You search the hallway, but find nothing except some statues, a few swords hanging on the walls, and the sounds of yakuza having a good time in the rooms next to you. Do you wish to use a lucky coin to find a hidden thing or would you rather try to find don hida go downstairs and try to catch don hida's eye go back to the room to formulate a plan
>>35144674We aren't altering the objectives at all. This thing aids our objective, thats why we even contemplate doing it.
>>35144643What >>35144670 said.That guy ain't paying out shit, nor did he give us this job, the school did.So don't go fucking it up because of one random guy who can't do it himself and wants to take the easy way out.>>35144689> find don hidaNo lucky coin
>>35144689>[x] find don hida
>>35144689> find don hidaCatching his eye downstairs means we will catch a lot of people's eyes. That's not what we're after and we can't speak japanese.
>>35144692What part of >escape without alerting the police or anyone else of your deedDo you not understand?
>>35144658We don't give a FUCK what the guy wants. we are a freaking sociopath, ACT LIKE IT. we can just lie, ditch the bullet and a bullet from the revolver and say we shot him, and he will see that the bullet is not in the revolver, and THERE YOU GO. your possible stupid extra reward from the guy who's going to kill himself.>>35144689> find don hida
>>35144706Calm down, we aren't going to do it if circumstances make it a risk to the mission to go through with it. Its a little fanciful request that we indulge as far as it serves us. If we end up not having the opportunity then thats how it is.But if we get the opportunity to do something fun with it, why might as well.
>>35144658>Doesn't matter. He asked us to shoot the don with the bullet. That's what he wants.So you'll drop everything, and fuck us over and fuck up the mission just for the wishes of one random cunt whose about to kill himself, instead of doing the job we were given?
>>35144724I don't see how surgically inserting the bullet in his head if we have the time would alert the police anymore than a corpse has a tendency of doing.
>>35144735This.It's a low priority. No need to panic. We're just down for doing it if circumstances look like we can get away with it.
>>35144756>surgically inserting the bullet in his headThat's not what everyone else is screaming to do, so you might want to actually make your arguments clearer.
>>35144735With the way you guys are pushing it, I'm not so sure you aren't going to do it even though it's stupid. We already have a good way of making it look like the Yakuza.The Yakuza are VERY well known for cutting off fingers to send a message, that is all we need to do. Do not jeopardize the mission in any way.
>>35144756>surgically inserting the bullet in his headpfthahaha, the mental image I just had of the cops finding his body like thatwe must do this
>>35144792>With the way you guys are pushing it, I'm not so sure you aren't going to do it even though it's stupid.We're for the idea.We're not for doing it if we think it will get us caught.Relax.
>>35144792No one is pushing anything, this whole thing escalated from the one comment about how we COULD use shooting without it being a isntant give-away.That somehow makes the anons who are still mad about that think its still about the shooting even though everyone else has moved on to finding alternative ways of putting it between his eyes some other way if we can.
>>35144774Several people including the QM already endorsed the alternative ways of doing it. Plus it has the advantage of preserving the engraving making it a even clearer lead to our Yakuza friend.And I'd be hilarious.
>>35144818Why even waste the time to do it? it's not even that funny. And spending more time then necessary will put the mission in jeopardy and make it more likely we'll get caught.
>>35144689> find don hidaThis
You're getting tired of this place, the scent of it alone is making you want to go the way of the depressed guy on the bridge. You begin walking further down the hall, your eyes more steel like than the swords on the walls around you. You kill Mr hida, you leave, you kill mr hida, you leave, you kill mr hida, you leave.There's a large door, with imagery of dragons, maidens, and dragons.You raise your hand and knock on it.You hear something stumbling around on the other side. After a minute or two, a large man in what looks like a satin bathrobe opens the door. He smells like smoke, and greed,He looks at you, and says something in japanese. He glares at you for a minute."Don't tell me they sent another foreign girl for me tonight" he says slowly, trying to not trip on his words. Of all of the people to speak english, it has to be you doesn't it, you think to yourselfWhat do you say Sorry Mr.hida. I hope I am to your taste uuuh, this isn't the bathroom, those bastards lied to me Well aren't you a.....handsome .....man write in
>>35144870It would take a whole of half aminute tops. If we kill him under circumstances that mean we don't have the time it won't happen. But given our MO more likely then not we will have the time.>>35144882>[x] Sorry Mr.hida. I hope I am to your taste
>>35144882> Sorry Mr.hida. I hope I am to your taste
>>35144882>[x] Sorry Mr.hida. I hope I am to your taste
>>35144882also, remember to act very submissive and scared
>>35144935Submissive, shy, and just a little bit coy I think.
>>35144963Coy is good, we want to be able to have certain freedom of actions without arousing suspicion, like putting a finger on his lips so we can put our hand on it when we stick the syringe into him.
You bow, trying to look as Mariaish as possible. "S..sorry Mr.Hida" You say trying to sounds slightly scared "I hope I am to your tastes". He looks at your for a moment, finger in his nose."Ah, it will be fine for one more night, even rare meat gets boring eventually" He says beckoning you in "Come in". You follow and wow this is a really nice room, The bed looks fit for a king, or at least made to look like it is. There's a katana hanging over the bed. Mr.Hida lights a cigar as you look around the room, and notices your eyes caught on the weapon"You like it?" he asks looking down at you "Got it off some....uh....vermin a year or two ago, want to see it up close"."Oh I'd very much like to see your sword" You say, thinking you sound like that game you found on maria's laptop. He laughs and takes it down after some stumbling around. You can see it up close now. The scabbard looks to be made from bamboo, the blade shines in the candle glow of the room, the guard has the same ogre demon things on it, two of which are dancing on the base of the blade. the hilt is wrapped in a yellow cloth, and the end is capped by a square piece of bronze."A real beauty isn't she" Mr hida says twisting it back and forth "It deserved better than those vermin"."Well it got better" You say "I mean it's in your hands now, what could possibly be better than that". He looks at you for a moment and smiles. He places the katana back in it's place"Come here" He says "I think I'll enjoy my imported dessert now".what do you do roll 1d20 (can use a lucky coin syringes neck  gun head knife chest
Rolled 8 (1d20)>>35145112> syringes neckLets stick to skills we are good at.
Rolled 8 (1d20)>>35145112>[x] syringes neckTry to quiet him, either stab his throat too, or hold his mout closed.
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>35145112Syringe
Why are our rolls so shit all the time ?Lucky coin ? If he raises hell after our failed attempt the mission is as good as bust.
>>35145123>>35145143>>35145150Do you wish to use the coin?
>>35145166I would prefer that. That guy has a sword already ready. And if he makes noise we won't get out. Hoarding it won't help us, we get another one.
>>35145166Yes, we can't fuck this up.
>>35145166*sigh*Fucking /tg/ dice. We have no choice. Using coin.
>>35145166Yes. Our first mission, cant fuck up.
>>35145166It can't be helped.
>>35145166YesQuestion, how do we earn more lucky coins?
>>35145213We might earn another one for doing a good job here.
As you crawl on the bed towards him, you rub the coin, to ease your nervesLucky coin usedCritYou sigh in relief , and yet him grab you. As he plays with your hair and says something in japanese, you place a finger on his mouth, then the rest of your hand as you jab a syringe into his neck. He starts thrashing around, and you put in another, his eyes burn with fear as he begins to breath rapidly, before it begins getting ragged and broken as a look of pain enters his eyes. You push his fat arms off and he clutches his chest as he looks at you as if to ask why. You smile as he breath his finale breath. You push his arm of his chest and remove your syringes before cleaning his neckwhat do you do place the bullet between his eyes chop off one of his fingers take the katana(also tell me if I am in danger of this thread dropping off the board before it can be archived)
>>35145261>[x] place the bullet between his eyesLiterally. No shooting.>[x] chop off one of his fingersYep.>[ ] take the katanaNo. If we still had the coin, I would do this then use the coin to sneak out quietly. Right now a katana is going to draw attention.
>>35145261> place the bullet between his eyesMake a small incision with our knife and force it inMake sure to rub our fingerprints off of it and not get any on it or him.Threads currently on page 4 OP, plenty of life yet, you might want to get 4chan X, very helpful
>>35145261>[x] Shove the bullet into his right eye socket. "Right between the eyes, indeed.>[x] chop off one of his fingers>[x] take the katanaThe second only if we have something large enough to conceal it in around.
>>35145261>>35145293This without the katana stealing, way too large even if we had a bag or something for it.
>>35145261>(also tell me if I am in danger of this thread dropping off the board before it can be archived)You're not. This is on page 4 right now and /tg/ is a slow board. We still have another 2 hours at least I reckon.
>>35145261>[x] place the bullet between his eyesnot with the gun, but surgically>[x] chop off one of his fingersand if we have something to hide it with, or a means of escaping without it being noticed> take the katana
>>35145318there's a rather large windowand you have boots
>>35145293We can't steal the katana without the coin.We don't have the stealth skills to walk out with a katana unnoticed. That thing is huge. We can't hide it well.
>>35145261All three, if we can jump out the window or something to escape with the katana.
>>35145261> chop off one of his fingersThe one with the biggest, gaudiest ring on it.> take the katanaMight as well, it'll also help to send a message, since he seems to view it so highly. Hide it on our back in our hoodie and jump out a window into the alley.
>>35145328We can jump out of the window. And a foreign girl with a "fake" katana running around isn't that unusual.
>>35145323This, we can take the katana and just leave through the window.
>>35145323Alright, we'll take the katana but wrap it in a jacket or something.
>>35145323alright then, lets do all 3 and use the boots to escape via the windowstealing the katana will only cement the theory that a rival yakuza did it
>>35145362We should see if we can nick some cloth then after we jump we should hide the katana under our pants, tied like a splint to our leg. Bit of awkward walking but this girl naturally gives off an innocent impression.
>>35145391I think we're wearing a skirt...
>>35145410Third leg then, its japan, they would be fine with it
You place the bullet in between his eyes. You bite your tongue as you go to work, cutting off one of his fingers, luckily you have no lunch to lose and it comes free, you don't really know what to do with it now, so you open a window and toss it out, You're about to follow it when the katana catches your eyes. You grab it, and tie it to your side (making it a bit awkward to move around) before leaping out of the building, and landing on the roof of the one next to it.What do you do know Extraction point find the bridge guy, tell him you avenged his family You always wanted to see japan......
>>35145427> Extraction pointThis. Sticking around after the assassination isn't good.The guy will find out without us personally informing him.
>>35145427> find the bridge guy, tell him you avenged his familythen> Extraction pointlets get out of here quickly
>>35145427>[x] find the bridge guy, tell him you avenged his familyNo idea how close it is. If its too far away, don't.>[x] Extraction point
>>35145445If it's closer> find the bridge guy, tell him you avenged his familyif not.> Extraction point
>>35145427> Extraction pointThe guy can reward us through the proper channels. No sense sticking around.We did our job.
>>35145427>[x] find the bridge guy, tell him you avenged his familyI doubt he will stick on that bridge for that long>[x] Extraction point
>>35145427>[x] Extraction pointIt's like we're a real professional!
>>35145427> Extraction pointnice and clean
>>35145454This, but lets move fast. I'm not seeing dice rolls so I think it's safe.
You leap from building to building, getting hang of the boots, with enough control, they're actually pretty useful. as you leap towards the outskirts of town. You realize the town is asleep, most of the lights are out, and no ones walking about. You turn towards the bridge, and see the lone living figure around. it isn't that far from the extraction point.... You hop down and walk over to him, he reeks of alcohol "Your family is avenged" You say to him.He laughs."So I can finally join my family" He says taking a swig "tell me, did the fat bastard have a katana on him?"Y/N
>>35145574>NIt wasn't on him, it was on his shelf
>>35145574Yes. We have it.We're not exactly a sword user here.
>>35145574We have the thing strapped to our leg, I would like to lie about it, but thats pointless by now.>Y
>>35145574"Why do you care to know, you're going to kill yourself anyway?"
>>35145600YThough we would like compensation if he is just going to die with it. This could be traded for some good stuff.
>>35145599I think he's testing to see if we actually did it (because he already knows the dude has a katana). Lets tell him about the katana.
>>35145574hm...Let's say yes, but we would very much like to keep it. It's our trophy for a successful first mission. We will treat it honorabry.
>>35145608If he's gonna kill himself with it or something we can take it off his corpse, we took it from the fat man fair and square, this guy hasn't earnt the right to have it
>>35145608>>35145614well he's only asking if he had the katana with him, not to give it to himI'm not seeing where answering Y means we have to give it to him
>>35145674>I'm not seeing where answering Y means we have to give it to himJust taking precautions, also helps with the next post.
"yes" You say showing it to him "But it's mine, this was my first mission afterall, don't want to forget it now do"."I do not care what you do with the blade" he says "just let me see it for a moment, and you will have my blessing to use it however you will". You hold it out, and he clutches it in his hand."My father's sword" He says "I am not fit to wield it, but I shall be it's first meal in a long time, look well young killer" He unsheathes the blade and puts it against his stomach"what are you doing?" You ask, remembering you need to get out of here still."Going to meet Mr.Hida in hell" He says "perhaps i will someday meet my family once again, bu the sins that weigh upon my shoulders is far too great, and I am only fit to be food for the dogs". and in an instant he drags the sword across, without making a noise, bleed begins flowing from his mouth as he sheaths the sword placing it on the ground, and pulls himself over the bridge as the little light in his eyes fade, and he falls forward, deadYou wonder what he meant by sins, you shake your head, you'll never know now. You pick up the sword and it feels surprisingly warm, and for a moment, you feel like your being watched, you turn and see no one. "I really need to start sleeping more" You say as you walk towards the extraction point.SoonYou're sitting in the helicopter that took you there."Well color me shocked" The pilot asks "I was expecting you to die, so how'd you do it anyways"."I wasn't an idiot" You answer smiling as you look over the sword "I thought out my every move"."Well, I'm sure the boss will be happy" He says "not often first years do that well"."Oh now you're making me blush" You say sarcastically. The pilot laughs. By time you get back to the school, it's morning. And as you step on to the ground you see a familar face"Oh hello maria" You say as you see her glaring at you as she slowly approaches you."Now I know you're mad" You say backing up.(cont)
>>35145819"You went on a mission" She says "with a stab wound""Well I got back safe didn't I?" You say as she gets closer"You could've died" She says getting closer."I'm sorry if you were worried about me" You say "B...but I got you a present". She looks at you for a moment."See I got a revolver off some thug" You say pulling it out of your backpack "and I thought you may need one since you keep losing yours"."That isn't going to save you Layla" She says grabbing you "But thank you, I'll make sure you're nice and comfortable while you heal".Mission completeBonus Objectives completerewards basic: 3,450 dollars, extra: 450 dollars,, and a lucky coinSecret objective found: Bring back Isamu (bridge guy) his father's sword: reward: the katana, still strangely warm I think now is a good time to stop, I'm going to archive this now, but will be around to answer questions and chat
>>35145895I had nearly expected her to give Maria the katana, but it might have been not a good mood to give her a sharp implement in.Looks like we should look out for the melee-weapon class.
>>35145895Thanks for the thread HM, any idea when the next will be?
>>35145895Thanks for running.
>>35145924either sunday or monday, if I don't run on sunday I'll run on monday, and I'll say on twitter when i start
>>35145940cool, a heads up on the run time a couple hours before hand would be good to thanks
>>35145929Thank you for playing>>35145913I was debating if I should, but realized that Layla likes a quite approach, and revolvers are anything but
>>35145949I will think about it
>>35145895That sword.... is now a matter of honor... we should use it to clear scum from the world.
>>35146041lolno.What part of "psycho" do you not understand?
>>35146048You obviously don't know.
>>35146048Psycho does not mean scum. We merely have a want to kill. We can be professional with it.... plus. Swords are cool.
>>35146041Just because we've killed a "Bad guy" today doesn't mean we'll always go after the bad ones. Odds are we'll sooner or later kill some politician for pushing the wrong policies or maybe help someone in a battle over custody by killing the oppsing party.
>>35146041Starting to sound a bit like the nun there
>>35146107Explosions and poisons are cooler.Some people we kill might be scum, some might not. What does it matter ?
>>35146107Psycho means we have no moral conscience to speak of.This "honoraburu" crap isn't for us.
>>35146140>Psycho means we have no moral conscience to speak of.No it doesn't, and we do actually have one hiding away under everthing, its pretty obvious.And only that anon mentioned 'honour', fuck that noise, we should just use the sword to defend ourselves or for when poisons are too slow acting or not enough, it is a tool, and we are somewhat professional, so we should use it as a tool to accomplish our jobs
>>35146107>We can be professional with it.And professional killer means we do our job without silly things like ethics or feelings bothering us.
>>35146151>>35146151>No it doesn'tP... Pffffft!!!>we do actually have one hiding away under everthing, its pretty obvious.AAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
>>35146156Well, except the fact that Layla tends to find it fun, that is more or less correct.
>>35146151>we do actually have one hiding away under everthing, its pretty obvious.This is the girl who killed her dad just to test out a poison then started experimenting on her mother too.She also burned down a school and paralyzed the people in it so they were nice and conscious while they were burning.For the lulz (and science).Yes, I'm sure she has a code of ethics deep down anon.
>>35146177If Maria died would Layla care?
>>35146203Vaguely, I reckon.It'd be a hassle and she has to adjust to a new roommate and doesn't know how trustworthy they are.But then, she doesn't know how trustworthy Maria is either. Girl acts innocent but we haven't quite figured out how her psycho side operates yet.Kinda depends on how annoying the new roommate is. If the new roommate is awesome she's probably gonna celebrate.
>>35146203She would be upset. But she'd get over it fast since they've known eachother for like five days. But if maria stays alive for awhile, then dies, well that's another story
>>35146198she doesn't have a code of ethics, never said she did, but she clearly felt something when remembering and thinking about her family, she's the same when dealing with Maria ever since we first met her
>>35146254Sure she feels something.Layla has emotions after all. Her cheerful disposition isn't fake. She just doesn't have a conscience. Guilt is not a feeling she is personally familiar with. Neither is loss, really, because she doesn't form that kind of personal attachment.
>>35146270But she can develop personal attachments according to OP >>35146228
>>35146279She killed her dad and her classmates for the lulz and was poisoning her mom. They seemed to be a nice family too.That's not the kind of person who forms real personal attachments.
>>35146312Yet OP excplicitly states she can and will.
>>35146344No?Look, if you start with killing your parents out of curiosity and entertainment, you're clearly beyond that kind of caring.
>>35146312She can form attachments, doesn't means she always will.
>>35146354What.You are literally arguing against what the QM has explicitly stated not 20 minutes ago...
>>35146360Pretty much this, really
>>35146363If QM actually does shit like that, he would be running the character into the ground.It's inconsistent characterization, honestly.
>>35146360Forming attachments is fine. But not the kind of attachment where their absence leaves a hole.
>>35146401Its not at all, nothing she did suggests she doesn't form attachments. She just didn't have strong ones to her parents. Or not strong enough to keep her from experimenting.
Why do you guys always talk about if Layla is a sociopath or not?
>>35146401Then this is obviously not the quest for you.I don't disagree with wanting to play a complete sociapath, but it is ultimately the QM's desicion if Layla grows attached to the people around her or not.
>>35146426Because they are idiots.
>>35146426Considering that legitimate sociopathy has a pretty severe impact on a persons behavior and motives, its important. And she does have character traits indicating at least a certain amount of sociopathy.But honestly, we just don't have any murders to discuss now is the real reason.
>>35146426Because she is hard to pinpoint. The stuff she did to her parents would lead you to believe she is devoid of empathy, but that is not always how she acts.
>>35146428Wow, playing the asskisser card? Look, inconsistent writing is weak writing.
>>35146463Not that anon, but the only inconsistent thing here is you.Why don't you go and reread the archives because you clearly didn't read them the first time around as you have no idea about Layla and her characterisation
>>35146446>The stuff she did to her parents would lead you to believe she is devoid of empathyIt's a common mistake to conflate empathy and sympathy but they're not the same. Not at all.Empathy is about your ability to understand another person, their feelings, and their needs.Sympathy is how much you care about these things.It's very possible to have high empathy while having low sympathy. It's fairly common among sociopaths to be extraordinary social manipulators precisely because of this.
>>35146463But its not inconsistent. Not having formed strong enough attachments to one group of people doesn't mean she can't have any at all.The ability of empathy doesn't mean empathy for all people. I don't think any one would claim she is a fully mentally sound person. Her sanity is directly described as "unstable", her behavior and priorities obviously aren't normal.
>>35146475>Go reread.Already read them. Make your point or gtfo.
>>35146439>>35146443>>35146446Makes sense.I'm a bit surprised no one asked about why bridge guy wanted to dieor what the sanity thing meant in the last thread with stable or unstablethen again these aren't terribly interesting, as even I find the discussion on Layla's mental state fascinating
>>35146498I found the sanity thing very self-explanatory.And for the suicide guy, there wasn't really any reason for Layla to care.
>>35146498>I'm a bit surprised no one asked about why bridge guy wanted to dieBecause he bring great dishonor to famry.
>>35146512This. Just figured he was a standard "honourubu samurai" yakuza and I didn't see why Layla would care about the guy.
>>35146519Basically, yes, but he did a bit more than that
>>35146490Not *necessarily*, no. But when you start by killing your family and then roast your classmates alive just because, it goes to show you're not the kind of person to hold those kinds of attachments for either your family or your peers.I'm not sure what groups are left if you want to believe there are groups she would form these kinds of attachments to.Ultimately she can become good friends with someone, but I don't think she would really mind if that person kicked the bucket unless she asserted some form of possessiveness over that person in which case she'd mind more because of what that means for her rather than owing anything to the dead.
>>35146550>I'm not sure what groups are left if you want to believe there are groups she would form these kinds of attachments to.Stop trying to use logic, your being autistic
>>35146550>35146550You don't develop attachments or sympathy for people in categories. It happens on a individual basis. Just because she didn't care much for her peers in school, doesn't mean she will never find a peer she doesn't care about.What it actually takes to make her give a shit beyond her personal convenience is yet to be seen.
>>35146562I think you're trying too hard to apply some kind of "normal person" standard to her by generalizing your image of "normal person" to a condition of "human person" but she's an "abnormal person" and therefore does not behave within these expected/proper/natural ways.Also:>logic badreally now?
>>35146550>I'm not sure what groups are left if you want to believe there are groupsYou usually don't like a person just for being ain a group you decided to like. You care because that singular person makes you care, and then another one and so on. You don't devlop attachments with groups but with persons.
>>35146550To be fair she was trying to avoid actually killing her family, even if she was running lethal tests on them.>I'm not sure what groups are left if you want to believe there are groups she would form these kinds of attachments to.How about fellow murderers who have a higher chance of understanding or at least accepting what she does? Because she's kind of surrounded by those now.
>>35146593>>35146573Yes but relationships are formed in ways, along patterns.People always ask "Do you like them as a friend? Do you like them as family? Do you like them as a lover? Etc."There's a certain "commonality" to these relationships. And the question here is about how this person approaches those commonalities.
>>35146550>I'm not sure what groupsThere's your problem
>>35146644No, the problem is yours.You're the one who has to point out what "fits." I'm the one who's pointing out sweeping indicators of things "not fitting."If you're asking me to prove a negative, you are placing an unreasonable burden of proof upon me, to the point where it is considered a logical fallacy.
>>35146639I agree with that in sofar that obviously you like certain traits, and you like people that have them.Stuff like "liking someone as family and so forth" refers to a social standard of how you "normally behave with your family", but that doesn't work with layla because her head is not a normal place. She just might just not care about how she is supposed to conventionally feel about her family for being family.Of the people she knew so far, maybe none had the traits she liked in a person, considering her personality, she may very well just found them too boring and uninteresting.
>>35146535Mind elaborating now the thread is over and we won't be seeing him again?
>>35146701>I agree with that in sofar that obviously you like certain traits, and you like people that have them.It's more than that. It's also about liking people in the same way.>Stuff like "liking someone as family and so forth" refers to a social standard of how you "normally behave with your family"Not exactly. I'm not concerned about the social standard here. I'm talking about the individual's own standards. Not society's.>Layla's head is not a normal place. She just might just not care about how she is supposed to conventionally feel about her family for being family.I agree with you there.>Of the people she knew so far, maybe none had the traits she liked in a person, considering her personality, she may very well just found them too boring and uninteresting.That's possible but I'm a bit inclined to disagree with you there because given Layla's personality she seems to enjoy and like people well enough. It's just that to Layla "liking" does not exactly mean what it conventionally means. It doesn't quite come with all the baggage it does for normal people.And that's part of how she's a sociopath.
>>35146713Basically, He was a part of a now dead yakuza family, and friends with Mr.Hida since childhoodHida comes to ask him to help him get out of the bottom of the barrelhe agrees and kills a few people for him,gets greedykeeps killing peoplefather tells him he's being a shit after awhile of thisHida decides he want bridge guy's family's territoryBridge guy refuses to kill them, since he still loves themHida is angered by thisforces Bridge to watch his family die, including his new born sonbecomes a bitter and suicidal alcoholic bar keep was his brother and was worse than he was, as he helped kill his familywhich bridge guy was unaware of
>>35146775>It's more than that. It's also about liking people in the same way.But "liking someone as family" only is meaningful if both people involved have the same understanding what that means.If both people don't have the same standard, it ceases to have meaning. And clearly family doesn't mean to Layla what it means to people "normally" (of course that differs wildly among sane people already). So, just because she didn't like one group of people doesn't mean she can't form attachments to other people that belong into a similar categorie, if the individuals are different. "Classmates" and "family" are both groups that don't imply any kind of personality trait on the side of the people belonging to them, so its very possible that none of them had any that she found appealing enough to form a real attachment, but she might very well meet people that fall into that group but have these traits.We don't know if she would poison her sisters for shits and giggles for example, She could just as easily have. Even more easily really.
>>35146915>If both people don't have the same standard, it ceases to have meaning.No, people don't need to like each other in the same way for their relationship to have meaning.>groups that don't imply any kind of personality trait on the side of the peopleYes, because you are focusing on "standard for relationship" rather than "method of relationship.">We don't know if she would poison her sisters for shits and giggles for exampleTrue. I would suspect "yes she would" obviously.>She could just as easily have. Even more easily really.This is idle speculation. We don't know that. Don't try to read into these things too hard or you'll start to mistake theory for fact.
>>35146775>Given Layla's personality she seems to enjoy and like people well enough. It's just that to Layla "liking" does not exactly mean what it conventionally means. It doesn't quite come with all the baggage it does for normal people.>>And that's part of how she's a sociopath.This is really the crux of my point.Layla likes people. But she doesn't really mind doing things to them. Or things happening to them.Because that's the kind of person she is.
>>35146995>No, people don't need to like each other in the same way for their relationship to have meaning.You misunderstand, people need to have the same standard for what someone being a friend means, to have the statement "liking someone as a friend" to have a meaning.People don't like eachother in categories, or because they belong to certain groups, unless that is their criteria. They like individuals for fitting certain criteria. If none of the people in her family or among her classmates fit her criteria for fomring attachments, she just doesn't. If she would have met a person in her school that fits her criteria she would have regardless of how she felt about the rest. Her not having done so with the family and peers she had, doesn't in any way imply she can't form attachments to people that are her family and peers, it just means she hasn't with those she had so far.
>>35146915She would need a reason to poison her sisters, she accidentally killed her dad by an overdose, but had worked out the right amounts with her mother. She could of moved onto her sisters if she had something worth using on them.Was her burning the school down a test to see how effective her paralyzing agent when there was a life or death situation?Would like to perfect the flash-bang as we can't make one properly yet as we blew the kids hand off. Need to strap a good one to his other hand.
>>35147073>She could of moved onto her sisters if she had something worth using on them.You might ask why she used her mother instead of her sisters.
>>35147105She didn't get an Xbox for christmas.
>>35147110That actually makes it harder to poison her without people noticing since she probably had a job and everything.If you refer to bodymass because of dosages, she isn't that young, and has two older sisters, who may very well have a similar body mass.Its possible, of course, but we don't know was my point.
>>35147067>You misunderstand, people need to have the same standard for what someone being a friend means, to have the statement "liking someone as a friend" to have a meaning.I don't quite think so, because it's possible to have drastically different kinds of friends and yet consider them all "friends" in the same sense.Are you the kind of person who only hangs out with relatively homogeneous crowds?>Her not having done so with the family and peers she had, doesn't in any way imply she can't form attachments to people that are her family and peersI think she already has her own style of forming attachments (see above) and thus has no need for your version.So the kind of attachment you're speaking of simply does not occur for her.
>>35147125>, because it's possible to have drastically different kinds of friends and yet consider them all "friends" in the same sense.Sure, because they all have certain traita you like even if these traits differ among them. Usually people don't have one close set of criteria, you can like people for very different reasons and still like them all the same, but they are your friends because you have formed attachments to them, not the other way around, so a friend is something very different from a Peer or family member.
>>35147155But I haven't presented any version for her forming attachments, I said all the time we don't know in what way she forms attachments, in response to the claim that that her having not formed attachments to Peers and family implies she can't.
>>35147159>Sure, because they all have certain traita you like even if these traits differ among them.No, you're focusing way too hard on standards here. This "certain trait" is not necessary.Because here the important part is not who they are but what they mean to you.I feel like I'm being too deep for you.
Ok, I want to play a little game nowout of everyone you metWhat do you think is wrong with them mentally.I mean the likes of martin, alex, Maria, Antonio, Maxwell, Mr.fraust...etc
>>35147184But they mean something to you because they have some thing a trait or characteristic you like. Thats the reason you care. You don't just decide to care about a person, you have a reason, something about them makes you care.
>>35147170Well, you've already presented a standard for "forming attachments" vs "not forming attachments" in your assertion of her "not forming attachments."Meanwhile I have asserted that she does "form attachments" so even if the specifics are unstated there seems to be a difference of definition between us which is why I am calling out that while she "forms attachments" they are not "attachments like you say."
>>35147207>in your assertion of her "not forming attachmentsI think you are confusing me with the other anon. I never said she doesn't form attachments. My replies were in response to the guy way back who said that her not having formed attachments to her family and peers implies she can't form any,m which I DISAGREED with.
>>35147201But the reason doesn't need to be intrinsic to their personality or their behavior. It's only intrinsic to the way you choose to view it.The reason why I'm mentioning "too deep for you" is because I feel like you keep trying to tie things down to the "outer world" while I'm focusing on the "inner world" of the person whose psyche I am attempting to explore.
>>35147198Not enough information to evaluate them, really.>>35147226I'm the same guy from way back, but I was saying "that kind of attachment" because I do think she forms attachments even with her family and peers that she burns down, but not the form of compelling or binding attachment you seem to be seeking.
>>35147198martin likes punching people and has roid ragealex is some deformed lab grown humanmaria is a childish liar and very scornfulantonio I can't remember off the top of my headmaxwell the samemr faust just likes seeing things go boom
>>35147251I'll try and have more interactions with them in the future, but if you had to guess what was wrong, if anything
>>35147235Since you can't see a person from their own perspective, obviously any trait you percieve is fundamentally just your perception, thats obvious and self-explanatory not "deep", everything is defined by your perception, you have no other way to assert things.If you like a person and form attachments, its because you have a reason. Something you see in them makes you care. This may very well be something that only concerns you, but they fit some criteria that makes you care. That isn't necessarily something the person itself is the cause for, but you associate the person with that trait and it makes you care.Which means you care about the individual, never the group he belongs to.
>>35147251>but I was saying "that kind of attachment" because I do think she forms attachments even with her family and peers that she burns downI'm not seeking anything. I am just saying that your assumption her previous behavior towards her family and peers implies anything about the kind of attachments she forms is wrong. Her previous behavior to other people does not imply anything about how she might react ot different individuals.I have no opinion on what kind of attachments she forms or how she behaves when she does so, nor did I ever offer any.
>>35147277>obviously any trait you percieve is fundamentally just your perceptionAlright no. You're trying to ground it back into basic facts. Props for that. Good way to recenter the discussion, but "facts are obviously subjective" is not an appropriate response to the issue of "it's a facts vs interpretations" thing because the two are nevertheless separate. Because interpretations can do things regardless of facts. People are stubborn beings that way who can discard what facts they choose to in favor of their worldview. And in that way they can see two completely different things the same way because that's how they choose to categorize it. Because they mentally draw the same shapes on separate pieces.The qualities of the individual are therefore not relevant like you say. It's rather the observer's quality to interpret these individuals that matters.
>>35147319>The qualities of the individual are therefore not relevant like you say.I never said they are. Your perceptions of the persons qualities is what matters. I repeadetly said what YOU see in the other person is what matters. YOU see a criteria or characteristic that appeals to you, its completly irrelevant if the person actually has that characteristic as long as you think the person does. But you do need to percieve one. You need to HAVE a reason, the other person doesn't GIVE you a reason.
>>35147348And you think that reason is fundamentally something they have to be looking for? That's quite presumptuous.All the same, it's been cool but I've been in this discussion long enough.
>>35147372>And you think that reason is fundamentally something they have to be looking for?And this too I never said. It needs to be something that appeals to you, obviously you won't form a positive attachment to a person for having character traits that you hate.
>>35147393You refuse to give up on external criteria, eh?But that's still not right. It's possible to make friends and describe people as friends not because they had any quality you were looking for but because you decided that you yourself wanted friends and it didn't matter what kind of people they were. And once you decided on that you started recoloring your perception along those lines to maintain that friendship.Again internal world vs outer world.Anyhow, really, I've been around long enough here and I'm not even sure where this conversation is headed anymore (okay, actually I know exactly how to backtrack back to the original points, but really, I'm tired of this now) so I'm out.
>>35147421see you next thread
>>35147198Martin clearly has anger issues.Alex is impossible to tell right now, possibly some kind of mental illnes or compulsive behavior.I fuckig wished I knew whats wrong with Maria, dissasociated personality ? But her sanity is called stable, she might just actually be completly mentally healthy and gotten here for without actually being a killer personality.The others are impossible to tell since we haven't seen them act really.
>>35147421>And once you decided on that you started recoloring your perception along those lines to maintain that friendship.But thats just you changing your critertia.You having broader criteria doesn't mean having none.If you say "I don't care what kind of person" usually it doesn't mean you would literally describe anyone as friend.Although that brings us back to the fact that "friend" has different meaning to different people.And there is nothing external about them, I don't know where you keep pulling these words I never say.
>>35147467Because you keep mentioning criteria by which to judge people to maintain a specific definition of friend.>If you say "I don't care what kind of person" usually it doesn't mean you would literally describe anyone as friend.It could mean "anyone at this moment I feel like I should have friends who could accept a definition of friendship regardless of whether or not friendship is reciprocated along the same lines"Augh, really now. This is the last post in this thread.I'm out.
>>35147439I can't wait till I get to show what is wrong with maria
>>35147498>who could accept a definition of friendship regardless of whether or not friendship is reciprocated along the same linesDo you realise that this is a criteria ? Because it is.>specific definition of friendThere is no such thing.Really the whole problem is you continuing to derail the argument into things it simply isn't about to dodge the crux of the issue.>But when you start by killing your family and then roast your classmates alive just because, it goes to show you're not the kind of person to hold those kinds of attachments for either your family or your peers.You claimed this. And I pointed out how that is wrong, because her not having formed those kind attachments to the people she knew at home, doesn't imply anything about her ability to form attachments to people who could be classed into the categories of "family" and "peers". It only means he didn't form any with those individuals she knew there that fell into these categories, but its entirely possible she meets people that are her "peers" that she does form attachments to. The same for family.Thats it.
>>35147509Shes just like her Chinese video games
>>35147509I can't wait for you to show us.I hope she's secretly yandere
>>35147663My lips are sealed
>>35147701Yep time to start slipping her sleeping pills so she dosn't do anything while we sleep`
>>35147753No way that can bite you in the ass
>>35147784 Well if she is into that kind of thing ..
>>35147784Would be better to put some extremely deadly poison in the schools water supply. The less students there are the less likely it is that somebody will kill us.
>>35147791 ok that's pretty funny
>>35147830Have Layla ever had any boyfriends/relationships?
>>35147846back in part one, I was thinking about putting that in her backstory, but I couldn't fit it in well.So no, she has not
>>35147855Poor Layla. Kissless virgin at 17.Not that she cares about stuff like that.
>>35147969She can't handle that sort of thing.
>>35147999Odds are she won't need to.
>>35148025Exactly, Maria will handle that for her.
>>35147969Doesn't mean that's he's a virgin, if she is a impulsive and looking for buzzes she probaly fucked some random guy(s) at a party
>>35148127Maybe, but I don't think it is very likely.
>>35148127I doubt she went to parties, thats not her kind of fun.She doesn't seem very interested in that kind of thing in general. Not how when asked for interests, she was noted to have unusually little interest in lewd stuff.She seems to only get lewd for explosions and murder.
>>35148161And Maria's chinese cartoon games
>>35148194Didn't seem to appeal to her.
>>35148198>you the decide to open one of the ones with FemMc and>You let out a yelp at the sight before you, and you scramble to exit the scene before you, blushing furiously and nearly knocking over some bottles of water
>>35148209>>35148223Blushing furiously doesn't mean they appealed to her, just because she considered them lewd.
>>35148161Yeah but it sounds like she was a weird one at high school and people always invite them so people can laugh at them, beat them up or some shit like that. And if she's hot they could have tried to pressure her into going to fuck her
>>35148240That means it had to at some base level anon, if she was disgusted or something, she would have had another reaction
>>35148312She could have been one of those people who was simply ignored. Not weird enough to be bullied, but not one you become friends with.
>>35148312But she wasn't one of the weird ones, she was a completly ordinary goal that justr didn't socialise much. Her Bio says as much. And really, does she seem like seomeone who would go to a party because she is invited ?
>>35147855Keep missing this since the first, finally caught up.Thanks for running!
>>35148435That reminds me that the guy who wrote our bio recommended we just be killed.That suggests that Layla is a lot "worse" than the average student.
>>35148514Might have something to do with how she murdered one of his partners.But as far as we can tell by now, she really is worse than the average here.
>>35148528What disturbed him most was the paralyzation/fire stuff. The fact she wanted to kill them painfully.>Boss, for the love of all that is good and holy do not let this psychopath in the school, we got the autopsies of the victims of the fire, everyone of them had trace of a paralyzing agent in their blood, They were aware as they were roasted alive, you have to be fucked in the head to condemn someone to that fate.There's also this bit that interests me:>Her internet search history shows she has a disturbing interest in poisons and explosives, as well as some interesting forms of entertainment. I wonder what the "interesting forms of entertainment" was.
>>35148575>Some obscure old cartoon shows, a couple of more fringe animes, documentaries about conspiracies, Subscribed to a digital magazine about how most forms of explosives, mechanisms, and other things work several videos about the supernatural downloaded and saved. Very little of her search history shows anything that could be considered lewd
>>35148639Good catch, didn't see it there on the bottom of the thread.So she doesn't follow any main stream tv-series, likes conspiracy documentaries and (probably) doesn't mastrubate.A bit less interesting than I'd imagined.I wonder if there was any over-arching theme to the old cartoons, but I'm probably reading to much into it.
>>35148739>A bit less interesting than I'd imagined.I imagine boredom was part of why she did all her psycho antics.
>>35147855Thanks for running Headmaster. Great thread
>>35148794Probably a mix of boredom and morbid curiosity. OP did say the only reason she poisoned her parents was because she wanted to test out the poisons she'd made.
>>35148739I fear our charming protagonist may have been a normalfag.Luckily Maria is here to save her.
>>35148849She'll hopefully raise Layla's powerlevel.