character sheet: http://pastebin.com/rZQ8vVBdprevious threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=crusader+questThread 5 didn't archive fully: http://archive.moe/tg/thread/34542810/#q34542810Part 10It is the Year of Our Lord, 1134.You are Wilhelm of Koblenz, and you are retiring for the night. As a guest of Count Hugh of Jaffa, you had spent the day embroiled in conspiracy and the night entertained with a lively feast. On the morrow you would be joining the Count for a lion hunt but for now you would need to find your strength as you were still recovering from wounds taken in battle only four days past.The room provided for you is spacious, a generous lot for a landless knight. A wide bed and oak chest at its foot, your arms and armour carefully set in the far corner. It was more lordly than knightly. Count Hugh treated his guests well.It looked inviting. Good wine and good food, coupled with your drained health, made the pillows look quite inviting. Your boots were weights upon your feet making every step a slog and you'd like nothing more than a good sleep, even if the hour was still earlier than usual. You muffled a yawn with the back of your hand.> get some sleep> try to stay up a little longer (roll 1d100, best of three)
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>35180605GET A TWITTER> try to stay up a little longer (roll 1d100, best of three)IOVETTA. OR SOLLY
>>35180605>Get some sleepIt's been a long few days
>>35180726Staying up STRONK
>>35180605> get some sleep
>>35180605Stay up.Unless going to sleep means we see anyone.What're we doing tomorrow anyway?
>>35181008A lion hunt.
>>35181048WELPGET THAT SLEEPNOW
>>35180605> get some sleepNigga we gotta hunt lions with a fractured arm tommorow.
>tfw 21 today>crusader quest is runningHell a birthday present HF
>>35181228I remember my 21st. Have you had your first legal beer yet?
>>35181261I had my first legal beer three years ago (Ausfag here)
>>35181284Oh, well happy birthday then. Hopefully there's something unique for you today.
With a lion's hunt on the morrow you think it best to retire immediately rather than put it off. Neither squire nor slave are there to assist you. You strip off alone, gingerly drawing the sleeve off your fractured arm. Your sword you loop by belt around the leg of the bed stand, and you draw yourself under the covers.Sleep takes you quickly with a content and restful yawn. All this time of travel through the rocky dry lands of Jerusalem had made bed rest a rare but welcome treat.You are awake too soon, with sunlight through your window and Hugo rousing you with a hand."Up, sir, up," he urged as you blinked sleep from your eyes."I'm awake," you say through a yawn, drawing from the bed. No sign of your slave still. Hugo had your clothes prepared.As he dressed you he spoke a little of the night before. "There were jugglers brought out," he said, "And a bear that danced." A spectacle, but your mind was on the coming hunt. You had been hunting before, of course. You'd hunted bear and wolf, as well as deer and boar. But you'd never hunted properly the big cats of Asia and Africa, and you had heard they were cunning and dangerous foes.A lion hunt was no casual matter. How should you dress?> as if for war, with shield and armour> as if for a common hunt, comfortable but protected> as if for court, and bring your harp as well
>>35181500> as if for war, with shield and armourAfter our last encounter, I don't want us dying again
>>35181500Bring the shield, but no armor. Not sure if that falls under common hunt.
>>35181500> as if for a common hunt, comfortable but protectedArmour would be overkill & court is little good seriously what the hell would we do with a harp?
>>35181500Wait, where is Chiri?FIND CHIRI DAMN IT
>>35181555This.I don't want a welf Mk.2
>>35181577Hugh is more likely to be in danger here than our slave is. Hey, now there's an idea..
>>35181500>>> as if for a common hunt, comfortable but protectedWe don't want the other guys to laugh at us for being overprotected
>>35181555>>35181577we can Inquire while we dress.> as if for a common hunt, comfortable but protected
>>35181539>>35181531Wouldn't you hunt lions with big spears or ranged weapons? A shield would be superfluous.
>>35181727These guys apparently did it with full battle equipment whenever they were bored of murdering Koreans.
>>35181727Probably would have saved Alain's ass.
You decide to forgo excessive arms and armour, though you belt your new sword and wear your maile. As Hugo assists you to dress you think to ask."Have you seen Chihirizahd at all?"He nods. "I saw her by the kitchens last night with Lord Baldwin of Ramla."Hmm.When you were dressed and fitted properly, you and your squire left for the courtyard. It was along the way that you saw your slave. Her hair was mussed and she was dressed in humbler clothes. She gave you a smile and slipped up close."I've news for you if you have the time," she spoke softly with her head down so none but you could hear, "Come find me in the stables before you depart."And then she was gone again, shutting herself away in your room.You had little else but to continue to the courtyard, where you found the assembled hunting party. Count Hugh had a clutch of spears in hand, his head wrapped under a shading cloth like some desert living Bedouin. He smiled to see you and handed you one of the spears.A kennel master was present with long dogs in hand, big and short furred beasts with heavy jaws. Some local mastiff. Lord Baldwin and Pons were present, as was Sir Raymond and Orlando, but the others were retired. Men-at-arms were armed for the hunting, as well as squires. It was a large host of hunters, almost a small war band."Sleeping off too much wine," Count Hugh said of the lords unrepresented. "We shall be ready to leave in the hour. Take what preparations you must."> slip away to meet Chihirizahd in the stable> seek a companion to join you for the hunt
>>35181931>> slip away to meet Chihirizahd in the stableLets see what she has been up to
>>35181931> slip away to meet Chihirizahd in the stabletell her to tell us after the hunt in our chambers as a stable is hardly the safest place for quiet words.I Just realised Chiri is perfectly specd to be a spy.
>>35181974>tell her to tell us after the hunt in our chambers as a stable is hardly the safest place for quiet words.You do know that it might be about the hunt ?
>>35181931> slip away to meet Chihirizahd in the stableSee must have been snooping around among some of the nobles, remember last time we last saw her dancing with sir raymond
>>35181987well no, no I didn't
>>35181987If it isn't about the hunt we should tell her to wait till later yes?
>35182100Lets just hear her out, she is a smart girl i am pretty sure she wouldnt waste our time for no reason
>>35181931>Slip awayAlso, checking out the character sheet. We should get Hugo a sword and some armor. All he's got now is a spear and gambeson.
>>35182125And we have plenty from the loot after the bandits, we should also buy him a gift for his birthday tomorrow. I was thinking about a really good quality knife
>>35182117It's not a matter of wasting time I don't doubt she has interesting news , I just doubt the security of her confiding in the stable & that if it's not important in terms of the hunt it could wait till later in the evening.
You bid Lord Hugh his leave and he grants it easily. The stables aren't far, you slip in to them and wait only a while before Chihirizahd slips in with you. She has her hair covered under a tight wrapping and looked for all the world like a modest young Muslim woman, only her face bare. It was in a strange way appealing to see her so modestly dressed."M'lord," she said, slipping up beside you with a curtsy.Before you talk you check to see if you are being listened in on, but a sweep of the stables says you are alone, with only blustering horses for company."You had something to tell me?" you asked.She nodded. "Lord Ramla, he is a dangerous man," she said, "He is not all with his lord. I saw him this morning send off messenger birds, I believe in the direction of Jerusalem and another flying south. I did not read the full message, but I saw names, and yours was one of them."A spy, perhaps for King Fulk or some other power in the Holy City.But how exactly had she come to see this message be sent? You looked down on your slave, and she looked up at you. Only her face to show and it was much troubled by what she had said.> how did you discover this?> thank you Chihirizahd
>>35182270>> how did you discover this?
>>35182270> thank you ChihirizahdI think we have a good Idea of ''how'' she discovered this.
>>35182270> how did you discover this?> thank you ChihirizahdMake sure to show concern
>>35182270> thank you ChihirizahdGive her the biggest kiss possible, then we are off to warn lord hughShe can tell us how she got it once we return
>>35182270> how did you discover this?> thank you Chihirizahd
>>35182270>Thank you ChilihizahdRemmber folks one option or the other doing both screws us over most the time.
>>35182323>>35182358she discovered this by sleeping with someone Pon's son Raymond
Thank her, kiss her, have a quickie if possible
>>35182411>have a quickie if possibleWe should probably get armed instead
>>35182402We al know that, we just don't know it in character
>>35182270> how did you discover this?
>>35182428I'm not that fussed about it. She used to be a prostitute, so it's not like she's a stranger to other mens dicks.
>>35182428It's suggested as such by her actions that not before it's not a massive leap in logic in character to make the connection.
>>35182451Obviously some people are fussed.
>>35182423But we didnt shag her last thread
>>35182451so long no seed was spilled inside i am not too fuzzed about it
>>35182460It's karma for slavezoning her when she mentioned she was a pagan.
>>35182455I am pretty upset, but not raging upset, more like boner upset
>>35182497we offered her freedom, she refused.......>>35182500Willhelm is not one for Monogamy anon you should know this.....
>>35182520Did my post implied monogamy? I strife for Yvette ending with Chiri as fucktoy and 3 some material
>>35182520>>we offered her freedom, she refused.......Do you think that sequence went well? We broke her heart but she decided to stay for the D.
>>35182270>Thank you ChihirizahdMaybe we should find Sol... and our armor.
>>35182520He IS one for harem, however.Open relationships are another matter
>>35182568Christ don't you realise the voting period has been over for ages? It's been almost 20 minutes.>>35182563Breaking her heart is the wrong word, more like we're simply incompatible through the ways of the world
>>35182563Not really? The pagan part was bad yes, but offering freedom and the fucking after balanced it outThe bad one is when we scold her in the dressing room, she is a girl for fuck sake
>>35182613The pagan part was good, we handled that well.The dressing room part was also good, but she IS a slave, and I'm pretty sure giving fancy dresses to slaves isn't routine.
>>35182613>The bad one is when we scold her in the dressing room, she is a girl for fuck sakeI was pretty annoyed about that aswell. We should only really do that kind of stuff if she makes us look bad so we will be forced to punish her.
>>35182613>>35182651She was searching through our shit, she should only be doing that with our permission.Not to mention the whole dress affair itself
>>35182647BUT WE CAN BE NICER ANONSHE HAS ENOUGH SHIT IN HER LIFE CHIRI DID NOTHING WRONG
>>35182558no but we are going to have to use Chiri in order to achieve anything in this era & that will Inevitably involve her sleeping around with men & women.>>35182563she took it badly, we need to make sure she knows we didn't want to be rid of her but in fact wanted to do her a kindness.>>35182569really he should have been born muslim.>>35182613hey rifling through others things without permission & doing things that could easily be misconstrued is not okay & we only scolded her because she needs to know that there are things that she cannot do.
>>35182697hey rifling through others things without permission & doing things that could easily be misconstrued is not okay & we only scolded her because she needs to know that there are things that she cannot do.She probably went through our dear nuns bags because she know she is lying about her and "Judith" and wanted to find out about what, she is probably not even bleeding
"How did you discover this?" you ask, though you suspected you already knew."Lord Ramla...took me to his bed last night," she said it with a slight hesitation, watching for your reaction, "I spied his scribbling in the predawn, and flounced over him to get a better read but he was suspicious and struck me away before I could do more than glance at the notes."She touched your shoulder. "I did not like his manners last night, thought there was something strange about him at the feast. The way he watched without...anyway. We did not talk much, he was not interested in talk. But there are ways for a woman to get the measure of a man. And I think I have his full measure." She made a bitter face and looked as if to spit, "Be careful of him, he is a greedy soul."You take her by the chin and kiss the sour expression away. She came up on toes to answer your kiss. "Thank you Chihirizahd," you said, and she fell back to the flat of her feet with a bright red flush across her face."I thought you might be angry," she said, no small amount of shame in her voice."You might have saved my life," you replied, running a hand over her head covering."You have saved me in so many ways, my body is no longer important next to your life," she replied, clutching the front of her robes. "I would do whatever was needed, to keep you whole.""I am lucky to have such a vigilant servant," you said, "But be careful you do not put yourself at needless risk over a hunch.""Yes, master," she replied, leaning against your chest. When she broke she had a smile, and kissed you on the chin. "Let me be out of these things, and when you return I shall be your slave Chihirizahd once more." And she left you then to prepare for the hunt.(cont)
You returned to find Count Hugh and his men mounted. Hugo waited with reins of your horse in hand, spear in the other.You mount in a single motion and Hugo hands you your spear before taking his own horse."Let us be on our way," Count Hugh said.And the party began out the castle gates and through the town.Jaffa was a coastal port, of sand coloured brick and tight packed streets, but the main thoroughfair gave your party room enough to ride abreast. Townsfolk came to bid their lord a good day and happy hunting, a popular cheer going up for the Count.His folk were Muslim and Christian in equal measure, but no Jews could you spy among their ranks.Malik rode with his lordship, and Orlando kept with Sir Raymond. Lord Baldwin and Pons rode furthest behind.When you were out of the town and you were heading south inland."We must be wary, lions are no easy game," Count Hugh said. The big lion mastiffs ran aside his horse, keen to get some hunting.These lions had been plaguing a farming community in the south, a Muslim holding, and had started to take people as well as stock."A male pride, young bachelors bound together," Count Hugh explained."Where ever young bachelors travel in numbers, trouble follows," Pons said to the laughter of the older men."And where ever old men ride there is only the grumbling of days gone by and the creak of old bones," his son Raymond shot back.Count Hugh designated a camp in the highlands. "We sound out hounds first to bring the lions to bay, and we close in for the kill in the afternoon," Count Hugh explained, "To tire the animals before an engagement is made."Some hours yet before the hunting proper would begin. The squires and servants were erecting tents to keep the hot sun from scorching, and preparing some food. All seemed in good cheer.> nominate a companion to speak with> keep your mind focused on the coming hunt
>>35182935>That acceptance of what happenedJust nooooooo
Oh shit nigger this is so sweet I got diabeetus
>>35182960>> nominate a companion to speak with Lord Hugh, should probably inform him of what we know. Or atleast talk to him about our prisoner and ransom
>>35182960> keep your mind focused on the coming huntOhoho, fuck doing anything else, I remember that guy being OHKO'd by a tiger
>>35182935Aww man Chiri is best servant!>>35182960We should keep our focus for the hunt tonight as I feel our war score is low enough as it is compared to Solobro, speaking of he with us on this or Not/
>>35182960> nominate a companion to speak withLord Hugh, prehaps mention we have heard sinister things.
Focus on the hunt35183006Chirizahd best zahd
>>35183006Solomon is not with you.
>>35183010changing to>> keep your mind focused on the coming huntalso we should get a Lions mane/pelt as a cloak to compliment our helm
>>35182960>Lord HughAsk about our prisoner, and what we can expect for him.Also, see if we can get our hands on one of those mastiffs, but don't accept one as a gift if he offers.
>>35182960> nominate a companion to speak withLord Hugh
You decide to keep your focus on the hunt. The lion you had killed had been a powerful beast despite being rib-showing and hungry. If these beasts were better fed and in number you might have more challenge. You remember what even a weak lion had managed to do to poor Sir Alain with a single swipe of its claw.Orlando was drinking heavily with Sir Raymond, and your squire was going through some spear techniques with a man-at-arms, checking spear head and butt in passing blows. You took your own spear in hand, balanced the weight of it, gave some experimental thrusts.You would ride only part the way and approach the lions on foot, the horses too troubled by lion smell to be reliable. It was expected the lions would kill some of the dogs, so they had set forth a large pack of ten mastiffs with kennel men in tow.It was intended that after the hunt was done the lords would remain in the field for the night, and dinner was already being prepared by the servants. Fires made and pots on the boil.Count Hugh was in conversation with Lord Baldwin of Ramla when the oliphant horn bleated out three beats."The hunt is begun, they are run to ground!" Sir Hugh cries, lifting himself into the saddle. A cheer goes up and you are soon mounted too.> race ahead to be the first into the fray> keep a pace with the others> hang back and watch the hunters
>>35183364>> hang back and watch the huntersOught to be careful. I expect tricks and schemes
>>35183364> keep a pace with the othersWe have a lion helm, and hence nothing to prove here.
>>35183364> keep a pace with the otherswe would be fucked up even if we had two good arms
Keep the pace, hanging back could backfire if lion is flanking us
>>35183364Slightly ahead of the others. Enough to be noticeable, but not enough to get skullfucked by a lion because we don't have back up.
>>35183364>> keep a pace with the othersWALL OF SPEARS
You keep apace and are soon riding beside Count Hugh. He is laughing into the wind, high in the saddle with spear ready. Some others struggle to keep up, Sir Raymond and Orlando who are both drunk. But when you come to near the lions the horses are drawn up and you dismount. The squires keep the horses in hand while the men creep forward, spears ready.You have a nervous each as you hear a deep throated yowl rip out. It was hard scrub land, with only some trees for shade and a knee high grass that gray'd under the sun. You wipe sweat from your forehead, and felt a jolt of nervous energy.It seemed all men were gripped with it.You crept in a ring up onto the ground the lions held.Four beasts, large manned and powerful, stood at bay with large dogs rounding them. One of the dogs lay dead, opened at the neck, while the others growled and snapped.The lions seemed as nervous as the hunters, heads flicking about to catch sight of their enemies.Count Hugh steps forth with spear outstretched."Fortune is found in boldness," he said to you with a grin, and then gave a shout.> charge at the nearest lion alone (roll 1d100, average of three)> match the one Count Hugh attacks (roll 1d100, average of three)> hang back a step and watch
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>35183637>> match the one Count Hugh attacks (roll 1d100, average of three)
DDDDDDDEEEEEEUUUUSSSSSHang back actually, fuck lions
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>35183637>> match the one Count Hugh attacks (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>35183637> match the one Count Hugh attacks (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>35183637> match the one Count Hugh attacks (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>35183637> match the one Count Hugh attacks (roll 1d100, average of three)Lions can be scared by groups advancing with confidence towards them. They'd rather not risk their pelts unless necessary.
>>35183675>>35183680Goodbye, Count Hugh
>>3518370149.3 is meh, thats why I vote to hang back
>>35183751It could have been much worse>>35183694>>35183700
>>35183820Indeed, our WAR is 74 so we need to roll 26 or lower to botched it, average of 3 works if normdist is what you are aiming
>>35183866our WAR is 74 if we are wielding Lord Hughes blade......we're not wielding that blade.
>>35183897Its still an average roll
>>35183897It's equipped, so yes we are.
You match Count Hugh for thrust, when you close upon the head lion. It reared up and struck out, and near the length of the spear was enough to save you. Your tip strikes it through the ribs, and the weight of it suddenly falling is near enough to twist the spear from your hand, enough in fact to drop you to your knees with a loud surprised 'ha!'. Still you kept your spear in hand, and up to keep the lion from closing, as it retreated with powerful grace from the bloodied tip. Count Hugh had scored a cut to its shoulder, and it was retreating into the shadow of a tree."Keep your feet," Hugh chided, "You live and die on your feet." You kept steady pace together, and with the next thrust would have fallen at the lion's strike had Hugh not caught you by the shoulder. "Like the melee!" he laughed in your ear and you pressed forward together, spears sinking into the mane, plunging forward until a sudden gush of red dyed the ring of fur. It danced a little, its beard now red, before giving a last great yelp and collapsing dead, two spear shafts standing from its neck.The other lions were still fighting, and you saw a struggle. Sir Orlando and Sir Raymond were both struggling with theirs, some men-at-arms trying to help them but Sir Raymond waving them off."This is noble sport!" he said with a drunken thunder.His father Count Pons was not so consumed by bravado, and worked with his soldiers to bring their lion down.Te very last lion was tangled with dogs, rolling and pawing at the hounds as they ripped at its haunches, and Lord Baldwin was laughing as he directed squires to attack it with flung darts and slings, some times striking the hunting dogs.> help Orlando and Raymond> help Count Pons> help Lord Baldwin
Rolled 5, 2, 5 = 12 (3d6)Testing 3d6
>>35183935> help Orlando and RaymondHelp Orlando!
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>35183935> help Orlando and RaymondRaymond and Orlando are drunk, Pons has his in hand & Baldwin is effectively our enemy.
Rolled 2, 1, 6 = 9 (3d6)HELP Orlando
>>35183935> help Count PonsIf Orlando can work Raymond, let him. We'll warn or congratulate him later.
Rolled 3, 6, 5 = 14 (3d6)In GURPS our war is around 13, so lets see if we keep succeeding
>>35183935>Help the dogsFuck Baldwin, but those dogs need some assistance.
>>35183935>help orlandoHe's drunk as fuck he won't survive a lion encounter
>Help OrlandoHe thinks we don't wub him, so we need to make him think we doooo
>>35183935>Help Orlando Bloomhe's going to wind up getting killed at this rate...
>>35183935Help ORLANDODo not help RAYFUCKER
A 9, 14 and 12That is 11.6, that means we are going to pass a normal difficulty WAR test with 13 WARSo 3d6 roll under is better than 3d100 average
>>35184101butthurt anon pls
They might deny common help, but you are no commoner. You close in with spar tip at the lion's flank, and distrat it enough with scoured thrusts across its hind quarters that Raymond is able to make a good strike that puts the beast on three legs, its right foremost a bloody mess, and then finishing it with a barreling charge, bowling the beast over into a crumpled pile.The bachelor lions each died in turn. Count Hugh moved up to put the baited creature Lord Baldwin had fought out of its misery, its coat so torn up by ripped mouthfuls as to be useless for display.Hugh scowled at the sight of three dying dogs around the dead lion, and one of the squires nursed a slashed armed. But he did not admonish Lord Baldwin publicly."Aye, thanks," Raymond said, bashing you across the shoulder with spear shaft, grinning from ear to ear."We had it in hand," Orlando said however, striding past you to his horse.The squires and men-at-arms collected the lion corpses carried them heaped upon a litter.Hugo returned for you your horse. The sun had crossed the sky and was beginning its descent.Count Hugh dictated one of the corpses should be taken to the nearest village and paraded for them to see, while the others would be skinned and fashioned into gifts.You returned to your camp to find food prepared."Come by my camp later," Hugh said.You see Orlando sitting with Lord Baldwin, sharing another cup of wine. He seemed sour with you for interfering. Raymond seemed ready to pass out under the sober eye of his father.> nominate a group to spend the night with
>>35184211Ah jeeze fine if he wants to be a sour puss for not learning to accept help when its freely given then bully on him, jeeze what a dick.Head over to Hughy lets see what he has to say.
>>35184211> nominate a group to spend the night withOrlando or hughI'm worried Orlando may fall into Baldwins orbit if we Interfere too much but we really can't do nothing.
>>35184211Jesus, Orlando's just determined to be a little bitch, isn't he? We might want to help him fall off his horse repeatedly one of these days.
>>35184211>>35184211Sit with Hugh, and invite Orlando to sit with us. Try to keep Baldwin's influence from making gaps in his trust in us.
Orlando get your shit together jesus fuck, how Uchiha can you be holy shit
>>35184211Orlando or Hugh.Thinking Hugh, warn him about the letters and talk to him about our prisoner, if we should ransom him to the king or the sultan
>>35184211>> nominate a group to spend the night withCount PonsHe seems like a wise Lord, we have much to discuss. Leave Orlando to bitch and moan to Baldwin.
>>35184211CHIRIUnless this is the point hugh asked for us, then him
>>35184285actually hey this is good, it lets orlando know we ''trust'' in him and we catch up with Hugh
>>35184312Chiri isnt with us, she is waiting for us back at the castle
>>35184211> nominate a group to spend the night withHugh, unless we can add a congrats to Orlando too
>>35184312Chihirizahd is back in Jaffa.
>>35184326I don't trust him to do shit. The only thing he's done useful so far is introduce us to the madam of that brothel.
>>35184326mis quoted, was meant for >>35184290
>>35184343thus the ''trust'' part
>>35184211We should probably also ask sir Hugh if we can keep Chiri and Franz in Jaffa while we are in Jerusalem, their kind is not allowed to enter the city.Franz might, but we need someone to look after Chiri while we are gone. And we can use him just to be sure
>>35184211Lets talk with count Hugh
You move toward Count Hugh's fire, but stop to see Orlando. "Come drink with us my friend," you said, tugging at his sleeve.Seeing Count Hugh waiting he stands and bids Lord Baldwin a night. "What a day," Orlando said, dabbing at his shirt, "Would that I had put up a better show of it, eh?" He seemed a tad embarrassed, and offered you his wine skin. You took a small drink as you came to sit by Count Hugh's fire."Hail and be welcome," the Count said, motioning to the seats set. Malik reclined in one of them, drinking a cup of water.You took a seat across from the pair, and Orlando took the one next to you but slipped and spilled on the ground, too drunk to keep his station."Alcohol," Malik said the word with a distaste, mouth ringing.Hugh laughed and drank from a cup of wine, ate a slice of pork. "Muslims and their hang ups," he said, "What distractions must you have instead of fine drinking?"Malik made a motion with his hand, the curves of breasts and hips. "Fine women," he said, to everyone's amusement.The Hugh's attention turned to you. "Sir Wilhelm, you carry yourself well," he said, "I thought you might balk or be overeager at the hunt today, but you kept your head." He did not look at Orlando as he spoke, but his words were meant for him as well."My thanks," you replied.> tell him about Lord Baldwin's birds> compliment him on his own hunting
>>35184290actually Inviting orlando would also deflect suspicions of collusion between us & Hugh so I'll second this
>>35184546> compliment him on his own huntingAsk if there were any messages the covenant needed to send yesterday to Jerusalem
>>35184546>> compliment him on his own huntingthen lead into talk of little birds
>>35184546supporting this>>35184568Also when we are done talking about this, ask about having Chiri and Franz stay in Jaffa when we head for Jerusalem
>>35184546Keep the birds to ourselves while around people that might not be on our side. In fact, when anyone but us and Hugh are around. >Compliment his own hunting, and ask about the dogs
>>35184597I don want them to stay at Jaffa for the very fact Shadowrunning seems to be happening, I want them as FAR AWAY from Jaffa as possible.Besides, I think Judith could get away with letting them in
>>35184568Supporting this. Depending on his answer, we may need to request an audience later.
>>35184546> tell him about Lord Baldwin's birdsIn private, of course. Away from curious minds after the meal. Inquire first if he knows of any reason for Baldwin to act so, and what his views of him are. Meanwhile, > compliment him on his own hunting
"I was lucky to have so adept a partner," you say, giving a toast to the Count. He grins but shrugs."I have hunted lions since I was a boy," he said, "Like most things, experiece is the best teacher. Had all our hunters carried themselves like you mayhap we'd have more gifts to show for it." His eyes moved to Lord Baldwin at that, a hint of annoyance in his eye. They were four dogs short of the original ten, and Lord Baldwin had much to do with that."I had a question I'd hoped to ask you," he said, "If I may.""Ask it," you could not rightly refuse."I think you might have call to visit the Queen while in Jerusalem, I would have you give her a letter," he said, "From me, and me alone."And not, presumably, from the other members of your covenant. He had the letter in hand, sealed with red wax."I think you are a trust worthy sort, Wilhelm," he said, "Such men are rare in this land."You could not refuse such a gesture, and pocketed the note."And you have cause not to trust your own men?" you asked.Hugh grimaced but shrugged. "Perhaps, perhaps not," he said, "I trust my constable most of all my vassals, the others? They have their own wants and desires. Whether that means they will betray me I cannot say. But so far they have kept true."The night was winding, and some song was struck at another fire. Men were retiring for the night. Orlando snoozed at the foot of his seat and Malik gave deep yawns.You had spent much of the night speaking on casual matters. Count Hugh struggled for children with his older wife, who was Lord Gerard's widowed mother, and of his cousin King Roger of Sicily. They both shared a fondness for Muslim company it seemed, King Roger had made a companion of Muslim scribe Al'Idrisi.When it comes to your family you speak only a little of your younger sisters. Neither were yet of a suitable marriageable age, though little Mathilde was coming up on twelve years.> tell Hugh of the birds> retire for the night
>>35185045>> tell Hugh of the birds
>>35185045Only if someone's awake. And ask. About. The dogs.
>>35185045> tell Hugh of the birdsKeep it vague enough that one would have put pieces together in order to get the jist of it.
>>35185141If no one else is awake*I'm dumb.
>>35185045> tell Hugh of the birdsMention someone saw them being sent early in the morning, since we woke up early and had some time.
>>35185045>When it comes to your family you speak only a little of your younger sisters. Neither were yet of a suitable marriageable age, though little Mathilde was coming up on twelve years.Do we have any brothers beside Hugo?
"I have heard a story," you said, "That the birds that fly between here and Jerusalem fly on strange winds.""Oh?" Hugh sits forward, brow drawn low.You nod. "Strange birds too, the exotic sort that can mimic speech and repeat what they are told.""And why do these birds fly only 'tween here and Jerusalem?" he asked, stirring the fire with a stick.You thought on how to phrase it. "The smell of dead dogs drives them," you ate some pork."Hmm, and how did you come to be so learned in the habits of birds?" he asked."Dogs in heat are rarely mindful of bitches," it was not an elegant metaphor for your slave, but you saw a flick across Hugh's face that assured you he understood."When you return from Jerusalem we should talk about dogs I think," he said, "I will need good loyal dogs to replace those I've lost."Now what could he mean by that? You think you knew.You retired for the night, Hugo having prepared your tent. He took a post beside your bed. It would be his birthday on the morrow.You slept, and dreamed of brilliant blond lions ripped apart by short furred brown dogs.-The morning came and with it the packing up of the camp. Your brother was preparing your horse.> take over his duties for a birthday gift, and act as his squire for the day> gift him something from your equipment (nominate an item)> leave him to his work
>>35185452No, only two younger sisters.
>>35185474Don't act as his squire. Some things shouldn't be fucked with. He'll be a knight soon enough.Give him the chess set.
>>35185474>> gift him something from your equipment (nominate an item)Maile shirt and a Nasal Bar Helm. We already gave him that horse he has aswell. But we can buy a proper gift for him once we return
>>35185474Ya know what I figure that letting him be knight for a day might be a pretty cool big brother thing to do, lets go with the first option
>>35185474I second this guy.>>35185545
>>35185540>>35185545Both of these.>>35185550If we weren't in the company of the lords, I'd agree
>>35185474> leave him to his workWe'll buy him something later, then chide him about Sabeen. Hell, we could play a tune so he can dance with her.
>>35185474Maybe we could try get him a lion pelt?
>>35185650Yeah, we have appearances to keep. This shit ain't a game.
>>35185474>leave him to his workWe can surprise him later when we actually have a gift
You mount up and cuff the boy. "Happy birthday little brother," you said, with a returned grin from him. The returning always seemed faster than the leaving, and it was not a long ride to return to Jaffa.You came upon Solomon and Franz in the township itself, managing a tally, a small herd of horses between them."Spoils of our battle," Solomon said, "Though Malik and the Count have taken their share first." It was six good horses, saddled in all."I'll have a list for you waiting, for you to inspect" Franz said.You rode past into the castle and were greeted by servants and soldiers, who took your horses and fetched refreshments. Hugh drank deep of his cup. The other sirs and lords were similarly occupied, some 'unburdening' themselves by the stable walls."I suppose you will be on the road shortly," Hugh said, "To catch Jerusalem before Easter's approach." He stretched out his back and shoulders, glad to be back in his own domain."Aye," you say, you would need to be at a constant pace to catch the right date. He took you by the wrist and grinned."I'd be remiss if I sent you off unaccompanied," he said, "I shall send a man and some troops with you."> that's not necessary> my thanks
>>35185974>> my thanksMalik and Sabeen!
>>35185974>my thanksLets not insult our friend who is a lord and waaay above our station now shall we gents?
>>35185974Wait, where did they get horses from?
Rolled 15, 2 = 17 (2d20)>>35185974>> my thanks
>>35185974Yeah, ask for Malik. Even though he's now allowed inside Jerusalem, he's trustworthy and will help us get there.Though the manner in which Hugh is "offering" seems kind of threatening to me.
>>35186077He knows we are escorting the princess obiviously, he wants to make sure we are enough to protect her
>>35186077>Though the manner in which Hugh is "offering" seems kind of threatening to me.That seems a little paranoid to me. He likes us and thinks we are useful.
>>35185974>>35186077Malik or nothing.
>>35185974> my thanksEnough to not have our horsemen keep watch. Open enough to not be bothered by Solomon.Officially we know of Judith, not Ioveta. Unless Malik commented a suspicion.
"Perhaps Malik would be free?" you ask, but Hugh laughs."I'm afraid I need him here," he said, "But his daughter perhaps, and some of his men. No I had a mind for another."He drums up a man, a fellow in maille to his knees and carrying shield and sword, a conical helm on his head, wearing Count Hugh's device on his surcoat. He had a long mustache that fell past his chin, and had eyes much like a scent hound, red rung and drooping."Tancred, you are to act as a bodyguard for Sir Wilhelm," he said."Yes sir," the man spoke in a Norman accent that was oddly high pitched."Tancred is a man-at-arms of mine, a good fighter and loyal," he said."Ten footmen with me, we march well," Tancred said, "We shan't slow you.""My thanks," you say, accepting Tancred into your service.When all was done you found Hugo and presented him with a maille shirt and helm."My thanks sir, my thanks," he said, bowing. You drew him up into a hug instead. Chihirizahd soon came with all your private things packed away, slinging it over the saddle of your horse.You are preparing to depart though you've only just arrived.> see to 'Judith' and her band> go see your men
>>35186277> see to 'Judith' and her bandGet them to pack up, we got a group of guards going to Jerusalem.
>>35186277> go see your menI want to see Chiri
>>35186277>see to Judith and her bandBe mindful of anyone who might be eavesdropping
>>35186277>> see to 'Judith' and her bandWe should also ask her to set up a private meeting with her sister the queen
>>35186277>Go see your men
>>35186277> go see your menTell Franz the good news. He won't need to keep watch no more.
>>35186277>> see to 'Judith' and her band
>>35186277> see to 'Judith' and her bandHopefully, we have time to do both. Both seem important
Don't forget about ransoming our prisoner and recruiting more men.Also for the love of God OP I beg you to get a twitter
>>35186277Should probably hear what Franz has to say
You decide to check in on 'Judith' and her company, make sure they are prepared to travel.They are part of the chapel household, their rooms humble. You find Theodore standing grim faced. He nodded to you, but his manner was troubling. You come into the antechamber to find Adelheid looking very gaunt for lack of sleep, her cudgel in hand."Ah, you return," she said it like she'd spit, her short cropped hair poking out from under her wimple."What's happened?" you asked.She pulled a dagger from her belt. "Last night, we found this resting on her pillow," she said.Hell. She opens the door for you and you find Ioveta red eyed and red nosed, snot stuck to her upper lip, crouched in the corner of her room. She had been crying, but her tears had dried up. When she saw you she rushed into your arms, grabbed you for dear life."They're going to kill me," she said, a bubble in her throat."They won't," you say."E-even in my cousin's home," she cried, "There is no where safe."> we won't let that happen, we'll all protect you> I won't let anyone hurt you
>>35186744>> I won't let anyone hurt you
>>35186744> I won't let anyone hurt you
>>35186744>> I won't let anyone hurt youwe trashy Romance novella now
>>35186744> I won't let anyone hurt you"You're safe here, in my arms, that I can guarantee until god brings us into his kingdom"Hug her tight
>>35186831>"You're safe here, in my arms, that I can guarantee until god brings us into his kingdom"Dont over do it anon
>>35186831Saying anything more than "I won't let anyone hurt you" would be unrefined. Simplicity is sometimes best.
>>35186855This. Don't overdo it peopleAnd OP, please. I hate twitter too, but I have one with mobile updates on just for following quests and shit. Get one.
"I won't let anyone hurt you," you said, pulling her close.She wiped her eyes and nose on the back of her hand, and looked up at you. Slowly she nodded, and gave back your hug burying her face against your chest.When you emerged from the chamber you did so holding her hand. She pressed against your arm, rung out from a fearful night without sleep.Adelheid near hissed to see how close the two of you were, but your hard eyed stare kept her back."She rides with me always," you said, "And keeps to my tent at night. Until we reach Jerusalem."The old Armenian soldier nodded, and when Adelheid opened her mouth to protest he put a hand on her arm. "Save your complaints girl," he said with some roughness, "She has been safer in his care than she ever was in ours, and the more you back bite at his every word the more I have a mind to give you a spanking."Adelheid closed her mouth and bowed her head, face burning bright. "Yes sir," she said to you with a curtsy.With 'Judith' still by hand you return to the courtyard.Sabeen is mounted with five lancers."Father bids me to travel with you," she said, "To ensure your safety." She gave Ioveta a frown but made no comment, spurring her horse forward with a small huff.Solomon has come up with the horses. "We've enough for all to ride," he said, "And some spares."Excellent news.He handed you Franz's list:- 4 rounceys- 2 coursers- 8 helms- 4 maille shirts- 7 spears- 3 swords- 60 pfennings worth of coinsIt all seemed in good order."We must be off at once," you said, "No time to lose."Solomon raised a brow at the girl's hand twinned with your own but just nodded."Who will scout ahead?" he asked.> nominate
>>35187110Maybe an ask.fm? We could ask questions about the setting/characters AND he could send an ask to himself in which he can answer with the time/date
>>35187138>> nominateSolomon or Theodore
>>35187138>the more I have a mind to give you a spankingGreeks just love their ass.>>35187138Theodore
>>35187179>>35187191Dude Theo had no sleep
>>35187155That works too - I always miss the beginning of quests.
>>35187138TheodoreCan we also make sure our entire company has the best equipment possible from the loot pile? We can get it back when they leave, but I don't want a repeat of the Welf situation
>>35187212True. changing>>35187179To Solomon
>>35187138Hugo because Theodor needs rest and Solomon went last time
>>35187138>>35187178Changing to Solomon.
>>35187238>>35187243>>35187220Why not Sabeen?
>>35187212Oh, good point. >>35187138Changing to whoever has the most support, probably Solomon at this point.
>>35187269There is a risk to be a scout, and I don't want Malik's daughter to die when he isn't here.Solomon
>>35187282Also, Hugo would love to tell her about the hunt i am sure
Regardless who goes inform them of the death threat last night. We can expect another fierce ambush on our way. Keeping secret is nice and all but at this stage we should be prepared for some serious shit.
>>35187269I didn't particularly care so long as it's not Theodore. Solomon had votes, Sabeen didn't, so I went with Solomon.
>>35187312Yup. I'd prefer to use Tancred and his footmen, and non-Sabeen lancers as meatshield/bait if it comes down to it. They are more expandable than our remaining companions (save Orlando I guess)
Note: do you want to armour the non-combatants as well?
>>35187338>>35187368>>35187312Should say the death threat is on us, rather than Judith.
>>35187312If we informed them of the death threat then our companions are going to ask why a novice nun is getting death threats. Not that I'm against telling them about the death/to be prepared, but the cat's definitely going to be out of the bag if we go that route.
>>35187395Yes unless there's a downside other than mild discomfort. Would it reduce their mobility if they are on horse/muleback?
>>35187395Only if they consent to it.>>35187413See: >>35187407
>>35187433No, not if they were on horseback
>>35187456Is there enough horses for them? If so, then put them on them.But in general, only if they consent to it I guess. Does this include womenfolk?
Just comment we may be having more ambushes, but at least e have infantry now.
>>35187407Yeah we can play it off as a unknown conspirator in the court (since we know that's a truth we can use it as a screen for the princess' identity) posit they've discovered that we've taken notice of their movements and are trying to silence us.
"I want you to scout Solomon," you said. He nodded. "But be careful this time. I'm pretty sure we'll have trouble on the road. Threats have been made against my life.""Who?" Solomon demanded, reaching for his hilt, eyes cast to the surrounding men."No one here," you say, "But be careful and be certain. There will be fighting on this road.""Aye," he took your arm, squeezed it. No more words were needed but a parting nod. He climbed into the saddle, spurred his horse onward.When you turned back to your crew you ordered everyone to be armoured for the journey. You would take no chances this last leg. Ioveta seemed surprised and Adelheid almost protested until Theodore raised a warning hand.(cont.)
They disappeared into the stables, Chihirizahd, Ioveta and Adelheid, to change at once with maille bundled in their arms and helms propped on their heads.And when they retured Orlando and Hugo both laughed. It really did not fit the girls, on Ioveta the most she seemed a child in an over sized tunic, the hem near down to her ankles and her head almost disappearing into the helm. She struck it back on her head so she could see, and blushed red and glaring at Hugo as he snorted.Adelheid had more of a height for it, but fussed at the shoulders, the metal link sleeves hanging very loosely around her skinny arms. It robbed her of any figure, making her a tall blond sprout with armour draping off her.No one laughed at Chihirizahd, quite the opposite. She had it belted at her waist, and the links still poured along her curves, her hair spilling out from under the helm in black waves. It was a strange arousal with which they watched her mount."Ha!" Sabeen spat, "You act as if you haven't seen a woman in armour before.""We have not," Orlando replied, "For a hellcat like you can't be called a woman!"You mounted your courser, which had once belonged to Welf, and gave a hand to Ioveta. She mounted before you with an inelegant jangle, pressed against the saddle horn and your torso. Welf's remains were prepared and slung on the back of Orlando's horse, wrapped up and embalmed for preservation.Count Hugh waves you farewell and Franz meets you at the gate, but before you are out of the town Sir Raymond has ridden up."I'm to Jerusalem as well," he said, "Mind sharing the road?"> no problem sir> no problem, but you follow my command> find your own way
>>35187765>> no problem, but you follow my command
>>35187765>Write in"We are plagued with bad fortune sir, I suggest you find your own way, but we will welcome you into our group if you so wish."
>>35187809this make it as foreboding as possible
>>35187765No problem My Lord, we have a common road before us and there is safety in numbers.We might be seen as shifty characters if we turn him away.
>>35187765>> no problem, but you follow my commandprobably just want to get close to Chiri, he seemed quite attracted to her during the feast
>>35187857If his Infatuation is such he will be easy to monitor & learn of.
>>35187857>>35187884If he's as greedy as it is said, then we may enter negotiations about Chi.Awkward as fuck. Even if we have a suitable story.
>>35187943You're getting him mixed up with Lord Baldwin.
>>35187943Whoa whoa, no we fucking won't.Chiri's far more valuable than this back stabber's favor, and even then, all she's going to be is his cock slave which he abuses until he gets a wife, which won't even effect his father.
>>35187960>back stabber'sBut Raymond isn't Baldwin. However, I don't really want to let Chiri go either.
>>35187994We wouldnt give her up for half the Kaiserreich
>>35187958Fuck, the cast grew too much for my brain.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>35187765> find your own way, but you follow my command (roll 1d100, lowest of 3)
>>35188085no rolling required mate
>>35188085where did you get that roll from, mate?
"You're welcome to the road sir, and our company on it," you say, unable to think of a just reason to refuse him. He gives you a slap on the back and peers curiously at Ioveta. She retreats from his gaze into the armour and under the helm, bunching up almost like a turtle.Chihirizahd rides close to your left and Raymond whistles as she passes."You've a fine collection of women, sir," he said, eyes drifting to Adelheid and Sabeen both.Tancred came up on foot, his men keeping a quick march as they formed a rear guard. Your pace was slowed a tad for the ten soldiers, but not as much as you'd feared. They were a disciplined double column, their pack horses well fed and hearty.Sabeen's lancers kept the vanguard, flying out around her in a line.It was as safe an advance as you could hope.It would be a week before you reached Jerusalem, at least, and before then you knew a fight would be in the offing. It troubled you much, and kept you occupied that few could get much conversation out of you.That night as tents were put up, and you kept good your promise to guard Ioveta even there, you found a new challenge.'Judith' had begun to slip into your tent when a cough caught your attention."Am I to sleep outside like a dog?" Chihirizahd asked, fists on hips with a look of small indignation on her face. The two of you had shared a tent since you had bought her, and a horse as well. Now she had her own horse to ride, but still only your bed to go to at night.> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharing> I'm sorry Chihirizahd, it is only until Jerusalem> find some place else to sleep, you seem good at that
>>35188194> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharingCharizard is just an extension of us, so theres nothing wrong with her being in the tent to protect 'Judith' as well.
>>35188194>> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharingSharing is caring
>>35188194Voting >> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharing> find some place else to sleep, you seem good at thatHahaha, goddamn
>>35188194> I'm sorry Chihirizahd, it is only until Jerusalem
>>35188194>> I'm sorry Chihirizahd, it is only until Jerusalem
>>35188194>> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharingIf anyone is worried about devilry in bed we can make her sleep between us and Iovetta
>>35188005 Wow wow....... lets not be hasty now
>>35188194>> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharing
>>35188194> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharingInb4 lewd should we inform Chiri of ''Judith''
>>35188279Germany sucks, they're all gonna get screwed over by the plague anyhow.
>>35188307Iovetta should be the one who makes that decision
>>35188194> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharingThough if Judith objects we can always have her pair up with Hugo. With a warning not to tempt the poor lad.
>>35188317Yeah especially if she is going to share our bed as well.
>>35188307Nah, we haven't even told our half and battle brothers about it.
>>35188194> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharingShe can be middle, if it worries her.Also >>35188240The more ears the better in this one case
>>35188194>Write In: Have the girls sleep in the tent while we kip outside.
>>35188392Nah, we gotta take care of our injured arm. Don't want to aggravate it by roughing it.
>>35188194> three can fit comfortably, if you don't mind sharing
"Of course not," you reply, "The tent can fit three, though it will be a very snug night."Chihirizahd struck back her neck and placed fingers against her lips, an amused little smile on her face. "As you say master," she said, pulling off her helm. She untied the belt around her hips and you helped her draw the maille off, dumping it in a heap by the entrance.She cursed in some foreign tongue, massaging her sore shoulders. The weight of it could be tiring to those unaccustomed to it. As she knelt and slipped into the tent she gave you a wink. You soon joined her."You will have to sleep without the armour," Chihirizahd said to 'Judith' who lay against the laid out saddle, still dressed in the maille.The girl scowled. "I-it isn't safe," she said, clutching at the chains."I'll not have my hair pulled off and skin scraped through the night," Chihirizahd said, grabbing at the front of Ioveta's shirt."How dare-" she began, but Chihirizahd was having none of it, and was wrestling the girl to the ground easily."Master, I could use a hand," she said to you over her shoulder.> Convince Ioveta to take off the armour> laugh and help your slave
>>35188458>> Convince Ioveta to take off the armour
>>35188458> Convince Ioveta to take off the armourShe's a lady of noble blood!Though we obviously can't tell Chihi that, still chastise her for touching a Christian woman in such a way.
>>35188458> Convince Ioveta to take off the armour
>>35188474Nah, dont over do it. Just laugh a bit and covince her to take it off
>>35188458>Convince Ioveta to take off the armor
>>35188458>> Laugh and Convince Ioveta to take off the armour
>>35188458>> laugh and help your slaveAlso say personal humorous anecdote about sleeping in armor. Something like "when I was a squire, I once slept in chainmail. Woke up the next morning wondering when did a badger decide to claw its way out of my backside."
>>35188458> Convince Ioveta to take off the armour"It's best to get as good a rest as you're able, that mail won't allow for a sound sleep especially for those unaccustomed to it. Sharp senses are just as vital to ones defense as good armor."
"Take off the armour, you'll thank me in the morning," you said, "No doubt your shoulders are already sore, they'll be hellfire by the time you wake."Chihirizahd pouted. "You're no fun sometimes," she said, drawing off the girl and crossing her legs. Iovetta peeled off the armour, for a second lifting her dress up with it revealing her calves and a flash of her thighs.She must have realised what was happening as she gave flustered 'D-don't look!" as she heaved the shirt off. When it caught 'round her neck Chihirizahd helped her pull it off the last off the way. She dropped it with a huff, face red and hair tangled."Ah my back," she groaned, flexing her shoulders, brushing fingers through her knotted up hair.> massage her shoulders> have Chihirizahd massage her shoulders> tell her to sleep it off and get some sleep yourself
>>35188670Have Chihirizahd massage her shoulders, only proper for a slave to do it.
>>35188670>> have Chihirizahd massage her shouldersIts not lewd if two girls do it
>>35188670> have Chihirizahd massage her shouldersAnd we'll work on Chi's neck for the bother.
>>35188670> have Chihirizahd massage her shoulders
>>35188670> have Chihirizahd massage her shouldersAnd let us work on Chiri
>>35188670> massage her shoulders while Chihirzahd massages your shoulders
>>35188705>>35188693Anons pls we don't need to be giving our company Ideas about what we're doing without the proper context
>>35188727What happens in the love tent, stays in the love tentlet get it right out the gate if it ever happen, no taking of royal maidenheads!
>>35188748Just say it tore whilst riding on the road to the holy land.
>>35188748>What happens in the love tent, stays in the love tent>Laughing soundwaves.jpg
>>35188670>Have Chihiro massage Judith while we massage Chihiro.
>>35188705Yeeees.....Aint Crusader Quest without lewd
>>35188807>Chihiro>Japanese-Kurdish pagan slavegirl
>>35188727>slave girls should be listened to, they've seen the world as it really is>the world is too large to be scooped up inside a conventBro, this train has no brakes. Chi will be the master of Ioveta in wordly affairs, probably even politics.
>>35188909>Implying I don't want that>Implying we should do it in company that knows next to nothing of ''Judith''Nigga this is what I mean by ''context''
>>35188955Chihiro's a dude, you know.
>>35188990It's a girl's name mostly.
Y'know, why don't we just worship the roman gods instead, YHVH doesn't seem like he's doing people any favors.
>>35189051because we would get chased, trialed and then hanged for being a filthy heathen?Also we are christian by heart, just not a very good one
"Chihirizahd, if you would?" you ask. Chihirizahd nodded, slipped up behind Ioveta. She took the girl's shoulders in hand and pressed her dark fingers against her pale skin. Ioveta hissed at first but then smiled."That's nice," her eyes closed as her head bobbed to the rhythm of the slave's kneading, soon a slight sight coming from her lips."If I had oils and balms it could be nicer still," Chihirizahd said, moving to massage her neck. The smile that split Ioveta's face was pleasant, but you saw sweat crop up on Chihirizahd's face."Come here Chiri," you said, awkwardly clambering behind your slave."Master?" she asked as you took her shoulders in hand, your rough hands kneading her sore but soft skin. "Oh!" And she relaxed back a little into your lap, a pleasant cat-like smile across her face."This feels indecent," Iovetta said with a giggle. Then she frowned. "You have both been very kind to me."Chihirizahd's massage turned into a hug around Iovetta's neck. "As I said girl, the world is not kind to beautiful women," she said, "So we must be kind to each other, yes?"Iovetta blushed. "Yes, I suppose so," she fell back into the arms 'round her shoulder and nestled against Chihirizahd's thick black hair, a slight grin across her face.(cont)
>lewd>pls>JapanIs this a Ryukuza thread?
You poke Chirizahd hard in the back, and not with your fingers. She just gives a laugh and slaps your knee."Rest, beautiful girl, and do not fear," Chihirizahd said, kissing Iovetta on the forehead, "We've a strong guardian watching over us." Iovetta nestled against Chihirizahd's navel, and your own arms encircled them both as you altogether drifted off to sleep.-You awoke and struck camp, feeling all the better for the night's rest. It had been pleasant sleeping in such a way, with both girls against one another, though you felt an anxiousness in your chest when you thought about the road ahead.The days past by with 'Judith' in your lap on the road and nestled between you and Chihirizahd at night. If any thought it strange they made no comment, though you caught some jealous glances from Orlando and, of all people, Sabeen.But it was on the next day when Solomon arrived."Oh there is a fight to be had," he said, his horse chomping at the bit, "I make out a force of thirty five, both foot and horse, waiting in ambush. Soldiers all, not the rabble we've been facing so far, and Turks to a man. Fifteen horses specific, and twenty footmen.""Those are not good odds," Sabeen hissed."How would you proceed?" Tancred asked, before adding, "I'd put one Frank on foot against three Turks on foot, sir. They are a scrawny breed."> have Solomon and Sabeen concoct a plan, they are more experienced soldiers than you> think up a strategy (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>35189124>> think up a strategy (roll 1d100, average of three)DEUS VAULT!
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>35189124>> think up a strategy (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>35189124> think up a strategy (roll 1d100, average of three)Apologize in advance for my roll
>>35189148>>35189156>>35189164This goes down like payments to a bank.Hammer and anvil?
>>35189148>>35189156>>35189164>65me thinks we should let our friends handle this> have Solomon and Sabeen concoct a plan, they are more experienced soldiers than you
>>35189124though you caught some jealous glances from Orlando and, of all people, Sabeen.kek>>Think up a strategy>>35189148>>35189156
>>35189148>>35189156>>35189164Dammit I knew we should have gotten lewder!
>>35189191I can't change my vote since I was one of the roller. I think a 65 rolls with a 72 intelligence should be okay. We really need to stay back if possible though. No playing the bait.
I don't want to vote against thinking up a plan now that the rolls are already there, perhaps we can get input from the more experienced soldiers after we lay out our idea.
>>35189256is this possible HF?
>>35189256Yup, we should always welcome input and advice from more experienced minds like Sabeen, Solomon, Franz, and Theodore. We don't have to do this 100% alone.
Rolled 58 (1d100)I summon a thunder to smite evil
>>35189312You get a light drizzle that soaks your party instead
Give Tancred his day, the horsemen are bait.Though if we want maximum trolling, we put our prisoner out to ambush and let them wonder what the shit is happening.
So we have 13 horsemen,11 footmen, 3 civilians, and 1 hostage. They have 15 horsemen, and 20 footmen. I hope we can find a way to separate the horsemen and footmen and take them out piece by piece.
>>35189422>1 hostage>"Kill me.">"Later."
>>35189430>tfw no god tier norman spy that loves to smoke Hashin
You thought on how best to proceed."A hammer and anvil strategy," you say, "With Tancred and his men approaching. When they are struck, the cavalry comes in around the flank and hits them hard.""The problem is we have few footmen, and not much cavalry," Sabeen replied, "We do not have a numbers advantage.""We can keep a shield wall, as the thief Harald did against William, but we cannot hold forever," Tancred said, "Again, like Harald and William.""We could dismount some of our Franks, and have them with the men-at-arms," Solomon suggested, "Pad out our numbers with hard steel. In truth, I'd like a place on foot, so I can loose a few arrows." He grinned. "You've yet to see me with a bow, I am a child with sword and lance compared to my skill with a bow. Archers are Nubia's strength."You bring up your men and lay out the plan. A line of shields and spears."What if they keep men in reserve?" Hugo asked, "Wouldn't our flankers in turn get flanked?""Fair point," Raymond said. "I'd say an approach as one, a protected column with horses for shielding would be the best. Push through and make best speed to Jerusalem.""That's not the worst idea," Sabeen said, running a thumb under her bottom lip, "Though it has risks of its own. Not least that we lose cohesion, and be picked apart one by one."Solomon shook his head. "Wilhelm is our captain, we should do as he said. Hammer and anvil is sound, and if they keep reserve we will just have to fight harder and beat their first rank before they can be deployed."This earned a round of fierce 'ayes' from your oldest comrades.> go with your plan> go with Raymond's plan
>>35189524> go with your planRaymond's plan runs on the logic "The enemy's gate is down."
>>35189524Go with our plan, the least risky maneuver.Perhaps keep Raymond and several knights as a reserve as well, to outflank the outflanking flankers?
Go with our plan. What could go wrong?
>>35189524>go with your planTime to say bye bye to someone
>>35189524Raymond sounds like Bittenfeld Approach. But I have no idea what's the correct approach here. What's the plan that's least likely to get our men killed?
>>35189524> go with your planAs said, they could easily run us down with their superior cavalry number
>>35189565Or just make multiple passes, no stopping at the melee. Constant threat.
>>35189524Both we have a large group of normans with the Infantry to shield them but send two smaller groups of Cavalry to flank the sides thus applying pressure to the enemy forcing them to act.the small groups of cavalry are really only there to menace the flanks not fight truely unless the battle is joined.
>>35189577As long as it's not Franz, Hugo, Solobro, or one of the womenfolk. The rest are expendable to varying degrees.
>>35189524> go with your planDo our men carry any projectiles?
May the fates be kind this day!
>>35189605Solomon, Franz and Sabeen all have bows. That's it.
>>35189629Can the spears be thrown as javelins? We have 7 extra spears that our shield wall could use.
"We go with my plan," you said, and all nodded, even Raymond.Should it be that some should dismount and fight on foot with the men-at-arms? Certainly they were most outnumbered, though neither cavalry nor infantry had great numbers to draw on. Still, Solomon's talk of loosing arrows, however few, could of assistance, and he seemed determined to take the field on foot.You think then the women would be safe back aways in camp, so long as the men-at-arms held.> split your men between cavalry and foot (nominate characters to proceed on foot)> keep things as they are
>>35189687>> split your men between cavalry and foot (nominate characters to proceed on foot)Solomon,Franz & Theodore go with the men.
>>35189635No, they are most certainly not throwing spears. These are good, hard 'stop a horse in its track' spears.
>>35189687>> split your men between cavalry and foot (nominate characters to proceed on foot)Solomon, Franz
>>35189687>>35189722Works for me. We need those first horse kills from arrows to make the cavalry bail.
>>35189687>> split your men between cavalry and foot (nominate characters to proceed on foot)Solomon and Franz for ranged attack. Have one of our cavalrymen borrow Solomon's war horse if he permits it. Same for Theodore if he is picked.
>>35189687Hugo should stay with the womenfolk
>>35189722We should also add Sabeen who has a bow.
>>35189726Then let's just break them in half and sharpen half of the pieces.
>>35189748No, that weakens the lancers/cavalrymen too much. We are already taking our stronger fighter out of the cavalry anyway.
>>35189687> split your men between cavalry and foot (nominate characters to proceed on foot)Hopefully Solomon does some Dynasty Warriors tier shot.
>>35189748That would weaken the cavalry too much.
>>35189773He already went full musou when we lost WelfRIP ;.;
So the current distribution is Foot: (14)Solomon (Bow)Franz (Bow)TancredTancred's 10 footmenHorse: (10)Wilhelm SabeenRaymondOrlandoHugo Sabeen's 5 LancersTheodore: ????>>35189524Voting to send Theodore to foot as well then. Along with Solomon and Franz.
>>35189799But according to him, he's a child with a spear when you compare him to his bow skills. I'm expecting anime-ass multi arrow shots and killing 2 guys with 1 arrow feats if that's what he can do with a spear
>>35189806I'll support this outline. Roll for rousing speech?
I'm not looking forward to the damages we're likely to suffer in this coming fight. Should we try and make an inspiring speech here?>>35189806Theodore on foot makes since as well, he's closer to his charges that way.
You follow some advice, and put Solomon and Franz with the men-at-arms."Hang back a pace, and put a few shafts through their hides," you said to Franz."Aye sir," he said with a chuckle, "I'll feather the bastards." And hopped off his horse and strung his bow. You had seen Franz take a bird on the wing, you didn't doubt he'd fine a couple of marks at least.Sabeen came up, lowering her chain veil, breathing out a long breath through thick lips."You are sure of this, Frank?" she asked. You nodded. "Well then I hope Allah smiles upon us this day." She drew up her veil again, only her eyes to see.You bring together the cavalry into a double column, one of the Lancers with Sabeen at their head, and one with you in the lead.The men-at-arms kept a single line, their shields locked and spears ready. Large at the top and thin at the bottom, they covered near all the body save the leg they marched forth with. Solomon seemed out of place in their number with his round shield. He had passed his spear to one of his fellows who held in his shield hand, and tested his bow string.> advance! (roll 2d100, best of three) (First roll is for the infantry, second roll is for cavalry)
>>35189806Theo on foot
Rolled 96, 71 = 167 (2d100)>>35189883DEUS VAULT!
Rolled 44, 79 = 123 (2d100)>>35189883War God pls
Rolled 81, 4 = 85 (2d100)>>35189883>> advance! (roll 2d100, best of three) (First roll is for the infantry, second roll is for cavalry)
Rolled 76, 68 = 144 (2d100)>>35189883God be with us.
>>35189912>4Noooo i have failed you all!
>>35189903>>35189909>>3518991296 and 79. Solomon being Solobro again.
>>35189923Best of three anon >>35189903>96https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3dbd2YyeN0
Rolled 68, 28 = 96 (2d100)>>35189883>>35189903We're saved!
>>35189903>96Solobro is gonna murder them Turks
>>35189947I need to watched the Extended Edition of that movie.
>>35189990You really should, it's better then the theatrical cut
>See us gearing up for battle>Oh god no>Go take a very small nap>Get out my phone, read, then see thisIt's a nice and warm feeling, knowing your people won't die.
>>35190043>knowing your people won't die.Just wait until the next roll
>>35190081Now it's not such a nice and warm comfortable feeling.
Lets hope the rolls are good enough so Solomon can go Dynasty Warriors on their asses
The men-at-arms march forth, and you see the dust of horses kick up. Ah, it would be the horsemen in first, and they had bows and javelins. You saw the Turkish foot up further, a double column advancing from the far field. You saw their plan, to whittle your numbers with flying shots until the target was soft, and come in with footmen to clear the field."Wilhelm!" Solomon's voice carried acroos the field, "See that man?" he pointed with arrow to the Turk in the lead, who wore a feathered turban. And it was only by the tall peacock feathers that you could make him out at all. "Watch me kill that man!" He drew arrow to string and loosed. It arched high across the bright sky, swallowed for a second by the rays of the sun.The feathered turban dropped from the horse and was lost in the dust."A fluke!" you shout back."Then watch his neighbour!" Solomon yelled.An arrow to string and yet again a horseman dropped. A cheer went up from the men-at-arms. Franz loosed an arrow as well, though his skidded off the flank of a horse. Both men fired one after the other, ten shafts each, and Solomon had down three men and Franz one when the horse archers came into range, loosing their own arrows and flinging their own darts. Shields came up and caught the projectiles, clattering to the dirt or embedding in shields. Solomon made a show off it and snatched a dart from the air, returning it to its owner who fell with a squeal.When the horses drew too close the men-at-arms struck out with their spears, but they were having no luck catching the distant rearing horsemen, and the Turkish foot were advancing. They kicked up a cloud as they circled the Frankish line, and the wall became a ring to answer, Tancred directing his men calmly, catching darts upon his shield.(cont.)
>>35190263"Sabeen," you offer."Takbir!" she roared, flourishing her spear. Not to be outdone, you gave your own battlecry."Deus Vult!" and point your own men on, spurring your horse into action. The cry is taken up by your fellows as you fall on the Turks. God wills it! God wills it! Your spear catches a young Turk under the eye, his broad flat face opened up with a bloody little hole, his body dropping across the saddle. Sabeen's horse locks with yours as together you kill Turks who, taken by surprise, drop bows for scimitars and are outreached by your spears."Takbir!" Sabeen screamed the word as she smashed her helm against a Turk who had closed in tight, the ridge of her helm shattering nose and brow, her hand reaching out to take him by the collar and pull him from his saddle. He fell beneath her horse and she was sure to trample him until he was still.The Turkish horse tried to take flight, but your men were among them, killing at every thrust.Through the cloud dust you see the Turkish foot has changed in to a run, charging your melee, hoping to save their comrades."Out, out!" you call to your men, who break from fighting and retreat a step, giving the men-at-arms room to reform their lines to meet the Turkish advance.The crack of hard wood clubs and spears on shield was loud, but the struggle was not a wild din. It was the grunt of hard men and the stamp of boots, the occasional scream of pain as a man was dropped. A heaving mass of two competing sides, keeping a bridge of spear shafts between them as they clattered for advantage.(cont.)
>>35190263Solobro pulled a Lu Bu!
>>35190281Your horse were sweeping around. The infantry should have quit the field when they saw their horsemen fall. You hit them on the flank, Sabeen beside you, Sir Raymond the other, and roll the twenty men up until they are spun out like pins and trying to run.Only one man holds his ground. A handsome Turk with scimitar and shield, a horseman who had lost his horse, and dressed in noble garb. He cries in Latin, "Fight me Frank, fight me like a man!" and points to you.> dismount and accept his challenge> ride him down
Based nigger Legolas
>>35190298>> ride him downHahaha, no
>>35190298>dismount and accept his challengeMuh decent challenge?
>>35190298> ride him downWe have a schedule to keep
>>35190298Yeah, nahLance him
>>35190298>> ride him downFilthy heathens say what?
>>35190298> ride him downWe don't have time for this nonsense. Take him prisoner if getting trampled by our big ass horse doesn't kill him.
>>35190298> ride him downSorry but we are on a tight schedule
>>35190298Give him a horse, tell him to send our regards to Zengi and the Old Man
>>35190298> dismount and accept his challengeSimply because I enjoy the drama of duels.
>>35190298> "Fight me Frank, fight me like a man!" and points to you.Say the man who cant even win a fight with superior numbers while laying in a ambush. Cowards gets a cowards death
>>35190345Fuck that, we are keeping all the horses and selling them for $$$. Gotta get rich fast and buy some cool shit.
>>35190298>ride him downNah let's totally ruin his dramatic stand by trampling all over him
>>35190403>le happy horse merchant.jpg
>>35190416Once we are done with them we should hang them/put their heads on pikes with signs saying that this is the fate of all bandits and raiders that disturbs the Queen's Peace
>>35190444>that disturbs the Queen's Peace
>Not fighting him Man on Man for romance pointsRemember how they seem to love us ten times over then make love to us for getting out shit slapped, or slapping the enemies shit?
You laugh, why would you do such a foolish thing? You bring your spear to bear.He knocks it aside with the rim of his shield, and leaps at the lancer following in your wake. A cry from your man and he is gone over the side of his horse, neck broken.The Turk spits in your direction as he takes the saddle."I am Asad al'Din Shirkuh, remember that name Frank!" and he heeled his stolen horse and was fleeing across the field. Such a horsemen as you had never seen before."Shirkuh!" Sabeen calls after him, her horse suddenly reared up before yours, her voice filled with a womanly yearning. She shouts something after him but his reply is swallowed by the diminishing distance that only grew."Shirkuh, you bastard," she said so soft only you caught her words, and there was no anger in that voice.-The battle is tallied and you have only lost three men. One lancer and two men-at-arms. Your men were all in good cheer, even as fellows morn their losses. Orlando has a bruised cheek and Hugo had a nose broken, but those were the worst of your personal injuries.The plunder is gathered before you in a mound. Nine horses are caught, the rest either lost or dead, and five of your enemy managed to flee, including Shirkuh. Sabeen informs you that the corpse of the man with peacock feathers was a nobleman by name of Shams ibn Shams, most like the leader of this expedition, and his remains were worth money to his family.- twenty five maille shirts - thirty helms- ten horsebows - nine horses with saddles- a hundred worth of coin- noble corpse> nominate a character to praise for the battle
>>35190511We have a fractured arm and we are on the last leg of our journey to Jerusalem. We also only duel when it can't be helped or when we are forced into it. We don't usually duel in advantageous situations when we can just run over the guy with our horse.
>>35190534>> nominate a character to praise for the battleSolomon ofcourse
>>35190534Solomon obviously. But also praise Tancred and Sabeen for handling of their men when we get the chance. Also Raymond since he's a prominent noble and was useful.
>>35190534> nominate a character to praise for the battle"OK maybe that wasn't a fluke "
>>35190534>He knocks it aside with the rim of his shield, and leaps at the lancer following in your wake. A cry from your man and he is gone over the side of his horse, neck broken.>Such a horsemen as you had never seen before.Welp, good thing we didn't duel him or he would have made a mincemeat out of us.
>>35190596With how Sabeen reacted he is probably an ex aswell
>>35190593Oops forgot to say I vote for Solomon.
>>35190534Solomon duh, but also Sabeen and Tancred.>>35190511Nah we are Cao Cao. Even though we are on the front sometimes we should always get someone to fight for us. Remember Cao Cao epically failing to fight Ma Chao? That would've been us if we fought that guy(would've been funny for the inevitable "Hey, that guy wearing the Lion's hat is Wilhelm" and throwing it away part)
>>35190534>I am Asad al'Din ShirkuhOH SHI- HAHA TIME FOR MUSLIM RIVAL!
Chiri loves when we dominate on the battlefield>"like a king"
>>35190534>- ten horsebowsHorsebows for everyone! Time to practice.
>>35190723we should ask Sabeen if she can teach us
>>35190663>al'DinIs this what I think it is?>>35190700Dude I'm fucking scared. We just saved Iovetta so hard.And we've yet to play the lire so Hugo can dance with Sabeen without the eyes of MAlik around.
>>35190737Yes yes it is he was Saladins uncle, but of course theirs no way Willhelm knows this
>>35190750Especially since he's not even born yet.
>>35190750He isnt even born yet.
"Solomon," you dismount, pulling off your lion helm, and embrace your friend, "Such a shot as that I have never before seen." You hold up his hand as he laughs. "Solomon of Nubia does not boast, when he says a thing, he does it!" "Solomon!" the men-at-arms beat spear against shield, "Nubia! Solomon!" Even the lancers cheered for him.Then you pull Tancred forward, and grip him by the wrist. "You do not boast either, my friend."Tancred smiled, a quirk of his mustache."It was your command that saw us through," he said, taking a knee. You pull him to his feet and push him back to his fellows, who take him, cheering their captain. Sabeen dismounted."Aye, all this love for a skirmish," she said, unhooking her veil. Her face was drenched in sweat and cheeks red."We would have been lost without you as well," you said, grabbing her by the shoulder, pulling her into a back slapping hug. She broke back spluttering, pushing you off."You Franks, so grabby," she said, "Indecent." But then she laughed, and grabbed you back around the neck, kissing your cheek. "Bastards the lot of you!" The men give a whoop as she skips back and up into her saddle.And soon they were calling your name. "Wilhelm!" And then something else. "The Lion! The Lion!"The cheers carried you back onto your horse, and doubled when you fixed your helm back on."Gather your wits, lift your carriage men!" you say, "We ride for Jerusalem!"-End part 10+1 war, +2 int, +1 leadQnA
>>35190821We Wilhelm the Lion now. God today has been a good day.
>>35190821Have our pfennings been updated on the pastebin? Can we have Chiri learn how to shoot a horsebow because why not? Or would it be too much for her?Thoughts on our handling of the social situations/battle/try to run over that guy?
>>35190821Eat your heart out Richard I.
>>35190821Was there anything we did that was awful? Felt really good this run, even when we did something that might have screwed us over we rolled very well
>>35190821Thanks for running. So this seemed like a pretty dire situation compared to our past encounters, taking the best of 3 there saved our asses, was that due to good plan or are you not going with average of 3 for battles from now on?
>>35190821>"The Lion! The Lion!"IT BEGINS!
>>35190821How badly would we have gotten our teeth kicked in if we tried to duel Shirkuh?
>>35190821Would Wilhelm have a bunch of holes poked in him if we dueled that guy?
>>35190821Next thread when? Please oh please run this thursday.
If you had fought Shirkuh you could have had a chance to capture him, making another potential high paying hostage. Of course he could have killed you, but he isn't a god of war in combat and you could have taken him with some luck.It also would have improved your reputation among the Muslims if you had dueled him.Teaching Chihirizahd war arts would probably be a wasted effort.>>35190880The best of three had partially to do with rolling above average for your plan, and having very good commanders with you on the field.>>35190918I'm actually tempted to run the next thread in a couple of hours, but probably shouldn't. Maybe Wednesday/Thursday if I can, but just bet on Sunday/Monday.And yes, fuck it, I'm going to look into getting a twitter.
>>35190948> Of course he could have killed you, but he isn't a god of war in combatThat is to say, on foot you'd have an advantage. On horseback he could take you apart.
>>35190948>I'm actually tempted to run the next thread in a couple of hours,I think you should, no pressureDo it faggot
>>35190821 Is Nabeen Saladins mother?
>>35190948I like this crusade and will stay up to play if you run another in a bit.
>>35190948>I'm actually tempted to run the next thread in a couple of hoursPlease god run it soon
>>35190970No.As to what you could have done better: Orlando and Raymond didn't need help with the lion, they would have killed it eventually. You wounded his pride a little by intervening.Wrestling Ioveta out of the armour would have been a bonus, not a negative. She's a fairly playful person and would have taken it in good humour.
>>35191001>Wrestling Ioveta out of the armour would have been a bonus, not a negative. She's a fairly playful person and would have taken it in good humour.What would the rest of the group thought if we'd done that?
>>35191022Well they werent in the tent, so probably nothing
>>35190821So everyone knows we took a nun from under her caretaker to our tent, along with Chi. For days.Is this the kind of rumor that spreads?
>>35190948>I'm actually tempted to run the next thread in a couple of hours, but probably shouldnPls do
>>35191022You may never know.>>35191037Possibly.
>>35191027sound travels anon especially squeals of delight.>>35191037of course anon but if she decides not to Nun it will be all the better
>>35191049What kind of strategy would Solomon and Sabeen have concocted?What would have likely happened if we went with Raymond's plan?
>>35190821>"You Franks, so grabby"Hope we aren't stalling Hugo too much
>>35191108Have a fear that she might only be looking at Hugo's direction is cause she cant have the real deal...
>>35191114Why can't she have the real deal?
>>35191154Cause he got Iovetta AND Chiri.Also Malik would cut our cock off-
>>35191114She did express distaste for dominant suitors, at least. But Chi's gossip game ridiculous.
>>35190821Since we have 15+ spare horses now, can we have all the footmen ride horses for the time being to make us go faster?
>>35191187Btw could we also do>>35190444
Chihirizahd's Many Names:Chiri ChiCharizard Chihiro
>>35191169She is damn good at making us look good
>>35191187Is Hugo 13 or 14 now? I wish there was a way to check past pastebins.
>>35191262>Is Hugo 13 or 14 now? I wish there was a way to check past pastebins.He is 13
Is it too early to wield heraldry or marks?Because I was thinking a lion's head and a lire.
>>35191164Why would he? Polygamy is fine in Islam+He likes us>>35191210Truly the best girl
>>35191279Lion Head or Helmet replace the Saint. This is the coat of arms of Trier we could use the background and put on the lion
>>35191286Yeah, but bedding her out of wedlock ?
https://twitter.com/KoblOfHere's the twitter you guys kept harassing me about.>>35191279Bit too early for heraldry to be common on any idiot with a sword, but very powerful land owners/royal families had it already iirc. I could be wrong though, the 12th century was very much a period of transition, where a lot of new customs were being picked up and a lot of old ones falling out of favour.
>>35191298Replace the key with an oud and we are in business
>>35191317Will you be running in a few hours?Just so i know if i can sleep in or just take a quick nap
>>35191317>https://twitter.com/KoblOfDEUS VAULT!>>35191320>Using a musical instrument on HeraldryNigga why
>>35191332I'm going to have dinner first. I'll let you all know after I've eaten.
>>35191347Looking forward to it
>>35191347what you having HF? [spoiler[ Thai or bust nigga [/spoiler]
>>35191490Whatever shit I can cobble together. I wish I could get some Thai going on.
>>35191553Do you mind having your Twitter on the /qtg/ twitter directory? It's for people who don't have Twitter so they can quickly check QM twitters.See https://twitter.com/Eisenstern/lists/quest-runner-directory
>>35191597I don't mind.
>>35191841This has been in autosage for hours now anon.
>>35191897s-so new thread?
Thread 404 fucking when.
Well, new thread is up. Get in there!