Welcome back to Medievalmon Quest!You are Ceil Millener, the son of a well known merchant. You recently received a letter from your deceased uncle. Following its instructions, you are now in training to become a full-fledged aura user alongside your partner Riolu. Currently, you’re traveling back to your hometown along with your friend, Lisa Fletcher.>Current Status>Ceil HP 10/10>Riolu HP 25/25>Froakie HP 15/15>Abilities (Ciel/Riolu):> Aura Vision II> Aura Healing II>Aura Strike I>Abilities (Froakie):>Water Pulse I>Current Funds: 185p >Items: Red glaive, 2 Oran berries, 3 Pecha berries, 2 Rawst Berries, 1 dose of Energy powder, basic travel supplies, sunstone, silver flute, meteorite, strange swordPrevious Threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=medievalmonTwitter: https://twitter.com/QM_Medievalmon
You awaken in the morning to a very strange sight. It seems you weren’t imagining things when you felt someone snuggle up against you last night, though you have a very long list of suspects. The monsters you met in this glade have all seemed to moved from their spot near the tree over to your sleeping area, forming a rather large pile around and on top of you. Glancing around further, you spot Riolu resting at your feet, as well as Froakie near your head. To your right, you spot the taller figure you spoke with yesterday. It seems that Lisa’s bedroll was moved last night, since you spot her immediately to your left. There are only a few rays of sunshine poking through the trees so far. It seems you woke up rather early in the morning. That means you’ll probably have enough time to cover a lot of ground today, but first you need to figure out what to do about the sleeping pile you’re underneath.>Try and get out from the pile without waking anyone>Wake everyone up and ask them to move>Lie down and wait for everyone else to wake up>Other (specify)
>>35713464>Wake everyone up and ask them to movereally gently
>>35713464>Try and get out from the pile without waking anyone.Stretch and do you morning exercises.
>>35713464>Other (specify)Head pats.
>>35713464>Lie down and wait for everyone else to wake upAnd>>35713644
Alright, cutting it off and >writing
You briefly consider trying to wriggle out of the pile, though with everyone positioned as they are, you're not sure if you can pull it off.You consider going ahead and waking everyone up, though it's still rather early. Maybe you should wait and let them sleep in a bit more.The first one up is Riolu, who finds himself near your feet, and only somewhat surrounded by those in the pile. Taking care, he gingerly crawls away, leaving you to your predicament. He quickly bounds off towards a corner of the glade to begin practicing his form.The next one to awaken is surprisingly Froakie, though he seems content to continue resting against your head. Shortly afterwards, the sun is beginning to rise over the trees, and you think now would be a good time to start waking up the pile.You start with one of the smaller creatures resting on your torso. You try gently nudging it, taking care not to hurt the frail looking creature. After a bit of prodding, it props itself up and yawns. You give it a quick pat on the head before scooping it up in your hand and setting it down on the grass nearby. You repeat the process with a few others nearby, and you manage to free most of your upper torso.Next, you move onto the mysterious figure from yesterday. You consider starting with the nudging,though you can't quite get your arm at a good angle that wouldn't involve just elbowing her in the chest. Instead, you squirm to get one of your hands above herr hair Then, you start patting her head to attempt to wake her.PatPat, PatPat, Pat PatYour arm is getting rather tired, and you're not sure if this is working. Briefly though, you notice her slowly open one of her eyes and then quickly shut it when she notices you. You continue patting, but she seems to be pretending to sleep. After a few seconds though, she blinks her eyes open. You wonder if she'd just woken up then or if she'd been awake earlier. (cont)
Before you can ask, she disappears with a blink, and you soon see her standing in the grass nearby. She moves about, gathering the other little ones you've already displaced from the pile.With that done you flip around to repeat the process with Lisa.PatPat, PatPat, Pat, PatPat, Pat, Pat-"Ceil, what are you doing?" Lisa asks, her eyes blinking open.You scramble for a response for a moment, soon realizing that you were still patting her head as well.How do you respond?>Write-inAlso,>Continue headpats while explaining>Stop patting her head
>>35714065"nothing, just waking you up">Continue headpats while explainingof course
>>35714065>Continue headpats while explaining
>>35714065>>Continue headpats while explaining"Greeting the morning the only way I know how, sleep well?"
>>35714121This delivered calmly, not at all flustered.
"Nothing, just waking you up," you say calmly. You were worried you'd sound nervous, but patting her head is really calming your nerves.Except for when you realize that you're still patting her head. Either way, it'd be even weirder to stop now, so you keep it up."Thanks," she replies, "But why are you patting my head? And how did our bedrolls get so close together?""I woke up this morning underneath a pile of our new friends here. Maybe they moved one of us?" you say, carefully avoiding the first question."Anyway," you continue, "Did you sleep well?""Just fine. It was some of the best I've had in a while actually."At this point, you notice that the figure has gathered up all of the younger ones off of your pile, meaning there isn't anything keeping you down anymore. Lisa seems to have noticed this as well, and as she begins to stand, you do as well. "Ceil?""Yes?""You can stop patting my head now."You realize that you somehow managed to continue it even while you got out of your bedroll and stood. You slowly retract your hand, averting your gaze.Glancing around the clearing, it seems the figure is busy gathering fruits and berries from the nearby trees. You watch as she beckons them towards her, and they gently drift down off the branches with a soft glow.It's early in the morning, and you have plenty of time in the day>Ask the figure if you can stay for breakfast>Gather your friends and continue your journey>Talk with someone about something (specify)>Other (specify)
>>35714477>Gather your friends and continue your journeyWe can grab and go after thanking our gracious hosts.
>>35714477>Gather your friends and continue your journeythank our hosts for everything
>>35714477>Ask the figure if you can stay for breakfast.
>>35714477>>Talk with someone about something (specify)>>Other (specify)Ask our host if she was awake during the head pats, then ask if there is anything we can do to help her before we leave.
>>35714621Adding to this ask using our power
>>35714562 here actually, let's do this: >>35714621
You start gathering up your supplies, and Lisa does the same. Once you get all your gear packed up, you approach the figure to thank her for her hospitality.She watches you approach and offers her hand, and you focus your aura to better communicate. You express your gratitude for letting you stay. Her reply is a feeling of joy, as well as the images of you and Lisa leaving, the phases of the moon, then you and Lisa returning. You guess she's trying to say that she hopes you'll visit again.You think back on earlier this morning, and you decide to ask if she was awake when you were patting her head earlier. The response is a rather short burst of embarrassment, humor, and happiness, replaced quickly by a rather unconvincing sense of confusion. Before you break the connection, she communicates something else to you. She sends you visions of you and Lisa leaving the grove, and then you watch as images of the forest fly by at a very fast pace. Despite barely having time to observe them, you feel a surprising ability to remember the details. Maybe it's to make sure you don't get lost?After you break off the connection, you gather up Riolu and Froakie and make sure you have all your supplies. You and Lisa head north of the grove, waving back at the group of creatures. They all mimic the gesture, though you're not entirely sure they're familiar with it.After you walk past the first few trees, they slowly fade from view, and the clearing appears as a large puddle once again. You take the lead, carefully tracing your way through the woods. The images you gained earlier make it trivial to find your way forward.>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)>Try and practice using aura vision while walking again (1d20)>Check on Riolu or Froakie (specify)>Examine an object in your possession (specify)>Other (specify)
>>35714812>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)about home, maybe? ask her if she'd like to join us again on our next trip? or start thinking/planning about celebrations
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>35714812>Try and practice using aura vision while walking again (1d20)
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>35714812>>Try and practice using aura vision while walking again (1d20)Practise Aura. Become Aura.
>>35714928This, look for syther.
You decide to try using your aura skills while on the move once again. Maybe you'll have better luck.Once you close your eyes, you focus in, trying to get a sense of where things are while keeping up the pace. As you visualize things with aura however, you realize something else. You can visualize the trees and undergrowth, but you recognize the shape of each one you see. It all correlates to some image the figure gave you earlier.With that in mind, you begin moving carefully, but surely. The forest floor almost feels second nature to you, and your ability to easily see all the vegetation is helping a lot. You're not sure if you could repeat this performance anywhere else, but as long as you have something to help you reference your location and there isn't anything to trip you up, you feel confident about it.>Ability increased: Aura Vision IIIAs you keep walking, you focus in on your companions. Riolu seems to be attempting to mimic you, though without the same level of detail, he has a bit more trouble navigating. His height gives him a better angle on the undergrowth though, and he manages to keep up fairly well. Lisa is scanning the treeline for any potential surprises, though you can occasionally sense her glancing in your direction as well.The time seems to pass by quickly as you make your way to the edge of the forest. You open your eyes once you come to the edge, arriving at the foothills of the mountain pass. It's around midday, meaning you should be able to make it to the other side by nightfall. From there, you still need to cross the desert, but your home was getting closer by the day.After a quick break to eat some rations and drink some water, you begin your trek up the pass. It's rather wide in the foothills, though some of the sections later on were much more narrow, from what you'd heard. Fortunately, the pass primarily wound its way through the valleys, rather than the higher parts of the mountains.(cont)
Due to that, the chance of a serious fall was rather low, though you think you'll avoid walking while using aura, just to be on the safe side.Once you have everything in order, you start your way through the pass.>Talk with Lisa about something while you walk (specify)>Check up on Riolu or Froakie>Examine an item in your inventory (specify)>Other (specify)Also,>Roll 1d20
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>35715373>Check up on Riolu or Froakierandom encounters?
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>35715373>>Check up on Riolu or FroakieSee whats up with the lil guys
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>35715411Rollin' to save us!
what the fuck happened to Barry?
>>35715669Died. Eaten by a Wailord. Very tragic.
Rolled 20 (1d20)>>35715669Different quest, same quest pic
>>35715852Oh, well I WOULD roll the 20 too late wouldn't I.
You decide to check up on Riolu and Froakie. Froakie is resting on your head once again, and he seems a bit more cheerful than usual. You did notice him spending some time swimming in that lake yesterday as well as this morning. It makes sense that he'd enjoy the water. You wonder how he's going to cope once you get to the desert.Riolu is walking alongside you rather than sitting in your pouch. He occasionally runs ahead to explore an interesting looking rock formation or overhang, mostly to how high he can jump in relation to it. He seems to prefer walking to when your group was traveling by wagon, despite the fact that you usually make more progress with your aura training when you don't need to focus on walking. It seems like Riolu enjoys training his more physical abilities just as much as he enjoys improving his aura based ones.As you continue along the pass, you reach a more narrow overlook, which passes alongside a rather deep looking ravine. It's only a short distance, but you should still be careful while crossing next to it.As you're crossing however, you hear a loud screeching cry come from above. You twist your neck to attempt to locate the sound, and flinch as it increases in pitch to an unbearable level. As you clutch your ears in pain, you see a dark shadow swoop down from above, it circles about, and you can barely make out its form. However, while your attention was focused on it, you neglected to notice the large amount of falling rock that the noise had brought down. The landslide begins crumbling the ledge beneath you. The ground beneath Lisa breaks first, though you quickly grasp her arm to prevent her from falling. You use both hands to try to pull her back up, though while your back is turned, you feel a rock slam squarely into your leg causing you to tumble forward in to the abyss.(cont)
You blink your eyes open, finding yourself in a cave. A faint light from above barely makes the room visible. You see Lisa lying on the ground nearby, her Pidgeotto gently nudging her with its beak. You groan as you stand. You're alive, but you feel like you fell off of a rooftop three times.>Ceil HP 5/10Froakie and Riolu seem a little less worse for wear than you. It seems they were able to catch themselves and leap down more carefully. Working your way over to Lisa, you inspect her body for any major injuries. Fortunately, there's nothing major you can notice, but you apply a bit of healing to her just to make sure. "Ceil? Where are we?" Lisa asks, groaning as she sits up."I'm not sure. That monster caused a rockslide and made us fall into the ravine," you reply, glancing around the room further. It seems that this cave is part of a larger cavern system, and there are tunnels leading in several directions."Well, I don't think we're going to get back up that cliff," Lisa replies, dusting herself off as she stands, "Especially if that thing is up there waiting for us.""Maybe, but there might not be another way out.">Try climbing back up the cliff>Follow the tunnel to the north, maybe it will lead to the other side of the pass>Follow the tunnel to the south, maybe there's an exit near the foothills>Other (specify)
>>35716235>Other (specify)Eat berries or heal self in some way.
>>35716291If possible sounds good, else>>35716235>Follow the tunnel to the north, maybe it will lead to the other side of the pass
>>35716235This>>35716291Also check out equipment for damage.
You dig through your pouch and take out an Oran berry, nibbling at it while deciding your next course of action.You go through your supplies to make sure nothing was damaged. A couple of your rations were crushed, but other than that, you don't notice any problems. You go ahead and eat the rations as well. It was almost time to have lunch anyway, and while they're still edible, you don't want to keep carrying the crumbs around. You share the rest with everyone else, and the quick snack seems to help a bit.>Ceil HP 10/10>Inventory Change: 1 Oran BerryAfter you finish putting your supplies back, you decide to head through the north tunnel. Lisa was right that the monster might be waiting, and you don't remember seeing any caves in the foothills. Further into the pass was probably your best chance at finding something useful.You ready your glaive just to be safe, since there could be anything down here. Once ready, you press onward.The tunnels themselves are all quite varied in size. You stick to the passages you can fit through, though there are several side passages which seem to wind through it, some small enough only for your monsters, and others large enough for creatures of a much more dangerous size.Ducking your head, you enter into a rather large cavern. The ceilings are high and there are several outcroppings and overhands of rock. There's even an underground stream which seems to trickle through the area.However, what catches your attention more immediately are the small monsters which seem to be scattered about the cavern. They don't seem to have noticed you yet, though you feel Lisa tugging you back into the tunnel."Ceil. This is very bad.""What's wrong? Do you recognize those things?""Only from what I've heard. If I'm right, those things are Bagon. They're dragons, but they're still young.""Could be tough to get around them, but I think-""It's not them I'm worried about, it's that I think I've figured out where we are." (cont)
"My dad used to tell me stories when we went hunting in the desert. He said some of the dragons that live there dig large tunnels underneath the ground where they nest. He also said that those tunnels connected with other natural ones in the mountains, and that they even continued all the way to the sea!""You're not suggesting that we're in those tunnels?""If we are, then we need to be very careful," she states, "Though if I'm right, then following these tunnels north should get us to the desert, assuming all goes well."With that settled, you glance back at the room with the Bagon. That was the direction you needed to go, though you needed to find a good way past these things.>Try and sneak past them around the exterior of the cavern>Run through and fight off any that try and stop you>Head back and try and find another passage leading around>Other (specify)
>>35716768>Other (specify)See if there is any way to catch one, then do that.
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>35716843This. Whistle softly to attract the attention of the closest one, or maybe feel out to it with aura to get it's notice.
>>35716843See if there is a way to lure one away, preferably one that is ostracised from the group and will be least missed.
>>35716922>>35716933These two, using aura.Also pls clear your dice.
>>35716963I always forget
You opt to attempt to lure one closer to you, away from the group. You focus in with aura, pinpointing the location of those within the room. They all have the regal looking aura you're familiar with, and you sense several more beyond the confines of this room, all of varying strength. Singling out the closest one, you toss a pebble to get its attention. It turns and faces you, sniffing at the ground. Then it slowly stomps over in your direction.It'll get to you in a few moments, time to decide on your move:>Attack it and try to take it out without the other Bagon noticing>Attempt to 'capture' it (specify method)>Other (specify)In any case, roll 1d20.
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>35717143>>Attempt to 'capture' it (specify method)Use Aura in an attempt to connect with it. As a psuedo-legendary dragon pokemon, it should have some primal innate connection to aura even if it can't actively use it.
>>35717177>Nat 1Well fuck, I've killed us all.
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>35717143>Attack it and try to take it out without the other Bagon noticingHave our monsters flank and us get close.
>>35717177I will point out that every living thing has a connection with Aura, since it's basically an expressions of life force.Whether or not something can utilize aura in a meaningful way is a different matter.
Rolled 3 (1d20)>>35717143>Attempt to 'capture' it (specify method)Use a berry as a bribe and connect to it via aura.
>>35717177Why is it whenever we try to add new pokemon to our group, we roll like shit?
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>35717237Rolling for this and us not to die.
So many nat ones.
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>35717143Rolling incase we're somehow not best of three rolls
You inch closer to the Bagon, trying not to make any sudden movements that would-You suddenly feel all the wind being knocked from your lungs. It seems the Bagon suddenly lunged at you, knocking you backwards into the wall. >Ceil HP 6/10It winds back before exhaling a gout of flame, but Froakie quickly intercepts it with a stream of bubbles. Riolu bounds off of the cave wall, getting behind it. It wheels about quickly, and Riolu smacks it in the face a few times for good measure.Lisa's Pidgeotto doesn't seem like it can really assist in these narrow tunnels, so Lisa instead sends her new monster into the fray instead. It scampers forward rather quickly, striking as best it can with its tail and paws. The tiny dragon unleashes another burst of fire to get them to back off, and manages to give itself some room. It looks somewhat injured, though you notice a few of the other Bagon in the room are taking notice of the bright flames.>Take this one out as quickly as possible>Divide your group to take on multiple Bagon>Flee and find a passage around>Other (specify)
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>35717527>Take this one out as quickly as possibleDogpile on the Bagon!
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>35717527>>Take this one out as quickly as possibleOhh golly
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>35717527>Take this one out as quickly as possible
Without a moment of hesitation, you rush in, sweeping your glaive low. The beast lowers its head to charge again, but you quickly swipe your glaive upward, flipping the small creature into the air.You could swear you almost see a smile on its face, but if there was one, it quickly disappears when Riolu leaps up and slams it into the ground using its arms.Buried head-first into the ground, it seems to be struggling to free itself. That's when Lisa takes the opportunity to loose one of her arrows, which bites deep. Its body falls over limp.Unfortunately, it seems like three more of them are moving in towards you, curious about the commotion.>Stand and fight>Flee and find another route>Other (specify)Once again, 1d20
>>35717527We fucking killed it!?!
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>35717694>Stand and fightTry to subdue not kill.
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>35717694>>Stand and fightFight to subdue, not to kill. No need to kill the poor things for protecting their home.
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>35717753Seconding.
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>35717694Try to use Aura to send out waves of calm and peace, failing that>Stand and fightAttempt to incapacitate
>>35717753>>35717765>>35717775What the fuck is up with our rolls tonight? If this keeps up, we ain't gonna get shit done.
You take the lead once more, swinging your glaive in a wide arc. That gets their attention. Froakie moves around behind them, unleashing a cloud of bubbles. While they don't seem very bothered by it, it decreases the odds that any more will decide to join in.Riolu sweeps in afterwards, striking at one with aura imbued palm strikes. The one struck stumbles, though it seems to still be up. Lisa's Sentret is running interference, grabbing the attention of the other two, though it has to fall back once they start spewing fire.>Roll 1d20
Rolled 20 (1d20)>>35717910Non lethal pls
Rolled 8 (1d20)>>35717910I AM THE STRONGEST! BABY DRAGONS WILL DO AS I SAY!
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>35717910Fly bagons fly (non-lethally)
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>35717937Finally!
>>35717993and you've doomed us you fool!
>>35718020Best of first three, man.
>>35717937We demonstrate such prowess that all agree to follow us.
Lunging forward, you sweep your glaive under the two on the left, causing them to tumble to the ground. Meanwhile, Froakie, leaps up and off a stalagmite, crashing into the previously downed Bagon with a Water Pulse. It doesn't get back up, but it still seems to be breathing.Riolu quickly rushes the two you downed, performing a quick set of strikes to the stomach of each. Not only does this render them unconscious, it also seemed to knock the air out of their lungs preventing them from crying out and alerting the others.Now, the questions was what to do next:>Try and sneak around the room now that you've thinned the numbers>Fall back and regroup>Press the advantage and continue taking down the rest of them>Other (specify)
>>35718100>Try and sneak around the room now that you've thinned the numbersAlso headpats for your two little badasses
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>35718100>>>Press the advantage and continue taking down the rest of themNo survivors
>>35718100>Other (specify)Use aura to determine the best one, grab it and run.
>>35718149We are at half health, supporting this.
>>35718149>>35718127 here, do this before we sneak out but after headpats/congrats to Riolu and Froakie.
>>35718149I'll second this. We need a guide, and a Bagon would work the best down here.
You give Riolu and Froakie a quick pat on the head, a silent thanks for their hard work.Then you focus in with your aura on the Bagon you fought. All of them are rather dull and muted, andd not quite as vibrant as when you saw them before. What you do notice is that the Bagon Lisa shot earlier seems to still be alive, if just barely. You could take that one, but you're not sure if you'll be able to save it.>Take the heavily injured Bagon (1d20)>Take one of the other threeAfter you make your choice, it's a simple matter to cross the room. With the lower number of Bagon, there are plenty of gaps to exploit as you move for the far exit. Once you reach it, you squeeze through the narrow tunnel for a ways, eventually reaching a tiny alcove where you decide to rest for a moment.>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)>Try and communicate with the Bagon about something (specify)>Continue on through the cave (specify)>Other (specify)
>>35718330>Take the heavily injured Bagon (1d20)WE take responsibility>Talk with Lisa about something (specify)We need to get you some blunted arrows when we're trying to capture not kill.
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>35718330>>Take the heavily injured Bagon (1d20)>Try and communicate with the Bagon about something (specify)>"We mean you no harm, lol"
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>35718330>>35718384 I forgot my roll
>>35718330Eat the last Oran berry, heal the Bagon with aura.
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>35718400Ill make that 3rd roll then
You gently place the injured Bagon down on the cave floor, and begin channeling your energy into it. You watch closely with aura as it stabilizes, though it doesn't seem to have regained consciousness.Healing takes a lot out of you, so you decide to eat an Oran berry as well.>Ceil HP 10/10>Inventory Change: 0 Oran berriesYou focus in with your aura on the Bagon. Even if it's unconscious, you should still be able to communicate with it.You start to get images. Images of the cave, images of fights, images of leaping from the high points in the room and crashing into the floor. The image of a gargantuan dragon with blood red wings. You're also overtaken with an intense desire for flight. It's overpowering, like it's going to burst out of your chest.focusing on more recent events, you try and see what it thinks of you. It thinks you're scrawny. It thinks you're whiny. It thinks Froakie is annoying. It thinks Riolu is a way better fighter than you. It thinks Sentret looks tasty. It thinks that the dragon that shot its tooth at it is a coward, but strong. And just for a moment, you get a glimpse that it thinks you helped it fly, just for a moment.How would you like to convince this Bagon to help you, and for how long?>Convince it to guide you to a north exit of the caves (specify how)>Convince it to accompany you on your journey from now on (specify how)>Other (specify)
>>35718736>Convince it to accompany you on your journey from now on (specify how)Remain with us, fight by us and I will give you flight.
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>35718736>>Convince it to accompany you on your journey from now on (specify how)>Aura it thoughts of "You wish to fly? Stick with me, I'll help you achieve that goal"
>>35718736>>Convince it to accompany you on your journey from now on (specify how)Tell it we helped it fly for a moment, and it'll never learn to fly in a cave. It should go on an adventure, see the sky, and fight other stronger things. If it comes with us, we can help it get strong, we can help it fly again one day.If it helps us on our journey, we'll do everything we can to help it fly.
You communicate the thoughts that you could help it fly. Your memories of the sky above, of high mountains and towers. Of all the flying creatures you've seen so far. Of powerful foes that would help it grow stronger. You wait a moment, as it seems the Bagon ponders you suggestion, picking apart the images you've shown him. Eventually, it offers what seems like affirmation. It has agreed to help you on your journey.You thank it, then release your focus. You're back in the cave, next to Lisa and the unconscious Bagon. It rouses from its slumber a few moments later, though a quick peek at it's aura reveals its still somewhat weak.Before you can offer any protest, it barks at you sharply, before stomping down the tunnel northward. You quickly gather your gear and follow after it.You've got a new monster in your group, though escaping these caves is still your first priority. Hopefully your new companion can help find a way out.-------------------------------------------------And that's where I'm gonna have to call it. Thanks for playing. I'll be up for another 30 minutes or so for questions or comments.
>>35719076Just got here, that was awesome. I'm incredibly thrilled we got the Bagon. Thanks for running Medievalmon. I'm glad you were able to come back and continue running
>>35719076Great thread. Archived yet?
>>35719102Thanks. It's good to be back>>35719116Yep
>>35719076Thanks for running again, I've missed it
>>35719140Yeah. Sorry for the extremely long gap. Once I fell out of the rhythm it just spiraled from there.