LAST TIME ON GEASS QUEST: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36205375/ Thread times and updates posted here: https://twitter.com/CrosswireRules and Mechanics: http://pastebin.com/J8ehewqf "Xinlu Kuu, my name is Baska Tiga. You killed my little brother, prepare to die!"The two knightmares charge forward, their orange tiger stripe paint jobs standing out like lit flames against the dull brown rock of the mountainside as they move to attack you, the super heated teeth of their katana's spinning wildly in the hands of their Gekka's. Stray stones are kicked into the air as one of the Gekka’s begins driving up the slope to your right with the other one charging straight at you, leaving a trail of dust in it's waste as it glides across the ground on it's slim, but powerful landspinners. It’s hard to tell but you’re pretty sure the one heading right at you is Baska and the one going up the slope is the girl, Suskie.With a sharp cliff to your back and to your left, an uphill mountain slope to your right which one of the Gekka now stands upon, and the only suitable road down the mountain being the past the charging Gekka, you find yourself boxed in by the two Eleven pilots. You quickly go over your options and recall what equipment you have. All four of your slash harkens are functional, your Blaze Luminous shields can still be used, you have half a clip of bullets and half a clip of grenades in your coilgun, and your Revolving blade sword is ready to go. At 79% power you don't have to worry about running out of power unless you end up fighting these two for an hour and a half. >(1/2)
>>36330731Your room to maneuver on the mountainside is slim, with very little even ground between you and Maska and the uphill climb being guarded by Suskie. If you engage with Baska you could easily get shot in the side during the struggle by his sister, but if you try to repel down the mountain using your slash harkens your lines could get cut, and a 60 foot drop down onto hard ground probably wouldn't be great for the Sutherland Club’s legs.If you remain still you’re as good as dead, you need to take action and soon. What will you do?>Try to fight Baska and Suskie on the mountainside>Use your Slash Harkens to try to repel down from the mountain into more favorable terrian.>Other (Write in)
>>36330780>Use your Slash Harkens to try to repel down from the mountain into more favorable terrian.
>>36330731>>Use your Slash Harkens to try to repel down from the mountain into more favorable terrian.Also, didn't we have a Chaos Mine as well?
>>36330780>Try to fight Baska and Suskie on the mountainside
>>36330780>Write inChaos mine the lower hill one, fire all slash hardens at the upper hill one and try to take him out as quickly as possible.
>>36331122ThisRepelling down the hill will make us fail our objective
>>36330780I support this >>36331122Seems like the best idea.
>>36331122If we have more than one chaos mine this is perfect.
>>36330780>>36330828changing my vote to>>36331122
>>36331122This.Little room to manuver means that the chaos mine will be super effective
>>36330908Yes you do, I completely forgot about that and the spare clip.
Well, okay, we do need to test the stuff.Changing from >>36330908 to >>36331122 , not that it matters.Though keep in mind that forearm harkens can be used as blades, maybe we'll get an opportunity to use them this way.
>>36331363I was thinking we'd fire them into the enemy, but if they missed we'd use them as a way to propel ourself at the guy. Preferably while firing our coilgun
>>36331454That works too.
>>36331122>>36331212>>36331228>>36331260>>36331269>>36331278Remembering the Chaos Grenade you thought to bring with you on this mission, you reach down and yank the grenade off the Sutherland Club’s hardpoint. Pulling back the Club’s arm you lob it into the air and right into the path of the charging Gekka.Baska seems to spy the grenade just as it bursts open as he quickly jolts backwards as a wall of shrapnel is sprayed down from the suspended grenade. It’s disappointing to see the grenade avoided so easily, but you quickly realize that Baska can’t get to you with the Chaos Grenade’s shrapnel spray blocking the only level path to you!You quickly turn your gaze to the Gekka on the hill and take aim, firing off all four of your Slash Harkens at in an attempt to turn this into a one on one fight..>Roll 1d100’s. Only the first three will be accepted.
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>36331516rollan
Rolled 31 (1d100)>>36331516
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>36331516FUCK YOU BITCH!
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>36331516
>>36331544a bit too late. still this >>36331540 is pretty good
>>36331532>>36331534>>36331544fucking damn it>>36331540bless you
>>36331544Now I feel bad for rolling.
>>36331540...72 is fine too
>>36331571It's okay, you were just a bit too slow.
>>36331582Nah I was the 31.
>>36331618no hard felings bro
>>36331618Then your feeling bad is justified. Carry on.
>>36331823Its ok, I like it.
>>36331540>72The Gekka on the hill doesn't see your attack until it's too late, turning it's mono-optic head away from the floating shrapnel spraying grenade of death to see a swirl of harkens flying towards it. It takes two harkens to the midsection and two too the torso, the harkens punching through the armor and digging in deep.Sparks and smokes fume from the holes and the cockpit blasts off from the Knightmare as it slumps over, only kept from falling down the hill by the ragged terrain."Suskie!" You hear Baska cry as you reel in your harken lines."I-I'm fine! Just focus on the fight!" The girl's cockpit disappears into the distance and the chao's grenade's husk drops to the ground at Baska's feet.The moment the path is clear Baska launches forward, crossing the distance between you and him in an instant. He brings his revolving blade down on you so fast you barely manage to throw your own blade to block his, sparks flying wildly as the two super heated chainswords grind against one another.You try to thrust your gun into him and fire, but he grabs your gun arm with his Gekka's free hand and directs it skyward. Baska's Knightmare swifts it's weight into yours and hits the throttle on it's landspinners, forcing you backwards towards the edge of the cliff.Pushing back with your own spinners doesn't do anything as the Gekka proves to have more power to it's landspinner's then the Sutherland Club does."You may have killed my brother and disabled Suskie's Gekka, but I won't be taken down so easily! You die here and now, there's no escape!"The cliff edge gets closer and closer with every passing second, your landspinners kicking up dirt as you push back against Baska.Your Knightmare's arms are restrained, but you still have the Slash Harkens on the torso. At this range it'd be hard to dodge the attack, but you'd risk getting pushed off the edge. >
>>36331907Alternatively you could try to use the strength of Baska's own Gekka against it, reversing and spinning to try and throw him over the edge of the cliff. It could easily go badly if you did it wrong, but the risk would be absolutely worth it.What do you wish to do?>Fire the torso slash harkens into him!>Reverse, spin, and throw him off the cliff!>Other (Write in)
>>36331924>BothSlash harkens are a distraction to take his eyes off the reverse spin!
>>36331924So, what would happen if we activate Blaze luminous on the arm he's holding?
>>36331943Might cost us more power but I'll back it.
>>36331955>So, what would happen if we activate Blaze luminous on the arm he's holding?You're not sure. The blaze probably wouldn't be inhibited by his Knightmare's hand so the shield would probably take shape regardless of what was in the way, so maybe it's force his arm away? Or maybe cut it off? You'd have to do it to find out...
>>36331924this >>36331943Also, be prepared to use the other slash harkens to at least slow down our descent if we fail.and >>36331955 brings up a very good point.>>36331965Don't worry about power, we have plenty of it right now.
>>36331991Then let's do it! Lloyd would be interested in the result anyway.
>>36331991Can.. can we do all three?
>>36331992I have a feeling we may have to go for another round with some geass construct.
>>36331943lets go for it!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpjbHKnyOoQ
>>36332030Even so, Suzaku should be here soon so we'll have back up if we really need it
>>36331943>>36331924This sounds good.
>>36332057I still voted for it.
>>36331991Blaze luminous for science, if the results are shitty then >>36331943ALL HAIL BRITANNIA
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>36331943>>36331992>>36331999>>36332044>>36332059>>36332069Mind racing, your sweaty gloved hands find their way to the firing triggers for the Slash Harkens and pull back on them, firing off the dual pair on the chest as you yank back on the controls and reverse the direction of your landspinners.You pull the Sutherland Club hard to the left, trying to spin and use the Gekka’s own force to throw it straight of the side of the mountain.Baska reacts quickly though and fires his own Slash Harken off slamming on hitting the breaks...>Roll 1d100’s. On the first three will be accepted. Baska’s roll must be beaten to succeed.
>>36331907>"I-I'm fine! Just focus on the fight!"Aaaaand i think we need to deal with her once we're finished with her brother.
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>36332333hope I get this right!
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>36332333
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>36332333>Rolled 21 (1d100)Wow. The rebels sure are something, huh.
>>36332339we need info on this "wizard" so lets TRY to keep them alive!
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>36332333
>>36332371>Keep him alive>Throw him off a cliffWe kind of just chose one of those.
>>36332371There were like 8 knightmares and 100 people in the area iirc, and that's not counting this cute family.
>>36332371We don't need him. The girl ejected.. we'll take her.
>>36332406to be fair, it's possible that throwing him off the cliff won't kill him. just severely injure him
Rolled 90 (1d100)>>36332347>47 vs 21!Baska’s single slash harken hits one of your own slash harkens and mitigates the other to grazing the side, however he aborenty fails in stopping his Gekka and goes flying off the edge of the cliff with an audible gasp coming over the radio.With his Slash Harken still reeling back in, her flails his Gekka’s arms and tries to stop his fall…>Rolling...
>>36332460god damn it!
>>36332460Aww Fuck him.
>>36332460hell live to fight us another day
>>36332460If he grabs onto the ledge infront of us empty the coilgun into his cockpit.
>>36332537he is going to eject calling it now
>>36332517We don't need no Inigo Montoyas, so dealing with the sibling must be our top piority.This world has place only for CHAR.
http://codegeass.wikia.com/wiki/LiverpoolI can see why the Sutherland was picked
>>36332613we could be our recuring rival
>>36332646Looks like a GDI Titan from Tiberian Sun
>>36332460Falling so close to the cliff, Baska is able to cut his revolving blade into the side of it and slow his fall long enough for his Harken to reel in. He uses his harken to stop his fall and repel the rest of the way down the cliff, landing safely at the bottom.He’s uninjured, but he’s lost his terrain advantage with you at the top of a cliff and him at the bottom in wide open terrian. This fact doesn’t seem lost on him as Baska moves as soon as his Knightmare’s feet hit the ground, circling around towards the road leading to the top of the cliff, switching from zigging around out in the open and hugging tightly to the cliff wall.From all the way on top of the cliff it’s easy to see him but he’s moving fast and erratically. Hitting him will be hard, but if you burn through your 57mm rounds you should be able to do it. Alternatively you could spray your grenades, try to use the wide blasts to trip him up long enough to land a solid hit. What will you do?>Fire your coilgun at him, use both clips if you have too.>Fire your grenades!>Other (Write in)
>>36332681>Fire your grenades!
>>36332681Call Suzaku, ask for air support,
>>36332681>Fire your coilgun at him, use both clips if you have too. WE going to need the nades for them grouped up enemies.
>>36332711>Call Suzaku, ask for air supportHe's already on his way.
>>36332681>moving fast and erraticallyGood thing AOE doesn't care!>Fire your grenades!
>>36332681Fuck him up in close combat.Captcha: operators ximrage
>>36332681>>Fire your grenades!
>>36332646The things that killed them look weird as fuck
>>36332711I agree. It might be overkill, but we'll be sure to not see that guy escape our clutches.>>36332681>Other (Write in)Asking for a Spinzaku airstrike.
>>36332724Yeah, sorry, guess i forgor Ask how far is he while >>36332718It would be nice to go down for katana action though. Who knows, maybe we could hear a voice promising us great power. ..the same is true for this Baska guy?
>>36332724Oh sorry. Changing my vote, then.From >>36332815 to :>>36332681>Fire your grenades!
>>36332681>Fire your grenades!Ahead of him at the cliff above his path. Try to cause a rock slide or something
>>36332750>>36332741>>36332694>>36332698>>36332864>GrenadesWheeling over to the edge of the cliff and take aim, emptying your coilgun's clip as you rain down 80mm grenades in front of Baska's Gekka as it makes a beeline, not for road headed to the top of the cliff, but to the wreckage of the truck...>Roll 1d100's only the first three will be accepted.
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>36332909rolling
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>36332909
>>36332759Why the fuck is it called 'Alexander' when it clearly has tits?
>>36332923We just bulls eyed him with a grenade didn't we?
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>36332909Rollan da dakka
>>36332923Ded as fuck
>>36332909He's in for a very bad time
>>36332931Because they named it Alex on the schematics and no one bothered to check the full name.
>>36332923>98Your grenades, instead of landing in front of Baska and damaging him with the explosive area of effect, directly hit his Knightmare and in a rapid series of explosions, rip it to pieces.Robotic limbs and splinters of metal are sent flying everywhere as the wreckage of the Gekka spirals forward, bouncing along the ground and slamming into the side the cliff with enough force to send thunderous vibrations through your frame.The remains of the Gekka quickly catch fire with nothing remaining but the torso and a horrendously mauled cockpit, which pops off and drops to the ground, the ejection system having completely failed.For a moment you just stand there, smiling over the death over one of your enemies until the cockpit pops open and a bleeding, battereding Japanese boy probably no older then you comes hobbling out.Even from this distance it's obvious that he's in no condition to run, but he does his best to move over to the smashed wreckage of the truck lying at the bottom of the cliff.You repel down and make your way over to him, eager to interrogate him for information. When you get close you can hear him screaming in anger, practically at the top of his lungs.>(1/2)
>>36333094>move over to the smashed wreckage of the truckAnother mindfuck incoming? Poor Shirley.
>>36333094no....no no no
>>36333157I don't think geass can heal
>>36333169We killed all all the civies Good job.
>>36333094HE'S GONNA BLOW!
>>36333218Everything is fine.
>>36333194>>36333196>>36333206I don't get it
>>36333265Suicide bomb is my guess>>36333248I DON'T TRUST YOU, SKELETON
>>36333264hey don't worry! you will get a bigger kill count next time!.
>>36333265He gets a geass and is a reoccurring enemy that hates us specifically.
>>36333094"Where is he!?!?! He was in here just a minute ago! He has to be here, he NEEDS to be here!" The Eleven boy stands on the flatbed of the mangled truck, banging his bloodied fists against a metal sphere of some kind with pressure gauges and tanks attached to it, which appears to have been smashed open from the fall. Nothing is inside of it, not weapons, or gas, or drugs, or even a body. All that remains inside the pod is darkness and emptiness...Despite that the boy continues to move around the truck, crawling on his hands and knees once his legs give out from under him as if searching for something precious. You don't know what he could possibly be looking for, just what was in that pod that was so important...and where did it go?In his state Baska would be easy to capture, but judging from his wounds he'll be dead quite shortly if he doesn't receive proper medical treatment. You could interrogate him now but it'd almost certainly kill him, bringing him back would ensure his survival but make interrogation without disruption much more difficult...What do you wish to do?>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.>Interrogate him now, his death will cost you knowing if you can learn something valuable. >Other (Write in)
>>36333324>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later."you are coming with me punk"
>>36333324>>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.the Brittainan military knows how to get answers
>>36333324>Interrogate him now, his death will cost you knowing if you can learn something valuable.
>>36333324>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.Then Use those 2 fancy scouting factspheres to try and detect what was in that truck and if there is anyone else nearby.
>>36333361the fun way!
>>36333324>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.Let Suzaku take care of him
>>36333371The Sutherland Club only has one factsphere, I believe you're getting it confused for the Lancelot Club.
>>36333371I like how you think.
>>36333324>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.Mostly because Suzaku is coming, and if he catches us interrogating a dying enemy instead of making sure he doesn't die so he can be taken in, he will not be happy with us.Also, we should check the surrounding area. Whatever was in there couldn't have gotten that far, and our factsphere can detect heat signatures
>>36333391Still should use it, see if we can find what he is looking for.
>>36333391Use it anyway.
>>36333324>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.
>>36333324>Interrogate him now, his death will cost you knowing if you can learn something valuable. Maybe have a breakdown in the process, just for fun and drama.
>>36333353>>36333361>>36333371>>36333383>>36333403>>36333468>Capture Baska alive“You’re not used to me dead.” You mutter, reaching out with the Sutherland Club and scooping the crawling Baska off the ground like he was a tiny pocket sized puppy. “D-damn you! Let me go! You’ll never catch me alive!” You quickly wrap the Sutherland Club’s fingers around Baska, tightly enough so that he’s restrained but not so much that he’s crushed and killed by the force. It’s somewhat amusing to watch him thrash his head around in the Club’s grip, you doubt even a dedicated rebel could kill themselves without the use of their hands. Knowing that if Baska had a sucide pill he’d have already used it by now, you activate your Factsphere and begin scanning the area for what could have been in the tank…>Roll me some 1d100’s.
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>36333554scanning
Rolled 92 (1d100)>>36333554
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>36333554come on...
>>36333578We interrogate the fuck out of him
>>36333570Just sit back and let >>36333578handle it. He's better at it than you...
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>36333554
>>36333593so much info!
>>36333593>>36333745I think the roll was for factsphere info, no?
>>36333798Yes it was. Anons are being stupid.
>>36333798It was for the factsphere, yes?
>>36333578>92Scanning the truck itself doesn’t result in anything unusual on the sensors, zero EM emissions save for some residual energy left over from the now long dead car engine. Whatever was inside the pod wasn’t mechanical, or at the very least wasn’t mechanical and active. Switching over to the thermal sensors yields more results despite the other sources of heat in the area. The car itself is fairly cold save for the still warm corpse of the driver in the front seat. Despite the chilly weather however the pod itself is still warm, especially on the inside. A closer inspection of the pod and the reason for the warmness quickly becomes apparent. The inside is covered in blood, some dried, some fresh. Whatever was inside this pod bleed enough to coat the inside of the pod with the stuff.Dropping the pod and making a note to bring back a blood sample, you examine the ground surrounding the car and see heated marks leading away from the truck in the shape of what appear to be footprints of some kind. You follow the tracks over to a small nearby stream where they vanish.You look for any signs of a body or an injured person, but don't see anything on the banks or in the water besides fish. Whoever was in that pod is gone and probably dead, though maybe that's for the best...A groan from Baska reminds you of his injuries and you remember that you need to get him treated if you want him to live long enough to be interrogated.What do you wish to do?>Meet up with Suzaku and get Baska back to the Avalon, bring a sample of blood back with you as well.>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can wait.>Other (Write in)
>>36334147>Meet up with Suzaku and get Baska back to the Avalon, bring a sample of blood back with you as well.
>>36334147>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can wait.So what if he dies? And blood samples are no good, we need the real thing.
>>36334147>Meet up with Suzaku and get Baska back to the Avalon, bring a sample of blood back with you as well.this code bearer might end up finding us if he wants to make a contract with us
>>36334147>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can wait.Wathever that is, it must be important if Baska and his partner wanted to retrieve it from this now destroyed rebel base. Keep on searching for it.
>>36334147>Meet up with Suzaku and get Baska back to the Avalon, bring a sample of blood back with you as well. Broadcast a quick if you're out there you aren't my target this*point to Baska* is. If you come out i can take you to safety.
>>36334244I like this idea!
>>36334147>>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can wait.
>>36334147>>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can wait.The CODE, THE COOOOODE!
>>36334147>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can wait.
>>36334244seconding this, never turn down an opportunity for a social link.
>>36334147>Meet up with Suzaku and get Baska back to the Avalon, bring a sample of blood back with you as well.He'll find us or he wont.
>>36334147Chaning from this >>36334213 to >>36334244Uhh what the fuck, for some reason I keep changing my votes today, sorry if it's confusing Crosswire.
Will you fuckers stop same fagging?
Aaaaand suddenly we have +4 posters who want to continue searching. Just stop.
>>36334355some people just want to watch quests burn
>>36334355Yeah now that they've just same fagged to the lead they will.
>>36334355>>36334374>There are 18 posters in this thread.It's plausible.
cross can you negate those samefag votes?
>>36334147>Meet up with Suzaku and get Baska back to the Avalon, bring a sample of blood back with you as well.if this is anything like C.C., It'll come to us in good time
>>36334374But anon if that one guy eants it the quest should go that way! Why do other posters matter!
>>36334147>Continue searching the area for whatever was in the pod, Baska can waitCode takes priority, seriously.
>>36334401What, samefagging? There were like 14 posters for the last hour, and suddenly the number jumps to 18. Now there are 20..
>>36334401No. Look at the rest of the votes throughout the thread. The sudden spike is one guy saying COOOOOODDDEEE. I'm not even sure Surley has any idea that it's a code or what that is.. but this fucker wants super powers so he's derailing shit.
>>36334436Wow, it's almost like it's an important vote or something. So lurkers are coming out.
>>36334244I am very much in support of this idea.
>>36334476Is the excuse provided.
>>36334457If that's the case, then it's sad.Maybe we should namefag ourselves, or something ? I did it once, so it doesn't bother me in the slightest.
>First major vote in the thread>Devolves into SAAAAAAAAMEFAAAAG as soon as more people start votingThis is fucking hilarious.
>>36334516Namefagging isn't really effective, as someone could just put in a bunch of random names each time to make it appear as if he is many people
>>36334564It's the thing I want so clearly in no way is a samefag involved!
>>36334147Actually, I just thought of an Idea. Get Suzaku over here quickly and have him take Baska while we search
>>36334507I think that was sarcasm. At least I want to believe so.>>36334564Yeah, right, and it's just a coincidence that all the samefagging happened right after all people who were active in this thread voted. Mhm.Whatever. Maybe it's time to roll an 1d2 or something.
>>36334622Conflicted by your desire to keep Baska alive to milk for information and your curiosity over what was in the pod, you turn on your radio and try to get a hold of Suzaku. "Suzaku? Suzaku are you there? It's me Kuu.""Yeah I'm reading you Shi--er, Kuu. I've been following your IFF signal since I left the Avalon, you're still on the other side of the mountain right? I'm just another minute away. Is everything alright?""No not really." You say with a glance down at the still struggling Baska. "I caught an enemy pilot but he's bleeding out. If he doesn't get medical treatment soon he's going to die and if he does whatever information he has will die with him.""Alright, I'm on my way. Will you be accompanying me back to the Avalon?" Suzaku asks as you hear the faint sound of engines in the distance."No. There are still somethings I need to check out. I overheard this rebel talking about how the rest of them were waiting in the nearby forest for him, I want to scout ahead to see how many of them got away.">(1/2)
>>36334774I like the compromise option
>>36334863the sign of a good QM
>>36334774Thanks Crosswire, that's certainly a way of dealing with stuff like this.I hope our shitposting won't discourage you from running this quest.
>>36334774“Are you sure that’s wise? From what Cecile told me you detected at least ten Knightmares and a hundred men. Maybe you should wait for me…” “I’m just going to scout ahead Suzaku, once you get Baska back to the ship and come back we’ll be more prepared to handle the remaining rebels.” You don’t make any mention of the pod and leave for the forest the moment you hand off Baska to Suzaku.Entering the forest you continue to scan with your factsphere, searching for any signs of the person from the pod. The forest seems like it'd be the most logical hiding place as going down the river through open terrain wouldn't be as safe.Considering they were basically being held captive you doubt the person inside the pod was a rebel, but if they were and they knew about their allies in the forest it would give them all the more reason to go into it. You move as slowly and as silently as a seven ton experimental Knightmare can, noting the dankness of the forest the sudden spareness of the wildlife. Activating your factsphere you begin to search for signs of the enemy and the pod person...>Roll me sum dice fools. 1d100's, only the first three will be accepted.
Rolled 51 (1d100)>>36334961
>>36334774Also, after we're done searching, let's give Cecile a call and ask if it's worth it to bring the mostly intact Gekka frame back. the one the sister had
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>36334961
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>36334961come on...
>>36334983meh. we find rebels.
>>36334983Well, I hope that doesn't mean we didn't notice anything
if we dont find him how long do you think it will take until Shirley wakes up in the middle of the night with a pale Bishie code bearer looming over her bed
>>36335062It's going to be a bit harder for him, since we don't have a contract with him. Though maybe he'll sense the geass that is within us
>>36335062A couple of threads? Personally, I wouldn't mind a Shirley without a geass at all. Because with her priorities, I think the things she could get are limited to>some kind of post/precognition>some kind of memory fuckery>some kind of emotion fuckeryand all of them seem boring. Though maybe that's just me.
>>36335139Sensation and emotion split, pain from her drugs coupled with her despiar and anguish.
>>36334983>51As you move through the forest, eyes and sensors peeled for anything unusual, you detect three heat sources close by and bring the Sutherland Club to a complete spot. You listen closely to the audio receivers on the outside of the cockpit, but don’t hear anything but a soft popping and the occasional yawn.“Are these sentries or guards? If they are then why am I not detecting a Knightmare nearby? If they were just going to place men to watch then why would they build a fire?”Questions fill your mind as you move your Knightmare closer, pushing through the trees just enough to peer through the brush at the sources of the heat.Instead of finding an enemy encampment or a rebel watch party, you find a tiny little camp site with a pitched tent, a dying fire, and a sleep eyed boy sitting next to it, poking lazily at dimming embers. You activate your factshere again and confirm the heat signatures, one from the fire, one from the boy, and one from the tent mostly likely someone inside it.Deactivating the Factsphere you zoom in and examine the boy, remarking at how strange his silvery hair is and how familiar his dark clothes are. Suddenly it hits you, the black clothes he’s wearing are an Ashford Academt uniform!It seems a little odd that someone would be wearing one away from school, but despite your shoddy memory you remember a lot of the boys finding the uniform’s cool enough to wear out and about. Besides, given the aloof look of the boy he doesn’t seem particularly worried about anything, much less his clothes.You're not sure what the boy and his friend in the tent are doing here, but considering the rebels in the area they'll definitely end up hurt or worse if they stay.>(1/2)
>>36335414Is that Rai?
>>36335414We must escort them away from here!
>>36335414inb4 Lelouch is in the tent.
>>36335414You think of calling out to them over the Club's speakers, but realize that if you did so you could very well attract the attention of the rebels. Getting out and warning them would be the best option, but even with your shades there's a chance you could be recognized.However you don't know the boy and even with your shoddy memory you're pretty sure you'd remember meeting someone as odd as the boy you see sitting at the campfire. Ashford is a popular school, it gets students coming and going all the time. A few new kids coming during your absence makes sense.What do you wish to do Shirley?>Get out of Sutherland Club and warn the boys of the rebels in the area while keeping yourself disguised.>Ignore them, continue searching for the rebels. >Other (Write in)
>>36335504>Get out of Sutherland Club and warn the boys of the rebels in the area while keeping yourself disguised.
>>36335481B-b-but we stiil don't have a mask!
>>36335535if worse comes to worse im shure rai and his friend(probably the code bearer) can keep a secret
>>36335504>Ignore them, continue searching for the rebels.
>>36335504>Get out of Sutherland Club and warn the boys of the rebels in the area while keeping yourself disguised.We are a solider. we have to protect civilians
Rolled 96 (1d100)>>36335504Can we not use our speakers? I assume they distort the voice at least a bit. rolling for disguise skill
>>36335629No we'd alert the nearby hostiles. Getting out is a bad idea as well this is a combat area. We ought to go wipe out the rebels then come back for the civi
>>36335629But our factsphere picked up only these guys. What's it active range by the way?
>>36335670Eh, quoted the wrong post, meant >>36335641
>>36335696Noted. The other problem is that he's ashford academy... we're going to have to show up there. Last thing we need is someone to recognize us.
>>36335504>Get out of Sutherland Club and warn the boys of the rebels in the area while keeping yourself disguised.There's "while keeping yourself disguised" in the option right there, might as well before we accidentally a tent and inhabitants during combat. And you just know that shit is going to take forever to get out of the wheels.
>>36335564 This is me swapping for>Get out of Sutherland Club and warn the boys of the rebels in the area while keeping yourself disguised.>>36335504So long as it's a decent disguise.
>>36335738>>36335738Which is exactly why i'm against levaing kmf and all for using extrental spekers.Actually, fuck it:>>36335504> warn the boys of the rebels in the area using the speakers. do not show that you recognize their uniform as Ashfords.Though again, it's probably to late for this.
>>36335820It's sunglasses, want to change your mind? I just wrote the post for moving on.
>>36335846Yeah sunglasses does not count. Back to my other vote...
>>36335846Maybe it's best to set a fixed time interval for voting or something?Because rewriting your whole post be painful...
>>36335846Op just post what you got. Next time call the vote when you start writing.
>>36335846If you already have the post, lets just go with that. Though in the future, when you feel enough time has passed for voting, you should say voting closed and writing.
>>36335931>must befucking timzones.
>>36335846>>36335820>>36335916This is me op. Don't re-write man it's fine. Post what you got!
>>36335931>>36335950>>36335953>>36335966That seems like what I should have probably done. I apologize. >>36335564>>36335582>>36335621Warning a fellow student of the impending danger in the area seems like the smart and proper thing to do, but given the hostile nature of the area you really don’t want to leave the cockpit, especially if it turns out that fellow student is just a rebel in disguise. Instead you decide to ignore the students and focus on finding the rebels.You continue moving through the woods and keep scanning with your factsphere until a torrent of gunfire rings out. Hands yanking back on the controls you spin to the side practically on reflex and raise your coilgun to counter attack, but don’t find anyone there. More gunfire echoes through the forest followed by a series of explosions and you quickly realize that you’re not the one getting shot out.Pushing ever deeper you come to a clearing in the woods and find it engulfed in flames, smashed trucks and bodies strewn about the place as a handful of Burai fire wildly into the woods only to be blown to smithereens by shadowy colored Sutherlands wielding cannons.It's obvious from just a glance that despite being outnumbered, the Black Knightmares have the advantages, firing incendiaries into the groups of fleeing rebels and blasting the rebel Knightmare present to pieces.You’re tempting to go and help...but something about the black Sutherlands makes you feel odd.What do you wish to do?>Hang back and watch things from a safe hiding spot.>Join the fight and get some kills in, these guys have to be your allies. Right?>Leave, you don’t want to risk fighting the Black Knightmares.>Other (Write in)
>>36336059>Join the fight and get some kills in, these guys have to be your allies. Right?well never get anywhere if we dont take chanses
>>36336059>Hang back and watch things from a safe hiding spot.If they were allies wouldn't they have a corresponding IFF?
>>36336059>Hang back and watch things from a safe hiding spot.Contact command and ask if there are any other units in the area.
>>36336059>Hang back and watch things from a safe hiding spot.
>>36336059>>Leave, you don’t want to risk fighting the Black Knightmares.kind of metagaming, but it appears they are with Pluton, judging by the file name.
>>36336059So, Pluton cleaning up? Fuck them, >Leave, you don’t want to risk fighting the Black Knightmares.
>>36336127Oh, good idea. changing from this >>36336132
>>36336059>>36336108changing my vote to>>Hang back and watch things from a safe hiding spot.
I'm going to give things another five minutes for voting. In general I'm going to have a 15 minute voting time, 10 for smaller things and 30 minutes when I need to eat or go to the bathroom or something.
>>36336126>>36336129>>36336147>>36336184>>36336184>>36336206So, Pluton guys spot us and try to kill the witness. BUT. A Code is nearby, waiting exactly for this moment! Shari gets a Geass, Pluton grunts die a horrible death, and everyone is happy....right?
>>36336293More like they see us and we use our super agility to GTFO like with the redshirts. The code see this and thinks we have potential even as geass damaged as we are.
>>36336293or, they might not spot us and we get a bit more information. anything could happen!
>>36336257And voting is processed. >>36336206>>36336126>>36336129>>36336147>>36336184>>36336184>>36336206>>36336320 Hanging back is the winner, writing now in progress.
>>36336293Not entirely sure we need a code.. I'm iffy on getting one.
>>36336059>>Hang back and watch things from a safe hiding spot.
>>36336376Codes are completely unaffected by any form of Geass, and any given Code is more than happy to try and lead a contractee into becoming eligible for Code transferal. This is because immortality apparently sucks a ginormous amount of balls after a while.tl;dr: We could become immune to Lelouche's Geass and become Chirico Cuvie levels of plot-induced survival in one go.
>>36333324>>Capture Baska alive, prevent him from killing himself and ensure you can extract every drop of info out of him later.
>>36336461We're immune to Lulu's Geass because he's used it on us.I'm also not sure about any other strings attached with becoming a code.Finally I like the idea of Shirley kicking his ass with her own grit.
>>36336376I doubt we'll be getting a Code. But now that you mention it, I think the idea of Shirley achieving immortality in the process of getting her revenge is kinda iteresting, since i have no doubt that if she manages to actually do it, by killing, lelouch, nunnally or everyone, then sooner or later she will come to regret her actions. And what when? Search for contractee? Go to a monsatery? Start her or own cult or something? The possibilities.>same adventricaptcha thinks she will end like CC
>>36336584She'll gain the ability to tend to ducks and chickens and she can even count.. to.. what was it.. seven?
>>36336461We wouldn't be immune to other Geass users. Mao was affected by Lelouch's Geass, and Lelouch was effected by Charles' and Rolo's geass
>>36336584Codes apparently cannot be influenced by geass, and if you mean that Shirley is not the smartest girl, well, she'll have a plenty of time to learn.
>>36336501That's the thing, it could solve our memory problems since they're the effect of a long-lasting Geass effect similar to Suzaku's canon "live" one. Being a Code means you become and continue to be completely unaffected by any form of Geass. Being a Code would instantly solve a huge number of problems for Shirley.That, and being a Code also doesn't actually offer any advantages, it even takes the Geass you had to develop to get there away. In exchange, you become ageless and functionally immortal.
>>36336670No, a Code is different from a Geass user. A Code is what people like C.C. and V.V. are, completely immune to the effects of Geass, ageless and pretty much immortal. To become a Code, an existing Code has to transfer theirs to you after your Geass becomes fully developed, after which you lose your Geass in exchange for being immortal, ageless and having the power to grant other people a Geass.Thus; getting a Geass and gaining a Code would be the ultimate "fuck you" to Lelouche. A problem he can't kill, Geass, or do anything about short of finding a way to steal Codes.
>>36336880Huh, sounds like we should have approached that guy then.
>>>36336126>>>36336129>>>36336147>>>36336184>>>36336184>>>36336206>>>36336320Seeing the rebels crushed and burned away so easily gets your blood pumping and you’re about ready to jump into the fray until you notice the black Sutherlands don’t have friendly IFF codes. fIn fact they don’t have IFF codes at all, or markings, or serial numbers, or anything that would allow someone to trace or easily recognize them save for the bizarre black and purple color scheme that gives you something of a headache just looking at it.You quickly duck out of sight and hide in a particularly thick clump of trees, watching as the black Sutherlands exterminate the last of the rebel forces without so much as a shred of hesitation or remorse. Even as some of the unarmed soldiers fall to their knees and surrender, they’re outright crushed beneath the Sutherlands feet as if they were bugs.Soon the clearing is filled with nothing but flames, death and the three black figures. >(1/2)
>>36337002Red Barons in a new scheme maybe?
>>36337002Good thing we stayed hidden.Kinda bummed we didn't get to meet Rai though...
>>36337101well meet him when we go to ashford
>>36337002The figures don’t linger amongst the dead for very long and spread out, heading off in different directions with their guns raised and factspheres pulsing menacingly against the rising flames.Seeing one of the black Sutherlands headed your way makes your skin crawl and you begin to move Club slowly backwards, intending to slip off quietly in another direction when you back up straight into a tree.With a thick wet snapping noise the dead tree topples over with an organic groan before hitting the forest floor with a heavy thud, sending echoes throughout the forest.Adrenaline rushes through your body as the black Sutherland’s head pokes through the brush and locks ‘eyes’ with your Sutherland Club.“What should I be scared of? It’s just one Sutherland! If I can beat a seventh gen I can definitely run away from a 4th gen!” You spin around and high tail it, busting through trees and putting as much distance between you and the black Knightmare when suddenly, it appears before you.Your heart practically leaps out of your chest as it literally pops up out of the blue before you, as if it’d teleported from the ether. Before you could think or rationalize what happened the Sutherland raises it’s cannon and fires…>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!>Dodge! Dodge!>Other (Write in)
>>36337192>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!
>>36337192>>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!
>>36337192Activate one shield for incoming fire, Katana in another hand and rush the fucker.Also I bet we'll run out of power before we manage to do any serious damage.>>36337101Fuck that guy. Shirley's head is already screwed, no more mindfucks pls.
>>36337192>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!GOD DAMN IT ROLO, YOU BASTARD! I HOPE YOUR HEART STOPS
>>36337192>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!Keep moving while you do so, being stationary is death.
>>36337192>>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!oh shit its rollo or someone with the sam ability
>>36337192ROLO!!!>Activate the Blaze shields, block the shot!
>>36337294>>36337287>>36337267>>36337266>>36337261>>36337232You smash your hand against the shield controls and throw up the Club’s arms just as the Sutherland fires it’s cannon…>Roll 1d100. Only the first three rolls will be accepted.
Rolled 58 (1d100)>>36337374DON'T FAIL US NOW!
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>36337374
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>36337374
>>36337389Pudding will be pissed.
>>36337389well... Hopefully it just damages one of the Blaze shields...
>>36337389>58The glass like fields of energy raise just in time to stop the 100mm coil cannon shot, glancing off the shields and pulverizing a nearby Japanese maple into Lincoln Logs. While the shot is deflected the force is not and the impact of the round throws the Sutherland Club backwards through several feet of trees, tossing you around in the cockpit like some kind of salad.You’re quick to right the Sutherland Club, your reflexes fueled by the adrenaline surging through your system after the 100mm run in with death.Warning lights flash on your dashboard console with the areas in the shoulders, elbows, and knees of the Sutherland Club highlighted in red.“JOINT PEAK STRESS LEVEL REACHED. FURTHER STRAIN WILL DAMAGE OR SEPARATE LIMBS. SEEK REPAIR IMMEDIATELY.”Gritting your teeth you raise your coilgun and fire on the Sutherland, forcing it to evade and giving you time to get the Club rolling again.You’re not sure who’s piloting the Black Knightmare or how they got in front of you so quickly, but it’s obvious that they’re not just some mercenary grunt or desperate rebel. Fighting them now and taking care of them would ensure your escape and prevent anyone from coming after you.However you’re not entirely sure you want or need to fight these people, they have nothing to do with your plan for revenge, so why risk your neck?What will you do Shirley?>Fight the black Sutherland>Flee with your life.>Other (Write in)
>>36337770>Flee - Comm Susaku tell him you're being assaulted by hostile sutherlands and that he needs to move his ass.
>>36337770>>Other (Write in)Convince him that we're not an enemy? Or at least pretend to do so while actually buying time for spinzaku to arrive as backup.
>>36337770>Flee with your life.Comm Suzaku and say you got unidentified hostile after you.
>>36337770>Flee with your life.HELP ME SUZAKU!
>>36337770>Fight the black Sutherlandunless we take him out pluton will come after us anyway
>>36337959Yeah, he will not let us escape either way...>>36337770>Fight the black Sutherland>Contact Suzaku
>>36337770Fighting retreat while comming Suzaku and Cecile. Former for back up, latter to identify
>>36337770>Fight the black Sutherland
>>36337770>>Flee with your life.this fucker can stop time for short amounts!
>>36337770>>36337891changing to this>>36338047
>>36338065>>36338086>>36338097>>36338131Voting period over, now writing post.
>>36338131>>36338097>>36338086>>36338047Fighting a powerful enemy with some strange ability that has nothing to do with your wish for revenge and the truth seems utterly pointless, however it’s very clear whoever’s piloting the Black Sutherland isn’t just going to let you walk away.Finding the direction you came from you bolt forward, firing over your shoulder at the Sutherland behind you as you make a charge for the edge of the forest. As you weave between trees and duck under branches you turn on your radio and scan the comm's for Suzaku's channel.“Suzaku? Suzaku are you there? I need help! Get over here as fast as you can!” You shout over and narrowly jerk out of the way of a cannon shot as the Black Sutherland begins a fearsome pursuit.“What happened? You said you were just going to do scouting!” “I was! I’m not being attacked by the rebels, I’m being attacked by one of the people who just killed the rebels! If you don’t get here soon I’ll probably be dead!”You switch channels over to Cecile and empty your first magazine as the Black’s cannon shot glazes the Sutherland Club’s head.“Cecile I’m under attack by a Sutherland that just exterminated the rebels in the forest. It’s coming after me and it's doing something weird." You reload your coilgun and spin around, carrying your forward momentum and firing back at the Black Sutherland as you speak."What do you mean by 'weird'? Does it have a strange arm or piece of equipment?""No, nothing like that. It's moving around so fast that I can't see it! It's almost like its--"The Black Sutherland charges at you and you fire forward, sure you're about to hit it when it disappears from your sight. You turn your head and find the Black Knightmare practically standing next to you."Teleporting! Shit!">Lung out and attack before it can fire!>Activate the Shields! (High chance to damaging arms)>Dodge! (High difficulty)>Other (Write in)
>>36338640>Lung out and attack before it can fire!
>>36338640>>Lung out and attack before it can fire!
>>36338680>>36338759>>36338767>>36338768>>36338841Seeing the thing so close you don't even think about dodging and lung forward, swinging out your Revolving Blade in an attempt to hit the black devil...>Roll 1d100's. Only the first three will be accepted.
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>36338941
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>36338941
>>36338640>Lung out and attack before it can fire!Filthy eleven Iaijutsu style
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>36338941We shall die like Urabe
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>36338941
>>36338941Just wondering does the Club's factsphere record everything it seen?
>>36338994Fact spheres transmit all Data.
>>36338994The spheres themselves don't, but I'm pretty sure that the visual and audio data are automatically transmitted to the commanding officer, their choice on whether to look at it or not though.
>>36339047This is pretty accurate, the onboard sensors of the Knightmare record and transmit the data to the registered CO at the time. Though most experimental Knightmares have a Black Box that stores the data as well in the case of pilot death or defeat.>>36338958>79Seeing the cannon pointed at you and the thought of dying before completely your revenge sends another surge of adrenaline through you. Your hands curl up around the controls, knuckles going white as you jab them forward and lash out, bringing your revolving blade down so fast you barely think to aim the swing.The super heated blade slices through the cannon and into the right shoulder of the black Sutherland which gushes hydraulic fluid like a human wound would gush blood.“Let’s see you pull your little trick now you--”Your revolving blade suddenly passes through the air with no resistance as the Black Sutherland disappears from your sight completely. Looking down you find the Sutherland’s severed arm and destroyed cannon at your feet, but no sign of the Knightmare itself.Just as you begin to turn around your Knightmare is shaken and your screen goes black as the sound of ripping metal comes in over the external audio speakers. This sound only intensifies as the top of the cockpit is gouged off, flecks of shattered screen pinging off the sides of your head as you duck down.You turn around in your seat, feeling the sunlight on your face as you look back and see the Black Sutherland raising it’s arm to crush you.“Bastard!”Just as the Sutherland begin’s to bring it’s struck in the torso by a brilliant green blast, one that gores the torso and forces an ejection, sending the black Sutherland’s cockpit sputtering off pitifully into the woods behind it.Turning you see Suzaku fly in and set down in the Lancelot, holding a strange blue rifle.>(1/2)
>>36339655"Shirley! Are you OK!?" Suzaku cries out, his voice riddled with panic."Yeah I'm fine Suzaku! Man you saved me there I thought I was going to--" There's a sharp pop and you feel a pain in your chest, causing you to press your hand against it to try and alleviate the pain."SHIRLEY!""Don't worry Suzaku! I'm fine, I'm not dead..."You raise your hand and see it covered in a crimson liquid. Looking down you see a red spot in the middle of your chest and quickly spreads out, staining the happy orange color of your pilot suit a blood red.Blood.You're bleeding...And then everything went dark.(And this is where I'll end things tonight!)
>>36339731Curse you cliffhanger! Thanks for running Crosswire. We going to make it or is this quest end?
>>36335414OH SHIT RAI!YES OH MY GOD BEST BOY LIVES
>>36339731FUCK YOU ROLLO
>>36339731I HOPE YOUR HEART EXPLODES, ROLO YOU ASSWIPE
>>36339731The worst part is.. we don't know it's Rolo.Thanks for running dude.
>>36339749http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36330731/>We going to make it or is this quest end?Of course! This wouldn't be a Shirley centric Code Geass Quest if Rolo didn't shoot her at least once!
>>36339839I'm like 95% sure it's->>36339844I KNEW IT! FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOU ROOOOOOOOLOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
>>36339731will next thread be next week as usual or are you running tomorow?
>>36339844JOINING ANON IN FUCKING ROLO!wait no that isnt what i meant
>>36339731question, if we had made differnt choises or rolled better would we have med the code bearer this thread?
>>36339844That implies that Rolo didn't shoot us.. so.. eitherm metal scrap or.. we got a sniper on our hands.
>>36339927We saw Rai and that is enough for me.
>>36339927We could have gotten out and spoken to the guy..I also wouldn't call that "Better" choices. We all knew we could have gotten out to speak with him but doing so specifically because he's a code bearer would be metagaming.
>>36339903Nah, I'm going to be running next week. I found some writing exercises to help me in making my posts (especially the character interactions) more dynamic. I'll practice them over the week and get some planning done. >>36339927Rolling had nothing to do with it, if you'd chosen some different things you'd have probably met him, but would you have known it was him? That's another question all together. Don't worry though he's not going to disappear anytime soon.
>>36339968>>36339975what? i thought rai only had a geass? since when does he have a code
>>36340039It's possible in this time line Rai has the code. Or maybe it was the person in the tent.
>>36340039That fucker probably just shot us.
So we're aiming for Rai route, right? I mean we kinda have to aim for Rai or Suzaku so that we can maximize how fucking butthurt Lelouch will be when he sees up again...
>>36340226We're not going any route yet... well except for LULUUUU but that one is a bit more violent...
>>36339778Too bad these faggots opted not to meet him
>>36340285and locking him up in the basement~
>>36340226i would rather go Charles route than ever having shirley touch suzaku
>>36340302We had no reason to jump out of the nightmare and talk to a student at our academy.
>>36340316Suzaku avoided Euphienator bad end, so he isn't a complete asshole yet. Season one Suzaku was pretty brotier.>>36340312A-are you implying yandere Shirley? Not that that is my fetish or anything..best dere
>>36340356it would be a fate worse then death!
>>36340375SuzaKuu or yandereing Lelouch into a quadruple amputee we keep in a gilded cage?
>>36340563thats going abit far! we are not god damn mao!
>>36340563Not an amputee, Lelouch may be smart buts he's pretty frail some simple ropes and chains should do.
>>36340599>>36340624And risk him getting away or out smarting us? Hell no! And it's not like I'm saying we should cut out those disgusting geass eyes out of his noggin... Or ruin his vocal cords! Or give him a lobotomy...He's a terrorist so he has to be punished somehow, and made a non issue! Making so that he's helpless, as helpless as he made us even if we wanna admit that, that's justice! I-isn't it?! Hey, IT IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO DON'T YOU THINK? SINCE WE AREN'T KILLING HIM AND ARE KEEPING HIM IN a nice comfortable place where he can't hurt people it's totally not going to far....We can even play chess with him. Sure, we'll have to move the pieces but...
>>36340624Yeah but to get that far I think we'd have to lose more memories.. forget exactly why we hate him.. but know that we're obsessed with Love HATE
>>36340768>move the pieces but...WHAT BUT! We know him so well we know exactly where he would move the pieces... and EVEN IF WE DONT WE KNOW WHATS BEST FOR HIM SO WHERE WE PUT IT WOULD BE THE CORRECT CHOICE ANYWAY!
>>36340768>>36340802oh god what have I done! the basement thing was a joke!
>>36340823Yes. That's what we'll tell them when they ask! Good thinking!
>>36340768Okay, after giving it some thought I'll admit I'm a bit rash. If he spends a year being good or so, we can commission some cyborg limbs for him. Nothing fancy and with built-in fail-safes just in case the other terrorists try to steal him from us. That way he can have some measure of mobility back! And it'll be a reward which will make him want to please us and not be evil anymore.However the more I think about his eyes I realize that there isn't a way to really get rid of his geass unless he get rid of them, but we can always just get him new mechanical ones!And to migate that we can only cut off his legs below the knee and his arms at the wrists! This way he can even still hug people! Like Nunnally, who will be told that he was kidnapped by the Black Knights and then tortured. Hell, if his dad replaces his memories he'll even believe it! This is a pretty good plan.
>>36340882For his room I figure we can make it as normal as possible, OR! Or we can go the whole nine yards and give him a nice place to plop down with a bunch of blankets and pillows. It'll be really nice and comfy!Just kidding. That'd be mean, and since Lulu is a prince he can't be treated like a pet. Not that I wanted to do that or anything.