>Archive: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Huck%20FinnIn the last thread, there were votes for getting new weapons. You can either vote for that again and tell me what kind of weapons you were wanting, or we can vote again.
>>37454395Voting on weps.I'm thinking something like iron plated Caestus's for Mia and a better sniper maybe repeating for us
>>37454395Get Mia some knuckles and Buy ourselves some pistols for closer combat.
>>37454442We already have two pistols though.We had one originally and we got one from beating the pirates
>>37454395Forgot my trip.
>>37454395get a derringer and put it your boot
>>37454435>>37454442'We're going to go to the town's marketplace. We need to get you something to augment your fighting style, and we need to look around for a new sniper rifle for me.' You tell her, making your way down to the village square.'Do you really need another rifle?' Mia asks, following you. 'Your one's serviceable, and is more than capable of helping out in a pinch.''Yeah, I know. I'm just going to look, if one's good enough then I'll buy it.' You reply as you reach the Square.You see market stalls arrayed around all the walls of the Square, taking up all available space. You see two weapons stalls, at least three food stalls, and a clothes stall.Which will you look at first?>Weapons>Food>Clothes
>>37454395An upgrade for rusty and something to help Mia out, whatever she thinks works really. Keep enough for supplies and the like. I missed the last thread and a half due to late post times but have we pretty much decided not to give the village any of the reward? It seems like we should at least try and see if that Marine Lt. can't help get them secured if nothing else.
>>37454839>Weaponsthen >ClothesWe'll stock up on food before we head out.
>>37454842You decided to fuck them off, essentially. But I'll give you guys a choice on whether or not to give the remaining funds to the villagers there won't be much
>>37454889We'll probably try to convince the Lt if he can send some marine support to logue town.I mean we aren't that much of a dick to leave them defenseless right?
>>37454910Hopefully not. It was really only the one guy who was insufferable.
>>37454877>>37454886>>37454891>>37454901You walk over to one of the weapons stalls, eyeing it like a child in a candy store.There are rifles, harpoons, palm guns, pistols, swords, cutlass', and even a few gloves made of steel.>Look at the rifles first.>Get some of those metal gloves for Mia to try on>PALM GUN>Harpoon, we're gonna be catching us some Sea Kings!>Swords, we're not much use in a melee as we are.
>>37454953>Get some of those metal gloves for Mia to try on>Look at the rifles first.
>>37454953>PALM GUNtricks are not just for kids
>>37454953>Look at the rifles first.>PALM GUN if we have enough after getting those gloves for her maybe a sword for us
>>37454953>Look at the rifles first.>Get some of those metal gloves for Mia to try onI don't want to go messing with Sea Kings until we have a larger crew. Them's bad juju.
>>37454953>Look at the rifles first.>Get some of those metal gloves for Mia to try on
>>37454963>>37455005>>37455038You bring your gaze to the rifles hanging on the wall behind the merchant, eyeing the assembled sniper rifles with glee. There's three of them: a black one with a large sight on it, a yellow one which looks to have higher power than the rest, and a grey one that's longer than the others, clearly used for taking longer shots.'I'd like to take a look at your rifles, if I could' you say to the merchant, looking at him.'Of course, fine customer! I'll just get them down for you!' He replies, gathering the three rifles with his hands and putting them on the counter between you.'This one's the Sandy Island Shooter,' he says, pointing to the red one. 'Made for taking more accurate shots,' this one's the Drunk Kingdom Brick Breaker,' pointing to the yellow one. 'Made for taking out bigger foes, not as accurate as the others, but very powerful!' 'And this one', he motions you in with a wave of his hand, 'Is the Baroque Long-shot! My personal favourite, if I might add.' he says, clearly pleased with himself. 'And those gloves of yours,' you say, motioning to the strange boxing gloves to his right, 'what exactly are they?''Ah, a fine customer with a fine taste!' He practically squeals with delight, clapping his hands together. 'We have two at the moment in stock. The black one is fully steel, heavy, but powerful!' he replies, 'and the grey one just has steel at the knuckles, not going to pack as big a punch as the black, but still going to hit hard!'Which one will you inquire about?Guns:>Sandy Island Shooter>Baroque Long Shot>Drum Kingdom Brick Breaker>Fuck it, I'll take at all three!Gloves:>Black one>Grey one
>>37455221>Baroque Long Shot>Black one
>>37455221>Black one>Baroque Long Shot
>>37455221>Baroque Long Shot>Black oneit goes with everything
Anyone else want to get a Palm gun? It's good to have a few tricks up your sleeves when enemies get close.
>>37455367We have pistols for now, a palm gun can come later. Let's get it with the next bounty we cash in if we have the Berri for it.
>>37455367I think it's a waste of money.We already have two pistols for when they get closer
>>37455367I want one.surprise is best element. can't believe they didn't put it on the periodic table
>>37455418>>37455402>wanting less dakka
>>37455445And you want us to waste our money
>>37455445>palm gun>qualifying as propah dakka.
>>37455475>>37455487why do you hate the element of surprise?
>>37455493I don't.I however hate wasting our fucking money on shit we don't need
>>37455266>>37455286>>37455299>>37455302'I want a look at the Baroque Long Shot, if you will, and the black gloves for my companion.' You say, turning to Mia and motioning her forward.'I just knew you had excellent taste, my dear customer!' the merchant says, reaching behind him to take the black gloves down.'Hmm,' Mia comments, trying on the gloves. 'They're pretty damn heavy! I don't know whether or not I can swing my hardest or fastest with these on. But they're going to be damn good when I get used to them!' Good! That'll make her stronger in the long run. It's a must to be strong in these seas.'And the Baroque Long Shot for you,' the merchant continues, smiling and giving you the gun. 'As the name suggests it has a much longer range than the other rifles, it's not as strong, not as accurate, and not as flashy as the others. But it's good if you're not planning on getting close to your targets.''Perfect!' You exclaim, 'What's the price for these two?''Since you have exquisite taste, I'm going to cut you a deal!' The merchant replies, giving a sly smile. '2 and a half million berry for the Long Shot, and one and a half million for the gloves!'>What a rip off! Go to the other weapon vendor!>This is an outrage! (threaten to lower the price roll 3 1d20s, DC of 18)>Haggle (roll 3 1d20s, DC of 14)>Other (write in)
>>37455508>Haggle (roll 3 1d20s, DC of 14)
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>37455508>Haggle (roll 3 1d20s, DC of 14)or do I wait to be asked for the rolls?2 mil for the whole set
>>37455546fuck me side ways wrong roll sorry i'm half asleep here.. I still want to haggle
>>37455546Three different posts of 1d20's
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>37455508>Haggle (roll 3 1d20s, DC of 14)
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>37455508>Haggle (roll 3 1d20s, DC of 14)how about 1 mil for the long shot, half a mil for the gloves?
>>37455570Yeah, sorry about that..
>>37455546>>37455547>>37455556>>37455563Hang on, I fucked up.3x1d20 per post for a total of three posts, DC 24.
Rolled 18, 12, 46 = 76 (3d120)>>37455633so roll 3 d20s add em together and try to beat DC24?
Rolled 6, 9, 8 = 23 (3d20)>>37455508>>37455633Okay.
Rolled 7, 6, 7 = 20 (3d20)>>37455633stupid autofill
Rolled 14, 16, 3 = 33 (3d20)>>37455633
>>37455633Fuck me. I fucked up again. 3d10s added together to beat a DC of 24.I'm tired, don't judge.
Rolled 9, 3, 3 = 15 (3d10)>>37455686roll?
Rolled 7, 4, 10 = 21 (3d10)>>37455686
>>37455686Kind of a high dc to beat mate.....
>>37455508If we want to maximize Mia's brawling ability, we'll need to get her an Afro
Rolled 1, 10, 10 = 21 (3d10)>>37455686Oh, well this is unlikely then.
Rolled 10, 7, 2 = 19 (3d10)>>37455686I don't expect to make it but here it goes.
Rolled 1, 3, 8 = 12 (3d10)>>37455686
maybe OP fucked up again?
>>37455686he's kind of shrewd for a small-town shopkeep, isn't he?
>>37455740>>37455738>>37455725>>37455721>>37455719You're an ex-pirate who is just used to violence to enforce your words. You're not too good at haggling at the moment, plus this is a marine town, where prices are enforced so as not to be a rip off for either side.
>>37455758that makes sense, but you do realize that if you keep DCs high like this through the quest you're going to have to justify every single oneplayers generally expect things to get more difficult as plot progresses, and you're already setting a pretty high bar
>>37455845It'll only be in certain situations that there's a high DC, like in stupid and risky decisions.
>>37455719>Failure'How about I pay 1.5 million for the rifle, and half a million for the gloves?' you say, putting on your most charming smile. It doesn't seem to get you anywhere, as the merchant recoils in what could only be described as horror.'Uh, no. How about you pay the price I set out for you, my /fine/ customer? I'm practically giving these items away at the price I marked!'He exclaims in indignation.Well that didn't go down too well...>Okay, okay, I'll pay it>I'll go to the other weapons vendor>Try again to haggle (same DC, same dice.>Threaten (DC of 18 for 3 1d20s)>Other (write in)
Rolled 7, 6, 2 = 15 (3d10)>>37455930>Try again to haggle (same DC, same dice.
Rolled 5, 3, 6 = 14 (3d10)>>37455930>Try again to haggle (same DC, same dice.
>>37455930>>Okay, okay, I'll pay itMeh whatever, I don't want to go through 3 more dice types until we get a result that we fail at again. Anyway night guys have fun.
Rolled 4, 5, 13 = 22 (3d20)>>37455930>Threaten (DC of 18 for 3 1d20s)
>>37455930dude, just pick a system for rolls. so far w've gon through d20, d100, and a d10 pool. shit's too complicated
>>374560503 1d20s, not 3d20s
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>37456095
>>37455959>lower DC for different option with similar result>chooses harder option anywayBrilliant, Jim!
>>37455930>Okay, okay, I'll pay itBefore these idiots get us in trouble
>>37456112The threaten option is 18 out of 20 as pointed out here >>37456095 so not much better.>>37456127Yeah let's just avoid rolling from here on out. It'll be quicker.
Rolled 12 (1d20)Haggle
And yet another quest dies due to Sominous level DC's and stupid players.
>>37456127Seconding this instead, also let's see what he can give us for rusty if we are retiring the old bastard
>>37456161Oh man, shouldn't we mount Rusty in the ship somewhere?
>>37456174Yeah probably. That way we have a back up rifle as well as keeping it for sentimental value.
>>37456184Plus it'll look great on a plaque with Kidd's cracked goggles below it.
>>37455930How much money do we have again anyways?
>>374562595 million you mean right?
>>37456036>>37456127>>37456142'Alright, alright, I'll pay it.' You tell him, reaching into your bag to retrieve the money. You count out 4 million.' His eyes light up at the sight of the money, and don't seem to dim until you turn your back on him and walk away to the clothes stalls.As you make your way to the stalls, you hear a topic come up in a number of situations, namely 'Pirates' and how they're infesting the local waters.'There's one of particular note,' you make out from two women talking over a basket of laundry. 'Quen the Charmeleon, he prays on ships after taking merchant or marine vessels he attacks. It's terrible!' God, that could be your next paycheck!'What can I do yer for, mate?' the clothes stall holder asks you, smoking a cigarette.'Just looking for serviceable clothes to wear out at sea, nothing flash, nothing too expensive. What catches your eye, Mia?' you ask, turning toward your companion.'Well, I'm looking for some canvas trews and shirts, that's best for life on the seas.' the remarks, fingering some clothes to the right of the counter. 'Say, merchant, these are canvas, aren't they?' 'Yes. but we don't have any women's canvas clothes, they're just not...refined...' The clothes seller says, making a vague motion with his left hand.'What do I care about 'refinement',' Mia replies, looking around. 'I want easy to move in, easy to take care of, and, above all, easy to fight in.' 'Well, I can offer you six pairs of shirt and pants for 200,000 berrys' he says, smiling for the first time.>We'll take it!>Haggle (3 1d20s against a DC of 14)>Threaten (3 1d20s against a DC of 18)
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>37456291>Haggle (3 1d20s against a DC of 14
>>37456291>Inquire about Afros
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>37456291>Haggle (3 1d20s against a DC of 14)i don't like spending all this money like crazy... 4 mil for some gloves and a gun feels like we got scammed this 200k doesn't seem much better
>>37456369ok im not rolling anymore i think im cursed
is thread dead?
>>37456645I think people were pissed at my inability to have easy rolls for hard things
>>37456737I'm still here.Just waiting for your next post
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>37456291>Haggle (3 1d20s against a DC of 14)>>37456737Still here just lurking.
>>37456737Also there probably won't be that many people this late at night.Maybe consider starting the quest sooner next time?
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>37456737dc 14 isnt terrible but im pretty sure tg dice are cursed tonight>test roll
>>37456737the confusion with the roll mechanic may have been an issue for some
>>37456317>>37456369>>37456774>Failure.'Tell you what! I'll give you 80,000 for the lot!' you say to the clothes man.'Tell you what!' The clothes merchant replies, 'I'll give it to you for either 300,000 or the number I first mentioned!' Well crap, looks like bargaining isn't your forte.'I'll take it for the 200,000' you say, gaining a look of near disgust from Mia.'Good man, now I'll give you the clothes after you give me the money, can't have you running off with my fine clothes without paying, now can I?''What do you take me for?! Some kind of thief?!' You roar, outrageous at this slight to your honour.That sure turns heads, people looking at you in confusion.>I'll have you know I'm a personal friend to Lieutenant Thorpe! I demand for these prices to go down! It's baseline extortion!>I'll pay, no need for me to lose my temper>This is outrageous, I'll make a complaint to the authorities about you!>Other (Write in)
>>37456737Actually I just don't care about this particular vote so I've been occasionally checking in while waiting to get to the fun stuff.
>>37456929>Other"One insult too many, friend" wave our money in his face and walk the fuck out the door. We can always jack someone else's clothes if we need a disguise.
>>37456929>"I will pay for these but i demand that you apologize for calling me a damned thief!"
>>37456972goin with this
>>37456929>I'll pay, no need for me to lose my temper'I am an honest man who is just now discovering his own dismal ability to haggle a price down. HOWEVER! I am no thief. Now are we going to make this exchange or not?"
>>37456972>>37456985>>37456999>>37457027'That's one insult too many, friend.' You say contemptuously, taking your money out and waving it in front of his face. 'Come on, Mia, I'm sure there are other clothes merchants around here,' you say, turning around and walking away.You spot the second clothes stall that you saw on your way in and make for it.'Ah, another customer! What can I get for you!' The man says cheerfully. It looks like he's going to be much better than the other guy.'Canvas clothes, thank you.' You say, looking around his stall for them.'I've got just what you need! I've got 8 sets that I can give to you for 190,000 berrys!'>Perfect, I'll take them!>Haggle (3 1d20s for a DC of 14)>Other (Write in)
>>37456929Fuck him and his clothes.
>>37457101>Perfect, I'll take them!
>>37457101>Perfect, I'll take them!And a thousand berry tip if he promises to gloat about the sale to the first merchant.
>>37457101>Perfect, I'll take them!>mebbe ask him what the word around the market is? (gossip and jazz)
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>37457101>Haggle (3 1d20s for a DC of 14)
>>37457115>>37457119>>37457134>>37457158Thank god you went with this.>>37457174'Perfect, I'll take them!' You say triumphantly, fishing out the cash and handing it to the merchant and getting the 8 sets of canvas clothes in return.'Great to do business with you, son!' He says happily, counting the money and putting it away.'Thank God you didn't try to haggle him down,' Mia comments, walking beside you. 'Or else I would've had to knock you out and pay the price myself.'Well, seems she doesn't like me trying to jew others out of their money. How strange!Slinging your purchases over your shoulder, you are faced with a couple of decisionsYou can:>Go get some food for the journey, then go to the marine post on the island, you need to see word on local pirates; even that Quen guy you heard spoken of in the market. There's sure to be a decent bounty on his head!>Just get some food and go to your ship, we can sail around until we see a pirate ship.>Get some food and say goodbye to our Lieutenant friend before we set off!>Other (write in)
>>37457340>Go get some food for the journey, then go to the marine post on the island, you need to see word on local pirates; even that Quen guy you heard spoken of in the market. There's sure to be a decent bounty on his head!
>>37457340>Go get some food for the journey, then go to the marine post on the island, you need to see word on local pirates; even that Quen guy you heard spoken of in the market. There's sure to be a decent bounty on his head!> i am curious to know how much we could sell our boat for, mebbe find something that fits us better?
Having dinner, will write up when I come back.
>>37457340>>Go get some food for the journey, then go to the marine post on the island, you need to see word on local pirates; even that Quen guy you heard spoken of in the market. There's sure to be a decent bounty on his head!
>>37457434You could sell it for a million, it's a relatively old vessel, definitely more than seaworthy, has marks of attacks on it. You guys just need to remember to remove the Jolly Roger from it.
>>37457559How much would we need to dish out for a decent vessel?>inb4 10 million+
>>37457360>>37457364>>37457367>>37457434>>37457501'Come on, Mia,' You say, making your way through the market stalls to where you saw the food stalls earlier. 'We're gathering provisions for the journey ahead, then we're seeing what we can do about that pirate the townspeople were talking about.''Aye, Captain.' Mia replies, keeping apace with you.As you make your way down to the food stalls, you see a wide variety of foods, from meats, to vegetables, to sweets, right through to savoury foods.>It's better to get meats, we need to be strong for the journey ahead of us!>Vegetables are top priority, we need to stay healthy, after all!>Deserts and sweets are top of my list! >We'll get a wide selection of everything, all we can get for the rest of the money we have.>Other (Write in)
>>37457559welp seeing as the rifle and cestus cost us 80% of our funds i doubt one million will get us a different ship
>>37457598>>It's better to get meats, we need to be strong for the journey ahead of us!>>Vegetables are top priority, we need to stay healthy, after all!Fuck sweets. We need proper food.
>>37457598>Vegetables are top priority, we need to stay healthy, after all!Don't want to suffer from scurvy after all so get some fruit as well.
>>37457598>dried or cured meats and preserved vegetables, unless we have some crazy refrigeration system in the boat those would be our best options. we can get fresh foods when we get into other ports in our travels, maybe some liquor as well.
>>37457598>It's better to get meats, we need to be strong for the journey ahead of us!>Vegetables are top priority, we need to stay healthy, after all!
>>37457598>It's better to get meats, we need to be strong for the journey ahead of us!>Vegetables are top priority, we need to stay healthy, after all!Necessities only, after all we'll need some walking around money after this as well.
>>37457598>Citris so we don't die of scurvy.
>>37457598>>It's better to get meats, we need to be strong for the journey ahead of us!>>Vegetables are top priority, we need to stay healthy, after all!Hands down.
pine needle tea was a common way to kill off the chance of scurvy, pine needles and hot water, bam 5x more vit C than a lemon high in vitamin A and can be stored dry so it wont spoil on us
>>37457598>We'll get a wide selection of everything, all we can get for the rest of the money we have.this is the most sensible option, I feel
>>37457729This is very true. Do pine trees exist in this corner of the world because I only remember seeing them on winter islands?
>>37457745Pine trees exists on almost every climate.
>>37457742We don't need sweets and shit; what we need is to save some cash and buy only necessities.
>>37457615>>37457648>>37457670>>37457689'We'll be wanting around 150,000 berry worth of meats, vegetables and fruits, if you have that many,' you say as you get closer to the food stall.'That's all my stock and then some, friend!' The woman behind the counter says, clearly surprised at the amount you want to buy.'Well, I'll have as much meat, fruit and vegetables as you have to offer!' You say, unabashed.That should be around a week's worth of food, I think.'Sea journey, I take it?' The woman asks, then continues at the nod of your head. 'I can give you 5 days worth of food for 120,000 berry, and you'll have to go to one of my rival produce sellers for the rest.'>Perfect!>I'll just take the 5 days worth, cheap as chips!>Other (Write in)
>>37457775>>I'll just take the 5 days worth, cheap as chips!We might get a chance to restock.
>>37457775>I'll just take the 5 days worth, cheap as chips!we probably shouldn't take more than we know the two of us can eat
>>37457775>I'll just take the 5 days worth, cheap as chips!
>>37457775Yeah just the 5 days worth.
>>374577755 days worth, and then lets grab a fishing pole
>>37457775>>I'll just take the 5 days worth, cheap as chips!
>>37457907Thats a really good idea actually! Seconding.
>>37457808>>37457825>>37457835>>37457852'I'll take 5 days worth,' you reply, smiling.'Alright, deary, happy to be doing business with you,' she says, handing over a large sack filled with meats, vegetables and fruits.'You made a good decision, Captain,' Mia comments as she slings the bag over her shoulder. 'If you had picked anything else, I would've been worried that you were mentally deficient.'Well, that's encouraging.'We'll put the provisions on the ship and then we'll talk to the lieutenant about pirate activity,' You ignore the last, opting for a more respectful approach.'Alright, Captain.'After you put your new purchases into the ship, you make your way up to the Marine Post, by the time you get there, it's mid afternoon.'I'm here to see Lieutenant Thorpe,' you say to one of the guards stationed at the entrance.'On official business or pleasure?' the guard says without moving an inch.'Official business,' you bluff.'And your name?' 'Huck Finn, he'll know me when he hears my name', with that, the guard turns smartly on the spot and walks through the door.In a few minutes, he's back, bringing good news; 'the lieutenant will see you, if you go up to the second floor and make it to the third door on the left, you'll be in his office. Good day.''Thank you very much, soldier' You reply, walking in through the front door.'Third door on the left,' you say after making it to the second floor. 'Ah, here it is' You continue, opening the door and motioning for Mia to go in first.'Gentleman.' She remarks sarcastically as she enters the room.Tough bitch, this one.'Ah, my friend shows his face!' The Lieutenant exclaims happily from his seat, rising up to greet you.'Yes, I'm here on business, unfortunately,' you comment sadly. Best to get onto the task at hand and then get out of here.'I hear, now, what can I do you for?'
>>37458015This pirate, Quen the Chameleon, any ideas on the bastard's whereabouts? I'd say it's about time this scum were brought to justice.
>>37458015'I'd like to see bounty posters of the pirates in the area, starting off with one by the name of Quen.' You say, sitting down in a seat reserved for visitors.'Ah, a particularly nasty one, that one is,' the lieutenant replies, rifling through a drawer to his side and bringing out a sheaf of paper. 'Here's what you want then, there are five pirates wreaking havoc in the areas surrounding Fuka Island. Unfortunately we're not well equipped when it comes to fighting on five fronts at once.' He continues sadly, 'civilians are dying left, right, and center, and we're seen as ineffectual at best, and uncaring at worst.''Well, lucky I'm here then!' you say, 'I'm you much needed salvation!''Ah, if only it were possible for God to hear our prayers. These five are small time pirates, the only one that should give you trouble is Quen the Charmeleon. They say you never know which ship is his until it's too late.' he continues, handing over the sheets of parchment.>Stay and chit chat with him, better to get to know the man who you saved>Leave immediately, you need to get started on your next target as soon as possible!>Other (write in)
>>37458089>Stay and chit chat with him, better to get to know the man who you saved
>>37458089>>Stay and chit chat with him, better to get to know the man who you saved
>>37458089Stay and chit chat with him, better to get to know the man who you saved
>>37458089>Stay and chit chat with him, better to get to know the man who you saved>mention the town that we came from and see if we can secure a detachment to go stand guard for a month or two. a marine presence even a small one would most likely dissuade lesser threats.
>>37458089>>Other (write in)Basic chit-chat, have any family at home? Any ideas on Quen's whereabouts? >>37458081
>>37458127>>mention the town that we came from and see if we can secure a detachment to go stand guard for a month or two.Oh shit, son. That ungrateful village may actually have a shot at survival.
>>37458138>>37458131>>37458113>>37458120>>37458124This'll be my last post.
>>37458175Aww, next thread tomorrow again then?
>>37458175right on i dont have to run off before its done, whoo! i was getting worried i gotta be up in 4 hours to go to work lol
>>37458113>>37458120>>37458127>>37458124>>37458131'All that stuff can wait, I'd much rather us get to know each other a little better, preferably over a bottle of good whiskey!' You say, getting comfortable in your chair.'Ah, you fiend! I knew you only saved me to get to my stash of alcohol!' He says mock angrilyAs you talk the night away, you learn all about each other. He tells you about the family he lost to pirates raiding his village, and how he vowed to never let another escape his sight, and he learns of your not so legal past. Though he doesn't seem to judge you for it, if anything, he's thankful you realised the depth of your mistake and changed your ways. You also learn that Mia was once a marine, like you suspected. 'My God!' the lieutenant says, rising out of his seat on unsteady legs, 'Look at the time, it's 11 o'clock! You simply cannot go out to sea at this time and in this state! You'll simply /have/ to stay the night in the base!>Fine, I gratefully accept your offer!>I'm fiiinnneee, let's go back to th' shup, Mia>Other (Write in)
>>37458277Again, will answer any questions you guys have to ask me
>>37458277The choices are for next thread.
>>37458277>Fine, I gratefully accept your offer!
>>37458277>>Fine, I gratefully accept your offer!thanks for running again tonight! will try and be on tomorrow too, might only lurk for a bit though
>>37458296what are the names of the pirates that we have the bounties for except for quen of course, also how much are they each worth?figure we pick off some of the weaker ones first get a feel for their strength and utilizing our new "tools"
>>37458346Quen the Chameleon, worth 8 million berry.Hinta, worth 7 million berry.Junda the Grey, worth 6.5 million berry.Gund, worth 6 million berry.Kinter Young, worth 6 million berry.
>>37458277>>Fine, I gratefully accept your offer!Have a great night, Yolan!
>>37458392You too, friend!>>37458346http://pastebin.com/sr39DbHH
>>37458403http://pastebin.com/uK5CwnEE I meant.