>Twitter: https://twitter.com/qmyolan>Current Crewmates: http://pastebin.com/mktyDKeM>Bounties: http://pastebin.com/uK5CwnEE'We'll be ready in a short while, sir!' the marine says, saluting again.'They're always so hard on salutes, these younglings are,' the Officer tsks from his seat, handing you the money.'Why exactly are they 'so hard on saluting'?' you ask inquisitively, packing the notes into your ever-present bag.'Well, I've got a reputation, you see, they used to call me 'the pirate killer',' he replies with a shake of his head. 'Oh, those were the days!'Gods, this man might still be strong even though he's passed his prime!'What's your name, anyway?' You ask, 'I figure I'll have to get to know the man that's going to be collecting my bounties!' you continue with a smile.'Ah, a cocksure one, this one is!' The officer replies with a smile matching yours.'I've got to be, I guess if I'm not then someone else will be, and where'll that leave me!?' You respond, smile stretching your lips.'We're ready, sir!' you hear a shout from outside the Office.'Ah well, that's them. Better skedaddle.' Mia speaks for the first time since entering the Collection Office.'Alright', you say as you make your way out. 'Be seeing you, Lieutenant!' you call back.'Sir!' the arrayed marines say in unison.God, you could get used to being called that!As you lead them down, you see -thankfully- that the barrel has only moves a couple more inches, and you can hear shouting from below as they hear your footsteps on the deck.'SURRENDER OR DIE!' The marine in charge of the squad yells with authority. 'WE'VE GOT OVER TWENTY MEN HERE, DROP YOUR WEAPONS AND COME OUT!'Just then, you hear a gunshot go off and see a white blinding light. Then, you know nothing.
good to see you op.
>Archive: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Huck%20Finn>>37562266When you come to, the first thing you notice is the pain. The searing, scorching pain of your body.Gods, it feels like everything's on fire!Your skin feels stretched, your entire body hurts, and it feels like you're running a fever throughout your whole body!You slowly crack an eye open, quickly closing it after the pain of the lights shining on your eyes. Why does everything hurt?'Doctor, it looks like this one's awake!' You hear a voice call out from your left.'Ah is he now? Excellent. Perhaps he can tell us what happened down there.' An elderly sounding voice says, this time coming from your right.'You awake, boy?' The elderly voice asks, closer than before.You try to say something, but all you manage to do is croak, looks like your throat's damaged pretty badly.'Come on, trainee, this man clearly needs some water!' The elderly man(?) barks at the voice you heard first. 'Why did you not think of that as soon as he woke up!?' He demands in a tone that brooks no argument.'Y-yes doctor, right away!' The younger sounding voice squeals, and you hear a fast patter of footsteps going away from you.'Now, I assume you can nod or shake your head in answer to my questions, can you?'You try to not your affirmative, but the pain in your skull at even that small movement is enough to make you black out.When you come to again, you're met with the sight of a young man, looking to be in his mid-teens, sitting at your bedside with a cup of water in his hands. 'Here, this is for you,' he says rather shakily, holding it to your mouth with trembling hands It seems like he's a bit scared of you.
>>37562469You wonder what you possible could have done to scare a marine doctor-in-training?No matter, that's something to ponder later, right now you have to know what happened.'Wha-what happened?' You rasp, your throat stretching painfully on each syllable.'Ah!' The trainee squeals, jumping out of his seat. 'I-I'll get the doctor!' He practically runs out of the room before he even finishes his sentence, leaving you alone for a good five minutes before he returns with an elderly man.'You're finally able to speak, eh?' The doctor asks. you recognise this voice from when you first woke up. 'There was a large explosion, we think it was a bomb that exploded right in front of you and our men,' he says, 'They first thought it was you who set it up, claimed it was for some stupid reason or another. But myself and Lieutenant Thorpe spoke up for you, saying 'what kind of bloody moron blows up something in his own face? And after that, they stopped pointing the finger at you.' he continues, looking you dead in the eye. 'That's all, really. What else would you like to know?'>How long have I been out?>How many of the marines survived?>How's Mia?>Other (write in)
>>37562576>How's Mia?>How many of the marines survived?
>>37562576i guess others are gonna start trickling in soonish
>>37562576>How's Mia?>How many of the marines survived?Good to see you again, Yolan.
>>37562576>>How long have I been out?>>How's Mia?>>How many of the marines survived?"And how many of those pirates did they cap-MY SHIPS! What happened to my ships?!"
Is this our fault? For putting that barrel of gunpowder up there?
>>37562881was kinda hoping there was another option but it didnt seem like it
>>37562782>>37562788>>37562825'My crewmate, Mia, how is she!?' you say as frantically as your raspy voice will allow you.'Your friend has suffered burns, not as bad as yours, mind you, but bad enough that she'll have to be bedridden for at least a week. Until a time where her burns are healed.'A week, that doesn't sound too bad!'And the marines? How many of them survived?' You ask tentatively. Though this wasn't entirely your fault, you still feel responsible for the damage it has caused.'Ah, well, of the eight that went down there, two are resting up, they'll take the same time as your friend, not as long as you'll take to recover.' He remarks, a pitying look in his eyes.'H-How long will I take to recover?' you ask, hoping for a good answer.'Two weeks, no more.' he answers, shaking his head. 'Luckily for you, we have some of the best medicine available in the South Blue. Or else you'd be in strife.' he continues, rubbing his shoulder. 'As it is, you'll have bad burns all over your body, if you took the bandages off you'd see the result of the blast. Which, of course, I'd advise against.'>Burns, that's not too bad! It'll make pirates afraid of you!>Shit, burns!? How will I cope with the stares?>I just hope Mia will be alright. >I just hope the marines' families are coping well with the loss.>Other (Write in)
>>37562924If you guys had asked what you had to block the entrance, you'd have known you had a rather heavy oak chest filled with clothes to put over the hatch. But that's my mistake for not notifying you guys.
>>37562990>I just hope Mia will be alright. >I just hope the marines' families are coping well with the loss.>Burns, that's not too bad! It'll make pirates afraid of you!
>>37563005i think i had asked if there was anything else,,, oh well its done now and we didnt die.
>>37562990>I just hope Mia will be alright. >I just hope the marines' families are coping well with the loss."No use in worrying about the burns until the bandages come off. What about the pirates that were in the hold? Did the ship sink?"
>>37562990>I just hope Mia will be alright. >I just hope the marines' families are coping well with the loss.i just hope our face isnt too messed up
>>37562990>I just hope Mia will be alright. >I just hope the marines' families are coping well with the loss.>>37563005Wait wait wait a sec.Last thread That Lurking Guy asked >>37523250then you answered>>37523307.Clarification?
>>37563022>>37563093>>37563099'I just hope Mia will be alright,' you rasp sadly, wondering how bad her burns will be. 'And the marines' families? How are they coping?' 'Well, the wives are heartbroken, as expected. Two of the men had children, and they'll grow up without fathers. I think that's the worst part.' he responds with grief in his voice. 'I knew one of the men since he was a babe, and he was going places.'>Console him, you know how it feels to lose someone you care about.>This is his to deal with, give him time.>Don't try to comfort him. It's not worth your time.>He'll be useful in the future, console him.>Other (write in)
>>37563202>Console him, you know how it feels to lose someone you care about.
>>37563140Fuck. I meant on that ship. I was very tired and my meanings clearly weren't coming across as well as I hoped.
>>37563202>>Console him, you know how it feels to lose someone you care about.>Other. is there anything i can do to help?
>>37563202>>This is his to deal with, give him time.
>>37563224>Console him, you know how it feels to lose someone you care about.>Console him, you know how it feels to lose someone you care about.>Console him, you know how it feels to lose someone you care about.>I think that pirate's bounty(ies) could help the families cope the sudden loss. Not much, but it's something. What do you think?
>>37563301might work it was kinda our fault really...
>>37563224Nah, it's cool.Just think of the families of the marines. ;_;
>>37563357>kinda our fault reallyNot really.The description seemed to state that they were securely locked down.
>>37563392with a barrel full of gunpowder, though.
>>37563357Kinda someone else's fault Really.....CoughYolanCough
>>37563392with a barrel of gunpowder that we put on topmostly talking about how Huck would view the situation.
>>37563218>>37563220>>37563241>>37563301'I know what it's like to lose someone you care for,' you say, grief forming a painful lump in your throat. Gods, calling back those memories were painful! 'There was a man, a boy, rather. A boy on my old ship that was close to a son to me, Evan was his name. He was a jokester, a trickster, and an all round troublemaker.' you continue past that lump in your throat, 'He was my sister's ward, and I lost him. Lost my whole crew to that bastard Kid. They died right before my eyes, crucified. I had to watch them all get propped up in the ground. Then, when they weren't dying fast enough, Kid cut their throats. Made me watch it all.' tears were freely running down your face now, eyes burning worse than the rest of your face.'Kid? Eustass Kid?' The doctor asks, surprised.'Aye, that'd be the one.' You reply angrily. Even the mention of his name pisses you off!'Gods.' The elderly man says, 'That bastard killed more marines and civilians here than any three pirates put together.''Aye, he was a right bastard. When I catch up to him, I'll kill him.' You say with vehement finality.'Ah, so that's why you're so hell bent on capturing pirate, eh? So nobody goes through the same things that you have?'>Aye, exactly.>Nah, I just kill them because it's fun.>Exactly, I just can't let them roam free.>I just do it for the cash.>Other (write in)
>>37563518>>Aye, exactly.man on a mission
>>37563596>>37563613>>37563618>>37563624'Aye, exactly.,' you reply, memories flashing in your mind. The day you brought your rag-tag group of pirates together under your flag. The day you captured your first merchant ship.The day they died.'I want the bastards to know that once I set my sights on them, there's no getting away from me.' You continue without a hint of what was going through your mind.'Good man,' the doctor replies, taking a deep breath, 'And even better that you're going to be clearing the pirates from these waters for at least a while.' 'Aye to that. I hope to keep them away forever.' you respond, gritting your teeth (painfully)'Noble goal.' he says, drawing himself up and getting ready to walk out. 'Anything else you need before I go?'>More water.>Stronger painkillers.>I need you to pass on a message to Mia (state what)>No, nothing. (rest up)>Other (write in)
>>37563774>>Other: i doubt this will be the last time i get blown up or otherwise incapacitated, you wouldn't know anyone who would be mad enough to join me on my reckless little witch hunt would you?
>>37563857Thinking ahead, I like that.
>>37563774>>More water.>>Stronger painkillers.also>>37563857
While we're holed up healing anyone want to make a plan on taking down our next bounty? Maybe ask the Lt to help us gather some information on one of them?I hope Mia's burns aren't too bad man. For grizzled pirate hunter Huck they can be an advantage but she's got the whole bar tender thing after she decides to retire again.
>>37563774>I think that pirate's bounty(ies) could help the families cope the sudden loss. Not much, but it's something. What do you think?
>>37563995thats not a bad plan,,, she is gonna be out before us from the sounds of it, maybe we can get her to check out around town for info. i think we should probably go for the smaller targets first and work our way to the higher bounties, but, if we try to take live prisoners again we may need to come up with a better set up...
so: Gund, worth 6 million berryhe should be our next target i guess
>>37564031No. Bounties will help us catch more pirates.
>>37564085I vaguely recall Gund being reputed as fearsome but I'm not sure exactly. Hopefully Yolan can update the Bounties pastebin with info we've gathered so we have it handy. Chameleon sounds difficult to find and Gund seems as good as any other bounty right now.
>>37563995What are you on about, scarred badass woman bartender sounds fucking awesome.
as marines their families will be secured financially kinda like a military life insurance i guess, but one thing we can do is clear these waters of dangerous scum. that will help over all.
>>37563819>>37563857>>37563859>>37563869>>37563893'Some water, if you could,' you say in reply to his question.'I can certainly do that,' he says, turning and starting to walk.'And!' you say, stopping him in his tracks, 'Do you, by any chance, know any harebrained doctors that would be interested in adventure?''Harebrained doctors? Yes. Harebrained doctors ready to go on an 'adventure'?' You can practically hear the air quotes. 'Most certainly not.' Damn. 'Well, spread word around that a bounty hunter crew is looking for a skilled doctor.' You respond.'Will do.'---------------------------------------------It's a few days before the doctor -who has introduced himself to be Terry- allows you to make your first tentative steps on your newly scarred body. At first, it's a disaster, having passed out from the pain after the first step, so you don't think it's going too well.After two days of making little steps on the road to recovery, you're met by Mia as you walk the halls of the Marine Hospital 'Huck! By God, you're covered in bandages!' she exclaims, rushing as fast as she can over to you.She doesn't seem too bad, there's bandages on her arms and legs, but not around her head like you, nor around her entire body, constricting her movement, like yours are.'Aye, Mia, they told me you'd be out soon, but I didn't think this soon!' you reply, catching your breath by leaning on one of the walls.'Right, I recover pretty fast, if I do say so myself,' she says proudly before a worried look comes across her face. 'You sound like shit, Huck, what's wrong with your throat?''Doctor Terry said my throat was burned pretty badly, says I'll sound like this for a good while, if not forever.' you reply with a grimace. >'It'll make me intimidate pirates more!>I can live with it.>Does it turn you on?>It's something I have to live with, I'm not too happy about it, but like my burns, I'll just have to carry on.>Other (Write in)
>>37563871Hey Yolan! how bad are our burns? also mow severe are Mia's? she did join us but i doubt she planned to end up scarred and stuff.We probably owe her an apology... more likely we'll end up her sparring partner / punching bag for a while if she is pissed at Huck.
>>37564206>>I can live with it.>>Does it turn you on? (with our best attempt at a shit-eating grin)
>>37564206>>I can live with it.You court danger sir. Don't not stir the Waifu seekers.
>>37564206>>I can live with it.>'It'll make me intimidate pirates more!.
>>37564213We're not exactly /covered/ in burns. But the right side of our face is scarred, and our torso is mildly bad. Our legs are the worst though. Lucky we're a long range fighter and not a short range one, or we'd be in trouble!Mia's is bad for now. Like she said, she's a fast healer. The doctors in this hospital are first rate, so both of yours will take considerably less time to heal than they would if you were being treated by a village doctor, but less time than if it was Chopper or Law that was doctoring you.Your burns and Mia's will also heal better than they would in a normal hospital, giving you more mobility and less pain than they otherwise would give you.And you don't get that she's not mad at you, she's an ex-marine. She's probably gotten used to the fact that she'll be scarred in some way. She already might be for all we know. Does that answer your questions?
>>37564303yupas long as we dont look like this guy
>>37564351Your face isn't burnt off, it's just bad scarring. The burns on your face will be the only ones restricting your movement and may be the only ones that actually hurt for a while after you're healed.
>>37564206>I can live with it.>'It'll make me intimidate pirates more!
>>37564206>>I can live with it.>>Does it turn you on?
>>37564206>>'It'll make me intimidate pirates more!>>I can live with it.Also, it turns you on, doesn't it? ;)
you still alive op?
yolan is having internet issues and will probably have to try again tomorrow or saturday, so says his twitter