Second part of the night's thread! First part here: >>37978206while it lasts++[x] Yeah, I understand that. You nod. “Yeah, yeah. I understand that.” You say, kind of quietly too. The table is silent again long enough for you to order food- an omelet and some toast, along with a glass of, you're hoping, real damn orange juice. The shit you get in Poland is from concentrate that was probably frozen sometime in the last ice age- bitter and sour and nasty as hell. Mom always spoiled you when it came to that, buying the good stuff-You pause for a moment, thinking about it. Your parents don't even know they're grandparents yet. You chuckle at the thought internally. “So,” You say. “Do you girls need some clothes?” They look at each other, then at you. Again, Stasya speaks for them both. “We have the dresses we are wearing, and our flight equipment. Is that not enough?” She asks, sounding genuinely curious. You shake your head. “Not at all- you can't wear the same dress every day.” You say. Shit, even you own more than one change of civilian clothes. Not that you ever get to wear them. The look at each other again. “We cannot?” You laugh and shake your head. “No, no. not at all. If we have time, we'll have to get you some more clothes.” The two of them look at each other- they seem to do that a lot. But it's when they start to watch someone past you that you turn around. You grin as soon as you do, standing up and shaking the hand of the man approaching. “Inspector Victoire!” You say. “Hey, what brings you here?” “You do, my friend!” He responds, laughing. “May I sit?” the question is addressed to the two girls and Merlin- not you. They don't answer, instead splitting their attention between him and you.  Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.  It's kind of rude to not answer, girls.
>>37984550> Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.
>>37984550>[x] It's kind of rude to not answer, girls
>>37984550[x] Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.
>>37984550>[x] Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.
Link to Ghost's pastebin? Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.
>>37984550>[X] Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.
>>37984550>[x] Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy. Best inspector ahoy!
>>37984550>[X] It's kind of rude to not answer, girls.Fatheru time.
>>37984550> It's kind of rude to not answer, girls.
>>37984550>You pause for a moment, thinking about it. Your parents don't even know they're grandparents yet. You chuckle at the thought internally.HA! That's gonna be a fun conversation... perhaps we'll have it sooner rather then later?
>>37984777If they are at the event thing then we can talk to them in person.
>>37984679Um... pastebin sir. Like this one.http://pastebin.com/u/HORRUU-NEEEETOOH
>>37984550>[x] Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.Just make sure he doesn't make the kids too uncomfortable
>>37984777They've known they're grandparents since we got Merlin.
[x] Go ahead and take a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy. “Go ahead and grab a seat, inspector. They're still a bit shy.” You say, sitting back down in your own. He elects to grab a chair from a nearby empty table and spin it around sitting with his chest against the back of it. “So you're in charge of security for us?” He nods. “Oui, all four of you. When they tell me you have daughters, I must laugh. She carried them well, I am thinking, she did not show it at all!”You snort. “I take it they didn't correct you until later?” He shakes his head. “They allowed me to travel here with many baby things, diapers and toys and these kinds of things. They are only telling me as I arrive to the station here.” He grins and shakes his head again with a laugh. “It is ok, I will repay the joke later.” “So I guess the arrangement is the same?” You ask. “Non, not exactly. This time I have a platoon of the legion at my disposal.” He says, giving you another grin. “I am thinking we will not have problems here.”“I hope not.” you say, nodding. “But if we do-”“If we do, I will see to the little ones first, my friend.” He says, neatly guessing what you were about to request. “there is much interest in them, already, you know.” Both of them seem to pick up a bit at that, though he's addressing you. “There is?” He nods. “Oh yes. They were on the TV, you didn't know?”  … no. no I didn't. What got shown? Dude, I just woke up from being out for four days. I ain't seen a blessed thing!
>>37985312 … no. no I didn't. What got shown?
>>37985312> … no. no I didn't. What got shown?
>>37985312>[x] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?
>>37985312> Dude, I just woke up from being out for four days. I ain't seen a blessed thing!
>>37985312> … no. no I didn't. What got shown?> Dude, I just woke up from being out for four days. I ain't seen a blessed thing!BOTH>pic filenameWell of course, the moment you tell anyone you have a line on some CAG boys is the moment you lose that line.
>>37985312>[x] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?"I just got out of bed. That tussle up there left me dead tired."
>>37985312[X] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?
>>37985312> … no. no I didn't. What got shown, i have been out for four days,I ain't seen a blessed thing!
>>37985312>[x] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?At this rate they can just use stock footage when they make the movie.
>>37985312>[X] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?This is not infosec. This is not infosec at all.
>>37985312>[x] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?oooh boy..also MAUS soon
>>37985312> … no. no I didn't. What got shown?I've been in a near coma for the last couple of days.
>>37985312> … no. no I didn't. What got shown?I'm scared. Hold me
>>37985464don't forget about the rumors about the Sherman Calliope
>>37985312>[x] Dude, I just woke up from being out for four days. I ain't seen a blessed thing!>They were on the TVWelp, get ready for Konstantina. I can hear the strikers from here.
>>37985512Thought they said awhile ago that they won't be doing rocket artillery?Said they tried it and couldn't find a good way to work it in.
>>37985312>“Oh yes. They were on the TV, you didn't know?”>>37985528>Welp, get ready for Konstantina. I can hear the strikers from here."NATLYA, THE CAPITALISTS ARE MORE CLEVER THAN WE THOUGHT!""...Wh-""THEY ARE ATTEMPTING TO UNDUE MONTHS OF MY WORK BY GIVING HIM DAUGHTERU'S! COME< WE MUST SHOW THAT SOVIET DAUGHTERS ARE THE BEST AND MOST LOVABLE DAUGHTERS!""... but you want to hold his hand. Being his Daughter would be incest.""ACCORDING TO OUR JAPANESE SOURCES, THIS IS PERFECTLY NATURAL!"
>>37985574Dev server files say otherwise!
>>37985599>JAPANESE SOURCESGod damn tengu witches
>>37985464oh goody giant bomb target!
>>37985695oh please you know SPAA's are going to swarm around it
[x] … no. no I didn't. What got shown?“No.” You say, pausing to look at the two girls, who have gone back to looking at their food and eating it. They don't inhale it like Merlin can- and does- but they're not slow eaters either. By contrast, most of your breakfast is getting cold on the plate. “No, I didn't. What got shown?” He shrugs. “The dogfight above the island and a shaky, over-zoomed image of the two of them embracing you while you leaned against yet another beautiful woman and had the look of a dying man.” He says, then looks sideways at you. “How many gorgeous women do you have waiting to hold your hand, my friend?” He laughs. “Entirely too many.” You respond, thinking about the footage. “How did it get past the censors?” He shrugs. “I do not know, it was pulled quickly. But enough was shown that questions are being asked. We will be vigilant, my friend, have no worry.” “It's not that so much.” You say, leaning in. “Did they tell you who they were?” He nods. “I was notified the same time the mother of night called to offer her services.”“Brigitte?” You ask, and he nods again. “Oui. She is nearby, but not here currently. She says you are distracting.” He grins. “I think you are a lucky, lucky man if she thinks this.” You notice the two girls- and Merlin, are paying rapt attention to the conversation without trying to seem like they are.  Not in front of the kids, please.  I'll tell you about it some day.
>>37985890>[X] I'll tell you about it some day.
>>37985890> I'll tell you about it some day.
>>37985890>[x] I'll tell you about it some day
>>37985890> Not in front of the kids, please.
>>37985890>[x] Not in front of the kids, please.We are the foster-papa of these girls.Time to be RESPONSIBLE!
>>37985890[x] Not in front of the kids, please.I thought we weren't supposed to be talking about what happened with Bridgette.
>>37985890>[x] I'll tell you about it some day.
>>37985890>[x] Not in front of the kids, please.
>>37985963>Bridgette>Bridegett>Bride GetIt is fortold.
>>37985890>not in front of the kids
>>37985890>[X] Not in front of the kids, please.I want Merlin to pout and go "I'm not a kid anymore, Fraaank!"
>>37986041All hail the Prophecy.>>37985890[X] Not in front of the kids, please.
>>37986041No, no, no, no, no, Anon. You have it wrong,WENDYAIFU
>>37985890[x] Not in front of the kids, please.
>>37986041>>37986152sluts and whores
>>37986176two of the people in this picture are DEEEEEEEEEAD
>>37986176Fight me, Brokengoodsuko.
>>37985890>[X] Not in front of the kids, please.ONLY TWO HANDS, CANNOT COVER ENOUGH EARS
>>37985890>not in front of the kids please they are too innocent
>>37986249Just put their heads together, the ears will block each other.
>>37986249Buy the ear muff in bulk, they might give you some discount.
you need the ones with the thick foam padding
Guys, I just realised, when we return to the unit, the innocent little girls will be exposed to Mav and Slider and the young-spawn.We need shooting range grade ear defenders to preserve the innocence of the little daughterus
>>37986651mav will be the one to worry about. Slider will just give us "the look", and walk away
>>37986651Sticking pencils forcefully in each ear once should do the trick.Unless Youngspawn and Mav learn sign language.
>>37986709NO HARMING LITTLEST DAUGHTERUS!BAD ANON!
>>37986651Slider will only look at us and say 'goddamn pimp' and leave them.Mav and Twins may leave them if we and Ice 'insist'.Young...she is the danger. She is German, and no prob with language.
>>37986774damn young's are nothing but trouble!
[x] Not in front of the kids, please. “Not in front of the kids, man!” You say, shooting a look at him. He laughs. “Ah, oui, I am forgetting you are a parent now! I will attempt to be more mature.” “I appreciate it.” You say, finally turning to your food. “So Brigitte?” “Oui. Alone, but that is enough. Anyway, I must be going, my friend. Take care.” He says, standing up and returning his chair to it's table. “I will contact you if there is anything you need to know.”“Appreciate it.” you say around a mouthful of egg. The girls all sit in silence while you wolf down your food- it's excellent, and you really should be eating it slower and enjoying it more, but the simple fact is that you haven't eaten in several days and you seem to be getting hungrier the more you eat. Finally, though, Merlin speaks up. “S-so admiral Nixon s-said he was going t-to talk to you about VDNI...” she says, quietly.  He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.  He hasn't yet. You still think we should get it?
>>37986896> He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.
>>37986896> He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.Start the ride!
>>37986896>[x] He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.No point in lying to her.
>>37986896>[x] He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though. This doesn't seem good, last time merlin spoke quietly we ended up with our jet embedded into our chest.
>>37986951We already died once, this can't be any worse
>>37986896>[x] He hasn't yet. You still think we should get it?I don't want to lie but if she found out something when we were out of it...
>>37986896> He hasn't yet. You still think we should get it?a chance to get more info from her i will go with but let not act like a blind fool.
>>37986896>[x] He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.
>>37986979We'd die right in front of Merlin and our new daughters.There would be so much trauma they'd cry if we left the same room as them.
>>37986896>[X] He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.
i wonder if she would hide information from frank about the VDNI that might make it have a major flaw that she thinks she can fix it.
>>37987201Everybody else says it's fine too.
>>37987201>>37987236If there was a flaw, if anyone, I would trust Merlin the most to be able to fix that flaw.
>>37987236We still haven talked to the scientists who made the damn thing she might have and we didnt see i she learned any thing while we were out and before you say Ghost wouldnt do that just remember we got suddenly attacked by our new daughters out of nowhere at the end of our mission over Crete.
>>37986152>>37986176>>37986041Nerds. The only true answer is Slider.
>>37987201The major flaw of VDNI can be seen in this instructional videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hJepWBUqZk
>>37987283and if she cant what then?
>>37987312Merlin can still talk to machines, I think she'd know. I'm not sure how you think we're going to talk to the scientists who made it, they're gone. Nixon, Merlin and Katya said it would be fine. I'll trust them.
>>37987343that is not VDNI that is animu
>>37987349>if she can'tYou'd best stop doubting best RIO
>>37987386next she will start wearing red robeshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ecvLRxb3MU
>>37987402no one is perfect dude.
[x] He did. I said yes. We'll have to see where it goes from here though. You nod, finishing your orange juice. “He did.” You confirm. “A-and?” She edges slightly closer to you. “I said we'd get it. We'll have to see where it goes from here though.” You say- and you're surprised when she hugs you again. “You know this might not work out?” You say. She nods. “Y-yeah. But thanks for b-believing me anyway.” She says. The two girls sit across the table, quiet still. They remain sitting when you and merlin finally stand up, ready to head upstairs. “You girls done?” You ask. They both nod. “Well, let's head back up to the rooms, then.” You say, motioning for them to walk just ahead of you. They comply without comment, walking just within arm's reach of each other and you. You're met by a uniformed policeman in front of the hall to your rooms, he lets you pass without comment. The two girls make for one of the other bedrooms quietly, while you and Merlin both find seats in the sitting room. You haven't seen anyone else yet, let alone whoever's supposed to be getting you new whites, so you figure you've got a minute to talk.  ask Merlin about the girls.  ask Merlin about VDNI Call the girls out here, see if you can get them talking.  Call the girls out here, ask them about VDNI
>>37987491>[x] Call the girls out here, see if you can get them talking.
>>37987491> Call the girls out here, see if you can get them talking. About everything.
>>37987491> Call the girls out here, ask them about VDNILets see what this shit does, from those who've actually have itI'm wary because it seems too good to be true
>>37987491>[x] ask Merlin about the eventSeriously, what the fuck is happening.>>37987201>>37987343>>37987349>>37987425>Doubting best RIO
>>37987491>[X] Call the girls out here, see if you can get them talking.
>>37987491> ask Merlin about VDNI
>>37987491>[x] ask Merlin about the girls.She's had two days to talk to them, lets see what she's learned about them.
>>37987491[X] ask Merlin about the girls.
>>37987491> ask Merlin about the girls.
>>37987540no im not gonna blindly trust the fucking tech Merlin got nothing to do with this.
>>37987491> Call the girls out here, see if you can get them talking. > Call the girls out here, ask them about VDNI
>>37987491> Call the girls out here, ask them about VDNI
>>37987491> ask Merlin about the girls.I think we've got as many informed opinions about the VDNI as we can, let's just let the squad know we're out of a coma.
>>37987491>[x] Call the girls out here, ask them and Merlin about VDNI.
>>37987654YOU DARE QUESTION THE MACHINE SPIRIT!?!
>>37987773Yes, the machine spirits honesty setting is at 75%
>>37987491> Call the girls out here, see if you can get them talking.
>>37987851we will turn him in to a servitor later
Barely made it.OK GUYS, how will the shark twins get their revenged on these new imoutos?
>>37988045Tickles. How else?
I want to point some thing out both Ice and Slider did say Merlin might be blinded by the Tech.
>>37988045We will tie Joe."STAY AWAY FROM LITTLE GERMANS OR JOE WILL SUFFER"
>>37988066This is why we have asked pretty much everybody EXCEPT Merlin about it
>>37988103and she might be hidding some thing.
>>37988066>Merlin>blinded by techIn other shocking news, the sun will rise in the east tomorrow
>>37988103and I think we got the HINT to get it
>>37988103The thing that clinches it for me is that it can be sorta removed or disable.If we get mindjacked, I blame aliens.
>>37988135I blame communism
>>37988122>the sun will rise in the east tomorrowLies, slander and communist propaganda.
>>37988068Indeed! We must not allow them to be corrupted. Think of the hellfire and brimstone it would deliver in the ensuing Armageddon.
>>37988123Yeah, there might be some drawback but all in all, Ghost has convinced us it pretty much safe. Especially with extra failsafe Merlin made later.>>37988135This isn't GITS or Schlock Mercenary....
[x] ask Merlin about the girls.“So they're quiet.” You say, breaking the silence between you and Merlin. Far from unwelcome, it's just one of those quiets where the two of you are enjoying luxury you rarely get. She nods. “T-they're kind of scared of you.” She says. “Scared of me? Why?” You ask, surprised. “T-they think you'll be angry at them f-for fighting against you.” She says. “I-I've told them that that's not true, but they have to see it f-for themselves.” You nod. “Fair enough. What else do you know about them?” “N-not a lot.” Merlin responds, looking down, her voice suddenly subdued. “T-they don't like to talk about a-anything.” “I see.” You say, trying to keep the heat out of your voice. “Nixon and Longstreet both think they're conditioned.” Merlin nods. “Y-yeah, I think s-so too. I-it's horrible.” She shakes her head. “F-frank, you'll never let that happen t-to us, right?” “Right, kiddo.” you say- while you don't like making promises you don't know you can keep, you feel like you can make this one safely. “And I'm going to try and help them get better.” She shakes her head. “I-I think the best y-you'll be able to do is j-just be there for them.” she looks back up at you, a hopeful smile tugging at the corners of her mouth. “S-shouldn't be hard f-for you though.” You grin. “Yeah, shouldn't be hard at all.”1/2
You're interrupted by a knock at the door and inspector Victoire's voice. “My friend, I have some navy personnel here to see you.”“It's me and the tailors, son.” Nixon says, a second later. “Time to get your fancy suit on.” You sigh, looking at Merlin. “You too?” She nods. “A-and I'm getting t-the witch uniform.” You grin. “How daring!” She blushes red. “M-maybe n-not.” You laugh at the expression on her face as the door opens. “Go ahead and use the bedroom, kiddo.” You say, and she nods, hopping off the couch. “So what do you think?” Nixon says, as you hold an arm out to let the guys get a measurement- they've got a set of whites already here, they just need to tighten them up in a couple places- you've lost weight. “About what, sir?” “The kids.” He says, taking your seat on the couch.  They're quiet.  The reds really fucked them up, Sir.
>>37988253> The reds really fucked them up, Sir.
>>37988253>[x] The reds really fucked them up, Sir.
>>37988253> They're quiet.
>>37988253> They're quiet."Too early to see anything else but yea, they are too quiet".
>>37978403>Someone actually tried the SW89 Drinking Game>2 threads in, 2/3's of a Jack Daniel's downed>He can barely read the threads and is taking minutes to type out sentences>Can't even fill out captcha>Is currently Baneposting in PathfinderTruly, the greatest game ever.
>>37988253> The reds really fucked them up, Sir.We're going to need some professional help to undo all that damage.
>>37988253>[x] They're quiet.
>>37988270>Seei mean SAY.
>>37988253>[x] The reds really fucked them up, Sir.Whisper okay? They are only a room over.
>>37988253> They're quiet.I could only think of how Frank will introduce them. "hey guys, I'm a dad now"Frankly I imagine Young-Spawn getting along with them
>>37988253> The reds really fucked them up, Sir.Hopefully therapy in the world of magic is less BS than it is in the real world.
>>37988253> They're quiet.Isn't it too early to be saying that?
>>37988327Follow the quoted post anon.
>>37988253>[x] They're quiet.While the reds probably fucked up them pretty well, we haven't interacted with them enough to make a call. Sleep calls, Good run so far always Ghost!
>>37988473"We need clothes besides flight suit?" is what I'd certainly call a red flag
>>37988296Frankly, I'm surprised nobody's died yet.
>>37988339I'd imagine that the world would be a lot more understanding of therapy after the martian war considering the abysmal mortality rate and the simple logic that having hundreds of superpowered emotional woman with untreated PTSD is a bad idea.
>>37988581How would we find out if they died? It's only a matter of time.
>>37988581Give it time Merc, Give it time.
>>37988581Depends on the alcohol?
>>37988638Also, reading speed.
>>37988581Off topic but how many of Bree's old squadron want to come back or....died? Goddam politics.
>>37988581Maybe they have. There's no way of knowing. It's not like they could come back to tell us.
>>37988581boss, do you receive my mail on VMQ matter?
[x] They're quiet. You shrug. “They're quiet, sir.” You say, shaking your head. “I don't have much of a better read on them yet, but I'm starting to think the reds fucked them up pretty good.” He nods. “Doesn't surprise me. Seems like there's two groups there, one of them that does... this. And the other that's like us.” He says. “Your friend Putin is in the second camp, I think.” “You heard from him?” You ask. He shakes his head. “No, and I won't. But that doesn't change what I said.” You're about midway through fitting- bare chested, but at least you've got pants on, when the door to the girl's room opens up and they emerge. They look at everyone in the room impassively, but pad over to the couch nearest you and sit. “Hiya girls.” you say. “Decide to come out and sit with us?” They both nod. “You two want to watch some TV?” you say, holding out your arm again and tilting your head away so the tailor can get a better measurement. “I don't know what's on but-” Staysa shakes her head. “We wanted to ask if we could go with you.” She says, quietly- you have to strain to hear her. “We don't like being alone.”You look at Nixon, who shrugs. “Your call, son. It'll make the security team's job harder, but I don't see why not if we leave early.” He looks over at the girls- both of whom are looking at him with that unbreaking gaze of theirs.  We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here? I don't see any reason why not.
>>37988907>[x] I don't see any reason why not.
>>37988907> I don't see any reason why not.
>>37988907> We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?Media, boys. Media.
>>37988907[X] I don't see any reason why not.
>>37988907> I don't see any reason why not.Ask them to behave.
>>37988945we tell them to piss off
>>37988907>don't see any reason why not"Girls, meet media. Media, meet my daughters"... and cue confusion from everyone on earth
>>37988907> I don't see any reason why not.At least disguise them, dye their hairs, contacts, forces some smiles, cmon.
>>37988907 I don't see any reason why not.
>>37988958I like this idea!
>>37988958parents go ape shit
I'm not sure if you guys realize this, but having the russians learn that we have them is definitely not a good idea.
>>37989013oh please we got a shit ton of guards
>>37988907>[x] We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?Is there anyone we can leave with them? Last thing we need is the Russians knowing that we have the girls.
>>37989026Having them be shown at a media event is definitely counterproductive.
>"Girls, meet media. Media, meet my daughters"... and cue confusion from everyone on earthWell, we might as well go all the way if we have to deal with the media. Either we play up the single father route, and score up points with the media that way...Or we take the "wholesome family" approach and bring Slider as our date.
>>37989051oh no you dont!
>>37989051If she weren't in Poland I'd be entirely with you
>>37989051How about we don't be retarded and don't let them get seen.
>>37988907 We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?
>>37988907>[x] We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?after watching agent carter FUUUCK NO!
>>37989051Fuck off with these stupid ideas
>>37988907 > We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?
Somehow I doubt that shoo-ing them off into a corner right now would work wonders on their psyches
>>37989092god damn russian doctor!
>>37989120There's no reason for them to be damaged by it. Why do you think it would?
>>37989120It would be betterthan exposing them to the media and rest of the world
>>37989058>>37989070>>37989083>>37989109Oh, how about Ice instead. >Attending a media event with the last heir of the Romanov dynasty with two adopted Russian daughters Or how about Katya?>Attending a media event with a Russian traitor and our adopted daughters We'd be media *darlings*. What. Could. Possibly. Go. Wrong.
>>37988907> We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?
>>37989141>Snipers, airstrikes, surprise yandere super witches...The list goes on and on.
>>37989126Merlin just said that they were scared that we hated them for...essentially killing us. Wouldn't really be helping that or their trust in their new guardian by telling them to bugger off
>>37989174Remember what happened the last time the soviets tried that? Konnie happened.
>>37989188Not especially. We're going to an event that they have no point going to. It won't hurt their feelings in any meaningful way.
>>37988907>[x] I don't see any reason why not.what could go wrong, realistically
>>37989138The Soviets just lost an airplane-load of scientists to us. Seeing two girls on TV isn't really gonna make this that much worse for them>>37989210>rational thought processes>terrified teenage girls who've been messed with in the head and are in a very unfamiliar situationWouldn't count on it
>>37988907>[x] We won't be gone long, girls, can you stay here?Reasons why:1. they don't have formal wear for the formal event.2. it would make things more complicated.Thus, we should not take them, but make it up for them by taking them our for ice cream later.
>>37988907>[X] I don't see any reason why not.>[X] Bring Saber>[X] Make self center of giant ruckus, hopefully drawing attention away from the daughterusAlternatively>[X] Bring Sidearm>[X] Fire into air wildly
>>37989246Yes, it will. You don't reveal your fucking cards. For all the Soviets know their two fighters were shot down. We don't want to let them see that they're alive. That'll screw with us down the road.Do you think that a teenage girl is going to freak out because you had to go somewhere? Or do you think they'd deal with being thrust into an even more unfamiliar situation with the media all over it?Don't leave them alone, but they simply cannot come.
>>37989274We are not Young/sean this won't work
>>37989285The media already got footage of them on the ground hugging us... We just don't want to cause more of a stir long western media
>>37989285The Soviets already know that they're alive...
>>37989274>bring Seibah No anon, while a Seibah is great, we're the servant to Ice. Unless we pull a Caster and get our own servant.Would that just be Wendy?Hell, Seibah isn't even best Type Moon blonde. That's Arc.
>>37989285>Do you think that a teenage girl is going to freak out because you had to go somewhere?That is exactly what Merlin did at the White House when we sat down for a chat with our anonymous president.
>>37989312By appearing on the media again you reveal their position and the fact they are with us.
>>37989347Merlin is a bit different, in case you hadn't noticed. She developed a bit of PTSD about losing Frank. These girls have no such thing.
>>37989224>>37989194Can somebody refresh me on who konnie is?
>>37989349It'd be a really desperate analyst who sees footage of them hugging us on the ground and doesn't extrapolate exactly what you're trying to hide by not bringing them with us.
>Konnie watches her beloved present his new daughters on television>"C-Comrade Putin told me Comrade Stork was just a myth!"
>>37989384It would take a massive leap of judgement to assume that the people who just defected are still with Frank. In fact, it goes against all reason.
>>37989362>These girls have no such thing.We don't know that for sure yet.They may look okay now, but we know the Reds fuck their minds, we might got other unknown issues here.>>37989365Konstantina Stalinka, Russian super-witches that originally goes Yandere to Fronk and get tamed later.
>>37989365Yandere Russian stealth witch that stalks frank. Shy in person. You can read about her in the archives.
>>37989365the diehard commie yandere with a fetish for headpats and hugs.
>>37989404>Putin turns on the the television.>"Hello vodka my old friend"
>>37989404>>37989431Okay, we're doing thisIt has to be done.
>>37989404"Well Konnie, most people are lucky enough to not needing Comrade Stork's help. But there are some people that less... fortunate. For these people, Comrade Stork exist".
>>37989446>Konstantin's convinced they're her daughters because of the headpats>but they were delivered to Fronk because Fronk
[x] I don't see any reason why not. “I don't see any reason why not.” You say. “But you know I can't sit with you, right?” They nod. “We know.” Staysa says. “But being there will be better than being here, alone.” “Well, son, that means we probably ought to get moving. How's the jacket fit?” Nixon says. You pull on an undershirt and then the dress jacket. “Feels fine, admiral.” you say. “Dress uniforms are never comfortable.” “Who're you telling?” He asks, laughing. “Here, lemme take a look at ya.” He scrutinizes your ribbons and brass, finally nodding. “As good as I've seen.” He eventually says. “Is your RIO ready in there?” Merlin takes that moment to step out- the bare frill of the witch's dress skirt around the bottom of her Jacket, barely covering her skivvies. Her ribbons are the same as yours- except for the purple heart. “H-how do I look?” She asks, spinning in place slowly. “Who taught you that?” You ask, laughing. “You look fine.” “T-the twins.” She says. “T-they said it'd drive K-kenji crazy.” “Yeah. Yeah it will. And not in a good way, kiddo.” You say, laughing. “Shall we go? Ladies?” Stasya and Lilya slide off their seats on the couch, stepping in front of you and walking there, between you and your marine escort. They're in their blues- as an escort, they're largely for looks, but the functional part of your security is being handled by the French. You can see more than a few men in suits- you recognize inspector Victoire. He slides over to you as soon as he sees the girls. “My friend, I will not question you, since you are a father and I am not, but is bringing them a good idea? I am told if they are seen by a camera and identified...” 1/2
>>37989467>"Comrade Stork was surely coming to deliver them to me, but darling was so anxious to meet our daughters that he shot down Comrade Stork so he could present them to me himself."
You look down at the girls, who look up at you. “You girls really don't want to stay in the rooms?” you ask. “We can have someone sit in there and keep you company.” They both shake their heads. “I think we can have them stand behind the curtains.” Victoire says, after a second. “This is no more than five meters from where you will be. Is that acceptable?” You look down at the girls, who look at each other, then at you, then nod. “Sounds like.” you say. “Can you get them in and out without the press catching a glimpse?” He nods. “Oui, that is child's play. I am more worried about them being there, but the press is not allowed behind the podium, so that will be acceptable. Though I do not know if they will be able to see you from where they will be.” “That's ok.” Stasya says, quietly. “We just don't want to be alone.” You all pile into a trio of staff cars- you end up riding with the two girls, while Merlin and Nixon ride in the car behind yours. It's a little crowded, but you arrive well before anyone else, and have a chance to sit behind the podium, looking around. The ceremony is being held at a nearby airfield. You recognize the buildings as belonging to 'l ecole de air, the ADA's training base. You're surprised to hear Jean-luc's voice greeting you from nearby. “They dragged you here too, eh?” He asks, walking over and offering a salute- one you return quickly- before shaking your hand. “This is silliness. We should still be on the front, non?”  I wouldn't say it was kicking and screaming, but yeah, I agree.  I don't know. I kinda needed a vacation.
>>37989486 I don't know. I kinda needed a vacation.
>>37989486> I wouldn't say it was kicking and screaming, but yeah, I agree.
>>37989486>From what they tell me, I needed a vacation
>>37989499This. We were kinda out of it.
>>37989486>"From what they tell me I was dying for a vacation"
>>37989486>[x] I wouldn't say it was kicking and screaming, but yeah, I agree.
>>37989486>[X] From what they tell me I was DYING for a vacationEhh? Joke? Yes?
We are going to make the best Dad jokes some day.
I wonder what the squadron's gonna say when we mange to come home with YET MORE witches than we left with.VF-3: Frank the viking lord and his Witch Hoard
>>37989511Im goin with this. Let the dad jokes begin
>>37989511>>"From what they tell me I was dying for a vacation"Im with this.
>>37989656Frank! I'm missile locked! Hi Missile Locked, I'm Frank.
>>37989486>[x] I wouldn't say it was kicking and screaming, but yeah, I agree.Not sure we'd joke about the dying part just yet, we just found out about it and haven't even talked to Ice.
>>37989662Mav will all like, "...So i guess the brown hari will be your and Slider's daughter while the blond one will be yours and ice?" before run for her live.
>>37989486>>37989511Supporting alllll the way.
[x] Write in“From what they tell me, I was dying for a vacation.” You say with a bit of a grin. He scoffs. “Have they told you what all we are in for?” he asks, after a second. You notice Nixon slinking off- he's out of line of sight before you can say anything. “Nope.” You respond, noting the girls have found seats nearby- and are watching you. “You got any idea?” He shakes his head. “Non, but it's going to be big.” He says. “They have been waiting months for this. I suspect it will be long and boring, with much talking and too little to eat and too few pretty girls.”You quirk an eyebrow. “Don't you already belong to Rosalie anyway?” He laughs. “Oui, but this does not mean I cannot look!” he grins and shrugs. “Besides, I have found nothing so beautiful as ma rose.” “You know you don't have to turn on the charm, right?” you ask. “I mean, she's not actually here, or anything.” He laughs. “Oui, perhaps not, but one can never be sure. And telling the truth is fine, even when no one is around to hear it.” You laugh with him, then shake your head. “Starting to get loud out there.” “Oui. The press, I am sure. And the public, it is open to them, afterall.” He says. “This is why I am thinking it will take some time. They will wish to talk about our heroism and bravery to inspire more to serve.”He shakes his head. “This is the worst of it, but what can a soldier do?” He shrugs. You're about to respond when a staffer comes back and motions to the both of you. “We're ready.” he says, simply. Jeanluc sighs. “Once more into the breach, oui?” he says, looking over at you. You nod, looking over at the girls. “You'll be ok back here?” You ask. They both nod. “Ok. I'll be back as soon as this is over, ok?” They both nod again. Well, at least they're consistent, you think. If you could just get them to talk more.
>>37989865Thanks for the run? Thanks for the run.
And that's it for the night! I think nine hours is plenty, what about you? hahaha. So, just to reiterate, there will be no thread next week. at least, I'm not planning for one, I don't expect to have internet back by then. If I do, I'll let you guys know via twitter. In the meantime, I I'll drop my pastebin here- it's got two rough Raikov chapters and one edited one. Word of warning, edited takes precedence over rough in the hierarchy of canon- so if something changes in an edit, the newer version is correct. usually this is just names and stuff, typically minor or the result of typos. I'll still post the edited, full version in PJW, as usual. Pastebin herehttp://pastebin.com/u/GhostdivisionAnyway, that's it for tonight. I'm planning a thread Thursday, but it may not run, it's heavily dependent on me getting out to knock out all my running before anything, and judging by my list of shit to get, that could take some time. I'll keep everyone up to speed on twitter, though, so keep an eye on that. So till next time (Whenever that ends up being, hahaha) I hope you guys enjoyed the run and Cheers!
>>37989924thanks for running.
>>37989924Cheers Ghost, thanks for today!
>>37989924Thanks for running!
>>37989924>phone about to diePerfect timing. Thanks for the run, Ghost
>>37989924Good run there Ghost, thanks!
>>37989924Thanks for running dude, always fun. I hope you run later this week too, I'm really starting to wonder what Nixon intends to pin to Frank's chest this time. I mean he already has the MOH, how much higher can you go after that?
>>37989924>http://pastebin.com/u/GhostdivisionThanks Chief. Really helped me with getting through the first half of my night shift.I appreciate the great run!
>>37989924Thanks for the run
>>37990016how did you like chapter 3? haha. after the one anon went kinda berserk about Volgin, i was afraid they'd hate the new chapter.
>>37989924Just as I get home, hahaha. Cheers
>>37989865>that image name.Hmmmm
>>37990071Not quite finished yet. Getting caught up on 2 first.
>>37989924> raikov pt 3Fuck you ghost. Thanks for ruining my day
>>37990485sorry anon.can we still be friends?
>>37990485These feels are good feels.
>>37990548Finally caught up. Nicely written. I think the phrase I'm thinking of this:"It takes men [and/or women] to slay monsters."Volgin is clearly a monster. We all knew that. I'm just glad to know his downfall is being set up better than a Greek tragic hero.
I never good with wetwork like this. For Raikov to be uneasy when she recall it just make it worse.And that last part even worse.Forget Stalin, Forget Moskow. We should hunt Volgin first.
>Inside, he colonel was joined by someone who looked achingly familiar- but still someone she couldn't place.>“Reporting, as ordered, colonel!”She learned Orlov was actually a general at the end of chapter two. Is this a typo or is she so conditioned to view her superior as a colonel?Also, all those feels. Death is too good for Volgin.
>>37990680Very much the latter. She habitually refers to her direct superior as colonel or the colonel, if she's talking to a third party
>>37990680It's likely she hasn't had time to fully process the fact yet.
I passed out, good times Ghpst.Kind of wondering how if the girls are watching this.
Damn, I finished reading though to be honest I kind of hate Raikov as bad as Volgin.Kind of knew she was brainwashed but still....damn.
>>37989865If Bridgette weren't a professional I would think she may be doing lewd thinks in her sniper spot
>>37989966>http://pastebin.com/u/GhostdivisionFrank does not have the MOH
>>37991821You have obviously never seen a bored professional with nothing to do but kill time.
>>37992210Except maybe observe the target? I think she might be a bit busy for it and now's not the time.
>>37992268thats what bipods and monopods are for, you only need one hand on the rifle.
>>37992302Might be difficult trying to look through the scope while being busy though