So, let's see. News. Nope. Nothing. hahaha! New OP art, though, thanks hal. Archives here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989++You'd expected to wake up because of nightmares. You were pleasantly surprised when you didn't- instead waking up to an insistent pair of small hands on your shoulder. Last night had been... well, you don't really have words. You and Rachel's first night together had been her first night with anyone- you'd been surprised when she'd admitted it to you, and at first, didn't believe it. It was only later, after you'd moved to the bedroom and lay there together in the afterglow, that she told you everything. About her family, how she was the only witch in generations- the first anyone could remember, even. She'd told you about how she'd been expected to be perfect. Oh, she said, nothing overt, but subtle pressure. Go to church. Act like a lady. Get perfect grades, never curse. She'd rebelled. She'd gotten her tattoos using a fake ID at 16, on a dare from a girl at the academy in her second year. She and Ice had, almost unbelievably, been hell raisers for most of their early days- it wasn't till Ice crashed a pair of training strikers that she started to buckle down and turn into the witch you've always known. Slider, for her part, had stuck by her friend, naturally adopting a sister-like role. It'd felt right, according to her. You'd fallen asleep curled up together, one of her legs tangled up with yours, her arms around you and her head nuzzled in against your chest. It had been different than it was last night with Tabitha- but at the same time, you hadn't liked it any less. You could get used to this, you think. 1/2
However, the girls- it has to be one of them- are insistent. “Papa.” Stasya says, her voice a whisper, but only just. “Papa, it's time to wake up.” You don't move- maybe if you don't respond, they won't keep trying. That is, up until you get a knife hand in the midsection- not hard, but hard enough to wake you up. That had to have been Rachel. “Papa, you need to wake up.” Stasya says, seeing you shift. “Lilya and Tabitha cooked breakfast and they say you have things to do.” “We cooked eggs and bacon, papa.” Lilya confirms, sounding like she's next to her sister. “Ugh.” You grunt, rolling over. “What time is it?” “It's oh-eight, papa.” Stasya says. You open one eye to look at them- they're both dressed in BDUs, the short shorts of the witch uniform almost coming down to their knees. Clearly, they're borrowing someone's clothes. “Five more minutes?” You ask, closing your eye again. Not happening, you think, as Stasya shakes you again. “Papa.” She says, more insistent. “You have to get up. There's things for you to do.”  Nope. This is nice. Five more minutes.  Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?
Best time. Have shitscribble.
>>39919326> Nope. This is nice. Five more minutes.
>>39919326> Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?
>>39919289>[X] Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?Family cooked breakfast. Be good.
>>39919326 Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?
>>39919326>[X] Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?If we don't get up now, the girls will have failed their mission. That is un-fucking-acceptable.
>>39919326>[x] Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?It occurs to me that if Konstantina wanted to defect to be with her beloved, her last chance is rapidly approaching, what with the Soviets using nukes to seal off their borders with the exception of that one narrow gap that Frank kept open.
>>39919326>[x] Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?There's a rule written somewhere that Frank can never have just five more minutes. Best night of the week!>You'd expected to wake up because of nightmares. I was fully expecting this too.
>>39919455>H-how do I look, Rex?
>>39919326> Nope. This is nice. Five more minutes.Please~>Dat OP imageHALLEYYYY YYOOOOU BRIIILLLLIIIANNNT BASSSTTARRRRDDDD>>39919378>>39919422>>39919455Nice scrib. Keep on truckin.
>>39919468I'm wondering how the hell the rest of the Soviet Union that ISN'T Stalin is reacting to the whole 'nukes' development.Probably a lot of panicking
>>39919496>>39919538We need to go widerrrr.>Puella Sketch Hidamari Magica intensifies
>>39919326[X] Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?
>>39919525At least they haven't warmed up Megalith yet.
>>39919289Why did you rip off the kill la kill girl outfit? How tacky can you get.
Was Slider loud? Also Are they wearing clothes?Also when did Slider get a knife?
>>39919617It was Halley's idea, anon. Blame him.
>>39919617I'm... I'm pretty sure it doesn't count as 'ripping off' when it's literally a joke reference.Also fuck you Senketsu is love
>>39919658It's nice to see Ganon's got his hate-boner on.>>39919542I like how the artist always draws Stasya and Lilya like that.
>>39919721You'd be surprised how many artists on Pixiv have made Human!Senketsu.
>>39919326> Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?How can one disappoint the daughterus?
>>39919771No I'm not surprised, I'm just not fond of it.
>>39919289>[x]Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?BACON. AND. EGGS.
>>39919813I'm not fond of humanization either but its a decent drawing that doesn't really stray from the characters style. If I can match the voice to the picture its alright.
>>39919854>>39919813Speaking of humanizing, I'd actually like to see a humanized/witchified Cat-chan and Wyvern nee-sama right about now...
>>39919326>[X] Nope. This is nice. Five more minutes. let the kids show some initiative in dragging our ass outta bed
>>39919968>Z1 and Z3>fatalpulseAbandon hope, all ye enter here
>tfw Ghost and Planefag back-to-back tonight
[x] Well, I tried. Did they tell you what I need to do?You sigh. “Well, I tried.” You say, defeated. “Did they tell you what I need to do?” Stasya shakes her head as you extricate yourself from the bed, yawning and scratching idly at the scar tissue on your side. She and Lilya's eyes both get slightly wider when they see it, and they look at it for a second before they look back at you. “No, only that you needed to get up and go eat breakfast.” You nod, yawning again before standing up and heading over to the closet. Given the girl's choice of attire, you're probably not on any kind of warning or alert- not that you could fly if you were. You're sure the crew is going to have to give the wyvern a pretty thorough looking-over before clearing it for flight, let alone combat. Grabbing a pair of BDUs yourself, you take about five minutes to get dressed, trying to at least look presentable. You still need to shave, but other than that you make out ok, and the girls are waiting outside the door for you. They fall in behind you, while you stuff your cover into a thigh pocket and buckle on your watch. “Morning, Frank.” Ice greets you when you walk into the kitchen, then looks at the girls, both of whom sit next to you while she brings over a plate. “Good work girls.” Stasya looks at her kind of blankly, while Lilya smiles at the compliment. “They tell you what all you've got to do today?” Ice asks, setting down the plate and motioning for Lilya to come help her. You shake your head. “Nope, they just said they were told to come shake me loose.” “Surprised they didn't need a crowbar.” Ice says with a smile. You shrug, while Stasya looks up at you. “Papa, what does she mean?” 1/2
>>39919968Bad luck, it's futa.Then again, it's fatalpulse.
“I'll tell you later.” You answer quickly, looking back at Ice. “So what's up?” “Well, Merlin said she needed to talk to you, she's in the hangar.” She says. “That's the first thing. The second is that Admiral Nixon is on base, he wants to talk to you as soon as it's convenient for you. He said there's no rush, but you're not to go anywhere until you do talk to him.” You nod, having expected to talk to someone pretty highly placed about yesterday. “And you need to arrange travel to Berlin to debrief some more brass. And some other things.” She shrugs. “I'm not sure what, but the orders hit my desk at like, oh two, and it's coming from Belgium. Plus there's another letter that came in with it from London, the matron London requested our presence as soon as possible.” She says. You sit back. “That it?” “For now.” She answers. “I suggest you talk to Admiral Nixon, then see what Merlin wants, after that it's up to you. I'll get your travel pass cut as soon as I can, but it'll take at least half an hour.” You check your watch- a totally unnecessary move, but you nod anyway. “No problem.” I'll talk to the Admiral first.  I'd rather talk to Merlin first.
>>39920219>[x] I'll talk to the Admiral first.Brass calls, we listen (if only to avoid the incoming shit).
>>39920219>[x] I'd rather talk to Merlin first.Let's see how fucked the jet is, then we'll go talk with Nixon, the brass and best matron.>>39919289>>39919378>>39919422>>39919455>>39919496>>39919542>6 pieces of new artThis cannot get any be->>39920098>Planefag is also running.>mfw all of thisOh my god this just cannot get
>>39920219> I'll talk to the Admiral first.
>>39920219> I'll talk to the Admiral first. haven't talked to Poker Ace Nixon in a while. Also,>Nixon's Teitoku doori face.webm>Matron LondonHmm, wonder if she's heard about the new 'arrangements' for the guardian protector of witches...>>39920218I CAN'T TRUST FATALPULSE DAMMIT
>>39920219> I'd rather talk to Merlin first.
>>39920219> I'll talk to the admiral firstKeep brass happy to keep matrons off of our ass
>>39920250>OF HAPPENINGS.gif>captcha asking for burritosBut captcha, that's a Lumpiang Gulay, dammit
>>39920218>futaI'm pretty sure that's just straight-up dudes fuckin' other dudes, bro
>>39920219>[X] I'd rather talk to Merlin first.Whatever Nixon wants, the status of our plane is probably relevant.
So uh, are we gonna have another Pizza Captcha streak tonight or...?
>>39920259The meeting with the matron london could also be a vector for ghost to introduce a 3rd daughteru to continue the escalation war with merc.Which is something I'm looking foward too.
>>39920219>[x] I'd rather talk to Merlin first.Wonder what Matron London wants.
>>39920344Every time I post on 4chan now it's just image captchas. All I see is cake, burritos and other assorted food.
>>39920346Please not Daughter War......
>>39920346>3rd DaughteruWell I'll be. Escalation time?>>39920378Also, image captcha is confused 80% of the time.
>>39920407No we just have to get one each for Ice, Slider and Katya.
>>39920427But that's unfair. Ice already has two.
>>39920427That's easy, just gotta get them pregnant.
>>39920407Frank's already won anyway. While Janice is of a motherly disposition, she's still just one witch. It's just a question of time.
>>39920447you lost me
>>39920444They like Slider too. >>39920447No see, we're going to have six kids, three adopted three blood related.
>>39920447You bet your ass they're gonna get working on that once the war's over.Also, status update on Frank/Ice lewds?
>>39920407Yes there fucking will be manga. We need a peaceful way of channeling the competition between airforce and naval aviation. The most productive way is an adoption and child rasing war.>>39920416begun the daughter wars have...
>>39920447i like how you think
>>39920219>[x] I'd rather talk to Merlin first.let's at least pretend we're still a top ace fighter pilot instead of a daki stuffed with witch catnip>>39920218>futaanon, iboypussies are actually anuses you know that right?
>>39920463>Lewd Saber.gif>>39920472Now see here's the problem.Katya is the only one without an actual daughteru.>>39920478COME TO THE DARK SIDEWE HAVE DAUGHTERUS
>>39920219> I'd rather talk to Merlin first.make sure the wyvern hasn't burst into flames
>>39920511That's why we have to get the third daughteru!
>>39920522It won't anon. Unless Fronk and Merlin get pumped with industrial-grade hotblood...
>>39920511>Airforce and navy give children to all servicemen>army and marines join in so they don't look like assholes>America now invades countries for their orphans
>>39920533>Not wanting Anya as Katya's daughteruufufufufuCaptcha, that's a crepe, not a burrito!!
>>39920522>Radiation from nuke + VDNI did some comic-book shit>The Wyvern is now sentient>The forbidden Fronk/Merlin dughteru
I wonder what the fallout will be after the last battle? Phone won't let me post carlos.jpg
>>39920589>Insert Vault-Tec figurines here>>39920566It's Jolie/Pitt all over... again?>>39920584So uh, yandere lewd?
>>39920584Though that reminds me that we need to tell the docs about how jacking out after the nuke felt>>39920634More of a weird ghost-in-the-machine echo fusion type thing
>>39920634Yes, but on an industrial scale.>>39920584this kills the fronk (literally)
>>39920672>how jacking out after the nuke feltMaybe like jacking off?>ghost-in-the-machine echo fusion typeKITT, is that you?>>39920692>tfw Joint Chiefs have laid plans for various orphan-invasion scenarios
>>39920754>Britain is able to not get invaded by donating orphans to the Americans.>In return they are exempt from congressional bans on exports (British F-22s FUCK YEAH!)
>>39920754>Finally, you unplug from VDNI, suddenly noticing the world's a lot more.. dull, for some reason, though it seems less fuzzy around the edges.
>>39920867>tfw Fronk is now full EXAM SYSTEM
>>39920754Doesn't the Pentagon have a plan for Zombies or some shit? I wouldn't be surprised at a 'orphan-invasion scenario'.
>>39920219> I'd rather talk to Merlin first.>>>MERWIN
>>39920867Does that mean that we were irradiated? I mean we were right next to a nuke without proper anti-radiation protection.Does this mean that we'll never be able to give out wives the strong offspring they deserve?
>>39920927If we start feeling the effects of radiation we'd be sick or dead.
>>39920911So does FEMA.THey keep them in place as training for other similar disaster-response scenarios, since a lot of the factors are common to actual disasters.
>>39920951>>39920911Also britbongs, last I heard.
>>39921010As a Brit, I'm pretty sure our government doesn't have contingency plans for zombies, tsunamis, hurricanes or a situation where we need to invade another county for their orphan supplies.
>>39921077Not so, comrade, not so.>In 2012 Britain's contingency plans for a zombie onslaught emerged in a response to an enquiry from a member of the public.>A Freedom of Information request has shown the surprising level of readiness for the eventuality.>The Ministry of Defence would not lead efforts to plan for such a horror attack or deal with the aftermath, reported by the Daily Telegraph, because that role would rest with the Cabinet Office, which co-ordinates emergency planning for the Government.>The MoD replied to the FoI request: 'In the event of an apocalyptic incident (e.g. zombies), any plans to rebuild and return England to its pre-attack glory would be led by the Cabinet Office, and thus any pre-planning activity would also take place there.>'The Ministry of Defence's role in any such event would be to provide military support to the civil authorities, not take the lead.>'Consequently the Ministry of Defence holds no information on this matter.'
[x] I'll talk to the Admiral first. “Guess I'll go talk to Admiral Nixon first.” You say. “Where's he at?” “Admin.” Ice answers. “Said he'd be there most of the morning. He'll probably be on post a few days.” You nod, wondering at the sanity of that. If they're using nuclear weapons now, and they could not only kill the squadron, but also kill admiral Nixon, wouldn't that mean that this base is a prime target for them? You don't voice your concerns- partly because it won't do any good, and partly because there's no reason to scare the girls with it. You finish your breakfast fairly quickly, standing up and putting your plate on the counter- and giving Tabitha a quick kiss. You could get used to that too. The only hiccup is when Stasya starts to follow you- and Lilya doesn't. You and Stasya both pause at the door, while Lilya is clearly torn between following you and staying with Ice. “You staying here?” You ask. She hesitates, then nods. “Y-yes papa. If that's ok.” You look at Ice, who nods. “It's fine with me.” She says, so you nod as well.“That's fine Lilya, we'll be back later, ok?” She nods and smiles, which is enough for you. Stasya, in the mean time, takes the unexpected opportunity to claim a piggy back ride across the base and on into the admin building. The morning is unseasonably nice, with the skies a clear blue, just a few wisps of cloud up there. Chancing a look back to the east, it's the same- you didn't know what you thought you'd see, but whatever it is, it isn't there. Oddly, though, no aircraft are flying- everything seems to be on the ground, and the base is unusually quiet. 1/2
>>39921122I still doubt we have a specific contingency for invading Germany for their orphan resources, though I'm pretty sure we have a scenario for invading them anyway so it wouldn't be too hard to add in "Take their orphans"
The admin building is fully staffed, and it doesn't take you long to find Admiral Nixon- Colonel Wilkins points you towards him, giving you a once over, but not saying anything. You suppose that's fair enough- you were awful close to ground zero, after all. Nixon is occupying Ice's office, his small traveling staff taking up the outer office and making your own limited squadron staff look distinctly out of place. The door to Ice's office stands open, though, and you can see Nixon in there, looking up at the TV. He looks down long enough to see you and motion you in, seeming to not notice Stasya, who's still on your shoulders.“Frank.” He says as you set your adopted daughter down and take a seat after saluting. “How ya feelin, son?” “Not bad, sir.” You answer. Physically, you feel fine. Sore in a few places- but that's not really important to the conversation, especially since you know why you're sore, and it's got nothing to do with flight.He nods. “Damn glad to hear it son. So what happened up there?”  I'm not really sure, sir.  Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.
>>39921187> I'm not really sure, sir.
>>39921187>[x] I'm not really sure, sir.
>>39921187> I'm not really sure, sir.Sure we got some official story from Wendy but I think there's still something to it.>>39921178Oh you crazy britannians.
>>39921187> I'm not really sure, sir.Pretty sure it was a nuke though, and it blew up. Russians, they so crazy.
>>39921187>[X] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.
>>39921187>[x] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.It is what it is.
>>39921187>[x] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.Merlin said there were some unusual readings, guess we know what those were about.
>>39921187> Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.
>>39921187> Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.There isn't any possible way our missiles could have overridden the failsafes and initiated detonation. Besides, it's what I'd do if I was the crew of that swan.
>tfw Planefag's thread title
>>39921187>[X] I'm not really sure, sir.Whatever it was, it wasn't secured very well.
>>39921187>[X]Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.
>>39921187[x] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.
>>39921187> I'm not really sure, sir."At first i think they're trying to get me with nuke. But after i got the report about what happened.... not so sure anymore."
>>39921384>We are still stuck in the SWAT assault preview for Double KFaith in the cap'nTrust in the cap'n
>>39921303>tfw Planefag's thread titlemfw
>>39921187>[X] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir."Dunno if they hoped to achieve something in that place."
>>39921418I can't into IRC right now so I dunno if shit's already loose over there so...
Ok guys, tie vote. I'mma extend voting for a couple minutes and go nuke some frozen chimichangas and make a sandwich or something.
>>39921755HAHA TIME TO NUKE PLANEFAG
>>39921187>[x] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir.
>>39921773>NUKE PLANEFAGwouldn't that just prove him right with his accusations of cancer?
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>39921755Should just flip coin be easier.... > I'm not really sure> Crazy bastards
>>39921755>go nuke some frozen chimichangas and make a sandwich or something.A chimichanga sandwich? Gods that's a great idea.
>>39921800Only if he survived long enough to get the cancer.
>>39921755The fuck is Chimichanga...>wikipediaOh, that sounds good.
>>39921881All this chimichanga talk has got me thinking of Deadpool and Phoenix Wright... again.
Anybody else getting a burrito captcha streak?
>>39922177Testing ......nope, Sandwich here.
>>39922177Yep.And it keeps giving me Enchiladas instead.
>>39922177I just got fucking pizza.
>>39922177Burritos and cake here.
>>39922244>>39922253>>39922236>>39922213THE CURSE BEGINS ANEW
Ok, vote called, food made, update writing. sorry about hte lag time guys
>>39922308It never ended for me...The ride never ends...
>>39922460>Oh lemme just shitpost on /tg/ while waiting for lunch>five posts later>DAMMIT CAPTCHA I'M TRYING TO CONTAIN MY HUNGER HERE. STOP ASKING ABOUT PIZZA
>>39922515Congrats on the pizza
So, we fucked Ice the bondage lover first, then we deflowered Slider the virgin. Tonight is Katya the shameless.Why do I think that if Konstantina were to show up today and get added to the harem that she'd watch Katya (and discover her own kink as a voyeur)?
>>39922618>Inb4 it's natural for Academy witches to be voyeurs
[x] Crazy bastards decided to detonate their weapon after I shot them down. I think they were trying to take us with them, sir. “Crazy bastards decided to light theirs off when they were going down, sir. I think they were trying to take us with them.” You say, trying to keep the snarl out of your voice. Nixon looks at you for a moment, then nods. “It's possible, son. For what it's worth, it probably wasn't meant to kill you, we think it was meant to sever the road and rail link between Belaru- I mean, Poland, and the Soviet border.” You nod- Wendy had told you as much. “But that doesn't mean I don't agree, son. Hell, it makes sense. There was no way they were going to be able to complete their mission anyway, might as well take a stab at killing soviet enemy number one.” He says. “But I don't think I need to tell you what this has done with the higher-ups.”“Chaos?” You venture. He nods. “Exactly. The Germans and Poles are screaming that we can't trust the soviets and need to wipe them out- now, before they can do something really crazy like pull warheads from Megalith. The UNDF wants to go in with a hand-picked team and disable Megalith preemptively. Then there's this-” 1/2
He turns up the TV again, with the BBC droning in the background. On screen, you see Putin, flanked by that blonde witch- what was her name? Sofiya? Something like that- and a man you don't recognize- with translated text on the bottom. You watch for a second before Admiral Nixon mutes it again. “It's a replay.” He says. “Your friend Putin, there, has come forward and declared the entire soviet leadership criminally insane. The USSR is tearing apart in a civil war right now, his guys versus the loyalists.” “Sounds like it'll be messy, sir.” You venture. He nods again. “Damn right it will be, son. The question is, do we get involved. Uncle Joe's already proven he's not scared to do things we thought nobody would ever do to other people. Imagine what would have happened if he'd dropped those bombs on the armored units.” He shudders for effect. “Plus,” He says, looking back down at you. “I hear things about another VDNI witch?” He asks.  Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.  Her name is Anya, we don't know much else, sir.
>>39922708> Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though."Stasya, Greet Admiral Nixon."
>>39922708> Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.
>>39922708 Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.
>>39922708>[X] Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.Maybe we can get her to talk to other people more.
>>39922708>[X] Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.
>>39922708>[x] Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.
>>39922618Mite be cool
>>39922708> Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though. Say hello to uncle Nixy, sweetheart!>First things first, the world's great shape. We got a civil war in Russia...HAHA IT'S MODERN WARFARE ALL OVER AGAINPRICE AND SOAP SOON
>>39922708>[x] Yes sir. Her name is Anya, she's apparently from the same program as Stasya and Lilya. They might be able to fill you in a bit more, though. >Putin leading the rebelion.So when do we get re-based to megalith to assist Putin?
>>39922708>[x] Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.>Your friend Putin, there, has come forward and declared the entire soviet leadership criminally insane. The USSR is tearing apart in a civil war right now, his guys versus the loyalists.Excellent.
>>39922708>[X] Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.This is above our head, so let's pass it up.
>>39922708>and a man you don't recognizeVDV General form Vladivostok?
>>39922658>disable Megalith preemptively... isn't Stalin said to be setting up for the 2nd Invasion?>>39922708 Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though.
>>39922780Feelthy I'm starting to think that you're just really, really tsundere for Katya. Nothing else explains why you go to such lengths to wave your supposed hateboner for her whenever she's mentioned.
You know, a thought occurred to me. When's the last time anyone looked at the Belt or Jupiter for activity? I think the reason Mars has been silent is that the Martians left for fresh pastures.
>>39923219I think the astronomers are too fixated on Mars itself to keep an eye out elsewhere.
>>39923219People have said that before, but since we haven't been able to voice our concerns in character nothing is going to happen bout it.
>>39923219They did leave for fresh pastures: earth.
>>39923219>Martian colonies in the asteroid belt>Filled with Ultranationalistic Martians whose ancestors were han- well, Tentacle-picked for their loyalty so there wouldn't be any rebellions in the colonies.>Hear the war effort against the earthlings is going badly>Redouble efforts and work overtime to support Glorious Martian Imperialism>Shit, it's getting worse>Transmissions from the motherland become more and more sporadic until they cease completely>Humans won the war, Mars is now dead.>Mourn and vow revenge>Help crazy earthling weaken the other countries on earth, slowly build giant coilgun sattelite to fire asteroids at the damned five fingered bastards>Back on Earth, Scientists notice an Asteroid is going to impact the planet.>They codename it Ulysses
>>39923475I WAS JUST A CHILD WHEN THE STARS FELL FROM THE SKIESBUT I REMEMBER WE SENT OUR FINEST KNIGHT TO FIGHT THEM OFFHE FAILED
>>39923475>>39923542>>MKAliez starts playinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xoqly3cifCs
>>39922708> Her name is Anya, we don't know much else, sir.
>>39923475>An elite team is assembled...
>>39923650Oh god no, deathflag Merc! DESUFURAGGUU!!
>>39923475<<Avoid the fire from the STN!>>
>>39923650>Will's PJ team, Frank and some random scientist intercept the asteroid armageddon style.>Someone is left behind>It's the scientist
>>39923692>>39923619>>39923475>www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZBoiW460nU>>39923720Oh no! Not Otacon!
[x] Yessir. Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more, though. You nod. “Yessir, though Stasya might be able to fill you in a bit more.” She, of course, doesn't say anything, instead looking up at you. You smile down at her. “You can trust the Admiral, Stasya. If it weren't for him, I wouldn't still be here.” Nixon shrugs. “You'd probably still be hospitalized at pearl. But let's not dwell on that son. Bad voodoo, you hear?” He looks at Stasya. “So you're Stasya Bishop?” She nods. He gives her a grandfatherly smile. “I've heard a lot about you. We met once, in France, remember?” She nods again. “Well, miss Bishop, I can't order you to do anything.” He says, the smile still on his face. “I'm sure if I did, your dad would have some harsh words for me. But I'd like to hear about this Anya, if you could tell me. “It's quiet in the room for a minute- you think Stasya's going to sit there without answering- but, just as you're about to say something, she starts talking.“She was older than us.” She says, her voice quiet. She's still not sure about talking to other people, it seems like. “We're not sure where she was from, but she fought at first.” Nixon looks over at you, and you shrug- this is the first you've heard of this too. “How did she fight, do you know?” He asked. Stasya scoots a bit closer to you, and you wrap a protective arm around her shoulder. “She refused to train with them, at first. She said they'd kidnapped us all, that what they were doing was evil and wrong.”1/2
“What did they do to her?” Nixon asks. Stasya shakes her head. “I don't know. We only heard her screaming. We weren't allowed to know what happened to her, but she changed quickly. When she was reintroduced to us, she decided that we three were family, and she was our big sister.” “Hmm.” Nixon says, then nods. “That's enough, miss Bishop, thank you very much.” “So is that it?” You ask. He shakes his head. “Not quite, son. You know they want to see you in Berlin, right?” You nod. “Yessir, Ice told me.” “Good. I haven't got the report on your fighter yet, let's go see about that, then we can get you on a train for Berlin.”  Yessir.  Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.
>>39923797> Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.
>>39923797> Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.First thing first.
>>39923797>[x] Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.It was about the plane anyway so we might as well get it from her.
>>39923797>[X] Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.
>>39923797>[X] Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.Check on Merlin, make sure she is not lewding Kenji or the Wyvern.
>>39923797> Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.I want to make sure my bird didn't gain any super powers from the radiation - or cancer.
>>39923847No, no, Merlin is taking lessons from Wyvern nee-sama, remember?
>>39923797 Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.
>>39923847It's too late. We could have stopped it. It's all our fault.
>>39923542>HE FAILED>Colony Martians (Henceforth called Ze'eon) miscalculated and will take years to rebuild the Coilgun>Meanwhile, the Impact semds the nations of Earth reeling, Europe disintegrates into a thousand small countries, The Americas mostly come out intact, but Borders are shuffled around in the aftermath>Sydney is wiped off the map.>Fast forward 15 years, Spellcaster survived and is now a PMC, with all the best equipments amd contracts with the Neo UN>Frank still regrets he couldn't stop the Ulysses disaster>One day, Frank receives a manilla folder, encased within are various trajectories, calculations, blueprints amd a single handwritten letter, all it says is>Want another shot?
>>39923872Merlin is older than the Wyvern. That makes her Merlin-oneechan.
>>39923797>[x] Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.
>>39923929So uh, does he get the sweet Quattro glasses?>>39923970When the younger sister is lewder, you know there's trouble...
>>39924041Younger sister is always lewder.
>>39924041>>39924135Wyvern-chan cannot help it! Not when Fronk AND Merlin are jacked into her at the same time!
First off, here's the full resolution. Sorry, but it's jpg. Can't fit a 5000 pixel image into 4mb otherwise. Sadly since I'm currently slowly dying to finals (Why the fuck did they schedule one for 8am tomorrow), I didn't have time to actually finish the Slider la Slider OP. I have yet to draw in the debris from the Nosterafu she's blowing up, or work on her Strikers more, or add more to the background. I managed to get a few F-22's, the Pak-50, and the Dreadnaut in the back being blown up by Frank and Merlin in the Wyvern (Tesla cannon) done, but there was supposed to be other stuff as well.>>39919617Not sure if you're shitposting but I've been drawing her wearing Senketsu for a while now. I'm writing up lorefaggotry to go with it too, I guess. I'll probably pastebin that with the character reference sheet I'm working on for her. As for why? Because I can.
>>39924183>I forgot the imageKill la Kill me.
>>39924183>Because I can.Damn you are.
>>39924175>>39924135Pls no lewd the wyvern nee-san
>>39924219But ghost already killed ya last week remember???
>>39924219Gladly, Halley. Hold still... wait, what do you mean there's a bloody line?>>39924221It's Wyvern-imouto, now Wyvern-nee. Tomcat would be the anego.
>>39924221I prefer lewding Psychomoto anyway...
>>39924330>Tomcat-anekihm....>>39924347DO ITI DARE YOU, I DOUBLE DARE YOU MANGAFAGGA>cwutididthar
>>39924347but y u no IRC tho
>>39924347You already did Psychomoto, Mangafag.And by that I meant you drew that LEEEWD doujin of her riding Fronk in Wyvern-imouto.
>>39924552After Haley make that particular pic, somehow i want to make another one.
>>39924552Uhh, I missed THAT. Link?
>>39924610>>39924632Halley drew that.
Its too bad we couldn't save Anya. It sounds like she had it even worse than Stasya and Lilya.
>>39924686I'm willing to bet she'll show up again.
>>39924686Nah, Anya will pull a Four Murasame, calling it nowEither that or a Rosamia Badam
>>39924610Sorry, Anon, don't have my copy of it with me right now. It's on my desktop back home, and I will only be back there on Friday at the earliest. I'll rummage for it during the weekend and post it on Ghost's next thread... or you can bother Mangafag for a copy, but that might be rude.
>>39924755>>39924686>I'm going to save everyone!
[x] Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.“Well, sir, I was supposed to go see my RIO.” You say. “Probably about that.” He pauses, then nods. “Probably. You think they don't have one ready yet?” You shrug. “Well, sir, I'm not sure, but unless they were up all night just doing diagnostics, they probably won't even have preliminary damage for you, other than what was in my debreif paperwork.” “Makes sense. Alright son, go get that taken care of, I'll get a copy from your boss.” He says, turning up the TV again. “And do me a favor, if you see Matron Longstreet, you mind sending her up here?”“She's here?” You ask. He nods. “Yeah, I tapped her as my staff witch. O'hare's got Annapolis now. Anyway, son, that's it, if you need me, I'll be here.” “Aye, sir.” You say, standing up. Stasya bounces to her feet almost immediately. “Don't rush it for my sake, son.” He says, laughing. “I'll be here a while, have to talk with Commander Laroux.” “She's here too?” You ask again, stopping at the door.He nods. “She's on the way, anyway, with her team. I need boots on the ground. Now go see your RIO.” “Aye, sir.” You say, shutting the door behind you and heading out of admin- you get more than a few glances your way from Nixon's staff on the way out, but none of them say anything. The walk to the hangar isn't bad- it's warming up some, and you can hear the crews working on aircraft out on the apron, most of the fleet needing maintenance and repair after yesterday. Inside your hangar, it's the same story- one of your wyvern's massive turbine engines is being removed from it's bay, while a replacement sits nearby, still covered in it's protective shipping container. 1/2
Your crew chief sees you first, and wipes his hands off on his pants before saluting. You return it, looking up at the overhead crane. “That bad?” You ask. “Wha- oh.” He shakes his head. “Naw. Well, kinda. They were nearing the end of their lifespan anyway, the real high performance ones like that are only good for a couple hundred hours, less with mil power like you run 'em in. We're sending those back to pratt and we're putting in the replacements. Plus you ingested a buncha small debris when you were outrunning that shockwave.” “What else needs replaced?” You ask. He laughs. “Just about damn near everything, sir. Just about everything but the flight computers are toast. The computers seem to check out, Lieutenant Wells is up there right now plugged in, giving them a once-over.” You look up- you can just barely make out Merlin's helmeted head, down in the cockpit. “How long she been up there?” You ask. He shrugs. “Bout, what? Ten-fifteen minutes, I guess. Want me to get her down?”  Yeah, get her down here, she needed to talk to me.  Nah, I'll just go up there.
>>39925048> Nah, I'll just go up there.SURPRISE!>>39924999Frank as GARcher doesn't have enough snark though.
>>39925048> Nah, I'll just go up there.
>>39925048[X] Nah, I'll just go up there.
>>39925048>[x] Yeah, get her down here, she needed to talk to me.
>>39925048> Nah, I'll just go up there.Captcha, that's a flowerpot, no ice cream.
>>39925048> Yeah, get her down here, she needed to talk to me. >O'hare's got Annapolis now.happy fucking day
>>39925048> Nah, I'll just go up there.hey, watcha doin?
>>39925048>Nah, I'll just go up there.Bonus points if we say hi by plugging in too
>>39925048>[X] Nah, I'll just go up there.>>39924999FUCK YOU, UBW!SHIROU! FUCK YOU SIDEWAYS WITH A RUSTY SHOVEL! F/SN!SHIROU WOULDN'T HAVE SACRIFICED SABER WITHOUT A SECOND THOUGHT LIKE SHE WAS A FUCKING USELESS PAWN- WHICH SHE WAS TO YOU! JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE WORTHLESS DOESN'T MEAN YOUR FRIENDS AND ALLIES ARE ALSO WORTH NOTHING, FIT ONLY TO BE USED AS FODDER! FUCK YOU!
>>39925048 Nah, I'll just go up there.
>>39925048>[x] Nah, I'll just go up there.>O'hare's got Annapolis now.Huh, that's a bit of good news.
>>39925048> Nah, I'll just go up there.lets do this.
Shit, we forgot to ask Nixon for a raise. So many Witches to support, so little cash.
>>39925048> Nah, I'll just go up there.Also, my previous Kimiko lewd.
>>39925193soon, the infection will spread and GhostDiva will run shipsluts as well.
>>39925167>typical saberfag's reaction to best route.doc
>>39925260i know how we get a bunch of money after the war we just start an avionics business with Merlin back in the states
>>39925260Two words:>Hazard PayAlso:>Fronk merchandiseAnd>Witch benefits
>>39925294Slider as a shipgirl feels funny.
>>39925048[x] Nah, I'll just go up there.stealth mode. how much stuff can we stack on merlin before she notices us?
>>39925327She'll be a very large snake.
>>39924610Based Mangafag >>39925272>>39925306Anon, I'm a Rinfag. And let me tell you that when a man thinks he's worthless and thus expendable, and then expands that thinking to cover his allies and friends, and sacrifices those allies and friends in the space of a heartbeat... twisted/distorted/fucked-up does not begin to cover UBW!Shirou's issues.But I digress. Back to Fronk.
>>39925388WE'RE SINKING THE ABYSSALS WITH NO SURVIVORS!>But they're already undead, admiral!SHUT UP I DON'T CARE
>>39925327>Slider as a shipgirl feels funny.she's already Navy. They're all already Navy. It is the next step.
>>39925272BASED MANGAFAG!Cheer mate!
>>39925411Good thing Saber is just as bad, considering all it takes is Shirou teasing her a bit and she lops his head off without thinking the moment Kotomine offers her the grail.
>>39925377>hits the Aurora, again
>>39925272Awww, What could have been...
>>39925530different anon but it reading shit like that keeps me on the fence from watching that show and the other seasons of it.
Also, anyone who follow ACQ may look forward for some tight surprise.Hopefully Mudhen can get some time too for drawing.
>>39925496Why did they even drag Kirk along with them when they escaped Sand Island?Where does a dog sit in a trainer jet?
>>39925651YESTHIS PLEASES BELKAMAGICAL GROUNDPOUNDER WARTHOG-HIME, JA?
>>39925676That was already doneCheck the archives
>>39925647>Watching Fate/Stay NightAll you need to watch is the movies and read the Light Novel, dude.The anime really isn't that good, and the other animes aren't as fun if you don't have some familiarity with the Nasuverse.
>>39925807What? I thought those were just rough sketches?
>>39925676No, something tight to wear when piloting.
>>39925836.. OH SHIT
>>39919289>Strikers '89 Quest- Extra helpingYou use the last threads pt 2 subject line for this one boss?
>>39925833>F/SN>Light novel I take it you mean the VN.
>>39925530Different anon here, I am so glad I never got into this series. Why is it so damn popular?
[x] Nah, I'll just go up there. You shake your head and indicate the rolling stairs next to the fighter. “Nah, I'll just go up there.” You say, starting towards it. The chief nods. “Sure thing. You may need to knock on her helmet, she kinda zones out up there.” He says. “It's either that or get on one of the radios down here and get her attention that way.” You nod, starting up the ladder- Stasya follows you up, looking down into the front seat when you reach the top. Pausing for a second, you make sure the VDNI uplink is disabled with the manual toggle, then pick her up and set her down in your ejection seat- she can barely see over the instrument panel. She looks around a bit, then looks up at you. Meanwhile, you move back alongside the rear part of the cockpit. Merlin hasn't noticed you yet, her head down, looking at a clipboard that's set on her lap. “Heya kiddo.” You greet- she doesn't look up. You rap your knuckles on her helmet a couple times gently- that gets her attention. She looks up with an odd swiveling motion- getting used to the VDNI cable embedded in her helmet, you guess, and distantly wonder if you do the same thing, now. “Frank!” She says, though she doesn't try to get out of the cockpit. Instead, she motions for you to lean closer, then hugs you. “I didn't know you were here!” You nod, looking back down the length of your fighter. “So what's the damage?” “It's not as bad as I was afraid it was going to be.” She says. “There's a lot of damage, especially on our external systems, a lot of the sensors are gone, and the tailbooms are fried, we'll have to get them replaced.” She shrugs. “I was going to replace them anyway, we don't need a lot of those sensors anyway.”  So how soon are we combat ready again? What were you going to replace them with?
>>39925914> What were you going to replace them with?
>>39925888Indeed I meant Visual Novel.though Fate/Zero does have a light novel, and Ironically, is the one with an anime worth watching.Also, Fate/Apocrypha.
>>39925836Aw shit nigga
>>39925914>[X] What were you going to replace them with?Is it lasers? Please be lasers.
>>39925873Shit. that was my bad, Google autofill strikes again.
>>39925914> What were you going to replace them with?Anaheim Electronics parts, anyone?
>>39925914> What were you going to replace them with?More toys!
>>39925914> What were you going to replace them with?that file name is great.
>>39925914> What were you going to replace them with?shop talk!
>>39925914>[x] What were you going to replace them with?then>[x] So how soon are we combat ready again?
>>39925914>[X] What were you going to replace them with?
>>39925914> What were you going to replace them with?Mini-Excalibur SOON
>>39925647Fate Stay/Night is a Visual Novel with 3 routes, 5 endings between them and like low 40s bad endings. That spoiler is from a bad end.The old anime from DEEN is the first route with shit from the other routes slapdashed into it badly. It's shit.The DEEN UBW movie is the second route chopped to pieces to fit into 2 hours. Even further beyond, Super Shit 3.Fate Zero was a prequel novel that got adapted into the ufotable anime. Bretty gudNew UBW anime is by the guys that did the Fate Zero anime. It's got some new stuff mixed in but the medium means you do miss out on some of the internal shit from Shirou's perspective.Shirou is just as fucked in the head in Fate as he is in UBW, he just gets away with it because Fate is the more happy fantasy route where shit doesn't hit the fan as much and him and Saber pull each other through it. UBW is where shit gets real and his survivor's guilt,no sense of self, saving people is the only thing that matters mindset really gets challenged.
>>39925914>[x] What were you going to replace them with?Fuck captcha
>>39925939F/Z is up and fully translated at baka-tsuki. Had assumed that translators shelved it.
>>39926056And Heaven's Feel is RAPERAPERAPERAPEWORMSRAPERAPERAPEMINDOFSTEELRAPERAPERAPE
>>39926056god damn thats complicated as fucki think im gonna pass on it not because its "shit gets real" but because it looks to get into complicated as hell
>>39926184A tender love triangle between a boy, a girl, and the girl's grandfather's magic power endowing dick worms.
>>39926224>>39926184>>39926205Which is why we stick to the superior series which is Carnival Phantasm
>>39926236what a refined taste you have, anon.
>>39926277Anime!Saber Nero is superior. Too bad she only cameo'd.
>>39926236Anon, you are wise beyond your years. I bow to your superior taste.
>>39926321Yes, praise your Emperor more.
>>39926448What I like about Nero is that she's playful but she can get deadly when she's serious.
>>39925530>Saber >BadFIGHT ME ONE V ONE.
>>39926620Not that anon, but we all know Nero is better, hal.
>>39926620>>39926652Yes, this pleases me.
[x] What were you going to replace them with?“So what were you going to replace them with?” You ask, noting that she covers her clipboard rather quickly, leaning over it. “Well, uh.” She says, hurriedly. “There's a couple things I could do. If it's ok with you.”You nod, and motion for her to continue, while shifting to get a better look at her clipboard- looks like a regular checklist with some doodles and a paragraph or three written on the margins. Merlin, you note, has tiny, precise handwriting. She moves the clipboard off to her other side. “Well, I could have them install an antimissile system.” She says. “It's really experimental, they're designed for strikers. They don't have much range, but the focusing crystals we could use on the jet would be two or three times as big as the ones they can get on strikers. It'd protect us against almost any missile, and it'd even make a good short range weapon against witches.” “So what's the catch?” You ask. “I can't generate a shield with it active.” She says. “And it takes a minute or two to switch between the two. But with it we can shoot down even the big SAMs if we need to, and it's got enough range that we can protect witches or fighters close to us.” “So what's the other options?”1/2
>>39926620Sabers are sluts and whoresCasters a best
>>39926652>>39926700>>39926727Whore of Babylon pls go.
>>39926735Casters are also usually some form of batshit.
“Well, we can reinstall the sensors, or use the space to install additional ECM equipment. Or we can put in something else I've been working on...” She pauses, pulling up the clipboard and leafing through the pages till she finds the one she's after and holds it up. “I can install this.” She says. You narrow your eyes- the page is a mess of magical formulas, technical drawings, and a lot of things that fly way over your head. “So the martians never did have the same weapons as us.” She says. “Their rocket technology was better than ours, and we still haven't gotten masers quite right without a witch.” “So what's this?” you ask. “Well, it's.” She pauses. “Have you ever seen Macross?” You shake your head. “Ok, it's like the ADMM system they built for us, remember that?” This time you nod. “Buncha little missiles?” She nods. “Mhmm. This would be a built in version of that. Only enough room for one salvo, and it would only be about three quarters as big as a ADMM salvo, but it's still a lot of extra firepower.” She pulls the clipboard back down, the looks up at you. “So what do you think we should do, Frank?”  Install the AMS Install additional ECM and countermeasures Reinstall the Sensor packs Install the one shot ADMM
>>39926620Blue a shit. Emperor best way all the way.
>>39926773>[X] Install the AMSI'm satisfied with our current number of missiles and we'll need better defenses with all the death flags we've been raising.
>>39926773 Install additional ECM and countermeasures
[x] Install the AMSI guess this is the best choice? Wouldn't be unhappy with missiles though.She said sensors would be a bad idea so....
>>39926773> Install additional ECM and countermeasures
>>39926773> Install the one shot ADMMMissile Massacre pls
>>39926773First how much degradetion of sensor capability will this package cost
>>39926773> Install the one shot ADMMFUND IT FUND IT FUND IT FUND ITNext time we have to function as a 1v30 strategic weapon we don't need a coma.
>>39926773> Install the AMSItano Circus is fine and all, though.Maybe Merlin can turn it into some kind of Valkyrie FAST pack add-on?
>>39926773> Reinstall the Sensor packsi would rather know whats coming at us.
>>39926773>[x] Install additional ECM and countermeasuresWe're a priority target, best install additional ECM units.
>>39926773>[X] Install the one shot ADMMAnya will never see this coming.
>>39926773>[x] Install additional ECM and countermeasures
>>39926773> Install the one shot ADMM
>>39926773>> Install additional ECM and countermeasures
>>39926773>[x] Install the AMSWhile I don't like that the trade off is no shields, I'd rather have something to counter S-300's and the fact that we can cover other fighters or witches with it is a plus. As for the missiles, we can already carry a shit load if we need to.
>>39926779Fuck you, blue a best. Aoko >= Touko
>>39926999That question makes no sense.>>39926992Problem is we can't switch between it, it taking a minute or two to swap between shields or AMS is just downright retarded. It means we can only use one or the other for an entire fight and need to choose before hand, and once we're in a fight, we can't change it.
>>39926773[X] Install the AMSAnti-Missile tech is going to be more useful than loads of missiles. Besides when are we going to be so outnumbered that we need it?
>>39926773Install the ADMM
>>39926728>And it takes a minute or two to switch between the twoU wot m8?How the fuck does it take that long to change over between the two? All you do is flip a swith and reroute the flow of energy to them. How the hell does that take "a minute or two"?
>>39926773> Install the AMSThat cooldown between swapping is downright stupid, hopefully they'll reduce it a bunch before we need it.
>>39927055True and shields have saved us several times.>>39927114>And it takes a minute or two to switch between the two. How about you read the fucking post?
>>39927114Read:>>39926728Merlin CLEARLY states that it takes a minute+ to switch between shields and AMS
>>39926773>How much sensor degradation will removing the sensor packs cause
>>39926773> Install additional ECM and countermeasuresAnything that only has one shot really isn't worth it.Also, Merlin you are such a nerd.
>>39927238Come on man, if you had the abilities and the funds, wouldn't you want to make your own Itano Circus setup IRL?
>>39927154>How about you read the fucking post?Did you even read mine? Because I sure as fuck read Ghosts, and your reply to mine doesn't even address mine.
>>39927154>>39927178He says that in his post you idiots, he's asking why it and how it takes that long.
>>39927154>>39927178You guys need to learn to read...
>>39927374>>39927401Well I'm a jackass. Sorry about that misunderstood what you were asking.
>>39927326>abilities and the fundsThere's the hitch. There are a million different ways to shoot down even super-maneuverable planes that would take a fraction of the cost of a missile massacre with the same efficacy. And would be good for MORE than a single shot.It's just pointlessly flashy and wasteful for air-to-air combat.
>>39927556Except when we can launch it at a cloud of incoming fighters. Not like we've bumped into those before. It's also a good big red button we can hover our finger over next time we 1v1 a super ace.>Nope. Fuck this. I like my soul unburnt out. Enjoy a homing wall of fuck.
>>39927622that's what the tesla cannon is for, you can't dodge a particle beam moving at .99c
[x] Install additional ECM and countermeasuresYou think it over for a second, then shake your head. “As much as I trust you, I think we should just go with the additional ECM capability.” You say. “The AMS sounds great, but if we can act like a prowler, that'd be just as useful, in a way.” She nods. “Kind of. Well, we'd be about even up with a prowler, I'm really good with electronics. Ok, Frank. We'll do that!” She turns back to her clipboard, then hides it again. “So what's on the clipboard?” You ask, trying to look past her. She blushes and squeaks. “NOTHING!” She says. You lean back, grinning. “Uh huh. Was it for Kenji?” You didn't think it was possible for her to blush harder- you're wrong. “No! It's not for kenji.” “Oho! You playin the poor boy?” You ask. “No! Fraaaaaaank! Stop teasing me!” She whines, protesting. You laugh. “Ok, ok. So how long till we can fly again?” She takes a second to calm down. “A couple days.” She says, still a little red around the cheeks. “We'll have to replace a lot of the systems anyway, plus the overhaul with the turbines and repair of the damage on the rear.” You nod, reaching down to collect Stasya and lift her out of the cockpit. “Ok. Ice told you I had to head west for a bit?” She nods. “Berlin, right?” “Yeah. Just a day or two, it sounded like.” “Who's going with you?” Stasya looks over at you too, an odd look in her eye. “I'd... like to go there, papa. Lilya might want to go too.”  I guess that answers that. We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.
>>39927795> We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.
>>39927795> I guess that answers that.Repressed memories ho!
>[x] I guess that answers that.Love the daughterus. They need it after that last battle. And also always.
>>39927699We shit then be bettwe learn russian and ask all the nice men to line up so we can get them all with one shot like we did in Berlin. Wait no. We had the tesla at Berlin and we ended up in a giant fucking furball as the only allied plane.Tesla is the death spell. We need a meteor. Boss fights can come in all shapes and sizes.
>>39927795>[X] I guess that answers that.Bring Katya along and make it a family trip.
>>39927795> We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.This is a good chance for them to stick with the mamas.
>>39927795> I guess that answers that.
>>39927795>[x] We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.
>>39927795> We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.Also, what was in the clipboard~?>>39927848>We need a meteorNot sure if this would suffice, but...>www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLe_0pXm6rA
>>39927795>[x] I guess that answers that.Can we bring one of our harem as support?
>>39927852It may be Katya's turn tonight but we already took her to Paris. It's Slider's turn for us to take her somewhere.
>>39927894I'm pretty sure she was drawing ice lewds
>>39927920>Frank's harem oh wow you are mistaken as to who owns this group. Like, I'd draw it up if I were sober, but Katya is the one running the show here mate.
>>39927934>Dat spoilerpls noShe's not lewd enough for that
>>39927926The girls need to get used to Katya though.
>>39927956You were saying?
>>39928000Every time I see that it just leads me back to this.
>>39928000>mfw I see that>www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xXFPyoy3Qg
>>39927942By "our harem" I meant "Harem we are a part of".
>[x] I guess that answers that.We definitely need to do some family bonding time with Katya and the daughters. The Berlin traumacoaster is definitely not the best time for that though.Also I completed the summary of the dream I had a couple threads ago. I had to pastebin it because it would otherwise take me 8 posts to lay it down here. I was going to post it when Ghost went to get food but decided to take the time and proofread instead. Hope you enjoy the tale of my insomnia fueled SWQ hallucinations.http://pastebin.com/vseCzZeV
>>39927795>[X] We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.
>>39927699I guess it's a .99c whopper.
>>39928113My fucking sides. This is awesome.
>>39928113its 12am where im at so you gave me the first laugh of the day so thanks.
How long until the Russians invade?
>>39928113>http://pastebin.com/vseCzZeVI want whatever you are having. Also don't teach lewds to the daughters!
>>39928113>http://pastebin.com/vseCzZeVThis calls for mr Freud.
>>3992811311/10, Starshadow.You know what, I'm going to try doing what you did and see if I can replicate your out-of-this-world dream experience. For Science. And Reasons.
>>39928113Dude, I think you should see the psych specialists, see what they can interpret from it.
[x] We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders. You nod, reaching down to pat her head- she frowns faintly as she's forced to readjust her beret. “We'll talk to Tabitha when we go back to get our travel orders.” You say, which seems to be good enough for her- she nods. “Ok, Merlin. We're headed back to the house. You'll be ok here?” You ask, looking back at her. “Mhmm.” She affirms, nodding. “I'll take care of everything here, don't worry.” She says. You take that as a dismissal- she turns back to her work, and Stasya takes your hand and kind of leads the way out- as insistant as she ever gets. “You want to see Berlin?” You ask, kind of curious. She hesitates before nodding. “Yes, Papa.” “Why?” You ask. “It's not like Paris or London, you know. Not as tourist friendly.” She scrunches up her face, thinking. “I don't know, papa. I just feel like I should. Is that bad? I'm sorry papa. You don't have to take me with you if you don't want to.”“Well, I don't know if I can.” You say. “But if I can, we can talk about it, ok?” She nods again. “Thank you papa.” The rest of the walk back is in silence- the base is waking up, and you can hear all the sounds of a modern military post, but neither you nor Stasya talk, comfortable to walk together in silence. It gives you time to think about how downright strange your situation is- and how strange it makes the girl's situation. At least you have the small comfort that Lilya seems to like Ice. “Welcome back, Frank, Stasya.” Ice says, as the two of you walk in the living room- she's in there with Lilya, watching what looks to be old episodes of Baa Baa Black Sheep. You sit down next to her. “So, about those travel orders.” You say, leaning over to kiss her cheek. “Hey Lilya. You and Ice doing ok?” Lilya nods. “Yes papa.” She says. “We've been watching TV. I never knew there were so many things to watch!” 1/2
You laugh, taking the travel slip from Ice. “Gotta watch it though, too much TV will rot your brain.” She looks at you, her eyes wide. “Really?” You laugh, and shake your head- they do take things too literally sometimes. “No, but it's not good for you. You should read some, I have a bunch of books if you want.” She looks at Stasya, and they both look back at you. “You can read for enjoyment?” You share a look with Ice- you know, for a fact, she does. “Of course. Not everything is technical manuals and briefings.” You say. “I've got some books you can read, Lilya.” Ice says. “They're kind of old, but they're good books.” The four of you sit there for a minute, Stasya taking up a place wedged half on your lap and half in the narrow space between you and the armrest. “Papa.” She says, after a minute. “Oh, right. Sorry. Ice, d'ya mind if Stasya comes with me to Berlin?” You ask. Lilya's head whips around at that, and you nod at her. “And Lilya too, if she wants.” Lilya nods. Ice gives you a glance that asks 'are you sure you know what you're doing?'- she knows the girl's potential history as well as you do. Assuming they are who everyone thinks they are. She shrugs. “If they want to come, sure. You'll have to share rooms, there's not that much space at the VOQ, even for the great hero, Frank Bishop.” She says, after a second. “I'll cut their travel papers, go help them pack.” You sigh and stand up as Stasya hops off her perch and starts tugging on your wrist. Ice smiles at you. “Have fun! Tell Katya I said hi when you get there!” The three of you pause and look back at Ice. If anything, her grin gets wider. For some reason, you feel like you just walked into a bear trap. It's not a pleasant feeling.
And that's it for the night! I'd kind of wanted to do all the things in this thread, but it would have rapidly gotten way too big for one thread regardless- I kept adding running notes, haha! Better to call it here and give the trip to Berlin it's own time. Anyway, no real other news for you guys. Suppose I'll see some of you in the next PJW and KCQ runs though!And of course, we'll be back next week at the regular time for the next run! Till then, gents, cheers!
>>39928695>“Have fun! Tell Katya I said hi when you get there!”Ice become conspirational with Katya.Poor Frank, nice knowing you.
>>39928722Thanks ghost!Also, you wouldn't mind if I post some writefagging yes?
>>39928746Not at all!Unless it's lewd Merlin, in which case, die of firecancer, thanks.
>>39928722thanks for running.
>>39928722I now know what to request for Larro next time. Thanks a lot Ghost!
>>39928765Oh, of course not!... Here goes then.*******“DRILL COMPLETE, DRILL COMPLETE. ALL HANDS APART FROM FLIGHT DECK PERSONNEL STAND DOWN FROM GENERAL QUARTERS...” The intercom was still blaring the stand down order as the last Shinden II slowly taxied its way to the fore of the superstructure—the only part of the deck that wasn’t crowded by the F-14’s. Yellowshirts and greenshirts were still scurrying about, assisting disembarking pilots on one side, helping witches out of their strikers on the other. Plane handlers gave the landed planes a look over for possible structural problems before they go belowdecks. It was, overall, a very hectic scene post-drill, nothing out of ordinary for the crew of the CVN-99 Asuka II. http://statici.behindthevoiceactors.com/behindthevoiceactors/_img/chars/char_57542.jpgLieutenant-Commander Makoto Tsukishiro straightened her service jacket as she rose from her seat on the bridge. She was a symbol of immaculate uniform protocol as usual; her dress pants showed no sign of creasing even after an extended sitting period, her service jacket was spotless, her hair neatly tied in a bun under her command ball cap. She took out and briefly glanced at her pocket watch. “Three minutes faster than our previous record, sir.” She gestures to the air officer, who hands her a clipboard. Scanning over it, she adds, “I daresay our deployment times for case 3 launches have been cut in half.”
>>39928695>“Have fun! Tell Katya I said hi when you get there!” Haha>The three of you pause and look back at Ice. If anything, her grin gets wider. HAHAHA!>>39928722Good run as always Ghost!
>>39928781Rear Admiral Kazuhiko Aikawa regarded the situation, sighing as he stood up from the skipper’s seat. He was not the image of a typical admiral, however. His bushy hair needed combing, his tunic’s upper buttons were undone, and his pants looked like they had not been washed for a month. Add that to the fact that he looked way older than his age, and he could be mistaken for a character from that western sitcom they called ‘Dad’s Army,’ instead of an actual rear admiral in His Imperial Majesty’s Navy. Fixing his command ball cap on, he muttered, “Quite true, quite true.” Then he gave a low, mirthful chuckle, catching the attention of his executive officer. “Still, record times for deployment won’t mean much if our witches don’t focus on keeping their recovery times short.” He glanced over to Tsukishiro, her back turned to the admiral; her ears visibly reddened, clearly showing her embarrassment for making a hasty judgment, a rare thing with an otherwise experienced young lady. “Indeed, sir. That must be looked into,” Makoto finally replied, clearing her throat. Aikawa chuckled to himself at the gesture, obviously entertained by the rare chance to catch the disciplined Four-Eyed Demon of Chiba off-guard. Fixing her glasses, Makoto added, “I will personally handle the inquiry and have the offending parties—”
>>39928794“That won’t be necessary, Lieutenant-Commander Tsukishiro,” came the abrupt reply from Aikawa, more forcefully than normal. The admiral paused, noticing that now every eye on the rather spacey bridge was focused on him. Putting on a more relaxed tone, he said, “I’ll be the one to take care of that. Have the wing leader and her new witches report to my stateroom for debriefing. I’ll leave the flattop in your able hands for now.” As he makes his way to the hatch, he realized he forgot something, and adds, “Attention, Commander Tsukishiro has the deck and conn,” before heading out. Makoto began to protest. “Rear Admiral, that’s not—” Turning to see that the admiral has already left, she shook her head before stating, “Attention everyone, this is Commander Tsukishiro, I have the deck and the conn.” Makoto sighed—for someone who has been an admiral for more than a year, ‘Crimson Lightning’ Aikawa was still gleefully ignoring flag officer protocol and etiquette. Fixing her hair bun, she whispered to herself, “Seriously, Admiral Aikawa…”
>>39928810THE RED-HAIRED WITCH slightly unzipped her heavily worn flight jacket as she led her little party through the passageway leading to the admiral’s stateroom. Her flight goggles were lazily slung on her neck, partly obscuring the scarlet collar she was also wearing. She didn’t even bother to fix her frazzled, hip-length hair. She felt rather annoyed at the sudden summons, and she made her dissatisfaction apparent to anyone within hearing distance. “Man, and I was getting ready to take a bath even! What could the old geezer want now?” Lieutenant-Commander Kurumi Tamaki emphasized her point by brandishing her towel in the air. “I’ll give him a piece of my mind once I get a chance…” “The admiral sounds like a boring old man, Commander Tamaki,” Ensign Mitsuki Ichimonji opined, acting indifferent to her superior officer’s gripes. She tugged at her uniform—a standard-issue white shirt with its sleeves removed by Ichimonji herself, a matching black tie, and a skimpy red skirt—in a lazy attempt of fixing herself up. She didn’t try to fix her hip-length silver-white hair, however. Placing her arms behind her head, she added, “Maybe we can just slip off to the galley while he’s giving us a debriefing. What do you think, Nana?” For her part, Ensign Nanami Kaede merely looked blankly at her companion, then to their still ranting wing commander, before wordlessly going back to poring over her personal copy of ‘Anne of the Island’. Her attire—a white shirt with the sleeves intact, a ribbon with a red gem as a centerpiece, and a purplish skirt—would feel out of place in a fighting ship if it wasn’t for the “4th Experimental Operations and Evaluation Flotilla” and “Seabats Air Wing” patches on the sleeves. Her hip-length white hair was also very well-kempt, belying the fact that she just came from a launch and recovery drill that lasted for hours.
>>39928695>“Have fun! Tell Katya I said hi when you get there!”I feel like there should be a "Just as Planned" label under here.
>>39928827“You’re being no fun again, Nana,” Mitsuki exclaimed, exasperated. Seeing no other recourse, she turned to Tamaki. “Commander, are we there yet? My legs are going numb…” Tamaki snapped out of her tirade at the question and, in a rather matter-of-fact tone, pointed out, “Yeah, yeah, we’re here… second hatch to the right.” Leading her younger charges in, she instantly espied the admiral at his desk, working on what appeared to be a Zeon capital ship… again. “Geez, I bet you already have a full fleet of those toys, old man…” the redhead witch whined, shaking her head. “Good, you’re here. Ensign… Kaede, was it? Please dog down the hatch,” Aikawa replied without looking up. He was putting the finishing touches on the ship’s superstructure, making the minutest movements to make sure he doesn’t break anything. He triumphantly looked up to the three witches, only to see an unamused Tamaki, her crimson eyes ablaze, her arms crossed and the expression ‘Are you fucking kidding me right now’ written clearly on her face. With a bemused tone, the admiral exclaimed, “Ara, ara…” “Don’t ARA ARA me, you senile seadog,” Tamaki snapped, visibly annoyed. “You call us in, fresh off a damned drill that, I may add, is JUST THE SAME DAMN ROUTINE FOR THE PAST THREE WEEKS, and me, expecting to get something important done because it’s a debrief from the admiral himself, goes here straight away with my newest witches as ordered. And then THIS IS WHAT I GET?!” putting a palm on her forehead, she exclaimed, “Come on girls, this farce is over…”
>>39928833“That kind of impatience will get you killed, Commander Tamaki,” Aikawa stated, his tone suddenly serious and foreboding. All three witches actually snapped to attention at that. “If I wanted to play around I’d do it with more elaborate methods, see. Also, this isn’t a toy, this is a model kit.” Tamaki didn’t respond. Taking this as his cue, the admiral continued. “I’ve been observing your wing’s performance for the past three weeks since these two girls arrived and, to be honest, there have been some… discrepancies.” Shuffling through a folder, he added, “The steelwings under your command seem to be doing just fine, but your witches’ recovery times have been suffering from extended periods in the air.” Aikawa tapped the folder with the back of his palm before continuing. “I think I already know the cause for this, but I’ll hold off until you can explain your side.” Feeling resigned to her fate, Tamaki began, “To be honest, my wing’s feeling very, very restless. It’s not just the witches; even my steelwing pilots are getting impatient.” She sighed, before adding, “It’s been a month since the push into Korea, old man. My boys and girls are itching for a fight. We’ve been put into this ‘strategic evaluation reserve’ for far too long. We’ve taken the time for drill sorties to do gunnery and maneuvers practice without permission, but only with select groups at a time.” She puffed with smug almost imperceptibly, but only the yawning Ichimonji didn’t notice. “I planned the setup myself so that the steelwings wouldn’t be under suspicion! My witches would have gotten away with the arrangement too…” Another pause. “If only the others would cooperate…”
>>39928849Aikawa took every word in, carefully weighing his response. After what almost amounted to minutes, he finally spoke. “For the record, I’ll have to punish the entire air wing for undertaking direct combat exercises without the explicit approval of higher command.” He pulled out a notepad, scanning it before continuing. “As you know, our current stated mission is to act as an evaluation and test unit. Direct combat training may come, but for now, it is beyond our jurisdiction.” He turned his attention to the younger witches. “As for you two, I’ll have to ground you indefinitely.” “Wait, what??” Ichimonji exclaimed, giving the admiral a look of utter disbelief, while Kaede was still staring, her almost golden eyes seemingly lifeless and empty. The perkier Ichimonji was furious. “All due respect, Admiral, but we’ve already become a part of this unit! Grounding us now would—“ Aikawa drew a breath, before cutting off Ichimonji’s tirade. “I already know you two are having a hard time adjusting. Hell, with the exception of your wing leader and vice-leader, you’d probably be excluded from anything the pilots and other witches would do.” No response. “Look, I don’t really understand how you witches do it, or if it’s even witch-related, but if what I’m sensing is true, then the entire unit’s pretty much scared of you two.” He winced internally at that. ‘Sense?’ Sounded like some Newtype bullshit to him. “We’re grounding you to help you ease in with the rest of the wing. Think of this grounding as a free pass to catch up on your shooting skills without having to ask permission.” Noticing Kaede’s book, Aikawa added, “Also, the ship’s library just got some new arrivals. I think Daddy-Long-Legs and Jo’s Boys are part of that shipment…” sure enough, the stoic Kaede’s eyes grew wide, though only for a moment. Bingo.
>>39928868Ichimonji still looked unsatisfied with the arrangement, so the admiral was forced to pull his trump card. “I tell you what, Ensign Ichimonji. I wager I can beat you at 500 meters with a type 89.” Ichimonji’s auburn eyes perked up. Thank goodness he remembered that dossier, Aikawa thought. “Admiral, are you—” “Yes, kid, I’m challenging you. No magic. Iron sights only.” The admiral grinned mischievously. “In fact, let’s put a bet on it. If you beat me, I’ll cut your grounding short, and I’ll throw in a pint of ice cream for both of you. I beat you… well, we’ll decide on that later.” “A gallon. Make it a gallon and we’re good,” Ichimonji replied, excitement evident in her voice. “You’re on. See you on the range before the first dog watch this Saturday.” To emphasize the point, Aikawa held out his hand. The witch shook it, sealing the deal. “Alright, now that’s done, any further questions?” the admiral said. Quickly, Tamaki replied, “You kind of forgot to say what the wing’s punishment was, gramps.” Aikawa cleared his throat before replying. “The punishment will be… No movie night for the next three weeks. And especially no reruns of Yojimbo.” Tamaki looked at the admiral like he was deranged. “Wha—” “Look here, Tamaki,” said Aikawa abruptly, genuinely exasperated. “Just be thankful I’m letting you off easy here. If I’d let the executive officer decide, your steelwing drivers will be swabbing the flight line with their tongues for two weeks straight while you and your witches will replace the nuclear reactor as the ship’s power source… indefinitely.”
>>39928880The redhead was visibly shaken at the thought. Conceding her defeat, Tamaki muttered, “Fine, old man, have it your way.” Turning to her charges, she asked, “How about you two, you got anything?” Kaede shook her head. Ichimonji, on the other hand, exclaimed, “You’re actually pretty interesting, Rear Admiral!” Turning to Tamaki, she added, “Can we go now? I’m feeling reaaaaally hungry.” The admiral chuckled at the gesture. Witch or no, they were still kids, after all. “All right, I guess that will be all.” He stood up before adding, “Good work, I suppose. Dismissed.” The witches saluted, but Tamaki had one last thing to say before they left. “Don’t expect me to owe you for this, old man. You still owe me one, remember that.” Aikawa looked on without comment as the girls left. Now that his ‘debriefing’ was done, he had nothing else to do. He could go back to the bridge, but he wasn’t feeling up to taking the conn back so soon. He could go to the hangar and try a hand at the newer fighter planes, but Tsukishiro might chew him out again for ‘acting out of line’… “Kumi’s brash as usual, eh?” …Or he could go and waste time making idle chatter with this pilot here. The admiral and Lieutenant Senior Grade Nozomi Sanada have known each other since they were kids; whereas Tsukishiro was his ‘etiquette compass’ who kept him acting like an actual ship skipper, Sanada was his ‘impulse control’, or lack thereof. She was never one to follow regulations as was evident in the way she wore her flight suit; the upper section was wrapped around her waist, revealing her black tank top and well-toned upper body. A scar tore across her left cheek, a reminder of her days as a striker witch. Her shoulder-length hair was messy at the edges after a rushed haircut. She was wearing those dog tags as usual, a memento from an old friend.
>>39928893Fate always had a way of putting the two of them together despite being separated multiple times, like when Nozomi joined the witch corps and again when she transferred to helicopters. Aikawa had a name for it: Survivors’ Bond. It was something about some higher power putting together people who had been through the worst for some reason, he said. “Brash indeed, Nozomi,” Aikawa sighed. He added, “Just like her mother.” Sanada went in to Aikawa’s room and actually bopped her old friend on the head. “For the last time, Kazu, it wasn’t your fault.” She lit up a cigarette, taking a long drag before adding, “If you’re gonna end up like a sorry puddle of tears again, I swear to god I’ll burn your eyes out with my cigarette. And THEN you’ll feel sorry, idiot.” The (relatively) young admiral broke into a weak smile. That was typical of Sanada; she was blunt at times but she genuinely cared for people. “Thanks, though you could’ve at least dropped the idiot part. I got an earful of that from my niece already.” The Seahawk driver stuck her tongue at him. Talk about immature. “So what brings you to my humble abode? I don’t remember CSAR crew being fond of this part of the ship.” Sanada took a seat, putting her legs up on the admiral’s desk. Taking in another drag, she stated, “You can feel it too, can’t you, Kazu?” Aikawa was genuinely confused. “I don’t understand…” “Those two girls…” the chopper driver interrupted. “You can feel the darkness around them, can’t you?”
>>39928908... Annnnd I guess that's it for now. I may be able to turn this into a serial of sorts, so staty tuned, I guess.The name's LurK, by the way. I look forward to spergers!No seriously, all comments are welcome
>>39928387Sleep deprivation is a hell of a drug. It's a fine line, if I pass a certain degree of exhaustion I don't dream at all.>>39928415Do eet! For science!>>39928575I can't imagine what any psych professional would have to say about it other than "I'm 40 and what is this". >>39928722Thanks for running Ghost! What do you think of the dream I had? I wonder how it compares to your planefag contingency notes in terms of crazyness.
>>39928765Oh good. Depending on how sober I am after the trainwreck that is this finals, I might have the lorefaggotry for Slider la Slider written up. Because we all know you want to see Kimiko in a skimpy outfit like Junketsu.
>>39928961Dream interpreters, then?
>>39928695Thanks, Boss!>>39928933LurK, let me be one of the first to thank and congratulate you for finally answering one of the biggest questions to ever haunt SWQ 89: Whatever happened to the red-haired IJN Witch?>>39928827>>Lieutenant-Commander Kurumi Tamaki >>THE RED-HAIRED WITCH>>the same witch who collided with Fronk's Tomcat during Thread 01 two years agoAt last. At long last. Yeeesss~
>>39928962True dat.Wait. Who's Mako?Or Nui?
Time for happy family time at Berlin, and the the Russians invade.
>>39928976Thanks for the comment chief, although I'm not sure if my writefagging will be canon or not.I'm not keeping my own hopes up, so there's that.
>>39928933Just a question on the witches attire.Is it shirt as in Tee-Shirt or usual witches miko-like attire?
>>39920184I'm kind of disappointed you never used this picture to depict Ice's trials with the girls.
>>39929021Who's to say I don't plan to use that picture?Hahahahahaha!
>>39928722Ghost, Was Slider a screamer like Ice?What did she think of it or rather waking up without Frank there.
>>39929009Oh, I was picturing this particular unit as wearing ordinary t-shirts, since they're just a test unit and all.
>>39929009Oh, and also something something poloshirts
>>39929042>>39929021Welp. We just enabled pic attached. Sasuga, /tg/.
>>39929051>>39929066Cool.Do you have title for this story?Strikers '89 something?
>>39929043Nope. Slider's was a lot more- she gasps and moans, but not any screaming. She's new to the whole thing, give her time. She figured she would be. though the asshat could have put the covers back over her. Jerk.
>>39929021Kind of surprised besides today you usually use only a few pieces of fanart and you gotten a lot lately.
>>39929093Oh yeah.It's called The Strikers '89:Witches' AsukaThe part I posted today is entitled>Move 1: Irregular Opening
>>39929115First Impressions then? Wait did they do it in the shower or in the bed or both?Also Frank and Slider had underwear on when the girls shook Frank awake right?What did they think of the scars.
>>39929138>>39929093Oh sorry, I mean>Strikers '89: The Witches' Asuka
>>39929115On one hand yeah he is but I feel this is Frank's subtle revenge over the knife punch from earlier. Also Did Anya escape?
>>39928683I don't WANT to be a lolicon but god damn Japan makes it hard not to be
>>39929579In other hand, thanks to Ghost and Merc, i can't even see Hibiki, Z1 and Z3 without thinking about daughterus.
>>39929621On the other hand, FATALPULSE.
>>39928683>watching the adventures of pappy motherfucking boyington when he was a naval aviatorThese girls are gonna turn out great.
>>39929947Don't mention his newest work.The only one i don't touch even with a pole.
>>39930036>not liking trapsWhat are you, gay?
>>39930314>not liking traps because beloved daughterus are based from those traps.There are some line that i prefer not to crossed.