Hello and welcome to Lost In Time Quest! You are John Erin Perry, commonly called Jeppers (to your chagrin), and you’re the President of the Civil Engineers Association of Roanoke and surrounding districts. Of course, those surrounding districts seem to have taken a holiday, or maybe Roanoke has, and you find yourself, along with the rest of your small town, in another land and time..But right now, you’re in charge of preparing yourself to face off against the elves that are attempting to steal the homes of the humans.ArchiveTwitter---You watch over your slowly forming army as they all approach the field just outside town, in the freshly cleared space of the dorves. They had planned to use it for their own exercises, but considering that you’re all part of the same team you’ve got them to agree for using it to set up the grand offensive that you’ll be staging.By your side stand the rest of your team, with Mitch, Richard, and Mary all watching, hands behind their backs, faces hidden behind their own masks. They’ve all come to you privately and asked to be addressed by certain names, based on their own roles, so that they can add a bit more to the scare factor when some foreigners are around.>Mary is the Director, haven’t managed a bastardized “Roanokian” version)>Mitch is the Life-Giver (You guys haven’t thought of good Roanokian for that).>Richard is the Arms-master (You all agreed that the Dakka fit splendidly).Next to your group of Rohvakin is Dralich himself, shivering slightly in spite of the heat as your humans all prepare themselves. Having been alerted to the presence of the foreigners, all are treating it as a holiday to try out those fancy new masks that they’ve been working on.>Roll 1d100 for the effect and intimidation of the masks. You can work on them later with AP if this doesn’t satisfy you.
>>40119009And then come the dorves themselves, who are working around your own citizens and ensuring that they’re all stocked up. Your dorves have decided that it may be best to have the humans represent Roanoke, as there’ll be plenty enough dorves coming from Hashan for their own presence to not matter.But talking about that, how many troops are you sending?>Everyone you possibly can, leaving behind skeleton crew>Everyone you reasonably can, leaving behind the basic functions>Army and CEA only>Fractions of Army and CEA>Write InAlong with that, you need to figure out what kind of firepower you’ll be bringing with you.>Bring everything you can>Bring everything you can, plus lathes>Bring half of artillery>Bring only personal firearms>Write InAnd finally, you need to figure out your last few orders before you finally leave for the farther shores. Mary wordlessly hands you a clipboard with all the different possibilities before you go. It seems that your own council has managed to get everything together on one neat little sheet of paper, for your convenience.
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>40119009>>Mitch is the Life-Giver (You guys haven’t thought of good Roanokian for that).Yggdrasil perhaps?>>40119087>Fractions of Army and CEA>Bring half of artillery
>>40119120Yggdrasil confirmed, cause that's an excellent name.>>40119087--The Director-->Continue Education>Capitalism>Build Marketplace>Rebuild (Ask me for list of buildings)--The Gardener/Life-Giver-->Hospital (Costs 1 AP, but any extra Director projects cost extra)>Polders>Irrigation>Underground farming (1 AP, uses Dorves up)--Dakka-->Train Militia>Build more (insert researched firearm)>Research weaponry (Replicate advanced firearms)>Train Artillery Crews--CEA (Don’t need no fancy ass names)-->Build Howitzers>Build Gatling Guns>Research Artillery (Uses up Dakka)>Research Improved Farming (Uses Gardener)>Research Education (Uses Director)>Do something incredibly stupid (Uses up all your AP)--Dorves-->Improve Action (1AP per use)>Build Refinery (1 AP, uses CEA)
>>40119129How much AP do we have again? 5?
>>40119129>Build Marketplace>Hospital (Costs 1 AP, but any extra Director projects cost extra)>Irrigation>Build Refinery (1 AP, uses CEA)forget if we have 4 or 5 AP
>>40119176Indeed.Do something incredibly stupid>>401191815
>>40119181>>40119191Ah, then add>Continue Education>Asks for cakes, gives me burgers and sushigod damn catcha
>>40119234Wait im dumb. my original post adds up to 5
>>40119191The Engineer in me is begging for me to do that. I am beating it with a pineapple (yes, I am PineappleAnon among others).I like these.>Build Marketplace>Hospital (Costs 1 AP, but any extra Director projects cost extra)>Irrigation>Build Refinery (1 AP, uses CEA)PLUS:Can we research ship design? As in, ironclads at a bare minimum?
>>40119254Ships?Of course. But, due to a complete lack of appropriate machinery, it would be a multi-turn project to get a facility necessary to build basic wooden ships (which you could apply modern engineering to, to be sure, but that may not be ironclad for a while.Or you could do something incredibly stupid.
>>40119254>>40119181Otherwise, in five minutes I shall be going with this, since they agree.
>>40119352I just got in I'm fine with those as well.
>>40119337Then it is probably best to just ignore ironclads and go for all-metal hulls.
>>40119400I agree. So we're making battleships? Or fast attack craft?
>>40119493>>40119400Please roll 2d100 for the final instructions and for traveling to the new lands with all that fancy new equipment.Since>>40119120was the only one that answered, is that who're you're bringing?
Rolled 18, 53 = 71 (2d100)>>40119513
Rolled 40, 42 = 82 (2d100)>>40119513
Rolled 70, 61 = 131 (2d100)>>40119513I guess so on what we're bringing?
Rolled 49, 4 = 53 (2d100)
>>40119543This is the best.Writing.
>>40119513Yup, I don't disagree with it.
>>40119493Fast attack craft preferably. We still would need to build up ship-building expertise and starting with things like PT boats to the size of WW2 destroyers is a nice basic range. Fun fact: modern US destroyers (such as the Zumwalt-class) are as big as the USS Neveda, which was a battleship.>>40119567Hooray for not rolling bad!
>>40119598Wait are we in a lake or on the edge of an ocean?
>>40119609Lake, connected to ocean. Use shitty ASCII art to get an idea(Sea)--(Brackish Water)--=======(Roanoke)===(Hashan)As a sense of scale. It would take at least a day or something to get to the brackish water.
>>40119129It’s now a few days later. You first stopped off in Hashan, where you were able to use your coins to buy the appropriate amount of supplies you’ll need on the mainland, as you don’t want to take too many supplies from Roanoke’s own storage, whereas Hashan is more than happy to provide goods and services, in exchange for the cash at least.From there, you store the ships within Hashan (for another fee, but a smallish one), and get to marching the rest of the way. At the least you have a few carts with some horse-like animals pulling them along, so you make a decent pace. You don’t really notice much apart from nature itself, leading you to believe that you seriously must be in the backwaters of whatever world you’re in.And soon enough, you stop by the first city of the United Clans of Cliffcoasts, and you feel a single glorious tear roll down a cheek as you stare down on another human marvel.In the month or two that the United Clans had to set up the town, they made some incredible progress. Taking to cutting the chalky rock straight out of the Cliffcoasts, and then coating that in what appears to be mud, they’ve already assembled plenty of buildings, many of them two stories, and more than just a handful of three story buildings scattered about the city.Of course, they don’t have the same advantages you do, which you realize as your nose unconsciously wrinkles beneath your mask and the smell hits you. They do seem to have a primitive system of plumbing, at least in the way of something like a rainwater drainage system, but for all they seem to care it appears to be a catch all. Dralich, riding next to you, appears to notice your discomfort and takes a bit of schadenfreude in it, before you fix your own gaze on him and he flinches backwards.Eventually, you reach what appears to be the government buildings of the area.>Roll for entrance, 1d100. 50 DC.The pizza. It begins.
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>40119722BEHOLD THE TRIUMPHAL MARCH OF PIZZA! IT IS THE TRUE MARK OF CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION.
>>40119746AND YET YOU ARE A MERE SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE ENTRANCE. ARE THERE NO OTHER ROLLS TO BE MADE FOR YOUR FELLOW ROHVAH?
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>40119722
Rolled 75 (1d100)
>>40119823Heh>>40119825AND THERE WE GO. Writing.How do you want to enter?>Politely>Proudly>Aggressively
>>40119841>Politelywith a tiny sprinkle of menace.
>>40119841>>PolitelyIs there any other way to do it?
>>40119852politelyi like the idea of giving people the impression "anger not the gentle giant"
>>40119878Walk softly, and carry a big stick. Writing.
>>40119889I feel good about modeling our career after that guy.
>>40119889Just like my dad's favorite president.
>>40119933>>40119945Lyndon Johnson's thing was just "have a big stick".
>>40119948Theodore Roosevelt had several big sticks.
>>40119722Adjusting your own mask, making sure that your armor is on properly, chuckling as you remember you decided to opt for your legs and body armor, leaving your pasty white arms visible for everyone to see (likely the first time in your life anyone’s been scared by something like that), and you push open the doors.The noise inside halts as you move to the centre of the room, and by the time you take the last few steps the only sound left is that of your heels hitting and lifting from the floor. They stare at you with a mixture of awe, and fear.You cough, the gears in your mask shifting slightly at the sound, making it louder, more ambient, like the intrusion was coming from the walls itself. “Gentlemen, it is a pleasure to meet you. I am Rovahkin, to represent those of Roanoke. How may I be of assistance?”The room stays silent until Dralich enters as well, taking up a stand beside you. One of those in the seats circled around the room stands, saying, “Dralich, I knew you said you’d look for help but this is-”“This is what we need, Servant Maref,” Dralich interrupts, looking up at you. “We know the power of Rovahkin, what he can do to those who think they can win in a battle against him, and them. He is strong, stronger than magic, and more capable, versatile, and powerful than it by far. Plus, he agreed to help.”Another one of the so-called Servants stood. “To help? For what? The Rovahkin has a purpose in mind, a nefarious duty that he must carry out. Look at his arms! He is just like the ones we must slay. How can we convince the populace that the Rovahkin wants to help when not too long ago that same creature nearly killed us all?”Dralich frowned, and turned to me. “You want to say anything?”>You’re correct in me wanting something. Trade, and possibly further ties.>I want payment, in way of work and goods. For that, I shall assist.>I want nothing except to eradicate your enemy.>We shall see how hard the task is before deciding its price.
>>40120035>We shall see how hard the task is before deciding its price.>>You’re correct in me wanting something. Trade, and possibly further ties.
sweet, I made it.So, we have Yggdrasil, and Dakka, and need one for Mary.I suggest Ogma, also the name of the celtic god of speech and languages.>>40120035>We shall see how hard the task is before deciding its price.>what I ask of you, will not be to severe I promise, and will not cost you any lives, we do not eat flesh, like those you hunt.
>>40120035>We shall see how hard the task is before deciding its price.>You’re correct in me wanting something. Trade, and possibly further ties.
>>40120100>>40120055>>40120051I can take Ogma.Delay till later taking.
>>40120128There's also Peitho, goddess of persuasion and charming speech.
>>40120176I'd rather Peitho. Ogma is masculine and sounds similar to Dogma
Ogma reminds me of Oghma Infinium.
>>40120307Because, just like your mother, you can do it again and again.
>>40120307That's probably where bethesda got the idea.Kinda fitting actually, but >>40120236 makes some good points.
>>40120035>>40120307Alternate punchline, if you didn't use the glitch, is just like your mother, one use and it's useless weight dragging you down.”If I must, I must tell you,” you turn back to the group itself, “I have absolutely no idea how difficult this fight against...my brethren may be, and I certainly haven’t encountered this type. While I would like trade between our nations, and be happy for ideas and culture to spread too, for now I will ask for no payment, just as I ask you not to expect much from me yet.”The Servants look back and forth for a moment, their eyes primarily focusing on Dralich himself and Maref, before all nodding in agreement, and sitting back down.“If that’s so, that calls forward our first action. The elves usually come in the night. Not many, but enough to cause havoc in the outskirts.”>Then let’s wait for night to come.>So let’s bring the fight to them>Why not attempt peace? You have done that, right?
>>40120381>So let’s bring the fight to themThey'll have a disadvantage in the daylight, and I doubt we can make an arrangement with carnivores. feel free to convince me otherwise though.
>>40120381>>Why not attempt peace? You have done that, right?We've generally tried this first when we've had the time for it.
>>40120381>So let’s bring the fight to themAirburst Mortars? Airburst Mortars. A bowl of spinach is NOT soup captcha what the actual fuck.
>>40120450Do you really think we can manage that?cause if so i'm willing to try it.
>>40120453Hey, /k/anon! You said my book was on your reading list, right?
>>40120450This.Perhaps the clans did something to piss of the elves accidentally.Asked if not, then we murderize them.
>>40120473Yes it is it sounds great from what i've seen of it.
>>40120492I suppose we might as well try, with our tech abilities, we might be able to produce enough food that they'll stop attacking sentients.changing my vote to.>>Why not attempt peace? You have done that, right?
>>40120523but make it clear that if the attempt fails, we will destroy them.The elves, not the tribes.
>>40120492>>40120470>>40120450Writing.Roll 1d20 for amount of scoffing.>>40120519Search up Oasis on Amazon. Should be an ebook for $4.99, with the starry background, *not* yellow background. Add Webb to the parametres if you have to.
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>40120535
>>40120523Most likely, peace was attempted by the clans and failed cause clans.Makes me wonder if we can force the elves to the diplomat table with a large enough shock and awe.
>>40120553...just, I'll just go kill myself now.Is there a way we salvage this?>>40120556will you be joining me?
>>40120553>>40120556jesus fuck i think we got laughed off the stage
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>40120553>>40120556Oh Christ, what.
>>40120553>>40120556>>40120582OH GOD HOLD ON TO YOUR BELTS
>>40120582>>40120599Can we agree to no more d20s, please?
>>40120604Don't be a pussy, anon.
>>40120582>>40120553>>40120556For the love of god can we switch to d100's? less ridiculous critting.
>>40120604For moments like these...Never.>>40120617I use them when I want the degrees of success to be larger. Like in this case.
>>40120627oh god we've started a war haven't we.
>>40120658Maybe!Or at least get ourselves thrown out.
>>40120658I do believe they're going to be trying to kill us.
>>40120658Eh, bring it on.
>>40120381Silence falls at your words. Every single human in the room, including Dralich himself, stares at you in absolute and utter horror.For a few seconds, you manage to stand against the barrage, before finally muttering, “I...”“Make peace. With the elves.” Maref clips each word with a little bit of hatred, pure fury apparent in his eyes.You look back at him, seeing him adjust ever so slightly under your own gaze. “Yes.”“You would have us try to befriend the creatures that have been killing humans since the dawn of time, not for any particular reason but because those little shitheads have made it a personal vendetta, all for shits and giggles?”“I don’t know the details-”Another Servant cuts on. “For the thousands of humans that have died to their hands, the hundreds of thousands that have suffered under their attack, you would have us forget that and extend a hand in friendship? As if it wouldn’t get bitten off instantly.”“I’d scoff, but I think I’d end up choking over this heresy first,” another voice calls out.Soon, the glares are followed by the stampede of words, unstoppable, no matter your efforts. Eventually, you just bow and turn to leave the room, only to feel something hit the back of your head.Turning around, you find it to be a rock. No doubt it would have hurt, if not for the mask.The room has gone silent again, and has slightly parted away from one particular individual. Who looks angry, but the emotion seems to be fading to sheer terror.>Let it go. You pushed too fast, too hard.>Resume your point. It’s possible, it’s always possible.>Make an example of those who would throw a stone at the Dovahkin.>Let yourself go. Even the Dovahkin needs a break from glorious self-restraint.>>40120718Did ya find it okay?
>>40120772Resume the point. "If this is how you treat people who suggest peace, perhaps there might be a reason for the elves constant war. We are new to this land. They might listen to us.""And if they don't, we kill them."
>>40120772>Resume your point. It’s possible, it’s always possible.Would you have preferred we eradicated your people once you attacked our allies?
>>40120813This is me again, I don't know a more diplomatic way of saying this though. But I want the intent of the line plus the implication of its mercy.
>>40120772>>40120809backing, suggesting to add,>I understand that I have angered you, as such, I will excuse your aggression. I suggest, you do not attack me again.
>>40120772I'm fine with what the write in guys said that said. Sometimes you can't negotiate...Yes I did and I'm reading it right now. I also like it so far it's pretty engaging.
>>40120891If we can't negotiate a peace with them, than we might as well take the opportunity to show off our power to the tribes. If the elves will not listen, than we will destroy them.
>>40120912We end up as "the guys who will kill you and all of yours if you push us, but would rather trade."Is a nice rep to have.
>>40120937I am content with that. It's like that quote, "walk softly and carry a big stick" only it's more, "Walk softly, but if anyone tries to start something with you, shoot them in the nuts."
>>40120891Thanks man, that means a lot to me. Feel free to give feedback when you finish.>>40120809>>40120837Writing.
>>40120912Yeah, sadly sometimes you can't negotiate with people sometimes. >>40120959It's speak softly and carry a big stick... But I get your meaning.
>>40120980A gun can be a big stick if handled improperly. Or if it has a bayonet.
>>40121003Guns can be alot of things....
>>40121031...we're absolutely making that, and then using it, and seeing if we can make it crackle with lightning like thor.
>>40121057I now support researching Tesla Troopers now.
>>40121083The rule appears to be post steampunk or related images featuring what you want, and I'll try my damned best to make it so.
>>40121083oh my god yes, we will be known as mysterious creatures who have pulled the god's wrath from the sky and forced to obey us.
>>40121057>>40121083Oh god look at what I started.
>>40121100so assuming we remove the communist symbol, what d you all think of this?
>>40121138I'd like to remind you that magic exists in this world. People are much more amazed by power seemingly coming from nothing at all.
>>40121138That was EXACTLY what I was referencing and intending. Still would need a longer-range weapon though.>>40121151Hence batteries.
>>40120772You allow yourself to turn around fully, the gears clicking as you watch the Servant collapse back into his chair, convinced that death has come for him.Your head shakes. “If that is how you treat those who suggest peace, then I cannot help but wonder if there may be more reasons for this feud of yours. But still, I have angered you, and I can understand the response. If you ever choose to make the same mistake again, though, I will be less lenient. With all of you.”The tension leaves the room, only a bit remaining on the offending party and Dralich, who’s still watching you like a hawk, focused on your every movement. It doesn’t seem that he’s convinced. Either way, you need to continue.“Now, if it does turn out that the elves refuse all diplomacy, all reason, and would rather kill indiscriminately,” you grin, the mask adjusting to show a mess of cogs and wires in its mouth, “then I believe we can more than match them blow for blow.”The Servants nod, and they all sit back in their chairs, the meeting now concluded. You head outside, ducking through the low doorway and finding a few of your guards waiting for you.“Take me back to the camp,” you say. “We'll be entertaining tonight."---Soon enough, you’re back at the camp that the Rovah have set up. While the tents themselves are certainly mix-match, but all made of materials that you might expect modern tents to be made from. Thus, they’re more waterproof than the buildings in the United Clans’ city, sturdier (in their own way), and capable of keeping a few more people inside as necessary.The supplies you’ve brought with you are located in the centre of the cluster, with the wagons that they came in on dissembled and put back up in a perimetre around the entire camp, reinforced with packed dirt and sandbags, where a few soldiers stand waiting, guns ready. A few humans from the UCC try to approach, but both the rigid organization of the guards and their intimidating masks push them back.
>>40121151soooo forcefields? is what you're saying.
>>40121179Of course, your primary focus is on your own little party that you’re assembling. After all, if you’re going to the elves, you need to make a good impression. That’s why>you’ve gathered a group of the scariest motherfuckers you have under your control, the ones with the best masks and capable of using the new power-armor you have on hand.>You’ve just mobilized all your forces. Time to slash and burn till the elves approach.>the classiest of your army have been sitting outside of your own tent for a while now, waiting. Classy, respectable. Still very capable of killing. Old Man Johnson killed someone with his sword-cane, and that was *before* the event.>>40121182I ain't saying anything.
Does all magic in this world require some sort of hand movement or sign? because if so, we need to develop psyonics.Also, flamethrowers.>>40121228welp, forcefields confirmed.>the classiest of your army have been sitting outside of your own tent for a while now, waiting. Classy, respectable. Still very capable of killing. Old Man Johnson killed someone with his sword-cane, and that was *before* the event.
>>40121182>You’ve just mobilized all your forces. Time to slash and burn till the elves approach.
No! No slash burn! Make lots of noise! We are here for heavily armed parley first, and these guys worship trees, yes?
>>40121249Magic differs. The Dorven Spellgineers plan out their magic the same way you might get an engineer laying out the entire deconstruction on a blueprint or as a wireframe in a computer, and then using the paper itself as a medium to bring the magic in and make it real. Suddenly, the symbols that represent power literally become power.You haven't asked about human magic.You don't know much about other types of magic.
>>40121228Snipers are good if we want "power from nothing">>40121228>the classiest of your army have been sitting outside of your own tent for a while now, waiting. Classy, respectable. Still very capable of killing. Old Man Johnson killed someone with his sword-cane, and that was *before* the event.Does old man johnson sound a bit like old man henderson to anybody else?If you don't know what it is, look it up. 1d4chan should do it.
>>40121374Literally exactly who I thought of when n writing that name. Similar enough in the ways that matter. Has stories to tell.
Time for a speech to the troops?
>>40121391...artemis you are an amazing bastard, we must talk to this man.
So for the gunhammer, here's what i'm thinking. we enchant it so it doesn't run out of ammo, and rig it so that it can either be set off by a trigger, or goes off automatically when we hit something with it. we will then train with until we are god. damn. terrifying. Have any of you seen RWBY? cause if not, watch it, if so, design it so that it can change forms into a large cannon form, like Rose's scythe.
also, energy sword. works like a lightsaber, is way the fuck scarier.
>>40121454You know, I was talking with somebody about RWBY a while back. I keep on getting driven off by the animation style. Just seems weird, hasn't attracted me all that much. Despite me watching nearly everything else. Won't touch Boku no Pico though.Got a tie between polite and invasion. Break that tie!
>>40121498Lurker reporting for duty!>the classiest of your army have been sitting outside of your own tent for a while now, waiting. Classy, respectable. Still very capable of killing. Old Man Johnson killed someone with his sword-cane, and that was *before* the event.I want old man henderson interaction and this seems like a good chance to introduce the character.
>>40121475Well Lightsabers work because the plasma is in a force containment field. So we come back to the loop of Forcefields Are they possible?
>>40121498Artemis, what exactly can our power armor do for us? I'm assuming voice changer, enhanced strength, and shoulder-guns. But is there anything else? enhanced speed? drones?>>40121546Dude, anything is possible for us, we're magineers, what we need to do is set up a forcefield generator on our Rovahkin armor.
>>40121560Yeah, i can't really think of how we'd go about doing it other than creating a force spell inside of the hilt that is sorta inverted.On a side note what about Monomolecular blades instead?
>>40121529Right, writing for that.Let's have a look at important characters.>You. John Erin Perry. Jeppers. Johnerin. Rovahkin. Leader guy person with voices in his head.>Mary. Once a secretary, now the dictator fair ruler of Roanoke. Takes suggestions from you, of course.>Michael. Member of the CEA. Power Management expert. Very sad that you guys don't have a fusion core at a time like this.>Joan. Ex-military design contractor, turned to semi-retired civil engineer. Enjoys the opportunities to make howitzers again.>Harriete: Another CEA member, a big fan of general architecture and urban planning.>Richard: Owns more guns than you have ancestors.>Mitch: Literally and figuratively has green thumbs. Apparently its a skin pigment thing.>Old Man Johnson. Classiest fucker in town. Actually has cane with rapier inside. One of the people actually meant to say m'lady.
>>40121560Right now it's the basic hero package. More strength, speed, etc. Voice changer is a yes. You've yet to implement shoulder guns, and other, more exotic things.>>40121626I ain't sayin' nothing. But if I were sayin' things, then those things might have a little to do with *these* things.
>>40121628>Richard: Owns more guns than you have ancestors.A man after my own heart.
>>40121628Is Old Man Johnson retired MI6? He sounds like an old james bond. also,>Richard: Owns more guns than you have ancestors./k/ confirmed.>Mitch: Literally and figuratively has green thumbs. Apparently its a skin pigment thing.kek
>>40121654Literally. He uses the arteries and veins of fellow /k/omrades as bore snakes for his nuggets, which he measures by weight and not number.
>>40121628Goddamn but these certainly are the fanciest schmanciest people you’ve ever met. They’re definitely more charismatic than legitimate (in the cases of the nigerian prince and middle manager, *especially* in the case of the middle manager), but they definitely know what they’re doing when it comes to 1. Being fancy and 2. Being intimidating. They can get the results you want, assuming you want it done mostly diplomatically.Old Man Johnson is, himself, the leader of the Charlatans (as they’ve taken to calling themselves), kitted out in one of his many, many suits, with a plain white mask with a monocle carved into it over one eye. He takes out a pocket watch (seriously? An actual pocket watch?) before turning to you and bowing slightly. “Ah, just on time, Rovahkin. We’re all ready for the expedition, if you are the same.”“Indeed,” you agree, slipping on your own mask, that much different from the ones the Charlatans wear. “So, shall we go?”Old Man Johnson stares around at the camp before nodding, letting himself roll on the balls of his feet, a warm up for the path ahead. “Yes, let’s go.”>Roll 1d100. Bonus points for anyone recognizing the play referenced.
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>40121841"the charlatans" such an amazing name.
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>40121841
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>40121841
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>40121841
>>40121841If its not Rosencranz and Guilderstern then I don't know.
>>40121876...for the love of fuck why do I keep trying.>>40121879Thank god for the goodrolls anons.>>40121886>>40121888Seriously, the dice be toxic tonight.
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>40121841Got nothing on the reference. Whoever has been making the masks everyone has been wearing must be making a ton of money though.
>>40121876>>40121894I think you need a luck-therapist write-in.>>40121891Any guess is better than none.
>>40121894I can't figure out how to do on my phone :(
>>40121900I'm beginning to suspect I murdered the favorite dog of one of the dice gods in a past life.
>>40121891Actually, impressively close. It's Waiting for Godot, a similar absurdist play written by Samuel L. Beckett, possibly the first playwriter who made a move into that field. Of course, a good way to get interested in absurdism may lie with Rhinoceros, written by Eugene Ionesco.>>40121879Taking this.>>40121896Addressed later.
>>40121928Curses. Never saw waiting for Godot. Never saw R&G either, but I read a short story by turtledove where Shakespeare ends up at a performance of it.
>>40121928>Addressed later.Yeah, because that's not creepy as fuck at all...god. dammit. captcha. you ask me for sandwichs, and then give me three hamburgers.
>>40121841Old Man Johnson pauses his skipping for a half second, his cane comically sticking out in front of him to prevent falling from his current fourty-degree angle from the ground. “Shall we have a song to march to?”You shrug. “If you can find a good one.”“Right then! Come on, comrades, let’s pick up a tune!”--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXcs1Vv3YlE--The tune gets picked up by most of the Charlatans, leaving yourself to just enjoy the flow of the music as you continue to walk through the forest. For the most part the Charlatans manage to avoid tripping or making too much noise apart from the singing itself, which seems rather impressive till you realize that Old Man Johnson definitely served (you would not be surprised to learn that it was in World War Two, some eighty odd years ago now), and several others seem to have served in the other wars since then.And now, the boys are back together, trotting through the woods in their suits and such, and whether they have a cane similar to Johnson’s or just a rifle to lean on, they keep up the pace just as you do, advancing further and further into the dark forest.Soon enough, the only source of light is that from your own party, with the leaves growing so thick overhead that nothing escapes. Johnson changes his tune, and the boys continue to follow, and you follow them all, watching the entire group, staying close enough so you won’t just get snatched.Soon enough, you come across a large clearing (still no break in the trees above), where two tall beings stand in the centre of the grassy expanse, just a bit taller than you. And just a bit shorter than Johnson.>Walk forth and greet the beings>Let Johnson handle it>Wait for them to initiate contact>Kill them. KILL THEM ALL.
>>40122127>>Walk forth and greet the beings"I come in peace. Take me to your leader(s)."This is just too cheesy NOT to say.
>>40122127>Let Johnson handle itHe's probably kinda used to this sort of shit, and if he's anything like henderson he knows how to improvise.sidenote: henderson is taller than us in power armor? fuck.
>>40122162No, he's just in his suit. Imagine one of those really stringy old men who keep living on a mixture of minimal life support, vodka, young women, and hate.
>>40122127>>Let Johnson handle it'S why we brought him.
>>40122158>>40122162>>40122183>>40122215Need a tiebreaker, stat.
>>40122295Henderson, then. I mean Johnson
>>40122127Johnson, at your nod, steps forth from the group, approaching the two figures. About two metres away from each of them, he stands, holding the cane out in front of him, almost like a medieval warrior would rest their hands on the hilt of a sword buried into the ground. Actually, incredibly similar, now that you think about the other purpose of the sword.“Hello. I am Johnson, here to represent the Rovahkin. We wish to speak to whoever leads you.” as opposed to before, Johnson’s voice is smooth, calm, only the rustiness barely audible showing his age and other dispositions.The two beings shift in the wind, waving back and forth, but otherwise do nothing.Johnson sighs, wiping away at a drop of sweat on his forehead, before beginning to turn away, just as the two beings leap towards him.>roll 1d100.
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>40122370c'mon johnson i want you to live
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>40122370"Not again...."
Rolled 85 (1d100)>>40122370Well then.
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>40122370Rollin
>>40122395WEll then.Writing.>>40122397AGH TOO LITTLE TOO LATE.
>>40122395im not even mad you blocked the 98 thank you for rolling high
>>40122405I had to look it up! I'm on mobile at work! Cheese gives me gas! ITS NOT MY FAULT!
>>40122415It's fine man, the dice gods simply used you to taunt all player everywhere with an excellent 4th post as they are want to do.
>>40122425And it was the first roll I have done :("Select all the drinks" at least captcha is being nice...
>>40122370You instantly take a few steps forward even as the beings jump towards Johnson, but he only laughs and sweeps around in a full circle, his sword already out and ready. You recognize more than a few layers of paper ensorcelling the weapon, leading you to wonder exactly when and where he had time to enchant a weapon to that extent, before you see the beauty that is a master at work.With the lightweight blade, incredibly similar to a rapier, Johnson jumps back from the beings, and then moves forward once again, blade quickly jabbing out and puncturing one of the throats of his assailants. Before he can turn to the other, though, you close in.While your arms aren’t covered by armor, they are at least hooked up by the wrist and elbow to give you a little bit more strength, and your first punch connects solidly. Next up you jump as high as you can in the air, and as the being watches you, you drive back down into it, the armored leg shattering its body under your weight.Soon, the only sound is Johnson’s target trying to pull air through the spontaneous tracheotomy it had received.“Good job,” you comment, wiping off your hands on the grass. “Very smooth, very fast.”Johnson grins, swinging his sword out in a dramatic swipe to clean off the blood before returning it to his sheathe. “You too. Efficient, if not pretty.”“Indeed,” says another voice, the sarcasm and wryness apparent. “Definitely top notch. Very good indeed.”You all turn to face the new voice, just to find another one of the beings waiting for you.“Who might you be?” you venture.“I am Elron, the master of the elves in this forest,” he replies, almost casually.>If that’s so, I’d like to propose an agreement.>You’re pushing your luck, mate.>(Nothing, just attack). >Write In.
>>40122491"If so, we're here to talk. The human clans want us to fight, so we can do that, too. Rather well, I would think, but we'd prefer to talk first."
>>40122491"You greet our attempt at a parlay with an attack. Regardless of your confidence the action was crass. Do you have any regard for diplomacy or shall we take our leave?"
>>40122523>>40122568I'll second a combination of these.Side note: These are some shitty-looking burgers.
>>40122582Hmm. Dunno if we should be so overly refer to it. After all, armed men in territory they think is theirs, trespassing. That and it may have been a test.Meet uncaring with uncaring. We sliced through them like a hot knife through butter. We are making peace from a position of strength, not weakness.
Heading off from work. Depending on traffic might be back in like a half hour.Be cool and don't forget diplomacy while I'm gone
>>40122491You shake your head at the elf, letting yourself tsk under your breath. “Come, now. We attempt to be all diplomatic and you attack? This doesn’t exactly set a good precedent, my friend.”“I would not call you my friends.”“Nor I you,” you grin, “but that’s beside the point. We came here to discuss a possible opportunity. If you refuse, and continue to go against our wishes, we’ll kill all of you and burn your homes to the ground. Much, much more good may come out of this if you simply agree to at the least hear us out.”Elron thinks for a moment.>roll 1d20 I'm getting more tired, since It's 1:28 here. May end soon and wrap up in the morning.
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>40122693Here, we go again!
>>40122582same, also, elron? really artemis?
Rolled 6 (1d20)>>40122693Critfail incoming!
>>40122714*shrugs* I don't get the reference.
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>40122693god. damn. at these dice tonight.>>40122721seriously? you've never read or seen lord of the rings?if this was a troll you got me hard.
>>40122738Oh boy.OH BOY.Definitely not trolling. I've never really taken the time to read LotR, actually. Did read the Hobbit, though.
>>40122738fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck.I'm sorry everyone.
>>40122717>>40122738"I sure hope someone picks up that phone because I fucking Called It."Nah but seriously fuck D20 and rolls without modifiers in general.
>>40122749The lead elf's name is Elrond. kinda damn impressive you got that close actually.ah well, nobody can say we didn't try, and they were kinda carnivorous. maybe we just need to kill a decent amount of them first, like with the humans.
>>40122738Is it bad that this makes me happy? Its elf killin' time!
>>40122854>Elf slave what do?I just hope the Charlatans can hold their own. We brought them on the hope that diplomacy was at least an option.
>>40122854>>40122770Now please roll 1d100.
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>40122876Once more into the breach.
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>40122876Incoming Critical Success?
>>40122891goddamnit where were you earlier? to save us from me?
>>40122904Go ahead and roll write in, you've got a safety net this time at least.
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>40122876killkillkillkillkillkillkill
>>40122904I rolled the 9 on the d20. Rolled a 79 earlier too. I average around decent. Better on the 100s though.
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>40122917I am now rolling because three anons already have and I can't possibly fuck us over.
>>40122891>>40122894>>40122927The murder boner for the elves is pretty strong with the Dicegods today. Not "RapeMaimKill!" strong but "maimkill" at least.
>>40122947...okay it wasn't a 1d100 but i think i've proved my point.
>>40122947Well at least you rolled the wrong die this time.
>>40122947You need a luck-tutor. I say this again.
>>40122693Elron finally shakes his head. “Nope. Can’t do that. I can tell you’re humans, no matter how...different you smell. So for now,” his pale form, similar to you, quickly stretches like taffy into a long legged, long armed monster with a face with eyes too large and small, off-balance, and a mouth that grinned far too wide for how small it was, opens itself to say, “I get to kill all of you.”“Thanks, but no thanks,” you counter, preparing yourself as the beast lunges towards you. Johnson steps up next to you, and within seconds the elf is destroyed.Until it just happens to be absorbed into the shadows again.“We are the darkness,” one voice whispers in your ear.“Where there is shade, we tread.” the voice flies around to go between both your ears. Johnson swats at it, slightly annoyed.“We shall consume you-”“Alright, get the fuck on with it, I’ve got a blade that wants blood,” interrupts Johnson, the sword and scabbard in his hands both held at the ready.The voice pauses, and chuckles.“So be it.”And you start to see more forms step out of the shadows, the things of nightmares, tall irregular humanoids that had no similarities, no conformities apart from the same insane smile, the same wild expression.You and the Charlatans back up against each other, each at the ready, weapons in hand, prepared to take on the incoming threat.---I stop here for the night. See the exciting conclusion in maybe eight hours, once I go to bed, and then wake up again Hopefully. Either way, it'll get a lot more exciting before we're done with this.
>>40123027Napalm is a must now. There are no shadows to hide in a raging forest fire.
>>40123027soooooo floodlights?>>40123047good idea, but we can't leave this place so destroyed that the humans cant live, depending on how close it is to village, and how necessary it is to them though, napalm.
>>40123047Or at least flashbangs and floodlights. I wonder what happens to them if their entire shadow body gets engulfed in sudden light?
>>40123057Firebreaks. Napalm isn't THAT bad. And if all other fire fails, use thermite. That'll melt the shadows.
>>40123070Whelp.I suspected as much. But...Burn them all. Tomorrow.
I vote we go with good old flamethrowers. Can't go wrong with the classics. Especially if said classics are used by flame-retardant armor wearing soldiers marching in a formation surrounding the forest. I'm thinking magic will make the fuel burn far more efficiently.
if all we need to do is get rid of the shadows we could always do pic related
>>40123027Thanks for running.Incendiaries of some flavor seem to be our next weapons tech. hopefully someone in town has a copy of the Patriot's Cookbook. In order to burn things though, we'll need a supply of fuel though, and we've only got whatever's left in the cars, right?
>>40123535Making incendiaries is not too complicated honestly. It all depends on how long you want something to burn and how easy you need for it to burn.Aside: CHICKEN BURGERS ARE NOT HAMBURGERS!
>>40123535Dunno about any patriotic cookbooks but several members of the CEA definitely have the Anarchist's Cookbook.
>>40123850Near-endshift bump for the thread.
>>40123454fuck that lets make a nuke and blimp/plane and drop it in the middle of the forest.
>>40124981Back home finally (mmmm omelot with pineapple).Page 8 bump.
And I'm back, ladies and gentlemen! Let me get the new writing options up and ready for anyone who's actually here, or gonna be returning.
>>40123027Even as the king himself fades back into the darkness, the other elves rush forwards, ready to get a piece of the newcomers. The Charlatans all lift their rfles, bayonets at the ready, and face off against the charge. You and Johnson both take one side, and face off against the approaching horde.Within a few seconds, the loud blast of rifles fills the air, and elves go down, *hard*. Several have some parts of them straight up dissolve, and the large flash seems to scald more than a few, even from this distance.Your own set of elves approach, and you grab your pistol and put two bullets through their heads, then flipping it around and driving the grip through another’s skull. It’s in moments like these that you realize you might need more than a little help, but to be honest it’s been nothing but helpful in this new world of yours, so why change now?Johnson came to that realization even back on earth, and his cane-blade is jumping out to puncture necks and sever heads from their bodies, never moving more than a pace from his original position.Finally, the elves have fallen dead. You notice that they are dissolving into the shadows, and have no doubts about whether you’ve won yet.>Retreat, bring bigger guns next time>Push forth, and kill everything.>Find an area to hold, and secure the forest for yourself.
>>40127458>Retreat, bring bigger guns next timeI believe it's time for a tactical retreat, we're going to need to bring some flamers with our army.
>>40127490Then I guess I'm writing for this one!
>>40127458You frown, and kick one leg away from you into the shadows, where it disappears within a second. “Alright then, gentlemen, I believe it’s time for us to leave this place. Let’s get back to camp, and next time around we can bring the big guns.”They all nod, and you make your way back through the path you took, a few Charlatans commiserating in a lack of any good and civilized person to talk to (just things to kill), and soon enough you’re back in front of your camp.You give the run down to everyone, and they themselves get to work preparing the heavy artillery for tonight. You’ll be needing it, if the elves decide to attack again.As the camp takes care of defense, a messenger approaches you, and hands you a letter.---Dear Dovahkin,Just sent a letter right after you left to confirm that we’ve put the new orders into action. First of all, we got a marketplace set up, just next to the train station. It’s a huge success. Several of the Rovah are starting their own little stalls and selling off either whatever they could find in their attics or making some new stuff for the dorves to buy. Either way, the dorves certainly are buying it. We’ve got quite a flow of gold coming in.Next up, Ogma and Yggdrasil (how about those names, eh?) are collaborating on increasing efficiency in farming and removing any sources of inefficiency. We just got a hospital set up where the clinic used to be, and with some help from the dorves I think we might be able to get it fully stocked, at least with magical equivalents of whatever we can’t get right now. The CEA will probably figure out how to build a MRI scanner before the end of the month, with only paper mache to do it.
>>40127983After that, the new irrigation systems for farming are going pretty well, and now we’ve got a dedicated coast for farming. We’ve taken to asking the dorves whether or not we would be able to farm on top of their land, but they claim that they would need to waterproof it first, so they don’t suffer from wet soil dripping on their heads (or the ground itself, to be fair).And finally, the refinery coop between the CEA and the dorves is finally finished. Now, we can actually get some bar stock out of whatever minerals and metals that the dorves are bringing up from below (by hand, can you believe that? They haven’t built an elevator yet).Oh, also, the dorves wanted to say that the Noros-Soros celebrations are only two weeks off, and would REALLY like some assistance with that.--Ogma-->Rebuild (1AP per building/sector)>Continue Education>Stock Hospital (1AP, uses dorves)--Yggdrasil-->Polders>More farms>Dorven farming (1AP, uses dorves)--Dakka-->Train Militia>Build more (insert researched firearm)>Research weaponry>Train artillery crews--CEA-->Build howitzers>Build Gatling Guns>Research Artillery (Uses Dakka)>Research Improved farming (uses Yggdrasil)>Research Education (uses Director)>Do something incredibly stupid (uses up all your AP)--Dorves-->Improve Action (1AP per use)>Noros Soros (two weeks left)
>>40128039>Stock Hospital (1AP, uses dorves)>More farms>Research weaponry(flame thrower w/ bayonet) burn the elves out. >Research Education (uses Director)
>>40128039>Rebuild (1AP per building/sector)Not sure what though. The docks maybe for shipbuilding or something?>More farms>Research weaponry (Incendiary ammunition, shells, devices, etc.)>Build howitzersBest method for delivering Incendiaries without being hit back>Noros Soros (two weeks left)Toss them a bone.
>>40128039>Research weaponry>Stock Hospital>Research Improved Farming>Noros SorosWe need some incendiary firepower. Can't hide in trees or shadows if everything's on fire, right?Also, paper mache. Here, a thin shell of barely held together wood pulp, there contructs of PURE MAGIC.
>>40128039>Research weaponry>Stock Hospital>Research Improved Farming>Noros Soros
>>40128196>>40128181>>40128117>>40128103Right, Noros Soros is confirmed with 3. Stock Hospital confirmed with 3. Research weaponry confirmed with 4.You have two more AP to use. think which you'd like most.
>>40128408I am here!>polders>build howitzers.
>>40128408>Research weaponryFlamersCan the CEA strat building that Fusion core?
>>40128465Welcome!>>40128479Nope. Or, at the least, incredibly unlikely. You wouldn't have been able to build the warehouse either, had you chosen the Reactor as the starting bonus. Sure, you could get a building, but not all those lathes and injection molders and such.
>>40128507I'm guessing that's the>do something stupidoption, either that or it's a mech.dammit now we need to find out.
>>40128527It's so tempting, isn't it?
>>40128555...well now it screams "trap"
>>40128479Research weaponry was confirmed>>40128465Shall I go with this, then?
>>40128555you have no idea next week I vote for stupid next week
>>40128689Guys, is it weird that I want to artificially expand our island so much that it covers most of the lake?
>>40128712also, have the dwarves just kinda gotten used to us pulling fantastic bullshit out of nowhere, like the train?
>>40128712Not really but I'm more concerned about wrapping up the elves. Lets get some napalm on the research list with Mortars and incendiary grenades first.
hey art, you still alive?
>>40128965yeeeeeaah after last night ima leave this to the goodrolls anons.
Rolled 96 (1d100)>>40128965>>40128976smooth move x-lax
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>40128965>>40128976Hopefully, I am here for you!
>>40129023>>40129026and this is why I don't roll.not to mention all the natural ones from last night.
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>40128965
>>40128039After sending back the letter, you turn to your own troops. Tonight is going to be the first night that you’ll be defending from the elves. Let’s see what they’ve got.---It’s a few hours later, and the Rovah are now surrounding the city of the United Clans, all facing outwards and ready to take on the siege. The other humans who lived in the outskirts have all moved inwards to the center, leaving you the remaining buildings to set up as you please.Which you do.All buildings are connected using a system of bridges and such, so you have a wide network allowing each squad to send off runners (from the human population) as necessary, and can keep moving ammunition from the reserves up to the front lines. The gatling guns are all waiting and ready, each with a squad ready to load and start firing when the time comes.The howitzers are a few buildings back, set up in some of the squares that seem to be placed between the inner city and the outskirts or slums. From there, the howitzers can keep over the much shorter outskirt buildings from a point on top of the taller, wealthier infrastructure, raining hell down upon those that attempt to take the city.Of course, you also...>Have a full Dorven berserker complement. For fun.>are going to be on the front lines with the first power-armor suits.>have the assistance of the Dorven riflemen, who can act on the front lines>Have some fun magical spells for later.
>>40129376>Have some fun magical spells for later.I cant' resist the mystery box.
>>40129376>Have some fun magical spells for later.whats in the box?! WHATS IN THE BOX?!
>>40129376>>have the assistance of the Dorven riflemen, who can act on the front linesit would mend relationships between the two groups
>>40129376just remember to pass out flash lights and spot lights. hell strobe lights too it seamed like the light from the guns hurt them as much as the bluets
>>40129457>>40129433>>40129417>>40129400You guys finish up voting, then roll 1d100 for the result.I just need to drive a family member somewhere.
Rolled 69 (1d100)>>40129530
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>40129530
eeeh, decent I guess, that 69 really saved us.
>>40129530drive a family member up the wall
>>40130210No, he does it to me.He's one of those people who says dank unironically. Save me.
>>40130254>dank?like weed or basement dweller
>>40129376...have some fun spells. And seeing the elves start to emerge from the forest in front of you, it’s likely that it’ll be used quite soon.As the elves approach, some of the longer ranged squad’s (like Harriete’s Angels) start throwing lead downrange and through the invaders, sending them crushing to the ground. Soon enough they’re getting back up again, the shadows of the night making it remarkably easy for them to keep on coming. For every one that dies, the same one will rise again, acting as its own reinforcement.Soon enough, they’re just within the range of the normal rifles, and the gatling guns themselves. They start tearing through the crowd, and the bright flashes that keep on popping from the gatling gun provide a little light on the scene, making it even harder for the creatures to get back up again.And then that’s when...>you use the howitzers. Pound the ground, no mercy.>Use the spell. LET THERE BE->Offer them a chance at surrender. A true gentlemen.>Join the fight yourself. BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GODS.
>>40130380>Offer them a chance at surrender. A true gentlemen.and if that fails.>Join the fight yourself. BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GODS.>Use the spell. LET THERE BE-
>>40130380>Use the spell. LET THERE BE-seems like the best way to stop them from regenerating
>>40130380>Use the spell. LET THERE BE-No surrender. They had their chance, they are literally the big bad here.
>>40130380>>you use the howitzers. Pound the ground, no mercy.
Fuck I just realized we could have used flares instead of a spell to light up the night.
>>40130548You left road flares back at Roanoke.
>>40130591I was thinking more like this.
>>40130654You have no military flares, but you may have a few rescue flares.Back at Roanoke.Writing for LET THERE BE.
>>40130591so no fireworks at home fuck you would think we would have a great display for the holidays ? we should make fire works
>>40130721Fireworks? Oh, you have a shed full of those.
>>40130380You raise your hand. In response, the team of dorves standing next to you all launch the giant ass paper planes they have in their hands into the air. They quickly make it to the top of their parabola, and then unravel, turning to face the Elves. And then, everything lights up.The elves all scream in pain at the light, and you notice more of them dissolving now, not just into a white powder like usual but inverted, an ash that drifted away from them, to fall to the ground, inactive.The gun crews take advantage of this, and keep on firing.Soon enough, the entire field is full of dead elves, with none left except your own troops.Welp. That worked.You turn back to face the humans you are watching, and you bow to them. “I am the Rovahkin, and I have delivered upon my promise.”And slowly, slowly, the humans start to clap, until you are drowning in the applause. Dralich comes up to you, and raises your hand above your head, shouting, “Rovahkin!”“Rovahkin!”“ROVAHKIN!”"---Archive: suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=ArtemisQMTwitter: https://twitter.com/artemisQMThat's it for today. May resume later tonight or something. But, we're taking a break, and going back to Magical Soldier Quest! Where it all started, eh?Anyway, have a lovely day.
>>40130843FUUUUUUUUCK we kick ass.
>>40130843Thank's for running Artemis!
>>40130920>>40130924Always a pleasure.
It's nice how elves are the monsters.