Haha, bit of a later start than I intended, sorry. Got caught up planning a meal for the weekend. For myself, I mean. Incidentally, I think our next MC will be able to cook. haha. Anywhats, no real news here. I've got an ask.fm account, so we won't be doing anymore Q&A sessions in threads, unless i either get really bored or planefag drops the ball somewhere. Either is possible, though. hahah. Archive herehttp://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989++True to her predictions, you and Katya had about fifteen minutes of time alone before the girls were knocking at the door, complaining of bad dreams again. You hadn't even started undressing- a shame, really. You were just a little suspicious- they've never really disguised their general dislike of Katya, though they've never really acted on it. You suspect that's more because of you than anything on their part- they tolerate her for your sake, as it were. Clearly, this does not extend to allowing you time alone with her for any longer than a few minutes. You were going to send them back to their beds, perhaps sit with them until they were asleep again, but Katya beat you to the punch, telling the both of them it was ok, they could sleep with you tonight. They'd looked suspicious at the generosity on her part, probably not expecting it. To be fair, you weren't expecting it, either. Still, neither of them complained, sandwiched as they were between her and you. You decided, after they'd fallen asleep while you and Katya had remained awake, reading, that you'd have to say something, eventually- this kind of behavior can't continue forever. You've been willing to let it go till now because of how little you know about their past, but it won't be healthy to ignore it, either. 1/2 (I hope)
Either way, you woke up to the two of them still there, Stasya curled up against you and Lilya sleeping peacefully under one of Katya's outstretched arms. It had been a bit of a challenge to get up without disturbing them, though you managed to pull it off tolerably enough that they didn't wake up until after you'd showered and dressed. Your light breakfast had been interrupted by Brigitte, bringing in mail for you and Katya. Formal things, she'd explained- greetings from the German coven and the Matrons of Berlin, and a more formal, written request to meet Stasya and Lilya. That one is carefully worded and makes it painfully clear they not only expect you to be there, either with or without Katya, but that they'll happily accept any decision you make about what is- and isn't- ok to ask the girls. Plus, of course, there's Anya. You and Katya hadn't really talked much about it yesterday, with each other or the girls, but it's going to be something you do need to handle- and soon. You're sure all the various matrons in the city are anxious to talk to the girl, and unlike with Stasya and Lilya, there's no guardian of witches to go through to get to her. While you doubt they'll engage in any high intensity interrogation, you have your doubts that her mental state is going to be up to even the personal questions the matrons would be asking. Part of you feels like you should step in, there, though you're still not really sure how much actual power you have to do so. 2/3 (haha, nope)
The problem is, will all these things to handle, your day is almost completely full. You know the matrons have the clout to bump themselves to the top of your to do list if you agree to talk to them- and might be willing to buy you some time to take care of something that doesn't involve the brass or politicians, but at the same time, it's not every day the commandant of the UN defense forces asks to speak to a pilot- even one like you- personally, face-to-face. You doubt he'd care too much about another couple of hours, but then again, you don't think the matrons would care too much either.  I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.  We'll talk to the Matrons first, it could be a lead on the girl's histories.
>>40202346> I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.
>>40202346>[x] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.
>>40202346KATYA WAS CUNTBLOCKED WTF>[x] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.
>>40202346> I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.You don't get brass much shinier than him.
>>40202346>[X] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.If the Matrons complain, we'll just point out that Russians throwing nukes around is a bit of a problem.
>>40202346>[X] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.
>>40202346>[x] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.Work first, Matrons later. Best night of the week!
>>40202346> I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.Well, work and all that. Better see what they want before they send MPs to find us.
>>40202346> I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.Also,>DicerollsIT'S BEEN NICE KNOWING YOU, FRANK!
>>40202346> I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.We could send a letter back to the matrons asking for a list of questions they want to ask that we can review, as well as what topics are off the table. That will give them something to do in the meantime, and it won't feel like we're ignoring them.
>>40202346> We'll talk to the Matrons first, it could be a lead on the girl's histories.
>>40202346>>40202346>[x] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.Duty before witches.>>40202489>DicerollsThose are happening?
>>40202530Ghost talking about dicerolls on Twitter yesterday;but they are planned for sequel iirc.
>>40202542would that sequel still be in the SW'89 universe?
>>40202542>>40202530If we're doing rolls, I'd like to do it for a skipper MC for once.Also, might post Move 3 of my writefagging if the schedule permits...
>>40202573I hope so!
While I haven't caught up to this yet, it still didn't stop me from making this thing. Here's some delicious brown for you guys!
>>40202632AW YEAH PIXEL
>>40202632looks good 7/10
>>40202346>[X] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related.Bros before hoes. Also supporting >>40202507 add-on.
>>40202632All Hail the glorious Pixelfag
>>40202489>dice rollsU wot m8
>>40202632NO! Pixel! Ghost will be too busy with tissues and hand lotion to update!
>>40202632We chose poorly.
>>40202671Check ghost's twitter, chief. He's considering implementing dice rolls for his next quest.
>>40202676Cause that's something that doesn't happen often...
>>40202632baller work pixel
>>40202690They did check his twitter, they are just suffering from a terminal case of poor reading comprehension, complications with shiposting.
>>40202676Didn't she make it clear she just wanted a fuck buddy and not an actual relationship?Also, we tapped that when we had the chance. I'd say that was a good decision.
>>40202676we have a harem. how hard would it be to add her in?I know that the chances of adding anyone else into the harem, but a man an dream can he not?
>>40202346>[x] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related. we'll always be witch catnip, but we won't always be the greatest pilot in the world. make hay while the sun shines.
>>40202752>will we see another Eastern Europe witch joining spellcaster in future? Someone from Belorussia or Ukraine, perhaps? Also, will the harem grow larger? Mangafag>VF-3 at this point is pretty full up, though there's requests from allied nations to put pilots/witches in with it to see if they pick anything up. As is, however, that's very unlikely.And I doubt it. Katya's quite happy with arrangements as is, and doesn't want to push her luck, Ice would be against it, and Slider would make it a case of them or her no matter how much she liked them as a person- it's weird enough as is.
Anyone have to that link to that fic with Bridgette and Frank having. . . relations by any chance?
>>40202632>that face >the derp eyes>Thighs nearly thick as head, even when adjusted for perspective >Hips more than thrice the width of the head, even when adjusted for perspective>planes of the rifle components are not aligned>Hand that's not holding the rifle looks flat or squashed compared to the other hand which actually has volumeu wotexcellent camo and detail on that rifle. Hair looks really good as well.
>DicerollsLike, there's nothing inherently wrong with them but they introduce something rather fundamental into a quest.Without dice, the only resolution mechanic is voter choice. The QM presents options, and the outcomes depend on which one the players pick. People can cry about terrible voters all they want, but in the end success or failure rides upon what the QM offers and writes.With write-in votes this gets a bit more wibbly, but the final conclusion still stands.With dice, success or failure is a step removed from the players and the QM. Sure, the QM can always bullshit things, and how much of an effect the dice have on events is still up to him, but with dice it is possible to do nothing wrong and still fail.That's a perfectly acceptable game philosophy, but it's drastically different from when dice are absent.
>>40202875To be fair, Ghost has implemented the vote system for two quest-seasons now. Considering that the next quest might be a new MC, a change in game mechanics is welcome.That's just my opinion though. I don't know what the others think.
On reflection, I don't really think Katya's going to be too broken up about the girls cockblocking her. If anything, it makes her look forward to foursome night more as it'll have Tabitha and Rachel as an audience.
>>40202967I'm not offering an opinion one way or the other, just that the differences must be considered.
>>40202967i have no problem if ghost wanna to use it on his next quest, as long as we have something like... idol star? on Cyberpunk Idol Quest.
>>40202972>audienceYou mean Ice and Slider tied up right
>>40203043I think it was star power MF.>>40202999Ah, sorry chief!
[x] I'll see the UN Commandant first, since that's directly duty related. Duty takes precedence over the matrons, you decide- while they're anxious to meet the girls, they can wait another couple hours you figure. You help clean up the table while you have Stasya fetch Brigitte, who was waiting outside. She saunters in with that easy gait she seems to adopt in 'relaxed' settings, sprawling herself over a chair, draping one leg over the armrest. “So,” She says, grinning at you and Katya. “Who I be takin ya to see first, hmm? Mebby de chaplains?” Katya laughs. “There is no wedding yet, Brigitte.”“A pity.” She says“We’re going to see the commandant.” You say, before the two of them really get going. “We?” Brigitte asks. “No, I tink ya misunderstood baron. He wantin to see you, not you and de little ones and Katya.” “But-” You start to protest, she manages to cut it off with another catlike grin. “I tink ya be jus fine for an hour or so widout bein surrounded by girls, oui baron?” She says. “Besides, mebby it be givin Katya and dem some time to be bondin.” You notice the girls look at each other, then over at Katya, who gives them a tentative smile. “You're coming with?” You ask. Brigitte nods. “O course.” She responds. “You tink dey jus let ya be drivin around unescorted?” She laughs. “We could always go see Anya.” Katya says, thoughtfully- the girls both look sharply at her, then over at you.  I'd like to come along, if you can wait Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.
>>40202875The ideal setup would probably be a mix of the two. If it's not done very carefully, making success and failure dependent entirely on player choices can lead to a situation where one option is clearly better than the others, or options that look reasonable come with a hidden trap that will fuck the players over without them ever being able to see it coming. Or none of the choices lead to failure in the first place, which can make the choices completely pointless. Dice rolls allow for more leeway. You can give the options a higher chance of success depending on what they choose to do, but success and failure aren't a foregone conclusion.
>>40202972I doubt that the night will be successful, what with the girls having nightmares. And if we recruit Anya then she might jump to conclusions about the noise.Thus, we REALLY need soundproofing boards.
>>40203095>[X] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.Maybe Anya will react better if Frank isn't there.
>>40203095> I'd like to come along, if you can waitNOPE NOPE NOPEYandere big sister isn't a good thing to wake up to in the morning
>>40203095> I'd like to come along, if you can wait
>>40203095> Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.our schedule is packed enough already, soooooooooI mean it's not like Katya needs us to babysit her.
>>40203131>I mean it's not like Katya needs us to babysit her.>babysit herL-lewd!
>>40203095> Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.
>>40203095>[x] I'd like to come along, if you can wait>seeing Anya>Without us in the room to protect our daughters if necessary.
>>40202972Didn't we already figure out a 7-day Fronk distribution scheme?IceSliderKatyaIce SliderIce KatyaSlider KatyaIce Slider Katya
>>40203095> I'd like to come along, if you can waitI wanna be in on that to support daughterus through trying times.
>>40203095>[X] I'd like to come along, if you can wait.BEST NIGHT OF THE WEEK!
>>40203095>[X] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the MatronsNot having her age button around should help the entire matter.
>>40203095>[x] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.
>>40203095> Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.>>40203097Yeah. Though,>but success and failure aren't a foregone conclusion.Is correct, the POSSIBILITY of failure is always there. No matter how you stack the odds, there's always the chance that with dice you will fail. Unless you don't do critfails, in which case certain rolls become equivalent to simple votesOr unless you have something like Star Power to remedy bad rolls, which adds a nice dimension of player resource management to offset the whims of fate.Shrug.
>>40203095>[x] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.Maybe this'll convince the girls not to barge in early next time.
>>40203095> Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.The girls need to learn how to stand on their own two feet. Overdependence can be just as harmful as neglect.
>>40203167Huh. Yeah, we did. Adding anyone else would probably screw the schedule up something fierce, no matter how much Konstantina howls in despair.
>>40203095>[x] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.As much as I'd rather go along with them when we deal with Anya, this might be better. She might try to say us being there is intimidating Stasya and Lilya into saying that they are fine with us.>>40202875Honestly the only quests I never had a problem with dice in is everything Papa-N runs but that's mostly cause of the Hue's.
>>40203095> Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.If anything us being there would make things worse.
>>40203095>[x] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.She might be more open when she sees it doesn't take the Butcher breathing down their necks to keep them this side of the curtain.
>>40203095>>40203095>Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.AFTER TWO YEARS AND A WEEK OF BINGING I CAN FINALLY PARTICIPATE AGAIN
>>40203248>>40203248With four people, it'll work out even if we have threesome six days a week, and all four of them together on the seventh day. We'd have to cut the one-on-one time though.
>>40203095> Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.i see the risks of the choice but with katya this might be a good thing.
>>40203233Also if we're present Anya might think that they're too frightened to speak up against our 'horrible treatment' of them
>>40202875i can see dice rolls being a fun component of a frantic trollercoaster quest with lots of shiptoasting, but it would have to be fast and shallow stuff to keep the tension up.
>>40203355I, for one, hope it is a Kant-o-celle spinoff
>>40203167I still maintain that Frank must have the pelvis of a Norse god to survive this set up.The closest we've found is Bullseye from PJ-witches.
>>40203386Frank is now a demi-god, and half-Asgardian.Frank is Thor when?
>>40203451>Thor>Not Garm>ZERO intensifies
>>40203386>>40203451I dunno, I think he'd be more like a Greek or Phoenician god. >inb4 Baal Fronk
>>40203386No, he just gets a bionic pelvis. Putin is pretty bro.
>I'd like to come along, if you can wait.
>>40203095>[x] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.shake hands with danger, kids
>>40203541Question is, would Putin use EVHUL SOVIET MAGIC SCIENCE to make all of our sperm turn into god damn reds?If it does, would that mean the next quest would end with us having a dog fight to the death with our sons/daughters?
>>40203541He doesn't really need augments for that.
>>40203636>Titans Quest>You are Cronos, King of Titans, and right now you are facing off against you three sons
>>40203670>i_never_asked_for_this.wmv>>40203636>dog fight>to the deathWrong answer anon. We'll just headpat them until they join our side.
>>40203636I don't think that you can get genetics that advanced... Or integrate it into a mechanical pelvis.
>>40202632Anachronistic sight. The special operators of the era were depicted with aimpoint sights stuck to the carry handle. Lookin'good otherwise.
>>40203678Wait, wouldn't Cronus off himself rather than kill his family?>AGAIN.
>>40203733Depends, unless it's pre-Zeus!Fronk and he goes off eating all his children
I'm patiently awaiting the thread where after the war we go shopping with our daughterus, and we find action figures of everyone.What would be everyone's responses when Frank buys the entire set?
>>40203977All the Anons would be 'OH YEAH' while the characters would be all 'really? you did that?'
>>40203977>>40204005>Figma of Ice aiming her Super Garand>Image Description: Get back to writing, faggot
>>40204005Pretty much this but iirc we are only well known within small circles and communities. The public knows of our deeds but not the person I think
>>40204025the internet will change that in a decade or less with how tech is bursting forth.
>>40204069Those classified squadron diaries tho
>>40204069Merlin becomes the mother of the Internet.Most of the early internet sites are devoted to chocolate cakes and how to eat them in gradually interesting ways.>>40204080I'd actually think the diaries would become something like the in-universe Letters book with Georgette and NickThat or the novel and movies would.
I can already imagine what the family would be like twenty years later.>Stasya and Lilya are highly respected among Navy witches and are considered the archetype of 'Steelwing' witches.> Frank's next three daughters (each with a different mother) are looking forward to long, successful careers as 'standard' Navy aviation witches.>Frank is retired from the Navy, and works as a civilian flight instructor and stunt flyer.>Tabitha is a highly-respected Matron, with Rachel and Katya as her 'chief minions' in coven politics.>No idea on sons, but there must be a few sprinkled in there.
>>40204122>Most of the early internet sites are devoted to chocolate cakes and how to eat them in gradually interesting ways.
>>40204126>Frank begets a son who operates operationally>It's Brigitte's>>40204122Depends on when their classified status expires, however.
>>40204126Sounds like bad fan fiction I rather wait until we see more development in several parts of your image before accepting it
>>40204162>>40204122And that, my fellow anons, is how FOOD PORN came into existence.
>>40204126>one of his son will founding an trans-atlantic counter terrorist unit.
>>40204210Waitwhat have I doneI MADE MERLIN LEWD!?I'msorryghostI'msosorryghostpleaseforgiveme
>>40204228Raven Shield/Athena Sword Quest soon?
>>40204228And that's how Tom Clancy became immortal
>>40204126I can imagine Frank's sons staying well clear of the navy or any service for that matter. It's probably impossible to life up to his legacy.
>>40204367One is a great political leader, taking the lead in the futureAnother is a ground pounder or spec ops.A third is the playboy movie starand the fourth is going to be a marriage/sex counselor.
>>40204250>>40204210>Ghost doesn't want Merlin to be lewded>Anons goes ahead and makes her into the first goddess of food porn. >facepalm.jpg
>>40202632This is what period operators look like.
>>40204464>Ice>Brigitte/Slider>Katya with a dash of Mav>Katya
>>40204485well, technically the one get lewded is the food so its ok.
>>40204500What is that, a bangalore?
>>40204500so what you're saying is Brig lacks both the glasses of some variety and mustache to be a true period operator?
>>40204500What the hell goes in that long-ass package?
>>40204485I NEVER INTENDED FOR THIS TO HAPPENAll I said was eating food in interesting ways, not lewd ways!
[x] Yeah, that makes sense. I'll see the commandant, you go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons. You nod. “Yeah, that makes sense, especially given how she reacted to me yesterday.” You say, noting the faint frown on Sasya's face. “I'll go see the commandant, you three go talk to Anya, then we'll meet to talk to the Matrons.” Brigitte nods, apparently satisfied enough with the response. “Wid dat sorted, we need ta be goin, baron.” She says, standing up and brushing off her uniform blouse, straightening it out. “We not runnin late, no, but we will be if we be stayin heah much longah.” You nod, hugging both the girls and taking your cover from Stasya before kissing Katya and heading out of the door with Brigitte.“So where are we meeting him?” You ask. “We're a long way from New York.” Brigitte laughs. “Like dey be tryin ta get me dat far north. We be meetin him heah in de city, De UN annex neah de government buildings, ovah in de Tiergarten.” Her pronunciation of the last makes you look over at her. She shrugs. “De German language and de cajun tounge, dey don't be getting along well, no.” She says. She guides you to a waiting sedan, taking the driver's seat while you take the passenger's side. “So what's he want to talk about, anyway?” You ask as she merges into traffic. For the first time you think in ever, you see her hesitate. “Deah be some... questions.” She says, after a second. “Bout how ya be knowin ta go after dat bomber, and why dat bomb go off de way it do.” 1/3
“So I've gotta defend what I did?” You ask. “Maybe I need to stop doing this kind of thing.” “Ya need ta stop, cos ya be havin two little ones ta be comin home for.” Brigitte corrects. “Dis got nuttin ta do wid dat. Dey be worried ya be knowin, and dat how ya be knowin, dat be something anyone else can do. De nuclear bomb, it be de UN's best weapon foah makin sure de Martians, dey don't be tryin again. If ya be able to spot dem before dey dropped, dat mean mebby someone else can.” “And maybe that someone else will be a squid?” You ask. She nods. “Dat be de problem. 'Tween you and me, baron, I tink dey just panicking. Dey be tryin to do someting, anyting, jus ta not be tinking bout it."You shrug. "Not hard to see why they would be." She nods again. "Oui, I be knowin. De point be, I don't tink dey really be after ya like dat. I tink dey just so scared dey not really be knowin what else ta be doin. Dey be axin maman bout a plan ta go in and disable megalith too, ya be knowin dat?" She laughs. "Like dat someting dat can be done. I tole dem dey be needin an army ta take de place, dey jus nodded like dey be tinkin o givin maman one!" You snort, and she shakes her head. "Dey scared, dat be all, baron." She says again. "Jus tell dem the truth, ya be fine." 2/3
You nod as she pulls up to the gate of the UN building here in Berlin and flashes her ID at the guard. You see him take it and blink when he reads it- then hand it back and salute as Brigitte drives past and parks the car. Inside the building, she leads you to an elevator, letting you get in first, then closing the door, smiling and shaking her head at a trio of people looking to make it over to catch the ride up. At the top floor, you're met again by a group of guards, this time in the darker service uniform of the UNDF, their G3 BK rifles slung across their chests. Brigitte openly eyes one of the rifles then grins at the trooper carrying it while they examine your IDs again. They let you pass after a minute, while Brigitte guides you further into the building till she stops in front of a nondescript door and knocks. She opens it to a half-heard response and motions you in, standing outside herself. Inside, you're greeted by the well-known commandant of the UNDF, General Cheung, originally from China. He's joined by the UN's headmatron, a German witch named Wick. The room itself looks to be a fairly plain meeting room- a long table dominates the center, while chairs line either side. The back wall is a window, looking out across the tiergarten and the river in the distance. "Ah, Lieutenant commander Bishop." The general says, standing and returning your salute, before shaking your hand. "We've heard quite a lot about you."  A lot of that's made up, sir.  I hope it's mostly good?
>>40204634>[X] I hope it's mostly good?
>>40204634>[x] I hope it's mostly good.
>>40204634> A lot of that's made up, sir.
>>40204634> I hope it's mostly good?
>>40204634> A lot of that's made up, sir. NO SIR, THAT THING ABOUT ME BEING A DECENT FATHER IS AN ATROCIOUS LIE>>40204582>Dat rifleWe shouldn't be called UNDF. We should be called EDF.>www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Okc7KGorGk
>>40204634>[x] I hope it's mostly good?
>>40204634> Other> I'm honestly not sure whether that's a good or bad thing these days.
>>40204634>A lot of that's made up, sir.
>>40204634>[x] I hope it's mostly good?We have not done anything bad. Except maybe annoying a few matrons.
>>40204634>[x] A lot of that's made up, sir.>De nuclear bomb, it be de UN's best weapon foah makin sure de Martians, dey don't be tryin again. If ya be able to spot dem before dey dropped, dat mean mebby someone else can.Just like the worry over Anti-ballistic missile systems, fun.>dat rifle God damn my rock is cock hard.
>>40204531No idea. Just googled Panama specops. Was just looking for a picture of period gear.>>40204531Doesn't look like one to me.>>40204537Yes. No, but seriously, I'm just sperging about the carbine.
daughteru is displeased going to meet Anya with father's soviet boyfriend
>>40204768>Father's soviet boyfriend>boyfriendWell that technically counts...
>>40204634>[x] I hope it's mostly good?inb4 we're the reincarnation of young
>>40204634>[X] Other"I guessed that much. The woes of being famous."
>>40204634>I hope it's mostly good.>Inside, you're greeted by the well-known commandant of the UNDF, General Cheung, originally from China. OH SHIT, IS IT ABOUT TO GET CHINA STRONK IN HERE?
>>40204861>WE BUILD FOR CHINA>CHINA WILL GROW LARGER>BATTLEMASTER REPORTING
>>40204861>>40204939>CHINA HAS BEEN GENEROUS>THE PEOPLE'S ARMY>NOBODY WILL NOTICE THEIR MONEY IS MISSING
>>40204963>WE FIGHT FROM HIGH PLACEThe Chinese are the Martians.
>>40205019>EXTRA LARGE>I WILL CRUSH THEM>THIS IS THE OVERLORD TANKhow do I spoiler?
>>40205019>tfw no Black Lotus to add to the harem
>>40204939BRIGHTER THAN THE SUNBE CAREFUL, SHES FRAGILEBEHOLD, THE BRINGER OF LIGHT
>>40205067>NO SYSTEM IS SAFE>WE FIGHT FOR CHINA>WE STAND TOGETHER>THERE IS ALWAYS A WAY IN
>>40205165>LET LOOSE THE JUICE>FIRESTORM READY>THE EARTH WILL BURN
>>40204939>>40204963>>40205019>>40205067>>40205077>>40205156>>40205165>>40205214>Catches up with Strikers 89>All these C&C Generals China quotes>LET'S GIVE THEM AN AIRSHOW
>>40205214>2,000 Volts, coming up>C-c-c-combo breaker!!!.mp3
>>40205250God damnit Leeroy!>THE INSTRUMENT OF DOOM>I CAST A DEADLY SHADOW>>>>>>KIROV REPORTING
>>40205275>www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IHrpp5gtMAComrades, let me go first! I am mandatory Matrosov meatshield!>CONSCRIPT REPORTING.>FOR THE UNION>ATTACKING
[x] I hope it's mostly good?You try out a grin. "I hope it's mostly good, sir?" He chuckles. "Mostly. It seems to depend upon whom I'm hearing it from. The Soviet union is convinced you're some kind of bioweapon and that we should be investigating America for breeches of the treaty of Warsaw." He shakes his head, then looks over at you. "You're not, are you?" "Not as far as I'm aware of, no." You respond, glad to see he's got a sense of humor. He nods. "Good to hear." He motions for you to take a seat, then sits himself at the head of the table, matron Wick sitting to his right. "I want to start out by telling you that this is not a court martial or anything of the sort, lieutenant commander. We're simply curious." You nod. "I'd guessed you might be, sir." "Nuclear weapons are some of mankind's best defenses against extraterrestrial threats. Megalith, Stonehenge, and Chandelier all use them, Arkbird can be equipped with them, and general use in warfare is strictly prohibited." He says. "But their effect lies in us being able to deliver them. You understand why we're concerned about you being able to detect this warhead?"  Kind of, sir.  Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.
>>40204485So, Merlin creates The Food Network? I'm fine widdat.
>>40205267>Not Fai quotes Filthy American
>>40205303> Kind of, sir.
>>40205303>[x] Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.
>>40205303>[X] Kind of, sir.Do we even know how we spotted the nuke? I just assumed it was something about the plane, not the bombs it was carrying.
>>40205303>[x] Kind of, sir.Wait, I forgot, it was Merlin who realized it was a nuke, right?
>>40205303> Kind of, sir. > Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.Por que no los dos?>>40205327>Liking the Tigress>Not liking the Prince of StealthInfidel
>>40205303 Kind of, sir.
>>40205303> Kind of, sir.I'm pretty sure we just found the plane though and realize what it was carrying until it blew.
>>40205303>[x] Kind of, sir.where the fuck is merlin?she knows the techno-babble, we just fly jets and fuck witches.
>>40205360Merlin knew there was something weird about the plane, but I don't think she knew what. Otherwise, we wouldn't have been surprised when we saw it explode.
>>40205384>where the fuck is merlin?she knows the techno-babble, we just fly jets and fuck witches.This.
>>40205303>[x] Kind of, sir.They do know their talking to the wrong crew member right?>>40205352Merlin said there was a weird signature.
>>40205303> Kind of, sir.>Frank is a bioweaponMy sides, Goast.Now I want a pic of Frank in only his underwear, posing majestically for all the women in the Soviet Union to see. Under that is a word: DDANGEROUS AMERICAN BIOWEAPON.
>>40205386Hm.Who told the Commandant that we had some sort of ESP that can detect nukes then?Also weird signature could've meant anything from just a new type of bomb or just a bunch of rocks in there. Seriously though we've got to explain that we're WAY out of our league here; it's better to talk to Merlin who built the sensor suite herself than us, who just flies the plane.
>>40205303> Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.
>>40205303[X] Kind of, sir. [X] Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.Both.jpgMerlin was like StrangeEnergySignatureDetected.wav, we only realized it was a nuke when the thing went off.
>>40205419>Insert image of frank holding a box of .50 cal ammo with his butt out here
>>40205303> Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.>and write in>Sir, are you aware of the term Gnome?
>>40205303>[x] Kind of, sir. you're all fucked when the hulk gets back
>>40205303>Frank the BioweaponI wish he said yes.>You see, I produce this aura called 'Swag'. It's effects are incredible. If I don't turn it off before I hit the sack, I wake up covered in witches.
>>40205419>Fronk arrives in a soviet city>Has to be assigned guards to protect him from women who want to claim him as their husband.
>>40205454Yeah. The real answer to "How did we know to go after it?" was "We didn't.">>40205479Shut up
>>40205479>TFW General Cheung reveals that he too is a Gnome.
>>40205481>Using the term SWAG unironicallyPls no
>>40205502>His equivilent of a chaff pod is a tube filled with his used underwear fired by compressed air.>it works surprisingly well, but attract Konnie and other soviet academy witches.>Fears of him being a bio-weapon escalate.
>>40205479Its got nothing to do with being a gnome and all to do with the Wyvern's upgraded sensor suite.
>>40205471I got your back anon!
>>40205303... you know, I think the UN guy is over thinking this. And on the wrong track entirely.As I see it: There's a bunch of fightersAnd then there's a Blackjack. On the front line. In a furball.I mean that's suspicious as fuck. So yeah.I mean I get it, everyone is rattled because "OMG NUKE" but it was an out of place plane, in a pitched battle, and a rather conspicuous one at that.It's not that hard to put 2 and 2 together and assume it was important for other reasons that "IT MUST HAVE A NUKE ON IT".
>>40205554I had a feeling it was pretty much this.Pic related.
>>40205303[X] Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.The chain of events was:>weird signature>check it out>Soviet bomber, maybe super tech?>bring it down>My God, Frank, a nuke!How could we have known?
>>40205572I suppose because it was less LEL OOC PLANEand more on nukes being unused in human-on-human warfare.
>>40205572Basically this, yeah.If you don't want your nukes shot down, don't fly them near planes that are faster than them.
>>40205601>>40205572The idea is that Merlin's sensors picked up something weird at all.If sensors could do it accidentally, then Martians intentionally trying could also develop it.
>>40205649Just a question though, IRL do we have the tech to do this sort of thing intentionally or not?
>>40205624And when the projected flight path puts it within striking range of a super ace with one of the most advanced jets in the world .
>>40205572Yeah. We tried to gun it down so the UN could recover the wreckage since it was a new plane, but if we had known a nuke was involved, we would have hit it with the Tesla cannon right away.
>>40205649I suppose this is true. I mean, seems sort of odd that sensors detected that at all. Super Geiger counter I guess.
>>40205776We have the precursor to DRADIS?Sweet.
>>40205693IRL no, we base most of our detection methods off of spy sats, earthquake monitoring and well the fact that when an ICBM launches, it becomes very very obvious. Also good ol' fashioned spying.
>>40205693We have radiation detectors though they don't detect nukes, they're there for dirty bombs terrorist would use. We've got early warning radar that looks for ICBMs which is the more likely way of delivery.
>>40205303> Seems to me there's a pretty big difference between a bomb in an aircraft or a missile or a shell from a railgun, sir.You called for a railgun?
>>40204485That gives me an idea.>>40205419At this point there MUST be secret plots by every secret agency and coven in the world to steal Fronk's genetic material for science.All of them secretly foiled by Nixon and Brigitte who work hard to maintain a monopoly.
>>40205882Mother Belka Calls!And Frank Bishop will answer!
>>40205877Go for it. I want to see it.
>>40205952>www.youtube.com/watch?v=80XAJKqRU9kWe Helhound Garm naoThere is no stopping it
Guys, how do I spoiler and strikethrough?I'm absolutely newfag at this.
>>40206056https://www.4chan.org/faqThere ya go anon
>>40205877>Secret agencies run tests on Frank>They are all frustrated when it turns out that genetically he's a healthy, male human.>However when the Y chromosome is swapped for an extra X chromosome, the cloned subjects ALWAYS manifest witch abilities
>>40206056Highlight the text you want to spoiler, then Ctrl+S
Also, is ghost ded? Quick, summon him with lewds.
>Enemy super ace challenges King of the fucking Sky, throws the gauntlet down, "You're a shitty dad" scribbled on the side>King of the sky instead takes the very first opportunity to fuck off and try to force this new big fat Russian plane down with guns onlySuspicious as fuck son.
>>40206141Kill yourself halley
>>40206092>>40206096>>40206107Thank you kindly anons.
>>40206161Not halley, but how was your day anon?
>>40206141Ice, Ice, baby....
>>40206215That always looks to me like she's bleeding from gouged-out eye sockets rather than embarrassed!blush.
That reminds me, how's progress going on the Frank/Ice lewdfic?
>>40206260uhuhuhwhy am I aroused at that
>>40206260Where we're going, we don't need eyes to lewd
>>40206215WAit, when did Decu draw that?
>>40206318a while back like way back
>>40206260Thanks now I can't get that out of my head.>>40206318Pretty sure that's Larro.
so.That helmet art, dust to dust reference feat. Frank and Konnie or Stasya and Lilya meets The Schools children
>>40206356You might right that Lorro did that.
Sorry about the lag time guys, had to do something. We're good now though! Writing now.
>>40206453Finally got Halley outta his spider hole?
>>40206303Gore fetishist confirmed.>>40206436Who? I'm honestly stumped.>>40206453Debrief on the Halley hunt soon?
>>40206436>Frank and konnieI know that adding her to the harem is impossible, but I still want it to happen, if only for the comedy.
>>40206453Operation KILL HALLEY completeder?
Ah fuck, i mean Raikov and Frank.....well, maybe Konnie can also work.Or Raikov with Red.For this one i referencing that Dust to Dust mission.
>>40206161ridire pls go
>>40206559>Merlin, have you got a camera feed?>Standby... there, I see him, top floor, near the restaurant>Looks like they know where here>M134 locked and loaded>This is for Jake
>>40206559>Raikov and FrankWe killing Volgin?I'll bring the napalm
>>40206688Remember, no mercy
>>40206715Volgin will wish for the sweet embrace of death by the time I'm done with him.
>>40206164If you're on a phone or can't ctrl-s for whatever reason you can also type the tags out manually as [spoilar][/spoilar]. AFAIK 4chan only allows spoiler tags on specific boards, the only other text option we get is quoting.
Friends, Brothers, the time is now. We must summon Ghost with everything we have.Join me in the Lewding.
[x] Kind of, sir. "Kind of, sir." You say, and he nods. "The trouble we're having is one that is related to an ongoing argument in the EDF." He says, pouring himself a glass of water from a pitcher on the table. "We rely on nuclear warheads to provide the bulk of our offensive punch, but we don't have that many, just a few hundred around the world. The plan has always been to launch conventional warheads as well, and seed the nukes throughout the barrage." "But if someone knows which missiles to hit with interceptors..." You say, trailing off as the general nods. "Exactly. What we need to know is how you did it."  My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.  It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?
>>40207119my stores of lewd are critically lewd
>>40207145> It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?
>>40207145>[x] It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?We knew something was up, but not that it was a nuke until it practically went off
>>40207145>[x] My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.Professional. Factual. To the point.
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.and> It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?this feels like a both moment since it true for both
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted. > It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?both were contributing factors to us chasing after it.
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.> It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?Bloody odd EVERYTHING is the answer.
>>40207145>[x] It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading? My RIO also detected strange readings from the bomber before we intercepted.
>>40207145> It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?"Though to be honest i don't expected nuke, maybe just some kind of other super weapon"
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.Case in point, what was strange about it was we didn't know it was a bomber until we got visual confirmation if I remember right.
>>40207145>Both>Sir, It was a combination of my RIO, Samantha Wells recognizing something was odd with that Red Bird, as well as the fact that it was there to begin with. Who sends in a single fighter bomber into a furball?Kinda hope the double response doesn't get merlin yoinked away from us, but hell, girl deserves the credit for at least pointing it out.
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted. But it was still kind of obvious, a lone bomber near a furball like that
>>40207145> It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted. Where it was and with Merlin just pouring fuel on the fire as it were. Don't take much than that to go after it.
>>40207145>[X] My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.
>>40207119Breaking the Ice is like a sport, when you think about it
>>40207215Fuck I mean a single bomber.
>>40207145>[x] It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading? The only way it could have been more obvious was if it was painted neon pink and blaring death metal through loudspeakers.
>>40207145>[x] Both>My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted, but even without her we still would've investigated. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading? Sounded like trouble no matter what direction you looked at it.
>>40207258I know it was a typo, but>Single Fighter>Insert OPERATION KATINA here
>>40207145>[X] My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.Emphasize that Merlin did not know it was a nuke. Only that it was VERY BAD.
>>40207304she never said it was bad. Just that it was emitting strange energy signals and that we should pay attention to it.
>>40207145>[x] My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted. >[x] It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?While we didn't know the Blackjack was carrying a nuke, it doesn't take a genius to figure out a strategic bomber in that position is up to no good.>>40207215Better not, we can argue the point that since the Reds have already used nukes we need Merlin even more incase they try that shit again/
>>40207215Why would it? If it wasn't little sister, then it would've been someone else manning the DRADIS suite onboard the Wyvern.It's the Wyvern that detected the strange signature. Merlin just pointed it out to us and we decided to investigate.
>>40207145>[x] It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?don't want to drop merlin in the shit, she'd have written it up if this was a thing ready for sharing.
>>40207241It's an all American Past time. My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.  It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?
>>40207145> My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted.Fuck secrecy. This is getting into preserving the Human race during the next Martian invasion.
>>40207689Why are you people scared of Martians?The true threat are the Gradosians and the Campbellians.>www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPALe1jTRzk>www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwcFMPOXBpM
>>40207145>[x] It was kind of obvious, sir. A lone bomber, that close to a major furball, on that heading?
>>40207689Agreed. It's not like they'll pull Merlin from us anyway, as we're an excellent team and the VDNI equipment in the back of the Wyvern won't work for anyone else (unless the US Navy can produce another VDNI-equipped RIO at the drop of a hat).
>>40207777>They do have another VDNI RIO>It's Orion
>>40207853and he is engaged to frank's ex girlfriend
>>40207853>OrionWho? are you talking about that witch that Matron Bitch was trying to swap with Merlin? She doesn't have a VDNI.
>>40207916IIRC its our previous RIO before Merlin.
>>40207916Not that anon, but Orion was Fronk's old RIO before Merlin came in to replace him. Old bud of Frank and Mav's on the Sara.
>>40207916franks old RIO that mav was dating that up and left both frank and mav with out a word of warning.
>>40207916He's talking about our old RIO, the dude from before the quest even started, before we got Merlin. I think he and Mav were fucking?
>>40207929>>40207935>>40207939oh, right him. Why does he have VDNI?
>>40207945He was Mav's first love.
>>40207916read thread 3, he's Franks previous RIO before he left due to Frank's reckless piloting. At the time Frank blamed Ice due to Ice being a bitch at the time.
>>40207953good to know
>>40207949It was meant to be a PLOT TWIST. There are very few reasons for him to have a VDNI though Ghost could easily come up with one.
>>40207949Anon just joking.and oh, its Davis, our supposed Merlin replacement.Also one of biggest cocktease on this quest, all of that build-up and she moved to other unit silently.
>>40208015We sort of cockblocked that hard ourselves by springing for VDNI.
[x] My RIO, sir. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we intercepted. "My RIO, sir. Lieutenant Samantha Wells. She detected there was something strange about that bomber before we made the intercept." You say, then shrug. "Though they could have done a better job of hiding it, an unescorted bomber that close to a furball is an item of interest no matter how you look at it." He snorts. "Regardless of that, you said your RIO was able to detect the warhead in the bomber?" "Not specifically, no sir." You say. "Only that it was putting out an odd signature. We didn't know what it was, until... " You pause, seeing the scorching white flash in your mind, clear as day. He nods, seemingly missing the pause. "But she was able to detect something. That's the problem. We'll have to talk to her at some point, as well, I'm thinking." The matron snorts, causing general Cheung to look over at her. "Good luck." She says. "Lieutenant Samantha Wells is impossible to get at. We've been trying. The American coven won't let us even approach her, and even if they did, the Japanese would block it." She honestly sounds kind of bitter. "She's the strongest machine talent ever, and no one can touch her." 1/2
The general looks back at you. "Sounds like your backseater is quite the girl, lieutenant commander." He says. "But we'll worry about that later. Do you know how she detected the warhead?" You shake your head. "No sir, I don't. She warned me through the link about it, we went to check it out. Tried to shoot it down before it crossed back into soviet airspace, they detonated their weapon when it was clear they weren't getting away." He nods again. "Well. This is certainly troubling. Of course, we're far more concerned with the fact that USSR deployed nuclear weapons against human targets, but you being able to detect them is deeply worrying as well. Thank you for speaking with us, lieutenant commander. Do you have any questions for me before you leave?" Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles? Need a pilot, after this is over?  Not really, sir.
>>40208158> Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?
>>40208158> Need a pilot, after this is over?
>>40208158> Not really, sir.
>>40208158>[X] Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?This seems beneficial to all parties involved.
>>40208158[x] Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?
>>40208158> Not really, sir.Time to go talk to the girls and see how Anya is before Matrons.
>>40208158> Need a pilot, after this is over? Slash, is that you?
>>40208158> Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?> Need a pilot, after this is over? Both are good.
>>40208158>[X] Need a pilot, after this is over?
>>40208158> Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?"im sure i would be her favorite person in the world if i got her one"
>>40208158>[x] Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?>[x] Need a pilot, after this is over? >[x] In return I could try to get you a meeting with Merlin, or at least a report on what sensors detected the nuke and what might of set off the sensors.
>>40208158>[x] Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?>[x] Can I get one of those fancy looking rifles?>[x] Need a pilot, after this is over? Cover all the bases.>The American coven won't let us even approach her, and even if they did, the Japanese would block it.The Japs got our back.
>>40208158> Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?Mmm, caseless...>>40208197Slashislivingherlifepeacefullywithherhusbandedgewhatareyousayingbruh
>>40208229This, by providing the UN with what they want but can't get would greatly enhance our bargaining position.
>>40208251DEADOVERTOKYO<<Who's challenging me next?>>
Why would we want to work for them. I thought we are okay in Spellcaster?
>>40208251Pretty sure the rifle isn't caseless, it's just a bullpup G3 which is just about one of the greatest things ever.
>>40208229>>40208158This.Help out. We'll earn some pull and goodwill from the EDF for this.I wonder though, if word from this will leak back to the chinese on how to detect stuff like that. Appointments like this are very often, political in nature as well. But its hard to work and worry about stuff like this.
>>40208277I forget. Did Laika fly alongside Camilla drones?
>>40208290I think by "all over" we mean "when I'm out of the USN"
>>40208291Ah, you're right. I thought it was a modification of another H&K design.
>>40208290Count the number of kids we'll need to put through college. We need as much money as we can get our hands on.
>>40208158Supporting >>40208229>>The American coven won't let us even approach her, and even if they did, the Japanese would block it.Weekly reminder that the Sakamoto family that our Merlin is marrying into is awesome.
>>40208297I think she was either alone or being escorted by flankers.
>>40208158>[x] Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?
>>40208297She did have them at some point. Jess and Katsumi found out the hard way.
>>40208400Oh yes. Thanks for the information Merc.>scribble scribble in notes
>>40208400>>She did have them at some point. Jess and Katsumi found out the hard way.>at some pointSo, Merc, how many of those did Jess, Katsumi, and Ogawa account for?
>>40208487Either Merc will actually specify the amount, or I'll BS something when I get around to writing that part.Should be done with my current piece this week, and then I can switch back to finishing the current air battle in Ogawa's story.
>>40208538Feelthy, I forget, did the IJN develop drones of their own or is it unique to Laika's unit?
>>40208582They were, afaik, Russian-built, unique to Laika's Nosferatu.That should be a really fun dogfight to write, even though the outcome is already known.
>>40208611Looking forward to it, then! Thanks for the info chief!
Frank/Ice lewds when.
>>40208611Noice. Looking forward to it, Feelthy.
>>40208672When Feelthy gets around to it.
For those who follow KCQ as well, I'm sketching away at something at the moment.
I have a foolish hope that Ace Combat Infinity will come out with a Megalith Special Raid around the time we inevitably have to do it in the quest.<<All right, let's get this party started.>>On that note off to pad my ranking in the Mobius tourney.
>>40208831>Keine x ShoukakuNo words halley. Just... No words.>www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Pz5KsyfN0
>>40208732...Halley, can you please move over to the nearest window? You'll get better lighting that way and I'll have a clearer shot...
>>40208831Needs more Mina
>>40208838Hey, maybe if you burn that stocked fast enough you'll have enough to buy this thing
>>40208831>Not with Admiral Settle.Meh.
>>40208918>>40208838Playable Arkbird and Gleipnir when
>>40208937NeverBut this did make it though
>>4020873221 pages at the moment, for what little good that means in terms of word files and my own, uh, unique writing habits and "style".
>>40208952>UNFSums up most reactions to it.
>>40208918Saving up for the XFA-27 instead actually, after I take my current plane to ten. Low on Bamcobucks at the moment.
>>40208952Meh, never been one for the Fenrir to be honest, SWBM-armed or otherwise.
We must summon ghost brothers.
>>4020896821 pages? No wonder Ice was so loud.
>>40208997>Insert Musashi here
>>40208984>4.5 MILLION>AND a lvl 10You do realize most all planes can do 15 or even 20 now, right?
>>40208968So your like half way down?
>>40208968>21 pages of lewdsHoly fuck what.This will be the lewds to last the ages.
>>40209042So uh, Strikers 89 Quest anthology for Comiket, anyone?
>>40208997These are the final lewds
>>40209048I would be amused to see japanese strike witches fans reactions to this quest>OOOOOOOOH AMERICANS, THEY TAKE THING AND MAKE BETTER!>NOOOOOOO, FILTHY GAIJIN RUIN MUH WAIFU FILLED SETTING, THEY MUST DIE! And thus started the Second Gempei War
>>40209042cross ange levels of fucking
>>40209073>Holding hands in the dim-lit roomTruly, lewds that will last the ages.
>>40209048I thought the plan for now is ACQ compilation for Comiket....
Anyone else feels like this is the final post of the day?
>>40209106Oh, right. But if we could put both SWQ and ACQ with a side of Aidorus for Comiket...
>>40208968You have to be talking about lewds for all three, in separate chunks.21 pages of lewds for one girl just just fucking ridiculous especially because you would have 2 more girls to do.
>>40209137Well knowing Feelthy, there is a lot of POV involving the characters, probably a good 30% is actually lewds.
>>40209132We would create some sort of fanwar singularityMaybe Bamco would finally give AC some love
>>40209156>probably a good 30% is actually lewds.Yeah, probably. It'd take a while for Ice to explain how bondage works exactly.
>>40209018I had been saving up for the XFA-27 for a while, but was pretty far from it on the research tree. Haven't decided if I'm going to ride my impulse buy Tigershark (currently lvl 9) to 15/20(bamcobucks depending) or try to grab the 27 and start leveling that.Or to go back to my lvl 10 Hornet and start leveling that up to 15.
[x] Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?You grin. "Any way I can get Brigitte one of those fancy looking rifles?" You ask. He leans back in his chair. "One of our battle rifles? you know those are tightly controled, right?" "If you can get me one for her, I can talk to Merlin, see if I can get her to come in and talk with you later." You offer, figuring fair's fair. "You think you could do that?" He asks. You shrug. "Sure, I don't think it'd be too much of a problem. At the very least I could try to get her to do a writeup for you." "If you can bring her in, you can have as many rifles as you want." He says. "I'll give you two for now, call it a goodwill gesture. In the meantime, while I'm sure Dick still has my contact information, take this." He hands you a simple business card, emblazoned with the logo of the UN defense forces on the front. "That has my office number on it." He says as you flip the card over to find some numbers written on it. "I'll call down to the armory in the basement, they'll give you the rifles." From there it's clear you're dismissed. You salute again, walking out to find Brigitte waiting across the hall, sitting on a couch there in a common area. She looks up as you approach and grins. "Ah, de baron return to me." She says, standing up. "How it go?" You shrug. "Not bad. got a surprise for you.""Anoddah suprise?" She asks. "Baron, yah be spoilin a girl. May jus have ta steal ya away from dem tree and keep yah for meself." You laugh. "Good luck. Let's go." You head back to the elevator, noting that Brigitte frowns when you set it for the basement."Baron, much as I be likin ya, we do be havin tings ta do." She says, as you follow the signs through the fairly spartan basement towards the armory. "We mebby find a secluded closet, oui, but maman don't be poachin from her sister witches like dat, no." 1/3
>>40209184I'm more interested in how she wants but denies heself of Frank, and her embarrassment of having her fetish exposed (again) on their first night.
>>40209166YesThis has to happen
"I thought you just said something about stealing me a minute ago." You say, teasingly. "Dat be different, if ya be leaving on ya own. Now spill, where you leadin maman?" "Ahah. Here." You say, turning into the armory. She follows you in, looking at the sparse room, the back wall broken by a counter, the opening above it covered in bars, and a steel security door. She stays quiet as you get one of the armorers over and show him your ID- and doesn't question it when he slides you a pair of the rifles and a flimsy cardboard box full of empty magazines. He has you sign it out, then scowls and makes a mark of his own in the record book, completing the whole transaction without a word. Brigitte looks at you suspiciously when you hand her one of the rifles and half the magazines. "You said you wanted one, right?" You ask, slinging the other across your back. "Well, there you go." She turns it over in her hands, then slings it and nods. "Gonna haveta steal ya for myself for true now." She says with a grin. "tink I'll warn dem befoah I do dat, oui. Tank you, baron." You laugh, returning her hug- she put extra effort to smash her chest into you, though she can't really compare with Slider in that department. "Anytime. Let's go catch up with the girls and Anya." She nods, and the two of you head out of the building, garnering some strange looks as you walk to the car and deposit the rifles in the back. You note that Brigitte already has a compact rifle back there, along with a pistol and a hatchet. Along with the pistol on her thigh, it's quite an impressive load for the middle of a friendly city hundreds of miles off the lines. Your drive to the security building is quick, though you're stopped outside it by a pair of armed tankwitches. Brigitte frowns and steps out of the car, motioning for you to stay inside and converses, quickly with one of them, then frowns, and looks back at you. 2/3
You know that look, and it's never, ever good. She walks back to the car, opening the trunk. "Brigitte?" You ask, getting out. "Get one dem rifle, come heah." She says, quietly. You obey, grabbing one of the rifles and she tosses you a box of the 7.62 ammo they use. "Yah know how ta be usin dat?" You nod, opening the box and starting to load the magazines. "What's going on." "Dat Anya. She manage ta knock out Your Katya and make a break out wid your little ones. Dey trackin her now, dey makin for de swiss embassy. Dere be a choppah on de way, we goan be on it." "If they get there?" You ask, automatically loading ammo in the magazines, your mind racing. "Den it become my realm." She says. "Don be worryin none, baron. We be gettin dem back befoah dat happen. You trust maman." You nod, slapping a mag in place and trying to look like you know what you're doing. Brigitte smiles at you as the thudding of rotor blades reaches you. "I be knowin bettah dan ta be axin ya ta be sittin back foah dis. But you do maman a favoah an you be followin my lead." She says, looking over at the witches and jerking her head at you. "How good are yah bein wid dat rifle?" "My dad was force recon, mom taught us to shoot on her M-14." You respond. Brigitte nods. "Shoulda known." She says as the chopper heaves into view- a black army bird, one with odd angles to it. Part of you, the small part that's not rapidly going into that combat mindset, thinks fuck. Not another helicopter.
>>40209232OW FUCK NAW
>>40209232I knew sending them without us was a bad idea.
>>40209232>Anya took the kidsBITCH GONNA GET SHOT NOW!SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR KNEECAPS!
And that's it for the night! Don't really have much news here either, sorry about the hiccup there in the middle of the thread though. Anyway, as usual, hope you guys had fun, and we'll back next week at the regular time! till then, gents, cheers!
>>40209232THAT'S A PADDLIN'!
>>40209232OH SNAP>>40209137>You have to be talking about lewds for all three, in separate chunksNope.I suspect that setting up Slider and Katya will each take time as well. There's character bits I like to agonize over.>>40209184“Well it’s a back massager or something right?” His face lit up as though doors in his mind were unlocking. “Oh. Ooooh.”“Yeah...”“How does that work out for you?” He asked. “I mean it’s gotta be noisy as hell... batteries, no batteries?”“I-it plugs in.”“To you or the wall?”“FRANK!”“Just curious, that’s all!” Frank scooted back in time to avoid a half-playful swipe from Tabitha.“A g-girl’s got needs too!”“Poor thing.” Frank grinned. “Life on the Sara must have—““SUCKED.” Tabitha finished for him. “No privacy, ever, especially when I needed some, you jerks would give me some sort of emergency to worry about. It was... especially bad near the end of our last cruise.”“Oh hooo...”“All your fault.”“So...” Now Frank was blushing, which got Tabitha to scoot in closer. “Didja get Slider to help out or what?”“Slider... help... pfffft—““It’s a legitimate question!”
>>40209232Shit, ending so soon? FUCK!
>>40209258Well hell. Thanks for that chief!Also permission to post chapter 3, over
>>40209270go for it!(You really don't have to ask everytime man!)
>>40209187The Hornet is worth the 15, because the 27 is literally a plane made solely for the WhalesSeriously, who fucking else has the resources to pay 4.5 million just to unlock the damn thing when the 1 > 2 upgrade is another million straight off
>>40209258Thanks for tonight boss!....and well, that really unexpected. I kinda hope for the worst but not this.
>>40209284Sorry, force of habit.______________________________So uh, previous parts herePart 1: http://pastebin.com/5a9jAytRPart 2: http://pastebin.com/KCwMbjQG__________________________________MOVE 3: Initiative, Material, DevelopmentMinister Takakura is dead, sir. Oh, is that so? His complacency came back to bite him, it seems. Things are still pretty quiet in the lower and middle echelons, but the higher-ups in the intelligence ministry are starting to panic, sir. I pity the fools. Resting too much on their laurels, thinking that no one would see through their charade. If a purge takes effect I wouldn’t be too surprised. That seems highly unlikely sir. Considering the situation our country is in right now… Oh, I was just joking, joking! Anyway, what else do you have for me? We’ve just confirmed that all classified information that he withheld from the Emperor have been retrieved by whoever broke into his compound, sir. Very thorough, I see. Good thing we were able to eliminate any data he had on the Amaryllis before things got leaked, eh? Indeed sir, although I’m worried he may still have some bits of information concerning Amaryllis stashed elsewhere… My dear, dear protégé, you worry too much! You are still pretty young and yet, you think like an old man! That won’t do you any good, you know. All due respect sir, it doesn’t really make a difference to me. Quite the resolve. I suggest you get that game face on for when the main phase begins, though. For now, be a good lad and fetch me my Bourbon Santos.
Speaking of lewds and the like, I ingested 5 pounds of skittles, and other various candies one night, and did this.http://pastebin.com/W9mJXvRt
>>40209284The girls will never trust us again, or just never trust Katya again. Man this sucks. I guess adoption is out of the question
>>40209232i think this is were Franks RAGE and PTSD that he has come to show and becomes death.
GOOD RUN GHOST
>>40209316ICHIMONJI’S SMILE STRETCHED from ear to ear as she set the safety on her MP5A3 before laying it down on the bench. She was literally skipping her way to Admiral Aikawa, her smile still unwavering as she closed in on her ‘prey’. “Looks like I win this one, Admiral!” Aikawa, for his part, was distraught, or at least looked like it. Seeing no other recourse, he raised his hands up in surrender. “All right, you got me there Ensign. Congratulations.” The assembled crewmen and aviators cheered in approval as the officer and the witch shook hands. Wholly justified, as it was an excellent shooting match overall, although it took a bit longer than planned. “You’re not too shabby yourself, Admiral!” Ichimonji replied enthusiastically. “To be honest, I thought I was going to lose back there. Your groupings were pretty tight!” Putting her hands on her hips, she added, “I didn’t think old men in peaked caps could shoot like that!” “I take offense to the last one,” Aikawa replied in mock indignation. Meanwhile, he momentarily turned to a nearby master chief, who understood his wordless order and immediately corralled the spectators back into the hangar deck, while two of the master chief’s subordinates policed up the spent brass and packed off the ensign’s submachine gun and the admiral’s own Type 89. Turning back to Ichimonji, he exclaimed, “Anyway, how about we get off this elevator and grab something to eat? Sounds good to you?” The young witch pouted. “You’re forgetting our agreement, Admiral!” she huffed, crossing her arms in annoyance.
>>40209302Good thing we've got those new rifles, maybe we can call up the squadron. I imagine Ice, Slider and Wendy would be more than willing to smack a bitch.
>>40209322I think that's a bit of a leap. We don't really know what happened for this to go down yet.
>>40209330Aikawa chortled at the gesture, causing Ichimonji to pout even more. “Yes, yes, I didn’t forget your one gallon of ice cream,” he said, lightly pushing the witch off the carrier elevator. He glanced back one last time on the makeshift target platform—a rubber dinghy with the target pads set up on stools—as it was being pulled back to the ship. In his mind, he scolded himself for slacking off at the range; he was lucky he found his rhythm early. Still, he can’t get over the fact that he was beaten squarely by a 13-year-old witch using a submachine gun, without magic enhancements, and beyond the weapon’s effective range. “I won’t hear the end of this from the boys at the armory…” “You said something, Admiral?” Ichimonji inquired, looking back on Aikawa who still had both hands on the witch’s shoulders as they entered the passageway leading to the wardroom. “N-No, no, nothing, nothing,” the admiral replied distractedly. “I was just… thinking about the paperwork for your immediate return to the air, I guess. I didn’t forget the agreement, of course.” Even without hearing a response, Aikawa knew the ensign was happy at the news, as she now seemed to be skipping through the passageway. “Anyway, where is Ensign Kaede? Didn’t she come with you to watch?” “Uh, no?” Ichimonji replied. “She went straight to the carrier’s library before the shooting started.” She then hummed a little ditty as they turned the last corner on the way to the ward room. Aikawa recognized the first few bars immediately—the Gunkan Koushinkyoku—and absentmindedly hummed along. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4viyTPzzzxI The little witch made a beeline for the big table as soon as they entered the wardroom, leaving Aikawa standing at the hatch. Shaking his head, he turned to a nearby steward and listed off the witch’s order, before proceeding to the table. “You’re really excited about this, huh?”
>>40209262>SUCKED.” Tabitha finished for him. “No privacy, ever, especially when I needed some, you jerks would give me some sort of emergency to worry about. It was... especially bad near the end of our last cruise.”Which cruise was that, it's been awhile
>>40209325"I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughters go now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will headpatyou."
>>40209347“Of course!” Ichimonji replied happily. “Who can say no to a gallon of triple chocolate and vanilla ice cream?” The admiral can’t help but smile at that. Ichimonji was a kid, after all. Seeing as it would take a while for the ice cream to arrive, Aikawa decided to chat. “You know, I still can’t believe you could use that submachine gun at that range. Are you sure you were not using witch enhancement back there?” “Nuh-uh,” the witch puffed. “I learned that back at the academy! The instructors said I was a natural, but they also told me that I should move up to bigger weapons before my training’s over.” “And yet you’re still using that old MP5,” Aikawa quipped. “It looks like it's gone beyond its operational life, even. Shouldn’t you drop—” “NO,” Ichimonji interrupted. “No, no, no, no, no, no, no!” The witch was breathing heavily afterwards. For a moment neither of them said anything. Ichimonji was still huffing, while Aikawa just sat there, feeling awkward. Another few seconds pass before the white-haired witch took in one deep breath and calmed down. “I… I’m sorry Admiral, I think that was uncalled for,” Ichimonji said sheepishly. “It just… I can’t let go of this gun…” “I see,” the admiral replied. “It must hold some meaning for you.” “It was a friend’s gun…” Ichimonji said softly. “She used to be with me and Kaede back at the academy. A senior, actually. She taught us most of what we know now. She always said I was a natural with the MP5, so…” “Seems like she’s really close to you two,” the admiral commented.
>>40209322No, I imagine that they trust Frank even more because he didn't betray them and try to take them back to the Colonel. And seeing as Katya tried to help them then I doubt that they would blame her.
>>40209322It's more likely they won't trust Anya again, what with her being fucking crazy and all.
>>40209344The adoption or Girl's trust?
>>40209363Ichimonji nodded in response. “Yep. She basically took care of us during our academy days. She helped us adjust to being in an academy with other witches when Kaede and I just came in from the orphanage... She was the one who helped the two of us get to know each other, being from different orphanages and all. She was basically our big sister back then. She even stood up for us when people bullied us.” “So how is this friend of yours now?” the admiral inquired. “Since she’s your senior, she’s already on the front, right? What unit is she attached to?” Ichimonji hesitated before answering. “She didn’t complete training, actually.” She looked away before continuing. “She… she was chosen for a special mission or something during training and… never came back. She left the MP5 with me, saying something about trusting me to keep it safe…” If there’s one thing Aikawa did not receive training for back in his piloting days, it was handling a little girl that was THIS close to tears. He suddenly remembered the scene on the flight line a week ago, with the AWACS officer and the vice commander of the air group. Now the admiral wished he had an equally good retort to help him out of this mess… Thankfully, help arrived in the form of the steward from earlier, carrying a tub filled with the ice cream. The admiral wondered how the little witch would finish such a large amount of sweets as he received the tub from the steward, who then immediately left. Ichimonji’s mood immediately lightened up as soon as the ice cream tub touched the table. The formerly dark atmosphere finally lifted when the lid was taken off. The witch’s eyes grew wide as she finally saw what was inside: three layers of extra-creamy ice cream, with chocolate, vanilla, and super-condensed highland milk flavors, arranged in a wavy pattern.
>>40209375The trust. Don't get too far ahead of yourselves! haha. but that's all I'm saying!
>>40209362now thats funny Manga.
>>40209379“Well, that was the best we could come up with,” Aikawa said sheepishly. “We were pretty lucky we managed to stock any ice cream at all, what with the stepped-up offensives into North Korea and China going on…” the admiral saw that the little witch was rearing to get her hands on the tub. Shaking his head in amusement, he stated, “Go ahead, eat up. You deserve it.” Ichimonji’s happiness went into overdrive almost immediately. “I’m diggin’ in!” In a flash she scooped up mouthfuls, making sure to get all three flavors at the same time. She caught herself however, and feeling embarrassed, she started eating slower, taking in each flavor a spoonful at a time. Aikawa laughed at that, feeling rather amused at what the witch was doing. Ichimonji caught him however, and in a mocking tone she said, “I think the Admiral thinks I act like a child.” Holding the tub closer while waving her spoon in the air, she added. “Of course I’m not a child! I’m an adult! I can act like an adult if I wanted to you know!” “Oho, is that so?” the admiral replied teasingly. “I wonder if you can listen to this though. It’s a song that only mature people listen to, after all!” With that, he went to a nearby music player, set it to PLAY, and instantly, the first few notes of a six-year old pop track came on the speakers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RjKv8J1y4U Aikawa started tapping one of the speakers, also doing the occasional air drum. Ichimonji, meanwhile, was not impressed. “Admiral, that song was from an anime! How can you say it’s a song for mature listeners?”
Adopting Anya is currently out of the question, given what she's in the middle of doing.I fully expect the girls will be more favorably inclined towards Katya after this, since Anya knocked her the fuck out. Maybe she tried to prevent Anya from taking the girls?
>>40209232Motherfucking Iranian embassy siege time, time to test out the new rifles.>Part of you, the small part that's not rapidly going into that combat mindset, thinks fuck. Not another helicopter.Yeah, fuck those. All they do is try to kill you.>>40209258Good run as always Ghost! Been awhile since we've had a cliffhanger like this.
>>40209401The admiral smirked, “It’s an anime for mature audiences, that’s what it is,” and continued tapping and air-drumming. He was genuinely enjoying the music though, as he hadn’t heard Casey Rankin in a pretty long time. He found the music somewhat fitting though; the line, “where are you going, when are you coming home?” reminded him of their current situation as soldiers, sailors, and airmen fighting to protect the empire, and how many of them went somewhere but may not be coming home. He shook his head. That kind of thinking was reserved for undisciplined rookies. He may not be a model officer, but he sure as hell didn’t think like an amateur. He then glanced back at Ichimonji, still happily going through the ice cream which was now halfway gone. He reminded himself that no matter what happens he’ll get Ichimonji, Kaede, his niece Tamaki, and everybody else home. Still, he can’t help but feel uneasy. It’s as if, even with a clear and obvious enemy in sight, there were still plenty more lurking around the corner. Maybe it was the relevant peace of their current AO. Quiet fronts can cause a lot of paranoia, after all. Trying to distract himself, Aikawa thought back to Ichimonji’s outburst earlier. He hadn’t felt any kind of pressure like that in a while. Sure it was just a kid throwing a tantrum but, somehow the admiral felt some sort of very strong emotion. It wasn’t even like the kind of fear he felt back in the days when he would anger his wing-witches. Those days it felt pretty standard. With Ichimonji though, it was like… malice, a very strong hatred. Somehow, Sanada’s word rang back in his head. It was something about a ‘dark presence around the girls,’ or so he can remember. Yet, looking at Ichimonji now dispelled all those thoughts. “Undisciplined thinking again,” Aikawa muttered to himself.
>>40209426Aaaand I guess that's it for Move 3. As always, sperging and shitposting on my account is welcome.Also, here's a link to the RAW writeup:>http://pastebin.com/hYJwcqf2
>>40209412Swiss embassy. Which works in our favour because Frank has no fucks to give about how inconvenient their mountain terrain is.
>>40209258Thanks, Ghost!>>She says as the chopper heaves into view- a black army bird, one with odd angles to it.>>GhosthawkStrikers 89 versus Pararescue Witches 89: The Movie. Coming next week. Wait for it warmly.>>40209448Sweet snip as always Lurk!
>>40209392What does Anya look like, in your ask you said you'll give us a image.
>>40209448Okay, you got me more interested now.
I bet in the sequel to this, the witches and pilots will be wearing skintight outfits.
>>40209480That's can't be, their somewhere in the nuked area.
>>40209499who is this testicle receptacle
>>40209480Thanks for the appreciation fellow Gensokyan! I try to make the most out of the experience.>>40209497Glad to hear it! Might have to ask for art requests concerning this in the future hurr
>>40209499Why they must make a Lancer so sexy. I pity her luck.Also, BODYSUITS?
>>40209517The new Lancer from Fate/Grand Order. She's Cu's teacher, and Cu's also a Caster in this mobile game spinoff.
>>40209506Last we saw them, yes. They might have been moved and just happened to be in the area.
>>40209472Actually, since we're the legal parent for Stasya and Lilya, wouldn't the Swiss just regard this as a criminal kidnapping and just hand them back?Not to mention, we can show that Anya is being delusional.I don't think the Swiss would give political asylum to an obviously crazed person who has kidnapped two kids.She might think they'll give her asylum, but I see it as being somewhat unfeasible.
Anyone had any predictions on how this will turn out?Frank talks Anya down or Anya is detained or killed?
>>40209533Cu also totally tapped that.Lucky bastard.
>>40209533>Googles grand order>Both Arturia and Joanne are in itAWWW YEEE-->Only for iOSFUUUUUUUU
>>40209565I want to take Anya in, alive and with both knees intact.So that Frank can give her the spanking and make her sit in the corner, and make her watch as the good girls get to eat chocolate cake and she can only watch and smell.
>>40209586>watch the good girls>not watch Frank and her OTHER girls
>>40209573It cost him all of his luck though. That is why he has rank E
>>40209288But anon it looks so cool, and I totally missed the Scarface 1 XFA-27 tourney, I was going to go all in for that one.Will probably shoot to get the Hornet to 15 though, my planefu will certainly benefit from my newly acquired Compressor LL.
>>40209573After the shit get thrown on him?He kinda earned that ass.>>40209563I think they will play along with Anya only to delaying her.
>>40209575I swear that is Saber's sword looks like a freakin' Push Pop.>>40209608>>40209616I'd say it was totally worth "The Friendship of Thighs"
>>40209472Yes I know but I was specifically referring to the Iranian Embassy siege.>Frank has no fucks to give about how inconvenient their mountain terrain is.Didn't the Swiss say something about only needing a million rifles and 5 million bullets to beat the Nazis? What do they have to beat a Frank?>>40209565She gets two in the chest, one to the head. You. Don't. Fuck. With family.
>>40209629Wait, is that a new Saber is that Apocrypha Saber?Also, that's not a push pop. It's a multi-ink pen
>>40209629>Saber..now, who is she based from?>>40209639>implying Frank won't solve this with 'The Power of Heart' tm and make Anya his dearest daughters.
>>40209563This but if she makes it there this could easily turn into a bigger hostage situation. There's also a chance the Soviets could have agents on the inside be it KGB or GRU.
>>40209681You must be thinking of either Siegfried or Mordred.And I thought it was a pushpop mostly from the colours.>>40209702Grand Order, same as the Lancer above.
>>40209639>What do they have to beat a Frank?According to wikipedia, they have Mirage IIIs and Hornets. So, nothing.
So between the last thread and the beginning of this thread, did Katya managed to even have sex with Frank?
>>40209714>>40209702Crap...What I meant was the only hint was that she 'fought across an entire continent'So maybe either Ghenghis Khan, or maybe charlemagne or some other famous warlord.
>>40209258Are the girls resisting, mindcontroled or THEY'RE CYBORG ASSASSIN SPIES FOR REALS!?Cause I am thinking Anya should have knocked all three of them out, What did Anya say?
>>40209702Maybe but there is certain things you just don't do but to be honest it be great to take her alive, making her a daughteru after this though? I don't think so.>>40209727I was expecting some joke about the Franc.
>>40209732no, just 15 minutes of hot steamy necking and many shiftings of hand holding
>>40209742Anya just wants to be with her 'sisters' again, you know. She uh, wouldn't hurt them if it can be helped.
>>40209714So we don't know yet who she is? Like F/SN Saber is King Arthur or that Red Saber is... Nero?>>40209752Well, right now she is thinking we are corrupting her dear sister and try to help them. I can still forgive her for that.But once she harmed the girls because they are not cooperating, well, bets are off.
On the other side, I'm kind of glad Frank didn't show up, since if he did, he might have gotten pretty hurt or maybe killed.(well pretty hurt)
>>40209764But how did they ended up from the prison when they visited Anya, to the room?
>>40209232>She manage ta knock out Your Katya and make a break out wid your little ones.Fucking worst girl holy shit. Can't RIO, can't even protect kids god damn.
>>40209770And the daughterus shot Anya down, literally. The instant Frank shows his face, the girls should come running over, UNLESS THEY ARE CYBORG SPIES ASSASSINS OR WHATEVER NATAYLA IS.
>>40209782Yeah, there's not much to go on as the hints are still vague. What person has the battlefield that spans half a continent?
>>40209829Genghis Khan is topmost in my mind now. Or maybe other Mongols chieftain.
>>40209232>twins taken back>show up to protect megalith in shiny new superplanes>"Here comes the snow...">"Those who survive a long time on the battlefield begin to think they're invincible.">"I bet you do too, Papa."
>>40209905>"Hard too with pieces of Tomcat in my chest. I'll tell you the story>once we're home.">ACE COMBAT MUSIC INTENSIFIES
>>40209840I thought Katya was smarter then that to go back to the twins if she wanted the D.
Oh shit, thread's still up.Writefaggotry ho, guess what it's about this time:http://pastebin.com/wTzmRjMCAnd an extra bit about crazy people who jump out of the back of airplanes or some shit:http://pastebin.com/ZhRCf2TL
>>40209829Wait, isn't saber red Mordred?
>>40210180Nice one... err, two, Frosty! Keep on truckin'.
>>40210290Yes That saber is Mordred.Pic related is Nero.
>>40210180So, uh, is Turner a test pilot like the SEABATs or is he a combat pilot?
>>40210343>tfw you can't play ccc Nero
>>40210180>1 Para>Also all these British accentsJolly good show Frosty
>>40210351He's a combat pilot who got handed the role, along with some others. There was meant to be a companion piece to this explaining that the finest pilots in the Eurofighter nations got picked, but I decided against that because it'd have to have involved a lot of techno-babble and I'm not nearly familiar with enough combat aircraft systems to go ahead with that.Which, funnily enough, doesn't stop me from writing shit like this about them.>>40210409Glad you approve.Also, it's 2 PARA. 1 PARA a shit.
>>40210425Ah, thanks for clearing that up about the leftenant. Be looking forward to more from you, senior writefag!>Inter-Para rivalryI thought that was reserved for the Marines?
>>40209629Not Blue Saber therefore not best Saber.Also update to sketch. I'll finish the hair and the faces tomorrow or something I guess/
>>40210425>Oi, Atkins, listen up!Great, now I'll remember him every time I play with the Brits in COH.>>40210485Halley pls
>>40210485which one gets the penis
>>40210485The lack of Admiral loses points
>>40210455It's not as pronounced as it is for the Royal Marines, and it only really happens on exercises allegedly, but it certainly exists.
>>40210575P Coy and Basic?>>40210572>Not pictured: The admiral trying to keep his composure and preventing the other carriers from spazzing
>>40210572you mean:>Not pictured>planefag sweating
>>40210609That's what I've been told
>>40210575I have this book, it is said Paras get some light armored support (Scorpion or Scimitars), rotated yearly between regiments.Is it still the case nowadays?
>>40210635I'm not sure if that's still the case nowadays, but the chap I learned all this from is still in touch with some currently-serving Paras. I could certainly ask him.
>>40210635I-I think the Scorpion is an admirable AFV...
>>40210609>>40210613It better be Admiral Settle.