Tragically, you haven't made any progress on the revenge plot. Or any progress on the 'banish everyone's memories to the netherworld' plot. You aren't actually certain that anything like a netherworld exists, but you assumed it'd be a safe bet that something in the same vein did. Your access to it, and your ability to hurl people's memories into the void, however, are completely non-existent. Which means that rolling into a town, however small, is a blessing. With everyone too busy- outside of Nin, or course- you're left with little to do, and no-one to bother you.So you're standing idly by in a town whose name you didn't bother to learn-And it is a town. An actual town, with streets and buildings and way more people than Oakring. The kind where it takes you more than twenty minutes to walk all the way through. The possibilities are endless! There's so many things for you to waste time on here.So long as you're back at the caravan by sundown. The inn is not, apparently, giant-spider-sized. Which you feel is unfair, but understandable. >There's a guild here, right? There's probably a guild here.>Look for interesting buildings. Or ask someone about interesting buildings.>Plot a feast for the evening. Acquire materials.>Other (?)
>>40799786>>There's a guild here, right? There's probably a guild here.
>>40799786>There's a guild here, right? There's probably a guild here.
>>40799786>>There's a guild here, right? There's probably a guild here.See if we can convince someone to train with us!
>>40799786>Plot a feast for the evening. Acquire materialsHah hah! Time for spiders!
>>40799786Announcements: twitter.com/REQMXQ&A: ask.fm/REQMCharacter Sheet and Misc:http://pastebin.com/u/REQMArchive:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Re-Monsterorhttp://archive.moe/tg/search/tripcode/!!7fb3j+Ac+pZ%20/type/op/or https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rD-MZe51wYI63xxl-tG8dsxj-RWVtJu3S6Gzd6OTJSw/edit?usp=sharingWhoops.Also, it looks like people are skimming the town for a guild!
>>40799786>Look for interesting buildings. Or ask someone about interesting buildings.What's traveling without a bit of sight-seeing?
>Level 91: Tastes like rabbit, not bear. Notes have been made of this travesty.>Level 91: Goodbye, Dignity. I barely knew thee.Huh. I didn't know levels could get listed twice. Hopefully this means there will be more funny little quips in there that wouldn't have made it otherwise from now on!>>40799786>Look for interesting buildings. Or ask someone about interesting buildings.
>>40799786>This atrocity cannot stand! Build a spider-sized wing to the inn with magic.
From Jin's character sheet>Had to explain to Lyra what day and night were
>>40800471It's good that the party has a wise owl such as her among them, to dispense such wisdom.
Did everyone except Zach and Ephram leave the forest?
>>40800628Depending on if you count the village, if not, yes.
Hey guys Shez is level 97 we can probably evo her in this thread!
>>40800644It doesn't look like Jin and Shes will be around in this thread, and we don't really have anything to get them that much XP unles we have a lucky hunt.
>>40800661No it's simple really! SPARING!HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA!
>>40800661Could offer to build the hero guldhouse a bath.
>>40800661Raze the town! Sure it's a pretty evil thing to do, but it'll be for a good cause.Of course, the guild might not like it if we start wrecking towns, so it is crucial that we acquire masks beforehand, to hide our identities.
>>40800696That wouldn't get them any Xp though?
>>40800686Sparing won't evo you. REQM said so.
>>40800723Unless it's mom doing it
>>40800712Become Dark Web, Scourge of the Civilised?
>>40800735Nope not even mom can evo of sparring. She does hunt when she's not beating the snot out of us remember?
>>40800716Something to do, plus if we do it at every bathhouse we visit we will become famous quickly.
>>40800644We could evo Lyra if we find a some big enough wildlife to get into a fight with.
>>40800771I'd rather spend time looking for a blacksmith in town.
>>40800816My forge nigga
>>40800770No i mean someone FIGHTING mom in sparing
>>40800816Yeah sure i guess.
We should hunt a dragon or another giant creature.
>>40800834>FIGHTING momNo anon, you can't evolve from suicide. You just die.
You wander away from the crowd of merchants and labourers- Already hawking their wares before their people have even pulled them from the wagons, wheeling and dealing as best they can. Some seem to be just purchasing, others trading- but no matter where you look, commerce has taken hold.You mentally wish them luck before you clatter away, heading into the town proper. Cobblestone isn't as nice to walk on as dirt for you- the way your legs terminate into points making the process just a little more annoying. You've gotten used to it, though. Walking is walking. And balance is an issue for non-spiders, in your opinion. The constant staring, especially as you get further from the forest, though- That's a bit more difficult to adjust to. Children staring open-mouthed as you wander through town, standing stock-still and slowly tuning to follow you with their eyes.Adults acting like children- right down to people hiding within their own homes, eyes barely above their windowsills, peering after you.The sooner you get to somewhere where monsters aren't strange, the better.With asking for directions being largely out of the question, your search for a guild building becomes more of a tour.You take the streets one by one, admiring sturdy looking stone building, entirely too small fountains, the occasional garden- The whole place looks like someone really tried to mimic a city, but didn't quite get the scale right. Or maybe your sense of scale is just skewed, now? You don't think so, but it's possible...You leave the quandary aside as you pull up in front of a decently sized building. The doorway is kind of... modest, really. Oakring's guild doubled as a bar, living space and all that, so it made sense to have the double doors. And while this one seems to be a size that suggests it has the same sort of facilities available- The door is rather lacklustre.
>>40800881Its very unlikely there are any in the area. But we SHOULD ask the local guild for a bestiarum.
>>40800900Also, singular. As in, you are not getting inside. You fold your arms and huff, scowling at the offending wood for a minute before you opt to circle the place- No ground floor windows, wood and stone. Logs, really. Now that you're paying attention, it seems to be a rather haphazard building. Like it was built fast. Maybe recently?You assumed villages and towns and the like would start with a guild. Now that you think about it, adventurers wouldn't show up if there wasn't work, would they? So, logically, there wouldn't be guilds unless they were needed. And if a village needs one fast-Well, that's a bit ominous.Your circuit brings you around the rear of the place- revealing another note of its apparent rushed construction, though this one in your favour.There's a few sandy circles, training areas, complete with dummies available back here. Noone practicing to speak of, though. >Go through a routine. You've got time (And space now, too!)>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.>This is the most boring guild of all time. Look for something else. (What?)>Other (?)
>>40800921>>This is the most boring guild of all time. Look for something else. (What?)A Place that sells food, show them the terror of an Arachne appetite
>>40800921>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.
>>40800921>Go through a routine. You've got time (And space now, too!)>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.
>>40800921>This is the most boring guild of all time. Look for something else. (What?)>Look for a blacksmith, our sensei would be disappointed if we let our skills rost.
>>40800921Fuck this. Make a bigger door in the walls, fill in the hole behind you once you're inside.
>>40800921>Go through a routine. You've got time (And space now, too!)>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.Feel like trying to fortify the place with earth magic, anons? Expand the range area with more solid training dummies and targets?
>>40800921>>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.We should ask before we use other people's stuff. That's what polite spiders do, yes.
>>40800921>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.>>40800966That would be vandalism, anon.
>>40800921>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.Time for some greenhorn confuses for the local menace. Shenanigans ahoy!
>>40800977>Feel like trying to fortify the place with earth magic, anons?Not really, no. Who the hell needs training dummies made from earth?
>>40800921Is the roof thatch? Could we get in if we climb up and get in under there?Attic spider go!
>>40800988Not if we close it up behind us.
>>40800921Option 1,>OtherAny upper floor entrances. A balcony or something? We're a Spider. Think 3 dimensional.Option 2,>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.
>>40800989Rather, for some greenhorn to confuse us for the local menace. Yikes, I mangled that one up badly.
>>40801004Breaking through the roof is a pretty good way to cause unfortunate misunderstandings.Especially if you are a giant spider with glowing spear-like appendages and a skull on your back.
>>40800977I want you to go outside and punch a pile of dirt. Then I want you to punch a rock. Tell me how that works out and if you feel any stronger afterward.
>>40801009We'll call that Plan B for now. Let's try an approach that won't make people think the guild is being invaded by an Arachne.
>>40801036Considering the MC in question can force her hand through a solid rock floor, i doubt punching earth is as much a problem compared to normal folk.
>>40801049But anon, that's the fun part!
>>40801052Why would we expand the training area with equipment that only we can use?
>>40800921>Go through a routine. You've got time (And space now, too!)See if that draws anyone out to see what's up. If that fails,>Start knocking on doors. Something is probably up.
>>40801023Maybe so, but it beats >>40800966 Kool-Aid Man here, since thatch can probably just be shifted aside. Assuming it IS thatch. If it's log, slat, or something else, I got nothing and we should just knock like we weren't born in a tree.
>>40801061This was just commenting on hitting rocks for us, not the expanding training area thing. Argue with the original guy about that.
>>40801052The person in question is not Lyra. The person in question is the anon who suggested we make training dummies out of solid rock. I am telling him to personally go outside and punch rocks.
>>40801092>Maybe so, but it beats >>40800966 Kool-Aid Man hereNo, it actually doesn't.>>40801098That comment was made directly to the original suggestion to point out how pointless it is.
Spiders are polite!Writing!
>>40801117You don't know much about building things, do you.
>>40801167Please enlighten me with your no doubt vast and well-founded knowledge in construction static and architecture.
>>40801204No, how about you tell me how putting a giant spider sized hole in the wall of a building without compromising the structural integrity when you lack support struts or any manner of tools works.
>>40801092Oh please. You know bursting through the wall and happily yelling "I'm a giant spider!" sounds like the most fun.
>>40801244With earth magic the same way we put the hole there to begin with.
>>40801244>every building collapses instantly when there is a hole in the wallWow, they must have some pretty shitty architects where you come from.
>>40801244Except, you know, we have both?Earth magic?
>>40801264And how does that work on masonry composed of stacked blocks? Because I'm pretty sure the whole buildimg wasn't constructed Wall of Stone-style. And the non-stone materials: Studs, floor joists, flooring, assuming it isn't dirt, etc.
>>40801290A giant spider sized hole? in a shoddily made building? You better believe it'd collapse.
>>40801264The hole in the hastily constructed building made primarily out of logs?
>>40801260Fun, yeah, but also vandalism and probably getting an already evidenced to be on-edge populace on our backs.
>>40801314Again, earth magic.We made a fairly extensive underground room just using earth magic to do all these things.You better believe we can use earth magic to keep the walls standing if we make a hole into them with magic.
>>40801335We're not even a year old.
>>40801386I'm not sure how thats relevant to the topic?
>>40801363one room<an entire buildingespecially when said room had a stable foundation and the building likely doesn't due to the rush job.Also do you really want to exhaust Lyra when we might need her strength for squirrely shit soon?
>>40801400Doing stupid shit is par for the course.
>>40801403>Also do you really want to exhaust Lyra when we might need her strength for squirrely shit soon?First of all it wouldn't exhaust her at all, its not detail work and Lyra can raise a wall around a entire village without seriours strain.Second, I never suggested we actually bust through the wall, I just pointed out to Lotus that he's a retard when he thinks busting through the roof of the building(that we don't even know if it can bear our weight) is somehow better than walking through the wall.Upon which he became butthurt and treid to pretend he know shit about buildings.
>>40801433Lyra is not actually a year old.
>>40801452You realize that if it couldn't bear our weight, it likely wouldn't be able to bear its own, and thus a giant hole would make the thing collapse anyway.Besides, it's probably made of dry stones and log. Meaning you could probably at most effect one stone at a time, and not the logs at all. Besides which, what, are you going to stand around chanting and raising a support joist for the wall while you actually start trying to break it away? Why do you think earth magic would even work on a building made of more than one material?
>>40801778>You realize that if it couldn't bear our weight, it likely wouldn't be able to bear its own, and thus a giant hole would make the thing collapse anyway.Magic.Much less of which would be necessary to take over whatever amount of loadbearing that segment of wall would normally fill, than to keep the entire building standing under our weight.Also> if it couldn't bear our weight, it likely wouldn't be able to bear its ownIs not only wrong, but also completly hilariously wrong.
>power surge>knocks my alarm out>miss the first two hoursgoddamnit
Lann's character sheet has this delightful addition to it:>Babysitting: Rank 8>Maybe this would be better called 'adultsitting'? Currently in charge of a small pack of slightly lost wolves who are gradually adjusting to town life. Not quite as annoying as spiders and moths.>-Opinion revised after answering 12 separate questions on 'how many puppies is too many puppies?' Currently torn between fleeing into the woods or tracking down Lyra.How many puppies are too much, Lann? Does the number change if they are your puppies?WINE IS A FUCKING DRINK!
Shitting up someone else's quest is rude
>>40801839I'm mostly glad to see she kept her elven fangs.
>>40801822>>40801778>>40801452>>40801403DUDES! This shit is made of stone and LOGS.Earth magic can't shape wood.
Anyways, can we just climb up a bit and stick our head in a window?
>>40801891Bit late for that to be an option, but yes, we could walk up the side of a building like our namesake and stick our head into someones bedroom.
>>40801891No because that would add a shitton of weight to a more than likely unbalanced hastily built wall which is a VERY bad thing
>>40801891I'm pretty sure if it had windows or a second level that would have been mentioned.
>>40801924Well, it said it had no first story windows. Which sort of implies non-first story windows if they specified "no FIRST story windows".
>>40801918If this building is really as shoddily built as everyone assumes, I don't think it would be a good idea to try to see if those walls can carry all that spider.
>>40801943At best it implies a second story, not necessarily a window in those.Otherwise, why didn't we just shout for someone?
we could take a risk and send Nin in....
Wait, couldn't we have sent one our passengers in? The royal bugle, perhaps not, but maybe Arachne's best friend could get someone to come out to talk?
>>40801963because we chose to knock instead. Duh.But for real, it would just say "no windows" if there wasn't at least a hint of upper story windows.
>>40801972I kinda assumed we were alone right now.Except possibly Ezzy.
>>40802008I choose you! Snake-necklace Esmerelda!Go and bring someone from the Guild out!
So.I don't know if I asked this before, as I don't remember, but DENTAL CARE.Do lyra's teeth need it?Do we grow new teeth?QUESTION MARKS???
>>40801972Wolf and harpy are likely sleeping (and possibly still with the caravan), snake might get stepped on, and moth lots her introduction rights for a bit after all the embarrassment Lyra received in front of the caravaners.>>40802117Go outside, Erics.
>>40802118The best sneccessory.
>>40802078>I choose you!>Lyra visits a city.>Sees a toy shop.>There, in the toy shop, are red and white balls.>She buys them all.>In the following days, keeps getting her friends to spar with each other, then throws a ball at the loser while yelling "Gotta catch 'em all!">..................>They thought they were used to her crazy.>They weren't.
>>40802198Lyra isn't a spastic socially retarded fuckwad though.
>>40802306a little spastic maybe but she definitely knows how to handle herself in a social environment.>spastic socially retarded fuckwad though.well said regardless
>>40802361Eh, I wouldn't say she is "Spastic" even in a small way, She's forest folk, and an Arachne; who are normally loners anyway, it's probably expected and Mom acted the same way.
>>40802117on this note:Do dentists ask for more to work on an arachne, as hazard pay?Does nin ever notice her friends all have horrible meat breath?
>>40802455That raises so many good questions.How does monster oral hygiene work in comparison to, say, human?
>>40802487Maybe we need to floss regularly.I wonder if we have molars or just more predatory style chewers.
This is going to bother you unless you do something about it, isn't it?That was a rhetorical question. To yourself.You shake your head a little and sigh, glancing longingly at the training grounds. Maybe you'll have time when it's all said and done. And maybe you won't see another till you hit the city.You take a breath to brush off your concerns. And then you start looking for doors.You end up circling the building again, realizing just how rushed the whole thing truly is- there isn't even access to the grounds short of leaving the front and walking around. That seems... well, concerning. Your knuckles clatter across the door's surface, the sharp rap of chitin on wood ringing out. There's no immediate answer. But really, the guild isn't the sort of place one knocks, under any normal circumstances. It's just that, in your circumstance, it's this or punching a whole in the wall. So you wait, then knock again.This time you hear some short grumbling, the creak of the door starting to open- And then it catches, jamming in the corning, and the grumbling turns to swearing as whoever is sitting at the other side starts to kick it door in some cross between an attempt to open it, and an attempt to destroy it. It's a balding older man who pries it open finally, his head gleaming in the sun, a moustache that looks as though it may well be concealing a wild animal keeping most of his face's real estate. He glances from your legs to your arms, then your face. He stands there, chewing something slowly, before he finally opens his mouth to talk."Can I help you, uh, miss?">Hello, yes. >So, what is the emergency?>Your door is too small.>Other (?)
>>40802522>Your door is too small.
>>40802522>Hello, yes.>Your door is too small.
>>40802522>>Your door is too small.>>Other (?)Also this is the Adventurers Guild yes?
>>40802522>>Your door is too small.>Other (?)Can we write a letter back home here?Also, do you happen to need a hand around here? I'm a real live adventurer, even if I'm only here a day.
>>40802522>>Hello, yes. >So, what is the emergency?also>Your door is too small.
>>40802522>Hello, yes. >Your door is too small.
>>40802522>>Your door is too small.
>>40802522>So, what is the emergency?
>>40802522>>Hello, yes.>>Your door is a shit too small.
>>40802522>Hello, yes. >Your door is too small, you should fix it.>Offer to build a better guild-house out of earth and magic.>So, what is the emergency? Is it a bear? I like to eat bears.
>>40802522>>40802522>Hello, yes.>So, what is the emergency?>Barring emergencies, I'm a licensed construction spider
Hey.Have we ever been to a feast?I mean, I know we stuffed ourself after hunts and such, but given lyra is such a foodie, I imagine a real live feast would be great.
>>40802637I think there was that time we got drunk with the moths? Not sure what we ate, though.
>>40802658>>40802637what about that first time we got drunk ever? We were at the guild for the first time I think and we had a shitload of food before passing out drunk on caffine and booze both.
>>40802658I don't think we ate anything. That might explain how we got drunk.
>>40802522>Hello, yes. >Your door is too small.>And lacking in other ways too, it seemed.
>>40802637Lyra has feasts basically all the time.
>>40802701we have large meals, but it would sure be nice if someone else cooked for us.And possibly fried things my non-chitin based methods.
>>40802744>but it would sure be nice if someone else cooked for usNot really. This is this same nonsense we had way back with the inn again.We can just do all these things ourselves and have literally no reason not to.
>>40802744Speaking of, I wonder if Lyra is turned off to eating shelled food after seeing what's under her one chitin.
>>40802522>Would you mind if I tore a hole in your wall and started replacing it with magic rocks?
>>40802522>Hello, yes.>I'm an adventurer but your door is too small.
Closed and writing!
>>40802772>hey guys, it would sure be fun to go to a feast. It seems like the sort of thing lyra would enjoy.>NO WE CAN GET FOOD ON OUR OWN, IT IS POINTLESS TO GO HAVE FUN IN WAYS THAT ARE NOT HUNTING-BASEDchill out, anon. You'll get your grinding later.
>>40802744Lyra enjoys cooking though, as far as I can see.So why shouldn't she make it herself whenever she is able? Especially since basically everywhere else would have such serious problems serving someone of her appetite, that she would have to hunt the meat most likely herself anyway.What we should do is looking for somewhere to restock our spices.
>>40802800Lost your trip REQM?
>>40802813anon, have you never partied or gone to a thanksgiving celebration?These things are fun even if you can technically cook a turkey or fill a bowl of chips yourself.
>>40802807I'm having a deja vu here.
>>40802807The point was that Lyra has feasts all the time, and can make them whenever she wants.You claimed it would be nice if someone else cooked for us, and, well no, it makes no real difference.>>40802824>These things are fun even if you can technically cook a turkey or fill a bowl of chips yourself.For the company, not the food.I don't go to a party of celebration for the food, but for the people there.
>>40802824So, like whenever Lyra hunts a firesouleaterbear or whatever, drags it back home, then cooks it for the family while feeding our lazy friends?
>>40802866>>40802886Man, you hunting anons are really dead set against anything that might take time away from hunting based foods.
>>40802901It sort of sucks they think that way, since the combat/hunting is always the most boring bit.I don't know what they see in it other than MORE XP.
>>40802901I'm not. I was answering anons question on if Lyra had feasts before.To which the answer was, all the time.Then someone claimed it would be nice if someone cooked for her, to which I replied, I don't see how.Thats it.There is no particular advanatge to making a feast we didn't hunt over one we did hunt, since it comes down to the same thing only we saved money and trouble.
>>40802800>>40802816This was me.
>>40802917I like fighting large things, xp doesn't even matter.
>>40802935>no particular advantageIt'd be fun, anon.It would be particularly enjoyable to get invited to a feast, both for us OOC and for lyra IC.I don't understand where you get all this "It's pointless to do anything other than hunt for food" business.
>>40802961I dunno, I think the XP is a big part of it.
>>40802970>It'd be fun, anon.How?You keep making this empty assertion that what you would like would be somehow fun, except you fail to bring a reason for what would make it fun.>>40802970>I don't understand where you get all this "It's pointless to do anything other than hunt for food" business.I don't understand why you keep trying to pretend I claimed that.I never said any such a thing, and your strawmanning doesn't really make you look any better just because people don't share your opinion.
>>40803003We could get none of it and I'd still vote to go against a dragon or giant giant bear if we saw one. Because I find combat and exploration fun.
>>40802970>I don't understand where you get all this "It's pointless to do anything other than hunt for food" business.Name one reason for why eating a feast we didn't hunt ourselves would be somehow better than one we did.
>>40803024I think you might be arguing just for the sake of arguing at this point. People are allowed to say hey like stuff. Like the guy up there who "likes fighting large things".Go argue with him.>>40803048We'd get to go hang out with whoever invited us and have a fun social scene? You know, the kind of thing that is nearly half the quest that many of us enjoy?Also, the IC advantage of trying a bunch of stuff, and the possibility of finding coffee.
>>40803048Having IC fun? I mean if someone is offering why wouldn't we go?
>>40803024>>40803048Not that anon but a feast is sort of like a party. I'm assuming that's the direction the other anon is coming from. If you're invited to a party with lots of free food are you going to turn it down?Now can we please stop and wait for REQM? We've gone through half the thread's post count like this.
>>40803048>>40803024You people are the WORST KIND of tourist, you know."Why visit the local color? We can always go to the store. No you can't ride the rides, we'll just drive the car on a hill."
>>40802970There is no one outside of the really large cities that would be capable of feasting Lyra and company without her contributing to the food store.You entire plan pretty much completly falls apart right there.You gotta wait for that most likely until we meet our wealthy elven relatives.
>>40803083Because we wouldn't get to grind more hunts, I guess?I really have no idea why they are objecting to the idea.
>>40803024>you fail to bring a reason for what would make it funYou don't really get how fun works, do you.Other anon thinks trying something a bit different sometimes would be fun. So do I.Just because you don't think the same things are fun, doesn't make other peoples fun invalid. Stop being so salty.
>>40803098I didn't say we'd go to a feast RIGHT NOW, anon.I'm just thinking about how we're doing adventurer shit, and hoping we get invited somewhere nice because of it.
Ladies! Your both veeeery pretty but can you not take up half the bloody post count!
>>40803186Anon, the QM is over halfway done by past session run lengths. We're in no danger of bumping off before he finishes unless he decides to go FULL HOG.
>>40803206>unless he decides to go FULL HOG>unless he decides to go FULL BEARFTFY
>>40803083I ahve never said we shouldn't go when someone invites us?The entire original question line was>Have we been to feasts?>Yes.>It would be nice if someone else cooks for us.>Not particularly different from us cooking our own feast.From which then salty anons jumped around talking about social scenes which is completly besides the original point of the making of the food and if someone else doing it for us would make it somehow better.Which it wouldn't.Going to a party isn't so you can get stuffed by other people, and I'm seriously baffled by all the anons that seem to think it is. Its about meeting new people, a completly different issue unrelated to the originalm discussion that gfot shoehorned in because they kept trying to argue for arguings sake.
Lyra what do?
>>40803241Anon, stop arguing about nothing. All you are doing is being hypercritical of some anon who wants to go to a feast/party, and it seems.Everyone was done until you decided to come back. It makes me think you might just be trolling.
>>40803272>All you are doing is being hypercritical of some anon who wants to go to a feast/partyNo, I'm being hypercritical of fuckheads who think they get to tell me what I'm supposed to find fun.
>>40803241>have we been to feasts>yesNo we haven't. Closest we got was drinking with moths.>B-but our regular meals are feasts!The guy specifically mentioned he wanted a real live feast, not just stuffing himself after hunting.
>>40803263Be confused between headpats and eating.It would likely be decided by how aggressive she is at the time.
>>40803263Hunt down and eat of course.*wink wink*
>>40803299>The guy specifically mentioned he wanted a real live feast, not just stuffing himself after hunting.This would differ from eating a whole bunch of different foods with a lot of people how?Because thats a thing we did several times, at the first time eating at the inn, later after killing the giant crab. And several times with our friends and family, just to name some examples.
>>40803298>I think this would be fun!>WHY>WHAT PURPOSE IS THIS FUN YOU SPEAK OFStop being such a huge fucking troll whenever anyone likes a thing you don't.You're not jumping all over the guys who say they like big combat. Stop being so salty.
>>40803300Bathe it, then headpats, sticky fur is messy.
>>40803300What about if she's sexually aggressive?
>>40803327Then the moth gives her a time-out.
>>40803318I can see you are set in your ways and really want a semantic argument, so I'll just agree to disagree and leave it at that.
>>40803327We have companions for that. As per >>40803342
>>40803298Are you the same fuck from the architecture argument earlier?
>>40803298Do you really have to be so autistic and trollish about it whenever anyone says "Hey, this would be fun for us!"?Can't you just say "I don't think I would enjoy that so much" instead of being a huge dick?
>>40803319Mate don't use me as an argument on this I find the whole arguments silly.
>>40803342But then she's all pouty.Would you want that, Lyra?Pouty pretty tiny teddy?
>>40803369It really is, but I'm dragging you in to illustrate how silly it is.
>>40803327>"I AM TOO YOUNG FOR THAT, YES"And then the bear was slapped so hard that it is sent flying, team rocket style.
>>40803298>I think going to a feast sometime would be fun.No, it wouldn't.>Having someone else cook for you sometimes can be nice.We can cook for ourselves, getting someone else to do it is pointless.>I just think it would be fun.It's not fun.>Yep, you're just trolling because you hate fun.Fuckhead, don't tell me what I'm supposed to find fun.Yep. 100% hypocritical cunt.
You know, it's not too late to go for a pure magic build.
>>40803368>Do you really have to be so autistic and trollish about it whenever anyone says "Hey, this would be fun for us!"?>>40802813>>40802824Actually, I was the one who said "Lyra finds this thing fun" and then the other anon jumped me with "Have you never gone to a party etc." after which I replied you don't go to parties for the food, and shit escalated fromt here when someone accused me of wanting nothing but hunting and so forth.I never told anyone he shouldn't like what he likes, you are the one being salty at me for no good reason.
>>40803422>pure magic>atronachThat only works if you start summoning specialist, you dork.
>>40803299I was thinking more about the impromptu giant crab meat feast at Oakring.>The guy specifically mentioned he wanted a real live feast, not just stuffing himself after hunting.What does 'real live feast' even mean? When that bit was first responsed to with the 'Lyra has feasts basically all the time' bit, the response was ' it would sure be nice if someone else cooked for us'. In which case, Lyra can satisfy that by just going to the inn or such later and ordering up some food for her and her friends. Similar to what we did at the inn in Oakring. Personally, I kinda assume that it's a given we'll be doing that at some point.
This is worse then the times when we had to pick our evo.Also, >>40803422 what's with that filename?
>>40803403>No, it wouldn't.Just declared you're definition of fun is the only one>We can cook for ourselves, getting someone else to do it is pointless.Except other people can cook better than we can? We're not exactly a great cook, we're an okay one.>It's not fun.Demanding your opinion being the only one that matters>Fuckhead, don't tell me what I'm supposed to find fun.Why not you do it to everyone else.
>>40803385Eck if I had more literary talent I'd go for a re:Monster Hunter quest as a fox though the idea has various problem to begin with.
>>40803448>Personally, I kinda assume that it's a given we'll be doing that at some point.We are already being fed by the caravans cooks, no?
>>40803403Holy shit, what kind of pretentious dick says no to free food and a good time with friend?We can hunt anytime. Lighten up already.
why are we still arguing about cooking?
>>40803449I'll give you a hint; it's from my Cropped Porn folder.
>>40803430Says the guy who insists on arguing forever instead of letting it die.
>>40803458I think you completely misunderstood my post.... Actually, I probably should have put the other parts in greentext. Oh well.
>>40803476>>40803458You guys do realise he is on your side of the argument?He was making a sarcastic impression.
>>40803448Anon, if you need someone explaining why it would be enjoyable, then you need a rudimentary fun 101 class.And then possible a "facts and opinions" course if you don't find it fun yourself.
>>40803500Fuck if I can tell anymore.This whole thing is stupid.
>>40803488Goddamned she is smug about fucking butts or getting fucked by butts.
>>40803529It really is. I just wanted to talk about maybe getting a nice food reward from some place from our adventuring.But, instead of the conversation going that way, it instead went the way of arguing forever about how we shouldn't go feast for some reason.
Your mouth is faster than your brain by a long shot.Which is saying something, especially with how your brain is so very fond of sabotaging you by hurtling down starnge trails and focusing on minute details of things, then extrapolating to something absurd.Which is strange, because you don't really remember being like that before. Is it a kid thing, or an arachne thing, or a you thing?Wait, where were you again?Oh, yes."Your door is too small, yes."It's out and into the air before you can even register saying it.You can already feel the blush creeping across your face as the man raises one bushy eyebrow, looking to each side of the door frame before he shakes his head."Nah, seems fine to me. You didn't really bang on the door to complain about it, right?""I- No. No. I mean- I thought about just making a new door, yes? Or at least a second one that leads to the training grounds. The building is very shoddy. Wait."You snap your head side to side, a few locks of hair freeing themselves from your ears and flying around as you attempt to physically repress your brain from spilling out of your mouth."Okay. Hello, yes? My name is Lyra.""Jake.""Nice to meet you.""Likewise. Is that a necklace, or...""My friends believe that I am some sort of cross between a horse, a house and a bed.""Ah. That'd be a person, then.""There are more behind me, as well.""And not standing.""Not even conscious."He snorts, the moustache spreading a little, rustling as he does."Sounds like you've got it rough, yeah.""Mm.">Wait. Do you have any problems?>Why is the building so terrible?>I can make a better doorframe. Not doors, though.>Other (?)
I can already see the Archive description>"We visit our first real town, everything else is a shitstorm over FUN!"
>>40803547>it instead went the way of arguing forever about how we shouldn't go feast for some reason.I like how you keep making this statement up no one ever made. Thats some real dedication to the art.
>>40803554>Wait. Do you have any problems?>Why is the building so terrible?
>>40803554>>Wait. Do you have any problems?>Other (?)I am still under the assumption we have to use guild halls to write letters, so let's write a letter to home here.
>>40803554>Why is the building so terrible?
>>40803554>Why is the building so terrible?>I can make a better doorframe. Not doors, though.>Wait. Do you have any problems?
>>40803554>Wait. Do you have any problems?>Why is the building so terrible?>I can make a better doorframe. Not doors, though.Your building is shit. I'm going to build you a better one, and whilst I do that you're going to tell me what ails you, ails the town, ails the ale.
>>40803554>Wait. Do you have any problems?>Your building is terrible. I will make a new one, yes.
>>40803554>Why is the building so terrible?Services of Construction Arachne available for hire...
>>40803554>Other (?)>I would need o write a few letters, and if you have some sort of compendioum on the local wildlife? The big kind
>>40803554>I'm an adventurer.>Can I come in? I can make a bigger door frame with earth magic.
>>40803566yeah, they didn't say we shouldn't go feast, they instead said it would be pointless to go feast, and "fuck you for telling me what would be fun" in the context of the feasting.Either they don't want to go feast for some reason, or they're just arguing for the sake of arguing, since they find the idea of feasting fun. Otherwise the conversation would never have happened.
>>40803554>Wait. Do you have any problems?
>>40803554>>Wait. Do you have any problems?>>Why is the building so terrible?Also>Pick all drinks, anon
>>40803607>they instead said it would be pointless to go feastNo, what they said was that it makes no difference in the how enjoyable a feast would be between us cooking and someone else.Thats it, literally all there ever was to it, and the simple thing someone here simply can't just accept.It has absolutely nothing, and never had, anyhting to do with going to feasts or not.
>>40803587>ails the ale.A Dwarf bachelor party hit the town. No kegs survived.
>>40803554>>Wait. Do you have any problems?>I can make a better doorframe. Not doors, though.We could make metal doors. Would take a lot of metal and time though.
>>40803621God fucking damnit Captcha, how badly are you going to fuck up?!The plan is perfect. Soon nothing will make sense
>>40803554>>Wait. Do you have any problems?>>Why is the building so terrible?
>>40803640Then why the hell are you even in the conversation about feasts?
The fangs are still there. Am I stuck with these? Oh gods, what if I grow a tail-Lann's character sheet, oh dear god my sides.
>>40803554>Why is the building so terrible?>I can make a better doorframe. Not doors, though.
>>40803621At least you have them in colors. Mine are black and white.
>>40803670Because people keep replying with retarded strawmans because they are incredibly butthurt for some reason about being told we already had feasts.Fuck if I know why, but there it is.
>>40803673>Currently torn between fleeing into the woods or tracking down Lyra.Silly Lann, why not both?
>>40803697Seems to me you just want someone to argue with, then.
>>40803744I could say the same thing about you, considering you had no real reason to reply.
>>40803744So he says and keeps arguing...
>>40803673Soon Lann will look so much like a werewolf that when we eventually return to the village we will pick her up, go the pack, and ask them whose puppy this is.Then we will notice the resemblance to Lann, blush, and ask where is Lann so we can find who is the father to her pup.
I REMEMBER WHAT I WAS GOING TO ASK YOUWriting!
>>40803762>pot, kettle, blackHah. Anyway, in the sake of sanity, I'm calling it now, as you'd go on forever. Have whatever final word you like.
>>40803784You made a accusation, of course I had to adress it, its just polite.
God, you people need to stop freaking out whenever anyone says they enjoy anything. I mean, talking about things we'd like to do one day is one of the appeals of this quest.
I like biting things to death. I wish we could do that more. Venom is fun.
>>40803818What we really need is people stopping to be so insecure and defensive whenever people don't agree with them and think they are trying to take away whatever they define as fun.
In other News: Lyra's final [s]form[/s] spiderbutt revealed!
>>40803850I wished we could bite more things to death, but sadly our companions are not venom resistant.
>>40803852Anon, that falls under "freaking out whenever anyone says they enjoy anything", as it's A. freaking outand B. a direct result of someone saying they enjoy things.>>40803850Everyone keeps saying no whenever I say we should make venom slushies.
>>40803874>venom slushyI must have missed this. Go on...
>>40803874>Everyone keeps saying no whenever I say we should make venom slushies.Texturefags are the worst.
>>40803910well, I keep saying we should make venom slushies.Then people keep saying "no fuck that, we should cook the stuff instead".And we still haven't tried the multiple melted meat slushie.In short, I think there are a lot of unexplored meat smoothie options we are not taking.
>>40803934Meat slushies are for newborn babes and mothers.
>>40803466More or less, but we'll probably be separating from the caravan in this town, depending on where Kenzington chooses to go next. Also, eating at the inn could lead to sharing stories with guild members and other patrons. And maybe drinking with them. Especially if the inn stocks any good 'fizzy' beverages.
We need to get Ezzy on a more regular training thing, and force her to do things, she starting to lag behind quite a bit..
>>40803934Oh, this was a food thing. I just wanted to kill shit with venom. I don't really care what becomes of it afterwards.I thought you were going to say that we should milk Ezzy and Lyra and mix that up and then throw it on something and watch it melt. That'd be pretty metal.
>>40803954wait wait wait, this isn't THE town, is it?I thought it was just a more minor town on the way to the city we're going to on this caravan.
>>40803934While I don't mind making venom slushies, 'maybe' we shouldn't do it with the caravan people around.The non-.venomous can get weird when you start showing off your natural ability to melt formerly living things to eat them.
>>40803953I remember trying to get Culver's to make me a meat shake. They (probably wisely) refused.
>>40803967>I just want to kill shit with venomThen I have a slushy-friendly plan for you, my friend!Okay, first we bite things. Then we drink them. And that's it!Possibly we also coccoon them for the sake of hygene.
>>40803976>wait wait wait, this isn't THE town, is it?Good question. Is this the place Elle would most likely be moving to?
>>40803934I hate you because I hate spiders, and now I'm curious about the particulars of how their digestive systems work.Damn it.
>>40803954>but we'll probably be separating from the caravan in this townNo, I'm pretty sure we only seperate in the city.>Also, eating at the inn could lead to sharing stories with guild members and other patrons.I'm fairly sure guild members would eat a tthe guild.And no mater if guild or inn, most likely we will still need to bring them the meat they have to prepare for us, our visit to the inn in Oakring showed that those usually aren't equipped to handle Lyras appetite, and she was much smaller back then.
>>40804002Here's a fun fact for you! Spider poop is like small crystal droppings. Sort of like bird poop in miniature.
>>40803967Are Ezzy and Lyra immune to each other's venom? If so, we could use the other's as a spice.
>>40804038Its a difficult thing to test.
>>40803967>we should milk EzzyIts a difficult thing to ask.
>>40804063What would lewding with Ezzy be?
>>40804072Difficult given the size difference.
>>40804063Just make a silk cover for a cup and have her bite it. Or stretch some animal skin over a cup and have her bite it.Easy.
>>40804072a more literal version of a trouser snake? minus trousers in Lyra's case, and probably a covering to avoid the scales being rubbed the wrong way.
>>40804138>a covering to avoid the scales being rubbed the wrong way.so... some kind of hybrid condom/sock?
>>40804150spider silk body stocking?
>>40804099>Stretching her out by tail and hands. Licking and sucking her all over.>2 fingers should be more than enough to stretch her out.>Gag and tie her around ourselves with rope and parade her around town talking about how great our new necklace is. Invite people to touch it to feel the quality.>Stuff her in our cunt up to the hips and let her squirm.>Spider-silk her into an immobile tube then play her like a flute.I can go all day Anon. All. Day. Long.
>>40804159Spidersilk Gimp Suit For Tiny Sneks.
>>40804185anon plskeep going
>>40804237>It's a really special kind of exercise, yes.>B-but Lyra! Sss-Sss-Someone might sssseee usss....
>>40804302Lyra & co. are not for lewds.I am reasonably sure, anyway.
>>40804320That pastebin of NinxLyra disproves your theory.
>>40804347all that does is show us the lewd disease is here.
>>40804347A man can dream of a clean world, can he not?I need this link. To properly peruse this thing so I might decry it. Yes. For that reason. And no other.
>>40804382It's like a game of Pandemic where the epidemic won instantly.
>>40804320QM has indeed stated in the past that they aren'tf or that
>>40804347That pastebin just proves the truth of the OTP, nothing more.
>>40804382This is /tg/, half of everyone has a terminal case, the rest have terminal cases that haven't left the incubation period yet.
>>40804437OTP? Nigga u dumb as hell.It's OTT in this neighborhood bitch.
>>40803976Ah, you're probably right. Looking back, the opening post described this town as small, so I guess I got ahead of myself in assuming that this is 'the city'.>>40804014>No, I'm pretty sure we only seperate in the city.Yeah, I jumped the gun there. My bad. And yeah, the guild folks probably eat and drink at the guild, assuming that it does have the appropriate facilities (as its size suggests it does). I wasn't trying to be particular over the location, I was just used to how Oakring's guild hall was also its only inn, so both terms worked for it.As for the supplies, are you referring to thread 17 when Lyra and Jin ate at the inn? I didn't see mention of them running low on supplies then, though Lyra did think that they probably wouldn't have enough to feed a family of arachne. That's not the only time she's been a patron there, though, or maybe I just missed something.
>>40804185>Attach spider-silk lines to her limbs and play her like a marionette.>Winter-time, stoke our heat, stroke the snake close to orgasm, then rapidly drop our heat so she is confronted with the cold. Instant cum-kill.>Spin a small bit of silk, let it dry out, insert into snake, wait a day, take out silk-dildo, add some more to it, re-insert plug. Repeat until snake comes just from moving with the dildo inside her.>Make snake 'armor' which prevents her from masturbating. Use earth magic to form a dildo when you want to 'play'.>Hell, just encase the snake in an earthen iron maiden sans spikes. Use your magic to poke and prod the snake, sinking hard rock into her special places. Leave the tip of her tail and her face open so you can see her tail twitch and her face heat up.>Make an actual bracelet/necklace out of earth, hold snake onto the jewellery TIGHTLY (to prevent wriggling) with earth magic contortions (make sure to cover her bodywith a permeable membrane), hand out to the rest of the companions to admire and stroke over how beautiful Lyra can make stuff.The lewd train ain't going to stop no time soon, my brothers and sisters, hell, it might even be what sages the thread!
>>40804512ND, please for the love of christ, stop following these threads.
>>408048621) Do not speak IT'S name lest you attract it's attention.2) Do you really think IT would take such a shallow step into the magical realm? NO! IT would go straight to the gore, vore, torture, and bodily functions.
>>40804920IT or something equally bad is already infesting this thread. This (>>40804512) while scintillating, doesn't really have a place here. I know the plot's moving slow, but they're still basically children.
>>40804992Fair does.Unfortunately it doesn't look like we'll get a final update this thread. I blame myself and that shitstorm a while back.
Something. There was something, wasn't there? The building? The building. Yes. It's garbage, isn't it? You were thinking something about how the building was very shoddy and then... What was past that?Oh. Now you remember."Ah!""Ah?""Do you have any problems?""My back bothers me in the mornings. Or when there's storms, sometimes."You blink. "That is- That is not the kind of problems I was asking about, yes.""Well, you gotta start with the little ones.""I am an adventurer, yes? I was asking more about the kinds of problems that would cause someone to rush building a guildhall in a small town.""Oh. That."You nod."Yes, that.""Already fixed that one.""Oh. Really?""Yup. That's why I'm the only one here."You try very hard not to look disappointed. "Are there... are there any more problems, then?""My work is unappreciated?""I don't think I can fix that.""Figures."You gesture back to the building."Er- What If I fixed up the building? Made a better door. More doors. Doorways.""I prefer houses to webs, if it's all the same.""I have magic, yes? Stone.""Oh. Maybe. Can you start by opening this one up, then?"
>>40805306The power comes to you easily enough, but you pause before you start rearranging thw world at your own leisure."What was the problem, anyway?""Uh? Oh. Gryphon. Just migrating, anyway. By the time this was all set up, it had moved, and we couldn't find it. So now I'm stuck manning this outpost, with a few hanger-ons in the village.""Ah.""That sounded like a very specific type of 'Ah'.""I may have eaten your problem.""You ate it.""Not- Not alone, yes? It was too big for that.""You ate a gryphon.""I was hunting.""You hunted a gryphon.""It was an accident!"He lifts an eyebrow."An accident?""It was... sort of an accident.""Mhm.""I didn't know it was a gryphon.""Sure."You sigh.>Start in on that door.>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?>Door, straight through, door to the training grounds. Start training.>Other (?)
>>40805328>Start in on that door.>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?
>>40805328>>Door, straight through, door to the training grounds. Start training.Training gives us time to redesign the entire building.
>>40805328>>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?
>>40805328>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?Accidentally killed a Gyrphon. Right. Still, now we have a metric for what requires Guilds.
>>40805328>Other (?)GIANT SPIDER STEALING OUR JERB
>>40805328>>Ask how he'd like it.>>Start in on that door.>>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?
>>40805328>>Start in on that door.>>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?
>>40805328>>Start in on that door.
>>40805328>>Start in on that door.>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?>I used my magic to find it, yes? It was trying to eat us once we found it, so I ate it instead.
>>40805328>>Start in on that door.>apologize thoroughly for ruining adventure time
>>40805328>Door, straight through, door to the training grounds. Start training.
>>40805328>Ask about requests while you work. Maybe there's something to do?
Construct door. Acquire work.Writing!
>>40805569Start new thread. Silently lament shitstorm.
>>40805602I'll boot one up if It slides over, or gets too close.
>>40805398>GIANT SPIDER STEALING OUR JERBWe should ask if there is a bathhouse in town. If there is, see if they would pay for improvements.If there is now see if a businessman or the guild would sponsor the construction of one. Not sure we have enough time in town to do much work though.Captcha, we have very different opinions of what counts as food.
>>40805968We could ask the local government if they need their streets/schools/etc. fixed for cheap.
Just thinkin' 'bout moths.
>>40806053but then we'd be taking work from the poor workers who need to pay for enrollment
>>40806053>Queen Lyra known for her many public works. They can be identified by hidden spider carvings in the masonry
>>40806092Nin what the hell are you doing in the thread?! I thought we banned you!
>>40806092I cannot resist putting spiders on everything we make.
>>40806092They aren't even intentional, just an (integral) part of the architecture.
>>40806177we should still try that spider-snowflake belt one day.When our rolls allow it and don't tie our hands together.
>>40806334Arachne orders house to be built for her underneath her tree.Uses sequentially shorter strings to lift it into the branches.
I think we need a new thread, ASAP.
page 10 warning.
>>40806908>>40806909Could the twin harpies please return to RE: Harpy Quest, please and thank you.
>>40806927I'm so sorry, I'll collect my things. I have no idea how they got out. I was sure I child-proofed my threads.
>>40806997Remember, whenever you think you *-Proofed something, Murphy will make a better *.*Child, Fool, Idiot, etc...
>>40806997Yoooo you runnin today Sig?
>>40807154But Sigil....Tomorrow never comes....
>go to get adventures>get distracted by architectureDangit.
>>40807660ADD Spider Adventures. Plan on defeating evil necromancer, accidentally establish and run a Trade City...
>>40807724And then she accidently drowns the necromancer while creating the city's sewers.
>>40807724I know, but I feel like we should slap our forehead when we remember.
Last thread on the page. See you around REQM.
awoo? Do spiders awoo, what is the proper spider equivelent of howling?