Previous thread:There is none! Apparently I didn’t archive the damn thing properly!All previous threads:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/40719705/Tech list:Hero list:http://pastebin.com/YfwqhT8THello and welcome to the Minotaur Civilization Quest!Previously (before my power went out):>A)Impregnated an Orc chick named Kvinna>B)Opened up a massive network of mines, dug up some shit like Bloodstones.>C)Subsequently got driven out of those mines by SPIDERS THE SIZE OF A BLOODY HOUSE. After collapsing a portion of the mine down on them, we went with the rational solution and tamed them. Because why not.>D)Groaned as my power crapped out. On with the show!And can we please stop sending out William to go and fuck every woman there is?
>>41160295A letter has arrived in the capital!>To my dearest friends>Hello! I bring news of this bloody massive world of ours! On my journey I have kept rather detailed charts and maps of everything I’ve found. Unfortunately, the damn things are too big to be sent by this current…Medium? That the word? Anyways, expect me to return soon. >P.S.>This world is full of strange creatures, just the other day I saw a massive vessel with a black flag and skull and crossbones. The passengers appeared to have green skin of all things! The very next day I saw fish creatures fluttering about underwater, they walked just like our human friends in a rather disturbing way as well. Taking my eyes off the sea, I looked up and saw a humanoid creature, but much skinnier and more primitive looking, like an early version of the humans. Speaking of them, I happened across a tribe of our friends! However, instead of the pale skin and kilts of our brethren, these men and women had a brownish tint, and wore elaborate clothing that doubled as armor from my observations. >P.P.S>We fished up a skeleton, somehow still intact, of something that appeared to be half human, half beast. Only problem is we’ve never seen the lower half. Looked a bit like sheep, but it had much longer legs and a leaner ribcage.
>>41160295http://pastebin.com/XybdsmvsFuck I forgot the tech list.
HolaOn an unrelated note, is Kvinna taken from the Swedish word for woman?
DROZEN STATS:>Population (Minotaurs) 8320>Population Growth 315GROK STATS>Population (Minotaurs) 4035>Population Growth 205GORRIC STATS:>Population (Minotaurs) 3130>Population Growth 215>Population (Human) 3170>Population Growth 230ALAGAR STATS:>Population (Minotaurs) 1755>Population Growth 165>Population (Human) 1790>Population Growth 165>>41160327Yes sir.
https://archive.moe/tg/thread/40863445/ Btw is this the last thread?
>>41160361YES THANK YOU GOOD SIR. I owe you big time.
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>41160304>Black peopleEstablish a colony wherever the fuck they live
>>41160426Off to a great start we are
>>41160426Minotauria, Minotauria, Minotauria rules the waves.
>>41160426>A1: Colonies>99: Amazing success!Upon further investigation, Brakla finds that the back of the letter seems to have a set of directions on it. How he missed it the first time is a complete mystery, but there seems to be a bloody well massive continent to the south of your lands. Muttering to himself about how this went last time, he orders a colony be established in the region to act as an exploratory force.The journey itself was calm, though the uncanny fish people were sighted, and no contact was made. Soon enough the group made landfall. The grass was so tall, even the tauren of the group struggled to see over it. Clearing out a small portion, they soon saw smoke rising in the distance. Civilization?A few forward scouts were sent, and they soon happened upon a small village. By their count there was about 200 people inside. Their skin was similarly colored to a tauren's, and they wore strange clothing with what looked to be some kind of hide. However, they were soon spotted and chased back, with their pursuers moving effortlessly through the savannah grass while your scouts regularly tripped up. Fortunately, no one was hurt, though several spears were flung by the men.>>41160548Country name confirmed.
>>41160590Nobody tell /pol/
>>41160351Check on the snow elves.
Rolled 87 (1d100)Send diplomats to our dark-skinned equals.
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>41160707>>41160717I propose we send William and/or Brakla to do this.
>>41160732It would probably be more respectful to send a king, provided we're protected from GM shenanigans.
>>41160761Fair point. Change my vote to this man's
Brakla it is then.
>>41160761Could we bring them into the empire? Or try to unite them with our humans?
>>41160855Seems like we have a new breeding project ready.They could probably remain independent, we can just settle their lands a bit and they can settle us a little. We could a trade a bit too.
>>41160295>I'm late edition!that is what she said, referring to her period, because she is pregnant, because minotaur>Previous thread:>There is none! Apparently I didn’t archive the damn thing properly!https://archive.moe/tg/archives all threads on tg automagically. searching it for "minotaur civilization quest" in subject and checking the box for "only show opening posts" shows that the last thread is archived herehttps://archive.moe/tg/thread/40863445/#40863445
>>41160717>A2: Diplomacy and for the love of god if you people try and fuck these guys I swear to fucking god>87: Great success!Remarkably, the distance between the homeland and this new, less jungle-y world is rather short. This is evidenced by how quick the word of these strange new people spreads. Brakla, having seen how William handles diplomacy, leaves the now visibly pregnant Catherine for this new land. He specifically orders William to not come, as this would likely lead to them leaving a bastard behind.The trip was pleasant, and soon he saw the shoreline of what he decided to call (insert settlement name here). He made quick work of finding the village, following the trampled grass and pointy spears sticking out of the ground. Making a note to investigate those later, he appeared at what he assumed to be the entrance of the village.>"Greetings! I come in peace!"His voice startled the people, but his monstrous appearance was what led to the numerous men of the village grabbing their equipment and forming up to make a wild charge. Or, at least it looked like it. They seemed to be performing the Bull's Head maneuver, and a man in thick hide armor spoke from the center.>"What brings you here, demon?">You will get +5 to rolls in this, seeing as how excellent Brakla is as a diplomat.>>41160855>>41160926Not even five minutes in and you people are looking for ways to fuck complete strangers.
>>41160955Gracias mi amigo
>>41160961Unfortunately we cannot fuck them since Brakla is a married man.
>>41161013Send William. This always go well, even Civvie says it. Alternatively, send Tsunami
>>41161023Celtic Zulus, the ultimate warriors.
>>41160989you are most welcome, and now, I am going to go and read thread 1, I will most likely not be able to catch up before this thread ends though.
>>41161103Don't worry, just jump into it. We can fill you in
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>41160961Ask about the demon.
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>41161160>A: Demon>1: Critical failure!A look of confusion crosses Brakla's face. Demon? What buffoonery is this?>"My friends, I assure you I am no 'demon'. I am King Brakla of the Minotaur Kingdom. We have come her-"He is abruptly cut off by the barbed spear now implanted deep inside his chest. Then another. And another. Finally, one straight to the groin. Even a Minotaur cannot withstand this, as the barbs wrenched at his flesh, tearing apart the blood vessels and his heart as blood poured out in buckets. >"W-why..."He drops to his, knees, desperately trying to yank the polearms out but only causing further damage. His vision begins to fade in and out, with his thoughts flicking constantly between this and Catherine.>"NO DEMON WILL TAKE MY FAMILY EVER AGAIN!"Brakla looked up just in time to see the man bring down a massive wooden club on his head, smashing through the skull and splattering bits of bone and brain all about the place. His last thoughts were of home.
6 actions and 4 techs please.
>>41161312It's time for war. How many of them are there?
>>41161394You have no clue, but this village had roughly 200 men, women, and children in total.
My heart is hurting.
>>41161423Nah it's fine. I blame the dice gods.And black people.
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>41161312Tell Catherine...
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>41161312Amass troops for war.>>41161454I vote against this.
What's the game plan?
We could gather all troops, call all other people into the game, and try to recover Braklas body and have a necromancer (I don't know if we have more than one?) try to revive him. Although that may have consequences. . .
>>41161454>A3: Sad News>38: Failure!>"...You're kidding."Catherine's mouth is agape as the messenger speaks the words.>"Brakla">"Is">"Dead"She collapses to the floor, similar to her husband's body, and begins to break down, Tears which would have normally streamed are coming out like waterfalls as the poor woman lies in unfathomable pain, and her attempts at speaking are cut short by more and more sobs. >"Oi, was' going on 'ere?"William finally reaches the top of the royal palace, and he sees his friend lying on the ground, wretching in agony. The messenger repeats what has been said, and William just looks down in shock.>>41161508>A4: Army>25+5=30: Failure!The troops are all gone. Well, at least any that you can spare. Most of the army is over in Cuth, and all the young and able recruits are guarding Drozen against the possible Dark Elf attack. They simply don't have the manpower to field troops against these people.
>>41161547By other people into the game I mean the halflings and stuff.
>>41161585Why the fuck would the Halflings help us? I don't even think Berengar gives a shit.
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>41161639Sorry, just a bit frustrated right now.>ASend William out to do something, I think Catherine needs to be alone right now.
Rolled 60 (1d100)>>41161580Very well, we can't go to them, we will make them come to us!We will send Roldana to spread rumours and clues around their region that a man with [enter Tsunami description here] was a demon killing the tribe's members.At the same time, we send Tsunami into hiding somewhere near our village and let the clues lead the enemy near him.At the meantime, we set traps in the area and make sure Tsunami can escape safely if necessary.
>>41161744This is genius and hopefully nonlethal.
>>41161677>A4: Alone time>2: Absolutely horrendous failure!>"Oi, uh...Catherrine."William kneels besides the broken woman, slowly becoming surrounded by a puddle of tears. He places a hand on her, trying to get her attention, but is knocked back by her fist flying right into his right eye.>"GET AWAY FROM ME YOU ALCHOHOLIC MAN-WHORE!"Catherine wails as William gets to his feet, and he simply looks over to her and shrugs. He leaves the city, with Sophie in tow and heads towards the Hive. Kvinna follows him.>>41161744>A5: Traps>60: Success!The village settlers are, in a civil word, angry. They come over here, in peace with NO FUCKING WEAPONS, and these assholes go and kill their king for some bullshit about a demon. They want a demon? They'll get one.Tsunami is shipped over, fists constantly balled in fury. The more crafty of the village begin sending out patrols deliberately close to the village, speaking of a great demon, taller than any man or tauren, with fists made of cold highland steel and stained with the blood of thousands of enemies. Needless to say, this spooks the crap out of the tribesmen. Hunting parties are sent out, and many become ensnared in the lethal traps laid about. Some die by way of pointy sticks through the everything, others are hung by their own clothing, and the less fortunate ones lose limbs and are sent back to remind everyone of the demon's power.Tsunami himself stalks among the grass, and, when one party gets a bit too close, he begins to snort and crack his fists like an animal. Those that stood and fought him were soon met with their faces turned into a fine red mist.Be back in a moment
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>41161912Funeral service
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>41161912This happened too fast. Well, i also wanted to say that Tsunami would be wearing a specific mask that resembles the face of a demon. Anyway.Payback time, second part.Send Roldana out again, this time spreading the rumors that a wise man has been found who has a solvant that can decrease the demon's strength so that people can fight him.Construct a shack in a mountaintop. Fill the area with traps that look directed to animals, but instead are directed to these assholes. Make it as subtle as possible.Appoint one of the fanatic villagers as the "face of the sage" who speaks in behalf of him. Say as little as possible. Offer whatever travelers to sell them the solvent for a great ammount of money.Have Roldana around hidden. If the villager is about to say anything wrong, assassinate him and run away, letting the villagers see the mask of the demon.
>>41162042>A6: Funeral>30: Failure!Some of the more upstanding of your citizens decide to hold a funeral service for their deceased king, and ask for the body to be sent over. Unfortunately, it appears that the body had been devoured by four-legged creatures used by the tribesmen, with the skull (or what was left of it) being used as ornamentation.This didn't stop the men and women from trying to hold it, though Catherine's wails and the horrible fire that followed did.
>>41162134Oh, the solvent is merely some kind of weird alchoholic colored drink by a mixture of things that cannot be found in the foreigners' land.
YOU WANTED A MOTHERFUCKING DEMON, A MOTHERFUCKING DEMON THY SHALL HAVE!
I had to go to the bathroom and brush my teeth and stuff, but I'll participate as much as possible as of now.
>>41162134Shit, sorry man!>A7: Payback>62: Success!Roldana takes a ship over to the new settlement, rather peeved at these king-killing fuckwits. She decides to have a little bit of fun with them, and begins to spread rumors of an ancient wise-man up in the far off mountains to the west. There he resides, guarding a draught that will drastically reduce the demon's strength, as well as melting away that god awful mask of his.Construction crews are sent out, moving under cover of darkness and smuggling supplies through. Eventually they find a suitable spot overlooking the area on a plateau, and make a ramshackle house laden with traps. Some are obviously designed for animals, while other, more subtle ones are hidden in the shadows and just waiting for a passerby to carelessly step over them.Surprisingly, the tribesmen take the bait. The actual man was just a random old guy they picked up off the ship and threatened to kill if he didn't comply. Of course he went along, selling his drink to any who would pass by the, in reality, poorly aged beer. These bastards think they're invincible now.>>41162299No worries.
I AM SO LATESO SORRY>Looks at Thread... I am late for the Thread ONCE and this happens?... We need a new King... At least till Brakla's and Cath's kid is old enough
>>41162329Buena noche mi amigo.
>>41162329Cath can probably rule by herself (providing she gets some help) as a queen regent until the babe is old enough.
>>41162380I agree. And William's just fucked off hasn't he?
>>41162322That guy is a real ass dude.
>>41162322The traps were supposed to kill some of them!Still.One more thing, and i hope this works. Roldana is on the move again, and says that the same wise guy requires that three young boys and a girl from the tribe are chosen to be some kind of totem bearers and would hold totems in the upcoming fight. They need to stay and train with the old sage.After they are left there, we send people to abduct them and burn the house. We send Roldana again to spread the rumours of "the demon attacked the sage while the poor guy had no more juice", and abducted the children. Different place this time, different traps, as many troops as we can get.
>>41162400William's probably not very good socially (other than sex). I always imagine him to be a very stern guy who has trouble showing emotions. I don't know if he really knew what to do right now.
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>41162454Oh yes, dice. Don't fail me now!
I would comment more, but I'm just so shell shocked about what happenedI feel like I need to write an obituary for Brakla
>>41162470Fair point. Sad sex with the Queen and Kvinna?>>41162500THIS ANON IS BETTER THAN ME AND I AM JELLY
>>41162545This is no time for mourning Minobrother. First, we settle this thing. Then we mourn the dead. And hope enemies cry more than we do.
>>41162454Forgot to add in the statistics for both of those rolls. I am not on my game tonight, am I?>-20 village population>>41162484>A8: Let it burn>80: Great success!These people can't seem to understand complete bullshit when it's sent out on a silver platter right in front of them. They bite the rumors yet again, and whispers of sending trainees are making their way to your village. Tsunami and Roldana share a laugh over beer, then resume operations.The "wise old man" takes in the children, all of the still incredibly young. He gives them crudely carved totems, and sets them on a regime of doing fuck all besides sitting around going OOOOOOOOHM. Then the troops arrived.Well, "troops" is a loose word. It was really a group of twenty angry tauren with pointy sticks and pyromancy. The shack, as well as any surrounding flora, goes up a blaze of glory and lies, and the children are brought to the village bound and gagged. Fortunately for everyone involved, everything, such as the time and place, were different from before, leading to a rather confused tribal populace.>-4 to village population!
>>41162582Ok, okokok>BreathingRight, I got this>1Everyone, get a name!It help Civvie with votes and stuff, you dont have to, but it helps>2We need to settle how we do this thing with the new enemies, how we fight and stuffI 'would' recommend sending in the Colossi, but this is across the Ocean, not happening>3Civvie, WHY!!!>Breaks down crying uncontrollably
>>41162545Write in the blood of the murders whom killed an unarmed brother, who spoke of peace, now they will not have it but when we are done there will be silence
>>41162678I refuse to name myself on basis of no.Also, there were fish people in the water, and greenskins. Allies?
Rolled 33 (1d100)Bushfire
>>41162820Saving this for next turn CUTH STATS >Population (Minotaurs) 795 >Population Growth 100 >Population (Awaken) 170 >Population Growth 20 >Population (Human) 795 >Population Growth 100 >Population (Dwarf) 384 >Population Growth 60Don't know why that took so long...
>>41162865Damn, i crushed and lost everything i was typing. Give me one moment to d othe last part of my plan.
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>41162865Fuck This>A1Kill those Mush BastardsWe need to fucking clean up
>>41162865Dos acciones con un tech por favor!>>41162879No problemo mi amigo
Rolled 29 (1d100)>R1Invent PokémonPokémins?
>>41162886>A1: Fungicide>26+5=31: Failure!The news of Brakla's death launches the entirety of the army into a pure, unbridled rage. Everything seems to have gone wrong recently, and you know what? They're fucking tired of it. They're tired of being camped in this humid shithole. They're tired of having to just sit and watch as their home crumbles. So you know what?We're gonna kill those fungal bastards.To put into eloquent words what they did:They lit the fucking jungle on fire and charged through it balls out. Needless to say, this plan didn't exactly work, though a decent chunk of the soldiers made it back only marginally burned.>-1000 soldiers in Cuth!>Total Army size: 3,450
I need to sleep, this Thread has taken a lot out of me, and I haven't been on it very longBye!P.S. I will write an obituary for next Thread
Rolled 5 (1d100)>>41162879Ok, last spread of rumours. "The demon in inside [out town name here] ghosts and spirits town.".Around our central square, we conceal barricades with millitia behind them and traps of oil and fire. Gag and hang the children on a visible spot on one of the buildings. Rig the building with explosives/fire/whatever.On top of the building Tsunami will be standing with the demon mask. We will have made an invisible escape route for him for when the fireworks start.All civillians will be hidden from sight, but will carry weapons just in case. If the tribesmen ask, we tell them that it is a ghost town, and ghosts cannot be seen you dumbo. But the demon can hit ghosts too! And he got our children too! (Of course, we will use a human to say that.)The final plan is, they come inside, Tsunami calls for their 10 mightiest warrior to be honorable to come and face him alone in the building, when they go in and reach 1-2 floor we make the building go boom, taking away their mightiest warriors, and the millitia shows themselves firing arrow behind spiked barricades, traps go off and spread fire, and we get Catherine a royal chair to watch from afar. She can participate too if she wants.If possible, we want to capture a few of them alive.
>>41163030No, you know what? Fuck this dice roll. I ask for a reroll! Too mighty of a plan to fail so miserably!
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>41162926>R: Pokemon>29+5+5+5=43: Average!"Combing the living creatures into new ones? Preposterous."A scientist's idea is quickly shot down by the more rational members of the community. This doesn't stop him from trying to stitch a lizard's head onto another. The result is a dead lizard, a bloody mess, and a very confused living lizard.>>41163053Roll it. If it beats my roll then you can reroll. Otherwise it will be a critical failure
Rolled 74 (1d100)>>41163075
>>41163134Reroll for you.
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>41163140Dice Gods. I trust in thee. Do not fail me once more...
>>41163075THESE FUCKING ROLLS
>A2: Payback Part IV, the Payback-ing>42: Average!How gullible can these people get? They honestly believe that your bustling village is populated by ghosts and is little more than a desolate husk. As such, they send a scouting party with their best men to try and find out what in the name of the king is going on.The tower Tsunami stood on was little more than scaffolding hobbled together by a few plucky engineers, though it was more than capable of holding him and hiding the troops. When they were laying down traps, they realized how this might cause a massive bushfire. They simply shrugged it off and waited.With the civilians safely packed aboard a ship, the militia watched as the party came through, poking their heads in the various buildings to find someone, anyone. Then they heard his voice.>"WHO DARES ENTER MY HOME? BRING ME YOUR TEN BEST MEN TO FIGHT FOR YOU LIVES!"The frightened men, ducked for cover, then looked up to see Tsunami standing before them, face concealed by a blood red demon mask. Then fire, lots of it. Like, holy shit, there is an actual physical wall of fire around the village. Arrows, spears, and rocks soon began to fly as Tsunami leaped down, crushing a man with his weight. The natives were confused as to what to do, as shown by the contradictory instructions. In the end it didn't matter, as there were no survivors.
DROZEN STATS: >Population (Minotaurs) 8645 >Population Growth 315 GROK STATS >Population (Minotaurs) 4240 >Population Growth 205 GORRIC STATS: >Population (Minotaurs) 3345 >Population Growth 215 >Population (Human) 3400 >Population Growth 230 ALAGAR STATS: >Population (Minotaurs) 1910 >Population Growth 165 >Population (Human) 1955 >Population Growth 165Those poor Zulu bastards.
>>41163350Hmm... How many villagers should still be left in the village of the tribesmen?
Rolled 31 (1d100)Check on William, and the other heroes for that matter.
>>41163447Ok. After this onslaught, i will try to gather troops again, people inspired by the bloodshed.
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>41163470
Rolled 74 (1d100)Find the green-skins
>A1: Heroes>31: Failure!William and Kvinna are no where to be found, as is Sophie. They're believed to have gone for the Hive, and ancestors know what they're doing. Catherine just continues to sulk about the palace, frequently locking herself in her now empty bedroom. Roldana and Tsunami are bloodlusted, and Milomir? Milo's just taking orders. He is only a soldier after all.>A2: Moar troops>40: Average!The recent massacre of the scouting party rallies the people. They're so stupid they walked right into our hands without even seeing the giant fucking Minotaur standing on the big-ass tower. This leads to some of the more physically adept men taking up arms.>+20 militia in the village!>Total count: 40>>41163499>A3: Orcs>74: Above average success!Some of the sailors begin reporting seeing the aforementioned black flag ships, and attempt to make contact. They are met with one of two things.>A)Green-skinned brutes inviting them onto their ships to chat or some shitor>B)Green-skinned brutes sinking their ships with gratuitous amounts of cannon fire.
>>41163853Give me a moment, i am typing. This is going to be my last post for today, so i'm making this glorious.
Rolled 59, 14 = 73 (2d100)>Build a statue for Bralka.>Retry Pokémon, but with better tech
>>41163884I don't want to steal his thunder if he's typing something up and this would block it. I was watching Pokémon (yes I know it's shit but that's why I've been distracted, and why I've tried making them).
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>41163648Officially name Tsunami the warmaster and secretly announce Roldana as the Spymaster.Get the troops we have amassed, cut off the heads of the fallen tribesmembers and put them on pikes. Tie up the children on a large board and have Tsunami carry them. Make crude masks for everyone and march for the village.When outside, present the heads of the fallen and the abducted children, along with the following speech, after we have gained their attention."We have come to your land in peace, and your answer was war. And war was what you had. We have killed numerous of your people, and will do so again and again, until each and every one of you is eliminated, for we have the demon with us.(At this point, the pikes with the heads are raised to the air and Tsunami puts the board, on the floor with the children under it, and his foot over it, intimidating the enemy that he will step on it if they do anything funny.)But, we are also here to offer you a different solution. You will become our servants and slaves. Since you have killed the only man who would strongly oppose such a thing, you yourself have shuttered your own moral shield.So, what say you? Will it be ball and chain in safety, or your peoples' demise?">>41163909Thanks.
>>41163945I can see this going well. PArticularly with William being an ex-slave.
>>41163884>A4: Statue>59: Average!The masons and blacksmiths of all the mainland cities get together to forge a mighty statue of Brakla, towering over a majority of the buildings in the city. Upon completion, Catherine orders it torn down, to the rather audible groan of everyone involved.>"There is already a perfectly good statue of my husband with me, and as Queen I order it to remain that way."The statue is dismantled promptly afterwards.>R1: Pokemon>14+5+5+5=29: Below average failure!The scientific idea of mish-mashing two living beings together is a novel concept, but when put into practice (a la trying to give a fish the abilities of a hyper-sheep) almost all attempts fail miserably or a distraught animal.>>41164031To add onto this, that was a stupid comment. My apologies.
Rolled 64 (1d100)Send a therapist to talk to Cath. She might need some help.
Rolled 74 (1d100)>>41163945>A5: You wanted hell? You got it.>18: Complete failure!Tsunami's tasted what it feels like to kill, and you know what? He loves it. The warm blood still dripping from his hands, he ordains himself as Warmaster, with Roldana as the Spymaster in secret. He personally decapitates all of the corpses, setting them up on pikes and strapping the children to hard wooden boards.With the children and bodies in tow, he and the militia march out to the village, leaving a slowly drying trail of blood behind them.>"IS THIS WHAT YOU WANTED?!"The tauren's angry roar somehow manages to knock a hut down. The remaining armed men huddle around the civilians, though the fear is present in their eyes.>"WE CAME IN PEACE, AND YOU RESPONDED WITH WAR. IS THIS HOW YOU WANT TO DIE?"As he says the last part he slams the board down on the ground, stepping onto it with one leg and slowly squeezing the life out of the children.>"YOU ASKED FOR A DEMON, SO WE HAVE FOUND ONE."Some of the men drop their weapons.>"YOU HAVE TWO CHOICES. SURRENDER NOW AND LIVE IN CHAINS AS OUR SLAVES, OR DIE."The man who killed Brakla steps forward, wearing his horns as part of his helmet.>"No."With that, he makes a wild charge, but is stopped by the cries of the children being pressed into the ground.>"I'M WAITING.">Rolling for response
Don't worry, I'm later. Now to get caught up.
Lob 'is fucken 'ead clean off, m8.
cleave him in two vertically with the shear power of our rage then hold his two half up for the rest of them to see, tell them to throw down their arms and submit, they started this and now we will finish this.
>>41164263Should i roll a contested roll too?
>>41164263The young man looks absolutely defeated. He hears the clattering of his troops' weapons falling to the ground and them slinking into the crowd. He gives a sigh, then drops his own.>"You have beaten us, all I ask is for you to be merciful."Tsunami grunts in approval, tearing out the board from beneath him and tossing the children into the crowd, likely breaking several bones. After doing so he grabs the young man's head with his fist, smirking as he tears the bastard in half to the horror of the people. The people are marched back in chains, to the cheers of all that are present. The village is then torched, leaving only smoldering ashes in your peoples' wake.>+160 slaves in the village!>>41164259>A6: Therapy>64: HOT DAMN LUCKY NUMBERS>"My queen?"A young guard steps into the palace, careful to not make himself threatening in any way. He is met with a groan.>"What do you want?"He sputters for a moment.>"I think you need some...Entertainment. It's not healthy to wallow in sadness."If looks could kill, this man would be dead right now. But that doesn't stop him from dragging her out to a game of Civilization. She actually (after having to be restrained by guards) gets into it, and is soon up and playing with the others. Her sadness is translated to the game, as evidenced by her OUT-NUKING GHANDI. Nevertheless, she seems a bit better now. Not by any margin happy, but a few steps above suicidal as she was previously.
Rolled 64 (1d100)Get William back here.
>>41164441You overdid it a bit, but ok. One last thing. Any slave who shows exceptional courage, intelligence, or anything exceptional, is freed and kept in the village as a citizen.And with this i bid you farewell guys and Civvie.
If we have any rolls left after this, I'd like to start the Nobel Prize. We could lift forward people who've contributed greatly, and thereby encourage others to do the same.
>>41164536Sorry man. See you next Saturday and goodnight!
>King dies off of one 1...Goddamn that was brutal...
Rolled 45, 100 = 145 (2d100)Get William back here asapFind the remains of our fallen king for a proper burial, the Queen need closure.
>>41160616We're hereWe have always been here
>A6: William>64: HOT DAMN LUCKY NUMBERSCatherine, now able to think straight, sends a messenger for William to, quote, "get his Highland ass back here and give the girls some time to breath before you shove your dick into them again." This is met with a "fuck off." Catherine, now heavily pregnant, heads on over to the Hive. Bursting into the throne room, she sees a small mountain of empty bottles and buckets, as well as a passed out Queen, Kvinna, and William. Sophie pops up.>"Hi auntie!"She crouches down to her, and in her sweetest voice possible, tells her to leave the room. After she does so, she proceeds to scream a series of words so grotesque they shall not be repeated hear, shattering the quiet atmosphere and forcing the threesome's eyes wide awake. After yelling for a bit more, she grabs William and Kvinna, and on her way out Sophie, and drags them all the way back to Drozen.>>41164673>45: Average!>"Wha' in tah name of fuck are ye on abou' you crrazy bitch!?">"Oh, I'm sorry. My husband was only MURDERED IN COLD BLOOD BY A GODDAMN SAVAGE!">"YOU T'INK I DON' KNOW T'AT? HE WAS MAH FRRIEND TOO ASSHAT!"These arguments are soon put to rest by Kvinna knocking everyone right the fuck out.>>41164552Roll it.>A7: Proper Burial>100: RNGESUSBack in the village which has yet to be named, the militia are able to sift through the ashes of the village to find what looks to be the skeleton of a minotaur. These are soon identified as Brakla's by Catherine when they were sent back, and a funeral pyre was lit with his remains. Teary eyed, she watched his ashes fly on the wind as a procession that winded about the entire city carried his horns on a mantle into a tomb deep underground. The place is locked up tight. >THE AGE OF BRAKLA HAS ENDED!>Regency instated!
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>41164552
>>41164862>A8: Nobel Prize>66: Success!With the kingdom now in order, Catherine sets to work in honoring those who avenged her husband. Ordering a fine statuette forged out of gold and inlaid with precious gems, she calls for a massive public meeting. She announces that she will give this fine award to those she feels deserve to be honored for their work and/or actions. She takes a deep breath, then announces it will be...>Who will receive the Nobel prize?
The guy who enslaved all the dudes maybe? The prize ceremony could be interesting.
>>41164951Apparently my name didn't go through. >>41165055One vote for Tsunami
>>41165081William for the most productive Man-whore the kingdom could ever ask for.
>>41165108One vote for William
>>41165108Oh wait, its for avenging her husband. Tsumani, then.
Two for Tsunami. Going once
>>41165149another vote for Tsunami
>>41164951>Tsunami>"The winner of the Nobel prize is Tsunami for his work in avenging my husband's death!"This is met with a massive roar of happiness from the crowd, and a smirking Tsunami taking the stage and statue from Catherine.>"Thank you my brothers, I am glad to have served our fair king and queen."He gives a small wink at the end to Catherine, and soon joins the others in filing out of the plaza area.
Not as inspiring as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r98tT0j1a0 but he's a man of action, not words.
CUTH STATS>Population (Minotaurs) 895>Population Growth 100>Population (Awaken) 190>Population Growth 20>Population (Human) 895>Population Growth 100>Population (Dwarf) 444>Population Growth 60Final two actions and tech please!
Rolled 50 (1d100)>A1More soldiers pls
>>41165299>A1: Soldiers>50+5=55: Average!The recent funeral perked up spirits a little bit, but it did little to heal the wounds of the Blazing Charge. The average citizen saw this act as absolute foolishness, and began to distance themselves from the military for safety reasons. On the plus side, you now have dedicated new recruits. All 50 of them.>+100 soldiers in Cuth!
Rolled 51 (1d100)Can we do some Spiritual Research or something?
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>41165386> A- Clear some more jungle.
>>41165440>R: Spiritualism>51+5+5+5=66: Success!While some of the more brute-headed tauren were releasing their anger into any nearby object they could smash, some of the more pious set about "communing with their ancestors." In reality all they did was carve a few totems and get high off their ass with the God of Air, but on the plus side they learned all the different gods that are currently watching over them.>God of Earth discovered!>God of Metal discovered!>God of Life discovered!>God of Death discovered!>God of Love discovered!>A2: Jungle Clearing>27: Below average failure!While the Blazing Charge did clear out a decent chunk of the forest, it seems like the place has a mind of it's own. The plants overtook any land that had been cleared almost instantly, and little was made in the way of making new room for the people. Plus side you have a bunch of sharp broken axe-heads lying around now.
Alright boys and girls, good thread! Well, depressing, but they're only slightly different.Questions/comments/concerns/criticisms?TENTATIVE SCHEDULE7/18/15 at 5:30 P.M. EST7/25/15 at 5:30 P.M. EST
Would it be in poor taste to start another Minotaur Civ in the upcoming week or two? I honestly thought this one had went kaputaski, and another one has popped up.Damn. I had a nice little world built. time to wait a month or so and try then I guess.
>>41165682Sorry for the delay man, but I think it's a great idea!
>>41165769It would be very different from yours, so I don't think we'd have much of an issue. Just thought I'd give a heads up as 'professional' courtesy.
>>41165956Professional? Dude, I'm some dick on the internet. There is no professionalism here!But seriously, don't worry about it!
>>41166053I'm worrying about it. Was lurking in this thread for ages and never posted, it was fun to watch.
>>41166092Thanks man, but:Do.Not.Fucking.Worry.About.It.Just have fun with it!
>>41166124I'm all worked up now, worrying you or others are going to shit on me for stealing this.Maybe I shouldn't.
>>41166153Do I, or anybody in this thread for that matter, sound like the kind of guy that would get pissy? Just roll with the punches, you're anonymous so who gives a damn?
>>41166092>>41166153So....you're doing another Mino civ as well? I was the guy who asked him originally.So many Minos
>>41166403Not anyone, I was planning but I'm too worried about stealing you two's thunder and people getting annoyed at me maybe, I'm sorry.
have this threads minos meet the other quests minos
>>41166595Yes, yes it has.>>41166437Don't apologize.>>41166403Indeed