Hey guys! Wanna play one of these?I'm up to anything really but I'm leaning towards to insects or slimes for this. If you want something else just vote for it
>>44111000>>44111012>>44111037>>44111067>>44111097Holly shit guys you came out of no where. Out for a fag for 10 minutes and will be writing when i get back. roll me a 3d100 for your circumstances
>>44111132well insects are boring as fuck so bye
>InsectsOverrused in civs. I'll back anything that isn't this.
>>44111139>>44111147well you could always vote for something else..
Rolled 65, 12, 59 = 136 (3d100)>>44111132
>>44111174>Demons in SwampWe are an untested Demon Prince who was summoned by a group of Dark Mages in an unholy swamp.
Rolled 90, 50, 45 = 185 (3d100)>>44111132Rollan>>44111139>>44111147I'll take the reason civs are dying for 500, alex
Rolled 42, 35, 72 = 149 (3d100)>>44111243I would prefer this over insects
Crits unofficial count3 insect2 demon1 slime1 vampireI'll play no matter what but I'm not gonna change my vote on principle
>>44111251>people not wanting to play as a race that they don't want is killing civsNope.
Rolled 76, 13, 10 = 99 (3d100)>>44111132Insects swamps
>>44111304Sorry, I meant deamons!
Okay, so far we've got:4 Insects2 demon1 slime 1 vampireAaaaaand...I think we're going for Insects.. Writing I didn't want to make you guys choose just what I felt like hosting. It was just a way for me to not get this thread into a voting shitstorm
>>44111362well that seems to have failed
>>44111294I just picked one op said he was interested bruh, the reason civs are dying are that alot of people flake on themIt's really hard to run that wayI didn't mean it as personal attack
>>44111395A lot of people flake on them because a lot of the same exact civs get run over and over and it becomes old quickly.Slimes and Insects happen all the time. The Bullywug civ that was up yesterday was refreshing though.My opinion on why civs aren't as big as they were a few months back when they were fucking huge is because of streamlining. All the civs kind of end up playing the same and it's dissapointing.That said, good luck to the CM running this I hope you can make it a fun time for us all.
>>44111469I like the cut of your job anon, I respect itThat being said insect and slime civs can be interesting, just like humans orcs dwarves and elves can be its all what goes into them
>>44111362Nah I'm really hoping for insects. Evolution and customizing our units. Swarming 5:1 just to reach parity of strength, eating everything and at the same time diplo and trade royal honey for food or some such.
Okay I'm calling a new vote here. I'm not banning anything so go nuts. I've been in one too many civs that went to hell just because people were ass-hurt by the race that was chosen.So here, choose ANYTHING that you guys like but this will be the final votes. You got until the end of this song and at the end of it I'll just go with whatever has the most votes
>>44111530Let's be dragons then
>>44111530Shit forgot the song.... well another fiveish minutes
>>44111553Sure lets go with this, or lizardmen if dragons are too OPIn the jungle
Well... then dragons it isWriting
Hunger. That's the first feeling you get in a long time. Slowly you begin to stir from your sleep, all manner of senses assulting you all at once.Sounds, your aching bones and smells that are quickly recognised as blood, death and fire. You open your eyes and lazilly stand on your, stretching your almost petrified skin with every movement. You are awake! >Choose colour of your dragon king:*Green - Smaller in size but fast and cunning, a pair of legs and strong wings you look more like a over-sized wyvern but you are way more dangerous*Black - Massive, tough and strong. Bony spines dot your huge frame supported by four log like legs and two pairs of wings*Red - Not big, nor small but smart. The most iconic of dragons, hoarder of wealth, commander of armies, King*Write-in fluff, size and everything else Scanning your immediate surroundings you can discern that you are in a shallow cavern. In front of you are the charred remains of what looks like humanoid creatures, recently killed, but by what?As you move out of the cavern you find yourself surrounded by enormous trees and greenery. A rushing sound catches your attention and as you turn a wyvern hisses to your right. It keeps it's distance for now although it looks at you with vicious eyes.What do?~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population:>Food:>Tech:>Resources:>Buildings:>Army:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in (1d100)
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>44111950GreenGather: Lets find us some food
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>44111950Nicely written OP!BlackScout the nearer area to get an overview about the important places we can reach
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>44111950*Blue. I know it's not an option, but I'm going to say it anyway.Scout around
>>44111988>>44112070>>44112147Well at least I've got you guys :)Looks like scouting wins but we still need a consensus for our King>>44112147 I would've put more types in there but that's why I said to write in. Anyway wanna fluff the blue one up if it gets more votes?
>>44112147Blue sounds interestingSorry I knocked the fuck out
Ok blue dragon it is. More magically adept does that sound allright? But you lose on strength and sizeWriting
>>44112206Blue - Vain and powerhungry, Blue's are distinguished by a large horn protruding from their forehead, and their lightning breath.
>>44112323Or that. That works too
Why not both they don't exactly contradict each other >>44112323>>44112339
>>44112339>>44112323Por que no tenemos dos?
>>44112385Vain, magical affinity, its size in relation to other dragons could be a sore spot for it.
>>44112339This, with lightning magic? Have its size be a sore spot
I think we're all in agreement. Just waiting for the write up
>>44111950> populationHow about a tribe of goblins worshipping us?
>>44112521I don't think that's an option. That's going to be part of OP's story.
You scoff at the snarling wyvern and stretch your wings, blue scales glimmering in the slight light that penetrates the dense folliage. You take a step forward, the wyvern retreating with a hiss behind a boulder near the entrance to the cavern. Looking at it you start flapping your wings, slowly inching higher and higher until you pass the upper cannopy of the jungle you are in.Looking around you cannot discern much but looking southwards you can see the forrest thining a little as a huge river cuts through it. It appears you fell asleep in the side of a small hill surrounded by an ancient jungle that seems to span forever. Content about your curiosity being sattisfied you start descending back your former "bedroom".By the looks of it you and the scared Wyrm are the only living beings around. Rummaging through the burnt corpses you indulge yourself on the charred meat in a failed attempt to sattiate your hunger.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King 1 scared wyvern>Food: None >Tech: None>Resources: None>Buildings: Shallow cavern>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>44112611GatherLets find something to eat, then start building a proper lair.
>>44112611Attempt to subjidate the wyvernSee if we can communicate with it
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>44112611If this little thing is intent on sticking around now that we're awake, then it's going to make itself useful. Let's show this thing who's boss.Rolling to dominate the wyvern.
>>44112685Oh wow! Wonder what will /tg make me write up..
>>44112721Well at least I didn't mean it in a magical realm wayLike make him know we are in charge and he listens to us
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>44112721>>44112717Guys calm your tits.Maybe she gets angry and flies away= no baby dragons. Lets do it the old way, get something to eat and then rape her.So first> Gather foodthen bring it to her, let her eat it and fuck her so that she plops out some eggs
>>44112721>>44112779Yeah I just was thinking someone to go hunting for us because why should we waste our time..
You decide that since you are stuck here with the thing, why not, well.. Have fun.You slowly approach the wyvern, your chest puffed, your horn high and proud. It watches you with a reserved curiosity until it hits it. You're male it's female, you are bigger and faster. All it does to stop you from subjugating it is a weak snarl as you gently bite at the back of it's head.It is night time when you step out of the cavern. Your new mate while smaller than you still managed to nick some scales of your maw, but now it calmly rests on the same boulder she used to hide behind.Your stomach rumbles violently as you start to feel a bit woozy. All the energy you expended today needs to be replaced, you can't even remember when you ate last. (-5 to all rolls)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King 1 wyvern mate>Food: None >Tech: None>Resources: None>Buildings: Shallow cavern>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in[spoiler to be honest you guys rolled pretty high and I kinda wanted to test my writing here so... please don't judge me too harshly [/spoiler]
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>44112976....This isn't what I meant at all. But hey, I guess if we get some hybrid offspring, why not.Rolling to gather some food for us, which now includes our mate.
Rolled 68 (1d100)>>44112976Didn't go magical realm so its good.now lets find some dam food
Rolled 7 (1d100)>>44113024Support for food
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>44112976Supporting food too, starving just as we start would be a shameful end.
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>44112976>Gather (1d100)
>>44113026>>44113024>>44113048You listen to what your body tells you and with a grunt you open your maw at your new mate:"HUUUNNNNN-GRRrrrrrrYYYYY"She lifts her head up gently chirping at you as you both head out into the jungle to hunt. She moves hungrily from tree to tree, breaking and bending branches, you following closer to the ground, listening.Suddenly she stops clinging to some sturdy branches as she tilts her head from side to side. A family of primates sit on a long branch of a massive tree, munching on a blue-ish fruit. You start counting one, two.., four, fi- Before you get a chance of making a plan your mate screeches as she pounces at the biggest ape, bringing it down by biting on it's neck. The others panick and start to scatter around the cannopy but you manage to catch a cpouple of stragglers, quickly swallowing them whole. You are not left with much after the meager feast, 2 apes, but at least you are sated for today.You bring the prey back home and lie back in the cave contemplating your next action.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King, 1 wyvern mate>Food: 2 apes (4 turns) >Tech: None>Resources: None>Buildings: Shallow cavern>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in (1d100)
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>44113329Begin digging our cavern into a proper lair
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>44113379>>44113329Supporting this. Can't hold a hoard in any shitty cavern....We're getting a hoard, right?
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>44113329Eventually we're going to want better accommodations then a cave in the woods, but sure let's improve what we got.Rolling to improve our lair, or at least expand it.
>>44113379>>44113402>>44113456Sitting in this damp little cavern makes you quite unconfortable, you can't even stretch your wings!You get up and start digging at the loose soil, piling it at the entrance of the cavern in a circular shape. As you dig and dig some more, you hear a yelp from somewhere within the jungle. As you turn to face the sound you can distinguish some shapes moving between the trees and bushes. Your mate looks concerned, chirping and tilting it's head at the sound.Just as you start moving towards the weird sounds out of the greenery two huge four legged beasts come charging at the two of you. Your mate panics and soars to the high branches, leaving you facing the two behemoths.They are roughly your size and currently charging towards you. As you get ready to face them, you feel a surge of static moving across your body. You are ready.>BAttle faze. During this faze you can give orders to your army (right now only the lone wyvern) and act independently. I will roll for the creatures, and you vote for what actions to take and roll.You've got two actions. What do? (2d10)
Rolled 7, 1 = 8 (2d10)>>44113803We should fight smart. They can't fly, so we should take off and attack from the sky, use our breath if we have any, otherwise swoop down to attack then come up again.Wyvern should probably do the same.
Rolled 6, 9 = 15 (2d10)>>44113820Those look like they're used to ramming things with their foreheads. Let's not allow them to build up momentum. Get in the air and blast one with lightning.
>>44113929Don't forget that you also have the wyvern at your disposal
Rolled 6, 10 = 16 (2d10)>>44113803Take to the air, lightning strike one. Your mate can stay out of this.
Rolled 17, 66 = 83 (2d100)>>44113978This: >>44114123and Get the Wyvern to get into action once (if) your lighting attacks inmovilize the beasts.
Rolled 4, 5 = 9 (2d10)>>44113929>>44113862 A great bellow roars from the bigger beast as it charges at you only to stop face first in the fresh mound of dirt you just dug out, yourself already in the air after a burst from your wings. Looking down at the confuse animal, you let the collected energy burst forth from your maw straight in it's back with a powerfull boom.It staggers back to it's feet clearly dazed by the shock as you land behind it.(Jungle Behemoth 35/50hp)Before the second animal can even make a move towards you, your mate pounces on it's back, biting and scratching, it rips whole chunks of meat and fur from it's back and neck. Panicked, the behemoth starts jumping around with the wyvern still attached to it's back in a futile attempt to shake your mate off (Jungle Behemoth 20/50hp)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Forces: -1 Blue Dragon king (50hp/70mp) -1 Wyvern mate (20hp/50 stamina) >Enemies: -2 Jungle behemoth ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>>44114306New turn of combat. It's your turn, so roll again with your actions (dice +2d10 please )
Rolled 2, 1 = 3 (2d10)>>44114306both of you RIP AND TEAR
Rolled 4, 8 = 12 (2d10)>>44114306We keep the same strategy, since it's working.Our mate should go for the coup de grace now, keep biting!
Rolled 7, 6 = 13 (2d10)>>44114306It's dazed, and we're behind it. Let's follow the lead of our mate and ride that thing, ripping it apart.She can keep doing what she's doing.
Rolled 1, 10 = 11 (2d10)>>44114306Switch your focus to the most damaged Behemoth, diving from the air. nNo lighting strike this time.
Rolled 9, 5 = 14 (2d10)>>44114306Pick up the dazed behemoth as far into the air as you can before dropping it. Land behind and bite the other one.
>>44114359>>44114377 As a warning from now on, I take the best of three rolls. BUT I also take in consideration the crits. like here >>44114401It's one roll for every one of you so here the dragon failed. miserably. but the wyvern is doing alright I'll take Moe's post for now. Writing
Rolled 5 (1d10)Seeing the fleshy bits of the dazed behemoth before you makes your mouth water and you follow your mate's example and pounce on it's back with a murderous intent in your eyes.Just before you can dig your claws in the backside of the creature, a kick from the beast's hind legs connects straight with your jaw, turning your vision black for a couple of seconds. Your mate on the other hand keeps ripping chunks out of the behemoth. It gives a weak belch of pain right before the agile wyvern bites on it's head and, with a sickening crunch of bones, breaks the creature's neck~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Forces:-1 Blue Dragon king (40hp/60mp) <dazed>-1 Wyvern mate (20hp/45 stamina) >Enemies:-1 Jungle behemoth ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~New Turn. State your actions and roll
Rolled 5, 9 = 14 (2d10)>>44114634Both rip and tear the behemoth. No more games.
Rolled 2, 1 = 3 (2d10)>>44114634Pick it up and drop it
Rolled 10, 10 = 20 (2d10)>>44114634Fly into a rage, how dare that creature touch you! remove beef
Rolled 6, 6 = 12 (2d10)>>44114634Lighting strike the remaining Behemoth, taking care of not hitting the Wyvern who should stay back until after the Blue Dragon King attacks.
Staggering but furious you let the pain in your jaw drive you. Static shimmering all around your body you lift yourself on your hind legs and, with a thundering bellow of rage, you bite into the head of the behemoth sending sparks of hot energy into it's skull.You hold it's head in your mouth feeling it's skull slowly giving way, it's mane smouldering from the electricity surging through the thick fur, Your claws battering and ripping at the twitching giant's neck. You quickly grab and twist with all your might ripping the head out of the smoking hunk that falls limp on the ground.You roar, victorious!!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Gained: 2 Jungle behemoth body (10 turns of food), 1 Jungle Behemoth Bull skull~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
still dizzy after the confrontation you gorge on some of the meat and clamber into your cavern to rest. Your mate drags the bodys back and lays next to you on the soft ground.You awake agin in the morning, refreshed after the rest you took. Your mate seems to be missing though as you search outside for her, and the ape bodies seem to be missing.What do?~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King, 1 wyvern mate>Food: 2 Jungle Behemoth (10 turns)>Tech: None>Resources: Jungle Behemoth Bull skull>Buildings: Cavern, Dirt mound>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in (1d100) >>44115036
Rolled 12 (1d20)>>44115052I say we scout a bit. See what's around, and most importantly, who.
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>44115052Scout the area towards the river
Rolled 12 (1d20)>>44115052Scout around and see what kind of lands surround the Cavern
>>44115071>>44115087>>44115088Seems to be a consensus here. Writing!
Concerned for your new found mate, you decide it's best to take to the air in search of her. You slowly climb a tree to it's top and survey the immediate surroundings.You don't spot many things. Some of the apes you hunted swinging between the branches and liannas, other small animals and lots of trees. Defeated by this sight you stretch your wings and soon you are above the canopy heading towards the big river you saw on the first day.The flight to one of it's banks was uneventfull, but once you get there you get a feeling like being watched. Walking around you see lots of foot-prints of various animals in the soft, muddy bank of the river, but a pair of them in particular stand out. Not nearly as big as yours, but clawed just like yours. You curiously follow them as they leave the river bank and head into the thicker jungle again. As you follow the footsteps you notice darting movements between the hulking tree trunks around you, the feeling of beeing watched deffinetily confirmed, you swing open your wings and clamber to some lower branches to scout around.It doesn't take long for you to spot what was following you. Salamanders. Small (compared to you) quadruple lizzards, with sharp fangs and teeth, they gather bellow your branch and look at you curriously.What do?~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King, 1 wyvern mate>Food: 2 Jungle Behemoth (10 turns)>Tech: None>Resources: Jungle Behemoth Bull skull>Buildings: Cavern, Dirt mound>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in (1d100)
>>44115428> with sharp CLAWS and fangs...
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>44115428Take note of their numbers, location and behaviour. Head back to the cavern, and take a chunk of flesh from the Jungle Behemoths to present at the Salamanders in an attempt to woo them into your power. If possible, see if they have a leader to negotiate with.
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>44115428>>44115496If they have a leader, we should find a way to replace it... But for now, let's try this. Supporting Moe's idea.What about our mate, though?
>>44115496>>44115527Hey guys going for a quick smoke 15 mins.You're in for a surprise when I get back. Keep disscussing about what you guys want to do in the long run so I have an idea in the meantime, please
>>44115589Well, I'd like to have some focus on developing the magic aspect of the blue dragon. Maybe impart it into some subjects, or learn to do other cool stuff with it. Also, a castle.
>>44115589Well... I personally think we should find something intelligent to subjugate. You know, get a civilization working for us. Then... spread our reach to get the world's riches!
>>44115639I'd also like to do this first. I'm a huge fan of magic, but we can be far more productive if we can have minions to deal with the manual labour first.
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>44115635>>44115639>>44115819 Ok, I'm back. Done some world building in my head and I'm just gonna give you a bit of a spoiler. You'll get there, but... well you're kinda still animals.Smart ones yeah, especially you, but it will take a while to get the castle and riches and everything you guys want. I want to run this for a while and I kinda have a big goal for you guys to achieve.But anyway, let's get back to the surprise. Writting don't mind the roll it's for... stuff
You spend some time analyzing these creatures. They're small but agile, some of them even climbed closer to inspect you. They seem quite fond of you actually.You counted about 6-7 of them running about bellow you. Still you went out looking for your mate but you think you can have some fun since you're out exploring so why not? Taking off into a flight you go around the jungle hunting for some apes. The salamanders follow you curriously, and seem quite extatic when you drop the mangled bodies of the apes for them.You spend more time eith the little critters untill you finally take off back towards your lair, where to your surprise find your mate (wanna name her?) building a nest for the two of you. There's some colourfull feathers in there, some sprkly stones, and even mangled bits of metal. She chirps excitedly as you arrive and seems surprised when she sees 7 Salamanders watching playfully from around some bushes at the two of you.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King, 1 wyvern mate, 7 Salamanders>Food: 2 Jungle Behemoth (8 turns)>Tech: None>Resources: Jungle Behemoth Bull skull, Tiny Horde (colourfull feathers and pebbles, bits of metal)>Buildings: Nest (1) , Dirt mound>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in (1d100)
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>44115932>>44116149Hahaha she's started our hoard for us.So if I'm understanding the GM, this won't be focused on building a civilization so much as building ourselves for a little while.I'd like to do some research, but I'm not really sure what we could possibly do there. So..Rolling to practice some lightning magic using trees as the targets. Nice green trees that are less likely to start a forest fire.
Rolled 3, 4, 3 = 10 (3d6)>>44116149Research our powers in order to better understand our power. Look into what makes the king different from the wyvern or the salamander, and test everyone for magic aptitudes.
>>44116521>Dice+1d100that goes in the Options (ex email) fieldAlso, I like the idea of building too.
>>44116521Oh bollocks. So newfag i forgot the quotation marks. "Dice+1b100I hope im doing this right .-.
Oh. Third try...I apparently didnt read that part ._.
>>44116569>>44116591You are getting there man, now try without quotes
Fuck. This time maybe?
Realized im doing b instead of D
>>44116569kek. Put it where it says options in the writing thingy.Also what do you want to build? Right now you're kinda in the limits of digging and pilling things on top of each other.I could take this >>44116494 as an action since it's a fucking crit. But you guys decide>>44116624This is just too funny man Also. You can name yourselves and your mate if you want
>>44116654>You can name yourselves and your mate if you wantI suck at names. Lets call each others "hey..." for ever
>>44116494Oh crap! I didn't even look at my roll!>>44116654I'm awful at coming up with names
I think i got this.... ._..... I didnt think it out this far.
>>44116710it's just hillarious mate. Look. Copy thisdice+1d100Right where the options field is
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>44116710Like this
Rolled 88 (1d100)Maybe....... Possibly? I copied and pasted example and edited it. This cant POSSIBLY be wrong unless i am missing another box that says options. as for the building, more digging?
>>44116494So guys. Should I go with this?
Thanks for help. I swear on the dark god tcho-tcho that I did this like the 4th time...
Yeah. Im getting my post block extended greatly for all the attempts at rolling.
>>44116888k Then, Writing
I am very proud of my achievement... I even took a screenshot and now its saved on my 'Achievements' folder. Previously empty.
>>44116896Allright!It is nice that you said you want to continue this story. DO you have twitter? So that we can see when you will be starting a new thread when this one ends?
Looking at the salamanders play, your mate fiddle-ing around with the nest and the boring scenery around you decide to get up and do SOMETHING. So you wander a bit around looking for something to hunt untill you stumble upon a pack of the ape creatures you hunted before, but this time you get to plan first and then act. As you lay in the cannopy contemplating the different approaches you can take suddenly you remember about the fight with the behemoths. the feeling of static running across your body, surging from your maw straight onto your enemy, and so you decide to try and recreate it.It takes a couple of tries to get the right tension around you but soon you are surrounded by a light blue shimmer. It crackles a bit as you rub across the folliage, but you maintain the feeling, stalking the family from above. When you are right on top of the group, you open up your wings and silently glide downwards. You eventually get spotted but they didn't stand a chance. As soon as you heard the first panicked cry, you released all that tension in an instant, parralyzing the unfotunate animals. All you had to do then was pick them up in your mouth one by one and carry them to your nest.>Electrical Surge discovered. You get a better understanding of your power. Using the Surge in battle Will stun big enemies arounf you and might actually kill smaller beings.>10 apes hunted~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Population: 1 Blue dragon King, 1 wyvern mate, 7 Salamanders>Food: 10 apes(10turns), 2 Jungle Behemoth (8 turns)>Tech: None>Magic: Electrical surge (deals damage and stuns ALL the creatures around the Dragon for a turn)>Resources: Jungle Behemoth Bull skull, Tiny Horde (colourfull feathers and pebbles, bits of metal)>Buildings: Nest (1) , Dirt mound>Army: None~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>Scout (1d20)>Gather (1d100)>Build (1d100)>Research (3d6)>Write-in (1d100)>>44117188Sure m8, here it is https://twitter.com/MunQm
So, when did this civ gaming start? I remember doing something like this years ago on an online game which was basically a map with text you can change. It was hilariously bad and under thought in comparison to this tho
>>44117372Also, i think this is a good place to call it a night. Should be running this tomorrow if you guys are interested.>>44117482I'm into this for about 2 years (?) now.This is my second attempt at a civ game. I started an insect one a WHILE back but IRL shit got in between..Anyways I might have a hexografer map by tomorrow and a better fleshed out system, so stay tuned.Here's my twatter again https://twitter.com/MunQm
>>44117372Allright, thanks for the twitter. Would be nice if you could post when you start a new one and the link to the /tg/ atchieve when you saved this thread after it finished! I have to go now, from germany and its 2pm here, have agood night, and thanks so far!>>44117482It started with this thead, if you have more questions just ask them in this thread, it is a civ-thread-general where all the people which are interested in these kind of civ-games write in and answer questions:>>44081110>>44081110
>>44117539Yeah, would be awesome!Will you upload it to /tg/rchieves?http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/requestinterface.html
>>44117613I'll try but i haven't done it before.. If any of you guys could do it for me this time I shall be forever grateful
>>44117646Thanks for your time, was fun
Hope all of you guys liked it and that I'll see you again. I just hope that the curse doesn't get me. Sleep tight y'allAnd pretty please someone archive this