You are Sascha, formerly of a tribe whose name you see little reason to remember, and now slave and instrument of the Stonetusk Clan's will. Your infiltration of the dragon Slaagyr's forces has gone better than you could have hoped. While you have yet to catch even a glimpse of the dragon himself, you have ingratiated yourself to his lieutenant Snowfox, and even spurred her into action against her fellow lieutenant Arban in retribution for the actions of his patchwork orc thing. The sorcerer and his creation now lie dead in his sanctum, and one obstacle to your master's conquest has been removed.Of course, there's little chance that Slaagyr will ignore the death of such an important member of his forces as Arban, which means that things may become a little tense around here soon. Perhaps it's time to start thinking about a hasty exit to return to your masters with what you know. The only question that remains is how to make that exit without being picked off by Makoor's strange watchers and their unblinking vigil on the pass, and in how to handle the possibility of utilizing your relationship with Snowfox to further stack the odds in the Stonetusks' favor.For now, you join Snowfox and the others in demolishing Arban's laboratory, a job which the cragfolk set to with singular intensity, none too happy with whatever abominable sorcery the deceased owner was practising upon the bodies of their kin. Your eye catches the oily glint of the black crystals sat upon the back table. You have no knowledge of sorcery, no knowledge of what these odd stones' purpose is, and you know that the cragfolk will be all too eager to smash them in short order. The question is whether your masters would appreciate one of the crystals for themselves, the clan does boast several spellcasters of its own, after all.>Pocket a crystal>Leave them be
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>>46667304>Leave them be
>>46667304>>Pocket a crystalMight be useful, not like we plan to hang around too much longer anyway so I doubt it could do something bad to Sascha before Ku'zag and the others had a chance to inspect it.
Alright, so, anyone have any ideas on how to use our relationship with Snowfox to make the war easier, if we at all can use it for that?>>46667307Does Sascha know how to write?And I forgot, did we drink some of our vial before this assassination? I don't think you mentioned it in a post if we did.
>>46667304>Pocket a crystalIf Snowfox catch us say it's a memento.
>>46667304>>Pocket a crystal
>>46667393>Does Sascha know how to write?Just about.>And I forgot, did we drink some of our vial before this assassination? I don't think you mentioned it in a post if we did.Yeah, you did, if I forgot to mention it, my bad.
>>46667411Did we drink half of it or all of it?
>>46667414All of it.
>>46667426Damn. What about our companions, are their vials still full?
>>46667304pocket a crystal
>>46667464Some of them are, yes, but most have drunk at least part of it.
Pocketing a crystal wins.>Roll 1d20
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>46667542Damn, didn't think we'd have to roll for it.
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>46667542
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>46667542
You sure do post early warlord. Usually I catch your threads in the evening Not that I am complaining. This lecture is incredibly dull
With how distracted the group is with demolishing the laboratory, it's no trouble at all to slip one of the smaller crystals into a beltpouch. You suppress a shiver as your fingertip brushes it, a cold, oily sensation lingering as your finger turns white. Eventually however, warmth returns, and the sensation fades, the cragfolk finally reaching the table of crystals, shattering them to splinters with makeshift clubs and leaving them glimmering amidst the wreckage of wooden furniture and glass.“Okay, let's get out of here,” Snowfox nods, leading the group back up out of the laboratory and out of the front.No warning bells sound at your exit, no torches light up the camp, it seems that all within have slept soundly through the death of the sorcerer. All the same, you make your trip back to the camp in silence, creeping through the shadows, the rest of the group splitting off to their own tents as they pass them by.“What about that creature that got away?” you ask, as you sit yourself down on the furs of Snowfox's tent floor.“Nothing we can do about that, I'm proud of my tracking skills, but I can't track a shadow. With any luck it was only bound here by Arban's magic, and it's already long gone,” Snowfox sighs, stretching out on her back with a yawn.“You seem pretty relaxed about all this.”“Tonight I either solved one big problem for my people, or damned us all to death. I'd rather not spend the night angsting over which way fate brings this one tumbling down. Either way, it felt good to finally do something, pacing around grumbling really isn't my thing,” Snowfox smiles, letting her eyes drift closed.>Gather your group and sneak away tonight, before Arban is discovered>Go to bed for now, you can figure out a plan in the morning
>>46667782>>Gather your group and sneak away tonight, before Arban is discovered
>>46667782>>Go to bed for now, you can figure out a plan in the morning
>>46667782>Gather your group and sneak away tonight, before Arban is discovered
>>46667782>Go to bed for now, you can figure out a plan in the morningThis way,we can sabotage Slaagyr more. We should try to get snowfox under our influence to to the point of full manipulation
So, how exactly are people planning to leave in the middle of the night, with just our group's support?Humans don't have great night vision.I think it'd make more sense to try to get sent out into the nearby settlements to recruit ,like what Snowfox was doing, and leave then.Regardless, be sure to leave a note before we leave, telling Snowfox that we'll be back for her, to make the right choice who to fight against when the time comes, and to burn the letter after reading it.
Looks like you're sneaking away.Are you leaving a note?>Yes>No
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>46668190
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Rolled 17 (1d20)>>46668190
Rolling for readable handwriting anons?
>>46668312>>46668334>>46668342>17 Good job
>>46668346Cause anons are dumb.Only way we are getting out of this camp is through the underground, and thats going to be a whole barrel of knife-in-darkness fun.
>>46668343I think for sneaking out or making sure we convince her to do more damage.
You think it might be time to go. Even as you think it you feel an urgency building up within you, emotions struggling for dominance. Foreboding, anticipation, perhaps even a little sadness to be leaving Snowfox without more of a goodbye. But, gods of your masters willing, perhaps the two of you will be reunited as slaves once more, and you can show her the joys that the masters bring.Snowfox falls asleep soon enough, and you make your move, scrounging up a scrap of paper and some charcoal from within the chaotic mess of Snowfox's belongings to scrawl out a quick message. You apologize for leaving without telling her, and thank her for her kindness, suggesting that perhaps, in the not too distant future, she may have to make a choice on where she stands, and whom she is willing to lay down her life for. Perhaps it is underhanded, but you ensure to slip in a mention of your assassination of Arban, all the better to ensure that Snowfox suffers no misplaced pangs of loyalty or regret, and tries to take the letter to Slaagyr.You linger, looking down on Snowfox's sleeping form, finally tearing yourself away to gather up the others. The camp is quiet, but you know that Makoor's watchers dwell beyond, and that is assuming that no more mundane agents of the dragon spot you first.>Roll 1d20
>there are people itt right now who think their unasked-for rolls mean anything at all
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>46668410
Rolled 12 (1d20)>>46668410
Rolled 6 (1d20)>>46668410
>>46668425>>46668429>>46668434Jesus Christ. That 17 sure would've been good now.
Oh dear, what to burn some of Ur's Y'zagya Zoka favor for a reroll?You have 1 remaining.
>>46668457Damn, we only have a single Y'zagya Zoka favor left...>>46668466Ugh, fine, it'd be way too much trouble than worth it getting out of here otherwise.
>>46668410Can we retroactively put the proposal of putting all blame on us if needed there? Would that be a good idea?
Okay, favor burned.>Roll 1d20>>46668516What, you mean in the letter? You can if you want, but I won't tell you whether or not that's a good idea.
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>46668539
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>46668539Here we go
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>46668539
That's more like it.Writing.
>>46668557>>46668563>>46668570That's what I like to see
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>46668539
Rolled 20 (1d20)>>46668539nope
>>46668582Hey warlord can we send a dedicated detachment of orcs to plunder the waste's ass for loot?
>>46668639You could do, sure.
>>46668639>not plundering that ass yourselfWEAK
While there are a few cragfolk still awake in the camp, it's easy enough for you to slip around them as they huddle by the campfires at its centre, into the dull moonlight of the camp's entrance and through to the pass.From here on out though, the sentries will be far less lax. You have little idea of what Makoor's summoned servants are even capable of, but you have no doubt that they were chosen for their keen senses at the very least. It doesn't help that the pass' high walls block out most of what little light filters down from the night sky, leaving you to feel your way along the edge as much as walk it.“Can we at least light a torch, or we'll fall to our deaths before those things can even spot us,” one of the group grumbles, rubbing his ankle, having near slipped over on some loose stone, just barely managing to stop himself by grabbing hold of a nearby boulder.You think you're far enough away from the main camp now that the cragfolk wouldn't spot a torch, but Makoor's watchers might, that is of course provided they can't already see you clear as day in the pitch black as it is...>Light a torch, you need to see where you're going>No, slow and steady, pick your way along in the dark
>>46668685>>46668685We all know that anons would get too distracted to do this anon.
>>46668738Light it up.The jungle is dangerous and full of predators as well
>>46668738>Light a torch, you need to see where you're going
>>46668738>>Light a torch, you need to see where you're going
>>46668738>>No, slow and steady, pick your way along in the dark
>>46668738They probably can. >Light a torch, you need to see where you're going
Okay, torch it is.>Roll 1d20
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>46668876
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>46668876
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>46668876
>>46668906>>46668907>>46668911Could be worse
>>46668927I doubt it'll be enough, but ah well
You suppose there's no choice, you've lived in the Howling Mountains long enough to know the risk of tumbling to your death thanks to bad footing and loose stone even with the sun high in the sky, you'll lose half of your group to broken necks before the night is out at this rate. Besides, if the watchers have spotted you, you'd rather see them coming.“Alright, light it,” you nod, your comrade fumbling with some flint and tinder for a moment before he manages to get the torch lit. Even with the flickering light, it's still oppressively gloomy in the pass. You stick to the edge, amidst the rocks, hoping that it might serve to at least lessen the possibility of one of the watchers spotting you.Despite the frayed nerves however, your whole group reaching for weapons every time a pebble dislodges itself with a clatter, the journey through the pass progresses smoothly for quite some time. You can't judge exactly how far away the end of the pass is, but you'd guess that you're getting there, and without any unpleasant encounters so far.Of course, no sooner do you think that, than a pungent stink hits your nostrils, forcing a forearm to your nose as you hold back an urge to retch, a couple of your group being less lucky in that department, as one empties his stomach onto the rocks.“What is that?” one hisses, as you walk forward cautiously, drawing your dagger. The stink only gets stronger the further forward you go, until as you circle around a large boulder you finally spot the source. Cursing as the torchlight illuminates the back of one of Makoor's watchers, squatting in the pass.You stand stock still, hand on your blade, waiting for the thing to make it's move, its waxy hide unmoving. You nod for the torchbearer to draw closer, bringing the thing further into the light.(cont)
>>46669205At first, you think to have caught the beast halfway through relieving itself, an explanation for the stench at least, but as the torch casts the thing in brighter light, you realize the truth of it. The foul yellowish mass beneath the beast is its own innards, its belly sliced open to release the ropey bundle of viscera. What you had mistaken for its hunched posture, as it turns out, is instead a result of the creature's lack of anything above the shoulders, the head giving you a wide-eyed stare from a rock behind the mutilated torso, its wide, toothy maw locked in a rictus grin.“The fuck is this?” one of the group whispers.“Who cares, if it's dead, that's one less thing to worry about,” another mutters.“But what killed it?” the first hisses, your group casting their eyes about, uneasy.As you take a step closer, you get an answer to that question, spotting something caught between the creature's teeth, or perhaps placed there, a single, small fragment of black crystal, lodged in its jaws.>Nope, get moving, you're leaving right now.>Take it slow and steady, keep moving.>Is that shadow thing trying to make contact? Speak to it, see if you get a response.
>>46669227>Take it slow and steady, keep moving.
>>46669227>Is that shadow thing trying to make contact? Speak to it, see if you get a response.
>>46669227>>Is that shadow thing trying to make contact? Speak to it, see if you get a responseHopefully it will know we freed it. And only defended our selves.
>>46669227>>Is that shadow thing trying to make contact? Speak to it, see if you get a response.
Okay, making contact wins at the last second.Stepping out for an hour or so, then I'll be back for the rest of the session.
>>46669227>Is that shadow thing trying to make contact? Speak to it, see if you get a response.Shit, if Sasha is bringing a new fey slave for Ur, she's getting added into the harem with it. (or just impregnated by ubermensch orc whelps)
>>46669402>or just impregnated by ubermensch orc whelpsIf you meant "with", then that might already have happened.Also it might be better to give this fey to a more sneaky orc if it does end up a slave.
>>46669411>not wanting one fey of every category of "elements" as a slaveit's as if you don't even worship Y'zagya Zoka
>>46669430Being too greedy isn't good.I'm sure we'll have more opportunities to get shadowy things later
>>46669443We also said that about the orc necromancer, and look how many necromancers we've got so far. I don't regret best girl slapping the everloving shit out of him to save Ur.
Okay, back and writing.
Oh, but first.>Roll 1d20
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>46670290ay
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>46670290
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>46670290
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>46670290
>>46670324Good thing I waited.
>>46670324whew, that was close
There's little doubt that the thing is trying to get your attention, the question is why? Without Arban to guide it, it is most likely acting of its own free will. It certainly isn't in league with Makoor at the very least. So is it showing appreciation for you removing its master, or is it sending you a message for daring to harm it?You suppose there's only one way to find out.“Are you there?” you ask, squinting into the darkness before you, your comrades looking all the more uneasy at your one-sided conversation.“Are you... helping us?”You spot a flicker of movement in the shadows, taking a step forward, your knuckles white as you grip your dagger's hilt. You got lucky hitting it last time, but you wouldn't want to take your chances tangling with something like that again, especially not with many days separating you from the masters.You spot another glimpse of motion from the darkness, another shadow flitting across the flickering torchlight, taking another careful step forward.(cont)
>>46670615Another glimpse of movement, to your left, erupting from the darkness beside you, the shadow creature surging forward. You curse, swiping out with your dagger, the shadow thing neatly hopping back out of range of the attack, pausing, balanced on one foot, waving a dismissive hand before its chest. There's no sign at all of the wound you inflicted not an hour past, just the smooth darkness that passes for the thing's skin.Your group run in to help, preparing to strike at the thing, but you hold up a hand to stop them, as the thing hops to its other foot, shoulders shaking with silent mirth. Was that the thing's idea of a joke?It lingers at the edge of the torchlight, the shaking of its shoulders subsiding, the thing stepping back to give a deep bow, shadowy strands of something resembling hair falling about its shoulders. You frown, glancing to your companions, who seem all too happy to leave this to you.“Do you... want to come with us?”The shadow thing rises from its bow, giving an exaggerated shrug, and then, with a quick hop, she vanishes back into the darkness beyond the torchlight, silent as it arrived.Well, you think that went well, maybe? You aren't sure what your masters would think of this thing coming back to the camp, but it's not as if there was any way to convince it to stop following you. Perhaps the masters might even appreciate the creature, strange though it may be, its body is undeniably female in shape, perhaps it too can learn to love the masters as you do.The rest of the journey passes in relative peace. You lose one more to wasteland predators, but if anything, the journey back was simpler than the journey there. You can't help but wonder how much of that was good fortune, and how much of it was the half-glimpsed shadow following in your footsteps.Either way, several long days later, you spot it, joy welling up in your chest at the sight of the stony walls of the camp. You're home.
Okay, first post of Ur incoming.
well, that went well! I suppose we'll have to catch the fey somehow, but our spellcasters should be able to achieve it. Then some sweet sweet dick and she may be a god asset fighting Slaagyr
>>46670631>Either way, several long days later, you spot it, joy welling up in your chest at the sight of the stony walls of the camp. You're home.That's adorable.
I vote we give the fey to our short best friend we got a few from out last hunt.So I think our friends should get one in return they did help greatly. plus I would love a pov switch in the smutt
>>46670764Green fever anon its the strongest drug around.Hell warlord confirned that the withdraw is hell and old female human slaves don't last long because of it.No clue on old versions of other races.
>>46670790>I vote we give the fey to our short best friend we got a few from out last hunt.Nope, Ur gets best. It's shadow thing, it can morph.best pussy.
>>46670790He is also a sneaky git and a sneaky slave would fit him.
>>46670846If only Or'kug was still interested in taking slaves
>>46670790 Agreed, we need to start giving more harem members to our lieutenants, keep them loyal
>>46670834Let's have it as a vote since there seems to be sentiments about ur not taking her especially almost right after getting a fey a few days before. Plus anons have started to bitch about their feyish girl not getting time.
>>46670870He still took one or two, but yeah he doesn't really want slaves.
>>46670870Nah Zor'ok deserves this one
>>46670790yeah it seems reasonable.Also, I couldn't care less about the smut
>>46670903Considering he had literally nothing to do with it, I disagree, but whatever
>>46670931Not capturing her but being a general bro
>>46670945Or'kug just returned from a shitty trip out to bumfuck nowhere to look for pirates.He was also the one who brought the 5 or so clans from the West back to join the Stonetusks.
>>46670971Yeah fair enough, give her to Zo'rok if he doesn't want her then? I just figure Ur has too many harem members atm and it only makes sense to take epic tier slaves
>>46670971He said that he doesn't want a slave and to give it to the younger bucks.(though the old fuck did take one or two after saying that)
>>46671007The reason for me is literally becuase a few days prior we just got a fey slave and didn't leave anything behind for our bros during the hunt.
You are Ur'shal, Chieftain of the Stonetusk Clan and Warlord of the Wastes, and apparently, owner of some quite skilled slaves. You hadn't held out much hope that Sascha and her group would return, but figured that at the very least you could give them a couple more weeks to arrive before you commenced with your attack.You've left them to rest a while before you hear the report, most of them being a little too twitchy from their long absence from the camp to focus on much aside from sex anyway. Besides, you have other pressing concerns to deal with right this moment.In this particular case, your ogress slave.You send Sho'ka sprinting off in search of Ku'zag, and K'zala out to find A'ska, the two most knowledgeable on these matters, barring any actual priestesses of Y'zagya Zoka. The rest of your harem staying well back, save for Ya'zada and Isyil. While those two perhaps aren't the best for talking your slave through her labor, they are the only two you suspect could withstand an errant fist to the face from a pained ogress without it being potentially fatal.Ashuris so far has settled for pained growls, gritting her teeth, her pride preventing her from crying out, cursing loudly in her guttural native tongue between breaths. You've seen plenty of your females give birth at this stage, but you'll admit to a certain degree of curiosity about Ashuris' whelps in particular. So it is that you linger at the edge of things, as A'ska fusses about the ogress, while Ku'zag mutters prayers to Y'zagya Zoka to ease the birth.Fortunately, while he may be a shaman rather than a priest of her cult, Ku'zag at least has enough favor with the goddess that his prayers do not go unanswered, the whelps coming smoothly and without complication.(cont)
>>46671093Ashuris lies sweat-soaked on the furs, running a hand through her dishevelled hair as A'ska holds the twin whelps in her arms, already larger than the rest even newborn. You peer over her shoulder, taking in the sight of your latest whelps, strong, healthy. Whelps you can be proud of.“Are they... alright?” Ashuris asks, trepidation heavy in her tone.You wonder if perhaps she feared on some level that, in spite of Ku'zag's assurances, her whelps would still be born with her race's curse, malformed and tortured.“See for yourself,” you grunt, nodding for A'ska to pass the whelps down to their mother, Ashuris' eyes widening at the sight of them as she reaches out to take them into her arms.She sits in silence, propped up on a mound of furs, watching them intently, taking in every last detail as the two whelps gurgle, glancing about them with newborn curiosity.“Beautiful,” she mumbles, blinking back tears.(cont)
>>46671113It's some time later that you leave the birth of your new whelps, Ashuris resting in your hut, still fawning over her offspring. You suspect she may be even more of a doting mother than Aleida is. Hopefully this won't make your whelps too pampered, but you suppose if it does, you can whip them back into shape yourself later.In the meantime, you have other matters to attend to. Your spies are back, which means it's time to move forward with your plans for Slaagyr. You already got the short version of events from Za'ria, but you could still speak with the slave Sascha personally. Alternatively, you could get to work marshaling your forces and hashing out a plan of attack.>Speak to Sascha>Gather your lieutenants, prepare for war
>>46671131>>Gather your lieutenants, prepare for war>Speak to Sascha
>>46671131>>Speak to SaschaTime to get WARPING JETBLACK PUSSY.
>>46671131>Speak to Sascha
>>46671131>>Speak to SaschaAsk about they fey fleshlight.
>>46671131>>Speak to SaschaShort version ain't good enough, chief can't be making decisions without using his sources of information
>>46671131>>Speak to SaschaYes please
>>46671131>Gather your lieutenants, prepare for war>Speak to SaschaIt would probably be better for everyone to hear this. To reduce miscommunication.
>>46671131why not bring sacha to our meeting?She can leave after recounting the info.
Okay, speaking to Sascha wins. I've seen a couple of people asking about bringing her to the meeting and speaking to her in front of the lieutenants, so let's clarify that.>Speak to her privately>Bring her to the meeting
>>46671376>Bring her to the meeting
>>46671376>Bring her to the meetingwe don't want the fey for ourselves anyway
>>46671376>>Bring her to the meeting
>>46671376>Speak to her privately
Okay, bringing her to the meeting wins.Writing.
You send for Sascha to be brought to the meeting, sending for all your lieutenants to meet you in the meeting hall. It's time for you to put an end to Slaagyr once and for all.You take your seat at the head of the meeting hall, your lieutenants filtering in in short order, Za'ria arriving a little while later, bringing Sascha as requested. The slave looks weak at the knees as her eyes dart around the meeting room, surrounded by your lieutenants on all sides. You can only hope that she has her wits about her enough to actually remember anything.“I've already heard the quick version, but repeat it for my lieutenants, in detail, leave nothing out,” you grunt.You've heard most of it, the journey north, meeting with Snowfox, the pass and its defenders, the state of the camp and its layout, the malformed orc the sorcerer was keeping, and the shadow fey. So far, your scouts have seen no sign of the fey since Sascha's return, if it's still skulking around, it's being very stealthy about it.Sascha goes back over everything in detail as your lieutenants listen, sweat glistening on her forehead. You think, perhaps, that she took your command a little too seriously considering the depth of detail she went into. Not that most of your lieutenants seemed to mind the detailed description of her sexual exploits with Snowfox mind you.“So that's it,” you grunt, Sascha practically salivating at this stage, Za'ria leading her back out of the room before she can throw herself on the nearest orc at the meeting.(cont)
>>46672017“Interesting. We still don't know enough about Makoor and the ogres' numbers, or have a definite means of breaching Slaagyr's cave, but it sounds as if his forces are disorganized enough that we could shatter them if we hit him hard,” Or'kug grunts.“The pass is risky, it would give him time to marshal his forces, there's no way we'd sneak an army through there, but the tunnels could get messy too,” Zo'rok frowns.“I say tunnels. Most of the ogres won't fit into them, and if we're lucky, we can find a route to Slaagyr, or maybe even make one. We have means of cutting through rock after all,” Ya'zar comments.“We'd still be going in blind, from what little the scouts explored, it sounds like a whole maze of tunnels Joachim's cult have infested,” Or'kug adds.“Do we all need to go the same way? Why not send the main force in through the pass to keep Slaagyr's army busy, while a smaller group on Spirit Vultures strike directly at Slaagyr's lair?” Ya'zada suggests, slamming a fist into her palm.“We don't know how many defenses he has up there, and we only have a dozen Spirit Vultures trained and large enough for work like that,” Dru'ak frowns.“We know he keeps himself separate from most of his lackeys, which means there won't be many sentries. A dozen is plenty for that coward, I'll happily volunteer as one of them,” Ya'zada snorts.“No-one's volunteering for anything, not until we hear the plan. What do you say, chieftain?” Or'kug asks, the assembled lieutenants turning to you.>Go through the tunnels, hope for a route up to Slaagyr's lair in there>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair>Go through the pass, hit Slaagyr's forces head onSend a strike team up on Spirit Vultures to attack Slaagyr directly?>Yes>No
If you have alternative suggestions, feel free to write in whatever. Leaving this one open a while.
>>46672036>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lairThis negates the advantage of the Ogres they have and will be a guaranteed way for our forces to link up with the strike team>YesDue to the infighting in the forces he has gathered if we can take him out early then the rest of this will be easy to mop up, especially if we promise preferential treatment to those who turn to our side
>>46672036>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair
>>46672036Whatever we do, I say we must do it right after the sacrifice, when the coven is at it strongest. We need them for a lot of things in a pretty much any plan. Also, we still have that barrel of gunpowder, right? At least I think it was gunpowder.
>>46672158You do, yes.
>>46672036>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair>NoIf we're tunneling up, flyers would just warn them before the assault.
>>46672036Go through the tunnels and bring the covenand yes to the strike team
>>46672036>>Go through the tunnels, hope for a route up to Slaagyr's lair in thereBest chance we have, hopefully the cult's disorganized enough that we'll get relatively far before Slaggyr is notified, and at least we won't have to fear being surrounded too much.>>NoNo way a dozen orcs on spirit vultures could take out an Earth Dragon, even if it is young.
>>46672036>Go through the pass, hit Slaagyr's forces head onThey're disorganized, a wizard is dead and a fey is shanking everyone.I think its a better idea than using a tired Coven and wandering around in the dark.
>>46672036Oh, >>46672215 was supposed to include bringing the coven as well.>>46672202The strike team is stupid when combined with the tunnel strike.>>46672096The strike team is just a waste of orcs who'd be stuck there alone if they didn't succeed. And it's unlikely that they would, this is a dragon we're talking about.>>46672221No it isn't, Makoor's watchers are more reliable sentries than the cult, and they have the advantage there on their home turf, as well as us not being used to canyons and fighting on rope bridges.At least orcs see in the dark.
>>46672036>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair>Yeshopefully the path of least orcs killed, we gotta keep our numbers up to face Xipil afterwards after all.
>>46672036Bring up the puzzlebox we have.
>>46672036>Go through the pass, hit Slaagyr's forces head on>Yes
>>46672276>>46672295You do realize the proposed strike team has no chance against Slaggyr, and Ur would have to be on it, right?
>>46672279Puzzlebox goes to giants, probably a lab or something funky.
>>46672315I'm not quite sure where you are getting that half a dozen hero units plus half a dozen honourguard stands no chance.The more concerning part is the people who are voting for the striketeam with tunnels when that means the Ogres are free to assist Slaagyr.
How about we send some into the pass, make it look like we're attacking from there and then strike through the tunnels?
>>46672256all good points i change my vote to no for the strike team>>46672202 is me
>>46672036>>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair>>No
>>46672036>Go through the pass, hit Slaagyr's forces head on>No
>>46672036>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair>No
>>46672036>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven to tunnel up to Slaagyr's lair>NoWith the coven's help we dont go in blind either, we'll know of any incoming ghouls or mad cultists, any ambushes they plan, ect
>>46672356What does that accomplish exactly? The cultists are still going to be in the tunnels, the orcs outside are likely goping to get killed by ogres and the whole thing is in all likelyhood going to be spotted from miles away because they have pretty good scouting from the tops of those canions any aboveground force marches through.
>>46672036Is having the Witches tunnel even remotely likely to work with a freaking Earthdragon countering their tunneling attempts?Not quite clear on the powerlevels involved.
>>46672424He'd have to actually be countering it, so it works as a distraction at least, maybe.
>>46672424Well, he would need to know they are there to do any counter, and if we do this right after the sacrifice, I think they can punch a tunnel right to his lair before that.
>>46672424Well, you have the coven, plus the assistance of the earth elemental that Ashuris' mind controlled dwarf can summon.You have some pretty heavy earth-based firepower on your side, but it's a gamble, just like everything else, since you can't ascertain Slaagyr's level of power beforehand.
>>46672473Eh, as long as it's not an auto lolnope my worries are somewhat assuaged.
>tfw people won't give rest to ogremom after birthI'm disappointed.
Okay, so having the coven tunnel up from the caves wins.No on the strike team.Next question. Do you want to wait a couple of weeks for the next sacrifice and time your attack for it so the coven is powered up, or do you want to strike now in case Slaagyr figures out what's up?>Strike now>Wait for the sacrifice
>>46672403If we will send Iron Warriors plus some veterans there under a solid command, I think they could engage in the defensive battle and draw everyone's attention, including that of a Joachim and Slaagyr there, which leaves them open to a fast strike. Include Bra'kyr for a maximum attention drawing.
>>46672616>>Wait for the sacrifice
>>46672616>Wait for the sacrifice
>>46672616Can we start moving up north through the tunnels, but time it so our coven does the sacrifice right before we really hit Slaggyr's home base?
>>46672703Yeah, let's do exactly that.
>>46672616Is Ash and the coven in condition to move now? Isn't the rest of the coven pregnant too ?Can A'ska summon some low level servants to protect the camp while we are away ?
>>46672703That was what I meant by waiting for the sacrifice, yes. It's several days walk north, so you'd need to leave early.
Okay, waiting for the next sacrifice wins. Writing.>>46672760The coven can move shortly, Lurashka gave birth a few days earlier, and Rasha will do in a few days time according to Ku'zag.A'ska isn't a sorcerer, she can't summon anything, who were you thinking of?
>>46672821i think he meant the divine dust devil servants that she had be around the tower she hibernated in
>>46672821Is it a coincidence that all three of the coven have the syllable 'ash' in their names, or is that significant to their faith or something?
>>46672852Oh, you're talking about Aza'ra, yeah, sure, she could do that.
>>46672821Shit sorry, i meant Aza'ra.
>>46672867It's a commonly used syllable in Ogrish.It's a complete coincidence.
“We go through the tunnels. We'll wait for the coven's next sacrifice to strike, that should give them enough power to tear their way up into Slaagyr's lair. With the dragon gone, his less loyal followers are unlikely to fight to the death in his memory. No strike force, it would alert the dragon and his forces, I don't want him to know we're coming for as long as possible,” you explain, your lieutenants nodding their agreement.It's going to be messy fighting in the tunnels, and those ghouls will make for tenacious foes, but you still have the advantage down there in the dark, and Joachim's emaciated and disorganized cultists will be no match for the power you can bring down on them. From there, striking directly at Slaagyr's heart will bring the battle to a swift close, all things going to plan.“Good, then that's settled, prepare the clan for war, I want to be ready to hit Slaagyr's forces the moment the coven have made their next sacrifice,” you command, the meeting hall clearing out as the lieutenants go off to carry out your orders.No more delays, no more distractions. It's time to see if this ragtag clan you've forged has mettle enough to slay a dragon.>End of Thread
>>46672993Thanks for running Lordy, Ogremum was heartwarming and cute.
Sorry for the short thread today folks, kind of flagging this evening, and we're just coming into the big battle with Slaagyr's forces that I'd like to approach with a clear head.I can hang around a while to answer any questions you all may have though.
>>46673010I've been planning on that scene with Ashuris seeing her whelps for the first time for a while. Finally got to actually write it.
>>46673039Well you did it justice, it put a smile on my face.
>Go through the tunnels, bring the coven up to Slaagyr's lair.>No.
>>46672993Can't we set up like a massive ritual circle underneath the caves and sacrifice all of the fucked up creations in there to fuel the Ogress Magic?
My first OWQ thread. The second time I've ever been on 4chan, and it ends as I get here. Fuck.
>>46673099eh, you have to kill the being to fuel the magic, not vice versa. At least I think that's how it works.
>>46673039That was a good scene, kind expected some bit of mom ogrerage. Do we have something worthy to be sacrificed ? Maybe a shapeshifter ?
>>46673099Unfortunately that's not how the sacrifice works.Also remember that Ylugri can be picky, he might take offense at feeling like the sacrifice was being used as a giant waste disposal.>>46673179Yeah, you have some captives still saved for sacrificial purposes.
>>46673138I've noticed I do that to people a lot. My timing remains impeccable.
>>46673179can't keep best girl divinely beautiful if we don't.>>46673039would there be any chance of a double titjob from best girl and best girl's daughter some time in the future?
>>46673260I'd say there's a distinct possibility of intergenerational lewds in the (far) future of this quest.
Compared to Aza'ra, Vor'zal doesn't know any summoning rituals. Did he forget them or isn't his specialization ?
>>46673354Were her twins male or female?
>>46673380Vor'zal is all about feral beasts, either taming, slaying or calling them. He might be able to tame that Wyvern that Slaagyr's forces keep locked up, but that'll have to wait until /after/ the glorified salamander is dead.
>>46673447One of each.
>>46673511Neat, so half-ogre orcs just look like slightly bigger orcs?
>>46673590And then the Giant ones are just slightly bigger than that?
>>46673610Yeah. They tend to be about halfway between the size of their orc and ogre/giant parent. So you're probably looking at your whelps with Ashuris winding up around 8-9ft tall.
>>46673634>8-9ft tallDamn, that's a big fucking orc. Do they keep relatively normal intelligence?
>>46673678Yup, they're just larger than normal, no effect on intelligence or anything like that.
>>46673634>8-9ft. tall green-skinned version of best girl, and best girl at the same timeDamnit Lordy, I already fapped today!
>>46673733No brakes on the fap train, anon.
>>46673764Here's the real question, do any of Ash's female kids get her endowment?
>>46673910You'll have to wait a while to find that out.
>>46673934>timeskip 16 years
>>46674062>>46673973Control your daughterlust, anons. All in good time.
>>46674129Mother and daughter both literally blessed with beauty from a god is too tempting, and you know it.
>>46674129I'll take it as far as a tittyfuck, but not finishing in them. Incest is just not my thing.
>>46674172Daughter wouldn't be blessed with Ylurgi's beauty, they count as orcs, not as ogres.
>>46674252We don't know. That's what Lordy was teasing us about just now.
Seems it was just as well I ended the thread when I did, my internet's been on the blink for the past hour.Anyway, thread archived here:>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Orc%20WarlordSee you all next time for the big battle!
>>46672821If ashuris like humiliation or is at least a sub we should give raka a gift
>>46674710You want to let Raka bang Ashuris? I can't imagine that being a popular idea with many of the players.
Really not sure how anon could think handing over not only members of our own harem but reader favourites to be demeaningly fucked by the dog was a good idea, let alone popular enough one to be considered.That said, I wouldn't mind throwing Raka a new bitch we don't want to claim ourselves from time to time.
>>46674881I'd rather throw bitches to our lieutenants.
>>46674912Sure, but variety is fun.Raka stuff shouldn't happen nearly as frequently as solidifying our lieutenants loyalty, but with the ever increasing amount of captives, there should be opportunity for it from time to time and ultimately Raka is likely going to be a more relevant character than the twelfth lietenant introduced.
Holy shit, OWQ?!I've missed the last 3 quests too I see.Time to get reading!!!