>****** Security Level: Magenta ******>Transcription Servitor Startup Sequence>...>...>...>Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of The Emperor>Planet: Joseph Haarlock Sucks at Cards>Location: Precinct-House J1, Jack Hive, Meeting Room: Justice (277-A)>Local Time: 21:15>Date: [REDACTED]Governor-Marshal: In the name of the Emperor and the Pax Imperialis, I hereby call this fifteenth daily meeting of the Haarlockian Governing Council to order. Per the Regulations of Transitional Governments (Council), I will now call the roll and review the minutes of our last meeting.Inquisitorial Observer: Not now man, everyone knows what they're here for, at least I hope you all do by now. Now let's get this started. Administratum, you first. Go. Administratum Representative: Ummm….Governor-Marshal: Representing the Adeptus Ministorum, Priest Gregory Hammond. Representing the Adeptus Administratum, Sub-Prefect Laurence DuPont. Observing on behalf of the The Holy Orders of the Emperor's Inquisition, Inquisitor [REDACTED]. Representing the Haarlockian Noble houses->* END PAGE 1 *
>>60232637THE PROMISED TIME HAS ARRIVED
My body is ready
>>60232637Always a good time, thanks for the storytime in advance, Shoggy.
>>60232637>Quick foreword, this is going to be a tad on the short side, just a little interlude covering the gap between chapters, and only the non-lorey part of it at that, as I'm having trouble getting the upcoming talky bits not to sound shitty.>Rather than delay until I have all the dialogue bits in order, I'm just going to post this part and return with the rest in two weeks, once I've ditched my houseguests and had a chance to get some help on things from the guy who put this whole convoluted mess of a plot together.>Sorry if it's not as much as you guys were hoping for, just wanted to prove I was still alive.
PRAISE BE THE EMPEOROR OF MAN! I HAVE CAUGHT SHOGGY LIVE, AND ON MY DAY OFF!
>>60232879Don't care, anything is better than nothing
>>60232879Kill your house guests as a sacrifice to the Ruinous Powers in exchange for getting the rest of the story ready.
>>60232879I'm sure it'll be fun anyway! And I do have to get up in the morning anyway. Works for me.
>>60232938I don't know if I want to read a version edited by Slaneesh
>>60232637>*PAGE 134*Ecclesiarchy Representative: -and finally we've begun recalling the Preachers we deployed to the lower hab blocks of Jack and Queen hive. We believe that the spiritual health of their lower classes is in acceptable order, but we have some concerns about-Inquisitorial Observer: Yes yes, and your sending them to the middle and upper levels of Seven, as I suggested a week ago. Please inform that flatulent bag of augmetics and moral platitudes masquerading as this world's Deacon, that if he doesn't begin performing his duties with a little more alacrity I'll be forced to take personal control of your affairs. Or maybe I'll just second you all to the Orders Famulous, at least they know how to take a damn hint.Ecclesiarchy Representative: I must humbly protest your-Inquisitorial Observer: That's nice, anything else? No? Then you're dismissed, all of you. No, don't look at him dammit, I said we're done here, go! Git! Off with you!...Governor-Marshal: Meeting Adjourned.>*END PAGE 134*
>>60232965Well, I'm already snickering, this is gonna be good.
YES IM HERE FOR IT
>>60232965wtf is even happening? Asshat showing the local government how he got his nickname?
>>60232938Given that one of them is Twitch's player, I don't think it'd end well for me.
Doc is best boy, he's a cute and his romance makes me happy
>>60233011How many booby traps are in your house by now?
>>60233011Tell us truely shoggy: He's turned your house into an imperial guard firebase, hasn't he? Check to see if a small minefeild has suddenly materialised in your living room and assure him there arn't any ork commandos
>>60233011Ooouch... no it wouldn't
>>60233043At this point the question really is how much house is in the booby traps
>>60233076Depends. Are Asshats rules still in place? Otherwise I'd say enough house for 5 firing positions.
I'm seeing Shoggy Live? Hail the Emporer!
GLORY BE TO SHOGG
>>60232965>*PAGE 137*Inquisitorial Observer: Good show "Governor-Marshal", but if you could just dial that whole "The Law" thing back a little bit, that'd be great.Governor-Marshal: Sir.Inquisitorial Observer: Now where are we on the arrests? I've received confirmation that the Inquisitorial convoy will be arriving for them in three days, and I expect your men to have the entire collection ready.Governor-Marshal: The last of the fugitives was apprehended this morning. We'll have shuttles ready to begin transferring them into your custody as soon as you're ready.Inquisitorial Observer: My custody? Oh no, I'd be wasted on guard duty, and I've got plenty on my plate putting this whole mess of a planet back into working order. I shudder to think what you'd do without me. Don't worry, headquarters has sent several of their, shall we say, less intellectually inclined Inquisitors to handle the transportation of these traitors. I'm sure they'll be able to handle any problems, and I think I'll send my Interrogator along too... She's been having trouble staying "focused" lately; time for a change I think.Governor-Marshal: Sir?Inquisitorial Observer: Nevermind. Just be sure to have all your best Arbites on hand and briefed on the transfer procedures I sent over. Remember, the artifacts go first, then the Governor and his nobles, then the Secret Police, and THEN the varying Adepta traitors.Governor-Marshal: And the Rogue Agents?Inquisitorial Observer: What? Those idiots? This convoy is for the IMPORTANT prisoners, the whole point is to keep them as isolated from any outside support as possible. Governor-Marshal: So you've requested a seperate transfer ship then?Inquisitorial Observer: For THEM? Of course not. While the Inquisition, not to mention me personally, will be more than happy to make an example, they themselves are completely unimportant. Just send them over on the next Arbite prison ship you've got going that way.>*END PAGE 137*
>>60233206I'm still sad mommy gf went full khorne
>>60233206I can't wait for Asshat to get KARMA'D
>>60233206>they themselves are completely unimportant. Just send them over on the next Arbite prison ship you've got going that way.This is where he fucked up
>>60233206The AGP on an Arbites ship? It will be mere hours before Nubby steals some keys.
And things start going wrong in 3...2...1...
>>60233265>hours>Implying he doesnt already have them
>>60233278The hours are him having to try out hundreds of keys without being caught.
What's the wager that the AGP end up having to save the transport ship from disaster?
>>60233206Dis is gunna be good
>>60233303I'll take that bet
I just realized: Asshat is the kind of Neckbearded Grognard that EVERYONE knows and hates!
>>60233303>>60233309I'll bet the AGP causes the disaster the transport ship needs to be saved from.
>>6023330310 Thrones on them saving it from Arbites stupidity.
I wonder how fumbles is doing without his lads to keep him happy and out of troubleOn a sidenote this is awesome being able to discuss this story with others for the first time
>>60233338I'd say he does well without Nubbys "treatment" and Docs gf watching him.
>>60233264I think you'd need a full chapter of Marines guarding them for nothing to go wrong, and with a few dozen blanks thrown in for good measure.
>catching a thread liveOH BOY OH BOY OH BOY
>>60233043>>60233056>>60233076Dunno, I'm stuck down here until the goverment approves my time off. He SAYS he hasn't done anything aside from "install a proper gaming table", but it's hard to be sure with him.
>>60233375Sarge would be able to Speech:100 the marines to their cause
>>60233375Nothing short of stasis will stop Twitch from applying Detpacks to problems until they're chunky salsa.
>>60233406Oh please, we all know Nubby is basically Blood Raven tier in his stealing skillsThose marines will have all their wargear stolen in about five seconds, and in about ten minutes every other inmate on the ship would suddenly be "gifted" the exact same items
>>60233206>*PAGE 138*Governor-Marshal: Adeptus Arbite vessels are not "prison ships". They are the Fist of the Emperor's Justice, Enforcers of the Pax Imperialis, The Longest Arm of The-Inquisitorial Observer: Yes, yes, I get the picture, but they ARE Imperial Vessels: they surely have a brig, or at the very least a closet or laundry room where you dump drunken crew. Chuck the idiots in there.Governor-Marshal: You are instructing me to transport a rogue team highly trained Inquisitorial agents to their trial... In. A. Laundry room.Inquisitorial Observer: Oh come on. They're "highly trained Inquisitorial agents" in the same sense you were a traffic officer, just because someone with a low sense of humor declared them such doesn't make it true. And in any case, they'll be on an entire ship full of Arbites! Not even the most brain-damaged, slow-witted, incompetent, meathead of an officer would let themselves… um, be taken by, um…Governor-Marshal:...Inquisitorial Observer: Well, I mean, actually- Governor-Marshal: Very well, I see to their delivery to Inquisitorial Headquarters personally. My second in command will fill in-Inquisitorial Observer: No!Governor-Marshal:…Inquisitorial Observer: I, uh, need you here. To keep things running, maintain the Rule of Law on this dangerously criminal world, and all that stuff.Governor-Marshal:…Inquisitorial Observer: Look, just ship them off and don't worry about it. That's a direct order.Governor-Marshal:…Sir.Inquisitorial Observer: Good. That's settled then. Just let me know when your ship arrives, should have some of the mundane evidence cataloged and ready for transport by then, and possibly report on->*END PAGE 138*
>>60233406>Speech:100>in a roll under system
>>60233472>in the same sense you were a traffic officerDredd moved up in the world.
>>60233472>twitch armed with all the chemicals found in a laundry roomAnd you just know an Imperial ship uses the most industrial grade shit possible.
>>60233472>Judge Dredd isn't goingInquisitor Asshar status: confirmed for completely fucked
>>60233472More and more confirmation of my belief that Asshat lacks proper Inquisitorial qualifications...
>>60233472AGP commandeers a Arbitee vessel.
>>60233472Asshat is severely underestimating our lads. Maybe he should have actually payed attention to how they operate.
>>60233476For the record, them being Roll Under systems is my biggest mechanical gripe with DH and OW. I dunno, maybe I'm too much of a 3.5 kiddie, but it just never seemed right to me, and I always found myself having to convert before I could tell whether a roll was good or not.
>>60233539Are you going to be playing any games with the new Wrath & Glory system?
>>60233529To those grenade flinging monkeys? Why, they're lucky they haven't blown up themselves, incompetent morons.
>>60233529Pfft, all they do is blow up everything, what do they know? It's not like they've ever been on a REAL mission, like prowling through a derelict space hulk where baddies come out at you from unexpected places, right?Right?
>>60233563Exactly, it is thanks to my genius and my teammates help they're alive, ungrateful bastards.
>>60233539It is just a percentage. How can this be difficult?
>>60233598Because in every halfway sensible system, high is good?
>>60233598While I agree that it shouldn't be difficult and have no problems with it myself, years of playing roll over systems forms instincts and expectations that do that to you.
>>60233472Wait, why does Asshat not want Dredd gone?Is he that big of a help, or do I not get something?Also, I don't really get what he's referencing by>no meathead of an officer would let themselves be taken byMan, maybe I should really get some sleep.
>>60232637Praise the Omnissiah!
>>60233619In d100 roll under systems, the target number is your percentage chance of success. The higher the percentage the better, which results in you having to roll under
Real talk: I REALLY hope Inquistor Asshat finds out about the Occurence Border being one the the ships he was supposed to find, and EVERYTHING that has gone on with it, including Nubby buying itI just want to see how fucking mad he gets over it. Especially if they offer him a tour of the ship. Seeing his expression would be priceless. If All Cogboy Party is still a thing, they could spend the entire session trolling the shit out of him.
>>60233676The rage would reach lethal levels. Lethal for him.
>>60233694No, he'd ascend to daemon prince of khorne.
>>60233676It makes you wonder how Oak is so chill
>>60233662I understand how it's supposed to work. It's still way too much abstract processing compared to a simple die roll where 1 = critfail, max = critical success. If I ever played Dark Heresy, I'd have to use a standard roll system or processing the results would knock me out of the game every single roll and ruin the fun.
Fuck yes, got my internet back up and this is the first thing I see
>>60233647It might be because Asshat thinks Dredd would be easily manipulated and/or overpowered. He's probably referencing the fact that Dredd got himself DTU'd in the back of the shitty van.
>>60233707Oak is smart enough to understand the Occurance border is pretty stealthy, dispite manifesting a Daemonhost twice now. I mean, when transporting the fucking Zoanthrope all the Imperial vessels thought it was a ship full of genestealers.Oaks only flaw in regards to the ship is he never gave the Captain - and only the Captain - a Rogue Trader license, probably because he feared the AGP might actually become real pirates
>>60233472>Watch Log, The Unflinching Adherence>Current Anchorage: Jack Station, Joseph Haarlock Sucks at Cards>Current Shift: 1>Officer of the Deck: First Officer Mills>Timestamp: [CORRUPTED]>New Section Begins: 0615-0620.logFirst Officer: He want us to put them WHERE? Doesn't he know we have a brig?Communications Officer: Yes, I told him, he said the Inquisitor requested it specifically.First Officer: The Inquisitor? These are Inquisitorial prisoners?Communications Officer: He, um, didn't say. Just that they "weren't important", and that their crimes were included in the official transfer request. I have it here.First Officer: These are parking violations… Are you SURE he was the Governor-Marshal? Communications Officer: Yes, definitely. Very, very definitely.First Officer: … none of this makes any sense.Communications Officer: I told him that sir. He just said it wasn't our job to understand The Law, just enforce it.First Officer: Hmmm, he's right about that at least... Who the hell did these guys piss off to get themselves shipped to Inquisitorial Headquarters for a bunch of unpaid parking tickets?Communications Officer: The Inquisition?First Officer: Well obviously, the poor dumb bastards. Get this filed away to the Quartermaster's office along with the shipping request, and inform the Head Medicae that she's getting a new patient. Oh, and send a copy to the Head Proctor as well; at least this means we can switch a few of his trainees from janitorial to guard duty, he'll like that. Now PLEASE tell me the rest of the overnight communiques were more sensible.
>>60233777The Inquisition can't hand out Trade Warrants though.
>>60233792Oh god, they're actually letting the AGP run around. RIP Arbites ship crew.
>>60233792Okay, the impending disaster isn't ENTIRELY Asshat's fault, the Judge definitely shares the blame.
>>60233792Sounds like Sarge is still messed up
>>60233792Tonight on All Arbite Party: The unimportant prisoners take the ship's warp drive and gellar feild hostage
>>60233837Me thinks the Judge doesn't like Asshat and is fucking him over with Malicious Compliance.
>>60233864Ooh, I hadn't thought of that possibility.It doesn't really absolve him, though...
>>60233864The fact that the ship's named Unflinching Adherence makes that all the more hilarious
>>60233837I'm starting to suspect the judge may actually be on the party's side
>>60233792>AGP is actually formally brought into Headquarters for parking violationsFuck, this got me.This is the dumbest possible summary of their current situation you could possibly make, and entirely true.
>>60233792That laundry room is going to be the safest* place on the ship.
>>60233890Yeah, I can't help but feel that even if Dredd hates them, some law related thing will force him to side with the party
>>60233890Probably not 'on their side', as much as 'against Asshat'.
>>60233899Just not in the way the Arbites want it
>>60233837I still don't know what Asshat's thinking. Aren't they on the same side in the first place?Sure, he hates them, but he still respects Oak apparently. So why fuck them over so much? Wouldn't it also reflect on Oak negatively, or something like that?
>>60233947Asshat is thinking like an asshat.
You know what would REALLY be funny?If all the traffic violations were added to Sarge's wanted poster. It'd be fucking histerical to have practically every petty fucking traffic ticket fine under HEINOUS CRIMES TO THE IMPERIUM
>>60233947Since when is Asshat known for sound decision-making?
>>60233963I'm imagining a wanted poster that has to be hung from the top of hive spires.
>>60233947>>60233965What if this all a part of Oak's plan to rescue them while making the traitor inquisitors or whatever think that they're being taking out of the picture? The AGP must have gotten a reputation amongst the traitors, so it might be a move to give them false comfort.I'm just playing devil's advocate though, so maybe Asshat is just being an asshat
>>60233985That'd be even more fantastic. The stupid picture that doesn't look even look like Sarge, the ridiculously huge bounty, and just a big fucking list of parking ticket fines. I'd be suprised if anybody in the Inquisition - that actually knew Sarge or wasn't retarded, so about 5% of it - could keep a strait face looking at it
>>60234009Oak playing 4d chess
>>60234009It could be a ruse to convince Team Rocket that they are dead. Although, I wouldn't be suprised either if Traitor Inquisitor Giovanni - or whoever is the head of the traitors - tried to recruit these obviously dangerous and competent men because they are technically Rogue Inquisitors.
>>60234065I wasn't aware death by explosion is such a popular thing among traitor inquisitors.
>>60232637>Absent minded looks at catalog>Nothing interesting ye-T A R G E TL O C K E D
>>60234088It's the newest, hottest trend this side of the Imperium.
>Inquisitor Asshat tells them to stick them in the cleaning room>the Arbities actully do it, the madmenI'm just imagining Twitch making a bomb that explodes into soap and space lube, and all the corridors in the ship become nigh-unwalkable slipping hazards
>>60234384Spess Men on a Spess Ship. The Janitor in me is cackling with glee at all the possible shenanigans.
shoggggggggggggggy!!!!notice me senpimy friend made this for you:Imperial Guard NCO Disaster Response Checklist>Step 1: Secure the perimeter>Step 2: Determine chain of command>Step 3: Call for backup if needed>Step 4: Establish contact with friendlies>Step 5: Combine forces with friendlies and repeatImperial Guard NCO Disaster Response Checklist - Captain Alein edits> Step 1: Secure the perimeter> Step 2: Shoot the enemy> Step 3: Call for backup if needed> Step 4: Check if Warband is alive Step 4a. Recapture or Return alive members Step 4b. Alive> Step 5: Move on and repeat.
>>60233792>**********ANNOUNCEMENTS**********>All Hands Notice: Laundry Room BUntil further notice, Laundry Room B is considered a restricted area off limits to ship crew and to be kept under guard at all times. Laundry deliveries and pickups will continue as scheduled via the starboard entrance. Contact the Training Office with any issues relating to this change.>ALL HANDS NOTICE: TECH-HERESYTHE MODIFICATION OF SHIP SYSTEMS BY THE UNORDAINED IS AN ABOMINATION IN THE PHOTORECEPTORS OF THE OMNISSIAH. ACTS OF TECH-HERESY WILL BE PUNISHED, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.>All Hands Notice: Laundry ChangesLaundry Room B is to remain sealed to ALL personnel pending Mechanicus inspection. Repairs on the surrounding rooms and corridors are scheduled for completion within three days. Until further notice, Laundry Room A is considered a restricted area off limits to NON-ESSENTIAL ship crew and to be kept under guard at all times. Laundry deliveries and pickups will continue as scheduled via the port entrance, including all laundry originally routed to Room B. Contact the Training Office with any issues relating to this change.>All Hands Notice: Laundry ScheduleLaundry will be processed in the order it is collected and delivered. Priority will NOT be given to ANYONE.>All Hands Notice: Fraternization with PrisonersAll Arbites and ship crew are reminded that personal and commercial interactions with prisoners, including those confined to locations other than the brig, is forbidden and will be punished if discovered. >All Hands Notice: Reminder, Regulations on GamblingAll Arbites are advised that while the Pax Imperialis does not concern itself with gambling, under Arbite Naval Regulations all games of chance are strictly forbidden. Crew are strongly encouraged to follow this example a well.
>>60232637THE SHOGMAN COMETH! AND I CAUGHT HIM LIVE! PRAISE THE EMPRAH!
>>60234456>Laundry Room A>NO TECH-HERESY>Laundry Room BUh-oh...>No fraternization...
>>60234456>PHOTORECEPTORS OF THE OMNISSIAHMy sides ShoggyTwitch blew up the Laundry Room, didn't he?>Fraternization with PrisonersNubby!>Regulations on GamblingNUBBY!
>>60234456>All Arbites are advised that while the Pax Imperialis does not concern itself with gambling, under Arbite Naval Regulations all games of chance are strictly forbidden. Crew are strongly encouraged to follow this example a well.Nubby works fast.
>>60234456I see, Nubby, Twitch and Tink feeling right at home.
>>60234456Oh Tink, you little skamp. You probably tried to Tau-ify a washing machine
>>60234456When you see the AGP's shenanigans from an outside perspective, it really looks more like a force of nature instead of a squad of guardsmen
>>60234589I hope we get to see it from the AGPs perspective as well, I want to know what exactly happened
>>60234456This is what happens when Sarge isn't around to keep the squad in line. I give that ship a week, tops.
>>60234589Don't worry, I'm sure The Unflinching Adherence won't have a sudden daemon invasion or something, although there WILL be orks
>>60234637>implying there weren't already orks that Twitch dealt with in the laundry room
>>60234678Kommandos are wearing Arbites armour now
>>60234678I'm pretty sure Twitch found a cleaning servitor trying to enter the perimeter. Cleaning servitors do not last very long in Twitch's perimeter.But it COULd still be a Ork commando disguised as a cleaning servitor.
>>60234798Or even worse, it could be an agent of the cogtain here to take revenge for his fallen master using infiltration techniques learned from ork kommandos
>>60235104Or even WORSE, it could be Orks disguised as an agent of the Cogtain here to take revenge for his fallen master.You read that right, not “Orks disguised as Cognitans,” bit “Orks disguised as A Cognitan.” They got real sneaky this time around.
Honestly, I'd fucking love to see the Arbite reaction to all the shit that is now going down on ship. The best thing is, thanks to the Occurance Border being a shitheap, the AGP basically have the run of this ship now and it's going to be damn near impossible to stop them going anywhere.
>>60235166OF COURSE! IT ALL MAKES SENSE! IT WAS THE ORKS ALL ALONG!
Well time to re-read AGP
I hope Sarge isn't locked up into the laundry as well. They'd have to make room for the gurney and life support rig.
>>60235463I'm pretty sure Sarge is locked up in the medical room. Doc probably could get in there just by walking in and looking vaguely doctor-like, so he should be okay
>>60235493Hope so. After the shitshow with Bane, it looks like it's his turn to be out of commission for whatever possible shenanigans take place.
>>60234456>All Hands Notice: Lost EquipmentAll hands are reminded that, per Arbite Naval Regulation 39M-1025-J any equipment assigned to them by the Quartermaster's office is THEIR responsibility and its misplacement is considered a class-3 infraction.>All Hands Notice: Identification BadgeAny Arbite or crew to come across an unattended Identification Badge is to immediately deliver it to the Head Intelligencer's office.>Lost and FoundA Lost and Found office has been established adjacent to Laundry Room A (some fees may apply)-Head Intelligencer Clouseau>All Hands Notice: Reminder, Firing Range RulesALL weapons, ammunition, and wargear checked out for training purposes must be either expended or returned by end of shift. Any Arbite who fails to adhere to these rules will be banned from the range.>All Hands Notice: Firing Range RestrictionsThe following items are no longer available at the firing range until further notice: *Anti-personnel mines*Breaching Charges*Demolition Charges*Frag, Krak, and Flash GrenadesThese restrictions will be lifted following the next resupply.>All Hands Notice: Warp StormThe Navigator has identified an unexpected Warp Storm obstructing our course. All Arbites, including trainees, are to assume their counter-boarding stations until such time as the Navigator gives the all clear. The forward and aft chapels will be holding continuous services for the duration. The Emperor Protects.>All Hands Notice: Conspicuous Valor in the Face of the UnholyTrainees Mullroy and Murtogg are hereby promoted to full Trooper in recognition of their miraculous, completely unassisted defense of the starboard section of Deck 3 during yesterday's warp-incursion.>Medical Work Release ProgramDue to the recent influx of wounded, select medically-trained prisoners have been granted ship access between Laundry Room A and the Medbay under supervision of Troopers Mullroy and Murtogg.-Head Intelligencer Clouseau
>>60235554Oh my, The Arbites had trainees on board. They are all been turned into guardsmen now, havn't they?
Okay, taking bets on what wig and mustache disguises Nubby managed to acquire for Twitch and Tink, let alone himself.
Oh, I made it!I'll report back once I've caught up.God speed Shoggy!
>>60235554>Mullroy and MurtoggWho wants to bet that these are, somehow, members of the AGP? Do we know anyone's last names?
>>60235554>some fees may apply
>>6023562499.99% sure that's a Pirates of the Caribbean reference. Quite fitting, whether they are aliases or genuine recruits.
>>60235554>Mullroy and MurtoggHAH! Unfortunately I have no images.>Identification Badge>Firing Range Restrictions>Lost and FoundOur boys have been busy...M&M supervising Doc is going to lead to more fraternization.Of all the times for my internet to start flickering....Wait, which fictional detective is Clouseau? Because the one of coming up with is the clown from The Pink Panther, which bodes... badly... is close proximity to the AGP...
>>60235624Either that or the gang has taken a new pair of arbi-bros under their wing. Arbi-bros? Brobites? Arbrobites?I like the sound of that last one actually.
>>60235624Doubtful, given what google turns up. Probably just a pair of handy incompetents.
>>60235554>The trainees are guardyfied, Doc roams the ship, Nubby is legal already, Twitch is restockedThist will be a wonderful new ship for Oaks fleet.
>>60235679Its an alias for Nubby I bet. Look at how his name is only attached to the Lost and Found and Work Release Program orders? And how his title is 'Head Intelligencer'
>>60235726No, I mean, Detective Clouseau is a fictional detective from our culture ala Sherlock Holmes, I'm just blanking on exactly which piece of media he's from.
>>60235726If it really is Nubby, he probably took the name from a soap brand in the cleaning closet
>>60235748Oh yeah well its Pink Panther. I thought it was the agatha christie guy at first but his name is Poirot.
>>60235770I'm actually rereading some Poirot right now!I've only seen a few clips of The Pink Panther, but having seen them I'm wondering if this Clouseau being Nubby would actually be LESS disastrous than an Arbites expy of Clouseau...
>>60235726>>60235756>>60235766To save you some conspiracy theory-ing, we just pulled his ID out of the laundry and started falsifying orders with it. Nubby did not actually disguise himself as an Intelligencer. This was just an inter-arc downtime, not actual serious gameplay. It literally went: "roll to see who's ID you get" *obviously looks up names on google* "It says Head Intelligencer Clouseau, now what do you do with it?"
>>60235554> Lost equipmentGod damnit, Nubby>Identification badgeThe AGP's masquerading as arbites, aren't they?>Firing range rulesLooks like the AGP's getting suitably armed>Firing range restrictionsGod damnit, Twich>Warp StormFuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck>Completely unassisted defenseAKA AGP did most of the work>Medical Work Release ProgramThought so
>>60235554It's like an object lesson on why you do not lock even the shittiest of Inquisitorial agents in the fucking laundry room.
>>60235860Oh gods, Nubby has turned a Laundry Room into a Crime den. Those poor Arbites who tried to have their Laundry done and had everything fucking stolen
>>60235860Check your pockets or the prisoners will do it for you!Really, one would expect someone with the title of Head Intelligencer to be a *little* more careful... I forget tissues a couple times a year, but that's it.
>>60235554There's no way for it to be possible, but I can't help but feel that the AGP are responsible for the warp storm...
Ok. I'm finding Asshats attitude very suspicious. Considering the capacity of the AGP to disregard orders (up to getting an actual Inquisition rosette), he should at least consider them dangerous enough to be treated like a live bomb.
>>60235979Wait, aren't they specifically being sent BEHIND the prisoner convoy? Did they hit the storm too? Is this Bane's doing?
>>60236038Suprise suprise: sending the ship full of chaos artifacts through the warp was a stupid fucking idea and was just asking for someone to infiltrate the "important" ship and activate it allif there were guardsmen on it, that chaos shit would be rigged to blow, labeled DO NO TOUCH, and get dumped in the Gellar field, so no warp shit would happen. But nooooo
>>60235902To be fair any room Nubby is in becomes a crime den by default.
Okay, so let's see if I got this...AGP manage to befriend/manipulate Mullroy and Murtogg, allowing them to set up their various rackets and acquire resources, assist them in defending that part of the ship to draw the two into debt to the AGP, and also got Doc out of there to help with the wounded.
>>60236141Honestly, it might be better for the Arbites to have Nubby in the laundry room. At least then he can't turn the brigg into a super crime den and teach all the inmates how to ship hijack Occurance Border style
>>60236096>Rigged to blow>Next to the gellar fieldI'd personally recommend one or the other.
>>60236233Just put it in a room adjacent to the Generators.
>>60236202True. Instead they're kept in ultra minimum security and I'm guessing it took all of three days to game the system and return to their usual shipboard pass times while still maintaining the illusion that they're in detention. At least the Arbites didn't decide to use the honor system on the AGP.They didn't use the honor system, right? Right?
>>60235554Terrance Dockbosson, fifth of his name and Shift-3 Dockboss of Small-Craft Bay 12, watched approvingly as his team moved to receive the last incoming shuttle of the shift. His appreciative nodding and thoughts of the meal waiting in his cabin were interrupted by the opening of one of the Bay's personnel doors and the arrival of two fully armored Arbites. Knowing an snap inspection when he saw one, Terrance regretfully bid all thoughts of a hot soya dinner goodbye and moved to greet the taller of the pair, who looked to be a full Investigator instead of the usual grunts that drew the duty. He was surprised, albeit pleasantly, when the helmeted Investigator waved off his proffered manifest, and merely ordered him to "Gas it back up, and then take an early break, we'll handle the rest." Terrance rounded up his team and directed the Investigator towards the bay's master control altar, which the taller Arbite was unexpectedly interested in. As they made their way towards the exit, the youngest member of his team, paused and asked whether it was really okay to leave their post before the end of shift. The dockboss just paused and directed the boy's attention to where the shorter Arbite was waving a stack of official documents in the face of an annoyed shuttle pilot, who batted them aside and asked "Aren't you a little short for an Arbite?"The Arbite shrugged "Aren't you a lil moufy for a deliveryman what wants to get a proper tip an' not 'ave 'is knees broke?" As the pilot, who was eveidently unfamiliar with Arbites and their penchant for literalness, puffed up with indignation and began to respond, Terrance clapped the boy on the shoulder and steered him out the exit. The door shut behind them on a bellow of "I'm not a damn deliveryman you lit- MY KNEE!"Decades later, Judge-Captain Terrance Dockbosson the Sixth, fondly recalled that as the day he decided to abandon several generations of family tradition and enlist in the Arbites.
>>60233762My guess is it's because Asshat doesn't want anyone with a fragment of a moral compass, professional integrity, or who may be interested in the actual truth anywhere near the trial
>>60236294>Until further notice, Laundry Room B is considered a restricted area off limits to ship crew and to be kept under guard at all times.Nah, they weren't that foolish. Possibly lulled into security by the idea that prisoners to be held in a laundry room must not be dangerous.
After thinking on it for a bit I'm reasonably sure that Traffic Warden Dread had them put in the laundry room out of spite. If Sarge can pay his parking fines in a timely manner he may have an ally in Dread, whom I was sure was going to join the crew, provide some piece of critical Intel to save the day then slap Asshat with a fine for Conducting A Covert Operation Without Applying For And Receiving A Permit or some such.
>>60236341Why would anyone think that works with criminals?
>>60236317Since Sarge presumably isn't on his feet yet, I guess the taller one is Doc? Or maybe Tink.
>>60236317Oh god, Nubby the Arbite. The galaxy is doomed.
Heads up, hadn't actually intended to get the actual regular-post stuff at all today, but I think if I can get one, maybe two more in order we'll be at a MUCH more satisfying stopping point.Have a picture some anon drew of Sarge's wanted poster while I get this little finale together.
>>60236486>The galaxy is saved*Fixed that for you. He's going to loot some tech heresy during an arrest and somehow end up reviving the Emperor.
>>60236508How the hell did anyone let him get close enough to the Emperor?
>>60232732Cadians are Canadians, not Amerifat muhreens.
>>60236531He stole an ID card from the custodes laundry. The armor didnt fit so well though.
>>60236544>Canadians>ever being as badass as CadiansYou fucking wish leaf
>>60236317Did Nubby convince the delivery guy to enlist with the Arbites?
>>60236550... That's bullshit, but I believe you, Trooper.
>>60236550My brain is hurting.Though if I had more artistic skill I would draw a real Custode peering down at this half-height shambling pile of armor.
>>60236620I want to see TTS' captain Kitten interacting with Custodes Nubby.
>>60236588That's right - the criminal convinced someone to join law enforcement. Ironic, isn't it?
>>60236630I do NOT want to go that far.Also don't want to inflict Nubby on poor Kitten, the guy has enough to deal with already.
>>60236712Oh come on, Nubby's such a wonderful person to work with! I'm sure he'd be nothing by an asset to the Emprah!
Soggy, you bring joy to the life of this Trooper. Carry the Emperor's light with you!
It's been far too long since I caught one of these live!
>>60232637Ah yes, I've been waiting for this all day.
>>60236726You see anyone else using moonspeak? Thats right, you're the only one, so please either use english or keep lurking
How well do you think doc is doing trying not to have a nervous breakdown trying to escape the arbite ship with the others?
>>602364931 billion thrones...I am amazed Nubby hasn't tried to turn him in for the bounty long before now.
>>60236906Oh, come on. Nubby's a cretin, but he's at least a loyal cretin.
Fuck, I underestimated how long these threads take. RIP doing something productive today.
>Nubby the Custodesrip Kitten's Golden Armour
>>60237179Little did we know, Nubby is the real reason most of the Custodes do not wear armour. It's all missing.
>>60236978He wouldn't turn Sarge in. He'd probably find a body that's right about the correct build, burn it beyond recognition then pin the pristine, easily identifiable rosette to it and try to turn that in.
>>60237179That is AMAZINGLY close to what I was imagining. Thank you!
>>60237237Yeah, that sounds like him.
>>60237237Best part about this option is that it's repeatable. Nubby, truly a genius from another age.
>>60236380It does, actually. Several very-low security prisons known as "Open Prisons" are used for ultra-minor crimes where people are unable or unwilling to pay fines.Failure to serve your sentence can put you in a proper prison, though.
>>60236317Nubby had just finished cramming the annoyingly loud pilot into a handy shipping container, without any help from Tink mind you, when one of the bay's doors opened to admit two more "Arbites" pushing a loaded pallet and wheelchair respectively."Why's the shuttle still closed Tink?" asked the wheelchair-pushing Arbite. "We've got a bit of a time limit here you know."Up at the control altar, Tink jabbed a few more buttons before throwing his arms up in the air "What the hell do you want me to do about it smartass? This thing just controls the doors and maglocks! Go ask Nubby, he's the one who was too busy arguing with the pilot to notice it closing.""I fought 'e 'ad a key or somefin! What sort of idiot locks 'imself out of his own damn shuttle, dat's what I wanna know."Doc groaned and rubbed his oversized helmet as the pair started arguing. He looked to his wheelchair's occupant for some sort of direction, but given the amount of anesthetics and painkillers Sarge was currently on, all he got was few spit bubbles and a snore. Twitch watched the pair for a second in case an order of some sort was forthcoming, and then shrugged, popped open one of the crates on his pallet and pulled out a breaching charge. He'd already started adhering the explosive to the shuttle's airlock before the other guardsmen noticed what he was doing and shouted at him to stop.
>>60237544Twitch, I love you, as both a friend and a bottom, but you really need to vary your playbook here.
>>60237544Oh... oh noTwitch no
>>60237544Twitch, the ship doesn't work if you blow a hole in the side.
>>60237544Doc is the only one of these chucklefucks that I seem to understandEveryone else bar sarge is borderline retarded
>>60237585But thats wrong, he's done it before several times
>>60237591Having been in the military, myself, I can fully relate. It's wonderful!
>>60237179Thank you anon.
>>60237591Sergeant stripes seem to come with a standard issue brain.
>>60237591They aren't retards, they're savants. Completely brain dead in all areas save one realm of incredible expertise.
>>60237544TWITCH STAHP BAD DOG NO BISCUIT
>>60237608Funnily enough I'm in the military too, maybe its because I work an electronics job in the airforce that I don't see too many brainlets
>>60237544Twitch there are no Orks is space we promise! >Cut to Kommandos clustered around the hull preparing to breach the rigged airlock
>>60237675I was Infantry, so we weren't allowed to have many complicated thoughts...
>>60237748"we're not payed to think, sir"
>>60237748Makes me proud for almost considering to join up with the US Navy despite my mom being a Jarhead and my dad being an Army REMF. Almost.
>>60237748I worked HR for the military. All the malingering, petty criminality, selective retardation, office politics, and malicious compliance you could ask for.
>>60237779>HR for militaryI both hate you and admire you
>>60237179who is kitten?
>>60238213A main character in "If the Emperor had a Text to Speech Device"
>>60238213If you have managed to get very far into the 40k fandom without knowing about "If the Emperor had a Text-to-Speech Device", you are blessed by the God-Emperor indeed.Not that it doesn't have its moments, but... *shudders*
>>60238246All I know about w40k comes from these stories and exterminatus now
>>60238268now that is a comic I have not heard of in a very long time. F.
>>60238268Well, I got into it through Inquisitor Carrow (read: truly bizarre Harry Potter crossover using the Theme Park Version of both franchises), so I'm not judging...A lot of people actually find Text-to-Speech highly informative, but I found myself reaching for the brain bleach too many times. I learned more by cross-referencing various wikis.... and I still wouldn't mind TTS so much if it weren't everywhere. EVERYWHERE.
>>60237544The demolitions trooper turned to see why everyone was so upset about him sticking explosives to their getaway vehicle. Behind him the airlock door slid open, briefly sticking on the charge before scraping it off, to reveal three figures. The robed, dataslate-holding man on the left paused as his foot landed in something sticky, looked down and froze. The carapace-armored and helmeted Sister of Battle on the right of the group froze as well, staring blankly at the assorted "Arbites" at the bottom of the ramp. The third figure, the one with the Ordos Xenos Inquisitorial Rosette on chest, didn't freeze. "Now if one of you could be so kind as to explain what in the Emperor's name do you think you're doing here, I might just be willing to… Interrogator Sargent?"Nubby, Tink, and Twitch all made choking noises, Doc however popped his visor up, and looked Inquisitor Oak straight in the eye. "Escaping?"The Inquisitor paused, began to speak, paused again, and then exploded. "Oh, you've GOT to be kidding me. NOW, you're doing this NOW!?" All four guardsmen took a step backwards. "Do you have ANY idea how hard this is going to make-" the Inquisitor abruptly broke off his rant and deflated. "No, of course you don't, you didn't "need to know" did you?""You don't mean-" began Tink, only be cut off as the dataslate wielding Interrogator announced "Ten minutes sir."Oak winced. "No time, I'll explain later, I promise you, but if I'm going to salvage this I need all of you to get back to your cells RIGHT NOW."
>>60238357And it turns out Oak had things mostly under control all along? Or would have if Scisitat had actually been competent.Either way, the plot thickens. I'm excited!
>>60238357That's Oak!? Holy shit, he's amazing!
>>60238357Ah, the famous Oak - in the field at last. Well... this should certainly be interesting.
>>60238357Poor Oak, what was he expecting from them though?
>>60238357Twitch looked to Nubby, who looked to Tink, who looked to Doc, who vainly looked down at Sarge for a second before accepting that the buck had well and truly stopped. Oak, seeing the hesitation and interpreting it as something more than agonized dithering let out an annoyed groan, and turned to the Sister of Battle at his side. "Would you PLEASE do something about this?" Amelia Delorisista Amanita Trigestrata Zeldana Malifee von Humpeding shrugged, pulled off her stupid helmet, and announced "Come on you idiots, let's go. Back to your cells." She jogged down the ramp, past a slackjawed Twitch and Nubby, and without pausing grabbed the wheelchair from Doc. "Double time soldiers, THAT'S AN ORDER GUARDSMEN! Right Sarge?" The snoring noncom jerked in his seat and slurred "habs n order guarshem", before slumping over again. Twitch, Nubby, and Doc shared a look and a shrug, and then filed after the pair. Up at the control altar, Tink grumpily undid the door control overrides he'd just implemented, and with a mutter of "worst escape attempt ever..." fell in at the end of the line.>End Part 1 of 2
>>60232637WHERE IN THE WORLD IS CARMEN SANDIEGO
>>60238493Wow, I hope Oak turns out to be sound. Questionable promotions aside, I'm starting to like the guy!
>>60238357>>60238493Goddamnit, I'm laughing my ass off here. Imagine oak coming to sort these guys out and runs into them escaping. So proud yet so frustrating.
>>60238357Holy shit, was I right about Oak planning this!?
>>60238493Good show, Shogs! See you for the next one.
>>60238493Bleh, sorry that went so late, really wasn't planning on doing ANY of the dialogue bits tonight (cause I suck at them), but sort of felt it would be better to get to the whole big reveal part than to just cover the timeskip.I'd like to get the rest of this (in which the GM uses his NPC to spoon feed us the plot we've been so studiously ignoring) out weekend after next, but that'll depend on how alive I am after a week of mountain shenanigans. At least I'll be able to talk to the one person who actually remembers all of Oak's lines while I'm up there though, so that'll help.Thanks for sticking around. I'm about out of juice myself but I'll stay up a little longer of you got questions or such, and will swing by this thread in the morning assuming its still up.
pretty fuckin good cant wait for the next part although i dont want it to end either
>>60238584watch out for cougars. old friend of mine had to dissuade one away from his campsite with a .45 .
I'm betting the one that "knows every of oaks lines" is the Sarge player right?
>>60238584>in which the GM uses his NPC to spoon feed us the plot we've been so studiously ignoringHah!Have fun in the mountains, Shoggy! And goodnight.
>>60238618He could have just asked her to leave, you don't have to go pointing guns at every woman who wanders into your camp site.
>>60238584What exactly did they do to Laundry Room B?
>>60238640or throw the old girl a bone. older ladies need sex too...
>>60238584Thank you for sharing Shogg-man!
>>60238640Not sure if you're joking or not.
>>60238625I bet its the GM.
>>60238584Will you be posting all the stuff you posted tonight from the AGP's perspective?
>>60238666Isn't text such an expressive medium?
>>60238493I love how, in the end, despite all they've seen and been through, they're still a bunch of grunts.
>>60238700its whats kept them relatively sane and has probably solved more problems than its caused
>>60238676Okay, I had to look up the meanging of cougar when they were mentioned first and didn't bother looking further after the literal meaning popped up.
>>60238583>>60238639Night!>>60238618Mostly just black bears and cannibalistic hippies where we'll be thankfully. More worried about fucking myself up while climbing or boating due to being out of practice, but should be okay since we'll be sticking to easier stuff.>>60238653Tink vandalized the shit out of several of the industrial-scale machines in an attempt to make them better, faster, stronger, etc. and hopefully piece together some sort of battle-bot-esque spinny doom weapon while was at it.He primarily succeeded in flooding the everything, which then lead to problems with Twitch's little home chemical weapons lab. It was a pretty big mess.>>60238673Yup! Hoping he has notes I can just crib, but I suspect he ad-libbed of it up since it was generally QA.
>>60238787>He primarily succeeded in flooding the everything, which then lead to problems with Twitch's little home chemical weapons lab.Hokaaayy, no wonder the cogboys were upset...
>Forced to go on /tg/ from Sup/tg/ to get the PDF for Albino Doom Goat. Find Shoggy.IT'S A GOOD DAY.
>>60238676Nah, was originally planning too, but it takes me way too long to generate stuff that isn't based on actual gameplay of some sort. (pretty much everything until our escape attempt was a straight time-skip, with just a bit of bullshitting to fill in the vague amusing details for the hell of it)Might go back much later and try to pencil something more substantial in, but can't really justify putting off the final chapter even more.
Some kind anon has now archived the thread on suptg!
>>60238819is this the end all be all for the party?
Anyone know which character shoggy plays?
>>60238976IIRC it's Nubby.
>>60238819For those shenanigans? TOTALLY justified!
>>60233792So did Dredd deliberately take asshat literally, or was he just being Dredd?
>>60238819>Might go back much later and try to pencil something more substantial in, but can't really justify putting off the final chapter even more.DON'T YOU DARE, draw it for as long as you can, I don't want to get off the AGP wild ride!
>>60232637SHOGGY! I caught it live!
>>60232637ALL HAIL SHOGGY, ALL HAIL SHOGGY.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4a_uwyY_H4
>>60235554>-Head Intelligencer Clouseau
I can't wait to see Oak's reaction to them being held in a cleaning closet the whole trip. I'm just imagining him being lead to their "cells" and the awkward conversation that will happen
>Head Intelligencer ClouseauI wonder if they're a relative of Inquisitor Obi Wan Sherlock Clouseau from Rogue Trader...
>>60232637YES YES YES YES YES. Shoggy, I cannot express to you using human language how hype AGP posts make me. Or Dolphin language. Or any language that I know of.
>>60233715You get used to it pretty quickly.
>>60238929The mission Oak is about to assign will be the last one. It's a biggun though, and after that there'll be a little epilogue covering where everyone ends up once their finally rotated off the front.>>60239345Part of it was Dredd being intentionally obtuse, the other part will be explained by Oak.>>60236096 is surprisingly close to whats going on >>60239119>>60239623Hmm, noted. Will see what I can do, but writing time is a lot more limited now that I can't do it during the workday.>>60241403>pic related
>>60243408>the spoilerOh boy. At least they can't blame the AGP for this fuck-up, but I bet they'll still try at the trial anyway.
>>60243408Shoggy Im >>60234441Can you pass the Edits onto Sarges player and let him know he's a minor hero for our dark heresy party? Our Krieger Captain Alein has memorized his Field guide
>>60243408Considering how the last part ended, how much "Tzeentch fuckery" have the party been on the reciving end of?
>>60244348Ha, will do, he'll appreciate that.>>60244572Well, that's a good question aint it? There's definitely a fair bit of some variety of fuckery going around, some of which will be covered in the upcoming lore-dump.
>>60244691JUST GIVE US TH LORE ALREADY!!!!Seriously, this was supposed to be the loredump, I'm having withdrawal symptoms.
>>60243408>"cells">pic relatedI'm cackling over here
>>60244738My condolences... I got withdrawal as well.
>>60244750Last thread he said the loredump is next.
>>60244890oh. then ignore my post, i am an idiot
>>60244691I hope that at the end, you do reveal who you have been playing all this time, jsut to confirm or deny suspicions.The ride has been long and it has been wild.
>>60244971he already told us a while back
>>60244691So, it was confirmed, right? You plan Nubby most often, and sometimes other characters when there's a 6th or 7th main character wandering around, like Fumbles?Also, love your stories too much. I actually mean that. Whenever I read you, I need to take a break writing my own stuff, since I end up having a bit of you leak in when I'm trying to make a serious scene or tone happen.
>>60245032he did? well shit. who did he play?
>>60245101see >>60245074 Hes Nubby
>>60245074I think i remember that Doc played Aimy when she was with them
What the actual fuck? This is live? Shoggy, man. The piece of fiction presented by you to all of humankind inspired me to a whole lot of nice things at the RPG table. Saying "thank you!" in one of those threads is a huge honor!
>>60244738>>60244876Sorry! (really) I have a lot of trouble processing IC conversations into sensible dialogue, and the whole Oak thing is about 10 pages of back and forth conversation. I'm tempted just to greentext talking-head it and be done with it, but then my GM would kill me.>>60245074I have that same problem if I get into Audiobooks while I'm supposed to be writing, it's not a problem if the tone fits, like Discworld or the like, but other times...>>60245074>>60245189Ya, I was Nubby and most of Fumbles, Doc's player handled 99% of Aimy's stuff. We have a long standing tradition of players helping pilot friendly NPCs, particularly in combat, to free up the DM for enemies and plot stuff. Of course this is all based on the condition that we stay In Character with them, and permission can be revoked at any time. The Diplomacy Adept, various Interrogators/Inquisitors, and Space Marines being the major exceptions there, since we were judged not have a clear idea what their real motivations were.>>60245369"Live" is a bit of an overstatement, but thanks man, glad you enjoy the stories.
>>60245624>I'm tempted just to greentext talking-head it and be done with it, but then my GM would kill me.It would be 100% fine by me. On one hand I'm tempted to say that you should just do it, on the other hand your DM did do a fantastic job on this, and I don't want him to feel bad.
>>60245624Hey Shoggy, can I make a small request? At the end of this, can you post a link to a repository of all the associated art of the AGP and other characters? I've been collecting it but am sure I'm missing stuff and would love to see all of it in one place.
>>60236579You might want to speak with more respect: Canada just humiliated the US President in front of the whole world.
>>60245777I'd rather Shoggy take the long path. We're pretty close to the end - Trial, Oak's Mission, Epilogue is the order I think - and I don't really want Shoggy to blitz through the last Guardsmen Party. We just gotta hold out untill fresh ammo and reinforcements come - Remember the NCO BCM policy: Bitch, Complain, Man up and do it anyway
>>60246041>Canada just humiliated the US President in front of the whole world.The US President humiliates the US President in front of the whole world on a daily basis. Not much of a bar to reach there.
>>60246059But I'm not finished bitching and complaining...
>>60245852Will update the 1d4 gallery when I get back from climbing. That work for you?
>>60246276No argument from me there.
>>60245624..you know, I always pictured fumbles as really tall and lanky, a walking scarecrow. he just looks like and adorable kid.
>>60246059We have waited (how long?), we can wait a bit longer if needed
>>60246299Sure man, that works.
>>60245624You don't need to be sorry. I might be addicted, but you should merely take that as a compliment. Take your time and do it right... as long as you don't plan to work on Valve time. Until then i looking forward to your next posting.
>>60236579>>60246276>>60246330not to be that asshole, but could we please keep politics out of an otherwise lovely thread?Merely asking.
>>60246637NoEarth politics < Mars politics
>>60246637Fucking this. Take it to /pol/ or suffer the wrath of Mod.
>>60245624Valerie a cute
>>60243408>Will see what I can do, but writing time is a lot more limited now that I can't do it during the workday.that's fine on my end, sometimes having the "deleted scenes" in a movie/series gives it more flavor, and this is most certainly the case!
>>60246460Okay, I think everything is there: https://1d4chan.org/wiki/All_Guardsmen_Party#GalleryWent in and reordered things a little for better organization, but all that I found missing were a few of the sketch-versions of things.
>>60247614Hey, thanks Shoggs! Appreciate the effort there.