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    10 KB Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:15 No.7353184  
    You are young acolyte in the Ordo Xenos, of the rank Explicator, and until recently, under the tutelage of the renowned Inquisitor Astrum Tyrannus.
    Currently you are in the Eastern Fringe of the Ultima Segmentum, the edge of known Imperial space.
    More specifically, you are on a Black Ship, the dread transport employed by the Adeptus Astra Telepathica in their eternal quest to feed the voracious psychic appetite of the Emperor.
    Currently you have no duties, and are waiting to be dropped off on the Imperial border world of Perlia. You’ve spent the past two weeks reading your mission specs, preparing yourself, studying the history, geography, climate, etc. of Perlia, rereading your mission specs, and sitting around bored out of your skull.
    Recently you’ve taken to strolls around the ship. Right now it is empty of its current mournful cargo of psykers, having just made the return trip to Holy Terra, and so you are free to wander about.
    On one of your walks, you head down the corridors of the blackship you see an open door that you had never seen.
    Inside the open door you see a female tau restrained against her will with a gag in her mouth.
    WHAT DO?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:16 No.7353201
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:17 No.7353210
    Yeah, we're restarting the quest after the old OP wandered off.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:20 No.7353233
    Get jiggy with it and claim her ass in the emperors name!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:21 No.7353252
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    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:23 No.7353284
    Alert your master of this xeno scum.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:25 No.7353303

    Get there before the Necrons wake up, claim the Aercheo-tech from the tech-priests at the dam so that it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. Take the opportunity to meet Ciaphas Cain, HER OF THE IMPERIUM!

    Or go into room and see what is planned for the Tau. Psychic interrogation, vivisection, something else?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:27 No.7353323
    >Using regular Bolters

    Get. Out.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:31 No.7353372
    Ask Cptn about it, the basis of his response is the real WHAT DO for any good inquisitor, thats just how the game works

    1.Find Shit
    2.Ask Questions
    3.Determine Truth
    4.Make Decision Based on Unique Mix of Personal Morals, Conviction, and Past Experience
    5.Eat Cake
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:33 No.7353399
    Ah, old Astrum 'Cleave n' Purge!' Tyrannus. You miss the old fucker, and wish that you'd been able to keep his old chainsword. Emperor-damn those genestealers.
    You slowly enter the room and look around. Things are very, odd, to say the least. There aren't any the normal signs of the first stages of interrogation. Admittedly, most of those stages involve just describing what happens in the later stages to those who don't cooperate, but the Tau doesn't seem to show any of the normal signs of those rougher methods.
    Curiouser and Curiouser
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:36 No.7353448
    Did your reference link thingies get mixed up by any chance in that last post?

    Irregardless, vox our current superior and ask about the prisoner. Unless we haven't been assigned a new inquisitor yet, in which case, vox whoever is in charge of this kind of thing. Overstepping your boundaries is a fast way to execution in the Inquisition.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:36 No.7353449

    If this isn't an interrogation chamber, what is it?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:38 No.7353473
    That's no interrogation room, that's a space station!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:40 No.7353503
    The captain of the ship is quite a mysterious fellow. So far, you've only met face to face with him just before the ship had entered the warp, and even then it was purely by accident. Apart from his name, Toby Longworth, and the name of the ship, Validus, you know almost nothing about him.
    Most of the orders seem to be issued from the second mate, you think his name is Gree, or Smee, or something like that.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:43 No.7353556
    For all intents and purposes the room is a modified brig. From as far as you can tell, apart recent modificications, shackle hastily bolted to the walls, extra locks on the door, etc., this room appears to have been something like an utility closet.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:43 No.7353557
    Rape her.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:44 No.7353571
    Question both of them, with forceful detainment and interrogation if need be, determine what's going on.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:46 No.7353599
    Well, fuckin let him know there is a tau whore tide up in his ship, figure out if he knows anything about it (btw does he explicitly know you are Ordo, or is he just doing a favor?)
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:47 No.7353602
    Oy, OP, can you put a name on? Even just something simple like "OP" would help.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:48 No.7353620
    Oh also, party tried to make a net gun, rolled too low, didnt tell them, and when they fired it the net flipped back and covered the netgun and the person using it (who believe it or not was playing as a kobold, not important, just an interesting sidenote)
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:50 No.7353651
    Wrong thread boy-o.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)21:53 No.7353690
    Would if you could, however, as far what goes on this vessel, not an option. Right now you’re the lowest rank of acolyte, and aboard a ship whose commanding officers are empowered by both the Inquisition and the Adeptus Terra to do as they see fight. While you aren’t completely powerless, as far as rank goes on the ship, you’re down there with the midshipmen.
    Actually, you barely know the Captain. You’re currently headed to the Schola Progenium of Perlia to revendous with an important official about your new boss. The munitorium simply put you on the ship because it would be heading the same general direction.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:53 No.7353699

    This, so we know who you are.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)21:55 No.7353718

    As for the Tau... fuck it, let's ask her if they told her what she is here for. Remove the gag for her answer, but if she doesn't know, put it back in.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:02 No.7353788
    Enact Love Can Bloom. We can make it work. And this is why:

    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)22:07 No.7353863
    You cautiously begin to approach the tau. Currently she’s dressed in a formless grey shift with the usual =][= stamp of the Inquisition.
    Her eyes dart back forth in nervous anticipation as you get closer, and she begins to strain at her constraints as you reach out your hand.
    You quickly tear away the gag and a confused stream of the barbaric xeno tongue spills out.
    You quickly clamp your hand over her mouth.
    “Listen Xeno, for the moment I going to keep things simple. I am going to remove my hand, and ask you questions. You are going to answer them. You do not want to know what will happen to you if you don’t. Do You Speak Gothic?”
    You slowly release your grip, and back away.
    The tau bites her tongue for a moment, but, just as you are about to replace the gag, she manages to choke out
    “Yes,” in a garbled form of Lower Gothic.
    >okay, you guys take it away!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:07 No.7353867

    We need to find out why exactly she's here. If she doesn't know, and no one seems to have missed her absence, then we could bring her down planetside with us secretly.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:10 No.7353906
    I am an explicator of the Ordo Xenos. There is a xeno prisoner. Let's interrogate. Ask, with the appropriate amount of pressure, what force the creature was serving with when it was apprehended.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:14 No.7353975
    "Do you know who brought you to this room?"
    "Do you know why you were brought to this room?"
    "Do you know who is in charge of your interrogation?"
    "Do you like long walks along the beach in the moonlight?"
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:22 No.7354100
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:23 No.7354129
    Knowing a bit about this species system of organization I ask, "What is your function, xeno? Are you of the fire order?"
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:29 No.7354200

    If she can speak gothic, she's probably water. But yeah ask her that anyway.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:39 No.7354322
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:39 No.7354328
    Did the OP die? What is it with this quest and OPs leaving?
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)22:42 No.7354362
    "What is your function, xeno? Are you of the fire order?"
    She stares back at you blankly.
    "Fire, you know, shoot things?" Again this elicits nothing.
    You begin miming someone firiing a gun, but stop when she begins shrieking in terror.
    Ye gods this is getting annoying. It would be alot easier if you knew the basics of the Tau langauge, but Inquistor Astrum was never really big on that part of his instruction. So far, he had only ever taught you the words pain, death, fire, and ginger. Really to the point, old Astrum.
    Some memory stirs a few lessons in the back of your mind, and say to the Tau
    She quickly shakes her head back and forth, universal inidcation of no, and says
    "Por, water."
    Okay, now we're cooking with Prometium!
    >sorry for the wait guys.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:46 No.7354415
    So she /is/ of the water caste.

    And she doesn't know any Gothic? What kind of diplomacy are they teaching kids these days?

    Anywho, she seemed to really freak out when we did the weapon miming, right? Maybe she has some trauma or something? Do we have anyone on board who can tell us where the Tau-Gothic dictionary dataslate is? Because that would really help. Alternately, try talking LOUDLY and slooooooooowly. That always works in the holo-dramas!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:46 No.7354422
    Hmmm. Try to mime: where from?

    And try not to use too many of those words we've learned, eh. Let's try to see what information we can wheedle out of her nicely.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)22:47 No.7354431
    You begin again:
    "Do you know who brought you to this room?"
    Blank stare.
    "Who," you stop to indicate the world at large with a sweeping gesture of your hands, "brought you," Here you point to the Tau, who visibly recoils, and then mimic the struggle of carrying something weighty, "Here?" at which point you you gesture to the room.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:49 No.7354458

    Right that's it, I think we do need a translation dataslate. Replace her gag, tell her to keep still, and go out to find someone.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)22:51 No.7354487
    You mentally prepare a list of the names of the people you've met so far since the ship began its voyage.
    None them had such an odd name, your sure you would've remembered it.
    Maybe its the name of a Tau, perhaps, who-
    No, wait, "Fio'dr" is the tau word unclear.
    Okay, so she doesn't know who brought here her.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:51 No.7354494
    Get a Tau for interrogation, I says. I don't care what caste it is, I says. Fuck, I should have specified that they need to be able to speak our language!

    Find a sanctioned psyker, have him communicate with her via mind-meld.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)22:52 No.7354504
    >I need a confirmation you guys, get dataslate or continue interrogation as is?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:53 No.7354526
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:54 No.7354528

    Get a dataslate. But hide her well. Tell her to keep still, or - mime gun to her head, BLAM.

    Then go out and find someone.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:54 No.7354530
    Perhaps this xeno is a diplomat, stupidly sent seeking terms for peace, as though such a thing would even be considered. Such a foolish race, these blue creatures belong to! "How did you come into our care? Who sent you?"
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:55 No.7354550

    I don't handle decisions well. If we get the slate, she'll probably be dead by the time we return, or have been moved.

    Go to get the dictionary, but try to get her to understand that we'll be back. Put the gag back so that no one notices anything amiss. And close the door, we don't want anyone else to stumble in on her like we did.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)22:55 No.7354552
    Uh yeah, what they said.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:00 No.7354610
    >Okay, the ayes have it, go and fetch data slate.
    You sigh quietly to yourself. Okay, currently things as is are going nowhere fast. Right now getting information out of this Tau is like pulling teeth, and, as an Inquisitor’s acolyte you know what a bother that is.
    If you're going to get to the bottom of this, (and you are going to get to the bottom) you'll need the right tools. Which, in this case, is a standard issue Tau-to-Gothic
    But what to do with the Tau?
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:02 No.7354629
    If you leave her here as is, she certainly isn't going anywhere. But this entire thing reeks of suspicion. Your bunkroom is a good thirty minute walk away, and whose to sy this door won’t disappear as easily as it appeared?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:02 No.7354632
    Please see prior post here >>7354550
    for what to do with her while we're gone.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:03 No.7354640

    Put the gag back. Tell her to be quiet. Go to one corner. Hide. Then go out, making sure to close the door.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:05 No.7354666
    On the other hand, this filthy xeno scum was clearly chained up for a reason. True, on a black ship swarming with Imperial staff, she wouldn’t have far to go, but she is a XENO. Hate and revile for her and her kind has been instilled in you ever since before you were old enough to suckle your mother’s teat, and your brief time with Inquisitor Astrum has merely reinforced your apprehensions. You just don’t drop a lifetimes worth of suspicion at the drop of a hat.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:07 No.7354674

    Wait, leave the room and enter the hallway. Order an ensign/rating/whatever the lowest ranked grunt on the ships is to get the dataslate for us. Then we can keep watch on the door.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:08 No.7354682
    Oh guys, the fact that he's giving us a choice about what to do with the Tau probably speaks tons.
    Whose to say we won't come back to find her hacked to pieces?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:11 No.7354713
    As an explicator, the crew would likely not think it unusual to see me transporting a restrained Tau prisoner, and I wonder at what circumstances may have found the subject there without my prior knowledge. Determined to discover the nature of this mystery, I endeavor to take the creature back to my quarters where I left my data slate for a proper interrogation. Keeping my weapon trained upon her at all times, I release it from its shackles and guide it ahead of me towards me compartment.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:12 No.7354716
    Hmm, that is a possibility, but on the other hand, do we really want to leave the only indication of potential heresy in the hands of a red shirt, especially considering how most would go all "CLEAVE AND SMITE" on her xeno ass the first minute they saw her, if they're aren't in league with said Heresy already.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:13 No.7354729
    >I need a decision here guys, do we take her or leave her where she is?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:14 No.7354744
    One vote for taking her with us.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:14 No.7354748
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:18 No.7354794
    Fine, take her with us. Pray to the Emperor that we don't run into anyone on the way.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:21 No.7354820
    Take her with us, but see if we can cover her head with some sort of Cowl.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:22 No.7354841
    >Ayes have it.
    Against your teachings, but going with your gut feelings, you decide to take the Tau with you to your bunk. If somebody should stop you, you are a member of the Ordo Xenos, however junior you may be.
    One problem: your blue headache is currently shackled to the wall.
    Well, if there's anything that Tyrannus taught you, it's that any problem can be solved with judicious application of gun.
    You unholster your laspistol and hold it up for the Tau to see.
    She screams.
    Quickly you clamp your hand back over her mouth and shush her. She quiets down, though she maybe hyperventaliating at this point.
    You point the laspistol at the shackles and quickly make short work of the chains. Hell, near as you can tell, they weren't even plasteel.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:26 No.7354887
    The tau begins to struggle as soon you as she realises the chains are off, but at that point you've already brought the laspistol to the back of her head.
    You tighten your grip, and shift around so that you are now firmly leading her by the shoulder and begin to frogmarch her forward, like a teacher with a naughty child.
    She tries to lock up, but once she realises that you are leaving the room and not executing her, she quickly gives in and follows your directions.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:26 No.7354893
    Grab her by the hand, try to cover her head, and walk to the bunk quickly, but not running to avoid arousing suspicion.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:27 No.7354899
    Waaaaaaaaaait a minute...

    >Tau female held for no apparent reason
    >Can't speak Gothic despite being an ambassador
    >Chains so weak even a Las-pistol can cut through them

    This is all a test of our faith/dedication! I think we failed.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:28 No.7354909

    If we take her, we'll need to bind and gag her. And pray we don't meet someone higher-ranked than us while we're going around.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:29 No.7354917
    And so begins the most awkard half hour of your life.
    Well, at least there's no one around to see you. This part of the ship is pratically deserted, being relegated to storage with nothing to store.
    The only noise apart from the eternal ambiance of steam venting and the rumble of the engine is the clip-clopping noise of the Tau's odd hoof feet, and the creak of your own jackboots.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:29 No.7354918

    Lead her to the door first. See if anyone's around. We need to be quick!

    Come think of it, do we share a bunk with anybody?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:30 No.7354928
    The most awkward half hour of our life? Either we're going to die very soon, or it's all uphill from here.

    ...As we're in the Inquisition, I suspect the former. Shit.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:31 No.7354944
    Take tau with me, hide her in my own robes.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:33 No.7354962
    >Chains so weak even a Las-pistol can cut through them

    Dude, it's a Tau. A Chinese finger trap should be able to hold it. Speaking of which...

    Bind both of its arms behind its back and lead it on by the wrists, all the while keeping your laspistol trained upon its head. if nothing else, this will ease any suspicions of anyone witnessing the prisoner transfer.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:34 No.7354965
    We have our own set of restraints in our quarters, right? I suppose we might have to make do with bed sheets.

    Awww, don't be so pessimistic!
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:34 No.7354969
    As time goes on and you get closer to your compartent, you begin to get nervous.
    Your bunk is near the living quarters for most of the crew. Except during emergencies, there's always someone there, even if its only an idle crewman or two shirking work to get in an extra round of Camberian hold 'em.
    If someone sees you with the xeno is souch a, erm, compromising position, they're will be questions.
    Oh gods, what if this entire thing was a test?
    What if you've failed?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:34 No.7354978
    Well, not all water castes are ambassadors or Diplomats. I'm pretty sure some are traders. Perhaps she just traded with Tau, between tau planets, or one a single planet.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:35 No.7354983
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:38 No.7355024
    place own outer clothing on tau. in such a way to prevent her from being detected.>>7354969
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:39 No.7355031
    The xeno seems cowed merely by your imposing presence, the laspistol itself seems to have set her near the edge of a mental breakdown and turning her into a gibbering wreck. Something tells you bedsheets will serve just fine as restriants.
    You approach the bend of the corridor that leads to the living quarters. You stop and squeeze the shoulder of the abomination in front of you, indicating you want her to stop as well.
    Keeping the foul xeno wench covered with pistol, you slowly move around so that you are now in front and peek your head around wall.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:39 No.7355040
    Pessimism and paranoia are survival traits.

    We cannot get caught alone with this xeno. We don't have permission to speak with it, and if it's reported to our superior that we were independently communicating with xenos, particularly using nonstandard techniques (and somehow I don't think we're planning torture in our quarters), we might well get marked radical and disposed of, if only to be safe. Acolytes are a dime a dozen, and without our Inquisitor present to vouch for us things could turn very ugly very quickly.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:41 No.7355050


    And what do you mean compromising. It's not like she's naked or anything. At least, you didn't say she was naked in you first post. As far as anyone else is concerned, you're just moving a prisoner for interrogation.

    True, but I find that trading works better when you can understand the language of the people you are trading with.

    Wait, just re-read your post. It has merit. Still, I am uneasy about this whole thing.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:44 No.7355081
    From what you can tell, for once no one seems to have gotten shirk away from. Thank the throne for small miracles!
    Hmm, just in case,
    You remove your outer robe and drape it over the Tau, making sure that the hood obscures her features. She flinches at your touch, but says nothing/
    It won't hold up if anyone with half a brain gets closer than five feet, but you've just got to get to your compartment and lock the bulkhead.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:44 No.7355089

    What we need then is to request a large and heavy box for our planetside trip, and take her along.

    I know that sounds stupid, but seriously, if I have to be hunted down, I'd rather we be on a planet than in a ship.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:45 No.7355100
    I had better produce some new information from this interrogation to remove all doubt as to my motives, just in case. I redouble my resolve.


    Assuming that this creature is being truthful, what circumstances would find it in the custody of the Astra Telepathica? ...Oh shi- I become very paranoid, searching for the faintest hints of witchcraft. The Tau are not known to be great psykers, but I know not to dismiss any possibility.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:45 No.7355102

    Sneak ahead first, then. See who's around, if anyone.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:48 No.7355130
    These thoughts run through your head as you look over your current situation.
    Fething gak, how in the name of the warp did this happen?
    Well, you console yourself, whatever happens, happens, and pull yourself and the xeno away from cover.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:49 No.7355148
    It's only a hundred meters or so to your bunk.
    Come on, you're almost there.....

    Feth, the xeno tripped!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:50 No.7355162
    We don't have to be hunted down at all. It is not too late to dispose of the xeno, conceal or abandon the body, and deny all knowledge of the incident. There are several possibilities here:
    1) The xeno is a legitimate prisoner of our superiors.
    2) The xeno is a secret prisoner of our superiors.
    3) The xeno is the prisoner of someone who does not outrank us.

    If 1), then there would have been a guard, better restraints, and so forth. Therefore the xeno is not being held on legitimate Inquisitorial business.

    If 2), we do NOT want to get caught knowing anything about the xeno, because as soon as it's discovered we'll be eliminated to cover their tracks. Further investigation of possible suspects would be merited if it wasn't so likely to be fatal; more practical would be to mentally mark them as possible Radicals for later in our career, when we have actual power.

    If 3), then as in 2) someone will be likely to come after us and kill us for knowing about the xeno, but if we kill her and our superiors find out they'll be much more likely to be okay with it, as the "see xeno->kill xeno" paradigm is a well accepted one.

    I fail to see how interrogation helps our long-term prospects in any probable case.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:51 No.7355173
    OH SH-
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:52 No.7355178

    Drag her up! Look around! Mutter a prayer and move on as quickly as we can.
    >> NewOP 12/30/09(Wed)23:53 No.7355187
    You reach out quickly and help the Tau to her fee-
    Erm, hooves.
    She begins to move forward but stumbles again on your heavy trailing robes of office.
    Emmperor dammit you're so close!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:54 No.7355195

    Those are all good reasons. Though it must be said that we've already done the deed, and why not go along with it? Hiding a body on a ship would be harder than one might assume.

    Come on, it's the grim dark future, do you really want to live forever?
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:54 No.7355196
    Step back quickly with the laspistol pointed at her head. Let the creature pull itself up. "On your feet! ...Or whatever."
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:55 No.7355211
    So close, so close... just... a little more...
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:56 No.7355219
    Frack, pick her up and carry her!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:56 No.7355223

    Not with the laspistol or she'll scream!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:57 No.7355225
    >Come on, it's the grim dark future, do you really want to live forever?
    I wish to continue living until I can no longer destroy the enemies of the Emperor.

    I will concede that at the moment, we might as well get the xeno into our quarters and lock them. We can plot our next logical move afterward, but I suspect that it will involve investigating practical methods of corpse disposal.
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:58 No.7355237
    The third possibility is the only one that makes any sense here. If that is the case, this interrogation should uncover some heretics who intend to use the xeno creature or nefarious purposes. It is the primary concern of the Ordo Xenos to root out such corruption!
    >> Anonymous 12/30/09(Wed)23:59 No.7355247
    Gah, may the Emperor protect, you pick the damn xeno up and sprint the last twenty meters into your compartment.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:00 No.7355261
    You drop the xeno like a hot root vegetable and quickly key up the locking sequence to the door.
    Finally, you're safe.
    For the moment at least.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:00 No.7355263
    Dude, you need to chill for a bit. Take it easy. Let's get her to our quarters, and once we arrive at Perlia, we can ask Cain what he would do. I'm sure he'll have some idea of how to handle this.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:01 No.7355265
    While hearing a xeno screaming while in the custody of the inquisition would not be cause for concern for any loyal Imperial citizen, her very presence raises doubt about the loyalty of those aboard. I decide to attempt to keep the creature calm.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:01 No.7355278
    You forgot your name, FYI.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:01 No.7355283
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:02 No.7355288

    This. If there are humans in league with the xenos, we must deal with both. It's our job.

    But yes just carry her the rest of the way for the Emperor's sake. Get this over with.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:04 No.7355306

    Right! ... is there any appropriate equipment for communication here?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:06 No.7355325
    I proceed to rape her. Violently.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:06 No.7355339
    We came here to get our Gothic-Tau dictionary. It had damn well better be here!
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:06 No.7355345
    ...you have a point. The odds that those in power on this ship are both corrupt enough to have secret xenos prisoners and careless enough to leave them accessible and unguarded are minimal; they would never have risen to their current position were they so sloppy.

    That leaves us with the pressing question: What other groups are on the ship which might have arranged the xeno's imprisonment? We know that they are onboard and with access to that corridor, since someone opened up that room.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:06 No.7355346
    This sens of paranoia over the simplest of tasks is why I love Dark Heresy.

    The data slate is here, but first we should secure the prisoner. Now what to restrain her to?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:09 No.7355373
    As a careful acolyte of the Inquisition, our belongings include a minimum of four sets of restraints. Utilize them to bind the prisoner independent of any other fixture; if it is necessary to transport it again, the xeno can be carried, preferably in a sack or box so as to remain concealed.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:11 No.7355390
    Time to sort things out like they taught you back at Scholum.
    You have in your current possesion
    1. (1) Laspistol, which is in need of a recharge.
    2. (1) Inquisitorial seal
    3. (1) Letter of manuficiency from the derpatmentum munitiroium
    4. (1) Dataslate which includes recent photos, several spaceport novels, the holy texts, and a tau to gothic dictionary.
    5. (1) Female tau, of indeterminate origins.
    6 (1) Broken camera
    7 (1) Quil and parchment set
    As a guest of the Inquistion you got to have a bunk compartment to yourself.
    The bunk houses the standard fare, bed, workbench, travel draw, etc.
    WHAT DO?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:12 No.7355414
    Attempt to ascertain how the tau got on this ship.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:12 No.7355416
    Sorry, seeing as we are in between Inquisitors, we weren't given anything as kinky as restraints.
    Got bed sheets though.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:13 No.7355427
    Ask her her name, and where she comes from. And who or what brought her here.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:13 No.7355429
    Continue our questioning of course! We didn't bring her all this way to just jump to a different task. Please see >>7353975
    for questions I wish to have asked/answered, changed as necessary since we are now in a different room.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:14 No.7355432
    Check on Tau.
    She nearly went into a nervous break down the last time we touched her without warning.
    She's probably in catonic shock right now.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:16 No.7355459

    All right! Bind the tau first, with bedsheets. Make damn sure the door is locked. Look around for monitoring devices.

    Then use the tau-gothic dictionary to ask her how she got into a black ship. That is the weirdest part if you ask me. Tau psykers?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:16 No.7355464
    Hmph, wouldn't it be our luck that we went through all this trouble, and the xeno would have the rudeness to go into unconsciencness?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:16 No.7355465
    Our camera is broken. Can we acquire a functional one somewhere on the ship, perhaps taking the opportunity to pick up a few sundry supplies as well? It could make a convenient excuse to get things like restraints, a box, a better weapon, and so forth, not to mention opening up the possibility of documenting our investigation into this potential heresy so that our ass is covered somewhat when everything goes horribly wrong.
    >> The Spy 12/31/09(Thu)00:18 No.7355496

    I second this. We need to make sure that in case things go south, that we have a set-up to protect ourselfs.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:19 No.7355498

    This can happen later. We should focus on the tau first before we go out to talk to other people. More exposure heightens the chance that someone might ask questions or notice something amiss.

    I'm for asking the tau how she got on this ship.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:19 No.7355503
    But with our master gone, a heretical captain may feel secure enough to keep the Tau in such an easily-accessed place. We are but the lowliest of acolytes after all! That is unlikely, though. Yes, there may be other elements active on the ship. But who would have use for a Tau of the water order? This interrogation should prove most informative.

    With the thought of not causing too much noise in my mind, I carefully tie the sheets (not the ideal bindings, but sufficient for such a frail creature) about the Tau's arms and legs and fix the creature to the bed. Witht he data slate in hand, I attempt, in the creature's strange language to ask "How were you captured?"
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:19 No.7355505
    Ah, I remember back when this was Tau/Human sexings. It has come a long way.

    I suggest not leaving her alone, bound or not. Let's ask some preliminary questions. We know she doesn't know who brought her here, but she might know /why/ she was brought here. And try to find out why she doesn't speak much Gothic.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:21 No.7355529
    Well, the tau isn't catonic, though she does seem to be in a state of shock.
    You slowly approach her, and gently but firmly place your hand on her shoulder.
    She looks up into your face and you brace yourself to cover her mouth again and-
    Huh, she isn't screaming.
    Well that's new.

    You take the sheets off of your bed and begin tieing up the Tau to the workbench with the number seven knots. Tight but not painful.
    Oddly enough she doesn't wig out at this, she just kind of sighs.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:22 No.7355533
    Agreed that we communicate with the Tau first, but I still want the information- a wise acolyte plans ahead. Prior to interrogating the xeno, we should utilize our parchment or dataslate (as preferred) to write a report on what has happened so far, then record learned information as the interrogation progresses. When attempting independent investigations, it is vitally important that one have records justifying what one is doing, lest it be misunderstood and no evidence be available to provide a legitimate explanation.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:22 No.7355540
    If we can, in any way, lock the door/put a Do Not Disturb sign, DO SO.
    Apply (1) Tau to (1) Bunk bed.
    Once again, hush the Xenos with a universal finger over mouth to make doubly certain she does not make noise due to her panic. (Throne help us, we're ferreting out Xenos and possible heresy by -covering- Xenos.)
    Fetch dataslate after these precautions have been taken.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:23 No.7355553

    That might be true. But how should we explain how we got the tau? I mean, we did technically steal her. Just hopefully not from someone powerful...

    And come on, ask her the bloody question already, how she got on the bloody ship!
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:25 No.7355568
    Alright alright already, we'll get out the data slate.
    Now just we're did we leave that thing.
    Gak it's got to be around her somewhere.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:25 No.7355575

    A reaction like that... I can't help but wonder if she's being kept here as a sex slave. It sounds like she's been through this before.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:25 No.7355580
    Indeed, this is one of the few times that I have been pleasantly surprised by /tg/.

    This! Are there any other former acolytes of our master aboard? Someone we can trust would be incredibly useful at a time like this.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:25 No.7355582
    *seething with rage*
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:27 No.7355595
    We write that we unexpectedly discovered a doorway on the ship, previously unnoticed and presumably concealed. Upon investigation, we found a bound xeno, poorly secured and unguarded. Believing that no agent of the Inquisition would be so careless as to abandon a prisoner of that nature, we concluded that some heretical group must be transporting it and acted quickly to remove the prisoner from their control and begin an investigation into the identity of these theoretical heretics.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:28 No.7355613

    Sounds good enough.

    And if the OP would kindly stop delaying with silly things like not being able to find a dataslate.

    Or maybe the dataslate was taken by some bastard? Oh bloody hell...
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:29 No.7355629
    Oh that's right, we hide it in our compartment under the bunk. The midshipmen were borrowing it without asking and gummed up the keyboard.
    With what we don't want to know.
    You quickly leverage the bed up, and begin pulling out items you had stored within during the interm of the voyage.
    Your camera.
    Your quill and parchment set.
    The severed and mutilated head of midshipmen Boise.
    Ah here's the data slate and-
    Ah, wait what was that last one again?
    >severed and mutilated head of midshipmen Boise.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:30 No.7355656
    If that powerful somebody happens to not be an inquisitor, we will be alright with our superiors, provided we make it out of this alive.

    Damn it all! We probably do not have much time here. I search quickly about the room, keeping one eye on the captive as much as possible, still mindful of witchcraft.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:31 No.7355659
    We're being framed for murder, and possibly for cult activity. Examine the head for types of injury and time since death if possible, record our discovery immediately, and attempt to recall our last interaction with Boise.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:31 No.7355660

    Throw the head casually at the tau. Why not?

    Then go to her with the dataslate and sit down to write the preliminary reports preceding interrogation. Calmly.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:32 No.7355671
    No, fuck that, it can wait. Put it away for later and ASK THE DAMN QUESTIONS ALREADY! After writing out what has happened like >>7355595.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:35 No.7355705
    rolled 7 = 7

    Oh shit. Try to keep it from the xeno's sight to avoid startling it. Hopefully it will not recognize the smell. Roll for dexterity.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:35 No.7355707
    Would it be okay with you guys if we stop and archive what we have here and pick this up again, say, seven PM, eastern standard time?
    Sorry to leave you hanging like this, but it's past midnight on the eastern coast.
    Of course, if you think it would be a dick move, I'll continue.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:35 No.7355708

    This. Can we please finally get to the part where we talk to the tau as we fucking intended to since fucking some time back?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:36 No.7355721
    don't you dare leave
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:37 No.7355728
    I understand where you are coming from, I'm on the east coast myself. But can you please just do one closing post where we ask her how she got one the ship/does she know why she was taken? Please?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:37 No.7355730

    It wouldn't normally be a dick move except that you've been digressing for half the thread. Please do carry on.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:37 No.7355735
    Things are already moving quite slowly. Unless you're planning to really pick up the pace, it's probably not worth it to bother sticking around. Maybe we can get a new New OP to take over and kick this game into gear; I'm looking forward to some paranoid investigation, conspiracy piled upon conspiracy, and everything going horribly wrong.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:37 No.7355739
    Okay, okay, but you guys gotta archive this for me.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:37 No.7355740
    No, I'll be at work! Actually, I should be in bed anyway. Eh, whatever.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:39 No.7355753
    Fine, archiving now. Anyone have an idea for a name?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:40 No.7355768
    "Impending raep"
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:42 No.7355784
    Yknow I've been waiting for the sex to happen for the past 2 hours, but now everyone is paranoid. The mutilated head under our bunk isn't helping. So much for this being a simple sex slave/prisoner.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:43 No.7355800
    >(don't worry, the pace of thing's will pick up later)
    Alright, alright, alright.
    Alright. Remember what Inquisitor Tyrannus taught, to analysis the situation logically and with a calm mind.
    No, wait, that's not right, he taught you to kill the mutant, burn the wytch, and purge the xeno.
    Alright, severed heads aside, you came here with a mission, find out what the frak is going on on this ship.
    Being careful to put the head back into the compartment without the Tau noticing, you pick up the data slate and, with a small prayer to the machine god, flip open the dictionary function.
    Finally, something goes right, it works!
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:44 No.7355814
    Fuck it, it is now "Interrogator Quest". Archiving it now.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:47 No.7355854
    Archived here:


    Now vote it up. I would have, but it says I have voted already. Weird.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:50 No.7355888
    A simple circle jerk would have been profoundly disappointing. Instead, we are on a black ship with nobody to trust and a mysterious prisoner. This is vastly superior, wouldn't you say?

    Thank the Emperor! Can we access the Tau/Low Gothic translator?
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)00:51 No.7355901
    >The original was called ordo xenos quest. Do with it as you see fit.
    You sit down on the gun metal floor next to the xeno, just outside of her reach in case, against all odds, she manages to break free.
    She seems to have calmed down considerably from when you first saw her, and now just seems vaguely resigned to being tied up,
    You point to the data slate and use the dictionary function to bring up the tau word for conversation, even though in this situation 'interrogation' might be a better word choice.
    She nods.
    It seems to understand that you are going to ask her series of questions.
    It takes sometime, considering that you have recheck everyother word that comes out of either your or the Tau's mouth, but after a while, you finally start to get the answers to your questions.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:51 No.7355902

    It is. And please hope we can. Otherwise we might as well just hide another body under our bunk...
    >> Ciaphas Cain !hxpuy9nnos 12/31/09(Thu)00:53 No.7355921
    "More tea, sir?"

    "Ah yes, thank you." I replied politely to my aide, Gunner Ferik Jurgen, a mere formality at this point, as he was already well underway, filling the recently emptied bowl for my convenience with the familiar blend I had grown so accustomed to over my many years of service.

    Though I must admit I had been reluctant to accept the brief vacation thrust upon me by the beurocratic emperor botherers back at the schola, I admit that by the third day of my tour of this little burg on the eastern continent I was finally coming around to the prospect. The chances of being hit by a stray vehicle or any number of other petty accidents were dwarfed by the chances of suffering an accident during my normal duties ever since those third-year frackheads started on the live fire exercises. And whats more, being rushed from banquet to commencement ceremony, to PDF district headquarters opening almost rekindled old memories of my days serving with the guard, memories I'm quite fond of, when they don't involve me being shot at. Even Jurgen seemed to be enjoying himself, stuffing his face at whatever venue we came across and so skillfully brushing off the odd civilian who came asking for autographs who weren't already held at bay by his stench and mottled skin.

    Indeed, it had just dawned on me that it would be a decent day after all...

    Of course... had I known what trouble was yet to drop down on the sky into my lap, I probably wouldn't have bothered getting out of bed that morning.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:59 No.7355979

    Firstly: how did she get on this ship?
    Secondly: where was she before?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:59 No.7355982
    Well it would be nice if there were one or two people who we could trust, but w/e.

    /Classic/ Cain opening. I like where this could be going...

    Just realized, we can trust Cain. Heck, maybe he can put in a good word with Amberly; she might have need of an interrogator.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)00:59 No.7355984
    Firstly, How did you get on this ship?
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:00 No.7355998
    "Do you know who brought you to this room?"
    Words indicating confusion and uncertainty are picked with this question, but she also picks out Gue'la, the tau word for Human, mask, black, gun, fear, loss, and pain.
    "Do you know why you were brought to this room?"
    Uncertainty. For all apparent reasons, she has no idea why she was brought to this room. From as near as you can tell, she didn't even know she was on a ship until recently.
    "Do you know who is in charge of your interrogation?"
    Again the words black and mask appear again and again, along with the usual pain, fear, guns, loss, etc.
    "Do you like long walks along the beach in the moonlight?"
    This one was actually an accident. The vox function on the data slate decided that moment to kick in, and the auto translator picked up the last thing you had said, which was, to your embarassment, part of a vid sent to the 'The sanctioned selection board of potential Inquisitorial marriage applicants'
    Oh emperor, she giggled!
    A xeno giggled at us!
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:01 No.7356004
    Agreed. Also, in order to place the creature at ease, it may be expedient to refer t the creature by its name. "What are you called?"
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:02 No.7356035
    Wow, this great.
    I really wish I could Cain involved in this, I just don't know if I can pull off the appropriate levels of snark
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:03 No.7356036
    Scowl, tap the dataslate, and resume questioning.

    Ask how long she has been a prisoner, what previous interrogators asked, and what world she is from.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:03 No.7356047

    >Do you like long walks along the beach in the moonlight


    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:04 No.7356057
    >(hey don't blame me, you guys came up with the questions)
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:05 No.7356079

    Yeah ask her name, then - where was she last, before she was here?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:08 No.7356102
    I am so happy right now you do not even know. I am the one who posted those questions.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:08 No.7356112
    >mask, black

    Stormtroopers perhaps? I feel a bit of apprehension at the thought that she may actually be the prisoner of an inquisitor I have yet to meet.

    >A xeno giggled at us!

    Excellent! We may have the beginnings of trust, which we could use to our advantage. Grin and continue with the questioning. "What function did you serve before you were taken?"
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:10 No.7356139

    Go and chastise the Blark Ship's Warden for dereliction of duty- Tau have no psykers, and thus do not belong on a Black Ship.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:12 No.7356159
    THAT sounds potentially lethal.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:13 No.7356170
    ask what her function is, what does she do
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:16 No.7356206
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:16 No.7356207
    Suicidal is more like. God, this thread makes me want to play Dark Heresy! So, what manner of acolyte are we?
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:18 No.7356233
    You scowl and tap the dataslate. Of all the times for this worthless piece of junk to work, why did it choose then?
    Well, whatever caused the vox function to work has shut it off just as quickly as near as you can tell. (We really need to see a tech priest one of these days. Assuming we live through the matter at hand, of course.)
    Back to serious questioning.
    Firstly: how did she get on this ship?
    She indicates that she was not aware that she was on a ship until well after it had entered the warp.
    Secondly: where was she before?
    The last time she remembers knowing where she was was in a minor sept called 'KISM'YN' Apparently her, well, what passes for a husband for a vile xeno, was peddle of heretical goods to human border worlds.
    She indicates that her last memory was with him.
    Anything more complicated than that becomes confused and garbled.
    Well, it looks like, for better or worse, your stuck with the xeno for a while. Might as well learn her name. It'd probably get tired of being called 'abomination' real quick anyway.
    "What are you called?"
    "Por'o Fai'recht"
    Saying her name will by like coughing up a lung.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:19 No.7356239
    Technically, we are what an acolyte who has 'won' dark heresy, and leveled up beyond the final rank might be.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:19 No.7356252
    So, did you write that, or is it copied from somewhere? Because if /you/ wrote it, there is potential for you and OP to do this quest together, if OP doesn't think he can do Cain justice. Because that was brilliant.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:20 No.7356256
    The squirrels are preventing me from voting this thread up.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:21 No.7356280
    Very, very technically, I guess. No acolyte I know of with that much experience would be caught dead with this few supplies and no minions/trusted fellow servants of the Inquisition. Paranoia should be far more ingrained than this long before hitting the end of the class progression.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:22 No.7356285
    ? Elaborate.

    We will give her a new name. One that is faster, smarter, stronger than her last. Henceforth, her name shall be... CAREN!
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:27 No.7356353
    Well, that's it for tonight.
    Sorry for leading you on like this, I promise things'll pick up in the next thread.
    If the author of >>7355921
    wants to continue, please, please do so!
    I could never hope to write Cain that good!
    If seven pm isn't good for you guys, what time is?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:30 No.7356384
    *sigh* I suppose we /could/ change it to "Karen", but that is so much more plebeian than the grace that is Caren.

    And 7 PM works for me. EST, right?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:30 No.7356392

    Hmmm. Well. Are we near that system or sept or whatever these xenos call them?
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:31 No.7356400
    >Apparently her, well, what passes for a husband for a vile xeno, was peddle of heretical goods to human border worlds.

    Aha! Someone could be using it to gain leverage over such a purveyor of blasphemous instruments to obtain powerful items, the possession of which is without a doubt heretical! I must determine if this creature was captured by inquisitorial agents. Any inquisitorial agent, or inquisitor (!), who would seek such things is profoundly dangerous, and must be uncovered immediately. We must find a way to store and communicate the information that is being uncovered. Is there an astropath aboard that we can contact discretely?
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:32 No.7356408
    Oh, right, I forgot my email.
    >> NewOP 12/31/09(Thu)01:36 No.7356465
    Everything is being transcribed to the dataslate.
    Though seeing all the experiences the average acolytes dataslate goes through, (getting eaten by a lictor, being thrown in a frozen river, raped by necrons etc) that may not count for much.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:36 No.7356474
    Hell no. "Subject Alpha" is more befitting a captive.
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)01:40 No.7356515
    Somewhere a techpriest is crying
    >> Anonymous 12/31/09(Thu)02:20 No.7357037
    Obviously, she's some sort of heretic or xenos scum.
    I continue walking along, saving the memory for later fapping.
    >> OP !U6tQlVmras 12/31/09(Thu)05:19 No.7358943
    First OP here, glad to see it continued.

    Sorry if I was not so good at running a quest

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