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    146 KB Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:11 No.7648044  
    You awake on a rocky steppe. You have become transformed into a female frost giant. You have no magical powers beyond those of a baseline frost giant. You were originally a normal human male from modern-day earth surfing 4chan.

    What happens next?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:13 No.7648071
    shove a horse up my vagina then go to sleep
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:14 No.7648073
    find a small village to terrorize with my giant vagina.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:14 No.7648076
    Obviously since I have no frame of reference I will immediately assume that I have become the little girl.

    So I will probably dance and sing with joy at all my dreams coming true.

    Which, since Frost Giants live in Jotunheim, will cause an avalanche.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:14 No.7648078
    I frustrated at these fucking hypothetical threads.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:15 No.7648088
    I eat a nigger.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:15 No.7648095
    Is the vagina of a frost giant cold?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:15 No.7648096
    Shove a tiny village up my vagina and terrorize a horse.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:16 No.7648103
    Get frustrated at hypothetical threads with my giant horse-filled vagina.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:16 No.7648109
    I mourn for /tg/ that its another fucking quest thread.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:17 No.7648117
    Scratch what I said before: I now get a heated dildo.

    Then I go terrorize a halfling village with my giant vagina.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:18 No.7648122
    Query: how do I know that I have become a giant?
    Why wouldn't I just assume that I have become a normal girl until I arrive somewhere where normal-sized people are?
    And why wouldn't I assume that the normal-sized people are in fact halflings or gnomes or Keebler Elves or such?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:18 No.7648131
    >You were originally a normal human male

    I was? B-but I didn't feel male...
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:19 No.7648142

    Feel between your legs instead of in your heart next time, trap.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:21 No.7648166

    I figure you'd realize it once you find you stand as tall as a tree.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:23 No.7648184
    I am on a rocky steppe.
    The first order of business is to find food and water.
    The next order of business is to try to contact other people.
    Finding shelter is something I will have to resort to if I can't find people; there was no mention of inclement weather, but rocky steppes are infamous for fast changing weather patterns.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:24 No.7648203

    Trees don't grow very tall on rocky steppes.
    Most places that I've been that could be called "rocky steppes," the largest trees have been just a little over head height.
    >> Kai 01/18/10(Mon)09:25 No.7648212
    First thing first is a quick inventory of my resources.
    Do I have clothing? What about weapons? Food? Water?
    Next is a quick check of my surroundings. Is there nearby civilization? Is there woodland nearby? Any obvious threats?
    Depending on the answers, my next actions could vary wildly. Short time my goals would focus on establishing shelter and food source. I'm going to be pretty happy to be a giant, and probably not that put out to be a woman. I'd be more upset if I'm no longer on modern earth and have to start the industrial revolution by hand. Though, that could be lot of fun.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:28 No.7648241
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    taller than a tree?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:29 No.7648254
    you'd probably be able to tell just from your size relative to the rocks. The boulder to pebble ratio won't be any different just because you're huge.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:30 No.7648258
    >hand-starting the industrial revolution
    >could be fun

    >textile mills could be fun

    Your definition of fun is radically different from the average human being's.
    That's, like, Dwarf Fortress to the tenth level, with all the flaws and none of the entertainment value.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:30 No.7648259
    Stop being logical, this is 4chan.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:32 No.7648280
    The same thing I'd do if I was transformed into any kind of female humanoid.

    Find vagina, touch vagina, never stop touching vagina, die of thirst.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:33 No.7648300
    fight white dragons
    Frost giants are their natural enemies you know
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:34 No.7648309
    You mean mate with.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:35 No.7648317

    Dance. Then go adventuring.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:36 No.7648331
    Make a skirt of shields. Because that pic is AWESOME!
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:42 No.7648392
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    Find a town.
    Find it's tavern.
    Drink heavily.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:42 No.7648400

    Check to see if I am adequately clothed. Then observe my surroundings.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:46 No.7648437
    Why is /tg/ so obsessed with unbirth?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:47 No.7648443

    ...what the fuck is "unbirth"?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:49 No.7648462
    Acquire shoulder-imp to read maps.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:50 No.7648474
    The answer is:
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:50 No.7648476
    The baby (or anyone really) goes back in the vagina.

    And stays there.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:51 No.7648480
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    Move to the far North, as close to the North Pole as possible, where is built foul Angband, the cold stronghold fastness of Melkor the Elder King, Lord of all Arda, Who Was Before the World and Made It. If the Siege of Angband is still in effect, make a pact with it's lords and pass to Morgoth's realm, if the Siege has been destroyed then simply move on to Angband proper and lay waste to it's defenses. Depose the Elder King and seize his Iron Crown, proclaiming myself the one true God of Middle Earth. Scatter the Orcs, I have no use for such, but hold fast to the Thrall Noldor whom Morgoth enslaved to his might, as their obedience will prove most useful. Set them again to work in the forges and foundries of Angband, working the Hells of Iron to make all such items as I should find desireable or needful. Once a year, set forth from cold Angband to the rest of the lands of Middle-Earth, bearing my elf-forged weapons, armors and other items to give as gifts to those who show themselves to be good and loyal subjects to the Iron Throne.

    Pic related.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:53 No.7648496
    You win
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:53 No.7648497
    ...Enhanced my INT stat
    Become Wizard...
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:54 No.7648505
    I would go on a killing spree

    and then drink a lot
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)09:56 No.7648524

    ...good job.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)10:06 No.7648640

    Well played Anon. well played
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)10:07 No.7648658
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    Check my inventory for a guitar.

    If I do not have a guitar, fashion one out of whatever material comes to hand.
    >> northern /k/ommando 01/18/10(Mon)10:08 No.7648672
    i forge the largest suit of armour EVER.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)10:09 No.7648685
    fuck tons of mortal men and give birth to more half-giants than any other source in the history of the world, cementing my place in local folklore if not history
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)10:13 No.7648734
    ...oh fuck, that is an awesome image.
    >> Kai 01/18/10(Mon)10:39 No.7648989
    Textile Mills would be all kinds of fun if I was the person that owned the mills. I'd be a fucking giant, no way I could sew anything human sized with any level of detail and efficiency.
    But I was thinking more of the power of steam and electricity. Railways, Telegram, blast furnace steel, moving up to powered flight. Once you get the ball rolling, technology will start advancing on it's own.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)10:54 No.7649198

    Is that guy having a guitar battle with a giant chick?

    ...And winning?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)12:49 No.7650590
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    Oh, my! How tall am I? I've never liked being tall, but becoming a woman is a huge improvement for me.

    Perhaps I should just embrace my increased height. Now more than ever before I can defend those who have no one left to turn to.

    I don the skirt made from shields and be all the giantess I can be. Is that a small farming community under attack by cowardly bandits I see? I shout to make my presence known.

    "Stop right there, criminal scum!"

    Welcome to Macross. Where mankind is saved, yet again, by an awful popsong.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:04 No.7650722
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    You're doing it wrong. /tg/ wants to be a tiny elf girl, not a frost giant woman.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:05 No.7650730
    I think you mean halfling.

    At any rate, definitely not an elf.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:07 No.7650749
    I would have a sad to be deprived of a penis.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:10 No.7650772
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    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:11 No.7650787

    I don't know but I've been told,
    Frost giant pussy is mighty cold!

    >>7650590 Oh, my! How tall am I?

    d20SRD defines Frost Giants as "large" creatures, with "large" being 8-16 feet in height or length. In specific, the average male frost giant is defined as 15 feet tall with females "slightly" shorter. So around 14 feet tall, I guess.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:11 No.7650789
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    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:31 No.7650972
    Tall enough to be a defender of mankind.

    ...or elfkind.

    ...or dwarfkind.

    ...or halflingkind.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)13:32 No.7650984
    Tell me this has a source.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)14:00 No.7651271
    rolled 1, 4, 3 = 8

    You awake on a rocky steppe. You have become transformed into a female frost giant. You have no magical powers beyond those of a baseline frost giant. You were originally a normal human male from modern-day earth surfing 4chan.

    Patchwork Armor Skirt
    Patchwork Armor Shinguards
    Patchwork Armor Armguards
    Canvas Bra
    Giant Steel Battleaxe
    Giant Steel Shortsword
    Ogre Leg (snack)
    Water Cask (1/3 full)
    Misc. Small (to you) Items

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)14:14 No.7651402
    Pick a random direction and start walking.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)14:18 No.7651441
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)14:21 No.7651465
    rolled 3, 2, 5 = 10

    You begin walking downhill. You see nothing but rocks and small shrubs, with not even a single animal in between. You take one last glance over your shoulder before stepping across a small stream, and see the same blasted landscape extending in all directions. Wherever you are, you're far, far away from anything you've ever known.

    There are fog-shrouded mountains at the edge of the horizon to your left. It is early morning, but the chilled air does not bother you. You are standing just past a stream flowing to your right. There is no sign of civilization that you can see.

    >> Eponymous Rex !!taqDd9490Ip 01/18/10(Mon)14:32 No.7651603
    Pick up a large rock and throw it as as I can.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)14:33 No.7651612
    follow the flow of the stream - that almost-always leads to civilization.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)14:39 No.7651684
    rolled 4, 4, 2 = 10

    You reach down, scooping up a large boulder and handling it deftly. It might as well be a tiny pebble for all that its weight affects you. You heft it back, and lob it as far as you can. As the rolling stone bounces over the hard ground, it smashes through several bushes and a small tree, before finally coming to rest against the face of a hill. You feel satisfied with your strength. Perhaps you could seige a town by yourself, if you had enough rocks.

    You reason that the stream should lead, sooner or later, to whatever primitive hives of scum and villany pass for civilization in this world. Covering ground easily with your large stride, you set off, following the stream.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)14:58 No.7651887
    Timeskip, I guess. Nothing much to do here.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)15:08 No.7652008
    rolled 6, 4, 6 = 16

    Several days pass. Your cask, refilled many times from the stream, is full again, with clear, cool, untainted water. The meager food stores you had are long gone, and the only thing you've had to eat since the first night was a beaver you slayed with a small stone. You're quite hungry, but you press on, driven by the hope of finding even the slightest bit of companionship.

    It is dusk. You see a tiny light far in the distance, up a story or two off the ground. It's most likely a watchtower. At the very edge of your vision, you see the sort of trees that occupy northern forests. You're almost clear of the steppes.

    Inventory Change:
    Ogre Leg eaten.
    Water Cask filled to 3/3.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)15:17 No.7652106
    HUNT HUNT anyting
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)15:20 No.7652133
    rolled 6, 2, 2 = 10

    Unfortunately, there is nothing to hunt here, though you would probably have better luck inside the forest ahead of you.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)15:32 No.7652269
    Go towards the forest, but don't lose sight of the light.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)15:38 No.7652335
    rolled 2, 5, 2 = 9

    Excited at the prospect of finding something to eat after your long trek, you make for the forest, keeping your eyes on the light in front of you. As you inch closer, you begin to make out the detail of the structure holding the flickering point. Close-fitting, worked stone. An inscription in a language you can't recognize at this distance. Arrow slits. It is most definitely a watchtower, though you have no way of knowing who's in it, and whether or not they'll shoot you on sight.

    >Continue Moving/Action?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)15:40 No.7652350
    See about getting back to being normal... ish...

    Someone clearly makes cursed armor. I need a cursed ring of sex change and then something to shrink me down to a manageable size. I can deal with being made of cold.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)15:41 No.7652354
    Continue moving, while trying to be as stealthy as a giantess can be.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)15:51 No.7652439
    rolled 1, 6, 1 = 8

    You make a mental note to see about obtaining some wizardly assistance. Not that being a Frost Giantess is all that bad and all, but you preferred being, well, normal.

    You stoop to the ground, trying to get as much of your body as possible below the level of the light. You continue on, stepping lightly, grateful that your present form, though weighing over a ton, can be quiet when it needs to be. On the path you've chosen, you'll pass less than fifty feet from the tower, so the likelihood you'll be detected is somewhat high. As the distance decreases steadily, you make out some of the words set into the curved wall of the tower. Somehow, you can read them.

    "Border ... Lord and ... allowed"

    Suddenly, the light flares, and you are bathed in a bright orange glow.

    Roll 1d20. High is good.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)15:55 No.7652476
    rolled 13 = 13

    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)16:02 No.7652553
    rolled 4, 4, 1 = 9

    Not bad.

    A long arrow streaks out of one of the tower's slits, striking one of the small shields covering your flank. Thankfully, it doesn't penetrate. You hear a booming voice from the top of the tower, though you can't see its owner.


    There are enough boulders around to do some serious damage to the tower, though you doubt you can fell it if it's magically strengthened. You'll probably be hit more than once if you attempt to attack, but unless the aim of their archers is exceptional, you shouldn't be seriously injured.

    Several more lights flare up around you. There is a perimeter of towers, and if you expect to continue to the forest, you'll either have to go past them or around them. You're too hungry to give much thought to going back the way you came.

    >> northern /k/ommando 01/18/10(Mon)16:05 No.7652588
    ....dude. AWESOME.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:10 No.7652652
    rolled 15 = 15

    Continue towards the forest, but stay out of the towers' sight.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:11 No.7652674
    Uh, ignore that roll.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:14 No.7652712
    Unfold skirt of shields, hide behind it and rush into the tower. "Into" being machine code for break it down with your body mass.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)16:19 No.7652770
    rolled 1, 4, 2 = 7

    You look back towards the forest, and try to take a path that will hide you from the tower's light. Unfortunately, that leaves the problem of escaping the tower that currently has you in its sight. Five more arrows are fired at you.


    Three whiz right by you, one strikes another skirt shield, and one grazes your knee. A thin trickle of bluish blood is running down your leg, but you barely feel it.


    You quickly unbuckle your shield skirt and duck, holding it up in front of you as you rush the tower. What you imagine is a great rain of steel points falls upon you, breaking against the looted shields as you bound over the earth. A great shout, accompanied by dozens of muffled curses, greets you as you slam the full weight of your fourteen-foot bulk into the stone structure. The tower creaks and tips, but does not topple. It leans, but will not fall, for its foundation runs deep. The guards and archers are tumbling out of the single door, running for it.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:26 No.7652841
    Well if they're running for it better just get moving again. Muttering something like "sorry" while walking away.
    >> Ursus Rex 01/18/10(Mon)16:27 No.7652855
    >Awful pop song
    >Macross 7, Basara

    Dude. Dude. DUDE. Dude.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:28 No.7652868
    well, the bull-rush intimidation thing didn't seem to do much in getting them to stop, and even as a giant, we're still just one against many... best to move on and seek (hopefully) less hostile surroundings.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:29 No.7652876
    Are we wearing anything beneath that skirt?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:31 No.7652898
    Hey, my idea made them stop shooting and start running! What was YOUR idea genius?!

    Also number of human casualties: Seemingly 0
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:31 No.7652906
    Put that skirt back on, pronto.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)16:34 No.7652953
    rolled 1, 1, 4 = 6

    With the threat eliminated for now, you decide that it's best to continue on, get some food, and then figure out what to do next. That little maneuver you pulled put you out of breath, but you feel like you could have done that all day when you weren't starving. As the miniscule humans run towards the next tower, you call after them:

    "Sorry about that!"

    Which the head guard answers with:

    "You'll regret this, giant!" while he hobbles along with a twisted leg, supported by one of the archers.


    None of them fire at you as you replace your skirt and set off for the forest again. Many of the arrows that hit your armor have splintered, but they may be of some use anyway. The other towers seem to be out of range, or they'd definitely be shooting. A bell sounds faintly in the distance.

    Inventory Change:
    13 Long Arrows (damaged) gained.

    No. Though even with the tower lit, it's doubtful that anyone got a glimpse, if that's what you're worried about.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:37 No.7652985
    I'd be cold. Brrrrrrrtrrr!
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)16:41 No.7653027
    rolled 2, 5, 3 = 10

    Perhaps. But you're a Frost Giant now, and the cold can do nothing to you.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:44 No.7653064
    That bell, after your little encounter, can't be a good sign. Best to depart quickly. Head in opposite direction from the tower.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:45 No.7653072
    >No. Though even with the tower lit, it's doubtful that anyone got a glimpse, if that's what you're worried about.
    Well, that's a relief.

    Continue looking for food.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:50 No.7653131
    Figure out that the bell is most likely a goddamn alarm and get out of sight.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)16:52 No.7653155
    rolled 5, 4, 3 = 12

    You move as fast as possible, hoping the forest will hide you long enough to serve your needs before you get skewered by pikemen. The bell continues to sound as you get farther and farther away, calling whatever armed forces this kingdom has to its defense. You aren't sure whether they'll send everything after you or leave a guard to search for others of your kind slipping through the hole you just made, but either way, the next few days are going to be a bit troublesome.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:54 No.7653170
    If there is no village near the tower, you should find food and other supplies in the ruins of the tower.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:55 No.7653180

    I experiment with my powers if I can't tell what they are just by existing.

    Otherwise, timeskip.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:56 No.7653197
    Better get the fuck away from it since people will be fucking looking for us around there right now. Just getting away, seeing if there's some food or a village. whatever really.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:57 No.7653217
    do both. spend the time testing our frost giant abilities - surely we've got more at hand than just being large and cold-immune.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:58 No.7653224
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    This hasn't devolved into a GIANT GIRLFRIEND imagedump?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)16:59 No.7653236
    being hungry?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:00 No.7653266
    Is that (Su) or (Ex)?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:01 No.7653288
    rolled 5, 1, 4 = 10

    There is no village yet in sight; you reason that it's behind the forest, or even further beyond. Going back to the tower, now that the alarm has been sounding for several minutes, would likely be a bad idea.

    As far as you can tell, you have no powers, beyond the normal Frost Giant fare of cold immunity, night vision, and fine accuracy with large rocks. You feel like you would have an affinity for war magic if you were a caster, though.

    >Timeskip in progress.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:02 No.7653299
    freeform roleplay, you dndfag
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:04 No.7653327
    Aaah, it's (Bs) then.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:08 No.7653380
    Oh, God. More.
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    >Implying I'm going to post more
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:10 No.7653412
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    You just did.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:11 No.7653428
    >implying that implications mean that the implied statement is a lie
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    Nice try, troll.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:12 No.7653439
    >green text
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:12 No.7653444
    rolled 1, 4, 1 = 6

    You reach the forest without further incident, and find it, to your great pleasure, to be enormous, filled with thickly-growing, tall (to you) trees, and well-populated by beasts small and large. You have the good luck to capture a medium-sized bear shortly after reaching cover, and you consume it hungrily. The bell's sound cannot reach you here, but the men it has summoned will no doubt have heard of your intended direction from the soldiers of the leaning tower, and tear apart the forest looking for you. They may even set it on fire, if their commander is sufficiently ruthless and the forest is not essential to the lives of whatever villages and towns lie around.

    You spend the better part of a day stomping through the trees, occasionally partaking of the abundance of wildlife that roam the woods. You're quite well fed now, possessing a few provisions and a skull you thought was menacing enough to use as an ornament of some kind.

    Inventory Change:
    Water Cask reduced to 2/3.
    2 Small Deer, Bear Skull added.

    The light is fading now, and you can see the trees thinning out in front of you. The opposite edge of the forest is within reach, and there are dozens of lights shining past the trunks ahead.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:14 No.7653466
    Often, not always.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:16 No.7653502
    rolled 4, 1, 6 = 11

    The forest does extend quite a ways to the left and right, and the presence of stumps tells you that it has been cleared in this area to provide space and wood for what you assume to be a town up ahead.

    You may be a Frost Giantess, but you have the mind of a modern-day male, and all that implies.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:20 No.7653569
    Carefully investigate the lights from a distance. If they move they're probably a group of soldiers looking for you, if not, then perhaps a village.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:20 No.7653575
    Fortunately and thankfully, survival seems to have greater priorityy than immature ideas of sexual exploration.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:21 No.7653580
    Wait, so how the fuck big are we?
    Because it looks stupid trying to destroy stone tower being about 14 feet tall.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:24 No.7653618
    I'd guess around 36-42 feet.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:26 No.7653662
    rolled 5, 2, 2 = 9

    You move a bit closer and sit down carefully, observing the lights. They flicker, but do not move.

    The watchtower was about three stories tall, or around 30 feet, taking the pointed roof into acount. If it had not had an extensive foundation and reinforced walls, you could have tipped it all the way over, as Frost Giants are quite strong and you tackled the middle, not the base.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:31 No.7653745
    Grab nearest tree. Insert into vagina.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:34 No.7653808
    Get closer.

    Awwww, hell no!
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:35 No.7653834
    Find the biggest male white dragon I can. Walk into his lair unarmed and unclothed. Fuck him senseless.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:37 No.7653861

    please ignore these idiots and all similar suggestions.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:39 No.7653891
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    >Implying that this isn't some kind of fetish thread
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:39 No.7653893
    rolled 4, 3, 5 = 12

    You don't particularly feel like getting internal splinters.

    You edge closer, until you're just behind the last row of trees. The unmoving lights have grown larger in your vision, illuminating a fair amount of windows as the setting sun casts a reddish glow on the small structures in front of you. The dwellings aren't much to look at, mostly thatched huts with a stone building thrown in here and there. There is a field off to the left of the tiny village, recently plowed. You don't see or hear any activity, though there must obviously be someone there to light the candles and lamps.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:45 No.7654004
    Next order of business. Determine how fucking tall I am. This has been bothering me.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:49 No.7654082
    rolled 6, 1, 6 = 13

    About fourteen feet, slightly shorter than the average male Frost Giant.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:51 No.7654110
    So about half the size of that tower. Fair enough.

    Alright, I get the fuck out of this forest, pronto. Find myself a nice cave, make it my lair.
    >> General Malcolm Granger !tdu/XtyVrs 01/18/10(Mon)17:56 No.7654178
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    5 meters tall lol
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)17:56 No.7654179
    rolled 1, 4, 2 = 7

    Which direction would you like to go?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)17:58 No.7654204
    North... we can stand the cold, and any who might pursue use likely cannot.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)18:00 No.7654241
    rolled 5, 1, 4 = 10

    That will take you right back the way you came, into the Steppes. Confirm?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:09 No.7654333
    No. Too risky.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)18:13 No.7654396
    rolled 2, 5, 4 = 11

    In that case, the best chance of finding a cave would be in the East, toward the mountains, where the forest becomes broken by hills. That would be a leftward move, away from the town you've been observing, but toward the most likely locations for quarries and mines. Judging from the sparse nature of civilization here, though, you should find a cave long before encountering miners or masons.

    Sound good?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:21 No.7654427
    Acceptable. Proceed.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:23 No.7654441
    I look for an elf woman and have lesbian sex.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)18:44 No.7654495
    rolled 3, 1, 1 = 5

    You retreat back into the deep of the forest, following the path that you hope will lead you to a gap in the rock you can call home. At the very least, this will give you a place to hide, and a choke point with which to funnel soldiers into the blade of your battleaxe. Whatever the case, it'll be nearer to food than the blasted northland. After one last drink from the stream you followed, you're gone.

    Inventory Changed:
    Water Cask 3/3.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:48 No.7654532
    Is there anyone in this thread who keeps their brains in their skull and not their pelvis? Jesus, guys, show some restraint.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:50 No.7654558
    I would like to compliment the creator of this thread on his patience.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:50 No.7654559
    Timeskip. What else is there to do?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:51 No.7654573
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    What are you, some kind of faggot?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:52 No.7654585
    # really great job there DM
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)18:57 No.7654673
    rolled 6, 6, 6 = 18

    That depends on what you want to do.

    Two days pass. You have no trouble traversing the forest, but you keep your eyes open for kingdom scouts and magical effects. So far, you think you've remained safe from detection, but it could just be the humans have trouble keeping up with you. It has been getting gradually warmer, which, if the seasons are as you think they are, will mean your cold immunity won't be much of an advantage anymore.

    Inventory Change:
    2 Small Deer eaten.
    1 Large Elk added.

    You find a cave at last. It's rather small for your purposes, having an entrance short enough to force you to crawl, but widening into a sizeable cavern just large enough to sleep in. The mouth is jagged, with small cracks throughout a long overhang, making it possible for you to collapse the entrance with a few well-placed kicks, if you were so inclined.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)18:59 No.7654695
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    Just ONE schlick furiously?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:05 No.7654778
    Having once been a fa/tg/uy, but now being in the body of a giant woman, you decide that this isn't the worst thing to do. You strip down and schlick to your heart's content, the earth quaking beneath you.

    But then, you notice somebody peering at you from the mouth of the cave.

    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:10 No.7654852
    rolled 6, 3, 5 = 14

    You forgot your stealth roll, impostor.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM !!y2CzS6xwkbi 01/18/10(Mon)19:11 No.7654862
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:11 No.7654873
    Find a way to keep myself relatively safe during the night. Make a trap or fence from uprooted trees (hooray for giant strength), maybe?

    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:20 No.7655013
    rolled 1, 5, 4 = 10

    Building a fence would almost certainly attract the wrong kind of attention, unless you don't want to hide at all. Pit traps are quite easy for a being of your size to construct and conceal, however.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:21 No.7655028
    Pit trap it is then!
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:28 No.7655136
    rolled 3, 2, 4 = 9

    Pit traps it is. With your mighty battleaxe, you fell a nearby tree, shape it into a crude scoop, and begin excavating the earth around the cave mouth. In short order, you make enough traps to swallow a fair-sized group of humans, fill the bottoms with short, splintered spikes, and cover the tops with a layer of dirt, leaves, and small rocks sitting atop a mesh of small branches. This takes many hours, but now that you have plenty of food, it is difficult for you to tire.

    Now that you're set up here, you can rest awhile while you figure out what else to do with your time. Without a wizard or magic of some kind, you're stuck in this body, and stuck in this world, with naught to do but live out the next two centuries or so without being drawn and quartered or fireball'd.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:31 No.7655176
    Okay, make the pit trap passable but not so much an adventuring party can't pass it.

    Why? We want adventurers.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:33 No.7655229
    Search for something to make a white flag out of, so we can get past this piece of nastiness and I can hopefully become a townsperson. Maybe even start up the Industrial Revolution, if I can't get sent home.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:35 No.7655246
    Did we search the cave?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:40 No.7655322
    rolled 5, 3, 3 = 11

    You shape the pit traps slightly to make it easier for a small party to pass through. If, by some magical chance, a group of adventures happens to find your cave, and you, some of them might manage to get past the traps.

    The only thing on your person which could be used to make a flag is your Canvas Bra, though surrendering to the kingdom humans is not a wise idea at this point, since you invaded their land, pushed over one of their watchtowers, and injured at least one of their guards. Giving yourself up would most likely result in you either being enslaved, imprisoned, or killed outright.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:41 No.7655344
    rolled 5, 2, 6 = 13

    Thoroughly. There is nothing in it but rock, at least as far as you know. Magical concealment is beyond your senses.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:46 No.7655440
    Why does that statement worry me?

    Whatever, what's it take to get some adventurer's around here.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:52 No.7655533
    We need a crossover with Theodore the Hill Giant from that other quest.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)19:54 No.7655566
    What's around the cave?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)19:59 No.7655621
    rolled 6, 6, 2 = 14

    Adventurers generally travel with a purpose, to follow some great plot in which they are heroes or anti-heroes doing battle with forces beyond their own power. You, a single Frost Giant who knocked over a watchtower a few days ago and are trespassing, are no evil overlord, and, depending on how quickly word travels, are probably unknown to most adventurers in the kingdom. It's possible you could meet a party in a chance encounter, but that would be an amazing coincidence (natural 20).

    As is stands, you have a defensible cave to sleep in, rather than the open ground. This would be more of a benefit if weather bothered you in the slightest, but you are grateful for it nonetheless.

    Your pit traps, a great many trees, hills ramping up into distant mountains, boulders, and animals of various kinds. You haven't explored further East since finding the cave.

    It is getting dark.


    Roll 1d20 for adventurer encounter.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:02 No.7655679
    Let's see if I'm doin' it right.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:02 No.7655691
    rolled 2, 4, 2 = 8

    Email field: dice+1d20
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:05 No.7655749
    rolled 1 = 1

    >> Reaction Face 01/18/10(Mon)20:06 No.7655755
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    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:07 No.7655789
    rolled 3, 4, 1 = 8

    You are suddenly struck by the feeling that no matter how long you seek them, you will never find any adventurers. It's just a feeling, though.
    >> General Malcolm Granger !tdu/XtyVrs 01/18/10(Mon)20:10 No.7655848
    rolled 18 = 18

    we should get bigger then!
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:14 No.7655928
    I realize that I seem to be barefoot. Do I feel any discomfort for this? Do I need to perform an epic quest for shoes?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:15 No.7655946
    rolled 1, 5, 5 = 11

    You attempt to grow, but nothing happens. Apparently you've reached your natural maximum size already. If you want to get bigger, you'll need a wizard or a potion.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:17 No.7655983
    Make flag out of canvas bra, and then proceed to town. I'm sure I can convince them this was all just a big misunderstanding. I don't want to go to war with them for no good reason. I just wanna live my life without having to worry about getting chased down by soldiers or where my next meal is coming from. I'm sure I'll be able to make a decent amount of money out of physical labor, and I might be able to build a sawmill once I get some capital to invest in it.
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:18 No.7655996
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:19 No.7656003
    rolled 3, 4, 5 = 12

    You are very thick-skinned, like most of your race. Nothing you can step on, short of a blade or metal spike, will damage your feet, and the presence of footwear would hamper your ability to move quickly and quietly outdoors.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:23 No.7656062
    rolled 1, 5, 1 = 7

    You remove your chest covering and tie it to an uprooted, branchless tree. The dirt and dust of your travels has long since turned it a light brown, but it should suffice as a peace standard.

    Inventory Changed:
    Canvas Bra removed.
    Peace Flag added.

    Consensus requested.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:23 No.7656071

    Are we going into town with our tits out as a sign of friendship?

    >> duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/18/10(Mon)20:29 No.7656164
    I second >>7655996
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:30 No.7656173
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:30 No.7656180
    One arm over breasts for modesty?
    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)20:30 No.7656181
    >> Duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/18/10(Mon)20:30 No.7656183
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:32 No.7656212

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:32 No.7656214
    >Consensus requested.
    No. It would be a pretty idiotic move.
    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)20:33 No.7656230
    Well at least you're being honest about it.
    >> Duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/18/10(Mon)20:34 No.7656242
    oh, come on

    realistically, if you, yourself had traveled to some unknown and obviously less developed time period as a giant, you wouldn't cause even a bit of havoc?

    Not even a little bit?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:36 No.7656272
    rolled 3, 1, 4 = 8

    You abandon your trap-protected cave and head back West, flying your canvas flag. After all, it might be better to take your chances with the humans right now, before the entire kingdom is united against a Frost Giant invasion force that doesn't exist, or something like that. Hopefully they will accept your surrender, and let you set the tower upright again. Of course, they could always chase you out, but you've already eaten your fill, so you should be fine for a few days after leaving the forest.

    On the other hand, you could paint the flag with human blood as your battle standard, and massacre the town as retribution for wounding your knee and damaging your shield skirt. You're a Frost Giant now, far from Earth, towering over anyone who would stand against you. Playing by any rules but your own would be an insult to your race.

    You'll decide what to do when you get there.

    >Next post skips to town.

    Choose your next course of action.
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:37 No.7656292
    >On the other hand, you could paint the flag with human blood as your battle standard, and massacre the town as retribution for wounding your knee and damaging your shield skirt. You're a Frost Giant now, far from Earth, towering over anyone who would stand against you. Playing by any rules but your own would be an insult to your race.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:37 No.7656303
    Give peace a chance!
    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)20:38 No.7656320
    >> Duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/18/10(Mon)20:38 No.7656321


    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:39 No.7656343
    What race? I'm a human! I've just been cursed into being a frost giant!
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:40 No.7656349
    I'd really like to make peace...I don't want to die.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:40 No.7656353

    Only if I was certain I could get away with it.


    ...for now.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:41 No.7656386
    Peace, we'd just get slaughtered.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:42 No.7656406
    >> General Malcolm Granger !tdu/XtyVrs 01/18/10(Mon)20:43 No.7656422
    we are only little more than twice the size of a human, if we want to go in a rampage godzilla style we need to be godzilla size, to be godzilla size we need to survive first
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:45 No.7656450
    Initiate Operation: Boobs of Peace!
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:47 No.7656513
    rolled 5, 4, 6 = 15

    Peace wins.

    You reach the town at just past dawn, waving your bra-flag as you step out of the forest. A single peasant out of a dozen or so looks in your direction, exclaims something you can't quite understand, and runs in the opposite direction. The other humans look up at you, and, with certain varied reactions, all run. It looks like you scared them all off, regardless of your intentions. None of them were armed with anything more warlike than farm equipment.

    The peasants are sounding the alarm and hurrying to get their families out of the general area before you (as they assume) pillage and burn everything, using their internals to paint your flag.

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:49 No.7656538
    Put my bra back on, and get out of here.
    >> Ursus Rex 01/18/10(Mon)20:51 No.7656577
    I like this quest.

    Plant the flag in the ground, cast aside weapons (but keep them close enough to defend yourself) and sit down peacefully. Don't move any closer to the town.
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:51 No.7656581
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:52 No.7656588
    Stand in front of town gates waving flag and shouting that you want to parlay until someone important-looking appears.
    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)20:52 No.7656590
    Sit down, put bra back on, show them that we're not going to hurt them. This worked when we played a rock troll, it can work here.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:52 No.7656605
    attempt to take one prisoner
    to learn its language
    >> General Malcolm Granger !tdu/XtyVrs 01/18/10(Mon)20:53 No.7656613
    this two
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:55 No.7656650
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:56 No.7656670
    rolled 5, 1, 6 = 12

    You tear off enough of the flag to retain a bit of modesty and cover yourself, pounding the 'flagpole' into the ground with your great strength and taking a seat afterward. You remove your battleaxe and shortsword, placing them beside you, where they are within reach but less threatening. You wait, while the peasants skitter about, pulling their meager belongings onto their backs and evacuating, while one of their number, obviously scared shitless, rings a bell furiously.

    Roll 1d20. High is good.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:57 No.7656687
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:57 No.7656693
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:58 No.7656698

    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:58 No.7656704
    >> General Malcolm Granger !tdu/XtyVrs 01/18/10(Mon)20:58 No.7656713
    rolled 19 = 19

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:59 No.7656715
    Newfags can't roll
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)20:59 No.7656716
    rolled 2, 3, 6 = 11

    Email field: dice+1d20
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:59 No.7656717
    rolled 8 = 8

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)20:59 No.7656720
    I come in peace! I'm looking for a Wizard!
    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)20:59 No.7656728
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:00 No.7656734
    rolled 8 = 8

    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)21:01 No.7656756
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:04 No.7656819
    rolled 4, 5, 1 = 10


    By an amazing stroke of luck, the town elder, a wizened, thick-bearded old man, looks back one last time before lifting his young son onto the cart that would carry him to safety. He sees you, sitting peacefully beside a brownish flag, with your weapons lying on the ground, doing no harm. He is intrigued. Against the cries and pleas of his countrymen, he goes against the tide, toward you. Something is amiss.

    You sit cross-legged, watching the approaching elder with a neutral expression. He is obviously afraid, but he puts his fear behind him, summoning his courage to face a being that could crush him easily. He calls out to you:

    "What business do you have here, giant?"

    >> Blaine the Pain !!o8esZZj+s7E 01/18/10(Mon)21:06 No.7656846
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:06 No.7656858
    rolled 1 = 1

    I seek to invite all of you to a giant dinner and make friends
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:07 No.7656867
    "I come in peace! I'm actually a human from a distant land; I seek a wizard capable of undoing the curse that caused me to assume this form."
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:09 No.7656888
    *lie* I've been outcast by my people and am looking for shelter and food amongst civilization. I am willing to work for my stay.

    On a side note, are we attractive?
    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)21:10 No.7656902
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:10 No.7656906
    This sounds good.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:10 No.7656915
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:11 No.7656921
    rolled 6, 2, 3 = 11

    Your appearance matches that of the Giant in the OP pick. Your hair and eyebrows are light blue, as are your eyes. Your skin is a slightly darker shade of blue.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:14 No.7656965
    I #rd this.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:14 No.7656981

    This, I like the idea of working to start the technological revolutions that lead to modern society.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:16 No.7657013

    once in the town and exhausted their supply of alcohol whilst in your drunken stupor you rape the entiire and i mean the entire town just to fulfill your sexual frustrations or you go find ogres =)
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:16 No.7657018
    rolled 10 = 10

    Are there girls there?
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:21 No.7657090
    rolled 6, 5, 5 = 16

    You reply, softly, as your voice carries well:

    "I am under a curse, and looking for a wizard's assistance. My true form is human, and I come from a far-off land. I have no friends here, and I fear I have already made enemies. I'm willing to work in return for whatever you can provide."

    The elder looks up in great surprise, clearly not expecting such an an articulate answer from a Frost Giant, especially one he had heard to be especially murderous and cruel, mocking the Lord's infantry by apologizing for routing them. After a moment's consideration, he glances over his shoulder, seeing the town mostly empty, though a few men remained to see what would happen. Morbid curiosity, perhaps.

    "You must know, Giant, that I cannot be sure of your true intentions. Were I to allow you into the care of my father's house, it would serve me fairly to be undone by it. My Lord's horsemen have already been summoned, and I lack the ability to revoke that summon. What do you propose to do about this?"

    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:22 No.7657120
    If there are, they're running away at the moment. We'd probably be able to have a decent enough relationship with one; one of our fingers would be about the right size to satisfy her, while her forearm would be about the right size to satisfy us.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:23 No.7657134
    rolled 4, 1, 4 = 9

    Yes. There are quite a bit more females than males, and you expect this is because the Lord of this kingdom takes a certain number of men for his army.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:23 No.7657141
    rolled 1 = 1

    I shall cook for them a nice stew
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:25 No.7657164
    rolled 4, 5, 3 = 12

    How close are we to autosage?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:25 No.7657167
    Retreat and promise to come back the next day?
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:26 No.7657176
    I like this idea.

    Also, this thread needs to be archived.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:26 No.7657177
    Ask the elder if there is anything that I can do to prove my word is true. Also ask him if there is any way to show the horsemen that I am not their enemy? Any local custom or treaty, and right or writ that I can invoke to allow a parlay of sorts?
    >> The Stalwart Guardsmen !U2Wo0AizyY 01/18/10(Mon)21:28 No.7657205
    You realize old one that had my intentions been murder and mayhem I would have and could have easily done so by now. I think my actions for the moment speak of my intentions. As for the horsemen, I don't think a bunch of little men on horses would be a match for a pissed off, possibly on her period, frost giant female such as myself.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:28 No.7657206
    "I will sit here, and tell them the same thing I told you. I will also offer my assistance in rebuilding the tower I knocked down. I'm no stonemason, but in this body, I'm good for untrained labor at the very least."
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:29 No.7657228
    This is a promising idea. If we cant find anything that'd work however go with >>7657167

    >229 posts and 17 image replies omitted
    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)21:29 No.7657229
    "Then I shall stay here for now. I can hunt in the nearby woods for sustenance. Proof that I mean no ill will would come from this, yes? I can stay here for awhile."
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:30 No.7657245
    I agree.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:31 No.7657250
    Retreat and promise to come back with delicious ca- stew.

    Made of non-sentient quadraped, of course.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:33 No.7657289
    Bad idea. In medieval times, poaching was sometimes punished by death. We've been poaching. Do you want to be executed?
    >> Ursus Rex 01/18/10(Mon)21:36 No.7657339
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:37 No.7657345
    This guy speaks true.

    My vote is this.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:38 No.7657359
    rolled 6, 3, 2 = 11

    "If there is anything I might do to prove myself, I'll be glad to try. If not, I'll sit right here, and take my chances with the horsemen. If there's any way to call a truce with them, you should tell me now, because if there IS a battle, I do not intend to lose."

    The elder mulls this over for a minute or two. The watching peasants shift aimlessly, ready to run at a moment's notice. You get the sense that at least one of them just wanted to see the old man get flattened.

    "Giant, there is no way for you or I to stop the Lord's men from waging war. They will not hesitate to assault you, and break you, no matter your words or actions. You are their enemy, until they are informed otherwise, by one of higher status than I. I advise you to retreat hastily, and I promise to do my best to misdirect the horsemen. If you are who you claim to be, you will return, unarmed, in three days. That is all."

    He turns, and marches back, shaking with fright. Though his years have been long, he has never faced a Giant, nor seen another do so and live. This story will doubtless be told throughout the land for decades after you depart.

    >Will post link to new thread.
    >> ★ Subprocessor DM 01/18/10(Mon)21:41 No.7657408
    rolled 1, 1, 2 = 4

    Here you are.

    >> Researcher Sam 01/18/10(Mon)21:41 No.7657410
    Huh, I didn't know that.

    Okay, let's retreat for now and return in three days. And pray that when we do it isn't a trap.
    >> Anonymous 01/18/10(Mon)21:44 No.7657455
    Leg it.

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