>Race: Naga>Environment: Desert/UndergroundIn a short time, a world can change. In a longer time, it becomes unrecognizable.You’ve slumbered for a long time. How you fell asleep, you cannot remember, but what you do remember is that there are thousands of others. Yes, you all sealed yourself together into many rooms, safely underground, beneath the great Ziggurat. You were all given pendants, and upon putting yours on, your memory blacks out.But now you’re awake, and you open your eyes. It’s dark, the torches must have gone out a long time ago. Fortunately, you belong to the priest caste and were taught magic. You create a floating light, and soon find out why you had lost your memory: You were petrified.Every single naga in the room with you are petrified, except for you. As you look down, you notice your own pendant has shattered and turned to dust. The enchantment placed on it broke with it.It is strange indeed, as you were all told you would be awoken by the great Naga God in paradise.What do you do?>Look for a way out of this room.>Attempt to unpetrify the rest of your kin.>Write-inA while ago somebody started a civ about naga and abandoned it not long after. I’m going to try and make something out of it because fuck it, it’s too good potential to pass out on. Starting scenario will be different though.I will post if I will retire / stop posting and most likely specify when I’ll be back. If I don’t continue the quest I will post it instead of acting like shitty qm’s who just abandon thread without a word.
>>1164067And once again, because I fucked up at formatting.________>Race: Naga>Environment: Desert/UndergroundIn a short time, a world can change. In a longer time, it becomes unrecognizable.You’ve slumbered for a long time. How you fell asleep, you cannot remember, but what you do remember is that there are thousands of others. Yes, you all sealed yourself together into many rooms, safely underground, beneath the great Ziggurat. You were all given pendants, and upon putting yours on, your memory blacks out.But now you’re awake, and you open your eyes. It’s dark, the torches must have gone out a long time ago. Fortunately, you belong to the priest caste and were taught magic. You create a floating light, and soon find out why you had lost your memory: You were petrified.Every single naga in the room with you are petrified, except for you. As you look down, you notice your own pendant has shattered and turned to dust. The enchantment placed on it broke with it.It is strange indeed, as you were all told you would be awoken by the great Naga God in paradise.What do you do?>Look for a way out of this room.>Attempt to unpetrify the rest of your kin.>Write-in
>>1164072>Attempt to unpetrify the rest of your kin.
>>1164072>>Look for a way out of this room.
>>1164072>>Look for a way out of this room.let's not condem the rest of our kin before knowing where we are
>Look for a way out of this room.
>>1164072>Look for a way out of this room.do you now if we wake them up now its a big chanse that they could starv to death if we can not find any food or water
Gonna say now I'm off to sleep, but I'll write up in the morning.>Post in 9-10 hours
Looking for a way out wins.>Writing
>>1166510You glance once more over the room. It looks exactly like before you all were petrified, except it seems more.. worn out and unstable. The only door, made out of stone, in this room had been shut close from the outside. The door breaks, even crumbles by pushing. It makes you wonder what could make stone crumble so deep underground.The room you enter is a long hall, accompanied with doors to many similar rooms as the one where you woke up. To your great sorrow, many of them had their doors broken down and the naga inside, in pieces. The magical enchantment seems to kept it all as stone, sparing you from a very gruesome sight.You notice many oil pedestals, which used to bring light into the halls, still have oil in them. Relighting them would only require a magical spark.What do you do?>Explore this place. It seems to have changed since last time.>Search for provisions. Survival comes first.>Search for tools and weapons. Better be prepared.>Write-inAlso,>Relight oil pedestals. Won’t get lost easily and will know previous locations.>Don’t relight oil pedestals. Who knows what lurks out there?Also, roll 1d100 along with your vote.
>>1166541>Search for tools and weapons. Better be prepared.>Relight oil pedestals. Won’t get lost easily and will know previous locations.Just when I'm about to go to sleep.
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>1166551
Rolled 38 (1d100)>Explore this place. It seems to have changed since last time.>Relight oil pedestals. Won’t get lost easily and will know previous locations.
You figure that you need to explore more first. You start lighting up the oil pedestals, their soft fire illuminating the halls in yellow. While you remember the structure of this place well enough, many cave-ins and other obstacles make it harder for you to navigate.>>1166595While exploring, you find some dead bodies, or rather, what’s left of them. They’re clearly not naga, but something with two legs. They’re skeletons now and have battered and shattered armor on them. Something seems to have killed them.>>1166558You find a weapon storage! It’s even all intact! Except, around a third of the equipment is gone. But, you have a wide variety of weapons to choose from.Which weapons do you take? (Can carry max. 3)>Bow (and arrows)>Sword>Greatsword>Spear>Flail>Mace>Other?Choose one:>Continue exploring.>Search for provisions. Survival comes first.>Search for tools.>Write-in
>>1166665spear and shield? very nagaishwith a bow as a side weapon>Search for provisions. Survival comes first.
>>1166665>otherlets try and find a halberd, that or just a longsword.Also daggers, they have a use even outside of combat.>Search for provisionsI rather not survive the past milenium just to die of thirst now. So lets find some water.
>>1166665>Bow (and arrows)>Naginata>Search for provisions. Survival comes first.Also its 2 am so I'm passing out. Figured I'd send you a vote at least though. Appreciate your commitment to keeping us updated!
>>1166721I went naginata due to polearm love and while I considered the halberd the Naga naginata name similarity tipped the scale. And figured a bow might be useful at some point.
>>1166735Ok, I change to naginata and bow too
>>1166748>>1166735>>1166721this is an underground quest, maybe we should get those daggers or a short sword too in case we have to fight in very close quarters
>>1166723Peace out man, thanks.>WritingRoll 1d100!
personally i advice against a bow, considering it's mostly made out of organic material and most likely didn't receive the attention and care to be a reliable weapon. Not to mention we are for the foreseeable future indoors.>>1166735I personaly see the halberd as the far superiror weapon, the name similarity didn't spring to my mind at all.so yeah i stick with>halberd (or naginata I don't think that it will change anything)>longswordJust a great weapon, useable in doors unlike the greatsword and just overall probably the best weapon in most situations that might come up.>daggerit's the swiss army knife of murder weapons
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>1166767Dagger, Shortsword, Spear>>1166771Halberd vs Naginata does change things, as the halberd can be used to hook shields and legs in order to gain an advantage, as well as being far heftier.
>>1166776I wouldn't use the Halberd against the naginataBut in comparison it's just the better weapon, especially since it covers the situations where we won't use our sword in the first place.
>>1166790I agree, and I didn't say that the halberd was better, just that it had more heft to it.
You decide on the three most important weapons: A naginata, a longsword, and a dagger. No matter what distance, you’ll be prepared.Being coldblooded has its advantages, but you still need sustenance. This place is dry, much drier than you remember. You figure descending further down below is best, as there is (or was?) an underground freshwater lake.>>1166776You make it underground, but from a completely different angle than what you expected at first. While the tunnels aren’t extensive, they can be a maze sometimes.Underground you see the familiar lake, with a few islands rising from it. There’s no steam coming from it however, not like how you remember. Perhaps the land below has cooled off? It would explain the dryness.Before the lake is a large plaza and housing carved from stone. It would be ideal for resettlement.Everything seems to be wonderful so far, but something’s nagging at your mind, yet you don’t know what it is.>Water! Slither quickly and drink!>Continue cautiously.>Go back.>Write-inThe oil pedestals stop at the entrance you stand too. Fortunately, the faint light should be seen from across the extensive underground lake.I hope I counted the votes right. Pls don't kill me.
>>1166809>Write-inCheck the perimeter. We can't consider this familiar territory anymore.
>>1166809>continue cautiously keep the naginata aimed at the direction where the enemy would have the shortest ammount of ground to cover before getting to us.
Rolled 35 (1d100)>WritingRollity roll
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>1166855
You proceed cautiously. Who knows what may lurk here now?You slither down towards the abandoned plaza, while keeping to rocks and walls, your naginata in your arms. Nothing moves, nothing appears in your sight. Perhaps you are too paranoid?But then, you notice something moving. Were it not for the odd glowing fungus in their arms, you might have missed them. You look closer and identify them as ratfolk! What insolence, what do they think they are doing, strutting about in your homeland?! Much time seems to have passed.Looks like there’s two ratfolk moving around the plaza, no doubt looking for anything of use.What do you do?>Hide, don’t attack. Observe.>Hide, slither closer. A sneaky attack will give you an advantage…>Call out. (What do you say?)>Move. (Where?)>Write-in>>1166864Using that nat 100 for your next action.
>>1166897since they are ratfolk it's save to asume that for everyone we can see there are at least 10 somewhere nearby and if we didn't roll a crit I would have went with hidding.But with that amazing roll sneacking up and overpowering them becomes a real option.It would also give us an oportunity to gain some actual knowledge of the current state of things.>Write-insneak up and overpower them, kill them if we must, safety first.
>>1166897>Write-inWe are the Shadows. Let them go quietly into the night. (Sneak up and slit the throat of one, cripple the other to interrogate.)
>>1166931Thats what I would have done if I knew for a fact that they are Skaven like. Anyway let me switch my vote to this.(if they turn out to be some romeo and julia like love couple and our act causes the 2 rat empires to unite for a giant rat invasion so be it.)
>>1166945>if they turn out to be some romeo and julia like love couple and our act causes the 2 rat empires to unite for a giant rat invasion so be it.Huehuehue.I need to move locations, be back in 30-40 minutes.
>WritingAnd yes, I meant skaven, my bad.
>>1167021You have the advantage, so you decide not to pursue them. You look up at the ceiling, which is very faintly illuminated by orange lights. Somewhere the land is still active, you think. The two skaven continue to brood, until they decide to split and search separately. Now is your chance, and you slither down. The pair didn’t stand a chance.The first one you snuck up from behind, slitting its throat silently. Blood drained from the skaven’s body, ceremonially splattering onto one of the surviving naga statues on the plaza. The second one you approach from behind and stab it at the lower spine, completely severing its control over its legs. The skaven collapses, about to scream, but you grab it by its throat, preventing it from producing any sounds. With just a little more power, you could simply crush it.“Tell me ssskaven, do you know where you are?” you hiss. You let go a little bit, allowing the skaven to respond.“T-Theis’s an old snake temple, long abandoned!” the skaven trembles. “There was supposed to be nobody here!”How do you proceed?>When was there ‘supposed’ to be somebody here?>Who are you?>Where did you come from?>What were you doing?>Write-in
>>1167051>write in "how many of you are there?"
>>1167051>>Where did you come from?>When was there ‘supposed’ to be somebody here?
>>1167051>When was there ‘supposed’ to be somebody here?This not only tells us the snake Temples function and usual occupants, but some history of where we are, and a little about the Skaven's society.All the other questions are either obvious, or of no help.
>>1167105You can see on the skaven’s face that he’s scared shitless and in pain. You lift him a little up by his throat to get his focus back.“Nobodyss… When wasss there ‘ssupossed’ to be ssomebody here?” you ask, your tongue hissing.“W-What? Uhh… hundreds of y-years ago I thinks..?”“And how many of yoursss typesss are here?” the skaven hesitates, and you lift him up now.“T-Three more..!” he struggles to get the words out.”Hundreds of years... That is a long time.What do you do?>Continue interrogating (What do you ask?)>Leave him be and move on.>Take him somewhere.>Kill him and move on.>Write-in
>>1167119bound him and gagthis way he will still be fresh when we feed hm to our kin, I mean, rodents are probably a big part of our diet.before gagging him ask him where are the others tho
>>1167119we are a priest right?I never asked for what deity, because if that god/godess demands blood sacrifices killing him would be a huge waste.>write-in make him drink the water, while he is a skaven and nothing short of literal acid would kill him off, ensuring that it wont make him throw up and is there for at least pure poison might not be a bad idea.
>>1167119>Continue interrogating (In this order)>Who are you?>Where did you come from?>What were you doing?
>>1167135Think of a very extensive pantheon of deities. Deities will come in play when we get to actual civ stage.
>>1167147still I doubt we were a priest to the whole pantheon now were we?
>>1167161Yeah. Will most likely get to that later. For now, be under the assumption that our chosen deity/deities require sacrifices.Also, going to need more votes. At the moment there's one vote for three different actions.
>>1167167this one then >>1167134
“Where?” you hiss. “If you don’t sssay I’ll just sssnap your neck!”“T-They’re..” the skaven gasps for air, “they’re around, s-searching… for scrap..”The skaven passes out. You find some rope the skaven was carrying with him and bind his arms tight, and gag him with some cloth. His legs, well, you made them useless already.That should keep him secure.Now what to do…>Drink water. You’re still thirsty.>Search openly for the skaven, friendly approach.>Search openly for the skaven, hostile approach.>Search stealthily for the skaven, same fate as these two.>Write-inFinding artwork of underground caves is hard.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>1167189>Search stealthily for the skaven, same fate as these two.Keep them apart, interrogation time!
>>1167189>Drink water. You’re still thirsty.
>>1167189dice+1d100>write-intry to stay stealthy as long as we can, make it a priority to capture them alive .
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>1167199This
I have to go for now. I might continue later in the evening, so in about 5 hours, maybe a bit more.
>>1167231thanks for running m8, and a really big thanks for leting us know when you are stepping out, you have no idea how refreshing that is.
>>1167189>>Drink water. You’re still thirsty.
>>1167189>Drink water. You’re still thirsty.>Search openly for the skaven, friendly approach.
Heads up, I'm going to shower and then write a post.>>1167309No problem man. I'm pretty sure all of us are tired of flukers.
>>1167649Yeah, love a lot of the QMs on here, but you and Vox let us know when it is time for real life instead of just leaving us hanging.I love Norseman quest, and no offense to Handler, but he just doesn't give the same level of updates as you.
Rolled 65 (1d100)>WritingRollity
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>1167729rollin jus bcus
>>1167729While you still feel pressured with the skaven around, your thirst overwhelms you. Being turned from stone to flesh again after hundreds of years has left you in a slight state of shock. You slither towards the water, and simply plunge your head inside the water. The lake had provided your people with water during the era you were in, and other life lived in it peacefully. Mostly reptiles and other scaley beings like yourself, which is why it was named the Serpentine Lake.>65You bring your head out of the water, feeling euphoric. The moment doesn’t last long as you hear a voice calling from near the plaza! You lay low and observe: One of the other skaven is looking for its friends, and if nothing done, will find the corpse of one of his friends, with the blood adorning the naga statue.While the shock would be a pleasant thing to experience, it might not be in your best interests. Or is it?What do you do?>Wait and observe.>Attempt to sneak attack. (1d100)>Slither quickly and attack. (1d100)>Approach friendliry, feign shock. (1d100)>Write-in
>>1167746>Approach friendly, feign shock. (1d100)
>>1167746Right, so if you choose the (1d100) option, roll it.
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>1167748
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>1167746>Slither quickly and attack. (1d100)if these rats have any instinct left on their hides they will never trust a snakesame as before, go for disabling if possible
Rolled 2 (1d2)In post order1: Friendly approach2: Slithery slither
>>1167772You take your naginata this time, gripping it firmly in your hands. You approach the skaven, stealthily and keep to the shadows, but not before it notices its friend dead. The skaven screams out, but it ends just a second after with your naginata through its neck. The skaven struggles for a while, eyes in disbelief, before life fades from them completely.But, the scream receives two responses from opposite directions. By the looks of it, they are making haste to check on their friend.What do you do?>It’s only two, fight them. (1d100)>Escape. Continue battling them from the shadows. (1d100)>Write-in
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>1167780>>Escape. Continue battling them from the shadows. (1d100)Hide, wait and attack
>>1167780Gotta move locations again, but I should be able to write something on phone.
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>1167780Escape (on phone now)
>>1167780fight them, we didn't wait for all this time to now run from some rat man.
Rolled 14 (1d100)You slither for the shadows, but you run right into one of the remaining skaven! It signals its counterpart and readies its weapon."Who are yous?!" the skaven demands.>Write-in responseRoll 1d100 for battle.
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>1167872"Death." (Or the name of whatever god we know that would take these lower lifeforms from this mortal coil.)
Rolled 77 (1d100)>>1167872this>>1167878
>>1167872Your roll is skaven's?
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>1167872"Who are YOU to step on our ancient soil?"
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>1167780>>Write-inIntimidate. "Intuderssss! Leave thissss holy placcce or die like the resssst!"
>>1167914Your eyes narrow, a malevolent frown forming on your face.“Death,” you simply hiss, and attack the skaven. The gods are on your side (why wouldn’t they be?), as your attack takes the skaven by surprise and you impale its gut, cutting upwards. Behind you the last remaining skaven screams ‘no!’“Sssuch insssolenssse… ssstepping on our ancient sssoil. Only judgement awaitsss you here, rodent,” you say as you turn your naginata around, spinning it artfully in your arms. The skaven turns tail and tries to escape. You are faster however, and like the predator you are, you close in on the fleeing rat, and cast forth your fangs.And so, all the prey has fallen.Peace and silence returns to the underground sanctuary. While checking the corpses for anything worthy, you find pieces of a strange currency, along with your own old golden coins. They also had a drawing, of a great golden statue. You recognize of whom the statue is immediately: Medushala, the “Gorgon” Princess. The final descendant and heir to the Naga dynasty before everybody was put to sleep, or rather, petrified. Perhaps this statue may hold some clue.The skaven also have various small tools, like hammers, knives, rope, very crude but practical stuff. Most useful are the bags you got from each. You store your newfound items in one of these bags.How do you proceed?>Search for the golden statue.>Eat a dead skaven while the meat is fresh.>Check on the still-alive skaven.>Explore further into the lake.>Write-inI might speed up things from now on, since I want us to get into the civ stage of the game asap.I’ll call it a day for now and continue tomorrow morning GMT 8:00. Good night fellow /qst/’ers!
>>1167943>Check on the still-alive skaven.
>>1167943finally get us some fucking water
>>1167943>>Search for the golden statue.>>Eat a dead skaven while the meat is fresh.>>Check on the still-alive skaven.
>>1167943>Check on the still-alive skaven.>Prepare the meat for preservation
>>1167943Ok, as you said you want to speed things along I'll lay out a group of actions so we can consider.I say we eat and wake up 5 or six of ou acolytes if we.find them. This way we can explore and start laying the foundations of our reborn empireWhile the others explore we should interogate the alive skaven to get a picture of the regional politics and places of interest nearby, specially food sources
>>1168021This for speeded along options
>Writing>>1167959We already drank water in this post: >>1167746>>1168021Still got to figure out how to start unpetrifying, but we'll get to that very soon.
>>1169436Damn, it's midnight here. Bloody timezones.
>>1169436With meat around now, you decide it’s time to both eat and secure some provisions. You eat one of the dead skaven, satiating your hunger, and use your dagger to skin the other skaven, chopping their meat into pieces. Using your magic you dry them, and the end result is skaven jerky.The remaining skaven (and still alive) remains unconscious. He should provide a good source of information on how the world is now later on, so you secure his binds again, just in case.So now your thoughts focus the statue. It seems to be of importance and may answer questions regarding the current situation, and why you were the only one to wake up.How do you go about looking for it?>If anywhere, it must be at the temple on the island of the Serpent Lake.>There are statues at the plaza too. Search there.>It’s made of gold, so it must be in a treasury or something. Search for one.>Attempt to use magic. There’s been a presence here the whole time, follow it.>Write-inRoll 1d100’s!
>>1169455>If anywhere, it must be at the temple on the island of the Serpent Lake.
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>1169455>>1169475whoops
>>1169479Guess for now it's just you and me, huh.>Writing
>>1169485You dive into the water and swim towards the biggest island on the lake. Swimming feels refreshing, and going underwater refreshes your gills. After all, you are both a land and aquatic species.To your surprise, the temple has remained very well intact, with only minor damage. Your instinct tells you you’re in the correct place, given also how the strange presence has grown. You enter the ceremonial hall and there you find the golden statue. You slither forth, and then feel your muscles clench. You can’t move!“Why have you awoken my servant? Why do you wake me?” a voice rings in your head, no doubt coming from the statue.“I don’t know why Iss woke up,” you say, “but I ssseek guidanssse. Our kin have died in chambersss, sshattered into piecesss.”“This cannot be, the chambers were sealed!” the voice hisses angrily. “But I sense truth in your words. Something.. has gone wrong.”You feel your muscles relax, and you can move again. Before you, the golden statue seems to crack. The golden layer fades away, and in place of the statue, stands Princess Medushala.“Take me to my people,” she asks.>Lead her straight to the chambers.>Offer her skaven jerky.>Bring her to the injured skaven.>Write-in
>>1169500>Lead her straight to the chambers.>>1169485Lol, well that's not good. I'm only up to finish a bit of calculus homework before bed
>>1169506Well, at least this way I can get us to the civ stage pretty quick. Incoming big post.>Writing
>>1169511Works for me. Glad to see you're not getting discouraged!
>>1169511After showing the state of the Ziggurat and her people, Medushala was appalled. Things had gone awry, the enchantments that should have preserved both the whole structure and the rooms individually, had failed. Filled with rage, she decides on unpetrifying all who are still intact. The process takes some time, but in the end, you have gathered a well-sized amount of naga. You settle with them underground by the lake, at the plaza, by moving most of the rubble first away and repurposing the housings.Settlement stats:Population:>120 Worker Caste (Good at building)>120 Warrior Caste (Good at killing)>60 Priest Caste (Good at leading, magic and research)Resources: (Allocating 5 workers brings +1 production. Need a source for the resource.)>Nutrition: 60 (+20) (Need to sustain population, 1 per 10 pop.)>Industry: 40 (+4) (Building material)>Research: 0 (+0) (Need to advance or reopen tech/magic)>Luxury: 0 (+0) (Commerce and other materials of value)I’ll be using a system I had created for a bigger and more in-depth civ, but simplified.After two weeks of rebuilding and settling down, you’ve managed to get a good settlement running. While Medushala is their noble leader, it is you to whom people go for guidance. You’ve become the Head Priest of your people as well as the settlement ruler. The priests work directly with you and help maintain control over the settlement. The princess trained herself 20 royal guards to accompany her.What kind of leader do you want to be?>We must first sustain ourselves. (Emphasis on Nutrition)>A strong army and strong tools are essential. (Emphasis on Industry)>We must reclaim our lost knowledge and thus, better our society. (Emphasis on Research)>We are small, we need to establish a commerce to get what we want. (Emphasis on Luxury)What are you called?>Szarco>Ishezhe>Krilusa>Write-inI’m using this for names: http://fantasynamegenerators.com/naga-names.php#
>>1169526>We must reclaim our lost knowedge and thus, better our society.We will always be outnumbered by skaven and others, so we might as well go for the one adventag we have, our intelect.>write inPython like the great snake.
I'm going to leave for now, let more people vote, then do a final post for this thread. Also going to create a twitter to update on this quest.
>>1169526>We must reclaim our lost knowledge and thus, better our society. (Emphasis on Research)>Ishalla (Lady snake?)>>1169530Alright man. I'm gunna go pass out.
>>1169526>>We must reclaim our lost knowledge and thus, better our society. (Emphasis on Research)The great snek
>>1169526>We must first sustain ourselves. (Emphasis on Nutrition)>>1169533>Ishalla (Lady snake?)
>>1169528Supporting this also
Research emphasis and Python wins.Now name the leader title Monty and everything is set.>Writing
>>1169646can't wait to find out more about our dark diety fittingly named Brian
>>1169646You, the great Python will lead this small but strong-willed civilization to prosperity through your greater understanding of the world.>Research bonus: Research production capacity of resources are doubled.Of course, restoration of the faith is important as well. An altar is erected at the center of the plaza, where fellow naga come to pray and socialize. The statue of your patron deity, Zurzal, was found and fittingly put near the altar. Now the Goddess of Insight and Dominion watches over your people, no doubt granting you her blessing.>This marks end of thread #1. Follow me at https://twitter.com/HijackQMqst for updates of next thread.Discuss possible ideas for the quest, I'll do my best to make something enjoyable for everyone.
>>1169663nice thread bro, keep the good workingi guess we need to go out of the cave and see what is outside
>>1169663Yes, I really like management sims with umpredictable situations mixed in to keep us on our toesI liked your thread very much.What I intend to do, anons willing, is set up food production and explore the nearby regions to se whats what. Also, try to recover our relics and tomes that survived the passing of time to better develop our culture and research before our people get used to the hardships presented by this situation and firget that we belong to an advanced and majestic empire.Finally, contact our least edible neighbors to stablish diplomatic relations on this new world
>>1169997>>1169663Yeah, missed the vote, but the first thing we need is to establish hunting grounds and/or farming areas.
>>1169997I like this
dont 404 on my again