Twitter: https://twitter.com/MercCommandArchive: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.html?tags=Macross%20QuestOther Quests: https://pastebin.com/TrNWfAkeYou are pilot HARRY NEUMANN, the newest of one of the New UN Spacy's Tactical Sound Units!"Honestly, what am I going to do with you two?" Dorothea sighedYou had been hastily recalled to the Pacifica, where you were now sitting in Dorothea's real office. You note that unlike her previous offices, this one was much more well furnished. Though she didn't completely ditch the standard military spartan aesthetic, you could see quite a few framed pictures of her and other individuals. Perhaps classmates or colleagues. There were also pictures of ships, perhaps significant to her past or merely there for decoration. Shelves lined the walls as well, holding all sorts of books and ship models, both the space and ocean borne types. You also noticed a much larger and more well stock alcohol locker, which you suspect the Admiral made great use of. "I thought that you'd rein in Amy's rebellious tendencies, not enable them." Dorothea continues, rubbing her forehead in frustration. "Going on absence without leave with her in the middle of a public function? You're lucky Karla managed to keep it quiet. The security and political ramifications if such news got out would have been devastating to the Fleet."Dorothea sighs again, her eyes darting briefly back to the rum locker before focusing back on you. "Well, what do you have to say about yourself, Captain?">Be firm. Amy's a kid, not a product.>Be diplomatic. You're just trying to earn Amy's trust. >Other
>>2037980>Be diplomatic. You're just trying to earn Amy's trust.
>>2037980>"She was going to leave regardless. Would you rather she had been alone, or that someone responsible had tagged along to keep her out of trouble?"
>>2037980>>Be diplomatic. You're just trying to earn Amy's trust. >>OtherAlso bring up what we encountered with the serving staff, so it was also to get her out of there.
>>2037980>Be diplomatic. You're just trying to earn Amy's trust. Bottom line, Amy isn't going to be the idol the Admiral wishes she would be. Amy simply will not allow herself to be shoved into that role; she's too strong-willed.Buuuut, we can at least mediate a little bit. Give Amy a bit of lead, and she'll probably be a lot more cooperative in the long run. An idol with crappy morale is no good to anyone, after all.
>>2037980>Be diplomatic. You're just trying to earn Amy's trust.How desperate are we?
>>2037980This >>2038012And mention this >>2037993Anons are wise in the ways of young girls and creeps
>>2037980"If you want me to have some measure of control over her, than I need to get her to trust me." You tell Dorothea calmly. "Speaking rankly, ma'am, but it seems what you're doing is only antagonizing her towards you.""You do not have to remind me of that." Dorothea sighs, all her anger apparently just draining out of her, leaving only a tired shell. "I sympathize with her, I really do, but what she's doing is important for the Fleet and for the sector.""She might have a different opinion on that." You point out, and then narrow your eyes. "I'm pretty sure Lara told you this already too, but we did catch sight of some suspicious person following Amy around.""I'm aware." Dorothea nods, glancing at her computer screen. "Someone slipped in with the catering staff. We're trying to track his movements through the cameras, but that's base security's problem.""So what's going to happen now?" You ask. "Considering this is a first offense... nothing." Dorothea frowns. "But I would appreciate it if you try to limit these... 'adventures' with Amy. Or at the very least inform me.""I'll keep that in mind." You nod.There's then an awkward pause. Normally, this is where Dorothea would dismiss you, but it seems like she's hesitating, as if there was something else she wanted to talk about but wasn't sure if it was proper in this situation. >Ask if you're dismissed.>Ask if there's something she wants to talk about. >Ask about the rum locker.>Other
>>2038137>Ask if there's something she wants to talk about.
>>2038137>>Ask if there's something she wants to talk about. >>OtherGet up, pour her a measure of the rum.
>>2038137>>Ask if there's something she wants to talk about.
>>2038137>>Ask about the rum locker.Booze.
>>2038137"Is there anything else you want to talk about, ma'am?" You ask politely."I'm just wondering..." Dorothea sighs. "How do you do it? Amy doesn't follow a single order I give her, yet she follows you around like a puppy. I just don't understand.""I suppose because I treat her for what she is. A kid." You shrug. "Being a kid is exactly the reason why she won't follow orders." Dorothea groans. "I just can't understand her.""Sure you do, you probably just forgot." You shrug. "We were all young once.""Now you're just making us both sound old." Dorothea retorts."Shit, I did." You chuckle. "Still, there had to be a time where you had your own little rebellious phase.""No, no I did not." Dorothea shakes her head adamantly.>Whatever you say.>You are such a bad liar.>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.>Other
>>2038207>Whatever you say.
>>2038207>>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.>>OtherTrade a story of yours for the one i was going to tell you.
>>2038207>>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.
>>2038207>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.Break out of that stuffy British upbringing. Err, assuming her family is British.
>>2038207>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.
>>2038207>>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.So what sort of songs should we expect in this quest?We all know My Boyfriend is a Pilot is a definite song for a live show.
>>2038207>>Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours.>>2038251Lion?
>>2038207"Maybe a drink can fix that memory of yours." You grin."I don't think this is the time-""Hey, I promised to tell you the rest of my story, right? How about we trade?" You grin. Dorothea pauses for a few brief seconds."All right, fine. It's a deal." Dorothea smiles slightly as she turns to the rum locker, pulling out a rather old looking bottle and pouring two glasses. "I do admit, I've very curious as to how you did that.">Let Dorsie talk first.>Tell your story first.>Other
>>2038313>Tell your story first.
>>2038313>OtherMake sure no one has a spy bug in here first
>>2038313>>Tell your story first.
>>2038313>>Tell your story first.TIME FOR SOME DECULTUREBet Neumann has always been harder, better, faster and stronger than everyone else, even without Zentradi genes, because his genes have been tuned>>2038251Electronic/trance music
>>2038251Koi no Dogfight
>>2038383Merc not a single person voted for thatAnyway>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.>Let her keep talking.
>>2038383>>Ask about the other people in the picture.
>>2038383Wuh? I thought "Tell your story first" mean telling Neumann's story first.
>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.
>>2038424Fuck it you already wrote it let's just go with it
>>2038313"Weeeeeeell." You grin as you sip at your glass. "Honestly, it's not that shocking of a thing, thought I guess it won't hurt to tell you.""Please do." Dorothea says a bit too quickly, like an anxious schoolgirl."So, it sorta begins like this...">Turns out, there was big flaw in VF-171 canopies I took advantage of...>Got a few "enchancements" during my time in Special Forces.>Honestly I have no clue how that happened, I just wanted an excuse to drink with you again.>Other
>>2038445>Got a few "enchancements" during my time in Special Forces.
>>2038445>Turns out, there was big flaw in VF-171 canopies I took advantage of...
>>2038445>>OtherI just punch super hard.
>>2038445>>Got a few "enchancements" during my time in Special Forces.
>>2038445>>Turns out, there was big flaw in VF-171 canopies I took advantage of...
>>2038445>>Got a few "enchancements" during my time in Special Forces.>>OtherAnd not exactly by choice. Was a bad injury.
>>2038445>Got a few "enchancements" during my time in Special Forces.Do we have enhancements down there?
>>2038445>>Turns out, there was big flaw in VF-171 canopies I took advantage of...>>OtherExcept that the "flaw" is something that usually only Macronized Zentradi or similar can exploit because.>>2038452This.
>>2038445>>Turns out, there was big flaw in VF-171 canopies I took advantage of...Sounds lewd
>>2038475Makes you wonder why the manufacturers either didn't discover this, or kept it under wraps.
>>2038487I bet it's because they don't usually expect humans to punch with the force of an autocannon round.
>>2038445>>Got a few "enchancements" during my time in Special Forces.Rather this than some major defect on the mainstay planes that can be taken advantaged of.
>>2038502Neumann thinks it's a defect, it actually isn't
>>2038507Something in the cockpit that a human can punch through and gain access to the pilot. What more enemy munitions.I'm not sure why else it might be designed that way. Sure sounds like a defect.
>>2038495I would think the designers expected it to survive being hit with actual autocannon rounds. Usually those are smaller than a human fist.
>>2038445"As it turns out, there was a big flaw in VF-171 canopies I took advantage of." You explain."What?" Dorothea's eyes widen in shock. "How could something like that happen!?""It's a bit of a long story, but the basic gist of it was that we got intel that one of General Galaxy's suppliers was deliberately manufacturing faulty canopies to cut costs. Me and my guys were part of the task force sent in to raid their HQ for evidence.""Surely something like this should have been made public?" Dorothea blinks. "That's something that should have called for a fleetwide recall!""Problem is, the guys behind it did a good job covering their tracks. We couldn't tell apart the good shipments from the bad ones, and NUNS was not about to ground the entire Valkyrie fleet over it. It would cause a huge scandal and destroy readiness.""So... they just let it slide." Dorothea paled."Pretty much." You shrug. "They figured that they'd just quietly rotate out all the canopies with fresh ones during each Valkyrie's overhaul cycle, and it wasn't a problem in the newer builds so they just never got around to it.""And you just let it all happen?" Dorothea looks at you in shock."I was a grunt back then. What could I do?" You shrug. "I'm sure you had to take orders from on high you didn't agree with."You notice Dorothea's expression darken for a moment before refocusing. "That's... quite the story." She coughs. "I suppose we should be glad we've already started phasing the Nightmares out.""Yeah, but I don't envy those poor CDF pilots who will inherit them." You shrug. "And uh, keep this on the down low, okay? I'm strictly not supposed to openly talk about that.""I understand." Dorothea shudders. "To think something like that could have been under our noses this whole time..."Dorothea then downs her glass and quickly pours another. You had actually lost track of how many she's taken so far. >Maybe get Dorothea to lay off on the rum a bit...>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.>Other
>>2038542>>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.Great. We're in for valk hijackings now.
>Maybe get Dorothea to lay off on the rum a bit...
>>2038542>>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.
>>2038542>>Maybe get Dorothea to lay off on the rum a bit...
>>2038542 #>>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.
>>2038542>Maybe get Dorothea to lay off on the rum a bit...Was it THAT shocking that you have to down a bottle or two?
>>2038542>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.
>>2038542>>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.>>2038570Maybe she's still an idealist.
>>2038542>Maybe get Dorothea to lay off on the rum a bit...
>>2038542>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.4u
Rolled 12, 2, 7 = 21 (3d20)>>2038542You just sit back and watch nervously as Dorothea downs her next glass, her cheeks already reddening...>Cont
>>2038542>She's a big girl. She can handle herself.Wow, we really fucked over the CDF guys with this choice, didn't we?
>>2038640And our fleet. Considering that we still have units that have the crackable canopies.
>>2038640I guess this explains why the vanilla VF-171 and the Nightmare Plus have different canopies?
>>2038648Good eyes.We should help write up a proposal to upgrade our line units to the 171EX standard before we engage in any hard combat.
>>2038639Dorothea slams her glass down on the desk a little harder than necessary. You could see her body swaying a bit more as well, her eyes becoming a little glazed. Just how much did she drink beforehand...?"Hm, well, I suppose it's my turn then..." Her eyes nostalgically scan the various pictures on her wall. "Ah, well there was that time in college...""Which one?" You ask. You follow Dorothea's gaze to a particular picture where you see a younger version her, wearing a graduate robe and cap with diploma in hand. Framed with her was another fellow graduate and an older man."The Royal War College in Britain, of course." Dorothea puffs up with pride, a big smile on her face as her inhibitions loosen. "We've never forgotten the traditions of the Royal Navy, after all.""I can understand that." You nod with a grin.>Ask about the other people in the picture.>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.>Let her keep talking.>Other
>>2038653>>Let her keep talking.
>>2038653>>Ask about the other people in the picture.>>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.
>>2038653>>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.
>>2038653>Ask about the other people in the picture.
>>2038653>Ask about the other people in the picture.>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.
>>2038653>Let her keep talking.
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>2038653>>Let her keep talking.Just testing the waters.
>>2038653>>Let her keep talking.It's rude to interrupt when we are learning about a commander's backstory.
>>2038653>Let her keep talking.Let's not flatter the drunk lady.
>>2038653>>Ask about the other people in the picture.>Tell her she looks cute in the picture.
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>2038653Looks like we got a tie so we'll have to roll it off!1. Talk2. Listen
>>2038741You decide to let her keep talking, casually sipping at your rum. "So, part our training in the college involved teaching how to properly sail a ship." Dorothea continues, a hearty smile on her face. "You know, the type that goes on water.""Seems a bit antiquated." You observe."It's a tradition, what can I say." Dorothea laughs. "But, well, I suppose there was some logic to it. Can't run a starship without learning to run a sailboat, right?""Makes sense." You concede. "So, I had my own little crew, and we'd sail up and down the southern coast, Nothing too big, just following navigation markers. Buuuuut..."Dorothea's smile then widens, becoming more personal and sloppy. "So, we had this idea to prank our neighbors across the Channel. A rival French college they built in Dunkirk. So me and my crew sneak out of our dorms in the dead of night, take our sailboat out, and sail across the Channel.""At night? Isn't that dangerous?" You blink."Please, sailing at night is one of the first courses they teach you." Dorothea rolls her eyes. "We already knew all the winds and currents, so we make landfall in France in good time, plant our school flag right on their beach where everybody can see it, and sail back home!"The thought of a younger Dorothea pulling a college prank, even if it was somewhat tame, was a pretty funny one. "The French were absolutely livid!" Dorothea cackles. "And then some of their students tried the same thing a few nights later, but we were expecting them to come!""And what did you do?" You raise an eyebrow."Rammed their ship and sank it." Dorothea giggles, and then notices your horrified expression. "Don't worry, we pulled them out of the water and dumped them back on their own shore. It was quite the experience!""I'm sure it was." You grin. >Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.>Sounds like you had a great time in school.>Sounds pretty reckless, honestly.>Other
>>2038777>>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.
>>2038777>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.
>>2038777>>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.>>Sounds like you had a great time in school.
>>2038777>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.>Sounds like you had a great time in school.
>>2038777>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate."Did you have a parrot and tricorn too?">>2038251Of course anything by pic related.
>>2038777>>>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.>>>Sounds like you had a great time in school.
>>2038777>>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate.But>>Sounds like you had a great time in school.I sure hope she has a great rival from that French school, one by the name of Jeanne Luc Picard
>>2038777>Never thought our Admiral started off her career as a pirate."So, tricorn, parrot, and yelling ARRGH all the time?"
>>2038777"Never thought our very own Admiral started off her career as a pirate." You grin. "Oh my god." Dorothea comes to the realization seemingly for the first time. "You're right!""So, do you have a parrot and tricon hidden around here somewhere, too?" You say as you look around the office. "Of course not!" Dorothea huffs. "I'd like to think that I've grown past that stage of immaturity.""Uh huh." You nod, not completely convinced. "Though, I do have to admit, it is rather nice to... have someone to talk to like this." Dorothea coughs. "It's shocking how quickly people start treating you differently just because of what rank badge you wear...""That bad?""You have no idea." Dorothea sighs. "Anyways, that's enough talk. How about one last drink?"Dorothea then reaches into the locker and pulls out an even older looking bottle of rum. You almost swear it had to be pre-Zentradi War vintage. She calmly pours out a glass for herself and glances to you. >You think you'll pass.>Take up the challenge.>Other
>>2038832>Take up the challenge.>In before Nat 1>Wake up the next morning in the Admiral's bed.>Nothing actually happened, but of course Lara or Karla walk in on us.
>>2038832>>Take up the challenge.
>>2038832>Take up the challenge.
>>2038832>Take up the challenge."Arrrrr, Capn" in our worst accent.
>>2038832>>Take up the challenge.dread naught.
>>2038832>>Take up the challenge
>>2038832>Take up the challenge.As if there was any other choice.
Rolled 6, 6, 12 = 24 (3d20)>>2038832You nod and motion for her to pour you a glass."Ah, adventurous as always." Dorothea chuckles as she pours the glass and passes it to you."So what do we drink to?" You ask as you pick up the glass."Hmmmm, how about to rebellion?" She suggests. "Works for me." You grin. >Roll 1d20
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>2038868Time for 1s
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>2038868https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f55CqLc6IR0
Rolled 12 (1d20)>>2038868
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>2038868bottoms up
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>2038868
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>2038868
14 is pretty decent.
>>2038899Still not high or low enough to get her to wear a pilot suit.
>>2038903Either we fall asleep in this office or we put her to bed.This is fine.
>>2038903>inb4 she wears OUR suit
>>2038868You down the rum and immediately note the serious kick it has, feeling like molten lava running down your throat. However, you manage to maintain your cool and slam the glass back down on the desk."Jeez, just what the hell was that-"And that's when you notice that Dorothea had actually fallen asleep, her head resting on top of her desk. Feeling dizzy and tired yourself, all you can manage to do is give her some peace and quietly by slipping out of the office. It's almost a miracle that you're able to make it back to your quarters, where you take a quick shower and collapse into bed.---Suddenly, you're awoken by a loud blare. You're not sure just how much time has passed, but you instinctively leap out of bed and start getting dressed. You knew a scramble alert when you heard it. "Caaaaaap!" Lara's voice wails from outside your door. "C'mon! We gotta go!""I'm coming, I'm coming!" You yell back. The two of you hustle to the pilot briefing room, where you could see a number of pilots already gathered. Kellerman was up front and center. "All right everyone, I'm gonna keep this short since we don't have a lot of time." Kellerman grunts as he adjusts his sunglasses. "Our sensor net picked up a massive contact breaching the buffer zone and heading straight for our outer defensive line. Analysts are saying it might be a Zentradi flotilla. The Admiral's already having Pacifica and her battlegroup move to intercept.""Estimated strength?" One of the pilots asks."No idea, but expect the regular Zentradi crap." Kellerman explains. "Neumann, Williams, you're going to be pulling escort duty. Seems like Command wants to "test run" our resident idol."Wait, really? Now?"Yes sir." You nod, slightly troubled. "Got something else to say?" Kellerman asks, catching on to your unease.>Nothing, sir.>Seems like it's too soon to send Amy out.>Other
>>2038914>Nothing, sir.She has to go out at some point.
>>2038914>Nothing, sir.I hope we have a good song to play.
>>2038914>Nothing, sir.>>2038927I figure we ought to mix it up, rather than just endlessly rehashing Macross classics. So instead let's rehash a song from a DIFFERENT musically themed anime!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I50gI0oqK9g
>>2038914"Nothing, sir." You shake your head."Then everyone get your asses to your Valkyries." The CAG grunts. "Your squadron commanders will give you further instructions. "C'mon, Cap! Let's get going!" Lara taps you on the shoulder, bouncing up and down like an excited puppy. >Better get to your Valkyrie.>Maybe you should see Amy first...>Other
>>2038943>Maybe you should see Amy first...
>>2038943>>Maybe you should see Amy first...
>>2038943>>Maybe you should see Amy first...It ain't no Konig Monster, but it's not a bad alternative.
>>2038943>>Better get to your Valkyrie.Hope Agent Weiss knows how to get Amy to perform.
>>2038943>Maybe you should see Amy first...Make sure the nugget's got her head on straight for this.And knows that if we tell her to climb she better PUNCH THAT SHIT.
>>2038943"Lara, can you cover for me real fast?" You ask your wingmate. "I want to go check up on Amy.""Hah, taken a real liking to her, huh?" Lara grins. "All right, I'll make sure your Valk is hot and ready to go by the time you get back. Don't take too long!" "Thanks a lot, Lara." You smile as you turn and jog towards the bridge. From what you remember, Karla's people had built a specialized stage in the ship's bridge for Amy to perform on. Once you reach the bridge, you can see Dorothea sitting in the command chair one level above, surrounded by bridge crew who were all similarly redheaded, oddly enough. You turn to the lower section of the bridge, where you could see a team of techs hastily cobbling together the stage. Karla was pacing back and forth, barking orders and directions like a slave driver.And there was Amy, already in her idol getup, white as a sheet. You head over to her. "H-hey, Cap." Amy tries to smile, but fails to make it look anything but forced. "Guess it's the b-big day, huh?"You see the Pacifica drop out of fold space, and already you could see the ship and her subordinate carriers launching their Valkyries. You didn't have much time. >Give Amy a quick pep talk.>A simple hug will do.>Other
>>2038994>Give Amy a quick pep talk.
>>2038994>>A simple hug will do.Hugs are always nice.
>>2038994A hug will do better.“You can do it. We’re with you.”
>>2038994>Give Amy a quick pep talk.>OtherApply headpats."Relax and do what you always do. You'll be fine. And we'll get you in that Koing Monster soon enough."
>>2038994>>A simple hug will do.
>>2038994>Give Amy a quick pep talk."Won't wish you luck, you're good enough you don't need it. You've got this, kid."
>>2038994>A simple hug will do.
>>2038994>>2039000yes on headpats. and the indignition will help relaz her. sides hug will crumple her uniform.
>>2038994"Don't worry, Kid. You got this." You grin as you ruffle Amy's hair. "Just relax and do what comes naturally.""But what if my singing doesn't work?" Amy asks nervously."Well, we'll just have to improvise. Not the first time I've scrapped with the Zeds." You reassure her with a thumbs up. "Looking forward to hearing it!""Y-yeah." Amy mumbles, her face now red instead of white. But at least she seems to be a bit more sure of herself now. If not for her own sake, then for yours. >Check in with Dorothea really fast.>Make sure Karla's got things here handled.>Better get to your Valkyrie.>Other
>>2039016>>Better get to your Valkyrie.
>>2039016Haul ass to the plane, we can chat with spooks and admirals later
>>2039016>Better get to your Valkyrie.
>>2039016>>Better get to your Valkyrie.Just remember this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKomWBuEXe4
>>2039016>Better get to your Valkyrie.Mission time.
>>2039016>Better get to your Valkyrie.Whats our loadout?
>>2039016You waste no time and make your way back to the hangar. No small feat considering the sheer size of the ship. Most of the ship's air wing had already launched by the time you reached your own Valkyrie. "About time!" Lara pouts. "Come on! We're gonna get left behind!" "Yeah, yeah!" You nod as you go through your startup checklist as quickly as possible before maneuvering to the launch deck. You brace yourself for the launch as you and Lara take off in your Excaliburs. Up ahead, you could see friendly VF-25 Messiahs already making a beeline toward the Zentradi force, which you could now see was a trio of cruisers with a few smaller supporting ships. "All right, we're starting to get the equipment set up." Karla's voice buzzes into your comm. "We're thinking of keeping her off our own tactical net for now and limiting broadcast to Zentradi frequencies only. Unless you think the rest of the Fleet should hear it, too.">Let's keep things small for now. Broadcast to the Zentradi only. >It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody.>Other
>>2039050>It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody.
>>2039050>>It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody.Let's go into a spiel about "Muh Philosophy about Music"!
>>2039050>It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody."She'll be fine. Hit it."
>>2039050>>It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody.>>2039059That better not be our Macross protag motivation.
>>2039050>>It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody.Tell her to start the concert by shouting "LISTEN TO MY SONG!"For luck.
>>2039062All Macross MCs need to be looking for some abstract concept!
>>2039073>All Macross MCs need to be looking for some abstract concept!Hikaru wasn't, and he's the Oest of Gs.
Rolled 17, 7, 19 + 2 = 45 (3d20 + 2)>>2039050"It's her debut. Broadcast it to everybody." You suggest. "Haha, she's probably going to kill you for that." Karla giggles."So are the Zeds." You retort."That's a good point." Karla agrees. "All right, just stay tuned for some action!" The resulting silence made you grip your control stick tight in a mixture of anticipation and worry. Up ahead, flashes of light gave away first contact with the enemy as Valkyries clashed with Regulds. Bright lances of heavy laser fire from the battleships began to crisscross the empty space between the two fleets as both sides took shots at each other from maximum range.And that's when you hear the song...>Roll 1d20
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>2039076
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>2039076
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>2039076
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>2039076Here comes the Snow!
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>2039076
>>2039076https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOaSh1-d9gcYou quickly find yourself unconsciously reacting to the beat, nodding your head back and forth. Comms on the net is briefly filled with confusion as everybody wonders where the he hell the music is coming from. However, all the protests and queries stop as the Zentradi fleet formation begins falling apart and losing cohesion, and everybody understands. And there's a triumphant cheer over the net as the NUNS forces begin to advance on the Zentradi incursion fleet. But you knew that even with Amy's song working, the only way to remove a Zentradi as a threat was to destroy them. Those cruisers will still a huge threat and would have to be dealt with, and it didn't look like they'd be going down without a fight just yet...>And that's it for tonight! As always, next thread is next week. And don't forget Frontier Knight on Saturday!
>>2039091Thanks for the run, Boss!
>>2039091Thanks for running mech.
>>2039091Cheers for the thread OP
>>2039091Thanks for the run Merc!>not best version https://youtu.be/zxkgdQLv_nI
>>2039091Thanks for running Merc!Time to show the power of DECULTURE!