You are Natalya, a very successful Politsiya and an accomplished practitioner of Drunken Boxing. Your favorite pastime is hurting people, breaking bones, causing black eyes, destroying others in front of their peers and loved ones and the occasional murder, if the situation allows it. You are currently near the weapons locker of your station, returning a shotgun to its proper spot, locking the shells in a separate locker, and thinking about the pleasant vacation you have planned, including competing in the Erupting Dragon tournament. The whole world will love and fear your name in a matter of months. You’re jostled our of your daydream when you feel a hand on your shoulder and a proud voice announcing “Let’s hear it for Lieutenant Natalya! A second murder bust this week alone! Can we get some applause for our leading lady?”The other officers cheer for you, some clapping with their hands while their eyes stare jealously. It’s true that you’ve made those busts, and that those killers were certainly guilty, but the beatings you inflicted on them made the other officers flinch. Made them fear you, even as they sung your praises and laughed with you.It’s delicious.“You want to go out drinking tonight with us again?” Your Senior Lieutenant asks.“No thanks, big day tomorrow.” You say, nonchalantly. “Oh that’s right! The preliminaries! We’ll all be cheering you on over here if you make it, Officer.”Twenty minutes later, you’re in warm jogging clothes, water bottle at your side, music in your earbuds. Your style of fighting might look casual, even sloppy, but it requires just as much conditioning as any other martial art. The streets of your hometown are chilly today, as usual, and there aren’t many people interested in running, or exercise in general. It’s dark out, despite it barely being evening, and there’s a light snow. You’re trying to keep up your stamina. The number one reason you’ve seen people lose fights is getting tired. That’s not going to happen to you. On the other hand, you have muscle mass that took years to build up, and too much cardio could throw off your hard earned work.It’s a balancing act. Ten miles should be just right, and then you can follow it up with plenty of protein and carbs. All the same, you do have a couple options on your last night before the fights start. >Go out of your way to find someone to beat the crap out of>Turn in early for bed, make sure you’re ready to break bones bright and early>Spend a little quality time with your punching bag>Write-in
>>3213436>Spend a little quality time with your punching bag
>>3213436>Spend a little quality time with your punching bagdm you should link the new thread in the old one. I wouldn't have seen this if I didn't check the catalog.
>>3213436>Go out of your way to find someone to beat the crap out of
>>3213436>find someone to beat upAlso cardio killing gains is a myth.
>>3213488Gotcha. Just did.
>>3213436>>Spend a little quality time with your punching bag
>>3213745I did not know this and now I know this.
>>3213759Looks like well over five to me. The brisk air is just starting to give you a chill when you reach your home, having worked up a sweat but still far from drained. Heading inside, you look around at your small apartment. It has only the things you need to improve yourself and your art.There's a cot, a bench for lifting weights, and a swinging punching bag near your mounted TV. The pantry is full of healthy food, as well as a well stocked liquor cabinet. The apartment is threadbare and the furniture is outdated, but you've never cared.It's time to go over some basics, get out of our head, and beat the tar out of something that can't fight back. You wrap your hands and get into stance.(I'm going to make a full set of combat options with their AP costs and roll modifiers on them that we can use for each combat from here on. This may take me a little while.)
>>3213802I'm making good progress on it, but I've hit a snag as I realized I missed something important in the rules. Don't know how I overlooked this one, my bad guys. It does make the dice system make a lot more sense, though. We have to distribute 25 points among the following techniques.Acrobatics, Block, Evade, Focus,Grapple, Kick, and Punch.
One more thing. I'm going to explain the basics of Thrash combat. Every person rolls initiative, which determines the order that each person acts in a ROUND. Each person gets 1 TURN in that round. Each TURN, every fighter gets 3 AP. Any AP not spent in a round carries over until that fighter's next turn, up to a maximum of 6 in reserve. In practice, it looks like this:John and David are fighting over who gets to ride the crocodile on the carousel ride at a children's theme park. John gets higher on initiative and goes first. John's turn begins and each fighter gets 3 AP. John spends his 3 AP on a jumping punch. He rolls, and David rolls to dodge. David rolls higher, and takes no damage. Now it's David's turn. Each fighter again gets 3 AP, meaning David has 6 and John has 3. David decides to make three punch attacks, which John tries to block. He successfully blocks two of them, but gets decked in the face on the third, taking 7 damage, spilling blood on the carousel ride and causing children nearby to start screaming.
>>3214062Evade 7kick 4punch 4focus 3block 3grapple 4we drunkenly evade shit and are mostly balanced on the attack techniques since we spread them evenly between punch kick and grapple on our special moves
>>3214062Acrobatics 4Block 3Evade 5Focus 3Grapple 1Kick 4Punch 5
>>3214115this is much better since I didn't add acrobatics, I support this
>>3214115I'll support this
>>3214115That makes five! Almost done with our moveset, then I'll show you guys. Just adding Final Murder, modifying some values based on this new info, and upgrading Multi-Kick and Justice Fist.
>>3214153>Block (0 AP, 1d10+7, -1 after each successive block)>Dash (2 AP, move 12 feet in any direction)>Defense Reset (1 AP, removes all block penalties)>Dodge (0 AP, 1d10+8, move up to 4 feet in any direction)>Heavy Strike (Modifies a move, +1 AP, –1 Accuracy, +3 Damage, –1 Move)>Jump (1 AP, move 12 feet in any direction, can use attacks before landing)>Kick (2 AP, 1d10+8, damage 7, move up to 2 feet)>Move Boost (Gives a maneuver the following: +1 AP, Move +3)>Punch (2 AP, 1d10+10, damage 6, move up to 2 feet)>Throw (3 AP, 1d10+6, damage 9, Move up to 2 feet) Special Maneuvers>Justice Fist (3 AP, 5 ki, Reach 1, 1d10+9, counterattack vs. standing, damage 14)>Multi-Kick (4 AP, 1d10+8, 2-5 kicks, damage 7 each, causes light Knock-back)>Rising Kick (3 AP, 1d10+8, counterattack vs. aerial, damage 10)>Disruptive Taunt(Sap super points, our Presence + Taunt vs their Will x 2)>Fist Sweep (3 AP, 1d10+4, damage 6, Crouching move, causes Knock-Down)>Leap Dodge (1 AP, 1d10+5, move 12 feet, gives us Defense Reset)>Lock (3 AP, 1d10+6, damage 6, causes Extended Hold)SUPER MOVE>Final Murder(4 AP, 10 super, 1d10+5, damage 17, causes knock-down, move up to 12 feet)
>>3214165This isn't intended to convey everything about each maneuver, just a quick shorthand. The details are in the PDF, which I can post again whenever anyone needs it.
You stand before your punching bag, to which you have taped the faces of numerous criminals and fellow officers over the years, but today is bare black cloth. Which moves do we want to use on it?
>>3214175Lets start with a dash kick punch and then chain it with a multi-kickFinishing with a justice punch to test if the thing wont fly out of its place and crash into the wall.
Rolled 2 + 8 (1d10 + 8)
>>3214194Hm. Anyone know how to roll multiple times in one post?
>>3214197dice+numberoftimeuwantorolld100 in options field
Rolled 9, 4 = 13 (2d10)>>3214194First roll is plus 8, second is plus 10, it's an easy challenge so a difficulty of 12.
>>3214210We quickly step forward, closing the distance in a mere moment, following up with hard kick and then a beautifully executed punch, sending the punching bag swinging backward as our foot and then fist hit with satisfying dry thuds.
Rolled 6 + 9 (1d10 + 9)>>3214185We then lean back and focus our Ki, charging a deadly Justice Punch and then leaning into our strike!
>>3214220The punching bag does not break, the chain holding it does not shatter, but the bag itself is thrown backward so violently it swings up and collides with our ceiling before swinging back down bringing its weight towards us rapidly!
When we have an incoming attack, we need to use either block or dodge, unless we have enough AP for another defensive maneuver. Please choose one.
>>3214238Evade, of course.
Rolled 7 (1d10)Dodge RollFor defense, I think we’ll go first to two votes, making it a bit more frantic. And attacks will be first to three.
>>3214275You step to the side, smartly dodging the punching bag. It doesn’t feel the same as hurting a living thing. It’s a sad replica of a joyful event. Still, if there’s another move you want to test, you can. >Test a move>Go to bed
>>3214278>Go to bedTomorrow is the big day
>>3214278>Go to bed
>>3214278>Go to bedGet some beauty sleep before we make people ugly.
>>3214297Calling the vote here. You're a light sleeper, but you find it easy to fall asleep tonight, tucked under the warm, ugly blankets of your cot. Your head lies on your pillow, and you dream of wars in distant lands.The morning brings a cab, a short ride to the nearby arena. It's done in a modern, MMA style octagon with chain link sides, and plenty of seating. The seats are packed full of fans, talking animatedly and holding up signs for their beloved hometown heroes. You're dressed in a gi from your grumpy old sensei, a dark gray with frayed edges. You have on light shoes. No tricks or weapons on you. You don't need them. It's all the more satisfying when claims of cheating find you innocent every time. The long sleeves are good for slipping teeth and other trophies away from the ring.You head up to talk with the manager, and he tells you your opponent will be one Anatoly Mikhailov. You know of him, a heavy young man with power and a dangerous grapple, but slow in body and mind. You can't help the edges of your lips from curling into a sweet smile. He sounds like he'll be fun to break.It's not about who will give the most challenge, or who will be easiest to destroy. It's all about how much fun it is.You still have a few minutes before the match.>Find a good vantage point to examine the crowd>Find Anatoly and inflict some psychological warfare>Watch the fight before yours for hints on future threats>Get something to drink>Write-in
>>3214379>Find Anatoly and inflict some psychological warfare
>>3214379>Find a good vantage point to examine the crowd
>>3214379>Find Anatoly and inflict some psychological warfareGet a drink and pretend we're a bit sloshed, too so we can sell being 'drunk' In the fight.
>>3214379>>Find a good vantage point to examine the crowd
lmao entire quest needs to watch UFC 1>mma tournament quest>players decide to practice drunken fucking boxing>I guess it's okay if it's in character, right?>they play a russian cop>and they don't pick sambo>y'know, sambo, the shit they teach to russian cops?>y'know, one of the 3 or 4 conceivably winning martial arts?please people, the quest is savable, the qm isn't shit, just retcon
>>3214952>>3214665>>3214390>>3214388Calling the vote here. It'll be good to get some info on the people, after all, the show is for them, isn't it? You head in to one of the upper seating areas, behind the crowd where you're able to examine them. Even if they did see you, they wouldn't know you're a fighter.You watch their reactions to the current fight. It looks like the back-and-forth punching is boring them. Out of nowhere, one fighter lands a really solid kick, which causes some excitement in the crowd. He follows it up with a grapple, tossing his opponent over his back, which gets a loud series of cheers. The crowd is made up of a surprising mixture of men and women, though there are very few children here today, if any. You certainly don't spot any. The people are pale skinned like yourself, almost all of them are out of shape, and a good many are wearing "Erupting Dragon Tournament" merch. Naturally, there is also a lot of booze going around. There is beer, vodka, wine for those that think themselves high class.Your police training is coming in handy with reading the situation. You can't keep a toothy grin off your face. It's a world of opportunity down there in the ring. Anatoly had better be ready.
>>3215061I'll be at work again today, but I'll be working on this stuff where I can, during my breaks, etc. By all means feel free to discuss the game, things you'd like to see happen, etc.
>>3215063We need to eventualy shark teeth bite someones arm at some point lol
>>3215069They might be purely cosmetic.
>>3215083They are still pointy, better than regular old non-pointy teeth and we should bite with them!
>>3215090I think it would be cool if they were a part of our super move. Heck, we could rename it if you all want. Call it something like “Blood in the Water” and have it be a combo that ends with a neck bite.
>>3215844>ends with a neck biteIs it lethal?
>>3215853Only if we want it to be.
Rolled 5, 1 = 6 (2d6)The time has come. You make your way to the ring, popping your neck and cracking your knuckles. You're ready. The ring itself has a floor with a little give. Being dropped on it would be more forgiving than bare concrete, but it'd still rattle him. The chain-link walls are also pliable, harder to hurt someone against than brick walls. All the same, the ring locks someone in here with you. That should be all you need.The referee explains the rules. "All right, the fight is no holds barred, continuing until a fighter loses consciousness or yields. Choking is not permitted. If a referee believes someone's life is at risk, they'll blow a whistle, and there will be 30 seconds of break time. If the fighter is indeed unable to continue, their opponent will be announced the victor. Otherwise, the match continues."He doesn't add that male fighters are permitted athletic cups, but they are. You read it in the official rules. Anatoly is bald, wide, and tall. His outfit consists of a pair of jeans with suspenders, no shirt, and no shoes. He's got more than a few pounds of fat on him, and it shows in rolls on his sides. His arms are thick as well. He's got short blond hair and a blocky face.You smile sweetly. You don't go into stance yet, better to keep him in the dark and a stance could hint at your true fighting style. Rolls will determine who is first, first roll is us, second is opponent. Ours receives a plus 3, his gets a plus 1.
>>3215936We HAVE THE OPTION to go first. Do you all want to go first? Waiting means more AP, going first means getting to get the party started on our terms.>Go First>Go Second
Rolled 8 + 8 (1d10 + 8)>>3215973Three makes it so!Anatoly dashes in for his opening move, punch aimed at the side of our head. We can block or dodge, but we'll need to beat his roll, whatever it may be.
Rolled 8 + 8 (1d10 + 8)Dodge roll!
>>3216036I assume draws favor defence right?
How did we build that +8? what were the stats?
>>3216039The rules are unclear but I am going to rule yes, defender wins. We see the punch coming in surprisingly quickly, and feel the wind coming off it as we turn to the side and lean out of the way. He's faster than we expected. Interesting.Time to counterattack.24 Ki, 6 AP.>Block (0 AP, 1d10+7, -1 after each successive block)>Dash (2 AP, move 12 feet in any direction)>Defense Reset (1 AP, removes all block penalties)>Dodge (0 AP, 1d10+8, move up to 4 feet in any direction)>Heavy Strike (Modifies a move, +1 AP, –1 Accuracy, +3 Damage, –1 Move)>Jump (1 AP, move 12 feet in any direction, can use attacks before landing)>Kick (2 AP, 1d10+8, damage 7, move up to 2 feet)>Move Boost (Gives a maneuver the following: +1 AP, Move +3)>Punch (2 AP, 1d10+10, damage 6, move up to 2 feet)>Throw (3 AP, 1d10+6, damage 9, Move up to 2 feet) Special Maneuvers>Justice Fist (3 AP, 5 ki, Reach 1, 1d10+9, counterattack vs. standing, damage 14)>Multi-Kick (4 AP, 1d10+8, 2-5 kicks, damage 7 each, causes light Knock-back)>Rising Kick (3 AP, 1d10+8, counterattack vs. aerial, damage 10)>Disruptive Taunt(Sap super points, our Presence + Taunt vs their Will x 2)>Fist Sweep (3 AP, 1d10+4, damage 6, Crouching move, causes Knock-Down)>Leap Dodge (1 AP, 1d10+5, move 12 feet, gives us Defense Reset)>Lock (3 AP, 1d10+6, damage 6, causes Extended Hold)SUPER MOVE>Final Murder(4 AP, 10 super, 1d10+5, damage 17, causes knock-down, move up to 12 feet)
>>3216073Actually, I think I made an error there. Our total dodge bonus should be +9, since it's Finesse + Evade. Either way, we won.
>>3216076we counter him with a justice punchand then we jump away while leaving a goodbye kick on his face.make him come to us and spend his AP, get the guy tired
>>3216096>>3216110>>3216067>>3216116Justice Fist is first with +9, Kick has +8. Whether it hits or misses, we have 19 Ki left.
Rolled 5, 7 = 12 (2d10)>>3216125ROLLING
Rolled 6, 7 = 13 (2d10)>>3216134And rolling for AnatolyFirst one is plus 7, second is plus 6, both are blocks.
Rolled 3, 9 = 12 (2d10)>>3216125
Rolled 5, 9 = 14 (2d10)>>3216142(I'm open to having you guys roll if we can come up with a good system for that.)As Anatoly's arm extends in front of your nose, you grab it and pull him forward, then let loose a ki-powered punch directly to his ribs, which stuns him. He tries desperately to suck air back into his forcefully-evacuated lungs, but he is powerless to do so.You savor the moment for only a split second before you snap a high kick into his chin. He stumbles back a foot or two and you likewise leap backwards and now enter a more drunken stance, swaying a bit. You grin at him."Feeling okay, big guy? You look like you're a little hurt." You slur with a lopsided grin. "Come on, I'm sorry. Maybe we can shtill be friends?" He looks a bit lost but if there's one thing his mind can comprehend, it's dumb anger. He slams a fist against his chest, roars, and goes in for a punch and a throw!+9 for both of them.
Rolled 9 + 9 (1d10 + 9)>>3216168I actually did my math wrong, since he only has enough AP for a dash and one attack. So, we'll be doing a dash and a throw, and I'll be rerolling it.
>>3216191dodge that shit, we need a 9 or a 10, fuck
Rolled 3 + 9 (1d10 + 9)>>3216262Two votes, and a dodge it is. We get a plus nine and yes, we need a nine or ten.
>>3216272The dash uses up some of his energy but he still manages to reach you and grab you around the waist, throwing you over his back, where you land with a crash. You take nine damage, bringing your health to 25. You're still okay, and have enough time to climb back up to your feet. Your enemy seems tired, in a lot worse shape than you. 6 AP, 19 ki, 2 superJustice FistMulti-KickRising KickDisruptive TauntFist SweepLeap DodgeLockMulti-kick upgrade: ForcefulJustice Fist upgrade: Power FlashAlertnessPresence SenseAppearance: attractiveRapid Healing>Block (0 AP, 1d10+7, -1 after each successive block)>Dash (2 AP, move 12 feet in any direction)>Defense Reset (1 AP, removes all block penalties)>Dodge (0 AP, 1d10+8, move up to 4 feet in any direction)>Heavy Strike (Modifies a move, +1 AP, –1 Accuracy, +3 Damage, –1 Move)>Jump (1 AP, move 12 feet in any direction, can use attacks before landing)>Kick (2 AP, 1d10+8, damage 7, move up to 2 feet)>Move Boost (Gives a maneuver the following: +1 AP, Move +3)>Punch (2 AP, 1d10+10, damage 6, move up to 2 feet)>Throw (3 AP, 1d10+6, damage 9, Move up to 2 feet) Special Maneuvers>Justice Fist (3 AP, 5 ki, Reach 1, 1d10+9, counterattack vs. standing, damage 14)>Multi-Kick (4 AP, 1d10+8, 2-5 kicks, damage 7 each, causes light Knock-back)>Rising Kick (3 AP, 1d10+8, counterattack vs. aerial, damage 10)>Disruptive Taunt(Sap super points, our Presence + Taunt vs their Will x 2)>Fist Sweep (3 AP, 1d10+4, damage 6, Crouching move, causes Knock-Down)>Leap Dodge (1 AP, 1d10+5, move 12 feet, gives us Defense Reset)>Lock (3 AP, 1d10+6, damage 6, causes Extended Hold)SUPER MOVE>Final Murder(4 AP, 10 super, 1d10+5, damage 17, causes knock-down, move up to 12 feet)
>>3216283an uppercut and then multi-kick
>>3216983Because of how multi-kick works, we’re going to roll Anatoly’s defenses first. Two blocks, one +7 and one +6
Rolled 7, 3 = 10 (2d10)>>3217116
Rolled 8, 6 = 14 (2d10)>>3217117And now for our attacks. Our first is +10 and our second is +8. For multi kick, we do 2 kicks, plus an additional kick for every three we succeed by.
You smile at Anatoly. It's a dazed smile, the kind that stoners have when they eye a chicken nugget. He looks at you like you're fresh meat, and he's the butcher.He's got it backwards.You stumble forwards unexpectedly, only to snap your fist upward, smashing into his jaw. This time, you hear a satisfying crack. You grab onto a suspender to steady yourself before planting two kicks in rapid succession: one to his left side, bruising his ribs, and one that hooks his leg, pulling him down on one knee. The next kick inflicts the most pain, crashing your knee into his jaw, turning a hairline fracture into a shattered mess of bone, teeth, and blood. Anatoly drops to the ground, clutching his face in horror and agony. He lays down on the ground for a minute and you watch, putting on your best smug grin. He cannot speak through his mess of a mouth, but he taps on the mat, and the referee announces a yield.Final stats:9 hp lost, 40 damage inflicted, 12 AP used, 6 super left over, and one opponent left in need of reconstructive jaw surgery. The thrill of it gives you a shiver.
>>3217127*48 damage inflicted. Forgive me, anons.
>>3217127Amazing.Can't wait for more.
>>3217127It’s two hours after your fight. There’s a break room for fighters with water bottles and food. The food is on par with cheap hotel breakfasts, and only the amateurs are eating from it. You haven’t touched any of it yet.The room is lauded out like a large square, with TV screens along a few of the walls, showing the fights. There’s a large square cushioned bench in the center of the room, upon which you’re seated.These fights were qualifiers, and judges are going over the footage to decide on the ten best. Choice is based on performance, technique, and entertainment value.You’re sipping at a water bottle watching the last few fights. One fighter in particular catches your eye. He's strong and tall, looking top heavy like he skipped leg day, but with sharp eyes and dark hair. In his fight, he watches his opponent, locking his eyes with theirs. He stares at them, and you see his lips moving rapidly, like he's mumbling something under his breath. His opponent swings and kicks, but each move is met with a perfectly timed block, while his eyes simply don't stop their robotic glare.Finally, after two minutes of playing defensively, he moves. He's like a snake striking.You lose track of his fists as they hammer the opponent in the stomach and face. Each time his opponent moves his hands up to block one or the other, the man is already smashing into the opposite spot, like he somehow knows exactly what will happen before it happens.After the barrage ends, the man yields, being in immense pain. The referee announces the winner's name. "Vadim Sokolov."As you're watching, a woman in her forties wearing a pink coat, a rose in her short dark hair, and holding a microphone sits down next to you."Pardon me, do you speak English?" She asks in English. "Who wants to know?" You ask with a polite smile."I'm Emma Richards from USN, covering the preliminaries for the EDT."United States News and Erupting Dragon Tournament. "Do you have a moment to talk with me about the tournament? I saw your fight."How do you want to play this?>Answer carefully, keeping up appearances and playing your cards close to your chest.>Answer proudly, marketing yourself as a heel for the viewing public.>Answer nonchalantly, showing off your confidence.>Tell her to "STFU" before you put her in the "ICU"
>>3218888>Answer nonchalantly, showing off your confidence.
>>3218888>Answer nonchalantly, showing off your confidence.Nice Quads
>>3218888>Answer nonchalantly, showing off your confidenceIt's going to bite us one day but eh
>>3218888>>Answer carefully, keeping up appearances and playing your cards close to your chest.
>>3218888>Answer nonchalantly, showing off your confidence
Calling the vote here.Emma Richards begins by asking your name, which you give to her. “Natalya, why have you entered the Erupting Dragon Tournament? Are you after the five million dollar prize?”You laugh. “No, I’m not in it for money. I simply entered because I felt like I had real chance of winning. The trophy would bring my bedroom decor together, too.”She gives a chuckle, one borne from courtesy. “Wow! You sound so sure. Where does that confidence come from?”“I’ve been a fighter my whole life. Training, conditioning, sparring, it all comes as naturally to me as reporting does for you.” A little flattery couldn’t hurt. “But in this tournament, you’ll be facing some of the strongest fighters in the world. Aren’t you nervous?”“Absolutely not.” You respond lightly with a small smile. “Here in Russia we have a saying. A sledgehammer breaks glass, but forges steel. You’ve seen my fight, Emma Richards. Am I glass, or steel?”She laughs. There’s a hint of nervousness, like she wasn’t expecting to be challenged like that. “Natalya, you seem like steel to me.” She turns to the camera. “ I have one last question for Natalya: is there any fighter in particular you’re excited or worried about?”>I’m excited about facing Andre Castillio, the capoeira fighter from Brazil.>I’m interested in fighting Candy Pop, the young woman from Britain>Vadim is going to be an interesting challenge>The previous champion, Kimberley Turner, is going to be a joy to fight.>No fighter in particular is all that interesting. I’m here for me.>Write-in
>>3219864>The previous champion, Kimberley Turner, is going to be a joy to fight.
>>3219864>No fighter in particular is all that interesting. I’m here for me.No real preference, its all the same.
>>3219864>>I’m interested in fighting Candy Pop, the young woman from Britain
>>3219864Also, Castillo in portuguese would be spelled Castilho. There's no double L in portuguese
>>3219934I did not know this and now I know this. Castilho it is.
>>3219864>No fighter in particular is all that interesting. I’m here for me.
>>3219864>>No fighter in particular is all that interesting. I’m here for me.
>>No fighter in particular is all that interesting. I’m here for me.
“I’m not worried about the other fighters.” You say, which is mostly true. You are excited to hurt them, but you couldn’t care less about them as people. “Well I think you’ll certainly be one to watch for all our viewers at home, Natalya.” She says. She turns to the camera. “This is Emma Richards for USN, looking forward to more from this year’s Erupting Dragon Tournament.”She packs up her things and thanks you, which you return casually. The TV screens are lit up now, showing the ten fighters who will be moving on to the next round. The judges have ranked the ten best as follows:Sokolov VadimStegnog SteponovichSalagin MiloradSokolov NatalyaSayanova VasiliaPudin PetrovichRusanov KeshaRychenkov DeniseYakubovitch LaryaKorneva YuriHm. Fourth place. That’s a bit disappointing, especially seeing Vadim perform so well. He used to be far weaker than you. The plane to pick you up departs early in the morning, but you’re already packed. Hong Kong had better be ready for you.
I hope qm isn't dead
>>3226909I’m not. I’m working on chapter 3, but in the meantime, is there anyone who knows how to archive these? I’ll need to look over them again or else I’ll forget details.
>>3230683Go tohttp://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.htmlClick the button below add thread, insert OP post number, description and tags
>>3231159Hm. I'm trying it, but it's saying that the first thread is invalid.
>>3232019In the meantime, I've saved a copy of the first webpage, so I can do the same for this one. That should let me use them for notes.
>>3232040Tell me what tags and description you would use and I'll archive it for you.
How in the fuck did I miss this? Especially since it scratches all of the itches I've had in a quest at once...Anyway, I'm down for the next thread OP.
>>3232019You were probably too late, suptg gives trouble for threads on the verge of falling off the board.In case you can't make it work there's https://archived.moe/qst/thread/3210419/#3210419
>>3232040You can't archive it because someone had already archived it last month lolhttp://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/3210419/
>>3234674This is a rad and pleasant surprise. If someone wants to put up this thread on there too, I'd be very grateful. Chapter three coming today.
>>3236609You are excellent my dude.>>3236584