Last thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/638529/+++Do we want to continue in planning mode or do you want to act?
>>668981Ask Xynthia how we can disseminate the video/souldraw of Xoelanth's death to his rival kabals.We should also find out if we can contact-by-proxy those kabalites whose brother's soul we have. Make sure they don't know who we are, but tell them we can barter the soul in exchange for their help.Ask Xynthia if she has any ideas for how the prisoner could be of any further use.use strategic girth to make xynthia a good girlCan't think of anything else at the moment.
>>668981Commoragh quest in a nutshell
>>668981Ask if we can find a Jokaero Slave to purchase on the market. They are very good with technology and can take our ability to modify things to the next level.
>>669002somebody fucking laugh at this it took me 20 minutes
>>668990>video/souldrawWhich one or both?>captive soulIt's unrestorable, it's mashed and merged with other spirit essence in that soulstone>Xynthia's thoughts on prisoner"Well, I wouldn't mind having another plaything in my dungeons. Or we could give it to Csvakshek and see what he comes up with, he always suprises me! We can't really sell the prisoner, we don't want wrong ears to hear that I am harbouring Mon'keigh Aspect Warrior.">>669002Suprisingly accurate.>>669006That might be possible. Where would you look for it? Choose what to roll:1. Lore(Commoragh) +30 [because of Xynthia's help]2. Inquiry + On the streets of Sec Maegra (close to Ashton's hideout)+ On the streets of Bone Middens (close to Xynthia's tower)
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>669045Lore
>>669045>Suprisingly accurate.I know you intimately, skargfriend
>>669045>Which one or both?Souldraw might be best, as video may be able to be traced or something. Traced to the chapter or at least traced to space marine armour source, revealing what we are.Unless souldraw would also do that?>It's unrestorable, it's mashed and merged with other spirit essence in that soulstoneBollocks>prisonerI guess just let her wallow in the dungeons for now, she might be useful later>>669002Ur maymay a shit
>>669062>Ur maymay a shityes but at least skarg has seen it, contrary to the story you wrote over 2 years ago >:^)
>>669048Xynthia's thinks about it for some time, consults with Csvakshek and comes back to you:>These creatures you describe, I believe I've seen them a few times in my life. They are rare, but nonetheless all forms of life end up in Commoragh sooner or later. In your place I would try one of the following ways to get Jokaero...a) Xynthia knows a beastmaster who lives near River Khaides. He specialises in procurement of various specimen for the wych games. You might try talking to him, but it's a risky area and getting there might be dangerous.b) Post a notice that you want to buy a Jokaero slave. This might prove to be expensive, but easy way to find what you seek.c) Xynthia remembers that she has seen Jokaero in service to a Akhara'Keth, leader of the Kabal of of the Bloodied Claw. He is an old Dark Eldar, old enough not to be bothered to make a deal with a Space Marine if it suits his liking. Or at least that's what Xynthia guesses.http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Kabal_of_the_Bloodied_Claw>>669062Csvakshek motions you to sit into an ornate chair that reminds you of some sort of a torture device. It is quite likely that it doubles as that occasionally.>Relaxsss, dear.You suddenly feel as if something starts draining from you and images flash in front of your eyes...[Roll Willpower to resist negative effects of souldraw]
>>669093A) we could use some action if we run into danger.And he is bound to have atleast one.
>>669045>prisonerIs it possible to use her (body) as a mindcontrolled drone to get inside the kabal fortress and open the right doors at the right time or kill the right guard at the right time....
Rolled 84 (1d100)>>669093WILLPOWAAAAH
Oh boy who didn't see that coming for weegee's first roll in months!
>>669093>b) Post a notice that you want to buy a Jokaero slave. This might prove to be expensive, but easy way to find what you seek.Voting for this>A) we could use some action if we run into danger.We really should be avoiding danger and exposure at the moment.
>>669121>Voting for thisif we do that we might have to go batman on some asses to gather souls
>>669137>if we do that we might have to go batman on some asses to gather soulsIt might be easier & less risky to do actual jobs for souls like a normal person. We should check at some point.
>>669103Csvakshek considers the possibility.>Unlesss you are a pssssyker, no. However you have me. I could try to drug her into complete submission or "enhance" her to follow our commands... If you would provide me with some souls, I might even buy a Lazarian spinesucker parasite, which could dominate her, while I could control the parasite through pheromone implant remotely... Or maybe I could empty her bowelsss and fill them with clockwork designs, this would give us most control over her... What do you think would be the bessst option?>>669108You shut your eyes in pain as you feel a part of your soul being torn permanently apart from you. You gain d3 Insanity.>Magnifisssent! We have dream contained, now I will copy it and upload it to the voidweb datacoresss... +++Roll Csvakshek's intelligence (72)Voidweb Initiate (+10)vs. Razorguard Watchers vs. Denizens of the voidweb +++Players can make all of these rolls.>>669121>>669100Spreading the word wide enough to attract offers will cost 10 souls unless you try to bargain with the representative of the slave dealer guild. Y/N?+++If you want to go to the beastmaster, choose means of transportation:>On foot through the webway>Pay a sky-runner to get you there>Take some vehicle yourselfRoll 2d100 - drive and awareness
Rolled 2 (1d3)>>669155Rolling for san loss.
Rolled 85 (1d100)>>669155>Roll Csvakshek's intelligence (72)>Voidweb Initiate (+10)rollin
Rolled 69 (1d100)>>669155Razorguard Int>Take some vehicle yourselfI guess, seems like people wanna go find the beastmaster.
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>669155Rolling for voidweb.
Rolled 3, 6 = 9 (2d10)>>669155>Roll 2d100 - drive and awarenessI say we drive, Montus has all dem nifty driving skills and a reroll for navigation if necessary
Rolled 24, 59 = 83 (2d100)>>669172wrong dice, lemme redo that
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>669161>>669163>>669167Razorguard: 29pts of failureCsvakshek: 3pts of failureDenizens: 1pt of failure+++A few rumours appear in the voidweb claiming that the true origin of the new dream making fun of Vorl'Xoelanth are of Mon'keigh making. One of the more famous voidcasters has claimed that when rewatching that dream he felt connection with the Mon'keigh who created the dream and that he's still alive. The question then appears - how did Mon'keigh's clean dream end up on the voidweb..? +++Meanwhile other Kabals laugh at the Kabal of the Dying Sun. Xoelanth's reputation suffers significantly and older Dark Eldar whisper that blood is about to spilt, either to protect the honour of the Kabal or to end the weak Kabal once and for all, it's going to happen soon, but nobody knows when exactly...>>669172>>669177I am rolling for Commoragh.
>>669223>it's going to happen soon, but nobody knows when exactly...We have to make sure our strike force is ever-ready, and we need to ensure we're immediately alerted when anything goes down. Try and scout out entry points to use when most of the kabal's forces are distracted.
Rolled 3, 10, 9 = 22 (3d10)>>669223>>669177You once more borrow gravbike from Xynthia. The ride is smooth in the beginning, you leave Bone Middens unmolested, however as you approach River Khaides, things start getting a bit more dangerous. You manage to successfully avoid an ongoing riot, evade two Razorguard patrols and hide from a Kabal strike force leaving for a raid, but when you are quite close to the webway gate which should lead to where you are going, you hear the hum of a few gravbikes emerging from a side alley.+Dark Eldar Gravgang+Aggression: 60Speed: 70Firepower: 35Assault: 45Number of gravbikes: 2d10Number of Dark Eldar: bikes + d10Wild screams full of anger and joy reach your ears. They are not going to let you go easily. Will you try to outrun them, scare them away or will you try tokill as many of them as possible?>>669231Would you be able to create a page for Montus' retinue?
>>669272Let fly with a burst of bolts to discourage them, then try to outrun them.Y/N?
>>669280>Y/N?YCan't gather souls while driving anyway
>>669280Yes, but try to hit one or two of them. They're more likely to seek easier prey if they're injured.
>>669295>inb4 the gang respawns and never stops hounding us, dying & respawning every time like some kind of grimdark team rocket
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>669272+Dark Eldar Gravgang+Aggression: 60Speed: 70Firepower: 35Assault: 45Gravbikes: 13Gangers: 22The gang approaches you at full (or fool?) speed and a few giggling drugged up gangers try to board your grav-bike. [rolling close combat attack, +20 because of their numbers and aggression]+++Roll for the quality of Xynthia's gravbike(d10):1-2. Poor old model, wytches don't use gravbikes much (Speed 35)3 - 7. Average gravbike, nothing special, but does it's job. (Speed 50)8-9. Raider gravbike, fast and lightly armoured, with integrated needle cannon (Speed 65)10. Custom built racing gravbike (Speed 80)
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>669308pimp my ride
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>669308Kickstart my heart!
>>669308>>669313Your old grav-bike is too slow to outrun customised ganger bikes. You hear muffled shots from both sides and you notice with a corner of your eye two harpoons flying towards your bike, but only on of them latches onto it, most likely magnetic grip. Then two Dark Eldar jump onto your gravbike with wild war cries in their throats...+++Roll weapon skill + driving. Halve one of these skills. Failing driving might mean crashing, failing fighting might mean getting stabbed. It's not a contested roll.
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>669353halve weapon skill, a crash is more likely to be fatal than getting stabbedrolling WS
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>669353Driving.
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>669353rolling weapon skill
Rolled 4 (1d100)>>669371>>669353fuck you diceDRIVING
Rolled 8, 9, 1 = 18 (3d10)>>669367>>669373Agility (48) + Driver (5) + Ace Pilot (20) = 73+Driving success+WS (45:2) = 23+Fighting failure+One of the Dark Eldar lands on your back and stabs you in the shoulder, you feel serrated blade penetrate your skin and black carapace. Rolling damage (2d10; +d10 to see if weapon is poisoned, 30% chance - 8/9/10 on the last d10). The other Dar Eldar jumped from the side trying to grab onto your arm, but you concentrated on driving and dived to the side. Ganger screams as she falls to her death some two hundred meters below. Dark Eldar: 21+++Because you have succeeded drive, you can choose:>try to ram one of their bikes>go higher>go lower>turn towards the river>turn towards the slums>turn towards the spires>put everything you got into the engine (+20 speed, one time)+++What do you do next?
>>669422RAM THE CUNTS NO MERCYEMPEROR PROTECTS
>>669433Using the rolled 4 according to chat due to it disappearing before
>>669422>>try to ram one of their bikesDO IT!Also; heyoooo
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>669433>>669377>>669439I'll take this roll for your ramming. +++Montus, in pain and anger, decides that it's time to let gangers taste a bit of their own medicine. He speeds up and then suddenly dives down, forcing pursuers to take risky maneuvers in order to keep up. Then, he suddenly kills his engine for a moment and then starts it up and jumps to the side, dragging another gravbike, which is still connected to the harpoon. Two gangers sitting on it are either too slow or too stoned to react and you maneuver them into a nearby spire. With a loud exposion of their engine, your pursuers die a fiery death and you regain full control of your vehicle. Two more of the grav-bikes try to flank you, but you ram one of them to the side and it smashes into a support column, while you approach the other one and kick it's driver out of his seat.Kills: 4 Eldar, 3 bikesDeal 3d10 Aggression damageRolling for DE Aggression
>>669503>while you approach the other one and kick it's driver out of his seat.Can we take his grav bike? Must be better than our current one.
Rolled 5, 8, 10 = 23 (3d10)>>669503rolling for aggression damage
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>669509Your current one is definitely suited to your Space Marine bulk, but you can give it a try, maybe it will suit you. You need to roll your Acrobatics to successfully jump from bike to bike in the middle of combat. You are about 180m in the air at the moment.>>669514Aggression decreased to 37>>669503Deaths of their comrades discourage Dark Eldar slightly, but they continue pursuit, their honour is now at stake! They decide to rake you with their needle pistols, rolling to hit.
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>669532>Your current one is definitely suited to your Space Marine bulk, but you can give it a try, maybe it will suit you. You need to roll your Acrobatics to successfully jump from bike to bike in the middle of combat. You are about 180m in the air at the moment.sounds like death>>669532>olling to hit.sounds like a failureLet's show them how to shoot
>>669538>Rolled 9 (1d100)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH0DvEuKf_s
>>669538Roll meant for>Let's show them how to shootof course
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>669532When the gang unleashed hail of needles his way, Montus dove to the side and used one of the front enemy bikes to soak up the needles. Two of the Eldar die screaming at the hands of their comrades and their bike spirals down into the mist below. One of them happens to be he leader of the gang, which immediately forces the rest of the gang to reconsider pursuing you...-10 Aggression, rolling it again to see whether they will continue
>>669545Eat shit hedonist dipshits!
>>669545>>669538The gang continues pursuit despite the death of their leader, but does so with a lot less zeal than before... And then you decide to show the the fury of the Emperor. Standard Mark III drum-magazine bolter is a terrifying weapon in it's own right, but the best thing about it is the killing power which every bolt contains. While grav-bikes might be lightly armoured, it means nothing to your diamond tipped ammunition, a single bolt is enough to rip graceful construct apart, sending them crashing down. You empty a whole magazine, it's enough to destroy half the pursuing bikes and send the other half with tails between their legs.Bikes destroyed: 3d3Do you continue on your way or attempt to go down into the mist to look for and loot wreckage?
Rolled 3, 2, 3 = 8 (3d3)>>669572>continue on your wayBetter move along before anyone else comes along, the rest of the gang will probably be picking up their ally's carcasses to take them to the haemos.
>>669572How high are we currently?Also I am new to CQ, do we get XP for this?
>>669584Is going down really that dangerous? We will have to pay with something for that Techmonkey.
>>669596I'd rather not get in the middle of some street battle over corpses and bikes and valuables. We've already pushed our luck enough imo.
>>669586>Also I am new to CQ, do we get XP for this?Most likely, as I said in the chat>Masculinity is its own reward
>>669584+Results+-1 magazine-17 HPMontus gain +2 xp Twenty minutes later, Montus lands in the docks of River Khaide. In front of him he sees huge cages and holding pens, mostly empty, but some containing various exotic creatures. The pens are guarded by a few Dark Eldar guards. You decide not to risk it and slip past them unnoticed towards what appears to be dockmaster's observation post. Hiding behind the crates you notice two Dark Eldar arguing with each other. From what you can make out, it's about a price of a shipment of Tau females to the Lords of the Iron Thorn. Eventually, far from satisfied, but slaver leaves. You skulk through shadows and then appear in front of the beast master.>Greetings. I come on behalf of Xynthia, the one who owned you once.Beast master, heavily tatooed Dark Eldar of bleach white skin, draws his blade immediately in defence. However once your words sink in, he sheathes it, but his face still betrays slight shock, though you are unsure whether it's because he was suprised, because of what you said or because of you presence itself.>May your blade tastes flesh, just like your flesh tasted blade. If you speak on her behalf, I will listen. Please, come to my den, I would rather so that my underlings wouldn't see you. What is it you want from me?
>>669638>>May your blade tastes flesh, just like your flesh tasted blade. If you speak on her behalf, I will listen. Please, come to my den, I would rather so that my underlings wouldn't see you. What is it you want from me?"I come in search of a xenos known as a Jokaero."
>>669638This>>669646and "I might also be interested in some pets. Something good for assaults."
>>669646>Jokaero... Jokaero. Oh, right, Ja'rayah. You Mon'keigh always mangle up words so badly. Hm... You are a lucky person, I just happen to have one in my pens at the moment. He's a crafty one, always trying to build something to escape, gotta watch him 24/7. He's not for torture, he's interesting because of what he is. Ok, let's make a deal, I am willing to part with him for a modest sum of 5000 souls. Because I respect mistress Xynthia, I will decrease this to 4000 souls and you can have the monkey-thing. Is it a deal?>>669654>Hmm... There are multiple options for that. My trueborn brother actually is a renowned breeder, specialising in warpbeasts. Or if you prefer something more stable, I have a batch of lobotomised orks, I'll sell them at an unmatched rate of 7 souls per unit, I got 200 ready for gladiatorial games that got cancelled. They are obedient and violent, connoisseurs choice!
>>669675"I have five fresh, 'special' souls on me right now. I can offer them as a downpayment. However I have it on good authority that there may be a big kabal-war occurring sometime soon. Tell me, how much is an opportunity to raid & loot a kabal spire worth to you?"Y/N?
>>669682I see nothing wrong with the idea.However I don't see much of anything
>>669698I'm asking if he might loan us use of the jokaero for the duration of the raid, as we will let him and his own raiding crew use our entry point to loot the spire themselves.We both win.
>>669701Didn't we want harambe for armour maintenance and fixing/actually getting proper weapons?
>>669705Afaik a jokaero will be able to do that for us in the leadup to the raid.>beep boop gimme ur bolter30seconds later>here it's a super death beam gun nowthanks monkey!
>>669682>>669701>I am a businessman first, raider second, my friend. This kind of information would be worth something to someone, but not for me and not now. Also I have just met you, so it will take time before I trust your word. Yes, 5 'special' souls would be a good down-payment so that I could keep the monkey for you until you gather the rest of the sum. Alternatively, I could borrow this creature to you for two weeks for this price. But beware, his life is worth a lot to me, literally, so you would be responsible for his safe return.
>>669710>two week rent-an-apeShould we? Just make it spend two solid weeks upgrading Montus and his merc crew's gear?
>>669717I like it, take harambe properly then.If we can make the money in the meanwhile to buy him permanently we could maybe take him back to the chapter
>>669717>>669729Just so you know; It's best if we don't go anywhere during the rent, sit by it, and make sure it works on ours stuff.Because if it flees while we leave, we'll be left in a serious debt
>>669732Indeed. Also try and keep it on task.>No Harambe, make it *better*!>NO! Shiny filigree on the stock is not *better*!>Aaaarghhhh>Ook?
>>669737Okay so you don't wanna go anywhere and do anything afer we got him? I am okay with that, but no leaving it along after the rent.
>>669745>Okay so you don't wanna go anywhere and do anything afer we got him?I have some inquiries to make regarding getting two of our friend respawned, but we can do that while watching monkeyboy.
>>669749No I meant shit like going out to do something on the other side of the city, and leaving Harambe at Xyintia's
>>669732>>669729>>669717>>669737>Wonderful! We have a deal, let me show you the way. By the way, they call me Shiyar, Shiyar the White, just in case we need to do more business again.Beastmaster leads you into the dungeons beneath the docks. Thee, in one of the numerous cells, awaits your new companion. Shiyar opens heavily armoured door and in front of you sits an orange ape-like creature dressed in a loose and apparently slightly modified Imperial guard flak jacket. Shiyar explains:>He had this one when we took him. Not sure where he got it from, but it's his and he could get violent if you try to take it away.You approach the creature and notice that the flak jacket still has the name badge on it:PVT. H. ARAMABEJokaero looks at you and smiles:>Oooooook?+Session over+Thanks for playing, please deduct souls from your account.
>>669737>>669732>>669729Lost my post, you got Jokaero, will post again next session. Session over, goodnight!
>>669762>PVT. H. ARAMABEZozzle
>>668981OH SHITThis/You are still alive
>>673067You an old player?
>>673076Of chapter quest yeah I thought this and skarg were both dead
>>673154Never. Been on some long hiatuses though. You had a name or posted as anon?
>>673161Nah just keep forgetting to turn this trip off
>>673168Nah I know no one called Malficar ever played. Just wondering if you were one of the other dozens of names that we've had over the years.Anyway if you're interested you can keep an eye on http://chapterquest.wikia.com/wiki/Next_SessionI'll always keep this updated with latest news from skargan. All other quest info is on wiki too.
Buying a tau fire squad when