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    48 KB True Heroes Part 6 !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)11:13 No.5110513  
    Part 2.5: http://4chan.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/5080043/
    Part 3: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/5090159/
    Part 4: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/5092620/
    Part 5: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/5099924/
    Part 5.5: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/5103895/#5104858

    “What do we do?”

    The man spun around in the chair within his office, entwining his fingers in his lap before raises his head to stare out the window. His receptionist, of whom he occasionally confided in, stood in silence in front of his desk.

    “Wen is a shell of his former self; ergo he’s no longer an issue. If he was, Raven would have been returned to us in pieces – grim reaper or not. Continue with Project Luna, and get me something to drink as well, if you don’t mind.”

    The woman nodded her head before walking out of the room at a brisk pace. His sudden self-reflection cut the silence of his empty office like a knife. “Sometimes… I wonder about this world…”


    The three walked in relative silence as they had begun their adventure to the border that separated Septima and Din, each consumed in their own thoughts. Before they know it, they’ve reached a familiar crossroads.

    [ ] Left; Sermin
    [ ] Right; Ceruda

    Kuhn approached the post and chipped off the dried mud that had managed to find a way to on top the words.

    >Which way?
    >>>Going through Sermin would be quicker, but, if they have any wind of our plans, then we’d be going deeper into Septima territory.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:14 No.5110520
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:15 No.5110527
    Head to Sermin, see about stealing a car.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:16 No.5110534
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    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:18 No.5110543
    [X] through Sermin. We can gather more and better information of what's happening if it's closer. Without using the meta you just provided us, I would think they would have tried to hunt us down by now if they wanted to get us. It IS a whole month later
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:23 No.5110573
    [ ] Through Sermin

    I believe we fucked up enough things in Ceruda.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:26 No.5110592

    1. We blew up a fucking hotel (sort of) and are known as criminals.
    2. If they haven't come after us in a month they obviously have no clue what we are up to so it's no biggie.
    3. We haven't seen the place before, we need all the new experiences we can get to try and jog something loose.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:28 No.5110602
    Eh, I'm indifferent about locations. Sermin
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)11:30 No.5110619
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    After a brief deliberation, you decide to head through Sermin. You feel that if the Government itself wanted you dead already, you would be dead. After all, you were comatose for roughly a month.

    It doesn’t take more than an hour or two to reach the City of Sermin, the time of which is spent in silence. However, when you begin to approach city lines, you notice that the entrance is being protected by military personnel. You haven’t a clue why, but you do know you can’t simply waltz in.

    The three of you hide near a small bush, close enough to the entrance to clearly see what’s going on, but far enough to avoid detected.

    >>Nothing can ever be easy, can it?
    >If it were, would it be half as fun?
    >>>I suppose not.

    The three of you deliberate in whispers to decide your next move.

    [ ] Look for another way in
    [ ] Take out the soldiers
    [ ] Waltz in nonchalantly
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:33 No.5110635
    What is this, a walled city? Just circle around and go in through a different route.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:33 No.5110638
    Look for another way in. If no way presents itself, waltz in. It's unlikely the soldiers are there for you anyway.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:34 No.5110641


    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)11:35 No.5110646

    It is indeed walled. You'll see why soon enough.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:35 No.5110648
    Given that Septima just declared war, they could very well just be part of a garrison with no interest in you.

    Waltz in nonchalantly. Shoot the breeze with them for a few minutes if they seem pretty chill.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:36 No.5110652
    See if there are any monitoring devices preventing you from just climbing over.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:36 No.5110654
    Go around.
    If that doesn't work then who is going to expect the master revolutionary to try to sneak in wearing a mustache.
    They'll just think we're a look alike with really unfortunate facial hair.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:38 No.5110668
    >You haven’t a clue why, but you do know you can’t simply waltz in.

    Memory alert here guys, waltzing in would be a bad idea.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:39 No.5110669

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:40 No.5110676
    Just waltz in. They shouldn't be looking for you, and if they have issue, they probably won't attack you. You can go around then.

    However, before this transpires, we must, MUST be wearing the MUSTACHE!
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:44 No.5110709

    fine, then once again search for another way in.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)11:46 No.5110718
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    >I have a brilliant idea.

    Your two comrades look up with you while you smile confidently. You reach in your pocket and whip something dark, first swinging it to your side to allow it to gleam in the afternoon sun and then sticking it on your face.


    They just look at you with awe and give no response to your actions, eventually just ignoring you and speaking among the two of them. You scoff at them and take off toward the city on your own, neither of them realizing until you’re a few yards from the soldiers. They begin to panic, but calm down to see you shooting the breeze with their potential enemy; your finger curled the hair around the ends of the fake mustache as you nodded to what the men said, proceeding to bid them good day before you went inside the city.

    Selene and Kuhn glanced at one another before proceeding to run after you – however, they wasted no time with those who guarded the city, which said people found rude. Once inside, you smirked at them as you tore off your mustache and put it in your pocket.

    When you first take notice to the city, you can see it is military controlled. You see soldiers walk around with one another, weaponless, while the civilians simply cower in their homes. You, Selene, and Kuhn stare at one another for a few moments before walking further inside the city.

    [ ] Find a place to stay for the night (It’s early afternoon)
    [ ] Train (may raise soldier suspicion)
    [ ] Fuck shit up
    [ ] Investigate the City
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:46 No.5110727

    Waltzing in, and waltzing in disguised are two different things.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:51 No.5110771

    [ ] Investigate the City
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:51 No.5110773
    Only real solution is to investigate the city.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)11:52 No.5110775
    Find a place to stay the night followed by investigating the city. Those in the local inn should be able to provide a point of reference for where to start investigating...
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)12:00 No.5110850
    You decide to quickly investigate the city – the amount of fortification and soldiers here is beyond unnatural, but you’re unsure where to start.

    [ ] Back Alley’s
    [ ] Inn
    [ ] Square
    [ ] Random Homes
    [ ] Pub/Bar
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:02 No.5110866
    Heroes guide 101: Pubs/bars are always the best places for information. Start there, proceed to town square
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:04 No.5110879
    Pub/Bar. Best place to find information and allies.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:04 No.5110882
    a local Pub. Always a juicy half-truth to be gleaned from the patrons, as well as a tab of solid intel from the local barkeep.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:05 No.5110888
    I'm going to assume in this universe it is considered rude to randomly barge into homes and check their clocks for elixers?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:07 No.5110907

    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)12:23 No.5111017
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    The three of you decide to start at the bar; they’re usually the best source of information. It takes a little bit of searching but you find it soon.

    Theme Music: http://www.supload.com/listen?s=9oNwfq

    The moment you near the bar, you see someone burst through the door, unwillingly, of course. He lay there for a few moments – a soldier – before he stood to face his aggressor. “What, do you want to be arrested again, Saiga? Because I can give you another month in jail since you just seem to love rushing back day after day!” The man stepped out of the broken doorway and into the open. “It’s rude to chase after women who have no interest in you. Jail me if you want, I’ll just do it again when I get out.” The soldier gritted his teeth before lunging forward with his fist drawn. The man known as Saiga simply moved out of the way of his punches, weaving in and out of each blow.

    “You bastard,” the embarrassed soldier started. “Do you directly oppose the Septima Government?” His expression didn’t change as he stared the soldier right in the eye. “The Government? I have no interest in your affairs, but I can’t ignore a screaming lady or general injustice.” The soldier expression shifted from anger to amusement. “Well, you’ll have plenty of time to think about it later when you’re jailed. Maybe they’ll keep you in for more than a month this time.”

    The soldier simply walks away instead of trying to fight any longer. Saiga looks at you as if he’s just noticing your existence. “I haven’t seen you around before.”

    [ ] “Yeah, we just arrived.”
    [ ] “Who are you?”
    [ ] “What’s going on?”
    [ ] “Wow, you’re so cool!”
    [ ] Say nothing
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:30 No.5111053

    [ ] “Yeah, we just arrived.”
    [ ] “Who are you?”
    [ ] “What’s going on?”

    In this order.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:30 No.5111062
    Ignore him. we don't need to be associating ourselves with people wanted by the law, regardless of how noble they act.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:32 No.5111067
    [X] “Yeah, we just arrived.”
    [X] “What’s going on?”
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:34 No.5111079
    Is Saiga a tenor? It's all we're missing for our barbershop quartet.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:37 No.5111093

    If anyone joins, it's really up to us. I mean, we've had the option to not bring Kuhn/Selene along - the latter we actually force.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:39 No.5111103
    >jailtime a month ago

    I have a feeling we could have met him a month ago, etc. etc.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:40 No.5111106
    Oh you know she wants us...
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:42 No.5111118
    Pump him for information but ditch before the guards show up to arrest him.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)12:42 No.5111119
    “Yeah, we just arrived.”

    Saiga scans each of your beings as if analyzing your strengths. Then again, you can’t tell with his impassive eyes if he’s ogling or doing something else. “What exactly is going on here?” You say to him, referencing the seemingly overabundance of soldiers and no civilians. “Nothing,” he responds. “This is how it’s always been for years.” You wonder why the walls of the City are so high despite not being near Nova. “I apologize, but I have to be going now.”

    Saiga walks away after answering your questions, leaving you to ponder your next move.

    [ ] What now?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:43 No.5111124
    I don't know why, but I sense a really awesome arc about to happen. I don't know, maybe it's because of our "death" last night.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:47 No.5111155
    Talk to the bartender.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:49 No.5111167
    Talk to the bartender while your companions hit up the nearby patrons for information.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:51 No.5111175
    Ask Kuhn to gather information. Mack on Selene while he's out of the way.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)12:58 No.5111228
    You enter the bar and the first thing you notice is that, just like outside, there’s a mass of soldiers. However, it seems that some of them are sitting and talking up women, most in a drunken stupor. You approach the bartender while making sure to keep one eye on what’s happening in the room.

    “What can I do for you?”

    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)12:59 No.5111234
    We just swung in off the road. Why are there all these soldiers?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:00 No.5111237
    What are our financial resources like here?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:02 No.5111256
    "I and my companions wish for you to fetch us some frosty beers and fancy outfits. Also, a glass of your finest information, please."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:04 No.5111277
    In before the bartender makes a wildly popular drink called "finest information."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:04 No.5111278
    can i rephrase?
    "We just swung off the road, why is this town so militarized?"

    this way, we don't get a "it was always like this" answer.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)13:06 No.5111303
    “What’s the deal with all the soldiers?” You say. However, you soon notice that the room falls silent at your words. “… Are you new here,” the bartender asks nervously. “Yes, just passing through.” The noise of the building soon returns in full force. “There’s no deal, they just use this city… as a resting facility. Yes, that’s it.” You raise your eyebrow at his words, finding them suspicious, but decide not to press the issue. “3 beers, please.”

    The bartender nervously fulfills your request and the three of you sit down to discuss your plans with alcohol in hand.

    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:07 No.5111312
    Why the fuck would a bartender have fancy outfits?

    Order some drinks, subtly inquire about sidequests.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:11 No.5111345


    Read that and be enlightened, broseph.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:12 No.5111352
    lean in close and ask the bartender quietly: "What's all this about? Even if the military is a mainstay here, I've never heard of all this hoopla over an army town."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:12 No.5111353
    Make a note that the soldiers are a touchy subject and you are unlikely to gather any information about them in a public place.

    Put on mustache and proceed to throw a wild dance party.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:12 No.5111354
    Sounds like something is going on in the town, and I think it will be interesting to fuck it up before we proceed. Opinions?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:18 No.5111398

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:19 No.5111404
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)13:19 No.5111410
    >>>It seems talk about the state of the town is enough to send fear into the civilians.
    >Yeah. They’re all inside their homes.
    >>Looks like we won’t be getting information in a public place.

    The three of you nod at the same time. Your group meeting is interrupted by a drunken soldier whose eye had captured Selene; he sat down next to her, leaning on uncomfortable close while wrapping his hand around her should. “Come on, woman… let’s go someplace a bit quieter.” You can see his other hand go under the table, no doubt to her legs.

    [ ] Stop him
    [ ] Do nothing
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:21 No.5111431
    Do something. I don't like him touching her should.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:24 No.5111454
    Tell Selene "I'd like to stop him, but I think you deserve to have some fun. Feel free to ruin his shit."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:24 No.5111458

    Stop him.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:25 No.5111467

    [ ] Do nothing

    Selene can handle herself.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:26 No.5111478

    I'm conflicted. If we stop him, it'll no doubt turn into an argument, which will cause trouble for us.

    If we don't, Selene is going to beat the hell out of him, which will also cause trouble.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:27 No.5111485
    Stop him. For HIS sake, not hers.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:28 No.5111488
    It's a bar full of soldiers, and this guy came over by himself. If she beats holy hell out of him for bad touching, his buddies are just going to laugh because he got flattened by a girl.
    >> The Dooj 07/06/09(Mon)13:28 No.5111492
    >of whom he occasionally confided in


    Otherwise, good going.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:29 No.5111494
    That soldier is touching our woman.

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:30 No.5111499
    Stop both him AND Selene.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)13:32 No.5111517
    >I suggest you stop.
    >>>I suggest you stop.

    You and Kuhn glance at one another and you wonder to yourself that if you didn’t say anything, would he have? The soldier cocks his head and snorts. “And just who the hell are you?” His arm “slyly” slides down her shoulder to her breast. The moment it touched it, she grabbed his hand and squeezed it, the man coiling in pain. The other soldiers in the restaurant stood up, making you do so as well in defense. As her grip worsened, her began to cry louder.

    [ ] Tell Selene to stop and sit back down
    [ ] Leave the bar
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:32 No.5111518
    >[x] Stop him
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:33 No.5111528

    Or they'll attack in defense of their comrades pain since you, apparently, think they can do whatever they want. It can go either way.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:33 No.5111529
    >[x] Other

    Just wait for a moment, see what Selene's planning on doing before jumping to any conclusions.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:33 No.5111532
    Step back and let Selene continue her fine work on him.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:34 No.5111539
    this is a good point. you should only make a cursory attempt at stopping him, like giving him a fair warning. if he still insists, you can't say he didn't know what he was getting into...
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:35 No.5111547
    Selene has changed (somewhat), she won't kill him. Let her make her statement. If it becomes trouble, leave.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:36 No.5111557

    Tell Selene to stop and sit back down. Then tell her that what she should actually have done is grabbed his scrotum and squeezed while twisting; it would get the point across even faster. Demonstrate the proper technique for said groin attack on PFC Dipshit here as we talk with her. And talk in a calm voice.

    Also, tell the soldiers that if they sit back down, you'll buy them a round. If they don't, you'll introduce them to the same world of pain PFC Dipshit is in at the moment.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:38 No.5111569
    Offer to buy a round for the soldiers, but don't threaten them. That's asking for trouble.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:39 No.5111574
    "It appears that we are no longer welcome here. I suppose this bar is for aling and wenching only. Selene, could you release the poor man? I think you might make him cry. Good day chaps."
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)13:39 No.5111578
    You and Kuhn decide to wait and see what Selene does. After she notices the soldiers rising from their seats, she lets go of her victim’s hand and leaves. The two of you follow her but not before leaving the money for the beer on the table. She walks ahead of the two of you; you think about approaching her, but in the back of your mind, you feel anything you might say about the incident would sound condescending.

    [ ] Look for a place to stay
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:41 No.5111586

    Mention to them that if they want to admire Selene's beauty, they can do it from over there. Unwanted touching is highly discouraged. Give PFC Dipshit's nads a quarter-turn for emphasis when you say this.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:41 No.5111592
    Talk to her about it before we turn in for the night, but first find a place to stay. Preferably one with minimal military stay ins
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:42 No.5111595
    Look for a place to stay, and ask Selene if the two of you can talk later.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:42 No.5111596
    Ask what she thinks our best course of action is: Continuing attempting to dig up info or finding a place?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:43 No.5111600
    Find a place to stay, then continue to explore the town until just before nightfall. At that point, head back to our chosen inn and rest.

    Also, check to make sure that we weren't just followed out of the bar.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:43 No.5111601
    "Thank you for not killing him. Though, it would have been completely justified. So, shall we find a place to stay?"
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)13:45 No.5111619
    >[ ] Other

    Ask her is she's okay, and sound concerned for her.

    It may warm her up a bit.

    Then >[ ] Look for a place to stay

    And make sure we're not being followed
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)13:50 No.5111651
    >What should we do now?
    >>>Probably look for a place to stay. It’d be best to make the arrangements now. I doubt we we’re going to get any more information – and we probably shouldn’t search if we aren’t going to get involved.

    The three of you turn this town upside down, pretty much just stopping what you’re doing and sitting right there in front of it when you had given up your search.

    >Well, that was lucky.

    You go inside and talk to the kind innkeeper. He smiles at you before running down his guest list.

    >3 rooms.

    You notice his face grows discouraged at your request. “There’re only two available, sir.” You nod that you’ll take them since you couldn’t find another place to stay. The three of you form a miniature huddle as you decide who’s sleeping where.

    >>>So who’s bunkin’ with who?

    [ ] Adahn and Kuhn
    [ ] Adahn and Selene
    [ ] Selene and Kuhn
    [ ] Let Kuhn decide
    [ ] Let Selene decide
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:55 No.5111675

    We take two rooms, put down "Adahn and Selene" as being in one, then we go bear and move the bed from that room into the one that "Kuhn" is marked down for.

    All three of us stay in the same room, so that in case something goes wrong the group isn't separated from each other.

    Alternatively, Selene in one bed, Kuhn in the other, us as the "bear-skin rug" on the floor to give a nasty surprise to anyone trying to fuck with us.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:55 No.5111678
    [X] Let Selene decide

    I'd like her bunking with someone on the off chance that the drunken soldiers try and even the score while she's sleeping. I don't care who it is, but if she's become a target I want someone close by to back her up if shit hits the fan.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:56 No.5111685
    Let Selene decide, she's the one who just got felt on. Regardless of what she decides, talk to her before you all turn in.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:57 No.5111695
    Let Selene decide.

    If she decides Adahn and Kuhn are sharing a room, head out and get some whores for the both of you.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)13:59 No.5111710
    [X] Let Selene decide.

    She'll probably end up taking a room by herself, but at least there wouldn't be any issue with her trying to bat anyone away, literally.

    alternatively, I like the "we all bunk in the same room" deal.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:00 No.5111727

    This. Minus the bear skin. I'm pretty sure everyone would be on board for sleeping in the same room.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:01 No.5111729
    I think us all sleeping together is a good idea too, but i still think letting her choose is the best idea, because then it wouldn't be us implying anything through our choice.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:05 No.5111767
    >Ask her is she's okay, and sound concerned for her.

    >It may warm her up a bit.
    >Then >[ ] Look for a place to stay
    >And make sure we're not being followed

    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:05 No.5111768
    >Hm… -side glance- What do you think, Selene?
    >>Given our current situation, we should all probably sleep in one room. If something happens, we’re together.

    You and Kuhn nod in agreement. You turn around and write down that Selene has a room of her own while you and Kuhn, the room you’re actually sleeping in, are sharing. You place the pen down on the pad and the innkeeper gives you the keys with a smile.

    [ ] Turn in for the night
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:06 No.5111776
    [ ] Turn in for the night
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:07 No.5111790
    Talk to Selene about what happened in the bar.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:07 No.5111796
    [X] Other: Talk to Selene
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:08 No.5111804
    Set up some way to make sure that we know if someone tries to break into either room.

    Get some grub, get washed up, then spend some time just swapping stories and bonding before we turn in for the night.

    And thank Selene again for everything she's done for us, especially since we dragged her into all of this. But do it in some way that's sincere without sounding condescending.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:09 No.5111811
    Talk to Selene, try to obtain a newspaper and snacks.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:11 No.5111831
    For all of you saying to talk to Selene... I don't think she's the talking type. I mean, she seems more "meh" and, if she wanted to speak, she would do so.

    But that's just my opinion.

    [ ] Go to rooms, put beds together, order room service of some sort
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:11 No.5111837
    Ask Kuhn if he'd mind letting you and Selene talk privately.

    We need to let her know we appreciate her care since the incident at the prison. Also, though it would suck to not have her around, shit is getting serious. It may be best to give her the option to leave the group.

    I mean seriously, we're an amnesiac wanted by the Septima government for reasons we barely understand, with no clear goals. What would Mayor Mustache think if we got his daughter killed?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:14 No.5111859
    This. Deepening trust is always good. Make sure jokes are told & relaxation is had.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:14 No.5111872
    There's a lot of unspokenness between us at Selene at this point. I think it would alleviate some of the tension or some such if we had some words. If she doesn't want to talk, she'll make that abundantly clear.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:15 No.5111878
    We should talk with Kuhn a bit while we're at it. We've been kind of ignoring him. Not such a hot idea with a guy we're trusting to get our back when shit hits the fan.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:18 No.5111898
    The three of you head to your rooms, wasting very little time to take the bed in Selene’s room and putting it where you would all be sleeping. Afterward, Kuhn gave a small yawn and walked toward the door, his stomach growling when he opened it.

    >>>I’m going to go get us some food.

    He closed the door, leaving you two alone.

    >Selene, I wanted to thank you for what yo-

    Her eyes scanned the room as if she were making a battle plan.

    >>I didn’t do it for you.
    >I see…

    You become slightly discouraged at your words.

    >Then I went to thank you for taking care of me since the prisoner incident.
    >>Sure. Whatever.

    She walked over to the window, staring downward at the soldiers who explored the town.

    >>Don’t thank me anymore. It’s annoying.

    [ ] “Fine.”
    [ ] “I’ll thank you when I want.”
    [ ] Say nothing.
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:20 No.5111924

    This, Selene would probably feel more comfortable knowing we appreciate her concern, but we can't forget Kuhn.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:21 No.5111932
    "Tough girl shield again? Alright, we can play that kind of ball."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:22 No.5111940

    Put on a shit-eating grin and say, "Understood. Thanks for letting me know."

    Then serious the fuck up and ask her if the soldiers down there are doing anything peculiar.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:23 No.5111943

    [ ] Other, even though she doesn't want to hear it, she should know we mean it.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:24 No.5111950

    [ ] Fine, but know I mean it.

    Best answer.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:24 No.5111951
    Say nothing, but look dejected. It will make Selene feel guilty and thus cause her to try and make it up to us.

    Alternatively, since /tg/ is obviously getting very moe~ for Selene, I would suggest we respond:
    [X] Other: "As you wish"
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)14:25 No.5111953
    [x] Other

    *Stand up, fold arms*

    Look, stow the tough-guy act, we're on the same side, you don't have to impress me. I wanted to thank you because I value what you bring to the team. More importantly, are you okay? If the whole room wouldn't have stood up, I'd have ripped that guy's head off.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:26 No.5111960

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:26 No.5111962
    "Fine. You obviously aren't looking for the sensitive type. Want to fuck?"
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:27 No.5111971
    Because I'm so very nice, I'm going to write all the options, but keep the most popular choice as canon. Yay?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:29 No.5111984
    Very yay.
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)14:29 No.5111985

    yay, thank you
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:29 No.5111987
    She's gotten better....somewhat.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:33 No.5112026
    Yay indeed.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:34 No.5112032
    >Tough girl shield again? Alright, we can play that kind of ball.

    She turns her head toward you, her expression reflecting that of annoyance.

    >>Maybe you should go help Kuhn with getting food.

    Affection Lowered


    > Look, stow the tough-guy act, we're on the same side, you don't have to impress me. I wanted to thank you because I value what you bring to the team. More importantly, are you okay? If the whole room wouldn't have stood up, I'd have ripped that guy's head off.

    She says nothing for a few moments.

    >>Shut. Up.

    Affection lowered.


    >Fine, but know I mean it(this includes all posts that come remotely close to this option).

    She remains quiet, her attention outside.

    >Are the soldiers doing anything?
    >>Not that I can see.

    The awkwardness is destroyed prematurely as Kuhn opens the door with food.

    >>>Time to eat.

    While eating, you come up with an idea.

    >Hey, Kuhn. I don’t know much about you.
    >>>Well, what do you want to know?

    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:34 No.5112039
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    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:36 No.5112054

    See? I told you. She doesn't like to be looked down upon and doesn't like people defending her. She also doesn't seem to like "niceness" too much either so... stop being all white knightish.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:37 No.5112062
    What did he do to get arrested in the first place?

    What compelled him to stick around after escaping the prison?

    Does he routinely ask women he just met if he can see their tits?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:37 No.5112064
    What one do we keep? Do we have a vote? If so:

    >Fine, but know I mean it(this includes all posts that come remotely close to this option).
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:38 No.5112073

    Yes since that's the more popular option.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:39 No.5112077
    How about "I'm not thanking you for you. I'm thanking you to remind myself of all the stuff you've done for me when you didn't have to. That's all."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:40 No.5112079

    >What did he do to get arrested in the first place?

    Wait, he already told us that. Nevermind.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:42 No.5112096
    >What did you do to get arrested in the first place?

    Kuhn looks up from his food.

    >>>I thought I told you. Hm, I wouldn’t be surprised if you forgot though. I released revolutionary prisoners.

    >Why did you stick around after the prison escape?

    >>>You released me. It’s the least I can do, I suppose. Be aware, however, I would have bailed if I didn’t believe in your strength.

    You both grin at one another and Selene rolls her eyes.

    >Do you routinely ask women if you can see their breasts?

    >>>Yes. Yes, I do.

    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:44 No.5112120
    "So, any family?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:44 No.5112125
    So our affection hasn't been lowered? :D

    >[X] Other.

    "I think the soldiers will be visting Selene's empty room tonight, should we stay awake and lay out a trap for them?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:45 No.5112131

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:47 No.5112150

    Only if we're using the 'man in a dress' definition of trap.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:49 No.5112162
    >Any family?

    Kuhn stops eating for a moment, but resumes seconds later.


    You try to think of more questions, but find out that you’ve run out.

    >I think the soldiers will be visiting Selene's empty room tonight, should we stay awake and lay out a trap for them?

    >>That wouldn’t be wise. It’s on the off chance that they do and we would wake up sleep deprived either way. If they go in and find I’m not there, they should leave and we’d have no trouble. If we lay a trap, we’re going to have to deal with the consequences; the room IS in my name, after all.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)14:51 No.5112178

    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:51 No.5112184
    "The least we can do is scare them shitless."
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)14:52 No.5112189
    >>That wouldn’t be wise. It’s on the off chance that they do and we would wake up sleep deprived either way. If they go in and find I’m not there, they should leaves and we’d have no trouble. If we lay a trap, we’re going to have to deal with the consequences; the room IS in my name, after all.

    Wow, and I had you pegged for "action girl", you ARE full of surprises. Okay, we do it your way. Do we jam the door in case they try in here as well?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:52 No.5112193
    Get some sleep and leave town early. This place is worthless.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)14:54 No.5112215

    You weren't here before, but Selene surprised us before on her knowledge of military tactician in one of the earlier parts. Sure, she's batshit, but she's the plan-maker of the group.
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)15:03 No.5112283
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    She strikes me less as "Bad Girl" from NMH and more Fiona form Burn Notice
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)15:04 No.5112292
    You all finish eating and speak amongst each other for a little while. Night soon falls and you’re all tired; you walked quite a distance, not to mention you recently came off the sick bed.

    Before you rest, however, you all decide to clean yourselves up.

    [ ] Go first
    [ ] Go second
    [ ] Go third
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)15:05 No.5112300

    [x] Go first, enjoy the hot water
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)15:06 No.5112308

    That's a pretty decent comparison. Though, she's much more out of her mind, etc. etc.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:06 No.5112311
    I don't see how it matters all that much, but...
    [X] Go Second
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:06 No.5112312
    Stop spamming your shitty board on the best site:

    > jg f yghnn db p cydlmhg isg sojofjndkghnhyyf h
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:08 No.5112330

    Oh, it matters. Anyone who was here during the early parts knows it matters.

    [ ] Go first
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:11 No.5112357
    share the shower with selene
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:15 No.5112379
    Castration for 1? Coming right up!
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:15 No.5112383
    go second
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:17 No.5112406
    Third part as canon.
    To Kuhn,
    "Everything you think I'd be interested in, where you're from, why you decided to go against the government. You know..."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:20 No.5112441
    Let the other two choose, we don't care really as long as we get it at some point.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:26 No.5112483
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)15:26 No.5112492
    You decide to enter the shower first. Once inside, you turn the knob to the hottest setting. As the hot water berates your body, you drop your head in silence. You attempt to recall a memory from last time but it seems that every time you attempt to do so, you hit a wall. Maybe he was telling the truth, you think.

    >I made a choice. I am who I am, not who I was.

    You stop trying and proceed to clean yourself up.

    The moment you exit, Kuhn heads toward the bathroom. You sigh and yawn as you sit down on the bed in your underwear, reflecting on nothing in particular for a minute or two before moving the blanket and crawling under it.

    You instantly fall asleep.

    You awake in the middle of the night after hearing a slight stirring. You sit up, your eyes shifting around the room. You can see Kuhn, who is happily snoring away, but Selene isn’t anywhere in sight. As your eyes adjust to the darkness, you notice her bat is lying next to your bed. You shiver at the sudden recollection of previous events.

    Only when you get up completely do you see Selene outside on the balcony, the sliding window door closed behind her.

    [ ] Go to the balcony
    [ ] Go back to sleep
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:27 No.5112498

    The last time we went first, we got naked cuddling, yes, but we also got several broken ribs and probably a punctured lung. If the building hadn't been blown apart, we would have been killed.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:28 No.5112503
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:30 No.5112527
    >You shiver at the sudden recollection of previous events.

    In before waking up with Kuhn in your arms.

    But fuck yes romantic midnight baloney scene GO.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:32 No.5112539

    Er, romantic midnight BALCONY scene.

    Unless hilarious comedy option is available.
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)15:32 No.5112543
    [x] Go to the balcony

    and grab a robe if there is one, robes are badass.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:32 No.5112546
    [X] Go to the balcony
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:34 No.5112556
    [X] Go to the balcony

    is there anything better to do?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:34 No.5112559
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    That's pretty true.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:35 No.5112567

    "Bologna. I truly love you."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:39 No.5112609

    Why did i lol
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)15:40 No.5112612
    You saunter away from your bed and toward the balcony; grabbing and putting on an inn rob at the same time. Upon reaching the door, you attempt to open it without noise, but fail. It makes a small, but noticeable squeak. You know Kuhn wouldn’t wake up from that – or so you think. His left eye pops open momentarily to see you exit and Selene turn around.

    Without a word, she turns back around and rests her arms on the edges of the balcony.

    [ ] Other

    No help from me. It’s all you guys.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:42 No.5112631
    Because he said bologna, and bologna is a funny word of course.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:43 No.5112647
    what's the weather like?

    anyway, first words:
    "Can't Sleep?"
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)15:44 No.5112658
    [x] Other

    Park next to her, giving her plenty of space.

    "You too, eh?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:45 No.5112663

    That's awfully true.


    "Didn't think you were the type to gaze at the horizon, what are you thinking?"

    Then you go and get besides her.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:45 No.5112664

    So generally starting like any other conversation in this situation.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:45 No.5112666
    No help. Grand.

    "Can't sleep?/What's on your mind?/Nice night."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:46 No.5112680
    This albeit what's ALWAYS said.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:48 No.5112700
    have any better/more hilarious but still productive ideas?
    >> TheDeathMerchant !!SBmK2dAqOW0 07/06/09(Mon)15:48 No.5112702

    I suggest we go for the ol' psychiatrist trick, start with something small - "can't sleep?", park ourselves nearby and then just stay quiet and wait for her to start talking.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)15:50 No.5112713
    >Can't sleep?

    You stand beside her. A wind passes against you two, blowing your hair wildly for a few seconds.

    >Didn't think you were the type to gaze at the horizon, what are you thinking?
    >>Not much. Just the future.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:52 No.5112729

    Bologna sandwich.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:55 No.5112752
    Rather than bug her with personal questions, why not let her ask about us, if she's interested. Likes, dislikes, hopes and dreams. That sort of thing.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:56 No.5112760
    A DOUBLE DECKER bologna sandwich with ALL THE FIXINS!
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:57 No.5112762

    "Me too... Well, It's all I think about, since I can't think of the past."

    If she doesn't say shit that means I need to read more on this thing and she's got socializin' problems.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:57 No.5112764
    [X] Adahn whips out his bologna
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:57 No.5112765

    I don't think that would work. Especially considering we know nothing about ourselves.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:58 No.5112780
    '...Things sure look beautiful tonight, no clouds or anything...'
    Lean back and look up at the moon.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)15:59 No.5112786

    As someone's who's been here since the beginning, it's unlikely she'll say anything.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:00 No.5112793
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:02 No.5112813

    So she already knows you can't regain your memories?
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:04 No.5112825
    >...Things sure look beautiful tonight, no clouds or anything...
    >>Yeah... it's nice.

    >So what are you thinking about?
    >> ... Do you really think we can directly oppose an expansionist government by ourselves?

    She looks at you, wanting an answer. You can tell she's slightly nervous, but who wouldn't be?

    [ ] Tell the truth
    [ ] Lie
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:04 No.5112828

    The dude still has a personality. Even if he's only been living this life for a few months, it's enough to have at least a basic idea of himself. Besides, he might remember something. Not necessarily something relevant but you take what you can get.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:06 No.5112847
    what will "tell the truth" be and what will "lie" be? I could be more arrogant that I think the truth is we can.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:06 No.5112850

    "Not a chance in hell. But I can't just sit back and let innocent people suffer."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:07 No.5112853
    She doesn't want to hear us whine about ourselves right now, she came out here to think.
    "Penny for them..." When she asks what "Your thoughts."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:07 No.5112855

    Tell the truth.

    If we end up lying I know I'd feel like I'm playing Final Fantasy and that dialogue would be cheesier than Manowar's discography.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:07 No.5112861

    My apologies. Just add your own truths and lies along with what you want to say.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:07 No.5112864
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:08 No.5112866
    "Probably not, but it should be fun to say the least."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:08 No.5112869

    Zing. Go truth.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:10 No.5112875
    "Probably not." Slight smile " I'm not going to turn my back on innocent people though. Better to die standing than live on our knees and all that...You can get away from this any time you like you know..."
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:14 No.5112910
    You chuckle silently, which catches her interest.

    >Honestly? There isn't a chance in hell us 3 can survive against Septima in our current condition.

    She doesn't say a word. You stare up at the moon for a few moments.

    >But, I find their desire for war distasteful. So do I think we'll stand a chance? No, but it'll be fun, at least.

    You look down at her and she smiles, pleased with your response.

    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:14 No.5112912
    "Do you think I intend to? At this point it's larger than us, and I'm trying to just find out who I am. If I can make a difference in the process, then so be it" or something like that...
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:17 No.5112930
    Sing a cheesy love song.

    I guess that I'm retarded / But what's a guy to do
    I like to marry things I find / I'm glad that I found you!
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:17 No.5112938
    Look up at the moon again, then look at her and smile.
    "Yeah, things are beautiful tonight."
    Shit eater grin "Since we're up anyway...fancy going and beating on some men in uniform who never learned to keep their hands to themselves?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:18 No.5112939
    "Well, we should get inside before we catch cold. We have a long day ahead of us tomorrow..."
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:19 No.5112953
    you're a real super-size homo jackass
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:19 No.5112957
    "So, what did you wack people with before your bat?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:20 No.5112967

    Third party here, sing it, hilarity ensues.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:21 No.5112973
    No kiss, guys? REALLY?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:22 No.5112984
    "No, we can't. But who said we'd be alone? Between Kuhn's experience, your intelligence, and my looks, I think we shouldn't find it too hard to find whoever I worked with before and get the band back together. And bring in some fresh faces too."

    If she asks what we meant about "our looks", pull out the mustache, put it on, and say "obviously somebody with facial hair this awesome is a man that people can get behind".

    And make it clear to her that no matter what we may find out about ourselves and who we may have been with, we'll want to stay by her side for as long as she wants us to stay.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:24 No.5112996

    That's exactly what I meant by cheesier than Manowar's lyrics.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:24 No.5113001
    Add >>5112938 to the end of >>5112984
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:26 No.5113015
    These two mixed.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:26 No.5113016
    >Between Kuhn's experience, your intelligence, and my looks, I think we shouldn't find it too hard to find whoever I worked with before and get the band back together. And bring in some fresh faces too."

    >If she asks what we meant about "our looks", pull out the mustache, put it on, and say "obviously somebody with facial hair this awesome is a man that people can get behind".

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:26 No.5113018

    Not feeling like getting slapped in the face.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:27 No.5113025
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:28 No.5113027
    Do we really need to keep on with the mustache nonsense?
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:30 No.5113043
    yes, because it makes us more than some lame emo hero man.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:30 No.5113044
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:31 No.5113049

    This. So hard.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:32 No.5113057
    You look up at the brilliantly shining night sky, your attention only brought back to earth when you hear Selene speak, who was now at the door.

    Selene: Don’t betray my trust.

    Theme: http://www.supload.com/listen?s=h7byh9

    The moment her hand touched the door, the building began to rock violently.

    You: The hell is going on?!
    Kuhn: Whatever it is, it’s trouble!

    Selene sprints inside the hotel room to her clothes that lay on a pile next to your bed, you and Kuhn doing the same and grabbing your weapons before you yank open the door violently. But, as you attempt to leave, a familiar face arises.

    Saiga: I need your help.

    You stand in surprise at the door, and at the request. You don’t have much time.

    [ ] Help him unconditionally
    [ ] Ask him what’s going on
    [ ] Leave the city as soon as possible
    [ ] Other
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:33 No.5113067

    If he were a man, he wouldn't need a fake mustache.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:33 No.5113069

    Yes, yes we do.
    It's Adahn trying to cheer her up, mixed with his enjoyment of a good joke. It relives tensiona nd has been useful.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:34 No.5113074

    Ask what's going on.

    he'd probably just answer i'll tell you later lol
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:35 No.5113082
    "What's going on and how did you know where to find us?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:36 No.5113085
    Ask first or just straight help. Which ever.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:36 No.5113089
    "What in the name of all that is decent going on here?!?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:37 No.5113098
    [X] Ask him what’s going on

    And then agree to help him.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:38 No.5113100
    [X] Ask whats going on.
    "What the fuck did you do this time?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:38 No.5113107
    well, it's been a while, i'm sure we're in the process of growing one proper.

    that IS correct, right OP?
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:43 No.5113129
    I apologize for interupting your "moment" but it exceeded the amount of "time"/questions that I decided I was going to allow.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:47 No.5113153
    You: What’s going on?
    Saiga: They’re closing the entire city – permanently. The sun will no longer shine.
    Kuhn: What, why would they do that?
    Saiga: This city is controlled by the Septima military – the home of the King of Night. In order to gain power, he’s sacrificed living in the sun for lurking in the night. The people of this city are slaves to his will; he takes the women and beats the men. A project he has been working on has been completed, which will completely block out the sun in this city, bringing with it eternal darkness.
    You: ...Damn it.

    [ ] “This isn’t our problem.”/leave
    [ ] “Fine, I’ll help.”/stay
    [ ] Other
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:48 No.5113161

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:49 No.5113166
    Adahn cancels romance

    Interrupted by artillery barrage
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:50 No.5113173


    Ask why he thinks we'd be able to, though. And just as importantly, HOW he thinks we'd be able to.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:50 No.5113174



    I mean, seriously, unless there's some sort of deus ex machina out there to avoid our most certain lack of escape.

    But I know everyone will say "STAY!" so I'm not going to try anymore.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:50 No.5113176

    "What can we do about it?"
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:51 No.5113183
    [x] Other
    "Well what can we do about it?"

    Then help him anyway.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:52 No.5113187

    If you exit now, you can leave. I don't make the story, I just write it - even if the outcome is not one I want myself.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:52 No.5113189
    oh great, the king is a vampire.

    I'd rather we leave, but I'm willing to hear what we have to do in order to take this guy down. If we can get more comrades, then great.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:54 No.5113204

    [ ] “Fine, I’ll help.”/stay

    It's clobberin' time.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:54 No.5113209
    Ask Saiga if the king is, in fact, an honest to god vampire or if that was just a figure of speech. If he is we need to start training in whips.
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:55 No.5113217
    Selene: How would we even be able to help?
    Saiga: Somewhere in his mansion there has to be a control mechanism controlling it. As much as I’d hate to admit it, I’m not strong enough to take him and everyone down myself.

    The shaking of the city grew more and more erratic the more time that passed. You turn and look out the window and notice that the moonlight is fading; you have to make a decision quickly.

    [ ] Stay
    [ ] Leave
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:57 No.5113223

    Stay, what the hell.

    At least we get to kill stuff.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:58 No.5113235
    Great we don't have to kill him just destroy the mechanism we can do that
    [X] stay
    >> !ZaiyoM.Dpk 07/06/09(Mon)16:58 No.5113236

    He's not a vampire, he's just lived/existed in darkness for too long that his skin is extremely sensitive to sunlight.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:59 No.5113242
    Given his speech to Selene about protecting innocent people I think it's pretty god damned obvious that we are going to wreck that motherfucker.

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)16:59 No.5113245
    Well why not?
    We're an altruistic person and these people need help.
    We've already stuck our necks out for people before and we get a chance to really piss in the eye of this government. Oh, and we'll get some reputation for it, people will respect us, the enemy will fear us.
    Win-win really. What do we get by leaving? Nothing except safty and we're never going to really have that while this government exists.
    So lets Jizz in their Eyes as often as we can and we've got a perfect shot here, so lets start Jackin'.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:00 No.5113247
    We have recently inspired Selene and said that we must help innocents when we can. We will not lose face now.

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:01 No.5113258
    [X] Stay.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:02 No.5113263
    Well, I guess we're staying. Let's blow up some evil government technology!
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:02 No.5113264
    Yes let us stay so that we may theoretically get pussy later.

    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:09 No.5113315

    We have to tell someone 'Give me your face.' and then tear it off some time in the future.

    HAVE TO.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:15 No.5113350
    Stay, we need to learn how to fight again and this guy seems weaker than Reaperbitch.
    >> Anonymous 07/06/09(Mon)17:16 No.5113360
    new thread: >>5113351

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