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    245 KB We Wont' Need Eyes 2 Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:06 No.12189134  
    Previous thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/12180900/

    In the last thread, we discussed the idea of creating a horror themed sci-fi game focused on a single ship that has found itself wrapped up in a load of temporal mind fuckery.

    A schizophrenic janitor that is a temporal artifact. An AI that slowly gains emotion to the point of developing a strange obsessed crush on one of the PCs. Hallways that are longer than the entire length of the ship.

    When we left off, we were discussing the crew compliment of the ship.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:10 No.12189164
    Crew compliment

    Hollis: Recovering alcoholic. Had a wife and kids but has been divorced for a while due to his drinking problems. Hope especially takes a liking to him.

    Applegate: Jack's younger cousin. Engaged to a deep space miner who has been on a job longer than usual.

    Jane: In a relationship with Jack. Lost her parents when she was young so she has the problem on relying on others too much for emotional support.

    Jack: Has been cheating on Jane what another woman prior to the mission. Pretends not to give a fuck but this comes back to personally haunt him.

    Hank: Hank is still the soldier turned Buddhist, doesn't want to take a life if he can do something that would save it, etc etc. Develops a crush on the A.I., which though stern, has displayed a desire to keep them safe. However, the A.I. prefers Hollis. At first, he wants to kill Hollis. Not truly being able to reconcile his spirituality with his feelings, he throws himself into any work he can, and writes down elaborate plans to kill Hollis. Anything to keep himself busy.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:12 No.12189188
    Can we concentrate on Jack?

    He's motife is "not giving a fuck," and laziness.

    How does he react to the fuckry of the ship?
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)00:12 No.12189192
    rolled 40, 12 = 52

    Did we ever agree on a name for the Ship+A.I.?

    If not, I suggest Morning Sun for the ship, and Sally for the A.I.
    >> Pvt. Chuck Turner !!lBBkFhHsXW/ 09/23/10(Thu)00:14 No.12189215
    I like this idea
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:16 No.12189234
    Aw come on add more than that. Jane's not defined by her relationship with Jack and her lack of parents. She likes computers too.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:19 No.12189257
    Yeah, plus she's got long hair that is getting more and more unkempt, plus she and Applegate are prone to bickering because Applegate's a liberal arts major who believes in sentient rights for AI's, and Jane actually works with computers and VI systems.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:19 No.12189263
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)00:21 No.12189276
    rolled 37, 10 = 47

    Jane is a tech-savvy woman, who, unusually for a spacer, wears her hair long. Due to reasons she'd rather not talk about, she has a tendency to freeze up in times of danger.


    Seemingly young, very impulsive, and flighty. Easily surprised, A.I. rights activist. Believes the inhibitors preventing A.I. from developing true personality are as immoral as crippling a child at birth. Approached by Jack as a potential "partner" but only thinks of him as a friend. Has not told Jane of this development.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:23 No.12189302
    Applegate is just excited as all hell to be out running salvage- she loves the idea of being out in space, and is entranced by the old romantic ideas of man's destiny amongst the stars.
    Basically, she's a dreamer and an idealist.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:25 No.12189321
    Why is it that the people in these kinding of settings have so many goddamn taperecordings?

    "Diary log # 334s-B, Dave is still being a huge dick about how I keep using up all the dictaphones to record my personal thoughts,"
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:27 No.12189334
    Jane's running the software and programming angle of things.
    Applegate is probably the pilot.
    Jack just does menial labor that everyone else is too busy to take care of, or can't be arsed to care about.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:28 No.12189341
    >"Diary log # 334s-B, Dave is still being a huge dick about how I keep using up all the dictaphones to record my personal thoughts,"

    I lol'd

    Now for a more serious reply, I think that your concerns could be alleviated by having each person have a single audio-diary, with a large memory bank, or something like that.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)00:28 No.12189345
    rolled 2, 37 = 39


    Organization is largely pseudo-military, ties to actual military, but more of a side-company that doesn't do fighting.

    Hollis: CO
    Jack: Second In Command
    Jane: Computers
    Hank: Mechanics
    Applegate: Intern
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:30 No.12189368
    He should be extremely skeptical of the supernatural events going on almost to the point that he's a more relaxed male Agent Scully. It's not that he thinks what's going on isn't happening, it's just that he rationalizes it as a series of malfunctions and the crew being fatigued. Ship appearing bigger/smaller than the schematics say? That just means their PDAs are fucked up. AI starts calling people "sweetie" or "honey"? Probably a weird bug or a program made by some ronery computer techs. Staring corpse? Shit, that's a pretty scary coincidence they'll all laugh about in the bar. So when the ship starts fucking with them he's the one who takes it in stride.

    However, things are different when he's dealing with people. He really doesn't like the Janitor at and thinks he a hand in this mess. He's also the first to suspect that something's very wrong with Hank and tries to keep an eye on him as much as possible or keep him away from Hollis. Finally, he's also seriously freaked out by the Kill Team and instinctively runs and hides whenever they're in the vicinity, having a gut feeling that the things they'll do to him and his friends make the ship look like the Haunted Mansion ride.

    TL:DR: Jack's personality is "and not a single fuck was given that day" combined with "Hell is other people".
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:35 No.12189421
    love it
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:40 No.12189474

    That's how you do space horror/mindfuck the RIGHT way.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:48 No.12189561
    Hollis wasn't a spacer by choice, you know. After the warp gate incident, the economy tanked hard, and he had to leave his nominally plushy job in terraforming. Now's he picked up salvaging space wrecks to cover the bill. The change of pace has been okay, but one of the thing he misses is his cigarettes. Lighting up is a dangerous habit in the highly oxygenated environments most spacers work in, but the cravings hit him hard some days. He still reaches for his pack when he's nervous.
    For the most part, he doesn't know how to feel about bringing Applegate along with them- they need a new pilot, yeah, but the kid's family and green as hell. The last thing he wants is for her to end up heart by this, though don't expect him to vocalize any of these thoughts.
    Most of the time he's gruff and sarcastic around his teammates
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:53 No.12189601
    yeah, I think we can move on to, let's say Jane- our computer specialist
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)00:57 No.12189633
    Total slutboat. She'd do anyone on board, but it's against regs.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:03 No.12189678

    I'd say that Jane is very serious. Put off by Applegate's liberal arts faggotry. Where Applegate goes on about philosophy and human rights, Jane is comparatively cold and scientific. She looks down on Hank for his spirituality.

    She has a casual sexual relationship with Jack, that amounts to little more than "It's better than masturbating".

    She's a bit of a loner and enjoys "alternative" forms of media. Favorite TV show is Carnage Nun Migumi.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:05 No.12189707

    To offset his old smoking habit, he's taken to drinking.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:06 No.12189710
    I was seeing her as more as a neat freak kind of person
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:07 No.12189722
    She's a neatfreak slutboat-- insists on condoms and the pill.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:09 No.12189734

    I don't see her as a slut. At least not in the traditional fucks anything that moves.

    I do see her simply not caring about standard moral concerns about sex or thinking that love is necessary. For her it's just scratching an itch.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:12 No.12189746
    Goddamn I love scientist chicks.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:12 No.12189748
    Jane was in IT before the big crash- disabling dangerous or corroded AI programs and rebuilding them. She's got on to Hollis' rig because of Jack- Hollis wouldn't accept him on the crew unless he brought someone of actual value and Jane honestly had nothing better to do then programing cyber-stalker-viruses for ad-corps. By nature, a loner, someone who spends a lot of her time sunk into thought, she may seem distant and cold to others. However, she has a certain joy d'vivre- appreciaitng the more simple pleasures in life. Good food, good sex, and good friends.
    She hasn't had one of those three since this mission started.
    Also, her hair is getting matted after all this time in her suit and she's starting to get pissy.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:13 No.12189762
    sage for shit thread
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:13 No.12189764

    Jane's been screwed over in general. She lost her parents to a freak firestorm when she was only a kid and spent the rest of her childhood being passed around different foster homes, never being able to relate or connect to her ever changing surroundings. Overtime she developed little quirks like growing her hair out much longer than normal and preferring to listen to old-timey music like the Ink Spots and Henry Hall as opposed to any contemporary music.

    She became interested in computers once she entered highschool and quickly became a natural. For some reason Jane felt she could understand a computer better than people: computer were completely methodical, reliable, and nonjudgmental. The problem was that once the gate crashed the planet's economy immediately shifted away from high tech industries to conventional labor as a means to survive, leaving her skills almost irrelevant and giving her no choice but to become a spacer.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:13 No.12189765
    Hank is depressed / melancholy
    Jane is disgust
    Applegate is aspiration / excited
    Jake is apathy
    Hollis is anger / paranoia
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:22 No.12189816

    "What're you-"

    "Shshshshsh-listen, do you hear that?"

    "Hear what?"

    "I know that song"

    "What're you blathering on about now?"

    "That song, on the record- that was Henry Hall singing 'Hush, hush, hush- here comes the bogey man' recorded and released in 1943 by BBC records. It's playing on a 1955 Victrolla RC suspension 8 Milimeter diskplayer, you can tell because of the faint scratching noise every three hundredth-"

    "Is this going anywhere Jane?"

    "They haven't made those in over four hundred years. What the hell is it doing here, now?"
    >> Alpharius 09/23/10(Thu)01:24 No.12189833

    bumping to offset stupid sage
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:32 No.12189903
    I know we're knee deep in character development, but I was wondering, what kind of equipment would these people be using? SS13 cloth suits and PDAs or full on suits like Dead Space rigs or something? Just curious, I intend to doodle some things for all this later.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:34 No.12189932
    shit thread reported
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:38 No.12189974
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    Well keeping in mind they live on a planet that's been suffering over being isolated from the rest of the galaxy, their uniforms should be something relatively low tech but reliable. I'm thinking something like the Cosmonaut suits from the 60's.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:39 No.12189985
    People with eidetic memories are kind of like that,
    I was going for something like that- the thing is, she knows her shit. If she likes something, you can bet your sweet ass she knows almost EVERYTHING about it.
    Applegate is optimistic, and idealistic.
    She was just finishing up college when the gate crashed occurred- majored in English with a minor in artificial psychology. Of course, what with the great retraction the market was pretty much bare bones for liberal arts based career, she didn't get a chance to ever really put that to use. She kicked around a lot, joined political organizations and activist groups, joined a commune- her parents finally put their foot down, however, and are making her take up an actual job related skills.
    She's spent the last year completing piloting courses online while doing odd jobs, and jumped at the chance to join up with her Uncle's crew when Hollis' old pilot finally retired.
    She has a great love for old movies, 22nd century stuff from back when the first permanent off world colonies were established- filled with hope and good feelings.
    She's taken to whistling "daisy daisy," under her breath- originally she was just doing it ironically to piss off Jane, but now she just does it whenever she's not thinking.
    It's a catchy tune- what can you say?
    Applegate is gay.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:41 No.12190002
    Good good, I can work with that... Hm... So no luminal lines or glowing power cells? Keeping it relatively skin-tight but with a little slack at the joint, maybe a PDA/flashlight/tool mount gauntlet for the off hand (hm, there's a thought), a metal toe guard on the boots, perhaps two layers for garments? Hmmm...
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:44 No.12190031
    Yeah, but this IS the future, you gotta remember.
    There are probably some advances in fabrication technology that allow for protective fabrics to be created without much cost.
    So, maybe a little old fashioned mixed with a little hightech- glowing doodads and braces kind of stuff?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:45 No.12190040
    >Sagefag, what the FUCK are you smoking?

    Just a troll looking for a response.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:45 No.12190041
    No, do glowing luminal lines. THEY'RE SO COOL
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:47 No.12190068
    Aren't they? Heheh well someone mentioned an older style and I started thinking "well fuck I've always wanted to try that neo-steam-punkish style I've heard of" but I suppose I could do the lines anyways. Hm... I'm just taking notes now, my friend is using my computer that has my tablet on it.

    Any ideas you're really heart-set on, let me know, you may just be the deciding factor between Cool and FUCK YEAR.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:48 No.12190084
    Sounds good to me- so, let's make this like, Applegate's fourth or fifth salvage op, so that way we can establish enough time for her to have a fling with Hank and to drop it.
    Hollis probably subtly disapproved of their relationship, anyway, 'cause of the age difference.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:51 No.12190110
    You think you can also do the Kill Team if you have the time?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:51 No.12190116
    Make things simple- again, this is the future, so that fabrication of space suits is easy and, will not cheap, at least affordable.
    Helmets should be rounder, but not fishbowl.
    Put on lots of belts and pouches for at least one of the characters- probably Hollis or Hank.
    Include, like, a belt buckle or center disc that allows easy removal of the suit.
    ooh, and make each of the fingers have a darker color pad on the tips
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:53 No.12190131
    ARGH, I was doing them in the last thread, and my photoshop took a massive dump! I was so mad I couldn't get you guys an image to work off of, and I was rather proud of it, too... But yeah, the androgynous, mostly featureless mask with two cameras for eyes, and the armor is a strange mixture of para-military and oragic-armor components? Yes, I have several ideas for that already.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:55 No.12190156
    Yesssss, keep this coming, every little idea helps here. Hm, I recently drew a character that sort of fits that description. Sort of a black wet suit with vertical lines on the sides, a large rounded helmet with a grille, a belt with pouches, and air tank, an arm band, nice gloves, and he was armed with an aluminum base-ball bat. Also he had a satchel.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:56 No.12190165
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    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:58 No.12190177
    Don't worry, my idea of 'neo-steampunk' was actually rather not... steampunkish at all, haha. Unfortunately no, I have no examples at the moment, I lost the only one I was working on specifically for this project, and have no way of uploading hard copies right now. If/when the next thread comes around, I'll have 6 or 7 though. Promise.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)01:59 No.12190196
    I like to think of Applegate being the youngest of the group though. Maybe it only seems like an age difference, just because of the way the two carry themselves.
    Hollis worn and weary, Applegate bright and bubbly
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:04 No.12190231
    Hmm, how about adding shoulder mounted lights?
    Or would that look too silly.
    Ooh- blue light striped thingamajigs that glow- oxygen recyclers.
    Have each one have signs of personalization by the user- compartents and tools that can be stuck on and off, maybe linking ports that can be access computer systems through little the finger tip and display a HUD over the helmet?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:12 No.12190305
    Make it irregular-
    some only have one camera, others have three.
    All them glow a dark red
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:14 No.12190331
    Hm, I like those ideas. Let me elaborate on those and how I would interpret them.
    ~MAYBE a shoulder mounted light, it's a logical place to put them because it's out of your hand and not easily obstructed. I was thinking of making a gauntlet sort of thing that mounted tools and lights and a small screen and keypad, shit would be so septims.
    ~Oxi-tanks, I was thinking on the hips or small of the back. Also thinking of incorporating a cycling unit I've been designing for a time.
    ~Personalization is one of my favorite things! Something is not mine until I mess with it somehow. Just give me some details about characters and I can start compiling features for their suits. On the broader scale I was thinking of strips of velcro or a series of buttons in specific places on the undersuits that one could place variable sizes of pouches and placard holders and whatnot. Your suit can be your tool kit, but you can also use an actual tool belt.
    ~Ports like that can go all over the hand and body, perhaps a character could have had a surgery to replace a finger with a wireless port or specially designed port, fun stuff like that.
    ~Characters with glasses could have their HUDs there, or one of those small over-one-eye-pieces with a HUD built in.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:15 No.12190342
    Love it. Also I recall someone mentioning an orb-like helmet with spider-like eyes all over it, that shit was cash as well.

    Also is the tube-mouth still in high regard? I liked it...
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:17 No.12190355
    Ahem the spider-eyes one could be the commander even, that just occurred to me. Eyes equal rank? That's just freaky enough to work in this setting haha
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:19 No.12190379
    Yeah, tube in mouth works great!

    Also, I wouldn't make moar eyes = higher rank
    A scout or information gather unite would probably have more reason to have a shitton of eyes rather then a commanding officer
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:20 No.12190390
    Very true. Either way, I want a guy with many-eyes, because that is an awesome concept either way. I will take him as my own, name him Chaddothy, and feed him dead space carrots... haha, this is too fun.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:24 No.12190425
    So, we done with the salvage crew members then?

    Should we move on to the ghost crew members and dictaphone entries?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:28 No.12190476
    One thing:
    Jack collects crap- little things like coins, stripped screws, broken bolts, etc. that he can stuff in his pockets.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:28 No.12190483
    Should there be a big difference between the suits of salvage team and the suits of the former crew?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:29 No.12190484
    This guy may just end up looking like me when I draw him heh
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:30 No.12190499
    Yes, of course. If not in terms of time-period then at least in terms of deployment. Like Navy BDUs vs Army BDUs on deployment, it may not be drastic but it is noticeable despite the similarities.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:31 No.12190508
    heh I didn't think of that before. That would be really awesome to incorporate.

    There should also be a character-establishing moment to show that the Kill Team are not their friends. What I'm thinking is to have the crew run into them while investigating the ship. They're taken aback by the uncanny valley appearance of the soldiers, but still think that they are backup and try to talk to them. At that point the soldiers immediately aim their rifles and fire on the crew. The entire crew is immediately killed save for Jack or Applegate, who are mortally wounded (of the "OH GOD MY ARM AND SHOULDER ARE MISSING") and live just long enough to witness the attack silently walk up, stare, and finish him/her off point blank.

    Applegate/Jack then wakes up. Everyone is alive and well but Jack/Applegate is shaken up about what just happened. Shortly thereafter, while walking down a corridor they find scorch marks, blood splatters, and the Kill Team in the distance walking away.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:36 No.12190545
    Why not do that with, like, the Janitor instead?
    Kill off a known character but prevents mindfuckry from waking up dead.
    We want to save that for latter.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:37 No.12190554
    Love this shit SO MUCH! Gonna be a blast drawing it.

    I was thinking originally that part of the uniform be familiar to the characters, in the way that most people know what soldiers of their own nation look like, but the 'unit patch' or whatever is intentionally left blank, and this is somehow significant, as in unusual or through some horror story about units that tore off their insignia and then slaughtered worlds or something.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:40 No.12190587
    going to bed now anons.
    Keep up the good work
    And remember to archive this shit, okay?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:43 No.12190614
    And pockets, don't forget lots of pockets for Jack.

    Also, a question?
    Why do they have sidearms?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:46 No.12190627
    I love every pixel of what you're typing here, this is good stuff, just the kind of things I think about while drawing. Some of the details may take some time, but I shall do it! And thank you for the list.

    For extra gear storage, I'm thinking a lot would go off the belt and thighs, and the light combat suits will have some very thin type of armor pads built into parts of the cloth-suit. Is this all well and good, everyone?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:47 No.12190637
    Pockets: Check.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:49 No.12190658
    If someone could look up the latin of "Hope for the Hopeless" from >>12190590 that would be awesome, I'm looking up attachable canvas gear at the moment.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:51 No.12190675
    Okay- but really, they shouldn't be expecting to get into a live fire situation.
    I didn't think the group was very militaristic- it being made up of mostly loners, rejects, oddballs, and the galaxies only sane man.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:52 No.12190693
    That could work, but it can't be too overt. The idea is that the Kill Team's origins are completely unknown to the crew and that they look significantly different from anything even Hank has encountered. Having ranks displayed on the chest like ACUs would work well, but you're the bro drawing it so whatever you think will look bitchin' and militaristic while sticking to the general idea will work fine.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:53 No.12190701
    Hm, perhaps they carry it out of habit? Also what kind of pistol are we talking here? A classic 1911 or a SPACE AGE DEAGLE BRAND DEAGLE WITH RECOIL ADJUSTING LASER SIGHTED TACTICOOL GRIP AND CUP-HOLDER.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:55 No.12190712
    Roger dodger, I solemnly sweat to uphold the madness *salutes* haha this is great.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:56 No.12190724
    spero qui despero
    I think.
    Someone can always correct me
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:57 No.12190739
    At the very least it's something for me to have in the design process. Thank you, very much brotato chip.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)02:58 No.12190748
    Nothing recognisble, but nothing to ordinately flashy.
    Just a blocky metal thing, maybe, with a raised port for a trigger.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:01 No.12190785
    I like this. It's like a landmark hidden in the fog, distinctly there but indistinct, this kind of thing will wreak havoc on the characters.
    Hm, this is logical. Time for me to bust out an old design again... Any thoughts on the primary firing mechanism? Rail system perhaps?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:03 No.12190810
    For a pistol?
    I dunno, maybe.
    If so, then give the pistol like, a little glowing blue line on each side.
    Hey- make light glowing blue the motifee for our salvage crew, dark glowing red the motifee for the kill team, and an earthy color, like brown, be the motifee for the old crew.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:05 No.12190827
    I like your style, heheh. Sure about brown for the crew though? It does make sense in a way, like how old movies are brownish, and you sort of watch the old crew like an old movie... what about pale green? But I can work with brown.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:06 No.12190835
    Pale green works better, huh?
    Why not make their glowy stuff pale green, and their off duty shirts and things a darker greenish brown?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:10 No.12190885
    Holy crap I'm listening to that album right now, THAT is pretty crazy haha

    Not so much that's it better, it's just that brown can be hard to work with. Have you played dead space? Notice how a lot of things were brown and orange with other neutral colors? Making something glowy and brown would make it stand out a whole lot. Though your idea for the greens is good. And good will take precedent here.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:14 No.12190926
    Nah- too flashy. Plain steel should just work as good.
    Though I have to wonder- what is it that our team is salvaging again?
    Also, can we add a little system shock design aesthetic to balance out all the dead space?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:14 No.12190928
    An arc welder may be more suitable, the plasma cutter seemed more like a tri-barreled rocket-gun anyways.

    Sure am glad I played the FUCK out of Dead Space, and now I get to use all my desires and ideas on making some kind of scenario out of the influence. Feels good man.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:15 No.12190937
    FUCK YoU GUYS It's 3 AM and I have to be up by seven thirty!
    Why are you so creative!
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:17 No.12190967
    Yeah, I do also plain to be a LITTLE original haha
    ... Iunno lol. I'm saving this word for word in a .txt document though, and someone is archiving it, so it's all good.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:18 No.12190978
    I love you man
    It's creative people like you that make the world a nice place to live in
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:21 No.12191013
    No bro, it's when we work together, and something something inspirational, I forget, haha. Seriously though, if you're on and one of these threads isn't up or you can't find the archive or something, hollar and if I'm on I'll send you a mediafire of my logs for this. It will be very gud yus
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:25 No.12191051
    Okay, bro, who should I holler for?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:27 No.12191066
    Uhh... Uhhh.... fuck it, just email me. It's there. ANYONE ELSE?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:28 No.12191078
    Meru, from hindi mytholgy, for the magical center of the world
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:29 No.12191098
    Sure, why not.
    Thanks brah
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:32 No.12191115
    Y'all are quite welcome. At this rate, you'll be the first to see my concept art haha. If you want I can also send you the total transcripts and such.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:33 No.12191129
    Sounds good to me.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:34 No.12191137
    Awesome. I'll put the rough bits into a compressed folder and see if I can send them to you or something. Failing that I'll whip up a plate of copy-pasta.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:35 No.12191150
    thanks man
    And with that, i'm out
    Honest to god
    going to bed
    right now.
    (Please someone keep the thread bumped)
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:36 No.12191158
    Friday may not work with
    My first proper RPG session is then
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:37 No.12191169
    I'm good any day but...
    Let's see... what days are you both good for?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:38 No.12191181
    Peace brah
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:39 No.12191190
    any really
    night works better though
    Ever since i started going to college, I stopped sleeping
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:41 No.12191208
    Yeah, it's funny how that happens... I'm good for evenings, 3 to 9 west coast or whatever.
    >> Tsundere Anubis 09/23/10(Thu)03:42 No.12191216
    East coast here
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:42 No.12191226

    I expected the plasma cutter to be more like "short-range laser cutter" as opposed to "gun that shoots cut".

    Some sort of plasma torch might be pretty badass.
    >> Armoured 09/23/10(Thu)03:43 No.12191234
    Argh... well I can stay up REALLY REALLY late anyways, so I'm bound to catch you later on, but I can also check earlier if that is mutually beneficial.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:45 No.12191252
    Well it originally started as just a campaign, alot of extremely awesome idea got thrown around, and now we have an original story being set up based on the campaign. In other words, /tg/ is being awesome again.

    Looking forward to your art!
    >> Armoured 09/23/10(Thu)03:45 No.12191254
    Yeah that was pretty strange. I did think the flamethrower idea would be pretty nice in this one, or at least the design of it, that could definitely be our cutting implement, even if we moved the tank to the back of the character.
    >> Armoured 09/23/10(Thu)03:51 No.12191292
    Alright I'm out, my roomie needs some Coca-Cola. I'll email all of you guys who asked, and whoever else wants to be on the mailing list send me an email, it was given earlier.

    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)03:58 No.12191342

    I was gonna pre-order that shit SO HARD until I learned that it had been pushed back until next year. ;_;

    I'm hoping that with Isaac's HORRIFIC TRAUMA that they'll be able to make him hallucinate, and correct the problem Dead Space 1 had; where at a certain point in the game, you'd seen everything and new how to kill it, and they abandoned atmosphere for GO GO GO THE END OF THE GAME IS COMING GO DO SHIT

    Hopefully in DS2 he'll hallucinate and shit, see and hear things that aren't there, and help put a bigger focus on atmosphere.
    >> Underdark Russian Writefiend 09/23/10(Thu)04:03 No.12191371
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    >take nap
    >wake up
    Thread is full?
    >I has a sad.
    New thread?
    See new ideas.
    Get happy.
    >remember dream of space station/ship
    Fuck you guys.
    >remember weird pistol design from dream
    Flesh out ideas.
    >lament poor artistic skills
    Post picture anyways.
    >await replies
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)04:05 No.12191384

    Shit's nuts, man. Those are pretty advanced bullets if they can seal an EVA suit before decompression and shit.
    >> Underdark Russian Writefiend 09/23/10(Thu)04:08 No.12191406
    The idea I had was a thumb-sized round with a pre-loaded bit of foaming glue at the end, which would help it adhere to targets by jetting it out after impact. If it hit a suit, the glue/foam would make a seal behind it. Mixed in with the glue/foam would be some kind of heavy-duty narcotic, to make it doubly effective without increasing its size/weight/dimensions.
    >Knockout glue-foam
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)04:10 No.12191427

    You could have just said "It's science, I ain't gotta explain shit" and I would have accepted it.

    Still, a neat idea.

    Though unless you've got some delicious writefaggan to serve up, I think this thread has mostly petered out.

    Feel free to prove me wrong, anyone.
    >> Underdark Russian Writefiend 09/23/10(Thu)04:12 No.12191443
    >opportunity to write again
    >delicious themes available
    >fear of screwing up a good story
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)04:15 No.12191474
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    u mad?
    >> Armoured 09/23/10(Thu)04:16 No.12191492
    I back from getting Coke, AKOOGLY EYES
    >> Underdark Russian Writefiend 09/23/10(Thu)04:18 No.12191506
    Your picture made me lol.
    That said, I'm probably going to hammer out another story. Still working on the theme.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)04:18 No.12191507
    Yeah, I think I am. Fuck you and your akoogly eyes.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)04:20 No.12191522
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    Just as planned.
    >> Armoured 09/23/10(Thu)04:22 No.12191540
    >> Underdark Russian Writefiend 09/23/10(Thu)04:24 No.12191549
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    Well played, Aku. Well played.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)04:26 No.12191565
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    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)07:07 No.12192505

    Could we go back from designing crew members' personalities to suggesting moar creepy things to happen?
    In a new thread maybe?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)09:38 No.12193561
    It'd be nice if just once, the staring woman was inside. Someone's just walking down a hallway and looks into a random room and there she is in the middle, floating in spite of the gravity and... staring. As soon as the player takes his eyes off her for more than a second she disappears.
    If he looks outside the window, she's there.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)09:53 No.12193642
    Bump for story, hopefully.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)10:29 No.12193973
    Don't know about a new thread:
    maybe we should just catalog all the phenomena that we're going to include so far?
    The staring woman
    The endless hall to nowhere
    "You are -five years, three months, twenty seven days, and forty five minutes- late"
    Physics defying phonograph
    Scruffy the temporally out of phase Janitor
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)10:35 No.12194022


    Others may include

    Obsessive A.I.
    Doors and hallways that take you farther then they should
    The KillTeam
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)10:35 No.12194023
    I was thinking: Mayhap we can think about how the ship looks like?

    Something more like a jet or a completely different shape?

    What about in the inside?
    What kind of rooms the players are expecting to find (and what they aren't)?

    I'm thinking about doing some drawfaggotry about that.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)10:40 No.12194059

    I think we agreed on a combination of the UNSC Frigates, Warp Nacelle-style thingamajiggers, and massive rings rotating around this trunk. Rings are crew quarters, gravity from rotation. Inner Trunk is where actual work is done, magnetic boots are a must. Innards are utilitarian, wires everywhere, etc, with startling discrepancies in certain rooms. A hallway might be grungy, dirty, horror-esque, but behind the sliding doors are tasteful little rooms with hardwood floors and the smell of flowers.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)10:49 No.12194137
    So let's see If I understand: before the crazysiencethingy, the Ship (which OP said it was called Enkidu) looks like a mixture of UNSC Frigates with the Star Trek's warp engines?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)10:50 No.12194145
    The taping, moving dead
    the shadows of the dead
    A room entirely filled with strange crystals. Tap one and the whole room sings.
    A room filled with seawater and various simple sealife
    Noise of breaking windows and cracking bulkheads with everything remaining fine
    Whispers on the edge of hearing that become shouts on the edge of hearing
    flickering life
    debris phasing in and out of existance when you aren't looking
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)10:52 No.12194161
    That'd be nice change of pace- almost all ships in the future seem to consist of hissing steam pipes and badly light hallways.
    A light tasteful decor is just what we need
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)10:59 No.12194233

    Tasteful is the operating word. When walking through a hallway, does one want to be reminded of a horror film, or of a quaint cottage in the Netherlands? Personally I choose the one which has a chance of a ceramic bowl filled with hard candies.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)11:11 No.12194324

    Someone posted a picture for the salvage ship in the previous thread, near the end, which looked pretty utilitarian.


    For the exploration-test ship, i'd see something totally different, a several kilometers-long fullerene hi-tech needle with a complicated contraption in the middle for the Device. As it hit the hyperspace gate ten years ago it could looks damaged at some places, or, more disturbing, absolutely not damaged.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)11:11 No.12194329
    Have an NPC crewman that's nice, polite, and always eager to help. Get the players to depend on him/her. OOC, let them assume that he's your cover against mistake, as in if you screw up (no way out, need more people to finish puzzle, etc) he's the dues ex machina embedded in the story line. Them have him/her randomly become a knife wielding psychopath. Make sure that they only go after one player at a time, and always when that player is alone. When questioned by other players, he/she seems perfectly normal, and has no memory of the event.

    tl;dr Data -> Micheal Myers -> Data
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)11:14 No.12194348

    How about it seems rent straight through the middle. Once entered, this damage simply....isn't there.

    They also lose connection to their ship, so no "Hey is that rip still there?"
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)11:16 No.12194366
    Rendering it down the middle might be a little much-
    if there isn't a huge gash in the ship, then little warning flags would be going up way to soon.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)11:42 No.12194629
    Metallic fish like things that hang suspended, and flow back and forth.
    empty spacesuits move on their own. Small movements that only happen when it is nearby but only visible out of the corner of the eye and then nothing when it is investigated. Or at a distance visible through a porthole, walking in a sluggish unnatural manner across the hull.
    The planet is always a backdrop to the portholes of the ship- even when they are on the side of the ship should be facing away from the planet.
    Odd instruments go haywire in odd ways. A microscope shows only static. A keyboard will only let certain keys be pressed. A computer shows only a mirror image of whats in front of it.
    Tools and little items are replaced with exact copies with minor variations- a wrench has a diamond embedded into, a microchip for some small unessential piece of equipment that is turned to chocolate, a crowbar made of flesh...
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)13:00 No.12195329
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    PCs go to sleep.

    One of them wakes up to find him/herself in the medbay with the other PCs performing some horrible operation - minus anesthesia of course.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)13:13 No.12195432
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    Does this qualifies as our test vessel ?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)13:18 No.12195463
    That should work very nicely
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)13:25 No.12195507
    Cool! That's exactly what I was thinking
    did you make that yourself?
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)13:29 No.12195532

    Excellent work. If that's an original design, I think the only thing left to do for the ship design is actual scale, and the coloring.

    For scale, this thing needs to be BEYOND big. Proposal-The struts supporting the rings are the size of skyscrapers.
    >> Underdark Russian Writefiend 09/23/10(Thu)13:33 No.12195558
    Problem: construction costs. Keep it minimalist and enhance the fear that some fragile part won't withstand impact with a dropped wrench, floating corpse, errant comet filled with zombies and oh god worms everywhere theyre in my head makeitstopmakeitstopohmommynoplea

    Plus, its going to be a problem to maintain that level of surface area, what with random paint scratches, repairs and additional pylons added on for expansion.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)13:33 No.12195563

    If we make the ship that large, doesn't that make having the overly long hallway thing more difficult to pull off?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)13:34 No.12195564
    Unfortunately no, that's not my work, i just browsed my spacships collection. I was looking for something more in line with the proposal above of a kilometers-long black hi-tech needle, but i have nothing that specific.
    I though this however could be of some use.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)13:55 No.12195733
    So what kind of scale then? We need it big enough to have a large amount of area to leave blank even with a full campaign.

    Or do we want to have it small enough that they'll become familiar with the layout, then when it starts to fuck with them they can't trust their memories?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)14:02 No.12195795

    It should be relatively smallish - at least according to the blueprints.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)14:15 No.12195924
    "Hollis, ain't this thing supposed to be only 4 Kloms, not counting the Relay?"

    "Well...yeah, that's what the blueprints say. Hey Jane, these blueprints are supposed to be sound, right?"

    "They've been checked and double checked, these are the blueprints."

    "Well, we measured on foot. 10 Kloms at the least before we ran out of steam."

    "Could you repeat that?"

    "We're ten kloms in, measuring from the prow."

    "There must be something wrong with your measurements, scanners confirm the blueprints. 4 kloms. Could you broadcast location, for a few seconds?"

    "Has to be a mixup. Hey, it's on, you reading this?"

    "Well, somethings wrong."


    "Your signal isn't coming from inside the ship."


    "Your signal. The coordinates your broadcasting are approximately 6 Kloms out in space from aft, and then 3 Kloms down."
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)14:25 No.12196037
    As part of the time dickery, one could have the PCs take some significant but non-fatal damage when the freaky shit starts to happen. "Your body feels hot - very hot. You can smell the burning of flesh, and, more importantly, you can feel it as well. You collapse down on the ground, clawing at your body as horrific burn marks form on your body."

    Later on, when said character is exploring around, have an accident happen. There's a leak, the player accidentally causes a spark and is engulfed in flame... causing the wound to heal itself.

    Other players may not be so lucky, and damage they receive is simply added to what they took earlier.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)14:35 No.12196166

    you have two options, make it small enough to make the PC freak out because the cause of all that nightmare can't be further than a dozen meter, or so gigantic that you can doubt that this ship was made by human beings, and that all the horror you may encounter is just a glimpse of what the shadows may hide.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)14:38 No.12196202

    I'd lean towards the former. The alien influence of the latter seems out of place with what we've done so far.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)14:38 No.12196209

    Personally, I'd like to do the IMPOSSIBLY LARGE ship, bigger on the inside. It looks to be about 6 Kloms long from the outside, but on the inside...the only thing you've found that goes anywhere near outside is the Not Quite So Endless Hallway.

    This way, if this EVER gets turned into a setting, any DM could just make shit up inside the ship without fear of fucking anything pre-established up.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)14:44 No.12196279

    Considering ideal size. Proposal, Cargo Ship size? Not impossible, large enough to have area's that might never be visited -and thus open for GM imaginaaaation-, small enough to have areas they might frequent enough to become familiar with, and still have room left over for the creepy shit.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)14:48 No.12196319
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    Is a modern day carrier is large enough to you?
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)14:56 No.12196400

    This would be a very good size. Something that size as the trunk, and then the rotating rings around it. Size of Rings?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:07 No.12196517

    I'd go for something slightly bigger, big enough so that we have no equivalent today
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)15:15 No.12196572

    Remember, that's only the base, the trunk where actual work goes on. We haven't even decided on how large the bridge is, or the Crew-Quarter Rings are, or how big the engine room/quarter is.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:17 No.12196589
    Too many cooks spoil the broth.

    I think some of the people working on this don't quite understand what the original purpose of the setup was. Especially when I see things like "we should include X because it's SO COOL".

    Oh well. I already got a cool tabletop one shot, it's not like whatever butchery occurs in the process of transitioning it to writing will affect that.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:22 No.12196654
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    You the OP of the original thread? Then props dude, i would love to be in your game and also sorry for taking your setting and changing all sorts of shit. I felt kinda bad in the last thread when you told us what characters are in the maintenance team and we just made our own members up.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:27 No.12196701
    Nah, not the OP. The guy who came up with the kill team/temporal distortion thing (and other bits of random fluff). I'm still certainly going to run a game of it though. It will be absolutely delicious to play in Traveller.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)15:28 No.12196711

    I'll try to do it justice.

    How long until you have your campaign? I need to know how yours goes.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)15:29 No.12196728
    Oh, not OP.

    I've never actually played Traveller, what is it/what's it play like?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:30 No.12196731
    Aw well shit I would still like to play in your game.
    I'd also like to see this turn out to be a webcomic or some shit. I know no one who would be interested in a sci-fi horror and I'd really like to see this played out in some manner.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:40 No.12196853

    This even deserves to be cleaned and turned into a coherent setting, and hosted somewhere.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)15:47 No.12196925
    Traveller is an excellent system. Fun character generation (your characters don't start as fresh green adventurers or whatever your common trope is - you roll to see what their life was like before they became Travellers). The system itself is 2d6 based, with 8 being the target number. It's a nice bell curve system. Lots of support for noncombat stuff, skills are considered very important. No levels or classes. Fairly lethal combat - your average character will be disabled in two pistol shots if unarmored, and killed in three.

    Probably my favorite system overall.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)15:52 No.12196993

    Huh, I'd have to find a game.

    Online of course, there is shit all /tg/ stuff in my area. Have to drive like, 45 minutes to get to the closest FLGS.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)16:49 No.12197636
    I think the ship should be left white, and, while large should not be stupidly large.
    The rings themselves should be about maybe a kilom in circumference? Does that sound right?
    Also- does the crew know the nature of the ship when they salvage it, that it was the first FTL ship that also caused the gate disaster ten years ago?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)16:54 No.12197679
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    this may be a little late
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)16:58 No.12197713
    New crewmen:
    Name: Paul Maudi
    Race: Middle eastern of the desert planet Arakoni.
    Field: Presicence
    Traits: Physically blind, able to see via prescience.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)16:59 No.12197717
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    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:02 No.12197744

    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:04 No.12197754

    Blind fucker who sense the surronding world via prescience doesn't match the setting imho, save for the ship's events everything in this universe should be as normal as our everyday life.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:12 No.12197811
    Ok, how about?
    Traits: Blind (but is really good at using his other senses and prscience to get a very accurate guess of were someone/something is).
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:16 No.12197844

    Yeah, the company owning the recovery ship will be totally alright with enlisting a blind crewman who's good at guessing where his fuckin coffe mug is.
    >> Omegon 09/23/10(Thu)17:19 No.12197865
    It may ony work, if he is one VERY WELL connected fucker; for example one of the bosses - or sponsors of original project.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:19 No.12197871
    I think you missed the "very accurate," part. This guy gets it right 99.9% of the time!
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)17:21 No.12197887

    Sure he's blind.
    But this is a relatively hi-tech setting, seeing as the ship they're investigating was doing shit with FTL travel.

    Simple, he has Bionic eyes, a replacement he felt was more worth for his money then biological replacements. He has a genetic disorder in fact, that slowly destroys corneal nerves, which is why he NEEDS to use Bionic eyes. Plus side is, he can put down button cameras that he can see through.

    The ship pretty much doesn't like him, so (Starts slow at beginning, get's worse over time) his eye's start to malfunction. Primarily with distances, and where things are.

    He checks Cam-3b, which he placed in the cafeteria? For some reason he see's people in there, but Hollis is in there too and he doesn't see shit. He looks through a dark hallway, and his infrared/nightvision/whathave you just doesn't work, while everyone else just has their eye's adapt like they normally do to low light.

    The Ship Doesn't Like him, because where we're going, he shouldn't need eyes to see.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:23 No.12197896
    Meh, too many characters at this point.
    We should be fine with the cast as it is
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:24 No.12197902
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:25 No.12197916

    THAT is interesting, but the blind guy with extrasensorial powers doesn't match well with the realistic hard sci-fi setting
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:28 No.12197936
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    might as well post the first one in this thread too
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:34 No.12198002
    You sir are awesome
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:52 No.12198143

    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)17:59 No.12198187

    Where do these come from!?

    Must know.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:03 No.12198218

    A kind anon made it since the first thread opened last night.
    I can't thank you enough good anon.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:35 No.12198482
    So, apart from our Janitor and the stern woman, we haven't really given any thought to the dead crew members of the ship
    any ideas?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:41 No.12198526

    A drowned crewmember in the seawater filled section, who looks like he drowned a few minutes ago.

    Half a dozen dead crewmembers in body bags at the medical bay, all dead in very imaginative ways, (one crushed under a crate at the cargo bay in strange circumstances, one who cut his wrists open, open found burnt to the bones in his quarters,etc..) hinting that wathever happened they had time to see it coming and freaking out.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:46 No.12198560
    One dead of haemorrage after his arm suddenly gone missing while performing routine tast, the wound looks perfectly cut, even better than with a ultra high pressure water jet.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:46 No.12198561
    But those are just corpses
    I need personalities, that will come through the various audio and video diary logs the crew will find around the ship
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:51 No.12198601
    Sorry :)

    I think it will be difficult to give as much personality to each dead crewmember as to the Stern Woman.

    And my humble help won't be of much help for this.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:57 No.12198636
    Consider this shit stolen for my Rogue Trader campaign. could be awesome when the crew is exploring the ship during warpflight.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)18:58 No.12198656
    Nah- everyone's help is welcomed!

    Besides, it doesn't have to be terribly interesting, just some depth, to give some perspective to the brutally mangled corpses we see around us
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)19:17 No.12198871

    Alright, let's re-use the Bionic Man, since we are restricting ourselves to 5 crew members.

    John Mikaiah, of unknown descent. A bit of a kidder, always trying to get around the inherent disturbance his artificial eyes caused. Being relatively poor (Family to support) he couldn't afford ones that looked like real eyes, so instead massive round orbs bigger then his eye sockets that glow blue, with wiring under the skin. Could have looked nice for the ladies, but Nana needs an operation, and the kids (Not his, Sisters) need food. Though a clown, he becomes very stern when facing his job and passion. Cooking. He's always loved cooking, for both the artful meals he can create, and the usefulness of how to make almost anything edible.

    How does he die anons?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)19:20 No.12198899
    Have the only (or last at the moment of the autopsy) ship's medic in a body bag, with the record of the autopsy just on its side, redacted by someone who obviously was a medicine doctor. PC can even find the ship's medic very own signature at the end of the report.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)19:26 No.12198971
    Eyes exploding maybe?
    Or, he thinks he can see when he doesn't have the eyes in- and he starts seeing visions of the future?
    Or maybe they just start bleeding oil and he gets lots of bad feedback that hurts his head, and eventually has to go around without his eyes and ends up accidentally knocking himself out and suffocating in the ships freezedry food larder?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)19:31 No.12199027

    you can have some other features, like he can't really see but have perception of its environment through radar, ladar, sonar, shitload of different tools, linked to its brain's sense of touch area, as his vision area is irreparrably damaged. Thus he has an excellent perception of its environment, but he's kinda autistic as he has absolutely no instinctive understanding of facial expressions.

    Make one of his eye a black dodecaedron with no eyelid, the other one a glistening sphere, and everyone who looks at these tools feels very uncomfortable.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)19:33 No.12199048

    I feel like an asshole contributing to this, like a quest-thread guy popping and answering his own question.

    But eeeengh.

    Alright, so most of the MINDFUCKS we have are based more on messing with senses and perception, right? Very few of them have been stuff like people cut into pieces impossibly neatly, corpses with no marks on the body but completely drained of blood, a man hanging himself with his own intestines, etc. So, killing him with his own senses would most likely be the best.

    So, ideas I have.

    Eyes give him a false view, such as opening what he thinks to be the door to his room, but it's actually a door to an area recently hit by debris, still in a state of vacuum. When the corpse is discovered, no one can think of how he got in, door is gone and the airlocks/shutters used to block of that section are still up.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)20:03 No.12199422
    Sounds good
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)20:08 No.12199479
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)20:19 No.12199614

    can't wait to see a player having to act like he perceive his world through a remote sense of touch :)
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)20:42 No.12199933
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    >This thread.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)21:08 No.12200286
    To the contributors of this thread.

    Jesus Fuck, SS13 will never be the same.

    And to the wonderous artist that drew the comics thus far, the staring woman is going to haunt my god damn nightmares.

    *tak* *tak*

    >Finger. Delisal

    I think captcha is in on this
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)21:10 No.12200304
    What's SS13?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)21:11 No.12200312
    How'd we change SS13 for you?
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)21:13 No.12200338

    +You are -TWELVE HOURS 40 MINUTES AND 30 SECONDS EARLY- to be posting in this thread.
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)21:21 No.12200422
    Ohh dear...

    This is going to get fun for my rogue trader group.

    What's that? The ship's machine spirits have taken a strange liking to one of the crew? manifesting in some strange and increasingly vulgar messages on random dataslates?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)22:05 No.12200833
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    Holy crap it is so awesome to see a character I made used in a comic like that. <3 you a lot drawfag, I hope to see more in the future.

    Pic is how I imagine Jack or maybe Hank sees the AI.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/23/10(Thu)22:11 No.12200903
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    Guys, I'm not the best of drawfags.

    In fact, I'm barely one at all, see how crappy the pic is. That's the kind of stuff I can draw.

    Would y'all be okay with me drawing up a Kill-Team member in COME AT ME BRO position, spouting said line?
    >> Anonymous 09/23/10(Thu)23:17 No.12201545
    Sounds good to me!
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)01:03 No.12202957
    Old/Dead crewmember-
    Dave, Hope's Quartermaster.
    Real tight ass when it comes to supplies and generally bland, if unpleasant, person all around- listened to soft synth music while watching his pseudo-fish was his one of his few hobbies. Shaved bald, five foot ten, blue eyes
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)02:22 No.12203764
    rolled 5, 4 = 9

    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)03:27 No.12204261
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    Bump for nighttime/euro /tg/

    Everything is turning out awesome so far. I'm in the process of making a recap to help other fi/tg/uys contribute without having to slog through the archives.

    Also, I've been playing System Shock 2 to help me get more ideas for the project. Granted, SHODAN and The Many are the polar opposite of what we're going for, but they are some features in the game we can perhaps elaborate on.

    For instance, there's the part at the ending cutscene when SHODAN takes over a human crewmember's body. Perhaps we can have a moment where Sally materializes out of a terminal or from the remains of a hapless corpse in front of Hank and they proceed to embrace and kiss. Better yet, Sally's corpse somehow leaves the airlock and catches up with Hank regardless of where he's at. Hank is the only member of the entire crew that experiences this and Sally never brings it up, so it's completely unknown whether she has the means to take a physical form, its part of the fluxes in time and space, or just part of Hank's decaying psyche and love for the AI.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)04:32 No.12204708
    Have the AI carry on one sided conversations with the dead crew members, throw in some "I'm sorry lieutenant, that violates safety protocols" and "Unable to comply, that request is against regulation 36" . Realize that either the dead crew members are trying to convince the computer to kill the PCs or the AI is trying to convince itself to kill them.
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/24/10(Fri)08:07 No.12205796

    Bumping once, before I go off to do some lernin'.

    Will post some sketches later today of IDEEEAAAAAS I have.

    Unsure of whether or not we've hit auto-sage limit.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)08:15 No.12205846
    Autosage at 300
    >> WritefagTelk !!RieiTL8TdGP 09/24/10(Fri)08:18 No.12205855

    Then we're good for now.
    Have we decided how many crew there were supposed to be on the ship?
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)12:18 No.12207399
    A complement of say, fifty sounds like a nice round number
    Also- I support the crew members trying to convince Sally to kill off the salvage team
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)12:45 No.12207643
    Just your friendly neighborhood bump.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)14:51 No.12208742
    One of the players got the bridge when an npc is doing a spacewalk, a warning from the computer alerts that the npcs suit pressure has dropped to near vacuum, and heart rate stopped suddenly. After a while there is a respons on the radio, a strange crunching sound and then an unknown voice "I am back at the airlock, let me in".

    Or maybe you can have one of your players get attacked by an empty spacesuit or something.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)15:17 No.12208940

    The AI is Smeagol, actually
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)19:29 No.12211308
    Hey all, whoever is active in here, I was the guy getting email addresses in the first half of this thread, I've got 3 other fellows in contact with me, I was drawfaggin a bit (I'm not he drawfag from the first thread, however, my photoshop broke during that one) and have some sketches down. If someone could give me a new summary here so I can modify what's been said so I don't start drawing erroneous things, that'd be grand.
    If you want post an email address of yours and I can include in the creative loop we have going on here, and hopefully we can get all our thoughts in line.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)19:38 No.12211385
    Do we still have the AI as someone having a crush on the PCs?
    That could be fun to see, I think
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)19:39 No.12211405
    Yep- AI has a crush on Hollis, the leader of the salvage team.
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)19:43 No.12211426
    Yes, as far as I know that stands. Was it a destructively-hateful-towards-others kind of thing? Or just a quiet-cute-I'll-do-my-best-for-you kind of thing?
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)19:46 No.12211449
    I think it was the cute kind, though she may get kind of scary if she finds out that Hollis is angry at Hank
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)19:48 No.12211459
    Ah, excellent, I was hoping it was still that. Anyways, I'm drawing the ship as we speak, so hopefully I'll have it done in a few minutes (doubtful) and you can go over it. Also what was the purpose of this ship again?
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)19:50 No.12211487
    Which ship?
    The salvage ship was already posted.
    The ship being salvaged was testing an experimental FTL drive core-
    look here for a good approximation of what's been described as far as features:
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)19:54 No.12211514
    Yeah, the salvage ship is done, that I know. Hrm, ok, so it looks like they've pretty much already got a working ship design. Bummer. Oh well, I'll keep working on this one for the hell of it.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)19:55 No.12211525
    Post it!
    We haven't got an original image yet- that one was just a pic one anon found that was an approximation of the details we had listed
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)20:03 No.12211608
    Jubilation! I will, I'm adding some more working bits to it. Also I really wanted to incorporate: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_Woodpecker For some odd reason it seemed to fit, it even has a lot of its own mythos already attached, which adds to the mood, and worst comes to worst I can just retconn it.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)21:11 No.12212318
    care to post some of your older work drawfag?
    At least so we can separate you from our other resident drawfag?
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)21:17 No.12212391
    Hey buddy!
    Check your AIM
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)21:17 No.12212393
    Sure, I was actually just finishing up my ship design, it's very bare-bones and rough on the edges etc, but hopefully you'll like it.
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)21:17 No.12212401
    Ok. thanks bro.
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)21:25 No.12212480
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    OK, so I've got this...
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)21:33 No.12212579
    Looks good to me,
    In fact it looks a lot like what we've already got, except yours is more blocky while ours was more, hrmm, needle like, tapering out at the ends
    >> Alpharius 09/24/10(Fri)21:40 No.12212660
    Kinda disappointed.

    The last thread was amazing and I chipped in a little here and there...this thread though.

    The "crew" just seem so stereotypical and boring going by the first few posts.

    The drunk, the young woman, the couple with issues, and the weird religious guy.


    I'm not sure what I WOULD like, but all that just does nothing for me.
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)21:41 No.12212675
    Yeah, in a lot of aspects it's almost the same, except I don't know if the older one has solar arrays, and it definitely doesn't have the Russian Woodpeckers on it. And with this one I know the functionality of a lot of the parts and how to relate them to whacky hijinks and such.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)21:54 No.12212789
    Why so Omegon?
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)21:57 No.12212832
    Well I can understand his concerns, our characters are very much a kind of archetype you see in this sort of setting. The drunk, the mechanic, the eager newbie, etc.

    But perhaps that's what will make this setting work better? With a solid (albeit well known) type of character for foundations, we could do quite a lot around them.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:01 No.12212890
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    If you ask me, the issue's that people are getting excited about the soap opera/drama elements to the exclusion of the atmosphere and overall story.
    but honestly I'm happy that these threads are even still around
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:06 No.12212954

    My drawfag friend i love you.
    I have to admit that i lost most of my interest in the thread the moment some guys dumped so fuckin stereotyped characters in it, and start telling "wouldn't it be cool if they'd do that and that?"
    >> Alpharius 09/24/10(Fri)22:09 No.12212980
    Hehehe, since the Alpha Legion thread lastnight I'm not sure if I want to take the name off.

    I do see that good stuff could be done with it that was really just my instant reaction.

    Compared to something like Pandorum, which started off with 2 guys with amnesia, and 2 slightly messed up survivors, then developed it into some really cool stuff.

    I think the couple is the worst one though, I mean this is supposed to be a semi-military highly professional team, men and women can work together without some of them hooking up.

    Take the crew in Event Horizon. There was no need for a couple it had more than enough there, the Captain haunted by his past actions, the Rookie, the Scientist haunted by his wifes suicide, the Mother missing her child...etc...without putting some contrived love story/sacrifice for love thing in.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:13 No.12213032
    Insane AI falling in love is a staple of the genre though!
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:15 No.12213067
    I don't know- again, this is only barebones stuff, we're just trying to get a feel for most of their personalities so far.
    Do you have any suggestions to make the traits we've introduced more subtle?
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:16 No.12213072

    That's my point, players should concentrate on how fucked up the ship is, not on how fucked up the lifes of their characters are.
    >> Armoured 09/24/10(Fri)22:18 No.12213092
    Pandorum, holy shit I just saw that recently, loved it. Yeah, I agree, we don't really NEED a relationship, but if that's the only real flaw we'll get with this group then hey, I'll bite that bullet all day long.

    Just remember there's more than one of us.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:23 No.12213146
    Actually I don't know if we would use these salvage team characters outlined for an actual game.
    These are for more, I dunno, like a shared story or comic or something taking place in the same setting
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:30 No.12213216
    Hollis reminds me a great deal of Harkin from Mass Effect.

    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:38 No.12213327
    Really? I didn't get anything.
    Harkin is a washed out bum who's been riding the gravy train in ME1, and an angry washed out bum who had the gravy train yanked out from under him and was bitter enough to be self rightous about it.
    Hollis has some issues, yeah, buthe's dealing with them as best he can- see his violently nonviolence streak and his bonzai trees
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/24/10(Fri)22:41 No.12213368
    I think if we wanted to we could make a game out of this, just pare down the back-story on the characters and let the players add in some of their own snippets for creativities sake.
    >> Alpharius 09/24/10(Fri)22:48 No.12213460
    Yeah the AI getting protective or maybe going as far as love, was a nice idea, it was the "lovers" within the crew that I was a bit unsure about.

    There was a bit of talk about that yeah. How it would work as a book or tv show type thing because there were so many ideas people didn't think it would all fit into one RPG setting.

    I think the extra background can be interesting but for the most part the story/setting should be about the characters natural reactions to the utterly crazy situation. While at times things might tie into their past or character traits/flaws (ala Event Horizon) the actual trait should be secondary to the warped/nightmare version of it they are being subjected to.
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)22:57 No.12213579
    Yeah- though to do that we'd need to work out more of a background for the planet these guys are coming from and the effects the warp gate incident had on it.
    Also- I think Hollis trying to reciprocate the feelings the AI has, only to get shot down, is hilarious. I mean- how many times have we seen AI try to force affections on unwilling people and then go crazy when they don't love them back? Here's the inverse- someone falls for an affectionate AI, only to find that the AI is in love, just not with him
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)23:02 No.12213638
    *Edit: Ignore the first part of my response, I got confused with what you wrote- I thought you were implying that we needed MOAR character background based mind fuckry*
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)23:24 No.12213920
    Yeah, that's a pretty good analogy. Though our guy is a lot more unstable then Jet- rather than being what keeps the group together, he's got a whole lot of his own problems to deal with. Probably has to do with the fact because he fought in a war of some sort- he's devoted to pacifism since he left the military though.
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/24/10(Fri)23:27 No.12213958
    Hm, so our guy is like a destablilized Jet with all his limbs still, then? That sounds good.

    Speaking of limbs have any of our characters lost any? Do you think they will?
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)23:32 No.12214013
    None of the salvage crew, though we were thinking of including a guy from the original crew with bionic eyes.
    Read about him here:
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/24/10(Fri)23:41 No.12214111
    I see... I like all the concepts for him, though he's rather said and done, we've already got a way to kill him (several in fact).
    >> Anonymous 09/24/10(Fri)23:52 No.12214233
    Hey if the drawfag who did
    is still here, can you please respond?
    I want to know if you'd be interested in helping develop the ideas more?
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:00 No.12214333
    I'm still around, but I have literally nothing to offer you which has not been stolen from either dead space, event horizon, or ray bradbury novels
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:03 No.12214378
    Oh goodie!
    I was hoping to see you. Some of us are getting together to work on this project and tossed each other's email around, would you like to contribute?
    Also- unoriginality is just fine, just as long as you're unoriginal originally.
    Or you're pretty sure no one will catch the reference.
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:05 No.12214397
    I'm surprised that no one caught the names "hollis" and "applegate," actually
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:07 No.12214434
    If you want, you could explain?
    I tried to do a google search, but all I got was the Hollis Apple festival.
    Also- is the religious dude above Hank?
    Also also- you got any ideas, suggestions, or criticism?
    Also also also- will you send me an email?
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)00:07 No.12214437
    Most awesome, hey >>12214378 and I are in a chat right now, we've been swapping emails over stuff that's been posted and idea and whotnot, trying to stay current on all of this. Wanna get in on it?
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:09 No.12214454
    What he said!
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:13 No.12214498
    I hate to let you guys down, but I've got way too much going on in my personal life to do more than a couple pages/drawings... you're gonna have to do without me
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)00:17 No.12214553
    Ahhh bummer, well that's ok. Thanks for considering at least.
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:20 No.12214588
    Understandable. Thank you for the work you've already contributed! You want to just maybe bullshit with us and hammer out some more details for this campaign/story/comic/whatever the hell it is at this point?
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)00:22 No.12214624
    Oh well hey, if you want we could at least include you on the mailing list we've got going back and forth. That way you'll always know what's up.
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:28 No.12214705
    You guys are super nice but I'm going to have to step out of this sooner or later. It's no fault of yours but I've just got too much going on and I'll feel guilty for not being able to draw stuff constantly
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)00:32 No.12214752
    Well that's ok, but we could at least keep you in touch with it, no need to fret about constant input. I mean c'mon, this is /tg/, it's just a weekend project for all of us anyways haha. If you really don't want to though, I understand.
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:47 No.12214931
    I'm on /tg/ pretty frequently, start a thread and odds are good I'll see it sooner or later
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:49 No.12214943
    Sounds good brah.
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)00:49 No.12214949
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    Alrighty, that works.

    Anyways, here's the old/dead crew's uniform I was working on, it's rather incomplete at the moment. Thoughts? Changes? Additions?
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:50 No.12214956
    I would like in the mailing list
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)00:50 No.12214958
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)00:58 No.12215034
    Ok, you should be receiving the latest update right now. Welcome!
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)01:14 No.12215238
    isn't that event horizon?


    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)01:15 No.12215253
    Maybe- some anon just posted it out of his image folder.
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)01:26 No.12215371
    that is a very orange jumpsuit
    >> Armoured !!4wp5nvKKFYH 09/25/10(Sat)01:32 No.12215431
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    Yeah, it was supposed to be more brown than orange but my screen shows colors in a weird spectrum that's just SLIGHTLY off enough to cause... that.

    Anyways, I think this is the more complete version, I will work on the gauntlet on a separate file to let me do some detail.
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)01:59 No.12215674
    sounds good to me
    Does any anon want to compile all the details we've made so far?
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)03:57 No.12216466
    Red shirts for the red shirts?
    >> Anonymous 09/25/10(Sat)04:14 No.12216556
    bumpin for glory. someone archive this shit as a continuation, I don't know how, and too lazy/tired to do care to learn.

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