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    72 KB Rogue Trader Quest: Part 2 Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)22:11 No.12305396  
    Previous Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/12294425/

    Your name is Dolemite Deadlift, and damn, it feels good to be a Rogue Trader. Or at least it would be, if you weren’t up to your neck in paperwork. When you requested a copy of your Warrant of Trade to review, you thought it would be a nice easy way to avoid getting screwed over by loop holes and responsibilities that you’d otherwise be unaware of. Instead, you get several large piles of paper, which will take you at least a week of reading just to get through the damn thing, let alone comprehend it all. At the very least, you’re in the warp on a jump, so you’ve got plenty of time. Your initial destination was Armageddon to requisition troops and tanks, but just hours before you had been informed by H1256-H47 that the ship lacked enough energy to do so in one jump from the Ultima Segmentum. In reaction you’ve decided on shorter faster jumps, but no new destination has been decided yet.

    Already in the second day of your travels, it is almost noon and all you’ve done today is study the Warrant. The day before, you had met with the Explorator H1256-J47 and his pet Fluffy, the incredibly creepy Astropath Invidia, the womanizing Missionary Jet, and addressed the crew at large with a rousing speech of plunder and hot-blooded manliness. Today you have scheduled a dinner party with the upper NCOs of the ship, but that is several hours off at the moment.

    Currently, you’re in your study up to your neck in paper work.

    >What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:18 No.12305463
    Get my ass of that place and take a walk around the ship...

    do you have a map btw? of the ship
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:19 No.12305464
    Go meet our navigator
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:20 No.12305476
    i go to the closest person inside the ship and ask him where the navigator is at
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:22 No.12305497

    Figure out where we want to go next. Look at our star charts and find nearby systems. Get the astropath do do some divination on the promising ones and then contact them to look for jobs we can take on, if that's not too taxing for her.

    Follow up on a melta/las/plas practice range.
    >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5bYDhZBFLA&ob=av3e&has_verified=1 Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)22:32 No.12305602
    To the Navigator!

    A boring life such as this is not meant for and individual such as you. You are Rogue Trader, you need action! Or at least of out this chair. Striking a dynamic pose, you exit the study for far more exciting prospects and go to visit the navigator.

    Finding the navigator does not take long. Rather, it’s getting to him that’s the problem. Several layers of strict security and bulkheads mean it takes even the captain an hour to enter the sanctum. Once you do however, you find yourself in a room where every square inch is covered with cords or holo-screens. Over the hum of electronics, you hear pounding machine music, what you tentatively describe as techno. In the middle you see a man who seems to be completely enthralled, and wearing some sort of arcane assortment of black leather clothing and neon light attachments.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:35 No.12305638

    Introduce ourselves outline the issue with the trip to Armageddon, ask him for alternate routes we can try and use.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)22:42 No.12305698
    The man-no, boy doesn’t even turn towards you as you explain the situation. Instead his pneumatic chair turns around several times and rises in height as he presses apparently invisible buttons. With a voice you recognize as an auto tuner, he responds, “Very well Dol-e-mite. Three planets are in range that are suitable for landing. One is a forest-eske world that could have several exploitable resources, a gas giant with a satellite station that we could refuel at, and a minor imperial world that we could visit. A little beyond though I believe there is an unclaimed world and a Tau world I see~.”
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:46 No.12305739

    "Right, give me the locations, names and what data we have for the planets, I'll run them by the rest of the officers and let you know, where we're going next."

    "Also... Are you on an anti-aging regimen or are you a just a prodigy?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)22:53 No.12305811
    “The names that follow are the Imperial names, so if anyone says something else about the places, that’s their own thing. The forest world is known as Eternum Truth. The gas giant is E-738, while the station is Trial of Faith. The Imperial world is Macabre Faith, and that’s all I can get off the top of my head. The Tau world was previously an uninhabited world scheduled for colonization, but the Tau got there first so there isn’t an official name for it. As for the unclaimed one, it hasn’t been explored yet, so it’s known only as MJ-89. You should see someone else for more precise details. As for me, I’m just the normal age for beginning. This is the first ship I’ve ever navigated.”
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:56 No.12305841
    Well fuck. Tell him good bye and see the seneschal for more info.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:57 No.12305857
    >You now realize that an Imperial battle barge just happens to be in the rough shape of a horsecock.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)22:59 No.12305880

    "If this wasn't the first ship I've Captained I'd probably be concerned about that. Thanks for your time."

    Do we have time to get the astropath to do some hoodo with the planets and make a call or two before dinner?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:00 No.12305892
    You bid the navigator farewell, and turn to leave. It isn’t until you exit the room that you realize you haven’t gotten his name, but you don’t want to have to go through all that security again just to get his damn name. After you get back to the “normal” part of the ship, the seneschal appears before you, already waiting for you. Before you can even ask him about the planets, he hands you pile of data-slates, each with information about the relevant planet.

    Which do you want to read first?
    >Eternum Truth
    >Trial of Faith
    >Macabre Faith
    >Tau world
    >Unexplored World
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:02 No.12305908

    Unexplored world.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:08 No.12305970
    The unexplored world has, obviously, very few details known about it due to its status. It is believed to have 1.3 times Holy Terra’s gravity, and initial probes show the world to have a breathable atmosphere. Eighty percent of the world is covered in water, though oddly the majority of it is fresh water. The planet is believed to be habitable, though no expedition has been scheduled for it yet.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:15 No.12306045

    Have Invidia read the tarot about the unknown world and give me the info on the Tau world. A smash and grab on a Xeno world might be interesting assuming we're not going to run into a dozen cadres.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:16 No.12306048
    Head to the unexplored world
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:21 No.12306097
    To the Astropath!

    As loathe as you are towards that creepy woman, you can’t deny her usefulness. Once again you make your way down through labyrinthine corridors of the Igneus, and find yourself outside the bulkhead that serves as the doorway to the realm of your sickly looking astropath. The doors open before you signal for them to, obviously a trick of Invidia.

    Once the doors are clear, you step inside her lair, and find the women standing before a table with two chairs. Her back is turned, though from what you can see she seems to be pouring you some sort of tea. Immediately, she says, “W-w-would you like some t-t-tea Lord Captain.”
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:24 No.12306129
    Tell he rof course I would like some tea, and sit down. Explain the situation to her, and ask if she can detect lifesigns for the unexplored planet.
    >> noko Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:26 No.12306169
    Ask how her lovelife has been going, and make small talk.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:27 No.12306175
    You sit down, and she hands you a glass of tea. As you take the glass from her, you casually gaze the unnaturally white skin of her hand, and fin d it offensively cold to the touch. For a moment, you think you see her blushing, but you pretend you didn’t. The last thing you need is some unnatural seer with a crush. She soon sits down as well, and you explain the situation. Instantly she becomes focus as the conversation turns to work, and she says that she’ll look into the matter as soon as possible.

    >What do you next?
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/02/10(Sat)23:27 No.12306179
    ill get the damn noko thing right one of these days...
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:27 No.12306181

    "Sure... thank you..." try not to be any more creeped out than you have to be.

    "I need your insight into where we're going to stop en route to Armageddon"
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:30 No.12306215

    I think we need to get ready for dinner don't we?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:35 No.12306289
    Indeed you do. You hastily retreat from Invidia’s arcane sanctum, and make your way to the your room. As you approach it, you notice are large plate has been placed above the doorway, presumably by the serfs. The plate reads, “Here lives the Blessed Captain Dolemite Deadlift, chosen of the Emperor.”

    Amused, you enter the room, and prepare for the coming dinner. What do you wear?
    >Military uniform
    >Extravegent Rogue Trader clothing
    >Plain clothes
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/02/10(Sat)23:36 No.12306301
    Plain clothes, and then become amused when everyone else wears fancy clothing.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:40 No.12306348

    What was our job in the inquisition?

    If it's impressive enough we should wear the uniform, otherwise I'd go with other.

    These guys weren't impressed with the gung ho style, so we want to project competence, and not being some mad rich kid who has command of a starship thanks to family connections and is going to get them all killed. We are, but we want to hide that.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:41 No.12306364
    Of course, it would be best to give off the impression of the common man, to best give the impression you are one of the crew and in it together with them. You look through your closet, and find it larger than anything you ever expected. Apparently you’re expected to dress for success, and there’s clothing for every occasion. Ten minutes pass before you find a suitable set of clothing, and after stripping yourself of your captain’s gear you switch over and are ready to go. You have an hour till dinner, and it will take you a half hour to get to the location where it is being hosted.

    What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:44 No.12306390
    Write a love letter to a fictional girl named Sheila back home. Fill it with all sorts of lovey-dovey nonsense.

    Then when we go to the astropath next, "accidentally" drop it out of your pocket.

    That will fix her good.

    Of course, the pros and cons of having an emotionally unstable psyker on board can be argued.
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/02/10(Sat)23:45 No.12306397
    Better Start heading that way then. Give the closet a once over, just to make sure we are not overlooking something important. (a weapon perhaps) and then proceed to the dining room?
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:46 No.12306408
    hey, I just looked up some of the names that keep getting mentioned. Fun Fact: Invidia means Jealous in Latin.

    Also, our ship's name is Burning Justice in latin
    >> Dogstar !!sKGW1u0HNtI 10/02/10(Sat)23:48 No.12306431
    She's a psyker. She'd know if it was faked. What you're saying is more likely to set her off than not treating her decently and telling her we're not interested. Unnatural or not, she is still human (mostly), and deserves at least to be spoken to up frnt.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:49 No.12306446
    I don't suppose we could develop a psyker fetish, could we?

    Because I really, really don't want to piss off a psyker who is our only connection to the outside world.

    And mind-sex might be fun.
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:50 No.12306453

    Take 35 minutes go over our quarters then head to the dinner.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/02/10(Sat)23:53 No.12306488
    You grab a weapon, and precede towards the dinner party. Thankfully, you get there without any hang ups and arrive twenty minutes early. Along the way you notice your crew treating you different without the uniform. Apparently they don’t recognize you. Useful information, undoubtedly. When you arrive, only a few of your NCO’s have already arrived, wearing their best uniform, each adorned with medals from the previous captain of the ship. Speaking of him, who was he, and what did this ship do before hand. Upon your entrance, one of the NCOs, an older man with a grey beard so long it obscures his neck, looks at you and raises an eye-brow, before returning to the conversation with his fellow men.

    What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/02/10(Sat)23:55 No.12306515

    Ask for a small glass of Amasec and wait for everyone to arrive. Don't make any small talk but respond politely to anyone who talks to you.
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/02/10(Sat)23:57 No.12306530
    Act oblivious to the fact that you are under-dressed, or play it off as modesty. Ask how they are doing, and if there is anything you can do to help. In fact, if they dont already recognize you, pretend to be a humble servant before you reveal yourself to indeed be the captain at dinner.

    at least thats my suggestion.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:00 No.12306558
    Amasec would do nicely. Would surely taste better than the stuff you were used to drinking during missions for the Inquisition. You take your seat, and are pleasantly ignored for the most part as you sit at the overly large head chair of the table. Eventually everyone arrives and takes a seat. As they all settle down and cease their chattering, the look towards you with expectation. Apparently, they want a speech or something. What is it that you say?
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/03/10(Sun)00:02 No.12306568
    continue to act modest, and inquire as to everyone's well being.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:03 No.12306580
    I'm more of an inspiring speech kind of guy. One of you guys want to field this one?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:06 No.12306608

    Raise your glass. "First gentlemen, a toast to Emperor, Imperium, and the mission we are all to carry out in his name"


    I saw when I addressed the crew that many of you have doubts, or were at least seasoned enough that blood and guts speeches fail to impress. And that's good. That's why I asked you here. You are the backbone of this ship, and I need your confidence and your support if we are to have any chance of success or survival.

    So, I am here without rank, without any symbols of my office. I want you to have confidence in the man, not just respect for the uniform. Please, enjoy the dinner and feel free to ask me questions or offer advice.

    Thank you.

    *sit back down*
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:07 No.12306618
    Either your modesty is astounding to them, or you’re just bad with words as they seem to be rather dumbstruck by your appearance and casual attitude. For the briefest of moments not a word is said, until a man of about twenty five speaks up and says, “My Lord, what a great pleasure it is to dine with you personally. I am Petty Officer Master Chief Novus Baro. I work on the Macrocannon crews as a super visor, and it is an honor to meet you in person.”
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:08 No.12306627
    "Gents, we're a little low on engine power so we're making a pitstop over an unexplored world. While the engines charge up, I'd like to take a team down and explore any point of interest we can identify from orbit, then claim the world for the Imperium and all that.

    We'll do a scan for precious minerals of course, and hopefully we can come away from this a little richer than we were before we got here."
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/03/10(Sun)00:12 No.12306669
    "The Honor is all mine Petty Officer Master Chief Novus Baro, a pleasure to meat you! Please call my Dolemite. Lord is such a stiff title, How are the canons and crew? I am sure you are doing an admiral job."
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/03/10(Sun)00:13 No.12306677
    thats kick ass
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:14 No.12306693

    They seem slightly more impressed, and the older man with the beard from before says, “Very well, Lord Captain. Perhaps you’re not the fool we all took you to be initially. I am head of the 5th platoon, ground forces. I hope you don’t intend to lead my men to useless deaths?”
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:17 No.12306713
    Certainly not, in fact I don't intend to lead them to any type of death at all. But, should it come to that I will personally make sure that their deaths were not pointless.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:17 No.12306719
    I don't think we should toss the title away. Getting too familiar could lead them to try taking advantage of us.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:22 No.12306773

    I do not plan on wasting men. I do not intend to lead this crew into a fight unless we have the clear advantage in firepower and position.

    My first priority is to ensure that we have access to heavy weapons and are proficient in their use and care. That is why we are heading for Armageddon.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:22 No.12306780
    He seems slightly more content with you, and sits down. It is not long before the servants arrive carrying treys of food, and before you is laid a large slab of grox. It is delicious, and you soon dig in with a gutso. All in all the dinner seems to be a great success, and you can tell your position has moved up with the NCOs. With a small parting speech reiterating what you’ve already said, the dinner ends, and the NCOs exit the dinning galley.

    What next for Dolemite Deadlift?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:25 No.12306810

    Ask our Seneschal how things are going with that Las/Plas/Melta firing range, and check if Invidia has any news about our possible destinations.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:25 No.12306814
    See if we can find someone who makes everyone around them uncomfortable for no explicable reason.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:29 No.12306861
    As you exit the dining room, the seneschal appears behind you, apparently putting his training to good use. When you question him about the firing ranges, he informs you there it is being looked into, but there seems to be hold up. While the ship is made up of sturdy material, it is not meant to hold up to plasma and meltaguns, and thus finding materials for an impromptu range would be difficult. As for Invidia, he responds she has sent him no message, and he doesn’t believe there will be any until tomorrow at the earliest.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:31 No.12306882
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:32 No.12306889

    "Is there anything I've overlooked in your opinion?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:34 No.12306920
    "I do not believe so, sire. though I believe you might want to meeet with Ripley, our head of military and your new Voidmaster. They are the only two main members of the crew you have yet to meet with."
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/03/10(Sun)00:36 No.12306934
    We should do so at once!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:37 No.12306942
    Is there anyone in the crew who makes everyone around them vaguely uncomfortable that you know of?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:37 No.12306951
    Meet with the Voidmaster.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:41 No.12306997

    To the archimilitant!

    Ripley’s residence is luckily close to the bridge, so that he might be able to be at the center of the action at a moment’s notice. As you approach his home though, it seems more and more like a barracks than a place to rest. There are numerous security stops along the way, where sandbag piles are manned by soldiers with heavy stubbers. Finally, after flashing your status as the captain to many times for you to enjoy, you find yourself outside the great metal barricade doors of the archmilitant’s room.

    What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:44 No.12307017

    Knock on the door, and wonder what kind of freak he's going to turn out to be.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:44 No.12307021
    Knock. Like a boss. Ripley will appreciate the bossness.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:47 No.12307052
    We did remember to wear our biggest hat before we came here, right?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:48 No.12307065

    We're still in Civies...

    Our Archmilitant's a Jaegermonster isn't he?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:50 No.12307077
    Possibly, he was described as a huge mountain of muscle who believed that whoever had the biggest hat was in charge.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:52 No.12307099
    You knock on the metal door, and your rapping so into met in turn with a several thuds against the door. Surprised, you cautiously open the door to be greeted by a rather surprising sight. The room itself is rather Spartan, with a small bed in one corner and a closet and bathroom built into one wall. What really surprising is the wall of weapons opposite the entrance, and the man wrestling a bear in the middle of the place. For a moments you a shocked into a state of dumbfoundedness, only to realize it’s Ripley. Without a hat, you notice his hair is cut short, and an intimidating moustache graces his lips. His shirtless form glistens with sweat, revealing a hairy chest that is pressed against the gigantic beard he wrestles. Each of his biceps are the size of his head, and yet he lacks any discernable scar upon his form.

    It is only after he pins the bear down and wins the match the he notices you. He averts his steely gaze towards you, and stares. Just…staring.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:54 No.12307114

    Dolomite Deadlift is not intimidated. "Hi. I'm the Captain stopping by to say hi, should I get the water on this ship checked or are all my senior officers insane?"
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:55 No.12307124
    Well you really showed that bear what for, huh?
    >> Ursus Rex 10/03/10(Sun)00:55 No.12307125
    ... I am suddenly paying attention to this Quest.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)00:56 No.12307133
    He turns his head ever so slightly, as if he got what you meant, but has yet to decide whether or not you get to live. Thankfully, you’re the captain, and a s man of the military he probably respects your position. You hope.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:58 No.12307147
    I was just checking in to make sure you were a capable officer. But, after seeing that I have no doubt you'll get the job done. Where do you keep the bears anyway?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)00:59 No.12307155

    I repeat... Dolomite Deadlift is not afraid.

    "So, you're Ripley. Tell me a bit about yourself."
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:00 No.12307169
    Our archmilitant is Freddie Mercury, our explorator a mad sicentist, our astropath a quarian with a crush, the navigator daft punk, the seneschal Ofdensen, and our missionary a womanizer. BEST. CREW. EVER.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:00 No.12307172
    I just realized. Our Archmilitant is German Zangief.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:01 No.12307186
    He indicates the closet, though you're not sure how one would fit in there.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:04 No.12307207
    Well, you're the best Archmilitant ever. I'm going to see the Voidmaster now, kick that bear's ass alright?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:12 No.12307295
    A thumbs up is his only response, and after you exit you’re sure you hear the sound of a bear roaring once you close the door.

    Of to the Voidmaster!

    Finding him is much harder than finding Ripley, because apparently he has no assigned room. Instead he just ends up falling asleep in the various shuttles and fighters of the ship, so you have to have the seneschal track him down. It is only through his diligence that your able to find him at all, and that’s after two hours of searching. You soon make your way down to the annoying Elevatus, the seneschal accompanying you to avoid you getting lost in the bowls of the ship. Once inside, you notice there is no button for the sixty third floor. Odd.

    After a half hour in the Elevatus, you find yourself in the hangar bay. Which do you search first?

    >The Drop Ship
    >The Pilot’s Lounge
    >The Fighters
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:13 No.12307305
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:15 No.12307322
    The fighters, because why the hell not.

    As an aside we really need a crew photo a la Zeonquest. Because our crew just kicks so much ass.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:22 No.12307415
    After this, we are exploring the sixty-third floor.
    Just saying.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:22 No.12307421
    To the fighters! Thankfully, it’s on your first stop your find your void master. The man (or is it a woman?) had fallen asleep in his flight suit, and was still in the cockpit snoozing. When you walk up to him, he doesn’t notice, and it isn’t until you call out to him that he (she?) wakes up. With a surprised, “Huh? Unf munf funf?” he looks around and spots you. With his flightmask still on, you are unable to discern his gender, but read from his name tag, ‘Gabriel.’ What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:24 No.12307435

    ask him/her why he/she doesn't have their own room
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:25 No.12307444
    "Gabriel, Dolemite Deadlift. I'm your new captain. I've been touring the ship and meeting with the crew. Is there anything about you I should know?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:25 No.12307446
    "Munf funf unf funf, phunf menf." Well now, that seems obvious in hindsight.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:26 No.12307456
    And our Voidmaster is the TF2 Pryo. BEST. CREW. EVER.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:28 No.12307477
    could you please take off your helmet my good ...............?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:29 No.12307488
    Ask them to remove the helmet, then casually inquire about the sixty third floor.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:29 No.12307492
    You recieve a blank look from gabriel as he tands up in the cockpit. Apparently that option is out.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:31 No.12307504
    So, I trust everything is going well? I'll leave you to your duties then.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:32 No.12307518
    Well screw this dude. Time to find a blank aboard for our favorite mad scientist.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:37 No.12307570
    He nods, before returning to his nap. Nice guy, really. Once the iterveiw is over, you ask the seneschal about the blank. The search will take some time he explains, and blanks are extremely rare. Common sense dictacts that you shouldn't get your hope up, but it is still a possibility.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:38 No.12307578
    Well then. Sixty third floor time. There's got to be SOME way to get to it!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:39 No.12307585
    What's the progress on examining that vehicle my brother sent me?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:41 No.12307607
    Ever prepared, he replies, “The rhino is undergoing some final checks, but for the most part checks out. Apparently though, there is something about the engines that seem out of order, but the techpriests say they’ll have that looked up soon enough.”
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:48 No.12307687
    Well. Is there anything we should be attending to?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:49 No.12307701
    "I don't believe so Lord Deadlift. Is there anything you desire at this point?" he inquires, maintaining a neutral expression.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:52 No.12307732
    I can't think of anything.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:54 No.12307746

    yeah , proceed to time skip
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:56 No.12307762
    we still have to talk to our Astropath
    We still haven't picked a course
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)01:56 No.12307764
    “Very well my captain,” the seneschal replies, his tone neutral as always. With all you interviews finished, you return to your study, and end the night struggling through the copy of the Warrant of Trade. Though it may seem utterly futile at times, you are dead set on finding out the limits of your power, and it is this determination that will take you beyond the stars.

    End day 2
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)01:57 No.12307772
    No, we did that.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:02 No.12307823
    Begin Day 3

    The following day, you awake in the most comfortable in the entire segmentum to find the seneschal waiting for you beside your door. It seems as if has been there a while, though you’re not sure. He stands stiff and unflinching, and in his hand you notice a data slate. What could that be, you wondered as you regain consciousness. OF course, you know that he’ll brief you on the matter as soon as you seem awake enough to deal with it. Sure enough after getting out of bed and stretching out your limbs, he approaches you with a completely business like attitude.

    “Captain, I have some reports from Invidia. I have the information on the unexplored planet in these data slates, though she says that she would prefer to explain it all in person,” the man explains.

    What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:03 No.12307833
    Let's go see what she has to say.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:09 No.12307905
    seconded , and get ready for awkward blushing
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:11 No.12307927
    Damn, well, there are worse ways to start off a day you suppose. Hell, that one time those genestealers snuck in to camp and tried to kill everyone is jumps to the top of that list, but it doesn’t make you any happier to deal with that creepy astropath. After grabbing a light breakfast you put on your unique Rogue Trader clothing and head down to see her.

    This time you don’t even bother to stop and knock on the bulkhead, because you know from experience that she’ll just sense your coming. And of course, for some reason it doesn’t decide to open and you wall face foot into a steel wall.

    What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:12 No.12307943
    Honestly, this has me kind of worried.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:14 No.12307961

    Knock, and remember not to get complacent with the psyker.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:17 No.12308000
    You knock on the bulkhead, immediately growing worried. While you might not care for the girl, having a normally attentive astropath completely ignore your coming is something that instantly makes you think something is wrong. You soon find out things are wrong indeed. Just not in the way you expected.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:21 No.12308050
    When the doors retract, you force down the urge not you draw you plasma pistol and start filling the air with miniature suns. Your reward, of sorts, is to find Invidia unharmed, but obviously different. Though she is still wearing her standard Astra Telepathica robes, something seems different. Oh dear Emperor, she’s wearing make up. Not only that, but her hair has been done, and she’s wearing necklace. This does not bode well for you.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:22 No.12308063

    Keep it professional and keep it together. "You said you had information for me?"
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:23 No.12308067
    "Um, I was told you had a message for me?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:26 No.12308106
    She smiles faintly at you and gestures you to take a seat at the table you previously had tea at. Indeed, there is more tea, and cookies as well. Is this… a lunch date? You try to hide the fact your stomach has crept up into your esophagus and sit down opposite of you. She ‘looks’ up at you and says, “I’m s-s-s-orry about the door. I thought you w-would appreciate it if I wasn’t scanning for your presence, or probing your mind or anything. I assume you want to get down to business.”
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:28 No.12308135
    Sit down and have a cookie, wouldn't want to seem impolite. "Yes, I believe this could be rather important so its best we get right down to it."
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:30 No.12308149
    "No no, let's chat for a bit. I see you've done something new with your makeup. It looks very pretty- but why the change?"
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:30 No.12308152

    "Thanks for your consideration. I just tend to get put on edge whenever a routine is broken."

    Take tea and a biscuit, out of politeness as much as anything else.

    "And yes, I'd like to hear what you have for me"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:34 No.12308197
    “Of course. I have performed the scans for MJ-89, and it seems to be suitable for our transport. It is only a day’s travel by now, so if we were to set course for it soon, the Igenus should arrive by late tomorrow . There seems to be life on the planet, though I cannot identify the majority of the life forms. I was, surprisingly, capable of locating several humans on the planet. Given that the planet has not been colonized before, it is likely either a lost human planet from before the Great Crusade, or a world that was lost by the administratum.”
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:36 No.12308216
    Would the adminstratum be interested in recovering a lost human world?
    And by interested, I mean, willing to give loads of dosh for the information?
    "Please, continue."
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:39 No.12308247
    “I wouldn’t know, but I believe so. Aren’t Rogue Traders tasked with things like that,” she asks with the trace of a smile.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:40 No.12308255

    "Well done. Do you have any other thoughts or impressons about this planet?"
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:41 No.12308260
    "That is WONDERFUL NEWS! Haha, the Administratum'll pay a fortune for this information. Invidia, you are an AMAZING woman."
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:42 No.12308268
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:43 No.12308276

    "I was supposed to be a planetary governor. I'm still learning. Do you have any more information on the planet?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:43 No.12308278
    “Well, there seemed something… off about it. I’m not sure exactly what it is though. It could just be nascent psykers that haven’t been picked up by blackships,” Invidia responds after a minute or so of thinking.
    >> Tripe 10/03/10(Sun)02:43 No.12308284
    Macking on the psyker?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:45 No.12308296

    That seems likely as it's listed as undiscovered, though... is it possible that they've fallen to worshiping the Ruinous Powers?
    >> Captain Rhodes 10/03/10(Sun)02:45 No.12308302
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    Guys, y'all wrong. Our Arch-Militant is motherfucking SAXTON HALE.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:47 No.12308315
    No, just being ecstatic about all of the money we'll make.
    Personally, I think she's adorable though.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:49 No.12308336
    “It could be possible. A dangerous thought, given they’ve gone undiscovered this long. Truly, the Emperor’s fury must be brought in full to them if that’s the case,” Invidia says, mostly to herself than to you. And undertone of worry can be clearly heard.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:51 No.12308360
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    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:51 No.12308361
    "Don't worry about it. Even if that is the case, we outmatch them in numbers and firepower, they won't stand a chance in a fight. So just focus on all the money we'll make with this discovery."
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:51 No.12308365
    "You seem to have misgivings about this. What are they?:
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:51 No.12308376
    That's weird.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:53 No.12308387

    "Let us hope we have been chosen to be angels of mercy for lost souls on this planet and not messengers of death..." Pause "You start to talk like that if you hang around inquisitors enough."

    Finish your tea and biscuit. "I will give orders to the navigator. Call me immediately if you sense any taint upon this world."
    >> Captain Rhodes 10/03/10(Sun)02:53 No.12308388
    Fuck, you're right. I submit to thee, for your interpretation is superior.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)02:55 No.12308414
    “Well, I’ll take your word for it. I d-don’t have that much use for money, because I don’t get paid or even leave the ship that much.” While that is distressing to hear, you don’t really blame the people in charge for it. This woman gives you the creeps, and you’ve worked with the Inquisition. Who knows what this woman would do to normal people?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:57 No.12308435


    Still works.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)02:58 No.12308457
    "What, you never leave the ship? "
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:00 No.12308474
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    Alright, so our Archmilitant is Alex Louis Armstrong
    Our Seneschal is Charles Foster Ofdenson
    Our Navigator is Daft Punk
    Our Astropath is a Quarian with a crush on us.
    I submit to you, our Explorator.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:00 No.12308484
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    Even more wrong. It's freddie
    >> Captain Baha 10/03/10(Sun)03:01 No.12308497
    Damnit we don't have the room for his dooms-day devices!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:03 No.12308518
    initiate ROMANCE
    "You don't get out much? Why don't we change that- if you're willing, why don't you come with me the next time we pull into civilized port, and we can pick out something nice, just for you."
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:04 No.12308527
    "No, I'm afraid I'm usually to busy sending messages and communicating with the Domian fleet. However, ever since we've Domus I've had much more free time." Somehow, you don't think was the only reason...
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:04 No.12308533
    >short hair
    >chest hair
    >never talks
    Damn he's a dead ringer.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:05 No.12308539

    Because there's a pretty decent chance that if we go outside she gets stoned to death by a mob for being a mutant or a witch.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:06 No.12308554
    Do you have a hobby or something to occupy your time?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:07 No.12308566
    Well, when we go down for our initial excursion on the unexplored planet, would you care to accompany us?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:07 No.12308567

    "Continue to monitor the planet. I must inform the Navigator of our destination and prepare for our arrival."

    Finish tea and biscuit, thank her, get up and leave.

    Call seneshal, have him relay our destination to the navigator, make the ship ready for an address regarding our mission, and have the senior officers and combat commanders available to plan a council of war.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:09 No.12308589
    Whatchyou talkin' bout mang?
    Sanctioned psykers live out relatively okay lives in the Imperium
    Plus, she's part of the Retunie of rogue trader.
    Shit man, people will be falling all over themselves to lick her boots.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:10 No.12308602
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    Before anyone says anything. This is our Missionary.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:11 No.12308607

    I suspect I'm biased from the Dark Heresy "First thing you do is put an explosive collar on the psyker" view of things.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:13 No.12308640
    Well, in Dark Heresy, Psykers stand a pretty good chance of ripping open a hole in reality and initiating a TPK. So, you're justified.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:13 No.12308641
    What kind of messed up version of DH have you been playing?
    Like I said, psykers are more often then not tolerated throughout imperial society.
    They honestly have things pretty okay.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:14 No.12308646
    "I-I do. I suaulyl play with the Emperor's tarot when I have some free time. And of course, so far I've gotten to see you everyday," she says, trying to put on a cute smile. It fails horribly, and only serves to scare you a little. Considering you've faught down carnifex's before, that's saying something.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:15 No.12308661

    Find a way to politely excuse ourselves. Last thing we want is to lead her on.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:16 No.12308667

    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:18 No.12308689
    D'aaw, at least she's making the effort.
    "I really enjoy the time we spend together too- everyday is a new experience."
    Then repeat the two or three invitations for her to come with us the next time we go ashore
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:19 No.12308705
    Utilizing your years of experience, you manage to extradite yourself from the room, and begin to leave. However, against your better judgment, you start to consider inviting her along.

    >Invite the adorable lovesick women along to the next stop
    >Ignore the creepy witch and be ALPHA AS FUCK
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:21 No.12308721
    Now hold on a second. I saw that post. You said "The way HE described him". What did you mean by that. Or am I just being paranoid.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:21 No.12308726

    How about, decide that getting involved in a relationship with the Ships only method of communication 2 days after you come on board, then bringing her to an unknown and possibly hostile planet may not be the brightest idea?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:22 No.12308728
    Invite her. She needs to get out every once in a while.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:22 No.12308734
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:24 No.12308746
    Creepy girl fetish
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:25 No.12308761
    Yes, well. Third on inviting the psyker.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:27 No.12308776
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:28 No.12308782
    Haha, I'm not saying it's bad, Im just surprised.
    Invite her, I wanna see where this goes.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:28 No.12308786
    I'm not saying don't take her out.

    I'm saying don't take her to what could turn into a combat mission. When we find a civilized place we can take her out for a nice dinner.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:29 No.12308796
    You don’t believe it, but you contemplate bringing her out with you the next time you land on the planet. Definitely could be a good show of force in case you have to impress the natives. However, if something happened to your only communication to the Imperium at large, you would be shit out of luck. In the end, you decide against it. However, you compromise and say, “How about you come help me with studying the Warrant of Trade later? It’s going to take forever to read it all by myself.”

    You know that if you bothered to look back at her you’d see her blushing and fighting the urge to make the creepiest squeeing sound you’ve ever heard. None the less, she does so anyway. Instead of a girlish giggle though, it reminds you of something alien and predatory. Wonderful.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:29 No.12308797
    You make a very good point sir. I'd rather the light be candle than las fire for our first outing.
    >> Tripe 10/03/10(Sun)03:30 No.12308805
    Don't do it, this will end horribly. ALPHA IT!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:31 No.12308810
    Face it, you're not going to convince us to give up on that fine astropath ass.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:31 No.12308813
    I want her there partially due to that disturbance she senses. And my appreciation of creepy girls doesn't hurt.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:32 No.12308827

    Call the seneschal, tell him to inform the navigator to change course, assemble the officers and combat command for a meeting on the landing and prepare to address the crew.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:34 No.12308843
    I'm not trying to do that. I even support getting into a relationship with the adorable psyker. I just don't want us to be avoiding death and trying to woo her at the same time. Besides I'm not even the same guy as>>12308786.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:38 No.12308868
    After your rather disturbing meeting with...her, you call out to your seneschal. From the darkness he walks out, as if he was always present. Given his track record so far, you wouldn’t be surprised in the least if he was. After receiving your instructions, he starts to leave but stops, and says, “Are you sure that was an intelligent thing to do? I must caution you against her. Nothing personal mind you, but just about her. She doesn’t get much visitors. In fact, you’re the first human she’s had regular contact with in the last eight months. She might not like you for who you are, but just the fact that you seem to rescue her from loneliness. Without the work load she was used to, she has much more free time, and very little to occupy that time with.”

    Before you can respond, he steps back into the shadows and disappears.
    >> Captain Baha 10/03/10(Sun)03:40 No.12308883
    I think the Seneschal is trying to cock-block us guys. But we will not be denied our sex with psykers damnit!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:41 No.12308892
    Maybe he just doesn't want his bread and butter being fucked with.
    >> Ignorant Bob 10/03/10(Sun)03:41 No.12308899
    Fuck year
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:42 No.12308902

    Even if we're not going to have a relationship with her it's probably better that our psyker not go slowly mad from a combination of boredom and isolation. So I guess we walk a fine line with this one.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:46 No.12308926

    Go back to our quarters and study our Warrant of Trade to make sure we're not going to do anything on this planet that gets us declared perditia.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:54 No.12308978
    Um, you are tired as fuck aren't you OP.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)03:56 No.12308994

    Damn, this is so boring. At the very least, from what you gather there isn’t much that can get you stripped of profits and titles as long as you do follow certain rules. The most important one is that the planet is claimed for the Imperium, but that one’s pretty obvious. If there are any previously established governments of the Imperium, they must be brought into full accordance of Imperial law and informed of any overdue tithes they must send to the Administratum. Furthermore, if there are any psykers, the Inquisition must be immediately notified so that black ships can be sent in a timely fashion.

    If Xenos are present, then it is up to you if they are to be destroyed or traded with. Imperial dominance must be established either way, but how it is done is up to you. In the end, so long as these basic rules are followed, anything is free game.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:57 No.12309004
    CAN DO! And I notice it didn't say anything on the subject of any Blanks we may find.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)03:58 No.12309006

    Seems like a decent enough place to leave it for now.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:02 No.12309031
    Everything is getting set in motion. You’re almost to to your first plu- I mean, requisition as a Rogue Trader. The crew seems to like you. You have the greatest crew ever. An incredibly creepy psyker has a crush on you. With a meeting later to discuss the upcoming mission, things look like they can only get better. Damn, it feels good to be Dolemite Deadlift

    End Part 2
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:03 No.12309040
    Alright, I'm done for the night. Any questions?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:03 No.12309046
    our tech priest mad scientest won't do anything too horrible to the blank, will he?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:04 No.12309048
    Do you know when part 3 will be?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:04 No.12309051
    What's on deck sixty-three?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:06 No.12309065
    Do you know any photoshop-fu? 'Cause I was serious about that crew photo bit.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:06 No.12309068

    I was thinking tomorrow. Would you guys like this to be a daily thing, or a weekend only thing?

    I don't know yet
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:09 No.12309081
    Alas, I don't have on my laptop. I'm sure somewhere on my campus, theres a computer with one. Probably over in the business and technology building.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:09 No.12309089
    I really don't mind either way.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:09 No.12309090
    Are Imperial ships really so big and undermanned that whole decks are "lost?"

    I mean, there could be anything from genestealers to daemonhosts hiding around, and we wouldn't even know.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:10 No.12309100
    Apparently. It depends on how fun your captain is.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:12 No.12309123
    As for a crew photo, what are you gys thinking for each crew member? I have distinct images of who each character is in my own head, but what do you guys think they look like?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:16 No.12309148
    Archmilitant: Freddie from Cromartie High
    Seneschal: Charles Foster Ofdenson
    Explorator: Professor Farnsworth
    Navigator: Daft Punk
    Astropath: Not really sure
    Voidmaster: TF2 Pyro
    Missionary: Cross between Spike Spiegel and Jet Black
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:16 No.12309153
    I am detecting a subtle anti-romance vibe towards our Astropath, OP
    Is this true?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:16 No.12309155
    >each crew member
    >tens of thousands of crewmen

    That's gonna take a while.
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    I'm now picturing the Captain as being a slightly bulkier version of Captain Tylor
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:18 No.12309168
    It's gonna be a love-hate relationship.

    She's unsure but full of emotion (so much that it's leaking out of her) and we're the defensive tsundere.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:19 No.12309180
    Yeah, OP. Why so much hate for the adorable astropath girl?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:20 No.12309190
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    The astropath I'm picturing as a younger Darth Treya.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:21 No.12309201
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    I like that line up. As for the astropath, I imagine her looking like her.

    Not really. I just wanted to get the point across she's unnatural, and really fucking creepy.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)04:23 No.12309226
    I love you.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:26 No.12309254
    She's adorable and creepy at the same time. PERFECT!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/10(Sun)04:33 No.12309324

    Thread has been archived, minus the last few comments.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 10/03/10(Sun)12:23 No.12312493
    Awseome. I'll have a new thread up tonight

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