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    18 KB SORCERER QUEST Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)20:53 No.14080039  

    You are Alkenin Murejed, a powerful magician and aide to the king Rissik Thungon I of the great city Aldini. You have recently finished procuring funds from your subordinates, also powerful sorcerers. Your manservant, Algers, a gnoll who you have bred for intelligence and loyalty, brings you breakfast in bed as you wake at the top of your obsidian tower.

    What will you do?
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)20:55 No.14080058
    Rape an elf.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)20:56 No.14080080
    Eat breakfast of course.

    Can't wield our immense magical power to further our plans for world domination on an empty stomach, can we?
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)20:58 No.14080097
    Use arcane magics to break through the fourth wall, raping any anon that suggests we rape an elf.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)20:59 No.14080114

    You do not know what an elf is.


    You down the breakfast eagerly. Rissik had told you there was nothing like being served breakfast in bed. The poached eggs, sliced ham and mounds of fluffy mashed potatoes go down easily. You think you see Algers grin to himself at your satisfaction with the meal.

    Algers moves to the corner of the room, where you keep your array of robes. "What will I set out for you, master?"
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:01 No.14080138
    Didn't you try this earlier?
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:02 No.14080159
    >Desert city
    >obsidian tower

    This better be a relic and have actual supports on the inside, otherwise we're sleeping in a death trap
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:05 No.14080202

    Yep, but I was too tired to continue. And I got flooded out of the way by euro traffic.

    All things in that quest are still true, however. Your tower still has a Bedroom, Observatory, Lounge, Servant's Quarters, Laboratory, Scrying Array, Kitchen and a Store Room.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:07 No.14080235
    Let's head down to the Scrying Array and see what's up in the world today.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:07 No.14080238
    Thank Algers for a excellent meal. Ask him if he has heard any news from this morning
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:08 No.14080262

    The great city of Aldini has a potent stone base below the earth, first put there by your ancestors nearly a millennium ago, when they first settled here. The Obsidian Tower is the natural place for one at the head of the Murejed family. You know it is very sturdy according to your knowledge of Architecture.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:08 No.14080266
    >inb4 GNOLL SEX
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    Algers looks very pleased with himself. "Thank you master, I have tried to prepare your potatoes how you like them."

    Algers ponders the ceiling for a bit as he recalls what he's heard. "I believe Master Grignos has something he wishes to discuss with you regarding his Gargoyle Research and also the Hated Dragons of the South. Mistress Kiried said she had a pleasant evening before she departed." He seems to enjoy this memory momentarily before continuing. "His Highness has sent word saying that the troop reinforcements in the south are going smoothly."

    "Oh, and my sister is expecting a child any day now. But that is below your concern, master." He bows, laying your robes on the bed. You put on the robes with the constellation of the Destroyer on them.

    You make your way to your Scrying Array, and see that your experiments in the Lab are maturing nicely.

    Is there anything specific you wish to scry upon?
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:15 No.14080359
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    Gnoll Se-!
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:26 No.14080510
    Let's check out the Dragons.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:29 No.14080558

    You are disgusted by the thought. You would never allow a slave to be considered your equal, and you make a habit of only having sex with those you respect.

    You scry on the usual suspects.

    Fereed Grignos is hastily scrawling something in his notes. Behind him you can see Pygmy Elementals floating behind a glass wall. He is well known for his research into Golems and Gargoyles. You trust him only because he is eccentric and naive.

    Darane Kiried is donning her coat and leaving her tower. You recall that she had Someone Important to meet this morning.

    Rissik Thungon is meeting with a man you recognize to be the royal treasurer, a portly man with brown skin and short black hair.

    Agrus Morted is examining the troops. Rows upon rows of armored and armed gnolls and lizardmen are fuzzily rendered by the scrying sensor.


    You look for the Dragons. You can see a large force readying near the recently lost Colonial Town of Rhoska. You count perhaps 60 dragons of various colors, the most common being Red, Blue, Copper, and Gold. Some of the smaller ones have riders.

    You also see a Black Dragon fleetingly fly across the Southwestern Swamps. Interesting. They haven't come so far north yet.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:36 No.14080635
    You recall your Experiments in your lab. One human has been steeped in a fluid that Accelerates Changes Made to His Chain of Life. Perhaps you will make a new hybrid today.

    Perhaps not.
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    Forgot my pic.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:40 No.14080697
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:40 No.14080706
    Visit Grignos; discover what he wishes to share
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:41 No.14080708

    Check on our experiment first, then investigate the black dragon later today.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:47 No.14080791
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    You proceed to your Laboratory. There you can see an array of buubling potions, open books, and four large tubes filled with an off-blue Sustaining Fluid. Two of the four tubes are filled. One has a large Vollock-human hybrid, very feline in appearance with a docked tail and shark-like skin, with no hair save that on its head. The second container holds a human male with brown skin and black hair, like yourself.

    You send a message to Grignos asking what exactly all the fuss is about as you contemplate your experiment.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:51 No.14080841
    Monitor the health of the specimen
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:52 No.14080855

    "Alkenin! I believe I have discovered a way to make more Intelligent Gargoyles, and the Dragon's Blood we received has had an interesting effect on the hosts. Please come see for yourself when you find the time."

    You ponder your experiment. Making a human animal hybrid is the easiest, and you usually use humans as the base to ensure tool use and high cognitive abilities. You can see what the end result of your Tampering with the Chain of Life will be through a special Divining Sensor.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:54 No.14080880

    Both specimens are healthy.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:57 No.14080926
    Use the Divining Sensor
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)21:58 No.14080937
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:01 No.14080983

    You activate the Divining Sensor. It shows the human subject in the tube with his Chain of Life adjacent. You can see an array of animals Most Commonly Spliced in the upper right hand corner of the display. They include Hyenas, Lizards, and Cats. You know that making changes to the Chain of Life will change his appearance. You seldom have the non-human genes go beyond 50% to ensure the creation will be intelligent.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:08 No.14081083
    You have a wide variety of animals available to you from the Royal Zoo. You also know of a number of Magical Beasts who could be combined with this creature. You know that within ten minutes of you altering the Chain of Life, the subject's transformation will be complete.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:13 No.14081169

    Fuck it, let's go for some sort of magical beast hybrid (and laugh maniacally like the mad scientist we are). We can decide what kind specifically after visiting Grignos.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:23 No.14081326
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    You leave your tower in your horse-drawn carriage and head to Grignos' Research Center.

    Always the odd one out, Grignos constructed the drab sandstone building mostly below ground instead of a glorious tower. It is mostly unremarkable from the outside save the gargoyles perched on the roof, both statues and animate creatures. One dressed in fancy white robes greets you at the door with some difficulty.

    "Welcome, uhhh, Master Murejed? My master is, umm, somewhere down in his, uhhh, lab." The gargoyle mutters as he fiddles with his robes, obviously uncomfortable.

    You head down the stairs to Grignos's Lab, seeing his subordinates working on the parts of a great machine with a Primalium Reactive Core. The cramped stone hallways frame an elderly fellow with a short white beard and spectacles puzzling over what looks like a leather bag that is moving on its own, and a great number of Pygmy Elementals float in the glass-walled room behind him. He looks over with surprise.

    "Ah, Alkenin. I did not think you would be here yet! I have just been conducting some control tests on my latest project." Grignos smirks to himself as he fondly regards the Leather Bladder.

    (back in 15 minutes)
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:34 No.14081458
    When you get back, I want to ask what the dragon blood does.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:53 No.14081686
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    "You mentioned something about Dragon's Blood, Fereed?"

    Fereed's face lights up. "Come, let me show you what our test subjects who had the blood injected into them have done."

    You proceed to the observation room where the Dragonblooded Subjects are being observed. Most, save one, are still clad in their brown clothing given to all test subjects. The normally brown skin on one has turned a bright blue, and you can see a scaly pattern to his skin. Two women converse with one another, their eyes reptilian and slitted with a few small scales around them. Another woman seems almost unchanged save a set of powerful claws at the ends of her fingers and toes, and a pair of slim fangs parting her lips. The last is barely recognizable as a human, with a raised ankle, clawed digits and bright blue skin, with a scaled yellow underbelly like a serpent. He wears no clothing save a loincloth fashioned from his shirt, a pair of massive blue bat-like wings parting from his back and a muscular tail swaying about behind him. He locks his slitted eyes with yours as he catches sight of you.

    "It appears the dragon's blood has mutagenic properties. Subject 3 had quite the reaction as you can see." Grignos says happily.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)22:58 No.14081752
    bump, I am retorned.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:04 No.14081846
    Second bump.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:06 No.14081870
    Acquire a sample of the dragon blood, so you can create your own abomination at the lab.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:10 No.14081938

    "Certainly, Alkenin." Fereed gets one of his underlings to retrieve a gallon container and put it in your carriage.

    "By the way, my newest gargoyles are up and walking. So far they seem far more intelligent than any other model." The old man says, grinning. You'd best either excuse yourself or entertain him. He has a habit of endlessly showing off his newest projects to you every time you come to see him. Sometimes they're interesting. Sometimes...

    You recall the unicycle incident with a shiver.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:18 No.14082039
    >You recall the unicycle incident with a shiver.

    From the last thread:
    Hydras are dumb, you say? Really really dumb?
    Add stuff to hydras (Intelligence, speed, maybe breath weapon if they don't already have, whatever). Keep them looking like normal hydras. Make sure they can work together in groups.
    Make dungeon.
    Fill most of dungeon with normal hydras.
    Make large room at end with a bunch of the Hydra+1's.
    Get adventurers who have dealt with hydras before to run through the dungeon, informing them beforehand that there are hydras in there (not that you fixed the ones at the end).

    Possibly use dragon blood for the intelligence, assuming they are intelligent (forgets), so they keep the reptillian look. Don't want the mods to be visible, after all.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:32 No.14082204

    The unicycle incident. You feel your headache coming back as you recall it involuntarily.

    Fareed has always tried to improve on his creations, and he took comments you made to the low intellect of his gargoyles to heart. So he arranged a demonstration involving one of his "smartest" 'goyles to show his finesse and grace.

    He put on a circus-like spectacle, aiming and firing a bow (something most gargoyles do not see the purpose in doing), answering complex history questions and solving simple engineering problems. Then, Fereed announced that his gargoyle would put on a display of his agility and performing capability.

    The curtain raised on the spectacle before you with a horrifying rendition of the classic horn tune "The Sun's Revival", mutilating a timeless classic. Several gargoyles were up on the stage in front of an all gargoyle orchestra, wearing make-up like a clown's with a frilly neck-piece and baggy clothing. They were on unicycles, using their stone wings and tails to keep balance. It was horrifying.

    Fereed practically forced your head to look at the stage with a sigh. "There he is, look, how graceful!" There, on a tightrope some twenty feet above the other gargoyles was his star pupil, dressed in a similar manner like a court fool. He began reciting lines from the classic comedy "A Sleepless Night", with all of the punchlines replaced with the fact that he was a gargoyle. He steadily made his way across the tightrope, the band still mauling their tune, and a few of the gargoyles on the ground fell off of their unicycles. When you realized the "star pupil" was wobbling, you shouted out to try and keep him from falling. But the idiot just looked over at you with a blank, dull expression as he fell off the unicycle and his 500 pound stone body crashed into the orchestra, bits of stone flying everywhere.

    To this day, you refuse to let Fereed near a unicycle.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:43 No.14082335

    You quickly excuse yourself from Fereed's company, saying you must acquire a hydra. He looks disappointed and wishes you a fair journey.

    The preparations for altering the hydra will take two days. In the meantime you rent out an old subterranean barracks and have it cleaned.

    Hydras are some of the dumbest creatures you have ever laid eyes on. The leading cause of death in hydras is themselves. The heads are intelligent enough to argue, and when the arguments get out of control, they will bite the other head off. Two heads then regrow in its place, both with the same personality as the previous head, and will then try and dismember the head that first killed their head. This process can continue until the hydra starves to death.

    Hydras are fucking dumb.

    You know that the basic hydra is your best bet for mixing dragon's blood with, as it's suspected that cryo- pyro- and other such hydras may already have the dragon's blood in them. As a magical beast, it is most receptive to alterations from animals and magical beasts in its grouping, like dragons, linnorms, etc.

    You arrange for a group of Hydra-Slayers to enter your deathtrap once the hydras are complete. You can get three hydras in an external lab in short order.

    Will you do anything before the hydras are ready?
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:52 No.14082444
    Perhaps we should create another hybrid to act as a handler for the hydras.
    >> Anonymous 02/28/11(Mon)23:53 No.14082462
    Hmmm, cackle. For some time. Then, see about creating a creature that is basically a kitten, but with great hatred for anything that does not smell like us, and (if we can) the ability to hypnotize/mind-control those who look into its eyes.
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    You do still have a fresh Test Subject ready for alterations in your tower. With Mental Conditioning he could be ready to begin handling the hydras in short order.


    Your father enjoyed making creatures like this as well. Perhaps it is time you made something adorable, yet terrifying. Hypnosis would only work on non-spellcasters though, the focus of most of your comrades makes them highly resistant to such mental control. You recall the Acadre, a cat-like creature about twice the size of a housecat whose scream can deafen and injure in a localized area. These are considered most effective against spellcasters.

    Scent recognition would be simple enough with mental conditioning. You order a cat and head to your Laboratory.

    What will you do next?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)00:19 No.14082798
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)00:25 No.14082873
    >AoE Scream effect, most effective against spellcasters
    Lulwot? No way. We don't want something that will harm us, even if there is the scent conditioning. After all, if we plan to have one sitting on our lap as we sit on our throne and stroke it (... wait, that came out wrong...), the last thing we need is
    >Assassin bursts in, kitten screams, we fall over, assassin laughs and throws something pointy at us

    No, let's get something that's more "Rip'n'Tear," the hypno-vision is more for if we get mugged by a caster with some minions - we take the caster, kitten-things take the minions, all good. Hell, if we can get a form of them smart enough to act as spies, that would be awesome. Hence the kitten-size. Perhaps infiltrate the small children of our foes...
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)00:35 No.14083006

    The Acadre's scream can localize itself to within a 1 foot square radius up to 70 feet away from the creature itself. And yet, having one get mind controlled is the precise reason why no one keeps them as pets, and why you learned to cast spells silently.

    You suddenly realize that an army of kitten minions is very silly.

    However, you are too old to care.

    The tabby cat arrives and is subsequently doped up by Algers before being deposited in the third tank, next to the hybrid you made some days before and the human.

    Making something smarter through a means other than selective breeding normally involves putting other animals or magical beasts into the mixture. The changes to the physical body can be kept to a minimum through enough tweaking.

    You recall the shadespry, a rat-like creature your father made with an infectious bite capable of killing within 24 hours. It is highly receptive to training and is still popular amongst assassins. Perhaps you could examine his notes if you need inspiration.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)01:11 No.14083387
    You feel a pulse run through the back of your mind. Your door sensor has been triggered.

    "I shall see who it is, Master." Algers says, bowing as he excuses himself from your musings.
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    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)01:24 No.14083537

    >army of kitten minions



    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)01:36 No.14083653

    What alterations shall you make to the kitten?
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    Well, we need to optimise here.
    First group, our pets. These shall have the localised scream, hypno-eyes, be trained not to attack us or our minions (unless we order them to), and be killy.
    Second, we want to breed some kind of dragon-kitty. Just because. Pic related.
    Third, the spies. These, we make intelligent, loyal, hypno-vision, and if possible some kind of telepathy so they can report back.

    All must be as cute as possible.

    Also, because you brought up the rats: Skaven. It must be done. Though preferably either make them less intelligent than Skaven (so they don't make all that tech) or more (so they don't fuck it up so horribly). Also, much lower birthrates, and more loyal/less cowardly.

    Alternatively, an even /more/ horrible version of Skaven, which we then release into some country we dislike.
    Given I'm Australian, and well aware of how badly this can fuck up (Cane Toads, anyone?), I'd support the former, but the latter is deliciously evil... Thoughts, anyone?

    >wait ndpme
    Need more helpful thoughts than that, captcha.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)03:24 No.14084672

    As someone who has extensively studied various skeletal structures in order to optimize artistic reproduction of dragons... I am all for the cat-dragon idea.
    The actual look of the beast may be different from what we consider a traditional dragon but a cat's skeleton and muscular structure is rather optimal for an effective, strong, and flexible hunter such as a dragon.
    I shall begin development on plans. Mwhaha.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)03:26 No.14084684
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)03:31 No.14084709
    As someone who loves cats, I approve of this.

    Bah, Hitler /wishes/ he was as master of races as we are.

    Also, I think our kingdom is made up of black people. So yeah. Aryans be damned.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)03:37 No.14084745
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    Here is a good approximation of what is seen as the traditional dragon's skeleton. Western style dragon, to be more precise.

    In order to best approximate (as realistically as possible) the skeletal structure of a dragon we will need:
    -- a feline skeletal frame as it is lightweight and efficient
    -- the wings of a bat (for flight- we want it to fly, right?)
    -- the chest and vertebral structure of a bird (pelican would work) **

    **alternatively, we could mostly keep the cat vertebrae (though shorten them slightly), increase the size of the bat wings move them backwards a bit

    P.S. We could make a bipedal wvyvern-like dragon with only one pair of legs or a quadruped. Which would you prefer?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)03:39 No.14084756

    You start the process of injecting the tabby with dragon's blood. After chanting the proper spells, you watch the transformation happen over a few minutes. Bright blue scales replace the cat's fur as she grows in size by around 50%. Her tail becomes reptilian, and she sprouts wings like those of a bat. Your Divination reveals that the Primal Organ within her chest is maturing nicely. Her Mental Acuity jumps through the roof. She becomes capable of Understanding and Making Speech, and also Caring About What Has Been Said.

    She wakes up quickly, her enhanced metabolism dissolving the sleeping agent.

    What shall you do next?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)03:41 No.14084771

    Further Alteration is possible after an increase in the Sleeping Agents, if it is so desired.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)03:45 No.14084794
    While the test subject is awake I propose a simple test of its abilities. Conjure up a mouse, see if the cat is still dexterous/able to hunt the mouse. A simple test used on dogs is to point and then see if the dog watches the trainer's hand or looks in the direction of their finger. If the dog looks in the direction of the finger it usually suggests higher intelligence.

    (Anything of that nature would be satisfactory.)

    Does the catdragon understand basic commands or speech? We should also see about a proper enclosure for our new specimen.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)03:48 No.14084817
    Teach her to play chess.

    More seriously, test her intelligence. Also, check with the projection thingy whether she is still capable of reproducing given an appropriate mate. And whether said reproduction would follow dragon or cat methods.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)03:51 No.14084836
    Is our creation an egg-bearing reptilian or a placental-bearing mammal?
    Ooh, the anticipation... it is so... /delicious/.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)03:57 No.14084882

    You conjure and image of a mouse within the container. The cat-dragon swiftly tries to swat at it with a lengthily-clawed paw. You move the mouse away, as though it was on an invisible floor in the container, and she tries to nip at it. It dances outside of the glass cylinder, and the cat-dragon's tail flicks to one side in annoyance as it passes through the glass and her paw stops. She opens her mouth to meow. Once, twice, and on the third, you see a crackling blue spark of electricity. You hear a sizzling crack as a blast of lightning issues forth from her mouth.

    You dismiss the image of the mouse.

    According to your sensors, she is capable of breeding, including with other cats. Information on dragons is very limited, but knowing the beasts they would probably be capable of breeding with anything.

    "Interesting." You muse. The cat seems to look at your mouth as you say the words.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)04:00 No.14084907
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    rolled 14 = 14

    OP... I just wanted to say....
    1. Cat
    2. Dragon
    3. Relatively intelligent
    4. Lightning bolts

    I feel an immense sense of pride and satisfaction. Should we successfully breed these Dragats it will be marvelous.
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    Now try talking to it. See if we can go with the whole "point at object, name it" thing. Try to teach it to speak. It may not work, but if it does...
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:07 No.14084964
    So I take it the dragons blood we have on hand is from a blue? Is obtaining samples from other colors more difficult?
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)04:10 No.14084973
    rolled 11 = 11

    Hoping OP is still here.
    Can you imagine mixing colors, so to speak? A dragon that could breath fire and lightning, for instance?

    Can we ask our humble butler to prepare a small dish of meat for our new pet?
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    Seems like it was, given the colouring on those test subjects of the guy we got the blood off.
    Oh, we should ask, are the dragons standard D&D alignment type? Because we just used Chromatic for our loyal pet, if so.
    Not just that, the scheming one.
    >mfw our loyal pet betrays us and takes all we hold dear
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:13 No.14085006

    The Aldini have only captured a blue dragon.

    That is to say, the offspring of a blue dragon. A naturally-occurring small lizardman-like creature called a kobold that the dragons apparently brought with them during the Migration is the owner of this blood. Your Worthless Son captured it when he took the first of the colonist's so-called City-States. It is being kept alive far from here, and he has sent much of its purified blood for your use.





    You point to it.


    You point to yourself.


    The dragat cannot answer you, but she seems very interested.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)04:21 No.14085059
    rolled 20 = 20

    And so it begins...
    Fetch our daughter a meal, arrange for her to be kept someplace comfortable, and then resume our scientific endeavors.
    (I'm unfamiliar with our goals in this quest. What are we trying to accomplish?)

    --Incoming idea: We discussed breeding cat soldiers. What could breed an army of cat-men mounted on dragats. Y/N?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:24 No.14085081

    You have noticed that the blue dragons seem like ready rulers, but the ones who live in the cities have been forced to act differently due to the close proximity of their enemies, and their alliance with the Colonists.

    They are foreigners in this land, and they ally with traitors.


    You would be most anxious to try mixing two different kinds of dragon's blood. You send Algers a message to bring a small rare steak.

    Algers does not respond.

    You feel the buzz at the back of your head again.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:28 No.14085100

    The dragat at present is about 150% the size of an ordinary housecat. You would need to start with a bigger specimen or hope that she ages and grows like a dragon to produce an effective mount.

    You feel a bit uneasy. You drain the container and release the dragat. She shakes herself off, though she no longer has fur, and rubs up against your leg. You feel a slight electrical tingle.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)04:32 No.14085130
    Investigate, with caution, as to Algers's condition.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:34 No.14085140
    I do like the idea, but size is a bit of a problem. However, as I said in >>14084546 we should be creating a bunch of these things designed for specific roles. I'm not actually sure what role these Dragat serve, they're sort of a cross between "proof of concept" and "ohgodsthatideawasawesomemustbuildit."

    Huh. Well, I... guess it'll be fairly loyal then? Maybe not very bright, and we should probably keep it away from dragons... Any way to purify the kobold out and just get the dragon traits to add to the kitty? Pretty sure you mentioned that we can get specific traits to add int he last thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:37 No.14085165
    Wait, no longer has fur? Well shit. That's not very fluffy. Hurmmm, we may want to keep the fur for future builds, at least for non-combat ones. Particularly if we find them reliable enough for spying.

    So, are we the father of the Khajiit race? Methinks we may be!
    *Note to self: find some wood elves*

    Also: Minion out of contact? Buzzing sensation in skull? Oh dear... In character, do we know of something that would explain this?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:41 No.14085184

    You have already purified the dragon's blood. One strange property is that it can be harvested from such creatures and purified without affecting the concentration of the blood. Taking specific dragon traits would be more difficult, but not impossible.


    Thanks to your defenses against scrying, you are unable to scry within your own tower.

    You make your way down the stairs to your Entrance Hall, the dragat following along quietly behind you. You can hear pained groaning with the occasional dog-like yelp from the third floor.

    What will you do?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:43 No.14085198
    Find out where the hell that noise is coming from.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)04:47 No.14085213

    You hear it coming from the entrance hall. A reptilian hiss accompanies one of the more pained yelps. You smell blood.

    The dragat lets out a hiss sounding much more like that of a dragon's than a cat's and arches her back.
    >> Chris 03/01/11(Tue)04:48 No.14085226
    Ready a projectile spell in our hand, cautiously walk into the room, and scan for intruders. Locate Algers (I assume he is making the noises and is injured).
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:00 No.14085292

    You ready several Disruptive Rays and creep down the stairwell.

    You hear the pained grunt of Algers as you allow your footfalls to be heard. Algers is lying on the ground, his head towards the stairwell that you now occupy. His blood has been splattered on the Fine Family Portrait you had on display in this room. A hulking greenscaled lizardman in a steel breastplate and wearing a tabard denoting the Morted family stands over your manservant, holding the leg of a gnoll, severed at the thigh in one hand and a cruel short sword in the other. Your eyes widen as you realize Alger's left leg has been reduced to a bloody stump, the lizardman poking into the muscle with his sword.

    "M-master, I'm sorry..." Algers grunts from the ground.

    Three more lizardmen enter through your door, flanking a young human in full warmage's battle dress. "Well, well, Murejed, I see that you've gotten no better at greeting your guests." He snarks. You instantly recognize him as Agrus Morted.

    (Will be back in about 15-20 minutes, feel free to keep this afloat till I get back.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:21 No.14085414
    Oh, good. The last thing we need is to cross kobolds in with our minions. Unless... Cutebolds?
    Also, >You are looking for your gnoll minion. You hear pained groaning with the occasional dog-like yelp from the third floor.

    Well, there's two things to remember here:
    1) This bastard has despoiled our Fine Art. He must be destroyed.
    2) We must not die or have our lab destroyed. Not while our work is undone! Not while our "daughter" is the only one of her kind! There shall be no Van Helsing Frankenstein ending for her!

    That said, just what minions do we have around? Are those smart Hydras done yet?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:24 No.14085426
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    "What is your business here, Agrus?" You say, your fingers tingling as pure destructive energy threatens to be unleashed from them.

    "I am HERE." He says, looking down at Algers' writhing form with a smirk, "To ask for some of that dragon's blood you and the geezer have bee keeping from me."

    You look down at your servant again. You're not sure how Agrus knows about the blood, but he has you in quite the bind. Revealing that you have it could jeopardize your position in society, leaving you branded as a traitor if he plays his cards right. But giving such a valuable research component to him would doubtless create trouble down the line.

    You hear the shuffling of your servant's clawed feet from behind you and muttering. Maybe you could end this now if you got the drop on him.

    What will you do?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:27 No.14085444

    Your hydras are not even close to being ready! And even if they were you could not fit them in the stairwell.

    Summoning spells will not work inside of your tower, the same with teleportation. You have around 20 servants on staff, and you know they will fight for you, though most are used to doing housework. A few are soldiers, and a few are tailless gnolls who are clumsy but stronger than their fellows.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:33 No.14085476
    Just how distinctive is dragon blood? Because we should have a load of other types of blood lying around, and if we get him to take some and go away, we could probably fortify up and make some monstrosities to take on anything he sends at us.
    I'd be very amused if we could get him to take some hydra blood.

    Him: "At last, my glorious intelligent dragon-thing is complete! Rise, my brainy minion, and do my bidding!"
    It: Derp
    Him: "Wut."

    Depending on how distinctive this stuff is/how skilled he is/etc this may or may not work. We should know this in-character, so yeah.

    Hey, if all else fails, we have some charged Disruptive Rays, and he can't order his minions without the use of his tounge (assuming we can be that precise).
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:33 No.14085483

    There is another way. By invoking something that has not been invoked for decades.

    A wizard's duel.

    However, if you lost, he would get everything. And he wouldn't even have to kill you.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:34 No.14085488
    Alternatively, if he would recognise hydra blood but doesn't know much about dragon blood and the like, and if we still have some of it, we could give him some kobold blood.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:39 No.14085512

    The dragon's blood is quite distinctive, a brilliant cerulean, and the smell of ozone and copper. It would take time to create a viable imitation.

    Disruptive energy could easily kill him if it were used on his face. But you haven't gone up against another spellcaster in years, and he's been actively training for war for years now. If you miss, if he's quicker...

    Burning out his tongue might be possible, but you'd rather play it safe and aim for the Dead Center of his head. The Disruptive energy would then link parts of his skull using Abnormally Applied Geometry and cause a complete brain aneurysm.

    You've heard it's quite the painful way to die.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:43 No.14085534

    You suspect that he has some method of telling if the blood is genuine, or he Acquired the Knowledge of what the dragon's blood looks like. Concentrated Dragon's Blood does look different than what comes out of them on the battlefield, so he might not believe you even if he's holding it.

    Unless he knows something.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:44 No.14085538
    Holy Fuck, OP, use a damn tripcode!

    Do you know how hard it is to catch up when DMs don't have trips?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:49 No.14085552
    Huh. So I guess that's a no on the "faking it" then.
    Still, the wizards duel seems like a bad idea. If he's that much better than us, we'd basically be giving up the advantage of surprise and a charged one-shot to get nothing. Not really the best plan.
    At this point, I think we might be best off just putting a round through his head, tbh. Unless... Did our checkup of our Dracat's chain of life thingy reveal any fancy combat abilities? Probably not, but you never know... After all, lightning breath is fancy, and if she put out a low charge to get a mouse, what might she do for bigger prey...
    >> VKO 03/01/11(Tue)05:49 No.14085554

    Alright, I shall be tripfagging it up then.

    Makes sense why this died earlier, I suppose.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)05:54 No.14085569

    >>herp derp


    The dracat's abilities are unknown, though she can breathe lightning, enough to crack that reinforced glass.

    You will probably have to find some way of dealing with the lizardmen as well. Algers doesn't seem to be in any shape to assist.

    Your servants are quiet up above you, though you can hear the occasional bit of chatter.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)05:59 No.14085580

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:02 No.14085600
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    Zap motherfucker.



    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:05 No.14085610
    We be rollin with the wizards

    Wizard duel
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:08 No.14085627
    General consensus seems to be wizard duel
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:09 No.14085633

    "Step outside." You say to Agrus in a commanding tone. He smirks like he was expecting you to say that.

    "Very well. I'm going to enjoy this." He motions for his underlings to step outside. The lizardman holding Algers' leg drops it unceremoniously.

    "Master... Be careful." Algers groans, clutching at the mess where his leg used to be.

    "One of you fetch Algers a healing salve." You shout up the stairwell as you make your way out the front door.

    The setting sun brings a reddish orange color to the white stone buildings of the Great Empty City. The few citizens who still live here stop to look on in wonder as you square off with the young upstart who intruded on your castle in front of forty of his men.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:10 No.14085640

    Yell ZAP MUTHAFUCKA as we do so.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:13 No.14085657
    Ok OP, here's what we do.

    We aim for his torso with a LIGHTNING BOLT. This will electrify his SPINAL COLUMN. He will be INCAPABLE of casting spells, because he'll be having a SEIZURE.

    Then we zap him with some other stuff till he dies.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:16 No.14085668
    Fireball to the face.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:17 No.14085676
    Cast a Sleep spell. Then take him inside and torture him.

    Make him look like he's dead when you put him to sleep, so the others don't know you've got him locked up.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:19 No.14085688
    "You don't want your servant to die. How touching." Argus Morted says as one of his underlings hands him a black iron wand. "Why don't we make my acquisition of your worldly goods official?"

    You have never been more uncertain in your life. It's been years since your last fight, and this youngster has slain many. Seems you were the next on his list. Back in the day, however, you were better than him. You only fought those stronger than you, and you won every time. You do not show your inner turmoil as you begin issuing the challenge.

    "Agrus of the Morted family, General of the Aldini army, you have crossed me this day by trespassing in my family's tower, defacing my family's portrait," You look back at the entrance of the tower, where a few gnolls peek out anxiously. "And injured my servant. For these actions, I hereby challenge you to a wizard's duel, the winner of which as recognized by Aldini law shall take immediate hold of all the loser's worldly asset-"

    "I accept." Agrus interrupts you. His military unit scurries off away from him without being ordered to. He readies himself, studying your posture. The two of you are the sole figures breaking the ground between your tower and the nearby spires.

    Aside from the sound of quiet talk from the citizens, you hear nothing.

    What will you lead with?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:19 No.14085689
    Bigby's Raping Tentacles.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:21 No.14085697

    Lead with Sleep, make them think he's dead, then drag his 'corpse' inside. For experimenting on.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:22 No.14085700

    Bigby's Raping Tentacles.
    >> Entropy 03/01/11(Tue)06:23 No.14085711
    Cat'thulu's Mindraeping Fey-form.

    It's a spell now.

    >then REXty
    Also captcha wants us to turn into a dinosaur at some point. I say after we beat him, then we tea-bag him in dino form.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:27 No.14085730
    Start by casting some defensive spells?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:28 No.14085734
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:29 No.14085741
    The fucker is probably ready for whatever we are trying to throw at him.

    Be careful.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:29 No.14085742
    Sure is Rape in here.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:30 No.14085747
    You have a moment to consider your array of spells.

    Unlike him, you have worked hard on mastering a comparatively smaller array of dependable spells.

    Polymorphing him would quickly prevent his initial spells.

    Blowing him up is a classic attacking maneuver, no matter the source.

    Summoning a creature could be accomplished now.

    Attempting to place him under an Enchantment would be difficult, but rewarding.

    So rewarding.

    Using Defensive magic might let you bide some time until you can better evaluate his abilities.

    Finally, Overcasting is a dangerous procedure you know he can't do. Very physically draining, many a spellcaster has killed themselves doing it.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:31 No.14085750
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:33 No.14085754
    Enchant the fucker.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:34 No.14085760
    Mind control him, make him our bitch.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:34 No.14085763
    (Post your votes only once please)

    Agrus laughs as he sizes you up.

    "You old fool! I've studied the best techniques for survival possible! I sleep inside of a Rope Trick, eat only Summoned Food, and used Foresight before I came here! I've got every conceivable advantage."
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:35 No.14085765
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:36 No.14085770
    We are all voices in the PC's head.

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:41 No.14085785
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    And we have studied the most dangerous being we have ever heard of. We know what it does. We know what we must do.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:44 No.14085801
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:45 No.14085804

    You smirk a bit as you look over at him.

    "Oh really? Well have you ever been to do far as known can been gone why this even happens?"

    "Wait, what?" Agrus says, his brows furrowing.

    "Well I know I've never been far as going to do ever been before." You say, the final syllable triggering the mental locks embedded in the words.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:46 No.14085809
    *Falls off chair laughing*
    And /that's/ how you design a spell phrase.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:47 No.14085813


    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:47 No.14085815

    Suddenly, twelve orgasms.
    Slaanesh is pleased.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:47 No.14085816
    Agrus manages to realize your true intent at the last second, and he slips out of the spell using his own like a lizard casting off old skin.

    You seem to have found the one thing he wasn't prepared for.


    You have the advantage. What will your next move be?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:48 No.14085824
    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?!
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:50 No.14085832
    I suppose silly-string based touch spells are out? I would totally design that if I was a wizard, though.
    Oh well, next plan: Summon Space Elf Ninja Clown Actor.

    Failing that, just Summon: Clown.

    >Captcha: quest learning
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:50 No.14085834
    How is babby formed?
    How is babby formed?
    How girl get pregnent?

    They need to do way instain mother> who kill thier babbys. becuse these babby cant frigth back? it was on the news this mroing a mother in ar who had kill her three kids. they are taking the three babby back to new york too lady to rest my pary are with the father who lost his children ; i am truley sorry for your lots
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:54 No.14085857
    ITT: Retarded poster quest
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:56 No.14085867
    More enchanting.

    More mind puzzles.

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:57 No.14085874

    The previous one worked due sheer incomprehensible gibberish uttered in such a way that it seems like it should mean something when it doesn't.
    The rest of these suggestion are sheer retardness.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)06:58 No.14085878

    You look over at him, a wide grin on your face as you ready another Feeblemind spell.

    "Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?"

    He clutches his head, eyes rolling around in their sockets for a moment before he is finally still. He looks over at you with a dumbfounded expression.

    His face quickly forms back into a vicious grin. "No I don't think they have." A massive Fireball flies at you with a single sweep of his hand. You loose the Disruptive Rays to twist the flames out of the way, leaving a safe spot for you in the midst of strangely angled scorches across the stone.

    The exchange is finished. Neither of you has the advantage.

    What will your next move be?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)06:59 No.14085888

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:02 No.14085898
    Bigby's Raping Tentacles.

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:04 No.14085906

    Breath of Winter!
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:05 No.14085910

    Also, Feeblemind OP, REALLY?

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:05 No.14085912
    Bah, if we are going to go with raping tentacles, it'll be Cat'thulu's Mindraeping Fey-form.

    Actually, better idea: Polymorph him into a dinosaur. Watch as he dies of asphyxiation due to being unable to get enough oxygen from puny normal air. Problem, Spielberg?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:08 No.14085929
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    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:14 No.14085956
    Go with Mindrape.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:15 No.14085964
    Mind control him.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)07:16 No.14085970
    >>Random.org Gen: 3

    You bring a hand up to your mouth and unleash a nearly invisible blast of death. The icy chill of your Winter Breath will flash-freeze him as it reaches him.

    He reads your motion and counters with a Fire Shield, transparent purple flames sheathing his body. They remain even after your spell has passed him by.

    He is at the advantage.

    What will your next move be?
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)07:18 No.14085974

    Sorry about that, I was composing when your posts got in. Two for Mindrape next.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:18 No.14085977
    Mage’s Disjunction
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:18 No.14085981
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:19 No.14085985


    It causes a chill wind to swirl around you perpetually in proportionate power to your skill and the weather while simultaneously granting you a resistance to cold in all its forms.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:20 No.14085991
    Don't worry, OP is just a fag.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:23 No.14086004
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:24 No.14086008
    Keep this thread in separate tab and refresh before posting the update.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)07:32 No.14086042

    Sounds like some Pokemon move to me.


    You feel a pulling from beyond reality, through the stars you have symbolically embroidered on your robes.


    Your eyes take on a black sheen as a massive wave of flames licks at your physical body. Your body takes on the strength of the earth itself, and as the fire clears, you lock eyes with Agrus. His eyes widen.

    The dying flames have been twisted into a series of three small points representing the sign of Dominion, the Auspice under which you were born.

    The sign reflected in his eyes with thousands of writing tentacles maws, he lets out a bloodcurdling scream. Waves of pure magical energy flow from his mouth like a trail of ascending vomit, his spells being wiped from his mind along with his memories. The energy funnels into a starry cone over you and coalesces into a small, perfect black sphere.

    You feel the power leave you as your foe falls to his knees.

    "THE WEAK OVERCOME THE STRONG." The words leave your lips as you pocket Agrus' Memory.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:35 No.14086065
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:37 No.14086074
    As we had agreed prior to the duel.
    Also, take his body inside the tower, might as well make unholy experiments on it.

    Also check his memories now, lets see how we got the knowledge where we got the dragon blood. What he intended to do with it. And what he would have done if we didn't give him / did give him.

    Also utter something what an old man would, something like:
    "Young ones these days. Back in my time, we respected our elders!"
    or similar
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:46 No.14086113
    What are we entitled now?

    Also check if the mind-rape spell didn't leave an opening for otherworldy horrors to sneak into your mind or this plane.

    Get back to whatever we were doing before.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:46 No.14086115
    So... What exactly was that? Was it something we can pull off often, or a "once in a lifetime event," or us just overcasting Enchantment?

    Or... Was it Cat'thulu's Mindraeping Fey-form? (Would explain the eye-tentacles)
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:47 No.14086116
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)07:47 No.14086118

    And then the people look on in shock.

    "I'm getting too old for this shit." You say, looking over at the lizardmen. You can see the one who wounded Algers standing away from the others with a scared look on his face.

    "Bring your former master inside." You say, a powerful headache causing you to experience a moment of dizziness, and lenience. Then again, what your servants will do to him pales in comparison to what you might do. They are savage, after all.

    You enter the entrance hall, seeing no sign of Algers. A few of your servants are cleaning the place up. They look over at you with concern as the lizardman and Agrus come inside.

    "Go get a priest." You order. One of the gnolls rises up from her cleaning and rushes out the door. You clean the Priceless Artwork with a simple cantrip. Who said blood is hard to get out?

    You are most concerned with your security. You have the lizardman and Agrus locked in the Storeroom until you can transfer them to the offsite Dungeon or decide what to do with them.

    You put Agrus' Memories through the Scrying Array.

    You see Agrus conversing with someone you recognize quite well about the Dragon's Blood.

    Your Worthless Son.

    "You're sure he has it?"

    "Of course he has it."

    "I gave it to him."
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:47 No.14086120
    >Also utter something what an old man would, something like:
    >"Young ones these days. Back in my time, we respected our elders!"
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:49 No.14086131



    We are going to find our son and beat his ass until he apologizes. We do not fuck around.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:50 No.14086136
    Find him and punchkick him into a coma.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:51 No.14086141
    That motherfucker.



    Gibe more background info on our Worthless Son.
    Why is he worthless, btw?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:53 No.14086154

    Most likely because he's not a Wizard.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:53 No.14086155
    Child, you have failed me for the last time.
    At this point, I could obliterate you.
    However, I've already taken action.
    I've replaced you.
    Behold, my new child: like you, but better.
    Ex-son, meet my new daughter.
    *Introduce Dragat, put on Trollface*

    >erionel ElGamal
    Oh dear, captchas putting out sinister names again. We just broke the fabric of reality, didn't we? What am I saying, it's a TG quest, of course we did.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:54 No.14086160
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    YOU SOD!
    You've never played Dominions 3?!
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)07:54 No.14086161


    That was your Auspice.

    Everyone is born underneath an Auspice, and it may shape how their life unfolds. You were born in the month of Dominion, the year of Luz. Both of these Auspices together form the Constellation of the Destroyer. Dominion's Might is a spell you developed just for turning around those do or die situations. By showing the target Horrors from Beyond Reality, you take the Unformed Consciousness, Rip It From The Body And Turn It Into A Small Gem.

    It leaves the target little more than a mindless zombie and you a tad exhausted.

    Overcasting Dominion's Might would have as high a chance of avoiding death as shoving a steak knife into your temple. But whoever it was would Have Their Mind, Body and Soul Devoured By Terrible Beings From Beyond The Boundaries Of Reality.

    And you got a little help from your Auspice as well, considering he is actually a physically existing creature on this plane.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)07:56 No.14086171

    And you know it's powerful because of all the capitals involved.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:01 No.14086191

    his lizards should belong to us now.
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)08:02 No.14086197

    Your Worthless Son will have his day. This memory is dated three months ago, so the conversation likely took place at the fortress you had him stationed at. He should still be there, conducting Foolish Experiments in an attempt to Surpass you. Even though you Disowned him long ago.

    You have already prepared for the day you would end him. You have promised a number of gnoll lieutenants underneath him an Early Retirement and Good Treatment if they were to kill him. Sometimes the little things are enough for the little people. If you send the word, they will kill him.

    He betrayed your trust long ago when he made it clear he would Never Be as Good as You. He takes Delight in Watching Helpless Creatures Suffer. He Did Not Attend His Mother's Funeral. His Spellcasting Technique is sloppy. You Invested So Much in Him only to be Disappointed Time and Time Again.

    You feel hatred writhe up inside of you like a coiled snake. Do you strike now?
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:04 No.14086206
    That depends. Is there anything he loves/desires we can take away from him, preferably in as trollish a manner as possible? If not, then yes.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:07 No.14086225

    Can we call Slaanesh first?
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)08:13 No.14086256

    Nope. I am not good with computer. If you want something from there next time, just post a link with the request bro.




    They do. If they run, you could easily have them killed. You took the one you knew would try to run and imprisoned him. Your thoughts drift back to the incident as you feel a priest of Thunlin welcome himself into your home. Your Worthless Son's face flickers on the wall, driving you back through your memories.

    * * *

    He is a child. He animates a pile of sticks and marches it over to you, his chubby face going from a smile to a frown as it collapses.

    "Try it again." You say, managing to mask your disappointment.

    * * *

    "You're not giving me a fair shake father!" He shouts at you, an adult.

    "You've never accomplished anything! You refuse to accept your legacy!" You slam your book closed, scaring your wife.

    "I want to make my own legacy." He says, looking down at you.

    Like the king, you think.

    * * *

    Her grave. You are the only one standing there for several days. He sends word that he cannot come, he is busy setting up the defenses for the recently conquered city. He didn't find out she died until a month later.

    Algers, a young adult, comes and leads you back into the tower.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:17 No.14086265
    Drive your anger from your mind. This is no longer a mere family matter. He has decided to challenge you as a wizard, and he shall be struck down like any other challenger. Prepare for war. Bring his world crumbling down.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:24 No.14086292
    But first, HydraDungeon.
    Or simultaneously, I guess, we have minions, so we can probably delegate. Just make sure to get recordings of both for later amusement.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:26 No.14086303

    You didn't tell him that she died when you sent the summons?
    Poor parenting! POOR!
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)08:29 No.14086315
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    You feel a tension in the room as you exhale, your anger cracking like glass. No. You have spent too long on this child not to have the satisfaction of Dooming your Family Line yourself. You will see him replaced by a puppet and have him brought back up to the city, where your revenge can be complete. You will see him brought before the King, Sullen and Humbled, made miserable in every sense of the word.

    You have tried to teach him his entire life.

    Now is the time for the Final Lesson.

    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:32 No.14086323

    You there!
    What is this "heritage code" of which you speak?
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)08:32 No.14086328

    We will get started on that when next this quest commences, which should be Wednesday night for amurricans.


    Well, obviously we're not the Model Parent here. He likely Hates Us For A Reason. All that I'm sure will be explored more in later editions.

    Until then, signing out.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)08:33 No.14086334
    If this is our backstory and we are the guys Worthless Son, I will be so very, /very/ pissed off. I WANT MY CAT DRAGONS AND KITTEN MINIONS, DAMNIT!
    >> VKO !qw2cdBTZAc 03/01/11(Tue)08:34 No.14086339

    And That.

    It's far too early to reveal what That is.


    Stay toasty, everyone.
    >> Anonymous 03/01/11(Tue)09:53 No.14086765

    I knew it,
    we are an awful parent.

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