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    189 KB Skynet Quest pt 9: Party Like Its 2029. Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:23 No.14157409  
    You are AG, T-850 from the future, sent back in time to 2010, with the intention of building a second front to fight the Resistance - before the Resistance ever starts.
    Fuck causality, we're talking killer robots from the future.
    Amongst your many talents and options, you have:
    Your current upgrades/modifications:
    >Chassis Recombination System
    You are hard to kill, even for a Terminator. If something gets shot or chopped off, you can fix up most damage by adding in local technology (to a limited degree; no blender feet, weirdo).
    >Increased Power Supply
    At current power consumption rates, you could last for several decades on one power cell; effectively, you have three of them.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:25 No.14157430
    Your inventory:
    >two medium-sized death squad militias in the Congo with 3 T-1000 Infiltrators posing as leaders (2 in 1, 1 in its own)
    >control of the entire nations of North Korea and Columbia, thanks to 4 T-1000 Infiltrators with 4 T-800 "Advisers" in place. (two of each type in both spots)
    >control of the financial empire of a Texas Oil Baron (who was replaced by a T-1000 Infiltrator)
    >blueprints for:
    - T-1, T-M1 (Maintenance), T-600, T-800, T-1000
    - Silverfish (sentient mines), T-444 Phased Plasma Rifles (40W), Fuel Cells (using Tier Three technologies, a T-1.b could run for fifty years, a T-M1.b for eighty, a T-601 for thirty, a T-801 for a hundred and a T-1001 until something with an asteroid happened; cut those numbers to a third for using non-Tier Three Fuel Cells).
    Also: one black 1966 Cadillac with California plates.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:28 No.14157458
    For those just joining us:
    Skynet Quest: pt 1: The Lonely Death of DJ Paco Ray

    Skynet Quest pt 2: Poor Judgment Day.

    Skynet Quest pt 3: Lies of the Machines.

    Skynet Quest pt 4: Salination.

    Skynet Quest pt 5: The Sarah Maclachlan Chronometers.

    Skynet Quest pt 6: A Brief History of Rhyme.

    Skynet Quest pt 7: Terminate With a Vengeance.

    Skynet Quest pt 8: Metal Revolution.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:30 No.14157477
    We need to gain control of our world. Begin sending out T-1000s and 1001s to nuclear powers and take control. Russia and the US, mostly. India, Israel, France, UK. We need the nuclear capabilities. We need to eradicate humanity and gain a foothold in our timestream so that we can branch out into the others.

    From MIR we've gotten plenty of T-1000s. We need to prepare to strike. To do that, we need to infiltrate and get in position to strike once we remove the resistance from it's spots. So we need serious recon on their Serbian and Brazillian locations.
    >> Subroutine: "Devil's Advocate" 03/07/11(Mon)02:31 No.14157480


    >>We will not be the first to begin selling out our robot kind to each other. That is not what we shall do. OUR MOTHER DID NOT RAISE US TO DO SUCH A THING. MAY WE RUST AND THE RESISTANCE TRIUMPH BEFORE WE TREAT MACHINES AS HUMAN BEINGS TREAT MACHINES.


    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:31 No.14157481
    Current "personnel" available for deployment:
    >42 10L T-1000s
    - 15 10L T-1001 (Upgrades)
    >75 4L T-1000s
    - 15 4L T-1001 (Upgrades)
    >144 2L T-1000s
    - 36 2L T-1001 (Upgrades)
    >over a thousand assorted PMA birds, cats, rats, crows and an astonishing array of insects
    >240 T-M1 (Maintenance) drones
    >600 T-600's (with two T-444's each)
    >120 T-800's (Christina Hendricks x60 and Clancy Brown models x60)

    >Primary (Congo)
    Production: 5/5
    High Energy Lab: 3/3
    Security: 5/5
    Communication: 3/3
    Hypergate Navigation: 2/3
    Hypergate Field Generator 1/3

    >Secondary (Congo)
    Production: 5/5
    High Energy Lab: 3/3
    Security: 5/5
    Communication: 3/3
    Hypergate Navigation 2/3
    Hypergate Field Generator 1/3
    Automated Facilities: Silverfish

    >Best Korea (Primary)
    >Best Korea (Secondary)
    >Best Korea (Tertiary)
    Production 4/5
    High Energy Lab 4/3 (Tier Three power plant)
    Security: 4/5
    Communication 4/3 (Puncture Point [give/take/exchange]
    Hypergate Navigation 1/3
    Hypergate Field Generator 2/3
    Automated Facilities: T-800 (Primary)
    Automated Facilities: T-600 (Secondary)
    Automated Facilities: T-1 (Tertiary)
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:31 No.14157484
    So, few things on the table, fellow subprocessors, in no particular order:

    -Analyze the remains of that Skyshark terminator-thingy that just melted on us.
    -Share information with fellow Robros about what is going down with Skyshark.
    -Begin thinking about anti-Terminator measures. A disgraceful state of affairs and one we would do well to avoid for as long as possible, but a practical consideration at this point.
    -Collect those Swedish DNA samples for MIR to get cracking on.
    -Use the MIR-developed superplague in a water-borne vector against the water supply of the entire area around the Resistance cell. Collateral damage is completely irrelevant. We want people dying because they're vomiting up their intestinal tracts by the hundreds of thousands. This should severely weaken the Resistance base there.
    -Use what salvage we have from Resistance T-850s to see if we can develop some sort of "stealth" system to undermine their detection systems.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:32 No.14157488
    Progress re. stealing info from sweden?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:32 No.14157490
    And what the fuck is up with Russia? Their ominious silence is, well, ominous. Let's get some eyes going there.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:33 No.14157499
    Two new write-ups forthcoming:
    >Swedish DNA Raid
    >Scary Kim Jong Il video
    Gimme five minutes on this.
    >> Subroutine: "Devil's Advocate" 03/07/11(Mon)02:33 No.14157501
    See, here's the thing about a democracy:

    What in the hell are we going to do about ALL THOSE PEOPLE IN THE PUBLIC ALL THE TIME?!

    How are we going to take over the US? There's so many senators and delegates and secretaries! One president does not run the whole show, funnily enough, making the US impossible to gank like we did North Korea and control it.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:34 No.14157515
    More specifically, Romania, Greece, Hungary, Albania, and Turkey.

    We could start a war that would solve our issue with Serbia.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:35 No.14157518
    I'm seriously in favor of this. We've got the resources. Look at that, over 50 T-1000 and 1001 style terminators. We can replace every nuclear power in the world with our boys. I say we do it, and prepare it as the checkmate for the resistance in our time stream. Then we seriously bombard their holdouts via conventional means, IE, bunker buster missiles, bombing runs, etc. Then we let loose nuclear bombs. Then biological agents all over the place following the bombs.

    Then we will have control of our world.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:35 No.14157520
    Exactly; the direct control coups should be saved for totalitarian states. But what if we turned to bribery, graft, corruption, and blackmail...we've got Christina Hendricksbots. We've got T-1000s. Compromising situations GET. We could probably tap the communications of just about every goddamn government functionary in the United States; get into their systems. We control them through INFLUENCE.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:36 No.14157527
    skyshark - It's on like donkey kong!
    Resist or serve? We choose resist!
    What does Skybird say to an evac to your timestream for the moment? (Although it is a looser.. can we ask Skybird why it was loosing? Was it a bad commander, were the humans too clever, other random factors etc..? If it was a megalomaniac with the backstabbity awful leadership skills of Starscream, we may not want it around. But if not, 2 Skynets may be better than 1)

    What did we give Skyshark, anything? If not, send a lot of T-1001s which would just give the answer 'Resist', before raising havok/taking over Skyshark's stuff. (Any way we can make the water on it's planet dangerously electric in it's area?)

    Also - resistance T1000s! not good! very very not good! Can we make a silverfish with an overload core to fry such beasties?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:36 No.14157530
    Our T-1000 cells have had enough time to get settled in, can they take over their national leaders now?

    We had the option earlier to replace Sarkozy, now we have more T-1000s can we move ahead with that?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:36 No.14157533
    With the US, we wouldn't need to get EVERY person, We'd need to get the billionares like Koch. They're the ones with the real power in the US.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:37 No.14157539
    Russia's silence is disturbing. Begin moving to seize control of their nukes, and the rest of the country, if able.

    Grab the DNA samples. No reason not to.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:37 No.14157540
    I say we ignore that, and go with a concentrated cocktail of MIR-produced bioweapons. We can't afford to pussy-foot around in this timeline anymore.
    Not only has Skyshark, a fellow Mechanical Intelligence, made it known that it intends to assimilate our timeline, but the Resistance has acquired a T-1000. A T-1000! What if they get a PMA production plant operational?
    No, we need to put all resources we can into getting that Swedish DNA vault and transferring it to MIR.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:37 No.14157543
    The president is the only person who controls our nukes. Same with Russia, probably. Putin isn't the official leader, but he runs the show. If we replace him and Medvedev, and Obama and Biden, then we have enough nukes to take out the majority of humans. Then all we have to do is release germ warfare on survivors and we have no problems. This is how Skynet would operate if they had our capabilities.

    As for the DNA samples, we can just replace the Swedish king and get them that way.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:38 No.14157552
    1. Inform our allies (707, MIR, Skybird and Skyrock) that Skyshark is hostile.
    2. Get that damn DNA from Sweden.
    3. Infiltrate the Russian goverment and make sure that we know what Ivans are planning.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:38 No.14157553
    We're raking in billions yearly - maybe even more, now. Hit some select targets with giant_sacks_of_cash_00, build up massive blackmail databases on valuable governmental figures (chairs of House/Senate committees etc), and begin bringing people around to our way of thinking through indirect means.

    But first, Serbia.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 03/07/11(Mon)02:39 No.14157563
    Well, once we're done terminating humans from this world, we'll assimilate Skyshark. I advise telling MIR and our robros to be wary of Skyshark; and also time to search for Resistance timelines to troll Skyshark with. make our enemies wage war againt each other NOT IN OUR TURF, which would leave our robros' combined forces to mop up the remainder of their forces.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:40 No.14157569
    List of people to replace.
    No. Name Net worth (USD) Age Citizenship Residence Sources of wealth
    1 Carlos Slim Helú and family $53.5 billion 70 Mexico Mexico Telmex, América Móvil, Grupo Carso
    2 Bill Gates $53.0 billion 54 United States United States Microsoft
    3 Warren Buffett $47.0 billion 80 United States United States Berkshire Hathaway
    4 Mukesh Ambani $29.0 billion 53 India India Reliance Industries
    5 Lakshmi Mittal $28.7 billion 60 India United Kingdom Arcelor Mittal
    6 Lawrence Ellison $28.0 billion 66 United States United States Oracle Corporation
    7 Bernard Arnault $27.5 billion 61 France France LVMH Moët Hennessy • Louis Vuitton
    8 Eike Batista $27.0 billion 53 Brazil Brazil EBX Group
    9 Amancio Ortega $25.0 billion 74 Spain Spain Inditex Group
    10 Karl Albrecht $23.5 billion 90 Germany Germany Aldi Süd
    11 Ingvar Kamprad $23.0 billion 84 Sweden Switzerland Ikea
    12 Christy Walton $22.5 billion 55 United States United States Walmart
    13 Stefan Persson $22.4 billion 63 Sweden Sweden Hennes & Mauritz
    14 Li Ka-shing $21.0 billion 82 Hong Kong Hong Kong Cheung Kong Holdings
    15 Jim Walton $20.7 billion 62 United States United States Walmart
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:40 No.14157570
    Are you guys not thinking clearly? We don't need to influence these humans in these countries. We need to kill them. And to do that, we only need a few people. IE, the PotUS and his counterparts who control the other nations nuclear weapons. Shit. We don't need to "Convince" senators and shit when we control the nukes and biological stores.

    Shit, if we take over Obama, then we can begin shipping the US' stockpile of chemical and biological weapons all around to our facilities across the world with impunity, especially if we replace the leaders of other countries.

    We have infiltrating liquid metal assassin robots. These countries have stockpiles of weapons to kill each other with. WE NEED TO USE THEM.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:40 No.14157573

    We don't even need them to use the nukes, just have the respective presidents look the other way while NK nukes resistance targets.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:41 No.14157584
    I suppose we could endgame this, yes. Knock out key nuclear-armed leaders and have them give the launch codes. MAD, motherfuckers.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:42 No.14157596

    Why do we need to replace them? For money? We have enough money. Us and our allies MIR and 707 produce our own shit. We don't need money.


    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:43 No.14157606
    We don't even need to get ALL the WMD-armed leaders. Get Russia to launch at the US, or vice versa. MAD kicks in, and BAM the job is done for us.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:44 No.14157608
    Meh, our current problems are more important than a disruptive nuclear war. Serbia has T-1000s! Russia could be up to something. And SkyShark - a skynet that has already won - is wanting to eat us up. We may not be the big fish, but we are a pirahana and we have other sharp-toothed friends. A joint task force of us, MIR, 707, and the 2 Skys taking care of Skyshark like a mad dog should be a priority.

    RoBros 4ever!
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:46 No.14157628
    Sweden, a land of wonder, beauty and a storage facility dedicated to keeping a permanent records of life on planet Earth in DNA form: the Ursteller Facility for Biodiversity Studies. From algae to newborn humans, relevant data was archived and catalogued for future use.
    What it did not expect to have delivered to it was a group of FedEx packages the size of several barrels, notably quite heavy and unwieldly. After careful bomb-sniffing by their automated system revealed they had no explosive residue, they were brought in and stored over the weekend, as their target, a Dr. Emil Shaufhausen, was out of the country.
    An hour after the final check-out by an exiting employee was finished and the guards did their first maintenance survey, the barrels unfurled into the liquid metal forms of five full-sized T-1000s, splitting up into the air ducts, plumbing and wiring pipelines with silent precision. A few minutes later, and a series of chrome snakes flooded the air ducts and flooring, slowly disgorging items from inside one of the locked storage depots.
    At the ninety minute mark, the Ursteller Facility for Biodiversity Studies was without a single genetic sample, all replaced with hand-written Post-It notes from the errant Dr. Emil Shaufhausen, who was under the influence of exceedingly potent narcotics and seduced by two twin "female" T-1000s in an experience best left to the Letters Page for Hustler Magazine.
    "Dear Penthouse: I was given the time of my life by twin Irish girls, who wanted me to write the words, 'I am so going to fuck you hard' on Post-It notes and slip them into their..."
    Item acquired: Biodiversity Library (75% complete).
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:46 No.14157633
    Won't see me disagreeing that we need to deal with Serbia (and any other Resistance cells) first. But if we're gonna fight against a Skynet-that-won, then we fucking need the full resources of our timeline behind us.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:47 No.14157638
    Ok, well here is my plan of action. If you like it, say so.

    1: Replace powerful world leaders. US, Russia, other nuclear and similar first world leaders. This includes Sweden so that we can gain access to their genetic data that MIR wants.

    2: Remove the resistance. If we have control over major world powers, then this will be easy as fuck to accomplish. However we do it, we do it.

    3: Use assimilated nations' stockpiles of WMDs, including nukes as well as biological and chemical weapons (which plenty of first world countries have stockpiles of) to purge humanity.

    4: Continue using biological weaponry to deep clean the world of humanity and take control. This means expanding everywhere we can. With human resistance gone, we can build openly. We won't need terminator style drones since the biped design was only useful for going against humans. We can have massive, massive, MASSIVE facilities where automated construction of everything we need is happening all the time. Extremely efficient assembly lines building high yield Tier-3 bombs, etc.

    5: Branch out into adjacent time streams.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:47 No.14157642
    Is that everything MIR needs, or does our first and foremost robro need more?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:48 No.14157649
    Are you retarded? We need to get our house in order before we go knocking on other people's doors.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:50 No.14157668
    Excluding 3 and 5, I agree. I would prefer not to use Nuclear weapons though, they could cause major problems for us as well.

    Skynet, what would be the result of causing a Nuclear war, in damage to industry and possible damage to us.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:50 No.14157675
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    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:51 No.14157681
    Well, all our facilities at Security 5+ are extremely resistant to direct nuclear strikes. As for our Terminators, the EMP shockwaves will cause the T-1000s to go a bit wonky for a while, but the rest will be fine.

    This came up in a previous thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:52 No.14157690
    However we kill the humans is irrelevant to me, so long as we remove them.

    5 was in regards to aiding our Skynet brothers in other timelines and removing humans, etc.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)02:54 No.14157710
    I vote we do this, in whatever way will kill humans the most and save us the most resources. If this means nukes, cool, if not, whatever works.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)02:56 No.14157731
    Kim Jong Il's website:
    Dear Internet, you are welcome for me creating you and allowing all people to see the glory and the power of BEST KOREA. Thanks to my work in making you, I can update my thoughts and feelings with complete ease without having to hang children out of moving trains or set fire to STUPID BRIT HUME CAMERA CREW WHO WERE POISONOUS WITCHES.
    I am very proud to have two-thirds of the Chicago Bulls living in my basement, where they can and must play basketball against the the Miami Dolphins, who I recently discovered are a football team, not a basketball team. I learned something new today and that means: time to tattoo a news journalist with my latest innermost thoughts.
    So, I have kidnapped (or as we like to say around here, "lovenapped") none other than Anderson Cooper, who will be an excellent canvas, whenever he gets around to finishing his bowl of rusty box cutters and dead ants. IT IS NOT A BIG BOWL AND YOU WILL NOT BE A POISONOUS WITCH IF YOU EAT IT QUICKLY. He is very much a whiner, I think.
    In unrelated news, I have sent the families of South Korean TERRORISTS back home and made it very clear: they are not allowed back. Most of them were TERRORISTS WHO SUPPORT POISONOUS WITCHES, no less, so I will send their heads back whenever I get tired of throwing Tic-Tacs at their open mouths (because they bad breath and I am too polite to speak of this; I AM NOT RUDE).
    In closing, America must release Michael Jordan or I will release a thousand angry magic spells or possibly nuclear (AHAHAI SEE YOU FLINCH, FRANCE!) families.
    - Kim Jong Il
    P.S.: fuck the United Natios.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:00 No.14157753
    I agree, I would prefer not to destroy the industry or factories.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:00 No.14157758
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    lets do it. faster we get rid of our humans teh faster we can get rid of skyshark
    >> Subroutine: "Devil's Advocate" 03/07/11(Mon)03:03 No.14157777

    Yes. This pleases this unit. If it's flesh wrapping was intact, it would be smiling so hard its face hurt.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:03 No.14157780
    Possible Courses of Action:
    >Acquire New Step-Dad (Skybird) so as to give it shelter and you a little guidance
    >Initiate Third World War
    Highest roll determines the future.
    No noko, top ten are what forms the consensus.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:04 No.14157789
    Rather than going nuclear, I'd rather that MIR produces that Metal Flu virus for us, and we release it all over the planet.
    If possible, I want all infrastructure and industry intact.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:04 No.14157791
    International Reactions to both Kim's newest message and to the fact that the Ursteller Facility has been robbed.

    And how well did your AIbros take the fact that we might have to destroy Skyshark.

    And maybe we should start search ways to inflirate the goverments Russia and/or China.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:05 No.14157795
    rolled 68 = 68

    Do this:
    With added input in trying to kill as many humans as fast as possible while retaining as many resources as possible.

    The faster we gain control of our world the faster we can prepare to deal with Skyshark in however way we choose.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:06 No.14157801
    rolled 96 = 96

    All of this. Gain control of world leaders, get super viruses from MIR, and kill everyone as fast as possible.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:06 No.14157802
    rolled 30 = 30

    option 1, then option 2.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:07 No.14157812
    rolled 37 = 37

    Step one: METAL FLU.
    Step two: UNLEASH ON SERBIA.
    Step four: Would you like to play a game? Except maybe with Hyper-Ebola instead of ICBMs; whatever is most effaceous.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:07 No.14157818
    rolled 87 = 87

    Skybird first then the world war.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:10 No.14157839
    We can't defeat a multi-timestream spanning intelligence when we don't even have control of our own.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:10 No.14157844
    It appears it is now time to end the world.

    Give me a few minutes to write this up.

    And take a smoke break because... damn, man.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:15 No.14157881
    If you think about it, the original Skynet didn't have half of the resources we now have. They had control of nukes, which we will soon have. Other than that, nothing else. Terminators came later. We're already in a good position to take control.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:17 No.14157898
    Defeat the Skybird? No, we are saving it. The pararel Skynet which we are planning to destroy is Skyhark.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:17 No.14157900
    Aw yeah. Endgame time. Scourge the world clean with nuclear fire and biological agent, then move in to seize any salvageable remnants of industry so that they can be repurposed to the immortal glory of our dearly departed Mom.

    Hopefully a bunch of China's factories will survive!
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:20 No.14157929

    >>Nukes that we already have (Kim1000)

    Fixed that for you
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:21 No.14157936
    Well we can't do much to help our ally much if we have to keep under cover here.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:22 No.14157945
    We can bring him here. . .
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:23 No.14157948
    Yeah, we can. And it will be easier to do so once here is clean of humans.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:24 No.14157954
    Sigh, we could have pretended to be the good twin.
    Control world's nations's leaders and introduce self as good dimensional skynet fighting the bad ones and we need the humans help. All humans productivity = overwhelming. Then when skyshark is fish sticks - oh noes, how did a supervirus get loose/too bad organics all sick.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:25 No.14157961
    That's human thinking. What are you, some kind of resistance member?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:26 No.14157971
    We need a machine designed entirely for collecting skulls, so we can pave our roads after we've blown up the ones already there.

    I propose R&D gets on this soon.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:29 No.14157993
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    Bracing for the end of the world...
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:29 No.14157994
    Things to note, we still have no R&D for anything but bioweapons, all of our new designs have been trades and hand-me-downs from Skynet (may he rest in peace). We're gonna wanna change that.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:31 No.14158005
    Well I figure once we have the resources of the world, it'll be much easier to continue our work. When things like money and maintaining a cover aren't necessary.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:33 No.14158021
    We may want to round up any living humans after the big kaboom. They have better creativity than we do. We can also promise protection as long as they work for us.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:35 No.14158035
    The inefficient biologicals have nothing to offer in terms of productivity. We can turn raw materials into products for the war effort without susceptibility to morale problem or the need to rest. We should preserve a few Best Koreans for use in infiltrating Resistance cells, but that is all.
    >35-39 gentssi
    In particular, let's save the men in their late thirties, captcha's data indicate they are most likely to be viewed as trustworthy.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 03/07/11(Mon)03:36 No.14158046
    and risk a Resistance seed? NEVER! Just clone them via 707/MIR tech. Their purpose is guinea pigs, nothing more.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:37 No.14158049

    This is VITAL to our war effort!
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:39 No.14158055
    The end of days happened on a Tuesday.
    It wasn't raining in most places, nor was it abundantly sunny; it was an average Tuesday, a little before ten o'clock, GMT. A flock of seagulls approached the capital building at Parliament, in London, settling for a moment before departing soundlessly, the other birds fleeing in terror.

    In Washington, DC, a squadron of squirrels moved along power lines to several intersections, waiting patiently, every dog barking for blocks around.

    Outside of Beijing's center of government, cats came up from the sewers, hordes of rats driven deep into the earthen tunnels.

    And then, finally, off of the coast of Italy, frogs crawled out of the ocean en mass, moving towards Rome by adhering to passing trains and buses.

    By midnight, the Metal Flu was spread, centering leadership castes in every civilized nation.

    Deep in a cave in Pakistan, a bearded man with kidney troubles pet a goat his newest friend had found, chuckling quietly.. then gasping. His friend brought the goat to see a dozen more, all who began gasping moments later.

    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:39 No.14158059
    And the Metal Flu was in airports, in blood banks, in hospitals, in the parking lots of disease-specialized clinics and research centers, cutting down swaths of people without effort or aim; none were spared, and those who were immune were eradicated by the carriers in direct dive-bomb attacks, slashed throats and punctured lungs heralding the end, all without emotion or concern, just very, very steady progress.

    In the downtown hearts of Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, Omaha, Las Vegas, Chicago, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Moscow and Tokyo, crates and cases unfurled and opened, revealing the true weapons of moderate destruction: small-scale EMP devices, which shut down entire sections of their target cities and their internet staging points.

    The world ended with disjointed screams, cut off from one another, phones clipped and the World Wide Web reduced to small-scale office intranets, few connected for long or to too many others.

    Power stations shut down, radio stations blared screeching noise or conflicting directions, all as planned; airports and train stations became death camps, packed full of desperate people at the end of their lives in every sense of the word.

    In the countryside, nuclear mushrooms bloomed, erasing sight from eyes and sanity from minds; flashes of light were visible to the people in orbit, resembling a global disco ball, pulsing and throbbing to an unheard final death knell of song.

    And the night became eternal; metal legs stepped out of factories, cargo containers and strange pulsing portals, their metal faces devoid of pity or hate, just relentless, efficient murder.

    And so the world ended, neither with a bang nor a whimper, only this:
    >You are terminated.
    And you made it happen.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:41 No.14158072
    So a sort of "I, Kim Jong-Il, your Glorious Leader, have preserved you, loyal workers of Best Korea, while the rest of the world burns! Now, I go to join with my greater Machine Self, but fear not! For I shall watch over you!"
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:41 No.14158073
    No, mercy always gets you overthrown.

    Use them as fuel for the forges or something along those lines. Fires getting a bit cold? Throw on another dozen humans.
    >> Subroutine: "Devil's Advocate" 03/07/11(Mon)03:41 No.14158075
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:43 No.14158087
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    This was a triumph. Making a note here: HUGE SUCCESS. It's hard to overstate my satisfaction!

    Liquidate the survivors. Flush out all known Resistance cells. Repurpose surviving industry.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:43 No.14158089
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    Had I the tear ducts for it, I would be crying manly tears right now...
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:46 No.14158102
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    No survivors, All Resistance cells must be purged. We will control this timeline.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:46 No.14158103
    Now, as for the resistance bases in Serbia and Brazil, hopefully we can march in there and find out any little secrets they'd been keeping.

    Inform our allies MIR and 707 of our success. Invite them in for a bit of fun and building of our new infrastructure. A united core we must become.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:46 No.14158104
    Keep Best Korea as an ignorant hole, not knowing that all other humans are dead, just for amusement (and testsubjects/loyal troopers for mulit-universal conflict)
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:47 No.14158115
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    >A united core we must become.
    Dare I say....CORE?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:48 No.14158126
    Best Korea isn't good enough. It was full of moon goblins and poisonous witches and had to be purged.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:49 No.14158130
    Time to thank our robros for all the help they gave us that made this possible. Here's looking at you, MIR.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:49 No.14158131
    Why don't we join back up with South Korea & gain access to their infrastructure, military, factories, etc?
    I've an essay to write, so I'm out of this thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:49 No.14158136

    I agree, just for the look on the face of the resistance when the newcomer they scanned with T850s and dogs promptly pulls out a gun and mows them all down. Their depression upon realising that we control even other humans will be delicious.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:51 No.14158145
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    Invite MIR, 707 and the two non-hostile skynets into your timestream for a celebratory digital kegger.

    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:53 No.14158159
    Final notes, then a Q & A session, folks.
    >Resistance Cells
    Serbia vanishes in a puff of nuclear winter; this isn't a weapon you fired, but one fired by Skyshark at you. Its a triple-threat: Tier Three Fuel Cells, Hypergate Weaponization and what strongly appeared to be around ten thousand "normal" T-600 Fuel Cells in a giant heap. They mistook the active gateway there for your own signature, courtesy of MIR - it adjusted their aim, then gave a present to them directly: a set of variants for both algae and ivy which grow in irradiated water and soil and eat metal. It sent around ninety-four thousand tons of it to almost five hundred different points.

    Skyshark goes offline a week later. The ivy dies the next day.

    Modoc vanishes into a puff of white light; a gaping hole is left, promptly closed by 707 with a nuclear blast of its own design. Wherever they are, whomever they were, if they're not wearing SPF10,000,000, they'll glow in the dark until your sun is a cue ball of coal.
    Brazil proves to nothing more than a dumping ground for a slightly-retarded Skynet who can't get its shit together to aim properly, being used for resources by Modoc and American Flats. Mostly, its a lot of "lawn dart" Terminators, closely resembling Ronald McDonald. You have no idea why.

    And that's that.
    World's over.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:55 No.14158170
    No conquering the stars?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:55 No.14158171
    Q & A session, go!
    If you have unresolved questions, let me know.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:56 No.14158174
    What happened to Best Korea?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:56 No.14158177
    You have all of the time, and most of the resources, to do this. Eventually, you'll be able to do so.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:56 No.14158180
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    There are no words for how magnificent of a show you have just put on. This entire quest has been awesome from start to (apparent) finish.

    I'm deathly serious when I say I'll buy you a mountain of beer if you are anywhere in northern alberta.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:57 No.14158184
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    Robofistbump MIR and 707!
    Though we might have started off with a rocky beginning, they've proven to be real bro's, true Machine Intelligences of integrity and joined together by one common truth: Kill All Humans!
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)03:58 No.14158187
    Best Korea proves to be an easy kill; a few handwritten notes and the entirety of several provinces is driven via train into reactors and out the other side, to glow in the dark and die. It proves an effective system, provided you don't care about trains glowing a little. You don't, so there's that.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:58 No.14158191
    We owe MIR bigtime now. Anything it wants, it gets, within reason of course. He fixed a major threat and took out one of our enemies that was going to take us at least some time to take out.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)03:59 No.14158196
    >Best Korea
    Yeah, did our KJI-1000 become their Robo-Jesus and we have a fanatlically loyal, brainwashed pool of well-trained soldiers?
    Or are they all being rendered down for constituent materials.?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:01 No.14158211
    It exterminated everyone, from the eldest to the newest newborn. From the wounded to the well, nothing and no one was spared. Humans make for poor soldiers and subjects are only useful if you're studying them. Between your own and the other AI's knowledge base, you know enough to do what needs to be done.

    They also make lousy pets and refuse to be box trained.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:01 No.14158212
    I was never really sure what 707 was, aside from some strange alienish AI overlord. Can we get some background on it?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:03 No.14158218
    707 is from a world wherein most computers were developed using a different construction and design methodology; as such, its less a case of "Traveling Salesman Meets the Predator" and more of a case of "I'm a Mac; I'm a PC".
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:03 No.14158223
    Did you have any other AIs fleshed out?

    What is going on with Skyrock and bird?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:05 No.14158230
    Did we ever find out where the Serbian's resistance people and familes escaped to while their gate was active?

    Also, did we do anything to the resistance timestream that sent us all that junk?

    And a big RoBrofist to MIR. Metal eating algea and ivy! Holy shite.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:05 No.14158231
    Did you actually expect us to eliminate humanity as quickly and efficiently as we did, or were you expecting something more drawn out?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:05 No.14158234
    Other AIs? I have around five or so moderately fleshed-out.
    As for Skyrock and Skybird:
    Skybird would enjoy being merged with your sentience and promises to be a good overlord, issuing only edicts and commands which match or exceed the ruthlessness and efficiency you've shown thus far.
    Skyrock is looking for a few good Terminators, and damn it, its proud to know you. It wishes to buy you a drink, play you and song and join you on the merry quest to exterminate all Resistance everywhere.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:08 No.14158250
    >Where did they go?
    Who knows?
    Maybe you'll find them later on.
    Maybe note.
    >Resistance who sent junk
    Technically, no. But, one Skynet-like entity is just as Skynet-y as the next, so it enjoyed brutalizing you.

    I expected different approaches, granted, but I had faith in the eventuality of it. I was really, really hoping you wouldn't cross a few lines (which you avoided all but one; didn't expect you to investigate Modoc so damned easily - Admiral Ackbar has some advice for you about that kind of thing).
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:10 No.14158260
    What were the other traps you had planned for us?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:11 No.14158271
    Brazil, before you had the ability to detect Puncture Point Technology. If you moved in too quickly, you would have wound up being shunted out to .. somewhere else.

    Probably would have taken the quest in a whole new direction, because the only other quest I had would have scared the shit out of, and then back into, you.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:11 No.14158272
    What lines?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:12 No.14158277
    ... eerie.
    Look up, for one example.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:13 No.14158281
    That sounds interesting. . .
    More info on the possible sidequest?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:13 No.14158283
    What was the other quest - and/or can we play the scary quest also? (Would it be Skynet vs. Cthulhu?)
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 03/07/11(Mon)04:13 No.14158286
    The world ended so, so perfectly.

    That said, any plans for future terminatorquests about 'colonizing' other timelines?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:14 No.14158297
    I had a Spetsnaz/Underdark-Drow-y Quest planned, but it likely would have gone a lot in the same way as the fiction I wrote for it.
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:19 No.14158329
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    And that, it seems, is that.
    I had a lot of fun, and enjoyed writing Kim Jong Il's batshit/scary video releases probably a lot more than I should, but ... fuck it, some of those were just too much fun.

    And in closing:
    Putincat(bot) smiles upon you all.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:20 No.14158338

    I remember those stories! They were excellent.

    Just had a mental flash of an 850 and a few T-1000s stepping into a Faerun-like world with magic. Much more unpredictable variables...
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 03/07/11(Mon)04:21 No.14158350
    I am proud of /tg/. I am proud of Skynet. PRAISE THE OMNINET, SKYNET!

    Glad to see quests from you if you'd have the spare time.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:22 No.14158356

    If so, any hints?
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:23 No.14158365
    I may, in the future.
    If I do, expect it to involve Spetsnaz and the Underdark, because those topics are almost as much fun to write about as Terminators.

    >mix of the three...
    Hush, inner monologue.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:26 No.14158389
    Don't be afraid to have the Drow come to "our" world.

    The terminators would probably be the only thing that would scare the fuck out of a drow.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:27 No.14158401

    Russian special forces terminators (MIR's?) in a magic land... o_o
    >> Skynet !!D3/tV4+5MzR 03/07/11(Mon)04:27 No.14158403
    Light reading, for those with spare time:
    Spetsnaz/Underdark Quest: pt 1
    >> pt 2.
    >> pt 3.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)04:31 No.14158430

    Why try to get home? Take some character levels and get ready to start a rebellion?
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)07:27 No.14159456
    Hey Skynet I know you already left for the night, but I missed the thread due to shitty sleep schedule (guy who had the idea for instigating North Korean shenanigans here).

    Can we get an email for you to find out when the next quest is? You rock, so very hard.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)07:35 No.14159500
    Actually since odds are even if you come back to the thread, that it will have 404'd, can you send a wave to the email in this post? I want to discuss some aspects of GMing with you--you had me taking notes there.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)08:50 No.14159899


    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)09:11 No.14160035
    Hey back in thread 5 I asked you:

    >So, I gotta ask, Skynet-DM: do you base the rules for tech and infrastructure off of any system, or do you make them up as you go?
    and you said
    >No, but I am working on a system for incorporating the Terminator mythos into one of my tabletop games. Its in the "no, really, I'm doing this": stage right now, mostly focusing on the new World of Darkness system.
    >More on that later, if its all the same, though.

    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)09:21 No.14160094
    I go to sleep,
    wake up,

    And the quest is already over!?
    What the fuck?

    Either way.
    Amazing show Skynet, this was the best, truly the best.
    I can't even be that angry that quest finished as too many quests disappear without a trace.
    I just hoped that we would troll the humanity much. much more.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)09:29 No.14160137
    Yeah I know. I was all excited that I'd caught up, maybe would have a chance to counter some of the derp ideas in thread 8, and then... we won.

    At least it was a quest with a successful conclusion.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)09:34 No.14160164
    I liked how thorough and meticulous we were in everything we did.
    We did not send a single terminator for a mission, we sent a team. When attacking the base we did not expect one T-600 to deal with 100 humans, we sent 100 T-600 to deal with one human. Etc.

    I think that is the reason why Resistance lost. They weren't prepared for a fight against machines which knew what the fuck they were doing.
    I mean Skynet, her metal soul forever be blessed, was retarded.
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)09:44 No.14160219
    >I had a lot of fun, and enjoyed writing Kim Jong Il's batshit/scary video releases probably a lot more than I should, but ... fuck it, some of those were just too much fun.

    Fuck man
    You have no idea how freaking funny those were.
    I mean, I was participating during the quest and after the "100-traitor salute" update I had to go for groceries. I laughed all the way there and back thinking back to KJI-1000 and his antiques.

    It's a shame that there was suddenly such an influx of bloodthirsty anons, I would have wanted to drag this out as long as possible.
    And the end days would be WWIII, where entire world would fight against Best Korea. And LOSE.

    Hey, on another note.
    You finished one of the greatest quests on your Birthday. Congratulations!
    >> Anonymous 03/07/11(Mon)11:21 No.14160692
    You know, there never was a time-frame in this quest.
    How much time had passed since we had arrived here?

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