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    141 KB gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)02:16 No.14772442  
    Your name is "Gneutered." You are a gnoll, a former arena slave, and a current gladiatrix manager.

    Previously: You bought and managed three slaves, quite successfully.

    Less previously: You were offered an easy win by Marianus, the bureaucrat who runs the arena. It was a deathmatch. He was eager to pass it off on someone, which made you suspicious, and you turned it down.

    For shits, you coached her from the sidelines, and she walked out of the arena alive -- unlike her opponent.

    Even less previously: The scrub who was sent to the arena with no chance of winning was no ordinary scrub, but an aristocrat whose husband, for some combination of personal, business, and political reasons, managed to legally have her sold into slavery, where a proxy sends her to fights to the death she has no chance of winning. Her family is paying you a great deal of money to keep her alive.

    Least previously: You bought a new slave to put into the arena against Volcatia, the aristocrat. Her name is Eunice. Neither she nor anyone knows exacly what you are planning yet.

    Your options (as you previously have weighed them) are sending her into the arena and intentionally getting her killed, sending her into the arena to subdue Volcatia without killing her (losing any prize money you would have earned, as well as looking bad in the eyes of arena management), or buying the most morally bankrupt slave you can and sending her to the arena under one of the previous plans.

    Slicks is signed up to go against the fighter who took her out in the free for all and has been given the nickname "Dragonslayer" by her owner.. Septimia and Antonina are taking on two no-names. This is decided, and your training plan is fairly standard by now. Your main task is to figure out exactly how to handle the whole "deathmatch" thing.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)02:17 No.14772461
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    Current inventory:
    -72 SP
    -tail knife
    -weighted chain
    -heavy shield
    -club x3
    -buckler x3
    -spear x3
    -armor x4
    -Human Slave (Septimia) - convict, upper-tier novice (shown on left)
    -Lizardfolk Slave (SSssS/"Slicks") - sold into slavery, upper-tier novice
    -Human Slave (Antonina) - convict, middle-tier novice (shown on right)
    -Human Slave (Eunice) - scrub
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)02:19 No.14772478
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    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)02:21 No.14772499
    E-mail in field for mailing list signups.

    Thread 1: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/14630047/
    Thread 2: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/14641861/
    Thread 3: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/14712324/
    Thread 4: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/14721967/
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:22 No.14772510
    Will unable to play right now... if it is up later i will try to join. ;_;
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:25 No.14772540
    Gladiatrix Quest, now with more posting.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:42 No.14772735
    Guess I was wrong.
    >> Also this is Gladiatrix Manager Quest 5 gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)02:46 No.14772760
    I did spread about two posts worth of information over about ten posts. Without actually titling the thread successfully. Oops.

    People should show up from the mailing list eventually. With that in mind, not making any more bumps unless they contain something useful.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:48 No.14772776
    Hm. I think we need to consider that if we keep feeding slaves into the grinder against Volcatia, not only will we lose face in the arena, but also our own gladiatrices may come to lose morale and/or respect for us. That's bad, so I absolutely say we should never have our slave take a fall to her death against Volcatia.

    I say we either subdue Volcatia without killing her, or abandon the plan altogether.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:53 No.14772813
    Has anyone thought about the price of purchasing Volcatia for ourselves?
    >> Dogstar !!sKGW1u0HNtI 05/01/11(Sun)02:54 No.14772820
    Whoops, this is me. Lemme tripfag it up..
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)02:58 No.14772843
    >whose husband, for some combination of personal, business, and political reasons, managed to legally have her sold into slavery, where a proxy sends her to fights to the death she has no chance of winning.
    >whose husband, for some combination of personal, business, and political reasons, managed to legally have her sold into slavery, where a proxy sends her to fights to the death she has no chance of winning.
    >where a proxy sends her to fights to the death she has no chance of winning.
    >a proxy [of the husband]

    The answer is probably no.

    You were considering a public attempt to buy her to make her owner look like a weirdo when he turns you down, though. This would probably be something you do later, after the fights.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:58 No.14772845
    Yeah, My thing ended way early. I can join in on the fun!
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)02:58 No.14772848
    Impossible. Her owner is a proxy for her husband. He is sending her to deathmatch after deathmatch in order for her to get killed off.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:01 No.14772875
    I say we train our scrub in the art of nonlethal takedowns. Not only will it be good for this situation, but she can be an asset for group melees in the future.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:01 No.14772878
    I thought that is what the plan was. We try to subdue Volcatia with our Scrub. Why are we not doing the death match fight or at least the doing fights with our other girls, no one to coach? We had the whole plan worked out for if we won or lost.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)03:04 No.14772899
    All of your slaves are signed up for fights, and the current plan is to have Eunice fight Volcatia (either dying or subduing her). However, in the last thread, in the time it took me to post that, a ton of arguing over whether that was a good idea happened, so this is your one chance to make a new plan.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:10 No.14772930
    If we pulled out Eunice, who would Volcatia fight?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:12 No.14772943
    Well in that case, stick with the plan. I was the one that suggested the thing in the first place... I should really look into getting a name-tag...

    This does not mean I will be close minded to any other plans if they are well thought out and not just some lol randumb. Please tell me what the logic of your plan is and how we can earn something from it.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)03:13 No.14772949
    A last minute replacement, most likely.

    You could pull her out, buy a new slave, make her change her name to Eunice, and show up the day of, provided that the new slave didn't have an arena record. It's too late to put in one of your more experienced slaves, though.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:25 No.14773017
    I guess we are waiting on you to go with the original plan, gmq.

    Should we use IRC I wonder, this seems like it is to quiet than it really is.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)03:26 No.14773021
    You decide to keep your original slaves on their standard program, and train Eunice in nonlethal techniques, with the hope that she can pull off a win. Of course, really, anything that happens is a win for you, on average.

    Antonina and Slicks adjust to their new equipment quickly, and overall your first three slaves are doing very well.

    Eunice? Well, she certainly makes you appreciate how far your original three have come. Still, she manages to memorize all of the basics you drill into her, and guard against simple attacks.

    Too soon, game day arrives.

    Antonina will be using her heavy shield (and by extension, club, as it is the only other one handed weapon), and Slicks will be using her tail knife and weighted chain, leaving one hand free for a club or buckler. Septimia can use any equipment you want. You have enough armor for all four fighters, so this isn't an issue.

    Also, you have 72 SP to bet.

    Bets/equipment? Other actions?
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)03:28 No.14773027
    >Should we use IRC I wonder
    I'm not opposed, provided that votes and discussion summary go in the thread. I hate insular wanky quests.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:37 No.14773080
    I would be up to providing transcript for the thread.
    Go with Light Armor for Septima, she needs to have freedom of movement so she can pull off her elbow drop without crushing herself in her own suit. I would also say she have a club, and a spear with a buckler. She will be told to drop the spear if her opponent gets to close to use it well and switch to club.

    Go the same level of armor for our Scrub, and give her a net and a club. Tell her to stick to non-killing blows and try to disarm Volcatia.

    Bets are as Follows:
    10sp on Septimia and Antonina.
    Our Standard 5sp on Slicks.
    5sp on Volcatia for the Death-match.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)03:41 No.14773115
    >5sp on Volcatia for the Death-match.
    Betting against your own slaves is a really good way to get investigated by the arena, and potentially fined and banned from betting. The arena makes most of its money from gambling, and it needs to look legitimate -- that means a zero tolerance policy on the perceived throwing of fights.

    Other than that, doable. Barring any new votes, that's the setup.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:43 No.14773123
    If they're gonna investigate us for doing it, then there's no point in doing it, is there. Don't bet on the deathmatch
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:45 No.14773132
    I see, I was just hedging our bets even more. No bet on her then. We still asking to buy her before the fight, right?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:47 No.14773137
    Sorry to interrupt you guy's game, but has anyone seen the new Doodlequest thread yet?
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)03:47 No.14773145
    >We still asking to buy her before the fight, right?
    It would have to be after, (since she's scheduled to fight against you) but yes.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)03:54 No.14773184
    So we are all in agreement then. No bets on the Death Match. If we bet 5 for our scrub we can look more legit. It will lower our profit overall, but it would help keep our rep.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)04:02 No.14773223
    The crowd is a lot larger than usual today, and a lot more excitable. Oh, that's right, Local Champion Atifa the Ravager is going up against... some traveling foreigner in another gimmick fight. But this time somebody is dying. Funny how from your perspective, the big news manages to slip into the background.

    Oh well, a bigger crowd is a bigger crowd.

    First up: Septimia and Antonina's match.

    Their opponents are worryingly competent, at least in their initial appearance on the opposite end of the arena. One, armed with a short sword and net, moves forward. The second, armed with a spear, seems to be equally willing to circle around for a flank attack, or a coordinated attack with her partner.

    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:08 No.14773251
    Pick a partner and switch if you start getting overwhelmed, you are good enough to handle a one on one fight. Divide this team and you will win!
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:13 No.14773274
    Keep an eye on that net if you don't want to end up on the end of that spear like a dead boar.
    Have Antonia distract the spear user. while Sept circles and grapples him then switch to the net user.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)04:17 No.14773295
    These are basically opposites, so I need a tie breaker.

    Also, was someone going to make an IRC room?
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:20 No.14773314
    Really. They seem to be the same, he just wants to split the fight later.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)04:22 No.14773322
    Valid point. Rolling.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 05/01/11(Sun)04:23 No.14773327
    It's up, yo, sorry for the wait.

    I say gang up on the spear, beat her down. If possible, use her weapon to deflect/disarm the netter.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:24 No.14773333
    #GladiatrixManager for IRC. It is made.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)04:40 No.14773440
    Your team pretends to go for the unified attack, but splits up at the last second, each fighter choosing a different target.

    Septimia charges, staying on the opposite side of her opponent's net, and attacks, but is parried. Her opponent counterattacks fiercely, and at the last second Septimia sends the woman's sword strike onto her arm guard, where it glances off harmlessly.

    Antonina fares little better -- she does get a shield push in, knocking her opponent off balance.

    Of course, this is far from a complete failure. Your team has successfully negated their opponents advantages.

    Antonina shoves her opponent back once again winding up with her club in the process, then finishing the swing as her opponent stumbles backward, unable to defend herself. For a moment, everything lines up perfectly, and Antonina scores a powerful blow to the head that sends her opponent to the ground, going limp before she even finishes falling over.

    Septimia, who is by now standing on her opponent's net, follows up with a quick series of blows, one of them jarring her opponent's arm and forcing her to drop her sword, another knocking her to the ground, and... there's the elbow drop again. She's been waiting for a chance to use that one.

    The crowd, which is notorious for hating close, conservatively played fights, loves it.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:44 No.14773458
    Yes! Thats the way it is done!

    If you do not have an irc client go to irchighway[dot]net and use the free web version they offer. The Chanel name is #GladiatrixManager
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)04:45 No.14773463

    Your large stable seems to make up a very high percentage of the fights. Slicks is next, already backstage at her entrance to keep the down time between fights low. As the medics drag out the fighter Antonina clobbered, Slicks and her opponent, who you recognize from the free for all, enter the arena.

    Slicks is impressive as hell. She is dangerous from all directions, and wielding ridiculous custom equipment. Dragonslayer is using the tried and true buckler and club combination.

    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:50 No.14773498
    Use your club and shield to keep her attention high, then when she's focused up top sweep her legs with your tail.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:50 No.14773502
    Show her true terror. Throw her off guard with that hissing trick from a few fights ago. Show her how a Dragon fights in a one on one fight.

    Fight by aiming for disarming her and making her scramble for her weapon each time, go for humiliation by dragging the fight out.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)04:51 No.14773504
    I don't think we'll need any specific commands for this. Slicks will be pumped up to take this broad down. Maybe a "TIME TO GET YOUR REVENGE" shout.
    >> Indonesian Gentleman 05/01/11(Sun)05:08 No.14773599
    buckler and club, eh? Well we need to do several hit and run attacks to make her guard drop/fatigue her, and then we aim for the weak spots.
    So, the yell would be, "USE YOUR SPEED! BEAT HER FAST AND HARD!"
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)05:11 No.14773611
    You shout out the name of one of the standard attacking strategies that you go over on a daily basis -- on that involves a series of feints to draw the opponent's defenses away.

    Slicks needs little encouragement. She opens with a barrage of light attacks, throwing in a few swings at the legs to keep her true purpose hidden. She unhinges her jaw and lunges at her opponent, causing her to jump back. Next, the big fakeout -- a wide swing at her opponents head. Finally, the trick -- instead of stopping herself to recover, she lets her momentum carry her in a circle, whipping her tail knife along Dragonslayers unguarded legs. The fighter staggers back, shocked, and a second later a red gash appears, drawing one line across both of her thighs.

    Time for Slicks to fuck around. Dragonslayer's club is the first to go, knocked to the ground with a shield bash. Next, her club, dropped involuntarily when Slicks' claws caught her. Along the way, some more scratches and bruises.

    The fight ends with Dragonslayer trapped against the wall, her entire neck in Slicks' mouth. She squeals in terror, then goes limp, admitting defeat in the most visible way possible.

    Your fish are getting a bit too big for this particular pond, it seems.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:18 No.14773636
    Time for Antonina's fight. I am excite!
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)05:19 No.14773643
    There's just one more fight -- the traditional free-for-all. In your professional opinion, you got robbed. Slicks should have been scheduled after it, not before. Judging by the crowd's reaction, they agree.

    You reassure Eunice that her opponent is a helpless baby, without implying that she can relax. You also remind her that she is explicitly forbidden from killing her, which seems to help even more.

    Sure enough, Volcatia enters the arena holding her sword and buckler out far in front of her; a sure sign of a nervous, unskilled fighter. Eunice, to her credit, has at least remembered where her feet go.

    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)05:20 No.14773650
    >There's just one more fight before Eunice is up
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:25 No.14773673
    stay quiet for this fight, no need to let the trainer running the noblewoman to know who trained the opponent just yet.

    5 on our gladiator though (we usually bet, not doing so would be suspicious)

    again, offer to buy the noblewoman for a pretty good price (not too high though) ater the fight.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:26 No.14773679
    Disregard the derp.

    Use your net to get her sword tangled up, go for the legs but make sure you do not kill her. Once she is down, let the crowd know that the Arena is not the place for Death, but a place where noble fights are won and lost. Do this during the fight, it is imperative.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:29 No.14773694
    Yes to the bet, no to the staying quite. I want her to give a speech about how fights are to be held in the arena.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:32 No.14773706

    I agree, anything to smooth over our reputation over a loss of fight or of prize money.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:33 No.14773714
    When we have subdued Vol and make the public offer to buy Vol for a generous price, maybe we should act insulted when the proxy owner inevtiably turns down our offer. Say things like "that was a generous price for your slave" and "is a my money not good enough." You know, raise a stink over it.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)05:37 No.14773736
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:39 No.14773745
    When we do, point out the fact of how it is against the tradition of the arena for low level fighters going into death matches. Point that out as to why we kept Vol alive and that he should learn how to really run a team.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:47 No.14773779
    i think we have a plan for what to do about the girls' free time where they have nothing to do. Buy them equipment for painting or something like that. Art is a very good way to relax and might not be to expensive.

    As for getting more money while waiting on fights, why not let one or two of our girls get a job working construction. Slicks and Septima are very well trained and could do for some toughing up while we train Antonina and Eunice if she lives. A week before the fights we could get our girls back and have them train and rest. I will assume we could fit training in after work too if they do get a job.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)05:49 No.14773791
    A few seconds into the fight, you quickly abandon any ideas about advanced strategies.


    This goes on for a minute as the fighters make nervous swings at each other, unwilling to get in range. You groan, silently and also taking up no time, because there is yelling to do.

    Finally, you get Eunice to fully comprehend that she can attack with her net while staying out of sword range. After a few swings, she gets lucky, attacking as Volcatia swings and tangling up her sword arm. Volcatia attempts to counter, but can't get free. Obviously distressed, she starts trying to pull away.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:51 No.14773804
    If we're going to raise any sort of public stink, it should be on the grounds that Volc's owner insults us as a former gladiator due to his ineptness at providing this honored establishment with a -warrior- to die boldly. Instead after having the slave for -over a month-, he continues to send an untrained child onto the sands.

    Try to turn the crowd against the owner for insulting them.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:52 No.14773812
    Tackle her!
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:53 No.14773816

    Don't want to risk falling on the sword.

    Sweep kick her.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)05:55 No.14773825
    No, use your club, that is what it is made for, to break bone, give a tap to the knees and let her go if she can not fight any longer. DO NOT KILL HER!
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)06:02 No.14773862
    That's a three way tie, someone change their vote please. Or someone else can vote.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:05 No.14773875
    Alright, Leg sweep is fine, but no tackling, you remember the last time. I think she might be very good close up. Her trainer would most likely have her work on what helped her win last time, Grappling.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:10 No.14773909
    The Crowd hates long drawn out fights like this. Use this as a speaking point for stopping death matches with pups. It makes them unable/unwilling to go all out like other fights.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)06:20 No.14773982
    Eunice goes for the trip, with intense encouragement. Volcatia is knocked to the ground.

    Eunice flails at her enthusiastically, and eventually enough hits go through to keep her opponent down.

    Of course, Volcatia thinks she's about to be killed, so a beating that would normally subdue her just makes her thrash around more desperately, causing Eunice to hand out more bonkings. Eventually, Volcatia stays down. That's the end of that.

    Of course, the crowd and the arena expect more, and when they realize they aren't getting it, the boos start pouring in.

    You speak. You talk about honor, history, and how some rich idiot slumming in their one entertainment outlet is taking a giant steaming dump on both.

    They mostly ignore you, but a few audience members are together enough to know that what they just saw was a complete joke. The trainers are particularly receptive, in fact, though many still look at you with disappointment or contempt.

    Eunice is led out of the arena. Some people throw things. She's mostly happy to not be dead, injured, or a killer, but she's still stressed to the point of not really being functional.

    Once your affairs are in order -- girls checked, winnings collected (18 back on Septimia and Antonina, 6 back on Slicks, who was apparently favored to win, and none back on Eunice, who apparently failed to meet the by-the-book definition of winner), you confront Volcatia's owner.

    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:25 No.14774020

    Query: What is the general stance on challenging someone to a duel over matters of honor?
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)06:27 No.14774036
    That concept doesn't really exist as an aristocratic thing. You'd essentially be threatening to punch the guy because he spilled a drink on you in a bar.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:29 No.14774045
    >implying that isn't why the good bar brawls start
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:32 No.14774069
    While they are getting Vol loaded up to be healed, intersept the Noble Rat and offer publicly to buy the slave at a good price of 50sp(this should be way beyond what she would normally be worth, 35sp I would think, but within our budget) and train her to be a real fighter and get her into real arena matches, not death matches where these pups have no way to really grow. We must sight his inexperience and bring into question his practice of sending his fighter in to so clearly die. Ask if he bet on his fighter to win or not.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:39 No.14774099
    >Train her to be a real fighter

    Or we could just hand her over to her father. For the record: the proxy owner will never sell her. She is being sent into deathmatches to die.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:41 No.14774112
    The proxy owner might never sell her, but we might be able to argue our way into having him lease her training out to us. I mean, he's just using a slave trainer at the moment, and it's not terribly unlikely that she'd eventually die anyway.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:42 No.14774115
    You do know that is the plan. We are just using that wording as a way to back him into a corner in terms of options on how to reply. Social engineering, you understand. The back and forth in the battle of wit and subterfuge.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)06:48 No.14774151
    "My slave amuses me and continues to do so, much more than your money. Oh yes, I forget, this is your job, isn't it, not your entertainment."

    This does not escape the notice of the other trainers.

    "Besides, I have full confidence in my slave."

    He is startled by the idea of betting on the fights, and doesn't quite know how to react. Instead, he has a couple of servants load up his belongings, and exits.

    Could be worse.

    And with that, end of part 5.
    >> gmq !!pyb5WSpixjT 05/01/11(Sun)06:55 No.14774201
    Reposting e-mail. Also, >>14773458 is the IRC which may stay up forever.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)06:57 No.14774215
    Ok, lets start getting this ball rolling. I say we bring the trainers that are around us to Boycott this Hobby'est that is ruining our livelihood. I am sure we will have the support of the trainer that lost a fighter to this Noble Rat's 'entertainment'. even if we did help coach her, there where enough people yelling he might no connect us to that event. We did make up for it by showing them we care about the sanctity of the Arena. After that, go and collect our winnings and reward for keeping the daughter alive another month.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)07:13 No.14774316
    Once we are done working the crowd and seeing if we can get them to agree on not fighting him. when we collect our reward from the parents let them know what our plan is and that we might need help in brining the Noble Rat to such a point where he has to sell Volcatia. They have something we do not, and that is station. we are working hard to ruin him from our end, but there is only so much we can do.

    Lets work on getting our girls something to do in their free time. I say we start getting the supplies and such to allow them to take up Art as a hobby, they have been asking for things to do and art is a very relaxing and mentally stimulating thing to do. If they get good enough they could take it up as a job if they earn their freedom.

    For a second source, lets lend the girls out to do construction. Say for one week. We have on month before each fight, so I think we can deal with two weeks of good training time and the work might toughen them up, letting them hit harder and take a blow better.

    During drill training, we can teach the girls some rudimentary Gnoll so that we can give them simple orders and also confuse our opposition. Give a set of orders in common then Gnoll in such a way to take advantage of the trainer might make their fighter do.
    >> Anonymous 05/01/11(Sun)07:25 No.14774358
    Second source of income*

    Anyone else have any ideas on how to get Volcatia back to her parents. Or do we want to try and milk them dry. I have been thinking about dragging this out as long as we can on purpose to get the most reward money, but it can only last so long before they stop paying us. Even when then handed us a large bag of money in the first place the longer they wait, the less we might get each time. That is why I say we should get them more involved and ask them to put some pressure on the Noble Rat so that he has to sell Volcatia to us. I am just putting that out there as an option to drag it out, not that I am in favor of it.

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