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    128 KB Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)13:35 No.14980736  
    The year was 1995, but no longer! Having regained her time-slowing powers, teenage mutant Aino Virta finds herself in the future year 2099, in a world where Four Freedoms Plaza is owned not by the Fantastic Four but by a megacorporation called Stark-Fujikawa! Wanted by agents of a rival megacorp, the for-profit police force known as the Public Eye, fifteen-year old Tachyon finds herself an uneasy employee of Stark-Fujikawa, promised shelter and security in return for the use of her mutant power!

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)13:37 No.14980748
    "And here is the virtual reality display. Your suite has over fifty thousand vids of all types, even ones from the 20th century," explains your guide, a translucent hologram that approximates the yellow-hued form of Tom Baker. "You know, I do have over four hundred appearances and personality profiles. Are you positive you want me to stay in this form, Miss Martha? I don't understand the appeal of it."

    In the hour since you were escorted to this luxurious sweet to "freshen up" you have seen wonders that your guide treats as commonplace, and despite the fact that the year 2099 seems to have sensors that can detect your power, biometric scanners on streetside computers that can instantly tell you're not in the system, and at least one cyborg deputy-slash-HR-guy, they still seem to believe the lie that you are Martha, a mutant "downtowner" - someone living off the grid in the lawless realm below the skyscrapers - and not a student born more than a hundred years ago!

    While your holographic manservant opens the mechanized wardrobe doors and shows you a choice selection of the year's best fashions, your attention is drawn to a beeping slot on the wall. "Your card has arrived, Miss Martha," the Doctor informs you, "although for security's sake most people have their credit ID implanted. Many places no longer have card readers, and even though your biometric signature is on file I would hate for you to find yourself inconvenienced."

    Picking up the flat gold card emblazoned with your picture to inspect it, a video screen flashes with the message INCOMING CALL FROM HIKARU-SAMA - and you recognize the name as the man you met only an hour ago, the man who introduced himself as the head of Stark-Fujikawa!

    "Shall I connect you to him, Miss Martha?" the Doctor asks you.

    What's the plan, Aino?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:40 No.14980782

    Uh, sure!

    I'm still confused as to why we're getting the red carpet treatment here.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:41 No.14980790
    Connect him, and also make a dip for information on the X-Men circa 1995 (focusing on auxillary and protege young teams) or Time Traveling Heroes or Villains in general who may still be out & about...perhaps the descendants of Dr. Richards. Have The Doctor cue this info up while we take our call.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:42 No.14980800
    grab a personal comp and load it with teck schematics from the last 104 years

    o and answer the phone
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:43 No.14980803
    because we have a potent power, I can only imagine the unsavory things that will be tasked of us...or maybe there is some lingering edict looking for our time lost ass left by Dr. Richards, the X-Men or otherwise that spread through the super hero community of yesteryear and remains in function with the current form of Stark's company today.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:45 No.14980822
    Take the call; we have to play the part of obedient employee for now.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:46 No.14980828
    WHOOP WHOOP, Time Dickery...though for our current situation we may need to familiarize ourselves with future tech to get home...

    Unless we can get help from certain Leifeld drawn possible son of Summers.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:46 No.14980834
    As a standing order we should downplay our abilities a bit. When the inevitable moment of betrayal comes it's good to have an ace in the hole.
    Answer, voice only.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:47 No.14980839
    Yes. For god's sake, yes. We have to play along for now, at least until we can worm our way into something time travel connected.(Or until the inevitable dog-kicking moment comes.)
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)13:47 No.14980845
    We answer the phone obviously. In the mean time we may as well look into technological/scientific/SCIENTIFIC advancements of 1996-2099 just like >>14980800 said.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:48 No.14980861
    rolled 55 = 55

    I say we hoard advanced future technology (like miniature sun powered plasma gun from other time-line) and theories to bring the back to past. TIME IRREGULARITIES BE DAMNED!
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)13:49 No.14980867
    But if one character is drawn by Liefeld then that means everything is drawn by him. Including Aino... NOPE!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:49 No.14980869
    Let's not a)be obvious b)piss in our "employer"'s cornflakes any more than we have to
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:49 No.14980871
    Can mutants have babies?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:49 No.14980873
    Whatever our next costume looks like, it needs a vest...or pouches full of emergency supplies. Time Travel is like that, you need places to put things, or carry useful things with you.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:51 No.14980886
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:52 No.14980898
    That's a sound idea, but let's downplay the superhero aspect so that it's easier to fit in with different timelines.
    Like a tactical version of a hunter's vest, heavy-duty fabric and lots of pockets.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)13:52 No.14980904

    "Ah, hello, Martha," Hikaru-Sama says, smiling broadly. "I trust you're finding your surroundings quite amiable?"

    As the conversation turns to your power, the CEO tells you "While it is true that many simple-minded people regard the recent outbreak of mutants as a sign of dire things to come, I and those like me believe that all beings have a place in our society, human, mutant, or otherwise."

    As he leans back in his chair and settles in comfortably he asks "Questions about the Heroic Age? I suppose as a mutant you'd naturally be curious about that time. Of course, we don't know much about it - so many records from that time are lost and incomplete. It's taken a long time to get where we are, considering how much was lost." As he says this, the Doctor fills the edges of the room with life-size holograms of Captain America and other costumed heroes battling strange and menacing beings, just out of Hikaru-Sama's view.

    "And that, my dear Martha, is where you interest me," he says, leaning into the screen. "Among that which was lost was the secret of temporal manipulation."

    What now?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:53 No.14980911
    Voice Only, and clothing montage of costumes of past Marvel Greats and weird cyberpunk outfits that would look perfect in Shadowrun.

    Also, pop-up screens of any info on the Exiles, what happened to us, Sam, Princess Clarissa, Megan and Rick the Dick.

    Also, check to see if there are any changes in the time stream from about the '60s and the first class of X-Men and us.

    Oh yeah, and see if Back to the Future 4 came out, and what happened to the Doctor after his ninth reincarnation.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:53 No.14980914
    Thank him and ask what we can do to help. Worst comes to the worst, we simply wreck the place on our way out if their possession of time travel would be problematic.

    In any event, we're not going anywhere unless we play along.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)13:55 No.14980926
    "It is not a secret, it's a gift. And sadly, it is something only I am capable of doing. In my timeline there were no machines that could duplicate my power. But then again I am not aware of technological advancements of today."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:56 No.14980930
    Ask him how he wishes us to help, on the Theoretical end, or on the Applied side of Temporal Mechanics, and that we feel confident that we can aid either endeavor.

    Play the grateful downtowner for now; we need his resources to build ourselves a time machine before we can afford to betray him.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:56 No.14980936
    rolled 1821 = 1821

    -"Um... hi Hikaru-sama! Are you reading me?"
    -Reading?... I always treat my guests to the utmost level of cordial attention, while respecting their privacy. I trust all is well?
    "- Um yeah pretty swell!"
    "- ...They sure have some interesting dialects downtown. The reason I called you is..."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:58 No.14980947

    "You want my assistance in research then? As a guinea pig? No...as much as it pains me to say, I believe my power and I may be far more useful in such an endeavor than simply laying on the table,"

    Type an inquest to The Doctor about current laws applying to extra dimensional or temporal travel.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)13:59 No.14980956
    Bad idea. They're holding all the cards, and guinea pig is the best way to get time travel working. Petty pride isn't worth it, and is counterproductive.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:00 No.14980960
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    I suggest that when we build us a time machine it should double as a power armor. God knows what perils we may face in the future... Or the past or whatever.
    Getting eaten by a T-Rex isn't in Aino's daily schedule I guess.
    This it STARK-Fujikawa we are talking about after all.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:00 No.14980966
    And this world seems a bit on the dystopian side. Better not let our guard down.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:01 No.14980972
    But if we're helping to build it and do the research, there can be information about it working that is only in our head...you know, so they can't do as much with it for a while after we're gone.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:02 No.14980975
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    >This it STARK-Fujikawa we are talking about after all.
    >This it
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:03 No.14980988
    I hate to break the news to you guys but I just realized something.
    Stark-Fujikawa employs some mutants, right?
    Now there must be at least one telepath/mind reader...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:05 No.14981001
    Computers. Equipment. We should work ourself into as much of the procedure as we can, the better to stop it from being misused if we have to.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:05 No.14981002

    This could be trouble with a capital T. Hmm....times like this make me wish we had more friends in the year 2099. And depending on how long we're here...we may have some...unless FF 2099 doesn't happen, but we don't know that anyway, The Prof controls the setting and canon. Aino is as far as she knows, on her own...

    wait...did Wolverine survive to 2099?
    Captcha: Toperan Science
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:12 No.14981053
    "Show me your Science." Lets go to the engineering and such and actually help their sciences.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:13 No.14981064
    We have to play along, for now at least. These guys haven't done anything particularly unpleasant yet, except exist in a dystopian US.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)14:16 No.14981075

    "Nothing like a test subject, I assure you, my dear. While our rivals at Alchemax may resort to such odious tactics, I promise that your powers will be used only at your choosing."

    As you hold up a pair of mirrorshades to accompany the glittering purple top and look at yourself in the 3-D display, Hikaru-Sama taps a small control panel on the arm of his chair and says "I can tell that you are still settling in. We can talk more as soon as you wish. Whenever you are ready to leave I'll have someone escort you to our research laboratory."

    Once the call ends and you begin pressing the Doctor for details, a startling picture emerges - one that your new employer only hinted at!

    "I'm terribly sorry, Miss Martha, but I just don't have any information about those people in my records," he says, snaking his holographic scarf out behind him. "Most of what we know of the Heroic Age comes from still images, and second-hand information. All we *do* know is that sometime around the beginning of the twenty-first century marked the end of the age, and after that most of the so-called superheroes disappeared from records."

    Despite having a catalog of knowledge concerning every bit of trivia one could hope for, the holographic Doctor has a maddeningly limited knowledge of the events surrounding your own time!

    "If you don't see anything you approve of in there," he says as you toss the purple top onto the closet floor, "this suite is equipped with a personal UMF fabricator, and your gold card status easily allows you to afford anything it makes."

    Anything else you'd like to do before you head out?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:18 No.14981089
    See what information he has on current events.

    Also, we're being monitored.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:19 No.14981097
    rolled 5475 = 5475

    You mentioned "mutants" before...what did you mean by that? /coypuzzlementface/
    - Why, individuals empowered with superhuman abilities such as yourself. Sometimes feared and shunned, regrettably. In the Heroic Age some humans gained access, if only temporary, to some of these powers through complex mechanisms. Our founder -Tony Stark- was one such person. If we were able to understand this Power of yours...
    -Then you could retrofit your suits to better combat it, or perhaps even integrate it to your powersuits giving your company a tremendous boost against their competitors! Question is; what would happen to me as soon as my "unique exotic flavor" is replicated through means mechanical? Would I be like the carcass of a lemon, bereft of all it's juice?
    -Never mind that. What would you have me do? stay in this golden cage as your top researchers analyse my body and genetic code, in the hopes of mastering this Gift? I'd like a bit of more...freedom, and have a plan which may fits both our needs. (cont.)
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:19 No.14981100
    "Do you guys have any portable computers in wrist band size? I tend to pace when I think."
    If we get a computer like that, we can download future SCIENCE! stuff in it and make notes.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:21 No.14981112
    Don't ask. We can guess, and if we have to ask, then we know the answer.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:27 No.14981153
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:31 No.14981176
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:31 No.14981179
    rolled 6104 = 6104

    - Your founder, Tony Stark, the Ironman(he could never cover his tracks well, even in our time!), did you know that he wasn't a mutant and his powers were granted by his mechanized powersuit? i'm not myself sure on the details, but it seems he integrated top military technology in a privately-owned project. I've been wondering, does Stark-Fuji still make some of these suits? I find the idea of a power suit, with a couple of energy repulsors, rocket boots, visual scanners, photosynthetic cells to slowly recharge, some small defensive systems, and optimized for travel inside Tychon fields - which seens you livefeed about me and my powers so your scientist have live data on this subject- to be a quite a promosing partnersip, don't you think? In return I'd like to keep this Powersuit and unlimited access to your data libraries, there's some...catching up that needs getting done. In the meantime, I could assist your private police in tackling down the worst threats, working as a freetime external "consultant". Are these terms acceptable?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:32 No.14981184
    Bad idea. We don't want to dictate terms to the boss. And all of this nonsense takes us away from the goal: time travel, development therof.

    Also, speaking in paragraphs. If it's not SCIENCE related, why?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:35 No.14981208
    Would that UMF have any advantages compared to our current costume? Or is this just a chance to get a custom uniform?

    I say we get a lab coatish blue and white UMF.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:36 No.14981215
    What if it's bugged?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)14:37 No.14981221

    "Current events it is, then," the Doctor says, waving a hand and bringing up a 3-D display of a man dressed in a red cape and a winged helmet. "A pair of Thorites were arrested in the bombing of a Docs in a Box clinic this morning. A group of them has gathered outside the Public Eye building where they are being held." Just as he finishes saying that the video cuts away, as a Public Eye with a truncheon brings it down on one of the men dressed in costume.

    "A prominent vidshow host has come out with a new theory that the resurgence of so-called "hero cults" is a reaction to the unreliability of high-quality synth-vids," he says, as the image changes. "I know you have shown an interest in a similar concept."

    Waving him off, you inquire about a better arrangement of clothing - something he is only too happy to provide!

    "Here are the pouches you requested - they attach to your UMF suit like this," he says, demonstrating on himself with a holographic bandolier of stiff utility pouches. "I've also ordered you a wrist computer like you asked for - that would be it now!" he says, as the delivery slot on the wall chimes pleasantly.

    As you leave the suite, swathed in pouches and high-tech equipment, a tall, broad-shouldered man in a Stark-Fujikawa jacket and boots stands waiting in the hallway. "I'll take you up to the lab where the boss is," he says, smiling down at you. "Shock me, you're just a kid!" he says, getting a better look at you. "Must be someone pretty important to rate this treatment!"

    Gonna go with him up to the lab?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:37 No.14981234
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    Surely with enough inspection we can find any possible bugs.
    And besides, I doubt that we aren't allready bugged to hell.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:37 No.14981236
    We keep our old one and use our SCIENCE skills to, uh, unbug it.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)14:39 No.14981255
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    >Would that UMF have any advantages compared to our current costume? Or is this just a chance to get a custom uniform?

    Your UMF suit is definitely outdated here. If people want to come to a decision on this, let's put it to a vote!

    Roll a d100 and choose whether you get a whole new UMF suit along with the pouches and computer, or stick with your 1995 version. To roll, put noko dice 1d100 in the email field. Highest of three rolls decides!
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:40 No.14981262
    "You could say that. Let's go."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:40 No.14981265
    It referring to the new suit.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:40 No.14981266
    Yes. The sooner we start, the sooner we can get to brass tacks and perhaps influence the development of the technology towards our own ends...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:41 No.14981269
    Yep! But search for any hackers with Princess or Penguin motifs and any hero cults around Tesla, Tachyon, Control or Dragonfly. Also, any future X-Men.

    And just set the computer up to back up as much future-science as possible as we walk.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:41 No.14981275
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    rolled 32 = 32

    New hotness instead of old and busted.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:42 No.14981283
    rolled 28 = 28

    Something old beats something new, borrowed, and blue.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:42 No.14981287
    rolled 68 = 68

    New UMF (in blue and white), but still keeping our old one.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:43 No.14981290
    Go up to the lab.
    "Yeah, I get that reaction a lot. But hey, a girl's gotta work if she wants to make something of herself, right?"
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:43 No.14981300
    You are taking this whole employment deal a bit too seriously...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:43 No.14981304
    rolled 33 = 33

    "Not really. Let's get started."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:44 No.14981316
    rolled 28 = 28

    New Suit!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:46 No.14981337
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    rolled 56 = 56

    Put new suit on, keep old one, make a replica of the old one using current technology and unlock Alternate Costume#1:Penguin! Keep other suits folded up in a sportbag, take sportbag.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:47 No.14981343
    rolled 50 = 50

    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)14:51 No.14981407
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    I guess we are allready a scientist so why not be an eccentric one?

    However I'm still down with white and blue UMF and wrist computer.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)14:53 No.14981420
    I'm all for the penguin suit instead.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:00 No.14981501
    rolled 9 = 9


    A suit with a penguin-themed coloring - yes
    AN ACTUAL penguin suit - hell no

    Also, vaoting against suit.
    Do you want our ENTIRE body be under surveillance ALL THE TIME??
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:01 No.14981519
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    You made that sound quite exhibitionistic to me.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:02 No.14981533
    Honestly though, we're going to have to get a new suit to avoid rousing suspicion. We can always take it back off if we want to go "off the grid".

    Also, Penguin themed suit. Black arms and back, grey front? Yes.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:04 No.14981555
    Maybe they have pet penguin in the future... if we could only get our hand on one.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:05 No.14981572
    rolled 38 = 38

    Well ... maybe Aino gets off the fact that someone somewhere is voyeuring her but I don't want her to be surveyed like that...

    actually. Hell, I bet they have surveillance bugs on everything we get from the, starting with ID card to clothes.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)15:06 No.14981584
    >a bunch of posts and rolls

    "Ah, Martha, you look wonderfully refreshed," Hikaru-Sama says, greeting you as the thick rounded doors to the laboratory slide open and you enter, clad in your blue and white UMF suit and its accompanying pouches. Your escort leaves you and disappears behind the closing doors as a pair of technicians in shiny reflective labcoats approach the CEO. "These are our techs, Julian and Turnbull. They'd like to get started with some simple calibrations."

    "How do you do, miss," one of the techs says, greeting you in a friendly manner. "I understand you have a sort of control over the hypothetical tachyon field. Let's-"

    "-Oh, my," he says a moment later, as the device in his hand registers an asynchronicity, the result of your first demonstration! "Perhaps we ought to move on to more complex matters."

    Despite your young age and presence in a future some hundred-odd years ahead of your own time, it seems that your limited understanding of the timestream puts you roughly on par with these experts! Over the next few panels you introduce what you can remember from your extra-credit work and your meeting with Reed Richards, supplying just enough to keep them interested in you!

    "A powered exoskeleton, you say?" Turnbull asks, as you describe a hypothetical method of manipulating the tachyon field around you to deliver a hypersonic blow. "It's possible - we could modify one of our light mining powersuits to simulate the same frequency that you create..."

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:07 No.14981593
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)15:08 No.14981610

    "My dear Martha, you take far too little of what I say as the truth!" Hikaru-Sama tells you, spreading his arms magnanimously as you lay your arm in the open half-shell of a piece of powered mining armor while Julian reconfigures its impulse emitter. Beside you, Turnbull operates a device suspended from the ceiling by a thin rod and a series of coiled cables, while the CEO continues.

    "As a rising star in this company, your future is assured as long as you remain loyal to us. If everything you say comes true, then you will be at the vanguard of our temporal agents, and everything you wish will be given to you, least of all black-card status!"

    "OK, we're ready to test it out," Julian says, as the chestplate of the armored suit closes over your torso. "Let's give this baby a whirl!"

    Time to see how much you paid attention, mutie! Roll a d100 to see how well this works - highest of three rolls decides!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:11 No.14981633
    rolled 21 = 21


    If we ever get back to our own time, I'd like to go along with it. That would be glorious. Aino disappearing into time chasm, and immediately something else pops up, a humanoid power-suit like Iron Man and beats them the hell up!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:11 No.14981637
    rolled 69 = 69

    Alright, here goes.
    For SCIENCE!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:11 No.14981642
    Lets go home. I do -not- trust these guys at all.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:11 No.14981644
    rolled 96 = 96

    Let's rock!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:11 No.14981648
    rolled 44 = 44

    Come on, momma needs to jump into the timestream again by accident and fun afoul abraham lincoln.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:12 No.14981654
    rolled 31 = 31

    I wasn't rolling in >>14981633 if that is not obvious.

    Now I am.

    Ask them to stay back. This can be dangerous and backfires sometimes
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:12 No.14981659
    How do you propose to do that?

    We can only stop time in a localised field. We've NEVER been able to create a temporal rift on our own. We've always depended on an outside device.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:13 No.14981666
    rolled 22 = 22

    For SCIENCE!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:13 No.14981671
    SCIENCE!!!! If we jump again, we should shout this, the same way fake Zuko shouts Honor when he dies in the Ember Island Players rendition of "The Boy in the Iceberg"
    >> Magus O'Grady 05/19/11(Thu)15:13 No.14981672
    rolled 18 = 18

    Well, we built a Tachyon Harmonizer with Doctor Richards less than a day ago, from our perspective (130~ years ago fro theirs). That's how we got here. So, we should start on trying to recreate that. But see if we can take their mining suit and slim it down, integrate it with our new UMF suit. Original generation (FF) UMF suits could alter their size, shape, texture, and color at will. See if we can incorporate mutliple appearances into our UMF suit (Clothes that can change your look at will? If they don't have it now, Stark/Fuji should be drooling at the thought of dominating the fashion world with them).
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)15:14 No.14981679
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    >mfw 96 powered armor
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:14 No.14981686
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    Deus ex machina.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:15 No.14981698
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    You mean 96 right?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:15 No.14981702
    Hey, SCIENCE seems to be our real power. Sure time stopping is all well and fun, but SCIENCE, Science can do everything.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:15 No.14981704
    rolled 9 = 9



    Lets have as much fun as we can.

    Aino should be NERDGASMING every second at all this SCIENCE! and advanced tech.
    Shit, the trek back home might have taken lower priority now.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:16 No.14981705
    Bo. Yah.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:16 No.14981716
    Whoops, misread ya there Prof. I thought you wrote 94.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:16 No.14981721
    If there weren't Sentinels, quite possibly. And if she hadn't gotten off to a rocky start.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:17 No.14981737
    True, but lets face it. Quick time hop adventures make the world go round...and bad things can happen if we stick around in this era, well...no more bad than normal.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:18 No.14981746
    The -hell- it has. We gotta show Megan and Clarissa this lovely Science! That, and this place has such dark and dismal nature and SCIENCE makes everything better!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:21 No.14981792
    rolled 32 = 32


    If we manage to go back accurately, from the perspective of our original time-stream we might have been gone only for few minutes if not seconds.
    So, I don't see why Aino has to hurry. Besides, to bring back the SCIENCE! of this time, she has to learn it first.
    >> Magus O'Grady 05/19/11(Thu)15:22 No.14981807
    rolled 12 = 12

    Also: Before we do anything, download copies of every Encylopedia, history book, and technical manual we can onto our wrist-comp for later review. Never know what we'll need to reference on the fly.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:23 No.14981811
    Because we have time, but not infinite time. We still have to graduate, remember?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:24 No.14981823
    After we leave, we should totally pull a bit of time dickery, if able. In the way of the Back to the Future Western Union Message to our esteemed patron, thanking him for helping us get back to our own time, I would include the temporal science strides I made...but perhaps they were lost for a reason and should stay such. I will confer with your company's founder in my present, and he may have a letter left for you as well on the subject.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:25 No.14981834
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    "Allright guys! We have to get those lousy Sentinels taken care of. BUT WE NEED TO HURRY! Because the prom is due TOMORROW!!!"
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:25 No.14981838
    rolled 5 = 5

    Well, I am not saying we should stay here for decades.
    But we shouldn't hurry too much, especially since we do not know how we could go back. Our best bet is to work with these guys on theoretical and practical aspects of Temporal Physics and have some side-project on our own to get back home.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:27 No.14981854
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    Spent the last half an hour making this alternate Dr. Tychon suit. Good for the power armor though. Fan art, except for the Art part.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:29 No.14981884
    rolled 16 = 16

    Dem goggles. But why does she have a storm bolter?

    And subtly encourage them to focus on time travel related aspects. Say...portals?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:30 No.14981892
    Some how I can't imagine her without speaking in ridiculous german accent.

    Also, Prof, did /co/mrades ever draw us a new and improved Aino?
    >> Magus O'Grady 05/19/11(Thu)15:31 No.14981903
    rolled 76 = 76

    It's too bad we didn't have time to stop by a Chase Manhattan branch back in the 1960's. Drop fifteen bucks in a savings account and wait. Not a lot of cash, but you get the idea. 15 dollars, 1.25% interest/year, 1965-1995 = $12116.9. Course, the IRS may be curious as to why taxes weren't paid on it for 30 years.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:31 No.14981908
    rolled 88 = 88

    Rule of cool. Is the name alright?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:35 No.14981950
    Wait...that was 1965...wasn't it...but everyone was so young...and we re-....uh oh...I think Aino may believe she was from an alternate dimension for that encounter...or she may have just tripped over discovering Marvel's sliding timescale.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:38 No.14981989
    rolled 5 = 5

    With a great risk to my well-being, I made a thread on /co/
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)15:39 No.14981990

    You remember when you first came to the United States you saw Iron Man on television, and while the powered armor you wear doesn't look exactly like his, the resemblance is uncanny enough to make you smile. Instead of his red-and-gold design, yours is mostly grey, but with enough symmetrical patches of blue and white to match your new UMF suit underneath. Despite its strength and weight the armor is surprisingly light, thanks to the powered servos, and thanks to its ability to vary its fitting it quickly draws itself up snugly around you!

    "The suit has a strength of roughly one hundred times normal human strength, good for lifting heavy rocks after collapses as well as general toil, but the controls are delicate enough to pick up eggs without cracking them," the tech explains.

    As you walk around the room, several inches taller but thanks to its amazing internal controls no more awkwardly than you would be in a set of street clothes, Julian taps the clipboard-like computer slate in his hands with a stylus and says "Tachyon field seems to be perfectly in sync with your own. Everything is working very well so far."

    "Now, this is a simple steel block," Turnbull says, lowering a thick metal slab into the lab to rest on a reinforced table. "Let's see what you can do with it. Stand back, please," he says to Hikaru-Sama, putting a pair of safety goggles over his eyes.

    With a deep breath you raise one servo-driven fist and clench the blue-and-white metallic fingers together, drawing it up in front of your face and sighting beyond it to the metal block. As your consciousness expands to an awareness of the timestream around you, the armored fist plunges forward, drawn out of the bubble of realtime surrounding you just as you press the tachyon field inward, driving it forward at nearly impossible speeds!

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)15:41 No.14982007


    The metal brick shatters into several huge pieces, while part of it is propelled through the wall of the lab and into the conference room four doors down!

    "Holy Thor, those walls are supposed to be unbr-"

    "Unbreakable, yes," Hikaru-Sama finishes the tech's thought. "It would appear that this is not the case as far as our young protege is concerned. Tell me, dear Martha, why don't you take a break and relax? You've earned the rest of the night off."

    The ball's in your court, mutie! What'll you do now?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)15:42 No.14982023

    Looks canon enough for me!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:42 No.14982027
    rolled 67 = 67

    Can we stay please? We won't touch anything...

    Playing the fool is probably useless at this point, but meh.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:43 No.14982034
    rolled 87 = 87

    >"Holy Thor, those walls are supposed to be unbr-"

    Hey, these guys worship Thor.
    Maybe they aren't that bad after all? (aw, who am I kidding, I bet they are just the same as all megacorporations)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:45 No.14982055
    Do some research. Superheroes may be hard to research but civilian identities may have left a paper trail. Research Xaviers School for gifted Youngsters. Also, toy with the theoretics of using my powers to rub tachyons together within my field to cause a time equivalent to static build up and see if I can frtiz a small rift and close it again.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:45 No.14982056
    rolled 7 = 7

    "Nah. I'm good. May I look into your schematics and theories thus far on the whole temporal manipulation project?"
    We help the techs out a bit but if we manage to think of a breakthrough we keep it to ourselves.
    We will use those insights when the time is right. Get it? Time. He he he. *sigh*
    Also, rolling for SCIENCE!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:45 No.14982058
    rolled 60 = 60

    Rather than playing childish, we could offer our help in theoretical field. Helping around with some readings and giving our own insights.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:46 No.14982066
    rolled 97 = 97

    Probably better this way, anyway.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:46 No.14982075
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    "So, about that Plasma Railgun..."
    Other than that, catch up on the current economical global situation, who are the top dogs, what are the common threats, investigate if this 'Cult of Thor' is of the Racial Supremacist type, check top Superheroes' Organizations, etc. After that(IF we haven't fell sleep, do we like coffee?) try to postulate the conditions that sent us through time both in the Mansion and the Baxter building in the 60s, use SCIENCE! to try and recreate the conditions. Otherwise act as their BlackKnight enforcer.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:47 No.14982085
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    >60 and 97 on SCIENCE!
    >My face.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:50 No.14982107
    "I will Hikaru-Sama, but...but I'm sorry, No one should control the time stream. I'm going home." All this after a lovely full page spread of our inner turmoil about staying and helping, or leaving to find our friends. Then, warp out with the Rockhopper's upgraded temporal systems to get back home.

    If we -can't- warp back home, just say no and tinker and practice and lament missing Sam and Megan and Clarissa.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:52 No.14982138
    rolled 52 = 52

    What? No, we can't go back yet. We haven't created a portal yet...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:53 No.14982148
    No, no. We can still work. Our practical Applied Temporal Mechanics might be fine, but we really need to brush up on our Theoretical Temporal Mechanics.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:54 No.14982151
    The suit doesn't do that? Good good, what have we been spending all this time on?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:55 No.14982159
    rolled 28 = 28

    Power armour that can hit things, evidently.

    Another vote for working on temporal manipulation.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:55 No.14982163
    Where the Hell did you get that idea?
    This test of the suit was specifically about being able to use the static tachyon field to manipulate kinetic energy.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:55 No.14982164
    rolled 83 = 83

    Fuck no.

    We are not going to stereotypically sob around and be depressed. Aino is a woman of SCIENCE!, other than that she has strong character. Being flung around timestreams shouldn't get her down, in fact she should make the best out of this situation.
    And if you are worrying about the tech we are sharing ... well, she has scientifically progressed mind enough to be morally ambiguous ... at least a little
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)15:56 No.14982175
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    Hey. Hey guys. Really. Guys. Listen. What if. Guys. What if we make portals. Right? And then. Really. Listen. And then we manipulate time through them?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:57 No.14982185
    rolled 81 = 81

    Aino is stubborn to a fault. More likely, she'd throw herself into the work until too physically exhausted to continue.

    As for morals, well...we could break it on the way out if needed...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:58 No.14982191
    rolled 84 = 84

    She is not a woman, she's a teenager! Save the no-nonsense Tactical Genious for the future...er....alternate DyasofMutantsPast Dr.Tychon. Alternatively, have the Dr.Tychon persona develop as a way to detach herself from this grimdark reality, ala Tony stark and Iron man or Bruce Wayne and Batman.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:59 No.14982198
    It's more how the future looks like murder and grimdark, and we almost one hundred years away from out best friends.

    And these people want to have Time Cops, and I don't know if that will ever work out.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:59 No.14982203
    rolled 23 = 23

    She's not no nonsense, she just can't accept that there are things she can't do. This is the same Aino who pushed herself to collapse...twice over training and jumped into a portal because it seemed like the best idea at the time.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)15:59 No.14982210
    considering our ability to seemingly break the unbreakable
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:00 No.14982215
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    This will totally not backfire on us at all.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:01 No.14982219
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    I guess we can beat the unbeatable as well?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:03 No.14982228
    rolled 62 = 62

    And that doesn't preclude her from having feelings, loving Penguins and daydreaming with McCoy(which is stupid, MAG-FREAKING-NETO is the one whom should have us pinned!) as per >>14982164 pretends. She likely rolled high CHA and INT but took a dump on WIS. Also, Dr.Tychon's theme: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reYzFpeHE_Q&feature=fvst
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:03 No.14982232
    rolled 12 = 12

    She might be a teenager in all other aspects but when it comes to SCIENCE! she is woman through and through
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:03 No.14982234
    kicking reason to the curb and doing the impossible, that is the Dai Penguin way.
    >> Magus O'Grady 05/19/11(Thu)16:04 No.14982246
    rolled 32 = 32

    weapon tech is nice and all, but we need to work on the theoreticals more. Start trying to integrate a Tachyon Harmonizer, like the one 1965 Reed used on us into the armor.

    And try to slim down the armor, make it less conspicuous. A UMF covering to make it look like a jacket or long coat?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:04 No.14982249
    >a bunch of posts

    "Hmm, a hard-worker. I am glad you came to us, Martha," Hikaru-Sama says as you take over one of the large holographic writing boards - still clad in the armored mining suit - and begin prompting it to display what their computer banks have recorded about temporal physics. "I understand your reservations about this being used for 'time-traveling'," he continues, emphasizing the phrase, "and I share your concern."

    "I have an important meeting in the morning, so I must depart, but I leave you to your own devices. Anything you wish will be provided for you, within reason, of course," Hikaru-Sama says, taking his leave. "Goodnight, Martha."

    Between your wrist-mounted computer and the intuitive interface you are able to give the scientists some ideas, but no more... breakthroughs - at least for the time being.

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:05 No.14982251
    rolled 23 = 23


    Also, SCIENCE?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:05 No.14982253

    " *Yawn* I'm beat!" Julian says, several hours later as they finish recording a full series of your tachyon field control. With the suit amplifying your own abilities you find you can hold back the timestream with less effort than it normally takes!

    "Huh, Thor? Sure, I can tell you about him. He's the god of thunder. He was the strongest of the superheroes back in the Heroic Age, and when he returns it'll usher in the new golden age."

    "You don't really believe any of that junk, do you?" Turnbull says, disengaging a heads-up display panel from in front of his face and turning to look at the two of you.

    "Well, not the magic parts, but they really did exist!" Julian proclaims.

    "Keep talking like that and your career's gonna end up the same place Thor did," Turnbull says dryly as he stands up and stretches. "Oh, shock, we've been here so late I missed the fight tonight!," he says, glancing at a screen. "I heard they got a mutroid from Hellrock to fight their house contender!"

    "Yeah, Martha, time to call it a night," Julian agrees. "We can pick up here in the morning."

    As the two of them shrug off their reflective labcoats and exit, you see your escort from hours earlier standing outside the door!

    "Ready to go back home, miss?" he asks. "Oh, uh, I don't think you're allowed to leave the lab with that on," he says, noticing your power armor.

    What do?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:06 No.14982255
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    >My animated face when people keep spelling Tychon instead of Tachyon.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:07 No.14982260
    rolled 17 = 17


    Well, that was an honest mistake. Maybe we'll have better luck tomorrow?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:07 No.14982265
    Wait, are you saying that our ARMOR needs ARMOR? SURE!
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:08 No.14982276
    "Could you take me somewhere? I need to check something..."
    Head towards the old location of Xavier Institute and see what is there...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:09 No.14982278
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    Form the Lavterian Association for the Appreciation of Victor von Doom!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:09 No.14982282
    Take off the armor. Without improvements, it's far too conspicuous for our purposes.
    Besides, it doesn't have the right Penguin color scheme.

    "Oh, right, sorry about that. I forgot I was wearing it."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:12 No.14982304
    rolled 16 = 16

    We have ID now. A GOLDEN ID nonetheless (I think that means we are higher than normal)

    Maybe we should get around the city. Go to the site where ProfX Masion was.
    And generally get our bearings. We can request a car and escort.

    Ah, and put the suit back
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:13 No.14982312

    Suit probably has escape failsafes...we should leave it in the lab for now.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:13 No.14982319
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    Take off armor, get to reading!
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:14 No.14982326
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    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:18 No.14982353
    Hey, we could use the lab for analyzing the UMF suit. Search for tracking devices and such.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:21 No.14982385
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    rolled 51 = 51

    This is a dystopian Police State IN THE FUTURE, They have cameras EVERYWHERE! Better not to think about really.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:22 No.14982397
    We know our yellow suit is clean. Let's keep it on us as often as possible.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:25 No.14982420
    >Part of your comment isn't allowed to be posted

    Just a minute, please.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:25 No.14982424
    rolled 95 = 95

    The cameras in our equipment have CAMERAS.

    Nowhere is safe!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:26 No.14982429
    rolled 92 = 92

    Ah, that shit is so annoying.
    And no one tells what exactly is not allowed.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:26 No.14982430

    "Up for a night drive, huh? Well, they're paying me double for overtime, and orders are to give you anything you want. Sure, kid, let's go."

    As the mining suit folds itself off of you and retracts into a nearly unrecognizable shape you step out of it and leave the empty lab behind.

    Your tall, imposing escort strides down the hall with you, flashing his badge to the security guards at the three doorways you pass through, before waving it to a robotic attendant in the 30th-story motorpool. A moment later a mechanical valet emerges from the driver's seat of a hovering vehicle and your escort beckons you to climb in.

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:28 No.14982444
    rolled 20 = 20

    If they do have cameras everywhere(very probable given how easily they spotted us), and we take the old suit FOR NO REASON WHATSOEVER(Even more, going to our apartment, changing suits and going out again) this could be seen as a sing of distrust. Nothing terribad but could probably affect the information they give us.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:28 No.14982452

    "You ever rode in a Whisper 3000, kid?" he asks, a mere second before the car launches forward into the open sky at several hundred miles per hour!

    As you pass over the glittering skyscrapers and masses of glowing neon trails from countless flying vehicles and other strange wonders below, your escort looks over and says "I'm Karl, by the way."

    "Never heard of it," he remarks when you tell him the name of the Xavier School, "but if it's where you say it is we can be there in five min-"

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:30 No.14982464
    "Karl? I'm Martha. Can you tell me about yourself please?"
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:33 No.14982481
    His words are interrupted as he puts one hand up to the earpiece he wears, then nods slightly and turns back to look at you.

    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:36 No.14982498
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    (I give up, I'm just posting the text as an image)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:36 No.14982499
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    rolled 89 = 89

    small close-up panel, where a concerned Aino mentally muses:
    "oh god please don't let it be Karl Ford"
    Gotta show respect for the classics, right?
    not a fan of Iron Maiden though.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:37 No.14982503
    Smile and nod, but this is telling.

    "Okay, I guess. Can we talk?"
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:37 No.14982504
    Good God, that was the most annoying thing I've ever had to deal with on this board. I have noooooo idea why Karl's line is somehow banned text, but whatever.

    So if it's hard to follow, here is the entirety of my last post:

    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:39 No.14982515
    We should probably just roll with it. At least we know they don't want us leaving the city, for whatever reason. Also, talk to Karl some more, try to make a friend.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:40 No.14982528
    Ok, why the heck was that not being allowed?

    Oh well.

    Why can't we we go there? Ask him, hopeful, if we can just go and look? And why the higher ups are so concerned about us?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:46 No.14982581
    And if that doesn't work, time freeze him, quickly drive the car there, check, and then drive back.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:46 No.14982592

    "Who, me? I'm just a regular guy," Karl says, settling back into his seat as he pilots the flying vehicle back toward the glowing towers of New York City. "Went to a regular school, fought in the Pollution Wars, worked for Green Globe for a while after that on account of my service."

    "Hmm?" he asks, when you inquire about it. "Oh, probably a few years before your time, huh, kid? I'm not surprised you don't know anything about it - they never teach you kids anything useful in school nowadays. The Pollution Wars were fought between the old governments that used to control everything, and the corporations that wanted to stand up to them and stop them from ruining the planet. Back before New York was owned by Alchemax it was owned by one of those governments. Same with Transverse City, Las Vegas, pretty much everywhere else."

    "Sorry, kid - er, Martha," he says, shaking his head. "If I took you outside of the city they'd take my card away, and I'd be on the next boat to Hellrock!"

    As he swings the aircar around and the imposing Four Freedoms building looms into view, he says "If you need anything else, though, you just let me know, OK?"

    What's the plan now?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:47 No.14982605
    rolled 69 = 69

    I don't believe that was part of the deal was it? We should bring that up with someone.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:48 No.14982609
    Shrug and roll with it. We don't want to piss off the management yet, not when we don't even have the beginnings of a Temporal Harmonizer ready.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:49 No.14982625
    "Could you drop me back to the lab then? I need to check out the latest scientific theories."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:51 No.14982647
    Research time. And while we're at it, start to prepare for The Great Escape, bit by bit. We need something throwable to use as a weapon.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:51 No.14982653
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    rolled 5 = 5

    Hey, know a good place to unwind? Gotta kick back a few, relax. It's been a rough day. Preferably a place with music like this, if it still exists: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eV8JlNdcOEs
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:52 No.14982659
    Don't forget scanning the armor for failsafe measurements planted by Stark-Fujikawa.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:52 No.14982665
    Ask Karl if there's a good place to eat, we're no doubt hungry and this will better our relationship with Karl.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:52 No.14982668
    rolled 96 = 96

    "Can we talk again sometime? It was nice to meet you."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:53 No.14982674
    Hey, didn't Iron Man have rocket boots? How about some flight tests?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:54 No.14982680
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    I say we look into the political situation in Latveria, see if there is a current Doom, as Dr. Doom has a time machine, and can get us back to our own time. Well, in theory anyway.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:54 No.14982685
    Let's make him the guy who betrays his employer to help us.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)16:56 No.14982711

    "Nothin' I can do about it," Karl says, shrugging his broad shoulders under his Stark-Fujikawa jacket. "Gotta take that up with the boss, I guess."

    "Sure thing," he agrees, taking you back to the lab where you left everything before. "I've got to stop by the commissary and get some nico-sim - you might still be wide-awake, but I'm about dead! I'll be back in a few minutes."

    As Karl waves and leaves the room, the doors close behind him, leaving you alone with the glowing display boards, the imposing computer terminals, and the empty mining suit.

    After a few minutes with no company, you realize that Karl is taking longer to return than he said he would...

    What's the plan, mutie? If you're going to try and SCIENCE your way out of this, you better roll a d100 to make some headway!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:57 No.14982721
    rolled 22 = 22

    "so how was the life before pollution wars?"
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)16:57 No.14982724
    rolled 8 = 8

    Doom is a mass-murdering monster who we know through headlines and hushed rumour. Not someone we'd want to ask for help, or know is still alive.

    Let's just make a friend. Friends aren't used and discarded like tissues, yeah?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)16:59 No.14982748
    rolled 20 = 20

    Rolling for removing failsafes from armor without alerting higher ups and doing some SCIENCE so that we can get back to our time at some point.
    And ofcouse we suck in as much as new theories as we can.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:00 No.14982757
    rolled 29 = 29

    Get into the armor. Also, rolling for SCIENCE.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:00 No.14982762
    rolled 86 = 86

    Check the doors.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:01 No.14982771
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    rolled 42 = 42

    Calling it now, the plan to "h4x the suit's Overrides in THEIR OWN GODDAMN LABORATORY for which we likely have no clearance and doubly so is heavily guarded and constantly monitored" is herp derp. We gotta play it safe now, get to know Karl or go to read are more realistic option at this time. For maximum lulz let's go to X-Statix cafe and order a Cap'&Cheese quarter-pound with a U-go shake.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:01 No.14982780
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    >Finally a high roll.
    >"Check the doors."
    >My face.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:03 No.14982791
    rolled 40 = 40

    Dont try to get back just yet.
    Just make some safe progress towards finding out hoe to get back. No need to tamper with equipment which we do not uderstand.

    If anyone asks, we say that we are doing some late-night work
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:04 No.14982795
    If it's locked, then we know exactly where we stand.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:04 No.14982796
    It's just that my spider-sense is tingling.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:04 No.14982798
    rolled 40 = 40

    DAMN TOO LATE! CURSE YOU GOOP! rollan' for science, come up with a new breakthrough to justify our presence here.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:04 No.14982805
    Steal Suit. Steal Time Machine, Fix World.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:05 No.14982811
    It's just that you could have rolled for SCIENCE and other cool stuff.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:05 No.14982819
    rolled 98 = 98

    and dice roll
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:08 No.14982846
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:08 No.14982853
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    Oh god... But you are late...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:09 No.14982854
    Holy shit.

    Okay, we're abruptly betraying the corporation. Huh. I guess it's not stealing unless we take the suit outside...
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:11 No.14982881
    Do nothing and/or wait.
    Maybe search for a place to rest and eat. They're bound to have those around here.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:12 No.14982900
    rolled 71 = 71

    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:13 No.14982911

    With the ghost of an idea in your head, you climb into the modified mining suit and seal its form-fitting metallic plates over you, feeling its energy signature attuned to your own, and begin creating a small bubble of slowed time, using one of the detection instruments you saw Julian using before. Once it springs into existence you expand it to surround yourself, giving you a moment to try and examine the powered suit you wear. Despite a keen mind for some scientific pursuits, you quickly realize you're out of your league trying to do more than operate this impressive apparatus, and dejectedly let your field drop back to realtime and turn your attention to reconstructing the device you helped Reed Richards create - a device of which the construction was largely Richards' doing.

    As you struggle through the unfamiliar steps that lie beyond your limited grasp of temporal physics, you realize just how long Karl has been gone, and your mind - worried by all the strange and terrifying things you've seen and times you've been since you woke up - begins to imagine menace beyond the door! Quickly, aided by the suit's amazing strength, you leap toward the door and jab the button to open it -

    - And surprise Karl into almost dropping the tray of steaming soup bowls he's carrying!

    "Oh, shock, you scared the life out of me!" he says as he re-balances the tray and pushes past you to set it down on an empty lab table. "Sorry I took so long, I bumped into a guy I used to be on the day shift with. Say, what's all this, anyway?" he asks, pointing between the mining suit and the glowing boards. "Are you from some genius creche or something?"

    What now?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:13 No.14982915
    rolled 41 = 41

    Voting against betraying, stealing or opening another time rift.

    We can learn SO much here
    Especiallu we should learn about the devices which can help with our power, like that suit for example
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:15 No.14982928
    rolled 76 = 76

    "Or something." Smile, try and change the subject, and apologize for making him jump.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:16 No.14982940
    rolled 62 = 62

    - Something like that. A freelancer if you will. /copypasta freshprince for maximum lulz/
    -So, I heard some people worship Thor from the Heroic age, you got a favorite or something?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:18 No.14982959
    rolled 58 = 58

    tell him you became worried about him
    yes, living as a desolate mutie scum made you paranoid, so werent taking any chances.

    I want to ask him about stuff, history, general knowledge.
    How the life was before pollution wars and how it is now. About yhe laws and rights

    If he asks why we are so ignorant, we can always refer to our awful past as a homeless mutie living in the slums
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:19 No.14982969
    rolled 26 = 26

    "Oh! I'm sorry. I just got a bit paranoid there. I have been having some hectic days lately... Hey, could you help me out? I could use a hand here. All you need to do is do as I say with those switches and calibrators. You can leave that food waiting on that shelf over there."
    Proceed to do science for analysing tachyons and SCIENCE in general.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:20 No.14982983
    Let's not talk down to him.
    >> Magus O'Grady 05/19/11(Thu)17:20 No.14982984
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    rolled 48 = 48

    I still say we need to modify the armor to look a bit less conspicuous. Retracting sleeves and coat, maybe? Pic is very poorly done concept for final version.

    "I'm a little... Unique. Let's leave it at that. But, I've got a lot of ideas, and I don't have time to waste, no pun intended."
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:20 No.14982985
    Do what >>14982928 said, and comment on how we keep forgetting we have the suit on.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:20 No.14982991
    rolled 88 = 88

    Curses, if we're not that good SCIENCE with Karl. I want out of this place. We're in a cage, and we're helping people screw about with time travel - what destroyed the evil Dr Richards in the first place.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:20 No.14982992
    Give a technobabble excuse and chitchat with Karl.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:22 No.14983009
    rolled 91 = 91

    It's this or live in the future while our friends die in the past. SCIENCE it is.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:23 No.14983019
    Ah, it didn't mean it that way. Sorry.
    Looks good. That would be really awesome.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:28 No.14983063
    You were late and I got worried. :(
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:28 No.14983069
    I wouldn't necessarily say that Richards was evil. He could truly be doing the right thing.

    In our eyes we don't know if he was evil either. We just know he attacked us.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:31 No.14983101
    Something which we're still bitter over, and don't really understand. Or want to. It doesn't matter why or how he did it, all that matters is that there is a Sentinel problem back home.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:32 No.14983113
    rolled 1 = 1

    We should also get modified UMF suit which can hel with our tachyon manipulation
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:32 No.14983115
    There is a difference with people who are evil and those who are broken.
    What would you do if your loved ones die for uncountable times in front of your eyes and everything you cherish is burned in atomic fire?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:34 No.14983137
    Sentinels weren't his doing. They killed him remember?
    Hell, it could have been Stark-Fujikawa for all we know,
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:34 No.14983138
    Obviously he acts for the greater good, he's Mr. Fantastic.
    The question, then, is whether he acted for the greater good in the best possible way.
    Whatever he was trying to stop, couldn't be done through just talking - if Mr. Fantastic deemed it necessary to attack us to stop it, it was necessary.

    From this, we conclude that there's something we WON'T be able to be talked out of, that WILL result in the timeline getting fucked.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:34 No.14983142
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    "It used to be pretty bad," Karl says, spooning up the last of his soup as the two of you sit watching the readout on the screen. "Right before the Pollution Wars there was garbage and nuclear waste everywhere. Then the corporations took over, and got it all cleaned up. Now everything's starting to get clean again, and pollution is a thing of the past."

    "Oh, I'm not a Thorite," he says, watching you as you get back to work. "Then again, some downtowners worship the whole lot of them. Captain Avenger, the Human Submarine, Spider-Guy, you name it. I think most of the stuff they say about those people was just rumors, anyway. The people in that time were probably too primitive to know any better."

    As the two of you talk, you notice one screen seemingly switch off - but as you turn your attention to it you notice that it still reads something:


    "Are you done with your sou-" Karl begins, before your suit moves forward, oblivious to your command, and strikes him in the back of the head, knocking him to the floor in an unmoving heap!

    As the suit pivots around, dragging you helplessly within its unyielding grip, a distorted face wavers and flickers, patch by patch, into view on one of the screens. Held prisoner in the powerful mining suit, you can only stare at its looming coalescing shape!

    At first it looks almost human, but then it resolves itself into the visage of something both more and much less than human - something you've seen and feared before!

    A Sentinel!

    (cont. on next page)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:36 No.14983158
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:38 No.14983178
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    "GREETINGS, TACHYON," the harsh computerized voice addresses you, as you are held helpless in the power armor's grip with the unconscious Karl lying at your feet!



    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:39 No.14983190
    Well fuck.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:40 No.14983201
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    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:41 No.14983211
    rolled 47 = 47

    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:41 No.14983221
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    Time grid Time grid Time grid Time grid

    (Speed up time in a Grid pattern on the molecular scale, to disrupt the chemical bonds between atoms, and make shit fall apart)
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:43 No.14983234

    Also, this means at least one universe has ceased to exist. So much for 1963.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:44 No.14983254
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    Holy Blackbirds, what a rotten situation our mutie protagonist has found herself in! What can cruel fate have in store for young Aino Virta? Only time will tell!

    Let's open up the Mutie Mailbag and get to those letters from our outstandingly obliging readers!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:46 No.14983270
    Dear X,

    Aw shit.

    Sincerely, a concerned reader.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:46 No.14983275
    Can we have an open casket funeral, Prof?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:48 No.14983300
    Oh Cock.

    Well, we need to reason with Master Mold and convince him we are the last, best hope for the past, present and future.
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:49 No.14983310
    Aino has all the time in the world to escape unharmed. All the time in the world...
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:49 No.14983317
    >Dear X,

    Aw shoot.

    >Sincerely, a concerned reader.

    Short and to the point, just how we like 'em! Too bad our editor says we should only print the longest letters to fill more space for free!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:49 No.14983318
    Dear Professor!

    I heard Spiderman 2099 is being quite famous lately. is he gonna show up to help our the fine young mutant?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:50 No.14983320
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    rolled 37 = 37

    Jaw-dropping edition as always. One question comes to mind: if Mastermold erases Aino, would that instamagically fix up every time stream or is he just dooming all multiverses to slow deterioration by eliminating the only player who could clean up the acts she has...will....have being done....in the future? Also, which new time tense did you guys develop to wrap around these time shenanigans? Finally, this arc just screams Dr. Strange, I wonder why he hasn't made an appearance yet?
    Your faithful reader:
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:50 No.14983321
    Dear X

    Will Aino have to fix the time rifts which plague the multidimension before going back home? Because this is how it seems to be.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:50 No.14983325
    >Can we have an open casket funeral, Prof?

    You know what they say, reader! "Live fast, die young, leave a corpse 104 years in the future!"
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:50 No.14983326
    Dear I seen all I have it's about damm time we got to good fight sence, looking forward to seeing our little kicking some sentinel ass!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:53 No.14983365
    Poor choice of words. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgndOK2zuY0

    We're rash, but not the sort to jump to violence. Especially now with a new friend's life at stake.
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:54 No.14983367
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    Let us not fall to despair my brothers!
    When will the next issue be released?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)17:55 No.14983377
    >Dear Professor!

    >I heard Spiderman 2099 is being quite famous lately. is he gonna show up to help our the fine young mutant?

    An interesting inquiry! We've already seen Venture pop up, so who's to say we won't see more merry Marvel 2099 faces!
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)17:56 No.14983387
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    I think there are no moral problems with fighting a bunch of machines for saving the lives of all that we love and everything we hold dear.
    Time to try out the gird attack on the next issue, eh?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)17:59 No.14983410
    First, talk and get the thing to let Karl go.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)18:00 No.14983431
    >Oh Penguins.

    >Well, we need to reason with Master Mold and convince him we are the last, best hope for the past, present and future.

    That might take some doing, but Aino has already shown herself to be a leader of mutants - perhaps she can inspire this computerized czar to send her on her merry way! Keep reading!
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)18:01 No.14983434
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    Do you honestly think that you can negotiate with those tin cans?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:02 No.14983442
    rolled 76 = 76

    Pally's are LG,
    SCIENCE! is Neutral Evil.
    So what aligment is Aino?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)18:03 No.14983449
    I think we allready agreed that she is NG.
    And in my opinion, SCIENCE is NC in it's most basic form. It's just that NE guys tend to utilize it more than others.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)18:03 No.14983450
    >Jaw-dropping edition as always. One question comes to mind: if Mastermold erases Aino, would that instamagically fix up every time stream or is he just dooming all multiverses to slow deterioration by eliminating the only player who could clean up the acts she has...will....have being done....in the future? Also, which new time tense did you guys develop to wrap around these time shenanigans? Finally, this arc just screams Dr. Strange, I wonder why he hasn't made an appearance yet?
    >Your faithful reader:

    This time-travel stuff is a nightmare to keep plotted out! We had it all laid out on the floor, but then the janitor thought it was litter and vacuumed the whole thing up! Since then we've been relying on memory and the oracular visions of our copy editor to see us through! As for what this means for the Marvel Multiverse, not even we can tell you!

    And how many doctors do you think we can afford to feature in this mag?
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:03 No.14983452
    Chaotic Science
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)18:04 No.14983463
    >Dear X

    >Will Aino have to fix the time rifts which plague the multidimension before going back home? Because this is how it seems to be.

    SOMEONE better do it, or there won't be a home to go back to!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:08 No.14983492
    maybe the armor mat leblanc had in lost in space. hit a button and it folds out looking ALPHA AS FUCK NOW COME AT ME BRO.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)18:13 No.14983530
    By the way, Mags, how did you make that awesome image?
    >> Time variant no.56 !g.pXLshLpc 05/19/11(Thu)18:14 No.14983538
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    Here is how I see Aino being Neutral Good.
    >> Magus O'Grady 05/19/11(Thu)18:15 No.14983545
    rolled 4 = 4

    HeroMachine 3. Google works well in finding it. Basi flash program. Select parts, apply to image, color or re-arrange.
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)18:19 No.14983571

    Oh, look at that! Didn't know there was something better than 2.5!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:25 No.14983622
    rolled 62 = 62

    Dear Proffessor,

    When is the next issue?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)18:27 No.14983646
    >Dear Proffessor,

    >When is the next issue?

    The earliest you can expect the thrilling conclusion of TIMELOST is Monday - for up-to-date information you can check the official Mutant Quest Status Page:

    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:30 No.14983673
    rolled 7 = 7

    Oh, we have Quest Status page?
    I did not know you possessed sucb technology!

    -amazed fan
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:37 No.14983733
    wait a second, past richards said that the disruption affecting us was anchored in another time, and other richards came from some future when he zaped us with the light..

    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)18:38 No.14983744
    It's amazing what they can do with computers and internets these days, isn't it?
    >> Professor X !Wz87.gYWh. 05/19/11(Thu)19:02 No.14983955
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    This concludes our fantastic 14th issue! Tune in next time for


    part 3!
    >> Anonymous 05/19/11(Thu)19:37 No.14984273
    i think this works better as ainos theme: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuAGGZNfUkU&feature=related

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