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    15 KB Shadow of the Bat I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)18:45 No.16509669  
    It didn't use to be like this. I used to make money hand over fist. Me and the guys, we'd knock over a jewelry store here, rob a money car there. Good times, even if the boss was a psychopath.

    But that's all over now. The Penguin's locked up in Arkham, and the boys have mostly scattered. But not me. I'm still here, kicking around Gotham. I'll tell you one thing - you get a taste of the easy money, you never want to go straight again.

    'Course, the one who caught the Penguin is still around, too. Still out there, in the shadows. The Bat.

    >One pistol, cheap
    >One domino mask, black
    >One flophouse, seedy

    What's the plan, 4chan? We'll hammer out some rules once we get a little consensus.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)18:47 No.16509680
    We break into a scientist's lab to get some fancy new super-science widget-gizmo-whatsit to replace our pistol. Which is certain to go horribly wrong and give us superpowers.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)18:48 No.16509690
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)18:48 No.16509691

    Any more takers? Or ideas?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)18:49 No.16509698
    stop this petty life of crime and turn to good
    you can't beat the bat
    he is always watching
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)18:51 No.16509720
    >I'll tell you one thing - you get a taste of the easy money, you never want to go straight again
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)18:55 No.16509739
    I like the breaking into someone's lab idea. Any idea of what it might be, though? Strength, speed, elemental powers, etc.?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)18:55 No.16509749
    oh my shit, I'm so in for this quest.

    Please please, do not give up on it.

    First order of business, do we have any connections? Especially the villainous kind.

    Medium term goal needs to be releasing the villains from Arkham.

    Preserving our anonymity is of the utmost importance. As long as we're dumb muscle to the Batman, the worst we'll receive is a beating.

    What if that's who we are?

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)18:58 No.16509762
    I like this idea. Maybe we end up with cloning powers and can duplicate ourselves into a single-man mook crowd, with no other superpowers?
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:03 No.16509802
    I look at my heater, and it's a shoddy thing indeed. A small hunk of blue-gray metal that feels so light in my hand. Against an old lady with a purse, maybe, but hell if it won't jam just when I need it. What I'd give for an electrified umbrella right now... As my head turns from the grimy window to the newspaper on the floor, I catch sight of the headline.

    Above a photograph of a white-haired man with soda-bottle glasses toting a long glass-studded doohickey the words read SCIENTIST DEVELOPS NEW ENERGY SOURCE.

    The phone sits right where I left it, on the cheap plywood nightstand next to me. I know Larry's still in town, and Roy-boy too. Hell, might be worth a shot!

    >Time to get down to brass tacks, boys! Roll a d100 to see how well you do at getting a crew together. Two rolls, that's all you get.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:06 No.16509828
    rolled 70 = 70

    my curiosity is peaked.....
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:09 No.16509854

    >waiting on one more roll
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:11 No.16509881
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    rolled 68 = 68

    guess ill roll again. Also, can Roy-Boy work at a gun shop? pic-related
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:11 No.16509886
    Let's get the gang back together. Call em up.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:12 No.16509900
    rolled 71 = 71

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:14 No.16509920
    rolled 91 = 91

    After we pull a crew together, we gotta hit something. Can't run a gang on empty pockets.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:15 No.16509926
    for the dice, is higher better or worse?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:16 No.16509939
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    Let's slang rocks, Eazy style.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:17 No.16509951
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:18 No.16509966

    "Dooley's Tavern," the voice on the other end growls.

    "Yeah, is Wanda there?" I ask. A moment goes by, then I hear Larry's voice on the phone. "Hey, pal, I got an idea..." A few moments later, I'm on the phone with the neighborhood pawn and gun store.

    "Right," Roy-boy says. "See you tonight."

    "And bring some friends, if you've got any," I joke, and he laughs.

    "All right, I'll see what I can do."

    As I hang up the phone I bend over, making the springs squeak as I pick the newspaper up off the dirty wooden floor.

    "Professor Aston Deward has developed a technology that he claims draws energy from henceforth undetected dimensions, wholly similar to our own. While this may sound like something out of a science-fiction novel, the public demonstration tomorrow night will, in Professor Deward's own words, "put to rest any nay-sayers."

    >Two hours before you meet Larry and Roy-boy in the park, fella. Any other business before you head over?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:20 No.16509992
    Can we be classy for this? How about a little shoplifting a suit or something so we can be flashy for a little heist?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:21 No.16509996
    oh shit, were gonna end up on a different earth by the end of this.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:21 No.16509999
    As I said earlier: let's push dope
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:21 No.16510002
    Make sure to NOT look stylish. Stylish guys are supervillains. We're just a normal Crook.

    Secure some non-lethal weaponry, maybe? Killing people might bring undesired attention to us.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:22 No.16510010
    rolled 32 = 32

    Fudged my roll. Also, quads.
    Hoody, trackies, nikes.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:23 No.16510025
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    Straight up, let's put some work in!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:24 No.16510037
    How much money do we have right now? Might want to buy some equipment or hire some thugs just incase we run into Bat or any other crime fighters.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:26 No.16510067
    Got to get some background information- read that article carefully, and see if it mentions where the scientist works. Then we can look up where that place is, so that we're not working totally aimlessly here. Actually pulling something at the demonstration would be way too high-profile; we want to move on this tonight, and hopefully catch the scientist alone at his lab.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:28 No.16510084
    I skim the rest of the article and flip the page absentmindedly, and in front of my eyes is a picture of a dapper-looking fellow in a three-piece suit. A glance at the address tells me it's near Century Park...

    As I ponder the merit of dressing for success, yelling from the crackheads in the alley outside my window gets my attention. For a moment I consider how easy it would be to push that junk, but even a guy like me has standards.

    Dressed to the nines, or dressed to look like Joe Citizen? Decisions, decisions...

    >Roll a d100 with your choice, suit or sweats. First vote for each is the one that counts.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:30 No.16510100
    rolled 99 = 99

    Sweats, we're not the type of goof to dress up for a robbery
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:30 No.16510107
    rolled 19 = 19

    The usual clothes will look less conspicuous if we have to make a getaway.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:32 No.16510121
    :D Hah, beat that, you fancy dressers
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:33 No.16510128
    Let's get hired as glaziers by Wayne Enterprises. For some reason they always seem to be the ones who replace the windows in places that the Batman busts into, so maybe we can look for clues about him while on the job.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:34 No.16510143
    Don't be such a busta and push some fucking Dope.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:35 No.16510161
    Say no to dope. We're not that kind of crook
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:36 No.16510173

    What is "dope"?
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:37 No.16510198
    Nah, I think to myself as I toss the paper back onto the floor and stand up. I've never been the type to hog the limelight. I pull on a hooded jacket, pocket the mask and gun, and check myself in the cracked and spotted mirror. Not bad, not bad. Could hardly pick myself out of a lineup.

    I pull out my wallet and open it up, but the only thing that pops out is an expired coupon.

    Richard A. Watkins Research Center... I think I was there on a field trip when I was a kid. Uptown, not the place I usually hang out. It's in a secluded enough place, though.

    I head out the door to meet they guys.

    >Anything else you want to do, roll a d100 and state it. Five minutes to decide.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:37 No.16510202


    Anyways, I vote for sweats, or something else easy to move around it and inconspicuous.

    We don't want to attract attention to ourselves, we're not a supervillain out for fame, just the fortune part.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:38 No.16510209
    >What is "dope"?

    Drugs. Specifically, >>16509939 crack cocaine.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:40 No.16510224
    rolled 61 = 61


    If it's not a place we're familiar with, we should see about discreetly getting some information on it, maybe a map or some other layout.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:40 No.16510227
    Make sure there's beer and fresh milk in the fridge.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:40 No.16510232
    Perhaps at first, but at some point we totally need to get some superscience to counter the Bat.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:42 No.16510259
    rolled 27 = 27

    Get some whiskey! Liquid courage is still courage!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:46 No.16510305
    What kind of criminal who wants lots of money fast DOESN'T turn to dope?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:47 No.16510321
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    I say we upgrade our wardrobe to something more respectable once we get our hands on some money.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:48 No.16510328
    A Gothomite.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:54 No.16510394
    As I walk to the bus stop I pass a magazine stand. Lucky for me the owner has his back turned, and a moment later the Twenty Top Tourist Attractions of Gotham City is in my pocket.

    Only too late do I realize that I never checked to see if the milk in the fridge was bad. I look up, and see the blue neon display of George's Liquor.

    The thought of knocking over the place for a bottle runs through my head (because with the bus fare change I sure ain't buying it), but then I see some more blue. Boys in blue, inside, and I make a neat turn and keep walking.

    One twenty-minute bus ride later, I get off at State Avenue, and stroll on over to Century Park just as my watch says 9 p.m. At first I don't see anyone, just a deserted playground, but then Roy-boy materializes from behind a tree.

    "You got something better for me?" I ask, and he grins.

    After a couple minutes of small talk Larry shows up, with a guy I recognize who used to do odd jobs for the Penguin once in a while.

    "You remember Dave," Larry says, and I nod and unfold the map of the Center from its section of the tourist guide.

    "OK, here's the plan..."

    >We'll do this in stages. Best of two rolls determines how well you pull it off. Five minutes to plan things.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)19:58 No.16510432
    rolled 14 = 14

    I think we should scout it our tomorrow, and rob it at a later date. We have literally no idea what kind of security they have in there.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)19:59 No.16510444
    Maybe five minutes is too small of a window to demand, considering how long it takes me between posts. We'll stretch it out to about 10.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:01 No.16510471
    rolled 6 = 6

    Here's the plan, one guy stands guard in front of the building (have him wait in bushes with a radio to contact the others if there's an intruder). The other three take the rope and grappling gun that Roy-Boy brought and go in from the roof. Two infiltrate the building while the guy with the biggest gun keeps lookout on the roof. When the deed is done, the guy standing guard at the main entrance gets the get-away vehicle. A quick in and out.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:03 No.16510490
    rolled 99 = 99

    Sounds like a plan to me.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:04 No.16510505
    rolled 81 = 81


    Have the guy on the roof come in. Sitting outside with a big gun when the freakin' Batman is flying all over the place looking for trouble is a bad move.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:05 No.16510522
    rolled 2 = 2


    Yeah, better to have two guys inside watching each other's backs.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:07 No.16510539

    I'll allow it.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:07 No.16510543
    Screw that noise bout planning. All we gotta do is wait near the parking lot, watch some high muckity muck come out to his fancy car, then take em hostage and force him to help us get into the lab. Once we get the science doohicky we just steal the saps car.
    >> dice+1d100 Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:08 No.16510550
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:09 No.16510559
    rolled 16 = 16

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:11 No.16510577
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    Heh, I love that we're basically nicking Captain Cold's origin story for ourselves.

    In fact, once we've got our new stuff, I say get the fuck out of Gotham and its all assorted psychos and head for Keystone. The Flash is tougher than the Bat sure, but the Rogues watch each other's backs. Something we sure as hell wouldn't want any of the Arkham alumni doing.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:14 No.16510615
    You might wonder where a bunch of mooks like us get military-grade hardware like grappling hooks, but those are the fringe benefits of working for an outfit like the Penguin. As Larry drives us over to the Watkins Center I check the gas cartridge on the grappling gun, while Roy-boy snaps his Uzi closed. Dave has his own piece, an oldie but a goody.

    Larry kills the headlights and tools around the side of the building, and we slip out just before the car glides away into the shadow. Up we go, easy as pie, nothing we haven't done before. The skylight at the top is locked, but hey, you don't live long in this business without picking up a few tricks and tools. A few moments later the lock is off, but then something catches my eye.

    The blinking of a security system.

    >What now, fella? Roll a d100 for anything you want to attempt...
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:16 No.16510630
    rolled 85 = 85

    We'll try to cut the power to the security system, or try to shut down the phone line if we can't kill it entirely
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:17 No.16510641
    rolled 96 = 96


    Can we tell what kind of security system it is? Laser grid, cameras, motion detectors, pressure-sensor, what?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:17 No.16510643
    rolled 68 = 68

    They don't let just anyone work for the Penguin. One of our boys should be able to disable it.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:18 No.16510647
    Did we already set off the alarm by opening the skylight?
    What kind of security system is it? Surely by working with Penguin we should have tools and / or skills required to deal with it.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:23 No.16510702

    It's a motion-sensor, sure, and there's some kind of trigger on the window as well.

    And neither of them set off any alarms before I got to them.

    "What the hell?" I whisper to myself.

    "You think they forgot to turn it on?" Roy-boy asks me, and as I shift my stance to look at him I see someone else on the roof with us. A big guy with a black ski mask and a shotgun, aiming it right at us!

    >What now???
    >Roll a d100, that's what!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:23 No.16510711
    rolled 5 = 5

    Shoot the fucker!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:24 No.16510717
    rolled 34 = 34

    Eat lead!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:27 No.16510746
    rolled 20 = 20



    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:27 No.16510753
    rolled 16 = 16

    Run away!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:27 No.16510756
    Nuts. But dressed like that he's not security, the law, one of the Bat's many sidekicks (Jason Todd's ski mask is red) or a supervillain. He's probably some minor crook unlucky enough to pick the same place to rob as us at the same time as us.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:28 No.16510768
    rolled 90 = 90

    captcha ate my roll
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:28 No.16510771

    Dave turns and raises his pistol too late as the masked man squeezes the trigger on his shotgun!


    "Mother-" Roy-boy starts to say before he raises his Uzi at the stranger!

    Your own pistol jams!

    >What now????
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:30 No.16510789
    rolled 73 = 73

    Hide behind something, obviously.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:30 No.16510790
    rolled 72 = 72

    Surrender. Drop the gun, put our hands in the air. Ask who he is, and what he wants.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:32 No.16510820
    rolled 57 = 57



    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:36 No.16510861

    I dive behind an air vent pipe, suddenly aware of my own mortality. As I peek up and shout "Hey pal, let's be cool about this!" I see Roy-boy and the stranger in a nevous stand-off, guns aimed at each other.

    "You son of a -" Roy-boy snarls at me, throwing a nervous glance my way. "Don't leave me hanging!"

    "Put down your guns, and get out here where I can see you," the masked man says, and just as Roy-boy starts to protest a radio on the man's hip crackles.

    **What's going on, we heard a shot up there**

    The man with the shotgun glances in my direction and back at Roy-boy. "You punks! You're dead! Do you know who I work for?" he laughs.

    "I'm with the Joker, idiots!"

    >What now???
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:37 No.16510878
    By the way, what setting does this take place in? Is it 40s inspired setting from Batman TAS with Tommy guns and police blimps or a more modern one?
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:38 No.16510891
    Yes, you have your grappling hook.

    I will accept votes on the merit of this idea, now or later.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:39 No.16510898
    "What? Are you an idiot? Almost everyone who works for the Joker dies!"
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:39 No.16510901
    rolled 31 = 31


    Just shoot that guy. You can't make a deal with the Joker.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:39 No.16510905
    rolled 72 = 72

    "That son of a bitch, us too! Funny fucking joke, man, sending two people after the same prize and not telling either of us. That guy...So now that we know we're on the same side, let's get this thing and get the fuck out!"
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:39 No.16510907
    >By the way, what setting does this take place in? Is it 40s inspired setting from Batman TAS with Tommy guns and police blimps or a more modern one?

    It's... a little bit of a mish-mash. I guess we'll all find out together.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:39 No.16510909
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    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:41 No.16510941
    rolled 18 = 18

    >>16510901 here

    Go with >>16510905

    Shoot them later.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:41 No.16510947
    rolled 68 = 68


    What the hell does the Joker want with this place?

    Whatever it is, I'm not too excited to find out. Fire grappling hook into the guy, yell at Roy to GTFO, and get out of there. Radio Larry and tell him there's been a change of plans, we meet up with him on the ground.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:42 No.16510961
    rolled 66 = 66


    Actually, yes, I change my vote to this instead.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:44 No.16510988
    I rise, feeling like one of those Hollywood tough guys about to mow down the competition, and raise my piece-

    But the gun jams again.

    "A-heh-heh... funny how that works, huh?" I ask, pulling the trigger a couple more times for effect.

    "Seriously?" the masked man asks, and from his voice I get the feeling that he might believe this yarn.

    "No fooling," I say, and step over the body of good ol' Dave like he's nobody, putting my gun down and planting my feet between him and Roy-boy. "Now how about we all get in there and-"

    **Roof, what's going on? Answer!**

    >You gonna keep this charade up, or try something else? Roll a d100 either way!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:47 No.16511018
    Idiot doesn't know that he's already dead. Sure the Joker pays well for his gigs, but he also kills about 80% of his goons before during and after missions. Honestly we're doing him a kindness killing him with bullets instead of Joker toxin.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:48 No.16511035
    rolled 17 = 17

    Keep bluffing, try to get him to our side.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:48 No.16511044
    rolled 19 = 19

    Keep it up. The Joker probably has way more resources in this operation than us knuckleheads and he's crazy enough that his people will believe anything we say.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:51 No.16511081
    rolled 45 = 45

    bluff like a mothefucker being caught by the husband!
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)20:54 No.16511118

    The man slings his shotgun under one arm, keeping it trained on Roy-boy, as he pulls up the radio to his face. "I got four guys in masks on the roof. They say they're with us."

    A too-long moment spins out, then the voice comes back to life with his pronouncement.

    **They ain't with us. We're sending a guy up**

    "I thought so," the masked man says as he shifts his shotgun and pulls the trigger.

    >What now???
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:58 No.16511175
    rolled 1 = 1

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:59 No.16511179
    rolled 56 = 56

    Try shooting him again, then get out.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)20:59 No.16511186
    rolled 26 = 26

    Well, looks like we have nothing to lose. Return fire.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:01 No.16511207
    This may well be the shortest quest ever.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:01 No.16511213
    rolled 48 = 48

    Ouch. Try and avoid passing out from the pain.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:05 No.16511252


    The shotgun blast tears into my arm, blinding me with pain, and somewhere behind me Roy-boy drops. I spin around as I trip over my own feet, and as I crack one knee painfully on the roof's hard surface I launch a crazy shot from the grappling gun right at him-

    -and luck beyond luck, it SPANGS into the barrel of his shotgun and knocks it up into the air, flipping out of his hands and spinning into the shadows. I dig my heels in and get back on my feet, fire in my arm.

    >What now??
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:07 No.16511280
    AGREED. Stick with it, maybe by accident we get into the Joker's gang.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:08 No.16511293
    rolled 32 = 32

    Fire again, we're in no shape to go hand-to-hand and we need this guy dead and fast.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:09 No.16511305

    Run like a bitch.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:09 No.16511309
    Turned off my name...

    Put dice+1d100 or noko+dice+1d100 in the email field, broski.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:12 No.16511336
    rolled 58 = 58

    Shoot him for real this time.

    Also, we're on the roof now?
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:14 No.16511366
    rolled 14 = 14

    This gun is obviously busted. Tackle him in desperation.
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:14 No.16511376
    rolled 18 = 18

    Sorry. Run like a bitch
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:17 No.16511419
    rolled 39 = 39


    Dice gods be with me.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:18 No.16511433
    rolled 96 = 96

    Pray for a superhero to save you.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:18 No.16511434
    I start to think that coming up here was a bad idea, and stumble backward, toward the edge of the roof. I fire the last grapple, and when it hits the guy in the leg I get a satisfying yelp out of him.

    My gun is in my hand, but whether it's a dud or not I have no idea. He looks to the shadows, where the barrel of his rifle gleams as it breaches the line of blackness.

    Whatever I do, it's gotta be now.

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:19 No.16511441
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:21 No.16511459
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:21 No.16511469
    rolled 95 = 95


    His leg is shot, our arm is shot. Grab his rifle and fuck him up.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:22 No.16511473

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:22 No.16511479
    rolled 87 = 87

    Jump into the building, through the skylight! Damn the alarms. We have to go deeeeeper!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:23 No.16511489
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    rolled 48 = 48

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:25 No.16511505
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    mfw every single other option rolled lower then this one
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:25 No.16511511
    rolled 40 = 40

    Try the gun again, third time's the charm.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:27 No.16511532
    He starts to run for his piece, so I do the only thing I can and fling my own broken gun at him! It catches him squarely in the head and sends him off-balance, and an instant later I raise the shotgun and rack it with malicious glee!

    "Eat led, mother-"

    Suddenly, a black hand snakes out of the shadow and grabs the barrel, and someone growls into my ear a single word.


    The shotgun is yanked out of my hands with a strength I can't match.

    "Holy-" the masked man says, pulling out a handgun.

    "There's nothing holy here," the Bat growls. "Just me."

    >What now, fella???
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:28 No.16511542
    rolled 19 = 19

    Put arms in the air and cry.
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:29 No.16511549
    rolled 86 = 86

    Yell "IT'S THE BAT!"
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:30 No.16511566
    >"There's nothing holy here," the Bat growls as he turns toward the man with the pistol.

    Oops, meant to post it as this. Will allow rerolling if desired.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:31 No.16511575
    rolled 47 = 47

    Jump inside through the skylight and run for the lab. Hopefully Batman will be distracted by Joker and his thugs and we can get what we came for.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:32 No.16511588
    rolled 89 = 89

    Okay, run away then.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:32 No.16511590
    rolled 57 = 57

    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:33 No.16511608
    rolled 28 = 28

    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:36 No.16511633

    I'll allow it if you want to go with this crazy awesome plan, but I'll need to see a high roll to pull it off. Roll 'em and let's see, fella!
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:37 No.16511649
    rolled 70 = 70


    Rolling. Maybe we will find a vat of mysterious radioactive crazy juice to hide in.
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:38 No.16511665
    rolled 100 = 100

    Rolling for sweet sweet escape.
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:39 No.16511670
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:39 No.16511683
    Oh well that's a pretty good ro-


    I'll be right back.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:39 No.16511686
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    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:41 No.16511707
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    You are my hero.

    >mfw he rolls a 100
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:42 No.16511717
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    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:45 No.16511754
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    Oh god yes
    >> Batman 10/03/11(Mon)21:46 No.16511770
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    rolled 65 = 65

    Rolling the knock this motherfucker into a conveniently overlooked vat of chemicals.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:49 No.16511820

    I take one glance at the rappel cord at my waist, and while I hear the guy in the ski mask fire off a shot I leap, hoping the quick knot I made holds up. The glass shatters beneath my feet, and I hit the floor rolling, just like old times!

    "What was that?" I hear someone shout from another room, and I hide just in time to see the Bat swoop down like a wrathful angel. He drops like a stone until his form flares out at the last second, and he lands with a nimble grace that doesn't match up with his bulk.

    And just then, the Joker and his crew show up, with the Professor's doohickey in tow.

    A moment later it's on the floor, and a moment after that it's in my hands. I look up at the same instant that the Joker hits the Bat with a cane that telescopes outward with a bone-crunching snap, and slink back out of the fray.

    Larry is right where he said he'd be, parked with the red sedan's engine idling quietly. "What happened?" he gapes, looking at my bloody arm and the long, delicate-looking device uneasily slung under my good right hand.

    "Long story. Let's roll," I tell him, gingerly laying it in the back seat and rolling it up in the tarp we brought with.

    "Where's Roy-boy and Da-"

    "Just roll."

    And we do. We roll out of there and onto State Avenue just as the flashing lights show up, speeding past us the other direction. Gotham swallows us up.
    >> I'm James Olsen, bitch! !EJMFQtlMjQ 10/03/11(Mon)21:52 No.16511866
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    I think that about does it for tonight, ladies and gentlemen. I hope you've enjoyed yourselves.

    I'll be around for a while if you want to hash out any options; otherwise we can just pick up here next time.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:52 No.16511867
    I am so happy right now. So happy. There is just... there are no words. I'll come up with a roll in a second. Just let me enjoy this.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)21:53 No.16511875
    We're alive! Holy shit!

    Let's celebrate this with a few cold ones. AFTER we're in our safehouse.
    >> Dreadhead 10/03/11(Mon)21:54 No.16511890
    i recomend waffles as well. why? we're alive, why the fuck not?
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:56 No.16511911
    >> Zach 10/03/11(Mon)21:57 No.16511933
    rolled 81 = 81

    Rolling for afterparty at the Iceberg Lounge. Why? Cause we're just that COOL.
    >> Anonymous 10/03/11(Mon)22:54 No.16512503
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    rolled 82 = 82

    >mfw the original decision to surrender and talk instead of fight maniacally was me, and then eventually Batman showed up
    >> Servant of the Emperor 10/03/11(Mon)23:02 No.16512579
    rolled 89 = 89

    I concur, Call Roy-boy to see if he got away alive, if he doesnt answer, toss the battery, throw away your phone, and THEN go to the lounge.

    Good thing the Iceburg gives us free tables right?

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