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    409 KB Fairy Warband Quest 6 - Entire Quest Summary Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)22:21 No.16865500  
    You are Trixie Buttercup, fairy warband leader. Fairies are made of magic and immune to harm from all sources but magic and magnets. Upon their deaths, fairies burst into sparkles that other fairies can use to increase their own power.

    Your warband has evicted an opposing group from their tree, which generates fairies. After moving in, you researched putting fairy sparkles into beetles and a queen bee (rendering them magical and obedient, and causing minor physical changes). You also began to dig straight down, after suspecting that the source of the tree's magic was underground.

    As the magic hole got deeper, your suspicions were confirmed, partly by a more powerful smell of magic in the hole's deeper sections, but also by the giant worm that attacked your digging crew. After a fight that left one beetle dead, you launched a more organized expedition that killed the worm.
    >> News Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)22:23 No.16865518
    You are currently relaxing in the magic hole's pool. Twinkle and Wibble are splashing around nearby. Bloomstar is sitting on the edge of the pool, dipping her legs in and staring intently at the other side.

    Bloomstar reports that the three magic beetles are immune to sticks and rocks. She is very quick to mention that she was very careful, and began by trying to scrape their shells in a place nobody would notice. She has also crafted a whip, garrote, and hat from worm leather, and soaked a variety of rocks and sticks in the magical water that you are currently soaking in. She isn't satisfied with the results. Regardless, she kept the objects, partly so you could look at them, and partly because she thinks they might turn out to be useful.

    The digging is proceeding normally, without any catastrophes or breakthroughs. Your mushroom farm, which you can see from the pool, is doing very well. The glowy mushrooms are satisfyingly glowy, the oldest big mushrooms are twice your height, and the fun mushrooms, all unpicked, as nobody wants to do so without your permission, at least look healthy. A few smaller patches have popped up on their own nearby.

    There are lots of things you could pursue. The most obvious is finding a drone for your queen bee once your next batch of fairies is ready to hatch. You might be able to find something to do with your mushrooms, leather items, or dipped items in the meantime.
    >> Meta Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)22:24 No.16865536
    I don't have any meta updates. I fucked up Moonbubble's level-up, though, so I'm going to redo codex.jpg while you discuss stuff to do.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:29 No.16865589
    oh hey, this was on page 2.

    now to read the STATUS UPDATE and decide what to do
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)22:30 No.16865602
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    There we go. Moonbubble has ten units of magic that she can shape into solid objects. Fist sized objects can be made for two units, forearm sized ones can be made for three, and fairy arm sized objects can be made for four. You currently have three halberd points (forearm), one arrowhead (fist), and no leftovers.

    IRC channel is #fairyquest on irc.thisisnotatrueending.com.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:31 No.16865608
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    I now wat to play fairymeat, thanks.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:32 No.16865612
    okay, on further consideration, we have a few things to do.

    One: plant glowshrooms along the diggers tunnel. we want light for when we find the source of all this water.

    Two: find a male at the beehive. bring gurlz to carry extra loot.

    Three: I can't wait to try out frozen weapons of this stuff once winter comes
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:35 No.16865652
    Make a contest. People are to come up with ideas. Whoever comes up with the best idea gets a fun mushroom and the worm hat.

    Meanwhile, we are going to spend some time playing with our girls.

    Find the bug. Chase the bug. Poke the bug while chasing it. Eat the bug. It's been such a long time since we frolicked.

    Also this will give us an opportunity to get to know our gurls better, see which one will get to be the bard.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)22:36 No.16865659
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    Good god, we can move at half a mile per hour. Our speed is ridiculous.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)22:39 No.16865677
    Got our 1d4chan article up. New people, check this out.

    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:40 No.16865686
    There already is a bard though.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:41 No.16865704
    wait for the next batch and have them eat one of the different types of mushroom each. Then crack em open and go drone hunting!
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)22:41 No.16865708
    >plant glowshrooms along the diggers tunnel
    They're still going straight down, but this is easy enough.

    >find a male at the beehive. bring gurlz to carry extra loot.
    This will require a timeskip of a few days and a decision on how many of your four newest hatchlings to mash.

    You announce an idea contest. Most of the off duty fairies have cornered a wild beetle and are fighting over who gets to ride it. You win three rounds of What Will The Bug Do before someone points out that answering "run away from Twinkle slowly" is practically cheating, causing the game to fall apart.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:44 No.16865739
    I wonder if we can make creatures magical without using sparkles. We have this magic water, after all... maybe drinking it would make beetles and such more magical? Worth testing.

    Also, it might be worth trying to use the magic water to grow flowers for our bees, once we get that going. We'd have to come up with some way of getting the water to the surface for that, though.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:45 No.16865744
    also, Whoever comes up with the worst Idea has to rub our feet
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:45 No.16865754
    so I say test the mushrooms on two hatchlings, crack open the other two and go drone hunting. Then after we're sure we know how horrifically poisonous the mushrooms are we can crack open those two too.

    Also we should wear the indinana jones hat and whip when we raid the temple of honey
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:46 No.16865764
    okay, so if we're NOT timeskipping right now, time to think of more things to do when the timeskip hits.

    Are the engravings of the worm fight starting to appear on the tree? encourage this.

    Is the water deep enough to dive into without getting disoriented by the impact with soil under it? I can't imagine it's pleasant to be clonked by a planet, even if it doesn't hurt. If it's not deep enough, get ta diggin' so we can have a right proppa pool.

    Finally, let's start twining some vines or something between the tallest nearby trees and our tree, so that we can walk along the treetops with ease. and also trick enemies into trying to climb onto our tree with them, and then we cut them.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)22:47 No.16865771
    Wait....... glowers are poisonous are they not?
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)22:48 No.16865783
    Another thing to test. The dipped weapons on those two hatchlings we plan to get rid of right away. Also see if magic materials transmit a blow. First time without weapons, second time with.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:00 No.16865888
    We'll just have to figure it out won't we?
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:03 No.16865909
    After two days, the pod hatches. You inform the new fairies that you are only keeping two of them, and throw down a magic water stick and the garrote in the center of the pod. The two quickest fairies end up with the weapons. After trading a few whacks with the other two, the fairy with the stick drops it in frustration. The fairy with the garrote doesn't, and is thrown to the ground and kicked to death for her trouble. The stick-fairy manages to make her opponent pop despite her starting handicap.

    You lead the winners to their reward. Stick-fairy gets the glowshroom. She bites into it, then makes a face and spits it out. Looking back at you nervously, she takes an extremely small, dainty bite, and swallows with some difficulty after rolling it around in her mouth. She does this until you acknowledge that she has eaten enough. Stick fairy quickly puts the glowshroom on the ground and steps away from it.

    The other fairy has no trouble eating the big mushroom. She says it doesn't really taste like anything.

    You tell the others to watch the new fairies for signs of death, and head out, taking a sparkle and three girlz. You find a bee that you think is male and successfully sparkle him, with the usual result.

    Is there anything you want to do while you're in the hive? You brought the girlz to carry things.

    Nobody has tried eating any prior to this.

    >Are the engravings of the worm fight starting to appear on the tree? encourage this.
    Already done. Engravings are confined to the inside right now, unless people decide otherwise.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:06 No.16865931
    get a few hexagons of honey and junk.

    oh, also, get some of that bee-glue they use to hold everything together. shit be mad sticky, we can use it to make improved sticknets.

    I wonder how the mushroom test will turn out. If they're not dead, I say we allow fairies to eat mushrooms if they want.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:06 No.16865933
    As much as we can carry!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:08 No.16865951
    naw man, honey for this first batch.

    if we feed the workers on royal jelly they'll all be queens and kill each other and our hive won't get off the ground.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:09 No.16865959
    But we need to feed the queen too!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:10 No.16865966
    I don't know if queens need to keep eating royal jelly.

    oh well, get some of each and see what it likes.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)23:11 No.16865970
    If those two aren't dead when we get back, we can still make them eat different mushrooms when we get back.

    It seems dipped and leather weapons do diddly.

    I agree with all above suggestions btw.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:13 No.16865988
    You direct the girlz to sticky goo, queen producing goo, and delicious goo, and direct each one to load up on as much of one type as they can carry. Again, when you exit, the natural bees leave you alone.

    The queen bee is outside, buzzing around some fairies. When you approach, she breaks away from them, hovering about for a few seconds before landing. She and the drone walk back and forth, bump noses, and wave their feelers at each other. One starts to take off while the other walks in a circle, and then they switch. Finally they both rejoin the group of fairies, the drone following close behind the queen.

    Both fairies are fine, but a bit nervous.

    Bloomstar approaches you. She asks, quietly, if she might have the extra sparkle to try something, then scrunches up her face.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:14 No.16865998
    Try what exactly?
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)23:16 No.16866008
    Had her the sparkle. Show the Queen our bounty and see if she likes honey over royal jelly. Direct her to the hexagons she built earlier.

    Tell the gurlz to keep close eye on the Queen and also if she tries to hurt anyone come to use straight away.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:16 No.16866015
    "Well... we put sparkles in beetles. A worm is kind of like a beetle. Except this one is dead. But we haven't tried a sparkle on a dead beetle either, so it might do something."
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:17 No.16866024
    "what's wrong Bloomstar?"
    give her the extra sparkle
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:18 No.16866032
    give her that sparkle!
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:19 No.16866047
    A guess: She's demanding the most coveted resource for something that might be a complete waste from a fairy who beetle-drop-podded a worm a hundred times her size and lived to tell about it.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:20 No.16866052
    "Well, isn't a stick like a bit of tree that's dead too? Could we try smushing a sparkle against a stick first?"
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:22 No.16866071
    ahh, she's a bit nervous then
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:23 No.16866078
    Fascinating though it would be to see if we can make magical zombie critters, we really have better uses for our sparkles.

    Uses like using them to power up ourselves, and perhaps our close cadre. We are spending too many sparkles on crazy experimentation and getting minions, and not enough on our core competencies.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:23 No.16866080
    You hand over the last sparkle. Bloomstar curtsies excitedly and hurries off.

    The newest fairies are still fine. They're talking quietly, still in the magic hole. When they notice you, they stop, then stare at the ground.

    Bloomstar charges down the stares and hands you a glowing garrote, then takes a step back and beams silently.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)23:23 No.16866085
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    Guys, we could bring back our dead beetle who died heroically.

    Narrator, do we know where his carcass is?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:26 No.16866111
    Ask them what they were talking about. Anything they talk about they can say in front of us.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:27 No.16866118

    if it's glowing NOW, then it wasn't magical enough BEFORE.

    it looks like our assassin just gained the stealth kill ability. we will test it on the next batch of fairies.

    Also, go greet the new fairies. Get them up to speed on work distribution and suchwhat.

    Also, how are we digging down into the pool, anyway? isn't digging into water... bad?
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/06/11(Sun)23:28 No.16866133
    Well, didn't see your post Narrator. So, guess we got a Indiana Jone's hat and whip. Still, heroic beetle is awesome.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:34 No.16866192
    The fairies, look at each other. The glowshroom fairy, after a moment, tells you that they were trying to figure out whether you planned to squish them.

    You explain digging and sentry duty to them. This seems to help their mood.

    You had to collect water to fill the pool. The deepest section of the magic hole is getting pretty damp, though.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:35 No.16866200
    I propose that, for each batch of fairies, we keep the strongest, or most cunning, and dust the rest. Limit to one sparkle for experimentation or equipment. Divvy the rest up as we need.

    For the two new fairies, reassure them that they're going to be fine; we kept them because they're strong, and we like strength.

    Give Bloomstar a bit of praise. Give the garrote to Wibble. I say it's about time we make a scouting party, and make sure the woods around our home is still safe. We've been cloistered up inside a lot lately. If we find fairies nearby, we may get a chance to use the garrote.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:38 No.16866231
    >are you going to kill us
    >No, see, we have shit work for losers like you
    >oh thank god

    Ah, fairy life...
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:46 No.16866301
    You flex the garrote and tell Bloomstar that it, alone, will probably kill lots of things, to say nothing of the discovery of sparkling objects. She looks proud of herself, and mentions that, though she understands that the supply of sparkles is limited, that she's interested in doing more experiments when there are extras.

    You give the garrote to Wibble before your daily patrol. It's not exactly what a fairy would expect to be wielding, but she seems to approve, and spends a lot of time waving it around to see if the glow comes off.

    >I say it's about time we make a scouting party
    This has been happening already. I've glossed over it along with sentry duty and sleeping, since the area around the tree has been free of fairies that aren't Trixie's so far.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:48 No.16866321
    Actually wait, I have more update.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:48 No.16866324
    How far has the digging progressed and is the magic smell any stronger in the tunnel?
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:52 No.16866360
    At the outer edges of your route, you hear some voices. They're on the other side of a patch of foliage, and from what you can hear they're arguing about who's "it." Wibble hears too and stops, standing just behind you.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:54 No.16866381
    Have wibble hang back and go invisibel. Sneak closer to the voices.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:55 No.16866399
    mmmm raidables.

    do we want to capture, interrogate, and squish with a chance of them escaping, or just straight up squish with no information gained?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:55 No.16866403
    Upon observation, try and discern how sparkly they are, or the strength of the scent of magic on them. Is that something we can sense? (just want to see if they are fresh or not)
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/06/11(Sun)23:57 No.16866426
    You tell Wibble to stay put, and she crouches down behind a leaf. Then you turn invisible and approach.

    There are three fairies playing tag around one, half asleep, on a mushroom. The active fairies lose interest shortly after, and decide to see how many objects they can stack on the napping fairy before she notices. The answer is one.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:57 No.16866428
    Neat! New people. Let's see who they are.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/11(Sun)23:59 No.16866448
    Do we smell any magic on any of them?
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:00 No.16866461
    Time to introduce ourselves to the new people, after seeing if they have any magical abilities.

    "Hi! I'm Trixie Buttercup, and I fought a giant worm and I rode a beetle once. Who are you?"
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:00 No.16866472
    approach all sneaky like, gotta find out who's talking, find out if they are a threat, if they are made of sparkles, etc, etc...
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)00:01 No.16866481
    No spell casters among them. Sparkliness is minimal, but they aren't hatchlings either. You'd guess they average out to be around Wibble's threat level, with some above and some below.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:04 No.16866520
    Seconding opening dialogue. If they aren't so friendly kill the strongest first, leave the last for interrogation.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:06 No.16866537
    Hmmm. I say we observe for a while. Make sure of whether or not they're alone, or if there is another party they belong to. This should be high priority; if we try to squish them and one escapes to a bigger party, we could get lots of trouble fast.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:06 No.16866547
    >they are made of delicious sparkles
    Teleport up to a tree branch or leaf or something so that we can address them from above, and say hi. If they haven't sworn to serve us forever within the first thirty seconds, slaughter all but one of them and capture her for interrogation.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:06 No.16866549
    Have Wibble approach them and strike up a conversation while we watch from the shadows, ready to murder at any second
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:10 No.16866597
    If we HAVE to approach them, I say do it this way.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:11 No.16866608
    yes. But for now observe them from invisibleness.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)00:11 No.16866609
    You make an entrance from a somewhat safe and fairly impressive twig several inches above the tallest fairy.

    "Hi! I'm Trixie Buttercup, and I fought a giant worm and I rode a beetle once. Who are you?"

    This is highly irregular. The fairies startle, look at each other, then to a nearby tree root, then back to you.

    Under the tree root is a fairy who looks more annoyed than scared, followed by a second fairy.

    "I'm Twinkle. And I'm in charge here."
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:13 No.16866634
    Laugh. "That's ridiculous. I already know a Twinkle; she works for me. We can't very well have two Twinkles around; that would be silly and confusing. Pick a different name."
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:14 No.16866651
    also, everyone, I mean EVERYONE knows trixie is in charge here.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:14 No.16866655
    Act casual , strike up a converstaion. Don't let on to our godlike speed and teleporting powers.
    How much is twinkletoes here worth?
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:15 No.16866667
    Another Twinkle eh? That must be the "Jessica" of fairy names or something.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:15 No.16866671
    While hilarious, not a great way to get them to open up.

    What exactly is it that you are in charge of? Got a lot of friends?
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:16 No.16866680
    Save the theatrics for when we inevitably betray her and kill the most powerful one ther in one turn!
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:18 No.16866697
    "Neat! We know someone named twinkle too, she's our friend! Though, she isn't in charge. That's me! I'm in charge of my friends. I'm their friendleader. Their palhoncho!" The fairy giggles at the silly names she's coming up with. "Plus I got a cape from when I killed that other fairy who was mean to them. So now I'm in charge."

    "Where are you from?"
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:20 No.16866719
    I like this better than the other responses.

    We need to be vague and nonthreatening, while still giving a bit of an air of authority. Keep ourselves in a neutral position, while gaining information.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:20 No.16866729
    "Do you want to be my friend?"
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)00:21 No.16866734
    Sorry, doing lots of things. Cutting off voting because it seems like you're agreeing on stuff, and I don't want to keep f5ing while I write.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:22 No.16866748
    >he doesn't have 4chanx
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:22 No.16866754
    >We need to be vague and nonthreatening
    What. No we don't. We're waltzing in here and declaring ourselves in charge, killing anyone who objects. That doesn't mean "vague and nonthreatening", that means "start giving orders, wait for them to start a confrontation in which we can show how much better than them we are, and then demand obedience and kill them if we don't get it".
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:24 No.16866778
    And then when one gets away and brings a swarm of fairies that we didn't know about, we'll just waltz in and kill them too, right?

    Caution = survival. Don't get cocky. We can murder them after we're sure they're alone.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:26 No.16866793
    >And then when one gets away and brings a swarm of fairies that we didn't know about, we'll just waltz in and kill them too, right?
    No, then we'll go invisible and start slaughtering them all one after another and devouring their sparkles in a fast-paced campaign of terror which would make them piss themselves if they had orifices which produced urine.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)00:28 No.16866814
    You decide to go with the comparatively diplomatic approach.

    The other fairies decide to go with the approach of slowly forming a semicircle around you while you talk. They haven't seen Wibble.

    The other fairies are from the moon. They are in charge of the forest. Your Twinkle is dumb and eats dirt because she is dumb.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:29 No.16866820
    We can't do that anymore. We have gurlz that need to be protected, and a home base. If we get into a fight it won't be a guerrilla campaign.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:29 No.16866823
    how tough is the leader?
    If she's weak we can teleport backstab her for an instant kill.
    I say we do that
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:30 No.16866829
    Let's give them a little scare. Teleport right in front of "Twinkle"s face. Like, nose to nose. And say "Well that isn't very nice."
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:30 No.16866831
    they come from the moon?

    why, how did they get down from there? none of them have wings.

    You are silly fairies. you don't have nearly enough to surround trixie.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:30 No.16866833
    If we get into a hard fight yes, we will. We will cannibalize what resources we have and go back to our core of powerhouses and continue raiding their weak points.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:31 No.16866837
    Attempt to teleport/one-shot the leader. Claim it's for insulting a friend of ours.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:31 No.16866851
    Trixie shakes her head, clucking sadly.

    "Sillies. You can't be in charge of the forest. At most you can be in charge of a log, or maybe a tree. Not even the queen can rule the forest, and she's sooper powerful. Are you more powerful then the Queen? And if you're from the moon, why are you here?"
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)00:32 No.16866855
    Teleport away, go invisible. Come up from behind the fairy that said mean things about our Twinkle. Then kill her.

    Trixie demands respect.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:33 No.16866867
    Seconding these three things.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)00:34 No.16866878
    Ok, cutoff.

    I'm going to take ten minutes to do nothing and then draw a map [spoiler]and some fairies god dammit[/spoiler]. If I were you I would check back in 30-45 minutes, minimum. Sorry about the delay.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:34 No.16866881
    That's silly.

    What we have is a home base, guarded by several waves of expendable minions.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)00:35 No.16866887
    >tie happening in time before cutoff
    Ok, it's between "scare leader" and "backstab teleport leader with no explanation, next vote takes it.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:36 No.16866892
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)00:37 No.16866906
    Back stab the leader. While yelling, "YEEEEEEE!!!!"
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:38 No.16866920

    Kill leader, scare underlings.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:38 No.16866925
    Scare leader
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:39 No.16866931
    Scare leader, and if she reacts with hostility stab. Declare self to be new leader.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:40 No.16866937
    don't declare self new leader.

    Declare them tresspassers. we don't need more minions, we need sparkles.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:42 No.16866958
    If we wanna get anywhere near as powerful as I think we should be, then some of those minions aren't exactly "expendable." We need to not only be powerful ourselves, we need powerful leaders under our command. And we need troops who, if they're not at least powerful sparkles-wise, can kick ass in other ways.

    How else will we manage to get the fairy throne, to match our effing awesome cape?
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:42 No.16866964
    Leave one alive to question. Also, take the leader to our Twinkle and have our Twinkle feed her dirt.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:43 No.16866969
    but I want sparkles noooow

    why feed her dirt when we can squish her. you and your ironic deaths.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:43 No.16866970
    We need both.

    Kill any who even lift a finger against us. Spare those who declare us their savior.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:44 No.16866989
    Keep leader as pet. Name her Fake Twinkle.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:46 No.16867005
    Hehe :3
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:47 No.16867010
    damn it

    I want SPARKLES

    she is the leader

    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:49 No.16867031
    I like that.

    Beat the leader to a pulp and then DARE the others to try and take us on.

    "Who wants a piece?"
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)00:50 No.16867036
    We'll still squish her. just after we know who shes working for and/or when we get board of her.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:10 No.16867221
    Ok, ready. Someone roll 12d6 for attacking and I'll post some results.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:11 No.16867229
    rolled 6, 3, 6, 6, 6, 6, 5, 3, 3, 4, 3, 4 = 55

    here ya go
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:11 No.16867232
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:12 No.16867234
    rolled 4, 1, 5, 6, 2, 6, 3, 3, 4, 3, 4, 6 = 47

    okay then, mash that leader straight through the back with our fist. and then pop back behind something while invisible.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:20 No.16867318
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    You start to hop down from the branch, then teleport directly behind Fake Twinkle and elbow her in the side of the head, knocking it half an inch to the side without moving her body in the slightest. This kills the fairy.

    You can't see Wibble, but it's safe to assume she will help. You can't command her unless you want to blow her cover.

    The other fairies are evenly split between being terrified and furious.

    This is a surprise round, so go. The bush slows movement but is passable, everything else is solid but climbable.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:22 No.16867338
    okay, for our surprise round let's SURPRISE THEM. grab the head of the one next to us and twist it right off with sheer brute power.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:23 No.16867340
    Let's teleport smash one of the angry ones. Then say something like, "You know, if you don't wanna die, all you gotta do is give up. It's not like we're bad fairies or anything."
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:24 No.16867349
    Intimdate the other fairies.

    "Let's start this again. Hi. I'm Trixie Buttercup. I am very very good at killing things. I'm in charge. Now you can either be my friend, and I'll share my sparkles with you, or I can kill you like the Fake Twinkle."
    "Will you be my friends?"
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)01:25 No.16867355
    Run over to one, kill her. Teleport over right behind another and backstab her. Also, focus on the furious fairies first. Save the terrified for interrogation.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:25 No.16867360
    rolled 5, 2, 1, 6, 6, 6, 1, 3, 6, 6, 2, 5 = 49

    But we need the sparkles!
    We have enough fairies right now!
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:25 No.16867361
    Grab her sparkles and move quickly out of range of the rest of them. Then give them a broad grin. "What an unfriendly fairy that was. Insulting my friends, lying to me, and claiming to be in charge... so rude! Now, are the rest of you going to do better? Start by answering this question: Is Trixie Buttercup your boss, or is she going to be holding your sparkles very soon?"
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:25 No.16867362
    We should hit the one next to us, then jump up on the mushroom behind us. We should proclaim them an offer to join us instead of dying, saying that they are surrounded.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:26 No.16867366
    rolled 1, 3, 3, 4, 2, 1, 5, 4, 2, 2, 2, 4 = 33

    Beat up on the furious ones.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:29 No.16867401
    >We should proclaim them an offer to join us instead of dying, saying that they are surrounded.
    By us. Trixie Buttercup can surround people all on her own, with no outside help. She's just that good.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:30 No.16867406
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:30 No.16867412
    Vote cutoff.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:30 No.16867417
    Well, yeah. Who else would we need to surround them? Wibble is just there to watch the show, right?
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:31 No.16867423
    guys, we don't need these folk in our party. they are worthless, and know nothing of terror.

    destroy them so that we can strengthen and breed our own.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:33 No.16867438
    Kill all of them with our bare hands!
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:36 No.16867464
    3d6 for Wibble, please.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:36 No.16867469
    rolled 5, 5, 4 = 14

    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:36 No.16867472
    rolled 4, 3, 6 = 13

    Wibble wins!
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:41 No.16867508
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    You kick over the closest fairy before she can react.

    Wibble pops out and simultaneously tackles and chokes out one of the outlying fairies.

    Two of the remaining fairies climb the mushroom. The last one runs.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:43 No.16867527
    Tell Wibble to grab the fleeing fairy. Don't kill her, we need intel. Punch another fairy in the face.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:43 No.16867531
    rolled 1, 4, 4 = 9

    teleport off the mushroom, charge after the runner, kill the runner.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)01:43 No.16867533
    Tell Wibble to take care of these two. Run and teley after the runner. Backstab.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:43 No.16867534
    Kill the runner, none alive!

    By none though, I mean we kill the runner, and attempt to take the rest hostage.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:44 No.16867536
    sprint after the runner. allow wibble to revel in her garrote stealth kill, I imagine it will take a round.

    give the ones in the mushroom some berth, don't want them to clothesline us as we get the runner.
    >> LEoor 11/07/11(Mon)01:45 No.16867548
    Kill the runner she will give us away forever

    Also you guys do know about the red text downtime rite?
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:46 No.16867558
    Ok, cutoff. 9 for Trixie.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:46 No.16867562
    rolled 1, 6, 5, 3, 4, 3, 3, 2, 3 = 30

    Dice for the dice god!
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:47 No.16867563
    rolled 5, 1, 2, 6, 1, 5, 4, 4, 5 = 33

    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:47 No.16867564
    rolled 2, 6, 2, 3, 2, 6, 2, 4, 5 = 32

    >> LEoor 11/07/11(Mon)01:47 No.16867568
    rolled 3, 4, 1, 1, 5, 5, 4, 2, 6 = 31

    Rollan bawss
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)01:47 No.16867571
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    rolled 5, 3, 1, 3, 1, 1, 2, 3, 1 = 20

    I got this.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:48 No.16867577
    rolled 5, 5, 6, 6, 3, 5, 3, 1, 1 = 35

    thank god you don't
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)01:49 No.16867588
    man, anteaters can't roll for shit
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)01:50 No.16867589
    rolled 5, 3, 4, 6, 5, 4, 1, 3, 5 = 36

    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)01:59 No.16867697
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    You pop up behind the fleeing fairy and knock her out. Wibble finishes off her target.

    The fairy climbing up the mushroom decides that you might actually be too much trouble, and runs.

    The fairy close behind her stomps on her downed former ally, dives into the massive pile of sparkles left by her and the leader, rolls, and leaps to her feet. She quickly passes her friend by a good margin.

    so, guess what made that update take so long
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)02:00 No.16867703

    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)02:01 No.16867710

    Fuck, get that sparkly bitch. Tell Wibble to get the other, and leave that one alive.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)02:01 No.16867711
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)02:01 No.16867717
    lack of bagels?

    Also, we should tell Wibble to watch the knocked out fairy. Keep her from running. And GET THAT BITCH WHO STOLE THE SPARKLES.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)02:02 No.16867722
    rolled 6, 4, 4, 3, 2, 6, 6, 5, 1 = 37

    Get that sparkly bitch! She stole our sparkles! No one steals our sparkles!
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)02:02 No.16867726


    first, snap the neck of the downed one.

    then, take a full charge, avoiding the bushes, towards her. if I counted the moves right, we will be within five tiles and able to easily tele-backstab her. assuming a coup-de-gras is one move. because FUCK THOSE ARE OUR SPARKLES DAMN SHIT
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:17 No.16867745
    Posting has returned
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)04:17 No.16867748
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    Also, guys, We get one attack per turn. We either finish off the downed fairy or we go and get the runner.

    I vote running towards, then teleporting, then backstabbing the one who is running away. Also this is a chance to see if fairies will drop the same amount of sparkles as they consume and regularly hold.

    Pic related, my feeling at 4chan updating.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)04:18 No.16867750
    You stomp your fairy and move to intercept the quicker of the two fleeing ones. When you manage to catch up, you punch her in the back of the head. Then she backhands you.

    When you wake up, the only fairies present are Wibble and the second fleeing fairy, who is sitting on Wibble and squeezing her neck.

    You kick the fairy off of Wibble.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:19 No.16867754
    before we passed out did the runner smell like any spells
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)04:21 No.16867758
    Actually, no.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:22 No.16867764
    well it can't have been too long. find out from wibble which way they went. either that, or track them by scent.

    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)04:23 No.16867766
    Answer the guys above me. Squeeze her throat.

    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:23 No.16867767
    this o yes this we have stealth she dose not
    >> BriarGlitter 11/07/11(Mon)04:25 No.16867772
    also ask wimble if she killed the one she had down
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)04:26 No.16867774
    To elaborate. I mean the runner. She has been kicked in the face, shes down. Now kill her.

    Then ask Wibble where the other one went.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:26 No.16867777
    oh, before we go: murder the fairy we had down, eat its sparkles, and by the time we are done with that wibble will be done stammering and will finally tell us which way she went
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)04:26 No.16867778
    Wibble knows the general direction that the escaped fairy went in, but she has a big head start and is nearly as fast as you. Between her head start and her vague location, you don't have much of a chance to find her.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:26 No.16867779
    We must know what happened!
    INterrogate the fairy and wibble!
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)04:27 No.16867781
    You squish the remaining fairy.

    SPARKLES: 15 (counting the one that you finished off immediately before getting knocked out)
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:28 No.16867784
    wibble takes 7 we take 8.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)04:29 No.16867790
    How many fairies we have in our warband. I mean gurlz.

    After figuring that out. Gather the sparkles up, tell Wibble to return to the tree with them. Take out share, and tell her to give the sparkles accordingly to our lieutenants.

    Now let's go fairy hunting. Go invisible mode as well.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:30 No.16867793
    10/5 split
    Us 10m, wibble 5
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:32 No.16867801
    whatever we do, we take SOME of the sparkles for ourselves right now to boost our power. also, grab that garrote, we're going to get her from behind.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)04:33 No.16867805
    I second this. Also we take the Lion's share either way.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:40 No.16867825
    Take the Garrote.
    Send wibble for reinforcements.
    10/5 split us her.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:40 No.16867826
    do this, we need TEN SPARKLES. and wibble needs 5 because we need to kill fast and she is TOO SLOW
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)04:40 No.16867829
    Cutoff for levelup.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:41 No.16867830
    rolled 2, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 4, 3 = 20

    Take the ten/five split, grab the garrote, go fairy hunting.
    >> Questor the Magnificent 11/07/11(Mon)04:42 No.16867834
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    Putting my support behind this.

    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)04:44 No.16867839
    thirding. we're going to port from tree to tree, popping in and out of visibilty just long enough to do the port, and descend on her from above.
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    I found a pictar of a fairy from the guy who does Dem Hips for wakfu, and i thought you might like it.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)05:01 No.16867921
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    You send Wibble home with a third of the sparkles. Luckily, the powered-up fairy you are chasing isn't headed that way. Then you suck up the rest of the sparkles and sprint into the woods.

    After about a minute, you haven't seen any sign of the other fairy. If she's changed direction at all, she's long gone. You don't have any way to track her on account of her light weight, and she probably won't stop until she is very far away. Unless she circles back intentionally.

    You aren't going to be able to smell her out unless you trip over her, because she can't cast spells. Even if she could, you'd have to get within a few feet.

    On the plus side, you can smell and feel potential shapes all around you. You throw out a pile of cubes and spheres just for practice.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)05:03 No.16867926
    my rage is palpable. Form up a pair of knives and teleport onto a tree. jump up that fucker with your powers and start hopping from tree to tree with a combination of ANGER and teleporting. Maybe we will get a better vantage to see this thing from above.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)05:03 No.16867928
    Also this, since someone asked in chat. Imagine both bees are smaller and the drone has a shorter abdomen, though.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)05:04 No.16867932
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    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)05:05 No.16867935
    >> BriarGlitter 11/07/11(Mon)05:05 No.16867938
    I f we see a good stick for a spear shaft grab it and try to add a spear head to it.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)05:07 No.16867943
    The undergrowth is dense, and fairies are short. Your field of view actually gets worse the higher you get. You jump from branch to branch anyway, leaping off into empty space and teleporting to a safe platform to show gravity what you think of it.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)05:09 No.16867957
    Okay, I just got here. First time posting in this quest.

    Ever since the tree was conquered, I had this idea I wanted to share but I never catch the threads still going. So here it is:
    I think we should've constructed a gladiator cage around the pods so that when they hatch, we set up a death match between dozen of Girlz where only one leaves alive. That way we have slow but steady supply of new recruits who are at least somehow competent. It also provides some measure of entertainment for the rest. Of course we collect the sparks and forbid any hatchling from using them threatening to kill them if they do.
    Perhaps that way, each Gladiator "champion" would at least be 1 level above the average Girl?

    Anyway, I might be late with this but this was something I wanted to share. Now to catch up...
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)05:10 No.16867958
    well SPARKLES. and NUTS


    somehow we gained 15 sparkles and I'm still pissed off about it. oh well, stay invisible. climb down.

    If we can't find her by ANGRILY LOOKING, we will saunter around casually for a few minutes. Dumb luck might help.

    if that doesn't work we should go back to the others and start resetting all the traps and setting up more. there is a strong fairy out there, it might come back, and when it does we don't want it getting away.
    >> BriarGlitter 11/07/11(Mon)05:15 No.16867987
    yah i guess this is what we have to do also make our self a spear like i said before.
    >> Narrator !!0z97bVlxXCQ 11/07/11(Mon)05:20 No.16868014
    You look. Then you sit. Then you consider the whole affair to be a victory by points and the powered-up fairy's fleeing to be a tacit admission of inferiority.

    Then you go home. Wibble has already warned everyone about the fairy that got away.

    /thread for tonight

    New thread: Between 22 and 23:00 board time on Saturday.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)05:21 No.16868019
    damn the one that got away.

    we will feast on her flesh that is not flesh.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/11(Mon)08:39 No.16869062
    I suggest we stop recruiting more Girlz and use all the hatchlings for sparks from now own. We were doing amazing as small, very powerful band. Now, we have shit-ton of useless sacks of sparkles to watch out for.

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