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    187 KB Zombie & Witch IV Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:01 No.18382768  


    Twitter for next thread time: HereticalLoveQ


    "Yeah, disappointment. If you just end up shot up or ripped up, I'll have to just lie my way out of invovement, and it will be very disappointing." Sarna glares.

    "So I'd better not die, then?"

    "No, it would be wise to avoid death."

    "Right." You nod.

    "Anyways, whelp, how do you plan on cooperating with me?" She folds her arms and raises an eyebrow.

    Well you hadn't exactly thought about that...

    She certainly has proven she can hold her own in combat, though it was against you, and it was pretty one-sided.

    At the same time, you aren't really sure you want her following you around, and you know Kiara doesn't. So she might make a good spy or informant.

    >The choice is yours, how do you want to employ Sarna?

    >Thanks to the anon who drew this up last night, it is straight up funk and I want the sunglasses
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)17:03 No.18382780
    Fuck Kiara. Acquire bitches. The less loose ends the better.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:06 No.18382812
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    Other version, same anon. Both are beyond groovy.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:08 No.18382827
    Spy sounds like the way to go. She's got our internet handle and we can leave her a couple of the burner phones for emergencies.

    We need more info on the Order's witch tracking techniques.

    Top immediate priorities are get the fuck up out of this place because we both just magic'd everywhere and people noticed, and then give Kiara a chance to feed.
    >> "noko+dice+2d6" 03/19/12(Mon)17:09 No.18382835
    No need to attract attention now, just ask her too keep us informed and we will tell her when it's time to fuck up the order and how.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:09 No.18382838
    Well for right now we can at least use her as a source of information. Find out how the Sword tracks us and what resources it has.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:10 No.18382851
    Having her work as a spy sounds fine for now as long as the order has no way of detecting her.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)17:14 No.18382879
    Well first things first, we need to recharge Kiara.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:16 No.18382894
    "Well I'm not quite sure how you can fit into this plan just yet, you certainly have some oomph behind you, but you would also make a great spy. For now, lets bug out of here, though."

    "Fair enough." Sarna nods.

    "Great, this way!" You make a start for your car, Sarna in tow.

    Only you stop, just shy of it, near the forest.

    "I'll just be a minute..." You tell her, and she raises an eyebrow again as she watches you slink off into the woods.

    Once out of sight, you sit down on the forest floor, and instantly the plants around you begin to change. Green fades, replaced by brown as the wave of death emanates from you, shriveling leaves and small plants alike.

    This one spreads even further then the last one Kiara made, which you surmise must be because of how much power she expended to give your punch the extra boost it needed to knock Sarna off her feet.

    "I don't want her following us around, mortal. She may not be an amateur, but we certainly aren't going to obtain my soul through combat alone." Kiara says, invigorated by the "meal".

    "I agree, I think she would make a great spy, though. Not to mention I want to know what she knows before we do anything."

    Standing back up, you make your way out back through the forest and into the parking lot. Sarna is sitting on the top of your car, idly swinging her feet back and forth.

    "Took you long enough!" She frowns, before leaping off the car and landing beside you.

    "So what now?" She asks, folding her arms.

    "Now we find some place we can talk, some place quiet. Know of anything around here?"

    The 300+ year old "little girl" smirks and nods.

    "Yeah, I know a great spot. Gimme the keys." She holds out a hand.

    "Haha, no."
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:20 No.18382934
    While the idea of a little girl powershifting a Hemi is immensely amusing...no. It'd draw attention. And that car is practically all we own that's "ours". We didn't kill anyone for it, nor did we ask for blood money for it.

    She can stand to rest a bit stretching her legs after that fight, anyways. Tell her to think of us as a "chauffeur".
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:20 No.18382938
    You don't get to drive my baby, you can take the passenger seat or walk. Also it probably won't start if you try, it's a quirky animal.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:24 No.18382974
    Cruising down the night highway, you keep it pegged at the speed limit exactly. You've drawn enough attention to yourself tonight, no need to stir up any more.

    Sarna directs you through a bit of the city, until you reach the slums. All the way to a long-abandoned factory of some kind, which Sarna enters as though she's been to before, many times.

    "This place is safe, I've used before, to store things." Sarna says, before quickly picking through a series of locks around a set of steel doors in the floor.

    "Down here!" She calls up to you.

    "Is it safe?" You mentally ask Kiara.

    "I believe so, but I sense a great deal of magic down there..."

    "Hurry up!" Sarna calls again.

    You quickly descend the small flight of concrete stairs, and stop abruptly at what you see. Lining the walls, stacked up on the floor, is an assortment of incredibly bizarre things.

    Chunks of mud brick and stone wall, or what you assume was once wall. All manor of jewelry, some even made of gold. A few swords, most of which look quite ragged...

    "Lots of stuff down here..." You comment.

    "The Order would have had me destroy it all, this is just the stuff I managed to sneak to here, from the local area. Artifacts, most of them aren't very old, or very powerful." Sarna shrugs as she toys with a small dagger.

    "So what do you need to know? I'm surprised you're asking for information, seems you've lived quite a while to not know a lot." She eyes you questioningly.

    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:26 No.18382997
    What is your arrangement with the Order? Do you have a handler or have to make regular reports or what?

    Are there others like you?

    How exactly do they locate and track witches?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:29 No.18383021
    These work well. Also ask if she knows anything about containing witches.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)17:29 No.18383025
    God I'd love to see a 13 yr old girl outdrive us from years of experience! If she's lived 300+years her parents are long gone so she must live alone... Or in some Order shithole they provide for her. Once on the road ask her how she has survived all this time in that young of a body. Not every day you see a 13 yr old ordering at a steak house without a parent, and McDonalds sucks after just a few days of eating there
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:34 No.18383073
    "Well for starters, what is it that you do for the Order, exactly." You ask, reaching out to touch the pommel of a sword.

    "I wouldn't do that, if I were you. That one has a nasty curse on it."

    You quickly draw your hand back.

    "I suppose you could call me a hit man, it would be a fitting title." Sarna says quietly as she sets aside the dagger. "The Order has some excellent and capable hunters of their own, but sometimes its easier for them to call in a witch to do the dirty work for them."

    "You mean there are more like you?" You ask, a bit shocked.

    "Dozens more, at least that I know of. I know I'm not even the most powerful. I've seen another, a younger man then you by a bit... He's the most powerful wizard I've ever seen." Sarna shrugs before picking up a small wooden horse toy.

    "So do you operate under a handler of some kind?"

    "I'm not sure." Sarna shrugs, "I get a call on my cell and they tell me where to go and what to do. That wasn't even me talking to you over the email, that was THEM."



    "Well I guess I need to be more careful... How do they track witches anyways? I know they can track magic, but how?"

    "Any number of ways, they don't limit themselves to just one. You have a cell phone, yes?"

    "Yeah..." You reply, suddenly wondering if you should burn the lot of them.

    "The towers they run off of aren't just used for that purpose. They were also constructed to pick up on magic use within their range, to track the users or anything with even a whiff of magic power. Any time magic is used within the radius of a tower, it acts like a beacon, sort of like a blip on a radar."
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)17:35 No.18383086
    >Magic Cell Phone towers
    Well fuck. There's one for conspiracybro
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:36 No.18383095
    Well shit they got infrastructure.

    What makes this place safe?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:38 No.18383119
    I knew this new 4G thing sounded suspicious!

    Ask if she knows anything about containing witches.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)17:39 No.18383134
    Smash all phones! Get off the grid! Paranoia just broke 11 and hit 12!
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:40 No.18383145
    >Any number of ways, they don't limit themselves to just one.

    What other ways are there outside of the cellphone towers?
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)17:40 No.18383151
    Wow. Tinfoil hat was right.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)17:41 No.18383154
    What do you know about containment facilities for witches?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:41 No.18383164
    "So they can use cell towers to... Track magic?"

    "Just one of their methods, yes."

    "I'm assuming they have more then just that..."

    "They do." Sarna nods, "In fact, one of the best tracking systems in the world is a witch's soul itself. I know for a long time the tracking stations were large, imposing structures with limited range considering their size... Now, though, they have portable units."

    You frown as you remember the small metallic box.

    "I think I've seen one."

    "Small metal box, 'bout yea big?" Sarna holds up her hands.


    "That would be one, and those little units are their most precise tracking devices. Can pinpoint a witch from a mile or more off, depending on the current level of magic being used. From two hundred yards, they can just pick up on the slight magic a witch gives off regardless if she's using any power at the moment."

    "How do you know all of this?"

    "Who do you think they tested them on?" Sarna sighs.

    "So they can contain a witch's soul inside one of those little platinum boxes?"

    "Well, they are more complicated then that, but yes. The soul has to be a weak one for them to use in one of those; though, mostly small children, infants." Sarna's face darkens and she sets aside the wooden toy.

    "So not a powerful soul?"

    "No, they wouldn't hold up to the corrosion of a more powerful soul. As is they only last a year or so tops. Nowadays the Order isn't exactly starved of a supply of young souls, though."
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:43 No.18383175
    do they use witch souls to power any on their other tech?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:43 No.18383184
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    Soul boxs
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)17:45 No.18383201
    Pripyat is a tracking facility?
    We're trying to infiltrate a tracking facility?
    Well shit.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)17:45 No.18383210
    If there is a subtle way to ask what different methods they tested on her so we know how it works do that, but if it seems like picking at old scars then avoid.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:46 No.18383217
    How do they contain the more powerful witches souls? Larger containment vessels?

    What would they use an extremely powerful witches soul for?
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)17:47 No.18383233
    Not "Well, Shit." Who would expect us to go after a TRACKING FACILITY. Most people would go after the HQ.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:48 No.18383235
    Nah, probably straight containment.

    Some things are too dangerous to fuck around with.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:48 No.18383243
    We need hard evidence on major soul locations, we need t know where we can find said info.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:51 No.18383274
    sup papa-n, just dropping by to say that whilst at first sceptical I fully enjoy this fine writefaggotry.
    since I'm a filthy eastern eurofag I can't stay to comment but I read the archived threads with great enjoyment.
    also about that VN, do you have an artist working with you or do you everything yourself? if you don't you should look into getting some, since you don't seem the be that good of a painter as the story deserves, if you don't mind me being so blunt. Not that pretty pictures are necessary, but it would be icing on the cake.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:51 No.18383275
    "Can they use souls for anything else, other then tracking?"

    "Well, not from what I've seen. I've heard some of the higher echelons of hunters can use them like a magic weapon of some sort, but that's complete scuttlebutt and I've never verified it." Sarna shrugs.

    "So how about containment for larger souls, stronger ones?"

    "Like mine or yours? One of those little boxes wouldn't last a day. You've heard of three mile island, yes?"

    "The blown out plant?"

    "The one no one wants to go to, yes. Makes a convenient place to store a lot of souls somewhere out of the way. That's just one facility I know of. The other is out in New Mexico." Sarna absently flips a pocket watch open and shut as she watches you.

    "...Area fifty one?"

    "Didja think it was aliens?" Sarna smirks.

    "How about Chernobyl?" You ask.

    "Interesting that you know about that... While I can't tell you for certain what's there, I can say that whatever it is, its powerful enough that the Order has an elite guard unit on it at all times."

    Your brow raises in surprise, this more or less confirms that there is something in reactor 4. Something big.

    "You're sure this place is safe..." You ask, suddenly feeling like you're out in the open and completely naked.

    Sarna points up at the concrete roof above.

    "Even their equipment has limits. Concrete, steel, they do a good job of masking magic power, as does lead and aluminum."

    >questions? Ones I've missed?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)17:53 No.18383304
    I don't have an artist. As of now I'm planning on it being fairly short and mostly back-story. I haven't had as much time as I'd like to work on it past the back-story, but I figure that might be more fun to do here rather then in the VN.

    At this point I'm not sure it will even have any art. Summer is going to give me a lot more time to work on it, though.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)17:54 No.18383312
    "Obviously they couldn't contain you in one of those boxes. If you had to guess where or how do you think they would contain a soul of your caliber?"

    Appease her with flattery, figure out what they do with souls larger, but probably not as large as kiara, win-win!
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:54 No.18383317
    how do I make and wear an aluminum foil hat without looking like a tool, insane, or an insane tool?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:55 No.18383329

    >Lead and Aluminum


    TInfoil hat is go apparently, fuck everything.

    Or maybe, we could just wrap our phones is lead-lined tinfoil?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)17:57 No.18383343
    Custom suit with aluminium lining along with a fedora with an aluminium built in.

    They put kevlar in suits, so I suppose it would be possible to put aluminium in there as well.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)17:59 No.18383370
    1. Buy fitted baseball cap
    2. Line with tinfoil (fitted so it doesn't have the opening at the back)
    4. PROFIT!

    Also see if she has any magic gear we can use, although having magic swords etc probably defeat the purpose of the hat
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:00 No.18383381
    Elite guard... do you have any idea of its composition? numbers, weaponry, training?

    And three mile island, does it have an elite guard as well? or is security mostly based on the idea of it being radioactive?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:02 No.18383394
    "Aluminum? Seriously? Tin foil hats?"

    "I know a guy who is going to love to hear that one."
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:02 No.18383397
    Tell me everything you know about Chernobyl. Also we'll be going on a trip sometime in the near future so keep your bags packed.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:02 No.18383398
    What monetary resources do they have? Platinum is fucking rare and expensive as hell and they're plating everything with that shit.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:02 No.18383400
    >without looking like a tool

    goddammit /tg/
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)18:02 No.18383401
    Say this.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)18:03 No.18383404
    Remember we have a Kevlar vest from our dad's cleaner.... Dunno how we've worn it under a Hawaiian shirt though. Maybe line the inside of that with tinfoil instead of the suit. Also I like the fedora idea over the baseball hat, chain smoking reds in a fedora is a must!
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:03 No.18383407
    Maybe it's actually really common, but we only THINK its rare because they're buying up all of it.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:03 No.18383412

    Unless they own a fuckton of platinum mines, which is highly likely.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:05 No.18383431
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:05 No.18383432
    they aren't exactly poor
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:05 No.18383434

    Atleast if she tells us that we would've found out their source. As it is I'm just hoping to find out where they get their fancy stuff from and how they can afford it.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)18:06 No.18383441
    I had a problem thinking of all the platinum they use as well... Until you assume these guys have had a control on the global supply of platinum since the crusades and that's why it's so rare. 98% of all the worlds platinum is being secretly consumed by the order, the 2% is what we all see
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:07 No.18383450
    "...Would a tinfoil or lead hat, by any chance.... Mask me from tracking? Christ I know a guy who is going to have a field day with this..." You ask, hoping you don't sound as crazy as you're pretty sure it does.

    "A tinfoil hat eh? Geeze big bro, you're different from who I thought you were..."

    "Quit teasing me!"

    "No, neither would do you any good. Magic isn't just in your head, its everywhere inside of you. I guess a full body suit might do something, maybe, but it would also hamper your power somewhat. I've never heard of it being done, to be honest. It wouldn't be too effective against a soul-tracker either, those little boxes. They can pick up on the slightest magical radiation."

    You sigh, sit back, and rub your temples. It feels incredibly WRONG that you are currently thinking up blueprints for not a tinfoil hat, but a complete tinfoil suit.

    "So where would they put someone of your caliber?"

    "You mean if they rended me?" Sarna asks darkly.

    "Err... Sorry but yeah."

    "Likely three mile, my soul isn't obscenely powerful, not like some of the old ones. Maybe Area 51, both are quite capable storage facilities." Sarna says as she flips a dagger end over end, catching the blade between her fingers.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:08 No.18383457
    "Are those places guarded?"

    "Heavily. Area 51 is the training ground for the elite guards, three mile is where they produce the soul-trackers for the most part."

    "What do they use for weapons, how well are they trained?" You probe for more info.

    "Platinum everything. Bullets, swords, grenades..." She ticks off her fingers, "Tank armor, body armor..."

    "Holy fuck, how do they get that much platinum?"

    "They've owned most of the world's stock forever now, and most of the mines. I'd say that they have probably ten times the civilian stock of platinum, maybe more."

    "They can afford all of that?!"

    "The church is hardly poor, bro. Not to mention how far they've infiltrated most world governments." Sarna frowns.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:08 No.18383460

    They can't get all their stuff from the church and stay secret. The holes in the books would be so large you could see it from space. There has to be some other sources.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:09 No.18383470
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:09 No.18383472
    >questions? Those I've missed?
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)18:10 No.18383475
    Would it be worth name dropping ruin? Just to see what response it gets?
    We don't need to say how she is connected to us however.
    >> Rubbish Soldier 03/19/12(Mon)18:10 No.18383479
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    Why hello papa, just to inform you I'm catching up on your new quest threads and I must say, they're awesome, I vill be closely monitoring this thread as well
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:11 No.18383485
    Y'know, I wonder how many men's lives she has ruined just for shits and giggles with the whole "Big Bro?" thing.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:11 No.18383487
    Do they have facilities that house only one soul?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:11 No.18383488

    Sweet, hope you like it.

    >oh god dat gif why have I never seen it before?!
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:12 No.18383496
    What about those older souls then?

    We're in tunnel vision mode on chernobyl pretty hard and there are plenty of other places no one ever wants to go that one could hide some souls.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:12 No.18383502
    which one was your waifu papa
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)18:13 No.18383504
    Deep six a soul into the Mariana trench.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:13 No.18383509

    So, the order likes to use nuclear reactors for this sort of thing. They use Unit 2 at TMI as a storage place since it's been shut down since 1978. I guess they used the clean-up operation as a cover to start moving the souls in.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:13 No.18383515
    These sound like good questions to me.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:14 No.18383520

    I reckon' Papa is enough of a DUTYBRO to not fuck us on going to Chernobyl.

    But of course he could always be Freedomscum.

    Or maybe he follows the Glorious MONOLITH!
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)18:14 No.18383524
    Chemical facilties where there have been accidents might be another option.
    Nuclear/Chemical/Biological weapon test sites perhaps as well?
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)18:15 No.18383529
    "Wait, three mile and area 51 house multiple souls? Like ghost busters containment field? Is there any place with just one super soul?"
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:16 No.18383537
    Bikini Atoll anybody? Novaya Zemlya? Yucca Mountain?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:17 No.18383545
    Shit area 51 to. that's going to be a pain in the ass.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)18:18 No.18383554
    Holy crap! Places where either US or Russia tested nuclear devices! Czar Bomba or whatever that huge ass Russia nuke was called is a good spot too! The whole world is covered in witch souls...
    *runs and hides in a closet*
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:18 No.18383557
    Do they have mobile soul platforms like sea tankers or 18 wheelers that are just on the move all the time?
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)18:20 No.18383573
    Tunguska might also be worth a look.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:20 No.18383578
    Wait. Waitwaitwait. What if Radiation has a limiting effect on magical power? Unit 2 at TMI was radioactive as shit for the longest time. Maybe that's why they use it as a storage facility. Reactor no longer being used, might as well put it to good use.

    I doubt they would use Bikini, though. Too exposed. Almost all of the ships there are no longer radioactive, and the atoll is open to the public.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:24 No.18383617
    "They've.... Infiltrated most world governments?" You don't like where this is headed.

    "To the point they own a lot of political leaders, yes."

    "Most... Political leaders?"


    "That means..."

    "Your current President? Order member. The last fifteen US presidents? Order members. UK parliament..."

    "I get it, I get it..." You rub your temples, thinking hard.

    "I'm not sure how to... Deal with that at the moment, so lets set it aside. How about these older souls? Places that maybe house just one?"

    Sarna listens to your question before shrugging.

    "Only place I know that has just one soul is the Hoover Dam. I don't know who's it is, either, but I know its not incredibly powerful, hence why there can be people around it. I'm sure there are a lot of places you wouldn't expect to find one."

    "Other possible locations?"

    "Any place built solid and either abandoned or guarded well?" Sarna shrugs, "I've always suspected that they've used pyramids as well, ones less known to the public... Sorry I don't have much else to tell you."

    "No, you've been a doll."

    "Well I'm just trying to help..." Sarna blushes before picking up an old tea cup and running her fingers across it.

    "Back to the tracking, do they have any mobile systems that they use?"

    >questions / ones I've missed?

    "Yeah, big ones." Sarna nods, "You call them AWACS."
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:24 No.18383618
    When you guys say TMI are you reffering to that powerplant in Japan that had that accident a couple months back? Cause shit, that is where my mind is.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:25 No.18383633
    Three Mile Island.

    Fukishima not really. Still active and all.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:26 No.18383644

    >supporting freedom
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:27 No.18383651
    god damn we have no idea what we are up against
    >> Rubbish Soldier 03/19/12(Mon)18:27 No.18383659
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    just something i picked up from /v/ and before you say anything... the KS/KS feel threads of yore were the only things that made me frequent /v/, now they're kinda crap and uninteresting, at least to me
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:28 No.18383668

    fuck yeah
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:29 No.18383673
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    Neither did Kiara until just now.

    I can just imagine the look on her face...
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:29 No.18383675
    What happened to the other people who you trusted? What did they do wrong?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:30 No.18383689
    Great, just fucking great.

    Fuck, we might as well ask about F.E.M.A and the lizard people too. Nothing is too far fetched now.
    >> Rubbish Soldier 03/19/12(Mon)18:34 No.18383752
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    Hanko was your waifus too?
    Mah Niggas!
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:34 No.18383753
    "So I assume you had friends, people you worked with and trusted? What happened to them?"

    "You mean the ones that didn't agree to work for the Order like I did? Rended." Sarna hangs her head, "I had a group of friends but I was the only one they even offered to spare, the others... They weren't powerful enough, in the Order's eyes."


    The two of you sit in silence for a few minutes as you think about what to do next.

    >Namedrop Kiara Y/N

    >Sarna should be a: Spy / Direct help

    >additional questions?
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)18:36 No.18383774
    >Kenji in the background.
    Don't forget the feminist conspiracy's Papa - N!
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)18:38 No.18383784
    Name drop ruin rather than kiara
    Sarna spy
    >> Rubbish Soldier 03/19/12(Mon)18:38 No.18383790
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    Indeed, one must be careful of the horrible conniving feminists
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)18:38 No.18383793
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:39 No.18383797
    Spy for now, we'll use her for direct help when we storm wherever Kiara is kept.

    Don't say we have her in our head but name drop Kiara, ask if she knows the name or any of the notable other names she's gone by, Lady of the Grove, She Who Thirsts, The One who Watches, Divine Kicker of Puppies.

    Ask if she is willing to put her life on the line for a chance to take these fuckers down wholesale.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:39 No.18383799
    Ask about F.E.M.A. We at least owe conspiracybro some info on them.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:40 No.18383815
    No and Spy.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:40 No.18383821
    Ask her what she knows about the older and more powerful witches instead of name dropping.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:42 No.18383838
    Ask about powerful witches from history, whether any of them might still be around or un-rendable or whatever



    Ask Kiara if she has anything she wants us to ask.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)18:49 No.18383923
    "So could this all be a part of the feminist conspiracy?"

    "The what?" Sarna asks.

    "The WHAT?!" Kiara adds.

    "Err... Just something one of my contacts was talking about... How about FEMA?"

    "Eh, FEMA? Well I know the Order is directly involved with them, but I'm not sure how. I know they use the camps for something, but I'm not sure what." Sarna shrugs.

    "Well my contact might be able to find something out. Seems like his... Forte. Damn is he going to be excited about that... How about some of the older witch souls, I've heard of a few like "Ruin" and "The Watcher", those mean anything to you?"

    Sarna perks up at the names.

    "Whoa!? Where did you hear about them?! Yeah they mean a lot to me, not every day you hear about the very lady the Order was created to destroy, after all."

    "So she would be a powerful ally?" You press.

    "Well yeah, I mean sure! But you aren't likely going to find her anytime soon, I'm sure the Order did one hell of a job sealing her away after rending her. I've heard it took a year just to separate her mind and soul..."

    "A year and a half." Kiara sighs, clearly not enthralled by the memory.

    "So any idea where her pieces might be?" You ask Sarna.

    "Wha? Nah, she was way before my time anyways. I'm not even sure if any current Order members are privy to that kind of information, other then the top dog, who before you ask I know nothing about." Sarna shrugs.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:50 No.18383936
    It isn't the Pope?
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)18:51 No.18383948
    Surprised our Divine Queen of Carryout hasn't said anything yet in response to all this, all her opinion of what a have been told and if it is worth destabilizing the world to remove the order now that we know they hold everything.. Our if we should just get her back whole and retire to an island somewhere
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)18:52 No.18383955
    Could the leader be the pope?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:52 No.18383970

    The Pope at this point in time is probably just a man with a fancy hat, nothing more.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:56 No.18384020
    You mentioned that pripyat has elite guard stationed there. Any chance that part of her is stored there
    >> redaeth 03/19/12(Mon)18:57 No.18384033
    So what do they get out of this besides denying the witches power? They must be able to offer something in return for all that support. If they didn't they would just let the souls die off.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:57 No.18384036
    Destabilizing the order won't get rid of the worlds leaders. They will still be around for the most part and still lead their countrys.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)18:58 No.18384048
    nice just got back from shooting and see this.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:01 No.18384095
    watch out for monolith snipers
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)19:02 No.18384109
    "what if I told you the watcher was in the process of reviving, do you think you could find other witches who might be interested in a revolution?". Don't need to tell her she is in our head, but we may get more help if the prospect of a god being reborn to overthrow the order comes up
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:02 No.18384112
    She knows as much as we do.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)19:03 No.18384128
    "Wait, isn't the current leader the Pope?"

    "Maybe." Sarna nods, "It could be anyone, its not like they would tell me."


    Sarna giggles before shaking her head, "No idea."

    "Think Chernobyl might be where they keep "Ruin's" soul? I mean, with elite guard being there, and all?"

    Sarna frowns, before shrugging.

    "Sure its possible, I guess? I've never gone looking for her, she was powerful and great but she never did get along too well with most witches, from what I read. As for the elite guard, they certainly have to be guarding something important, but I don't have any idea as to what."

    "That's because most witches are insufferable little brats with a superiority complex." Kiara snorts.

    "Sounds like someone I know." You say mentally.

    "You'd better be referring to this little girl..." Kiara hisses back, her tone dangerous.

    "So what does the Order get out of all this? Capturing witches and rending them? Wouldn't it be easier to let their souls just die off?"

    "I dunno, I'd always assumed it was mostly just religion that drove them. As for the storage of souls, why do you think they do it? A soul in captivity, cut off from the magic around them, is like a candle in an airtight room. It can only burn for as long as it has oxygen, after that..." Sarna closes her hand shut.

    "You're saying that the souls can die in captivity?"

    "I believe so." Sarna nods. "But even weak souls likely take hundreds of years to decay to that point."
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)19:04 No.18384152
    "So if "The Watcher" came back, think we could rally up some other witches to help us out?"

    "Sure, there might still be a few powerful ones still in hiding. It would take a lot of time to gather up young ones and train them, but we would probably have to in order to have enough power to do anything."

    "Good to know... Well anyways Sarna, I think you'd make a better spy then you would anything else right now. It would really help to have someone on the inside, let me know if I've got too much heat on me, that sort of thing."

    "Sure, I can do that." The little blonde nods excitedly.

    "Great. If you could do some digging, maybe find out about anything or anyone we need to start setting things into motion..."

    "I'll keep my eyes open!" Sarna grins.

    "And stay OUT of trouble!"

    "Easier said then done, but I'll try." Sarna says, sticking out her tongue.

    >more questions? Get going on a different course of action?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:10 No.18384211
    Part ways for now, make sure we have reliable means of emergency contact.

    Call conspiracybro, compare notes, and see if he has any more leads.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)19:12 No.18384231
    If we can't hide ourselves with tin hats or whatever, see if we can get some gear upgrades to fight other witches or high level hunters from her stash of relics. After that call up our conspiracy friend and head out of Chicago
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)19:12 No.18384241
    >"You'd better be referring to this little girl..." Kiara hisses back, her tone dangerous.
    She really can't handle being teased, we need to 'educate' her in this regards. It's for her own benefit.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:13 No.18384252
    It sounds like she might need some sensitivity training, or anger management.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:14 No.18384256
    See if Kiara wants us to ask anything else.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:17 No.18384308
    -anything here I can borrow?
    -anything ghostgirl wants to ask
    -establish means of further communication
    -get our own safe house somewhere;
    going straight for chernobyl is out of the question as we currently are
    -touch base with contacts
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:21 No.18384354
    Ask if Kiara wants us to ask anything else. If not we should call conspiracybro and swap info.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)19:24 No.18384407
    "Do more then try, don't get yourself busted, and if you are caught, don't squeal."

    "Hah, I won't rat you out big bro." Sarna smirks.

    "Good, catch." You toss her two of your spare cells. After she finds you some paper and a pen, you write down several more of your phone numbers.

    "We'll use these to stay in contact. Don't use the same cell more than once, and pick up more when you get a chance. By the way, you alright as far as money goes?"

    "Money? I can just mess with people's minds into getting what I need, money isn't an issue." Sarna grins.

    "Anything else you want to know, "Divine Queen of Carryout"? Or are we good here?"

    "...You really are testing my patience today. I don't require anything more." Kiara says as though bored.

    "You never seem to..."

    "Well Sarna, contact me if you find anything out, and I'll do the same. By the way, got any gadgets that might come in handy?"

    The little girl tilts her head back and forth in thought.

    "Maybe... Most of this stuff is just going to set off tracking systems, though... Here!"
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)19:29 No.18384454
    She reaches into a pile and withdraws a small pouch.

    "Interior is lined with lead and aluminum, clever guy I took down made it. Inside is dust, ground up magic artifacts. Toss this around and it will throw off tracking systems a bit, but do it at the wrong time and it could just draw more attention to your position." She says as she hands it to you.

    "Thanks, sounds pretty useful." You graciously accept the gift and pocket it.

    "Gave the guy who made it a few extra hours... I hope you don't need it, you don't seem too skilled at avoiding trouble, you know." Sarna teases with a fanged smirk.

    "Yeah yeah, I don't want to hear that from a little girl. I'll keep in touch, and thanks." You hold out a hand, which she shakes.

    "See you around, big bro!" She calls after you as you leave the warehouse.

    Once outside and back into your 'cuda, you snatch up a cell and punch in the number for the conspiracy nut. Oh boy is this going to be a fun conversation.

    This time, it's back to just one ring.

    "Hello?! Do I know you?!?"

    "Relax, its just me."

    "Ah, switching numbers man? That's smart, man, smart! Pretty good way to throw off FEMA."

    "Yeah I thought so too. You find anything for me, yet?"

    "Fuck man, hell yes I did! I don't know who it is man, but I found us a guy who says he's a pretty damn powerful ally! Didn't give me a name or anything, but said he's going to "jump in" when he thinks we need it. Said he doesn't want to play his cards too early. Dude seemed smart, and foreign."

    You grin, glad at the news that maybe, just maybe, you're going to have a bit of help with all of this.

    "Don't get too excited, it could just as easily be another trap." Kiara warns. She has a point.

    >what say/ask?
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)19:31 No.18384493
    I've found out something interesting.
    The mobile phone towers? They exist to track witches.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)19:33 No.18384520
    Tell him about FEMA and all the reactors housing souls. Our realization tin and lead hats don't work unless you wear a full tin-man suit, and that e lizardmen hold all political positions and our proof of it. It will blow his mind!
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:37 No.18384577
    Tell him about the cell phone towers, that the world is run by this organization and it's probably full of lizardmen.

    Try to draw more details about the mysterious ally we might have acquired from him.
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)19:39 No.18384595
    No no no. Tell him they exist to track those who know about reptilians.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:40 No.18384625
    Tell conspiracybro about F.E.M.A, cell towers, reactor 4, area 51, three mile island, and how deep the order has infiltrated the political establishments of nations.

    He deserves to know everything we do, except that we have a witch in our head.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:42 No.18384644
    mobile towers? used like radar to track witches
    three mile island? base where they use harvested witch souls to create tracking devices to hunt their enemies down
    FEMA? confirmed to be apart of the conspiracy
    tinfoil? not enough. need a full suit of that shit.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)19:43 No.18384659
    He is the one who refered us to the order playing as Sama, watch him be an Order handler leading us around.... But I'm still for letting him know what we know in his special code (lizardmen, FEMA, etc)
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)19:45 No.18384696
    "So get this, you know cell towers, right?"

    "Yeah man, yeah."

    "They use them to track witches, they can pick up on magic radiation."

    The line is silent for several seconds.

    "Hooo-lllyyyy-fuuucck man! I knew there were more to those towers then their cancer waves man! Fuck! Everything is lies, man, all of it!"

    "Yeah, but you are going to need more than just a foil or lead hat. From what I've found out, it would have to be more like a suit or something to block off their ability to track magic."

    "A suit, man? Shit, I've got to run to the store for supplies. I don't have any magic, but I bet it would work better to block mind waves too..." You hear stuff being shuffled around in the background, and what sounds like aluminum foil being drawn out.

    "Sure seems like it. Now get this. FEMA is in on all of it. The camps, area 51, all of it is related. Not only that, but apparently the Order has most of the world leaders in its pocket."

    You preemptively hold the phone away from your face a bit.

    "I KNEW IT! I FUCKING KNEW IT MAN! This whole time, I just KNEW that FEMA would have been in on this! And shit, man! They own the governments?! Well I guess I already figured that... BUT STILL!!!"
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)19:47 No.18384727
    "Yeah, we may be in for a tougher thing than we first thought. But for now I need info before I can do anything. Chernobyl, reactor four, you find anything out about it?"

    "Shit yeah, man, lots! So get this, apparently there was a group of scientists dedicated to just some bizarre experiments shit in the Soviet Union right? You ever hear about Dyatlov pass?"

    "No." You admit.

    "Well to keep it brief, I'm pretty sure the Soviets used some kind of magic to kill a group of skiers there. I figure they wanted to test it on something living, man. Not only that, but I've found a few names, the same names of some of the dudes that worked on reactor four, man!"

    "So you think that reactor four and magic are somehow related?"

    "Think? Nah man, I've pretty much found it out. Something big went down there, something huge. The Soviets were after something man, or maybe the Order was using them, but they were after something. I don't know what, man, but whatever it is, reactor four is the key!"

    >say/ask? Action?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:49 No.18384751
    mention three mile island coverup
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:50 No.18384775
    Mention Three Mile Island, have him dig more on Reactor 4 if possible, see if he can get any confirmation or denial on that being Kiara's location. It probably is but I'd rather not walk in with a maybe.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:51 No.18384786
    How could we get safely inside, you got any blueprints?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:52 No.18384804
    We need more allies.

    Maybe we should seek out another Dateline: OBS honeypot and make our sales pitch as soon as we get the other witch/wizard on the line, this time from far enough away that they can't sense us.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)19:53 No.18384819
    Well reactor 4 is probably way out of our league right now, unless we get a strike team from dad to help us go raid it... But that would take explaining some things to dad. May be worth the effort with the level of shit we've found ourselves wadi through. Don't wana say get dad involved unless others agree though
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:54 No.18384837
    Wait, how did this guy get the information on the girl witch again? She mentioned that it was the order who we talked to over e-mail, which means if he contacted them, he might need to be warned.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:54 No.18384842
    >The Dyatlov Pass incident refers to an event that resulted in the deaths of nine ski hikers in the northern Ural mountains on the night of February 2, 1959.

    >Soviet investigators determined only that "a compelling unknown force" had caused the deaths. Access to the area was barred for skiers and other adventurers for three years after the incident.

    >Investigators at the time determined that the hikers tore open their tent from within, departing barefoot into heavy snow and a temperature of −30°C. Though the corpses showed no signs of struggle, two victims had fractured skulls, two had broken ribs, and one was missing her tongue. Their clothing, when tested, was found to be highly radioactive.

    >12 year-old Yury Kuntsevich, who would later become head of the Yekaterinburg-based Dyatlov Foundation (see below), attended five of the hikers' funerals and recalls their skin had a "deep brown tan".

    >Another group of hikers (about 50 kilometers south of the incident) reported that they saw strange orange spheres in the night sky to the north (likely in the direction of Kholat Syakhl) on the night of the incident. Similar "spheres" were observed in Ivdel and adjacent areas continually during the period of February to March 1959, by various independent witnesses (including the meteorology service and the military).

    >Some reports suggest that there was a lot of scrap metal in the area, leading to speculation that the military had utilized the area secretly and might be engaged in a cover-up.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:54 No.18384844
    On that note, it might be prudent to warn him that some of the magic users might be moles/assassins like Sarna was.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:54 No.18384848
    >google Dyatlov pass
    That's some crazy shit right there.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:54 No.18384855
    Not yet, but something tells me the KGB and the Order would not have gotten along too well, so maybe he knows a guy who knows a guy who has a score to settle.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)19:55 No.18384867
    Don't get dad involved, it's not worth it.
    He would end up seeking to control kiara, which is something we do not want.

    And as for getting to reactor 4, how good are we with a parachute and night jumps?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:57 No.18384906

    >Six of the group members died of hypothermia and three of fatal injuries.

    >There were no indications of other people nearby apart from the nine travelers on Kholat Syakhl, nor anyone in the surrounding areas.

    >The victims had died 6 to 8 hours after their last meal.

    >Traces from the camp showed that all group members left the camp of their own accord, on foot.

    >To dispel the theory of an attack by the indigenous Mansi people, Dr. Boris Vozrozhdenny stated that the fatal injuries of the three bodies could not have been caused by another human being, "because the force of the blows had been too strong and no soft tissue had been damaged".

    >The inquest ceased officially in May 1959 due to the "absence of a guilty party". The files were sent to a secret archive, and the photocopies of the case became available only in the 1990s, with some parts missing.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)19:58 No.18384924
    Agreed. We need to find a covert way in to reactor 4. Obviously brute force isn't an option here.
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)19:59 No.18384942
    Looks like her soul really is in the former USSR.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)20:01 No.18384982
    Don't have to tell him kiara's in our head, but we can explain how this order controls everything and part of our new project he thinks we are working on requires us to night drop with a stealth team into reactor 4. He can supply us manpower, silenced weapon, and equipment and when we overthrow the world he can keep his business up
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:01 No.18384984
    "Seems like they have some kind of affinity for blown out nuclear reactors. Get this, three mile island was all a coverup so they could store witch souls there."

    "Damn man! I fucking knew it was all a cover! Shit, I bet everything is! Man, I think they took out JFK because he knew too much, man!"

    You aren't sure whether or not to tell him that JFK was likely in on it all, though he might be onto something with the assassination... Damn, he's rubbing off on you...

    "Yeah it might be. I've got to warn you though, that kidnapped girl lead you gave me was a honeypot. Almost got taken out but I got through it."

    "What?! Shit man, sorry about that! I'll have to be more careful! Guess its time to check on the integrity of some of my sources..."

    "Yeah, you may want to watch out, too. If you're contacting people like that, the Order may come after you."

    You hear the nut chortle a bit.

    "Let them, man. I've got three PKM's and two ounces of Semtex rigged to the door. Anyone tries to mess with me and their going to have a bad day."

    Well, at least that might keep him somewhat safe...

    "Back to Chernobyl, I have a feeling I might end up going there some time. You got anything that would help me out? Some blueprints or anything?"

    "Blueprints? Nah nothing like that unfortunately, other than the public record ones. I have a few contacts in the Ukraine, though. I can set you up with them if you need it."

    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:04 No.18385041
    >their going to have a bad day."

    they're going to have a bad day

    shit, gotta get it together
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:05 No.18385058
    You magnificent man you, I'd love your contacts, keep digging on Chernobyl, see if you can associate Kiara, Lady of the Grove, She Who Thirsts etc. with it.

    We're going to get to the bottom of this and blow it all open, everyone who ever thought we were crazy will know the truth once we're through.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:06 No.18385067
    Ask for the info on his contacts. Tell him to keep up the good work.
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)20:07 No.18385089
    Get his contacts. This is one fucking well connected nutcase.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:10 No.18385136
    How safe are those contacts? If they are good then hook us up.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:11 No.18385149
    Well, all he does is root around conspiracies all day erry day. And considering there's a REAL one going one, he's probably made a lot of legitimate headway into it.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:12 No.18385163
    Get his contacts just in case something bad happens to him.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:13 No.18385166
    >I've seen another, a younger man then you by a bit... He's the most powerful wizard I've ever seen.
    how old is conspiracybro, again?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:14 No.18385185
    "Yeah, I could use those contacts. They tough guys or what?"

    "Tough guys? Nah, but they are smart and crafty. They also know a lot of people man, a LOT of people. Here..." He gives you a few numbers and emails, which you pull off of the road to scribble down.

    "They won't be much use in any kind of fight, if that's what you're planning man. But they can help you get things, or go places. Within reason, anyways, they are pretty dirt poor..."

    "No problem, thanks for the info." You start driving again.

    "Anyways, keep up the search for anything about Chernobyl, reactor four, anything that might be related. Keep an eye out for anything referring to..." You give him the titles that Kiara's gone by.

    "Right man, anything else?"

    "No that should be it for now. We're going to blow this whole thing wide open."

    "Hell yeah man, just watch my grandma call me crazy after THIS!"


    You hear him hang up the phone.

    "Seems like your soul might be... ~Back in the USS....~"

    "Shut up! I heard you sing enough last time!" Kiara cuts you off to complain.

    You keep singing, despite her aggravated yells. She may not want to admit it, but its keeping her entertained, somewhat, you can tell.

    "No, its annoying!"

    Oh yeah, you can tell.

    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:17 No.18385218
    Secure a place to spend the night. Follow up with that professor guy maybe.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:18 No.18385232
    find a safehouse for the night. concrete is key.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:19 No.18385245

    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)20:19 No.18385247
    Find the funkiest radio station we can and groove out.
    Failing that, find a secure place for the night. Preferably somewhere with a lot of steel and concrete between us and the outside world.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:19 No.18385259
    Sing along, get some serious duets and harmonies going.

    Find somewhere concrete and thick and preferably a bit underground to stay for the night.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:20 No.18385271
    >ancient and terrible immortal bound in our head
    >troll it with songs
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:25 No.18385348
    Seconding these.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:27 No.18385386
    I wonder how she would handle some Good Ol' Daft Punk eh?

    fucking Manuel won't leave me alone.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)20:29 No.18385412
    Well maybe she is human after all
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:33 No.18385468
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    Fuck, are you me bro?

    Haven't been able to get them out of my head lately either.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:33 No.18385469
    "I figure we should find some kind of safehouse, some place to lay low for the night at least."

    "Seems like a sound plan. Though I don't fancy sleeping on concrete."

    "Huh? I'm the one who would have to do that..."

    "And I can feel things through you, mortal."

    While, its true that you don't want to exactly spend the night snoozing on a warehouse or factory floor. Not to mention those places are likely crawling with homeless.

    Or people who want to steal your kidneys.

    You rather like your kidneys...

    "Can you regrow my organs?" You ask Kiara.

    "Like this? Not very well. With my soul? It would be a non-issue." She sighs as though you should have known this by now.

    You switch the track to "Da Funk" as you drive around trying to figure out where you should crash for the day. You don't doubt your dad would know (or own) someplace nearby that would fit the bill. At the same time, though it would certainly be less accommodating, you can probably bust in to an old abandoned place and just lay out.

    "This music doing anything for you?" You grin through a cigarette.

    "Certainly better then you singing..." She retorts, and you can almost imagine her trying to look bored and aloof but tapping her foot to the beat nonetheless.

    "Quit daydreaming about me, its disgusting."


    >Call up dad for safehouse? Try to find some place of your own? Something else?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:36 No.18385520
    I'd rather not have to call up dad for this, we don't want to bring his favors in often. Try to find somewhere on our own, a motel with a subbasement level or an empty office building with a basement and we can make a bed out of something.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)20:36 No.18385524
    We'll find our own place.
    If nothing else, a storm drain would do it. Though that should be a last resort.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:37 No.18385538
    find a parking garage with a sublevel, maybe. one night of camping out in the car wouldn't hurt.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:39 No.18385549
    Cheap motels always work. But spending the night in a parking garage or somewhere safe where we can steal wi-fi would be nice.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:39 No.18385550
    I don't think we should get our dad involved with this just yet. If the Bleeding Sword guys own the government, they own the DEA and they'd have the perfect reason to crack down on us publicly.

    Find someplace safe to crash, preferably away from the roads. Commune with nature!
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)20:41 No.18385569
    Last we slept in a car shit hit the fan, but a secluded parking garage would be the best bet with the concrete and iron of the car around us
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:42 No.18385583
    what if: aluminum plated RV
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:42 No.18385592

    What if.

    Lead Zeppelin.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:43 No.18385600
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    You clever bastard.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)20:43 No.18385602
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:43 No.18385608
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)20:44 No.18385610
    Both of them. At the same time.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:45 No.18385634
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    >Fall asleep waiting for new thread
    >Get some inspiration and start drawing when wake up
    >Miss the start of new thread

    Same drawfag here again. Tried to draw funky witch this time in groovy way.

    Hope someone likes this because I just missed the start because of this.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)20:46 No.18385652
    You are brilliant
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:46 No.18385659
    "I think we're going to have to rough it out for tonight, I don't want to get my dad any more involved then he already is." You tell Kiara as you scan the area around you.

    You hear the witch sigh, as though just giving in.

    After an hour of driving through very shady neighborhoods, you end up feeling too uncomfortable just to park your car and expect it to be there intact when you wake up.

    Instead, you happen upon a rather new and stout parking garage. Not only that, but it's automated, no worker interaction required.

    Parking the 'cuda and slapping a few bills into the machine, you put the "PAID" sticker inside the window and head out in search for a bathroom.

    Which you find, and technically must admit that yes, it is a bathroom.

    "But not much of one..." Kiara laments, "You smell again, must have been from biting the asphalt all those times."

    "Not like you were much help until that last punch. Couldn't have magic'd her around at all?"

    "..." Kiara ignores your taunt.

    After doing your best to wash up in the sink, you make another mental note to grab some fresh clothes. Yours are dirty, stinky, and now quite a bit MORE ragged.

    Walking back to your car, you pause at the door.

    "I'm not going to... Wind up inside your dreams again, am I?"

    "It depends, I think I sealed the leak so you won't inadvertently seep into them again. Why? Don't want to see them again?"

    "Its not that, but I'd rather not see anything you didn't want me to see, I think." You frown, but open the door and slide in before reclining the seat.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:49 No.18385689
    I do believe you've got the funk, gotta have the funk.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:49 No.18385697
    Mind = Blown

    Its beyond groovy, and your art style is simply amazing. Your use of color... I just can't get over it.

    Somehow you've captured the groovy and put it into color. Are you a wizard?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:50 No.18385718
    Well, we know absolutely ONE positive trait of Last.

    He has a great taste in music.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:55 No.18385779
    "Well I think we're past that point already, aren't we?" Kiara asks, and you nod.

    "Yeah, seems like I've seen some things you would have rather left unseen. Though I don't hold anything I saw against you, I want you to know that."

    "I... Appreciate that, at least, mortal."

    You flick the days last cigarette out the window, watching the glowing cherry sail off into the muted blue light of the garage.

    "Though I guess you can read my memories, so you've seen some stuff..." You shrug.

    "I've maintained some tact, at least. I've left some places of your mind alone, places it seems you want to hide even from yourself."

    Resting your head on the cracked leather yet again, you recline the seat as far as it can go, which isn't terribly far.

    "I can show you them, if you want."


    "Places like you showed me last night. Times I wasn't exactly at my... Best."

    "I'll leave that up to you, mortal."

    You close your eyes, and fall asleep.

    >Where/what do you dream?
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)20:56 No.18385798
    Executing the traitor.
    Show her why we don't like killing.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:56 No.18385801
    we dream of electric sheep

    or workin for dad
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:56 No.18385802
    Yes, I am a wizard. My secret is to take out copic colour wheel and point at colours in random, then draw them in somewhere. Takes out the pressure from imagination when all you gotta do is make up a rule that you allows you to throw the dice for decisions.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:57 No.18385805
    My first thought was disco ice fishing but I think we should be having a more serious moment right now.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:58 No.18385823

    That one time we accidentally wandered into the morgue and saw our Dear old dad stuffing some packets of cocaine into a corpse's liver, for transportation services.

    Our dad owns Miami, we all fucking know he did this at least once.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)20:58 No.18385827
    Second... She slipped up and showed us the brutal death of Caesar, we can slip up and revist our dark past as well... Starting with training, then execution
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)20:59 No.18385835

    You'd better snag yourself a lead/tin suit.

    What do you use as a pad? I've been using my Prime and autodesk and it works well enough for my miniscule drawfag abilities.

    I've thought about looking around for a decent cheap setup if you have anything to reccomend.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)20:59 No.18385842
    Even the tables, we saw what she isn't proud of we're going to pay it back in kind no matter how much it hurts. Dream of our early childhood days, barely noticing our Dad's illicit activities, only seeing him as an awesome dad and the warmth of our mothers embrace.

    Move on to when we got an inkling of knowing what he did but we weren't really involved.

    Then the heavy stuff, us getting trained in the family business, learning the trade, our Mother dying and us executing the traitor. I don't remember which one was first. Then how we left that life.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:04 No.18385913
    something that fleshes out dad as a character.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)21:04 No.18385920
    Oh and how we witnessed our mom getting blown up in the gang war! Man, last is gona have a horrid set of nightmares and won't want to sleep in his car anymore
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:05 No.18385930
    Add to these suggestions when we left our father and our old life behind. Maybe mix in how shitty our life in the keys was.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:05 No.18385931
    Pen and graph paper are what I doodle with, mostly. Or pencil, I ain't too snobby about that. Might be on napkin, too.

    For computer I got wacoms bamboo and the trial version of autodesks sketchbook. I like it and it seems to be cheap enough. Might even buy it once the trial days are over.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:07 No.18385973
    "Where are we, mortal?" Kiara asks, "Also, I swear...."

    You're headed to a dark place, so you had to give yourself a bit of fun first. Kiara is glaring daggers at you, dressed in a frilly victorian maid style outfit. She wings the feather duster at your head, which you dodge.

    "Sorry, sorry..." You smirk, before seeing her again in her jeans that she wore last night.

    "LAST!" Your dad calls, beating his fist against the bathroom door of the small dock area you're standing in.

    "I'll be out in a minute!" You hear yourself shout back.

    Stepping through the bathroom wall is as easy as walking through air, and there your dreamself is. Fifteen, shaggy hair and beard, tattered skater clothes.

    Kiara watches silently as the young you puts his head back down and snorts, drawing up a line of the fine white powder. He shakes his head, rubbing at his nose, before opening the door and walking out.

    "Took you long enough. Bad burrito?" Your dad laughs.

    "He knew." You tell Kiara as you watch, "He just didn't want to see."

    The pair, father and son, walk toward the end of a long wooden dock. Its night time, on some far stretch of beach, no one around save some of your dad's men.

    ...And the man they currently have tied up, black bag over his head.

    The bag your father rips off harshly.

    "Please..." The man pleads, "Please sir, I have kids, I swear I'll..."

    Your dad cuts him off with a backhand to the face.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:08 No.18386000

    Ah. I'm using an adonit and the autodesk app which was like 5$ for android. Only app I've ever bought.

    I wish I had your kind of skill.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:09 No.18386015
    So we changed cocaine for regular cigar?
    i'm okay with that
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:09 No.18386021
    What I think we should build tomorrow is a faraday cage out of aluminum in the back of our car. That would let us hide our magic and sleep easier.

    Any thoughts
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:11 No.18386054
    We don't HAVE to show her anything. This isn't a "who's more fucked up" contest. Besides, I think the immortal witch would win.

    If you're gonna insist though, I vote for executing the traitor. It explains why we don't like killing and helps characterize it. Of course, it might be a better idea to not do this at all.

    Making her watch bad things isn't going to make her like us.
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)21:13 No.18386077
    Best life choice ever.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:14 No.18386105

    Its called bonding
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:15 No.18386111
    "Shut the fuck up!" He shouts, smacking the man again.

    The captive is making terrible pleading noises, blood now oozing down his nose and from his cut lip.

    "You fucking knew damn well what you were doing. Don't think I don't know you were about to roll over on me, that you weren't talking to the feds!"

    Your dad hits him again and again. Young you laughs.

    The little shit laughs...

    "Please... I won't give them anything! I'll run them around, I swear!" His voice grows horse as he sees your father accept a cheap .38 special from one of his men.

    "As if I could fucking believe one god damn word." Your dad shakes his head.

    "My family..."

    "Your family?! Your little shits of sons who take a cut off the top and think I don't know?! You'll be joining them soon enough." Your dad puts the gun to the man's head, but stops.

    He pulls you over to him, young you, young coked-up you.

    He puts the gun in your young hands.

    "You need to learn the shitty side of this family business one day." He tells young-you.
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)21:20 No.18386191
    Also, nice trips.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:20 No.18386197
    "Did you honestly think you could get away with it? Even after all you had seen of this organisation?"
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:22 No.18386236
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    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:23 No.18386264
    try more like

    'haha fucker im a dumb kid strung out on coke gonna waste your shit'
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:24 No.18386275
    "You want me to do it?"

    "Yeah, Diego taught you how to shoot. I taught you how to shoot. Now you need to prove you've got the stones to kill a man."

    Young you looks between your father and the man sentenced to die, and shrugs.

    "Well that's easy."

    A second later, the muzzle presses against the man's head.


    The corpse falls back, blood spraying from what little remains of the head. Brains scatter across the dock, skull fragments bouncing against the wood.

    "See, easy?" Young you shrugs, before handing the gun back.

    Your dad's men laugh, your dad laughs, young you laughs.

    "I thought you said you weren't a killer? That you ran from your old life because of that?" Kiara asks, clearly a bit surprised. You can see it on her face, this isn't what she had expected.

    "I'm not a killer, and I ran after seeing that was going to change unless I did something." You lean against a light post.

    "Seems like you've changed quite a lot." Kiara says quietly.

    "Torch this place, my son and I are going to go some place for some good chow!" Your father orders, before taking young-you around the shoulders. His face is one of a proud father, young-you, of a son glad to please his father.

    "I have, and I think you did as well." You reply to her.

    "What was the catalyst?" Kiara asks, leaning against the post right next to you, her shoulder against yours.

    "When I ran away, you mean?" You run your hand through your hair, "When they blew up mom."
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:25 No.18386290
    Aw hell.

    That's just mean.
    >> Arch-Magos Winter !!GgQN8rJg+y8 03/19/12(Mon)21:25 No.18386308
    Oh boy. Let's show her that memory.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:27 No.18386327
    Show it, we may as well get it out of the way, we saw way more of her than she meant, tell her everything.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:32 No.18386408

    MC remind me of Jackie
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:33 No.18386417
    Might as well show it to her.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)21:37 No.18386467
    He really kinda does.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:40 No.18386514
    "You want to see it?" You ask.

    "I'll leave that up to you, mortal." Kiara says quietly.

    You close your eyes, and when you open them again...

    The nice restaurant is in view, the place you and your family always liked to eat at. You see all three cars lined up next to each other, right in front of the place.

    Your dad's vintage Rolls, your own 911, your mother's Mercedes.

    Though you know exactly what happens, precisely how it all goes down, it doesn't make this any easier.

    "She was heading out first, wanted to watch a movie at home, she was tired from playing golf." You tell Kiara as both of you watch.

    "Dad and I were going to stick around, have a few drinks, talk business with some of the guys..." You notice Marco in the window laughing alongside your father and younger-you.

    Your mother, fit middle aged woman, dark auburn hair, starts walking down the stairs.

    "We don't have to watch this..." Kiara tells you softly.

    "I need to watch this."
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:41 No.18386519
    Your mother unlocks the car with the button, before reaching down and popping the door open. She slides, unaware, into the plush seat and shuts the silver door behind her.

    "Are you sure?" Kiara asks.

    "I need to remind myself of why I ran."

    The sound of the car starting is heard for only a moment. A solitary second before the world you knew changed abruptly, that quiet world where you thought you were safe behind your dad's tough guys.

    The explosion wasn't particularly large, it didn't have to be to do the job. The fireball is just enough to consume the front half of the car whole. Enough to make sure no one inside would walk away. They had pulled your mother out in pieces. Charred, black pieces.

    "Lets... Wake up." Kiara says, with a small grip on your sleeve.

    You open your eyes, once again staring up at the interior of your 'cuda.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)21:42 No.18386539
    I need to go get some gas for my morning commute, and some food. (gas station food, yey)

    Shouldn't be more than 45 minutes tops I don't think. I'll let you guys figure out the next course of action you want to take and I'll resume when I get back.

    Sorry, forgot I was on empty, and my stomach is in all-out revolt.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:43 No.18386553
    So, yeah, we're even. You see why I left that life, why I'm different from younger me. Because my mother, who was never anything but kind and caring died. She died because she loved me and my father.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:46 No.18386586
    Lets go to the hardware store and build a faraday cage.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:46 No.18386587
    look into picking up one of those aluminum RVs mentioned earlier, then find somewhere with an internet connection, get updates from who we can.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:53 No.18386667
    Aluminum features heavily in the construction of aircraft, doesn't it?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:54 No.18386680
    >implying the metal detectors don't double as magic detectors.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)21:59 No.18386762
    We Cessna now?

    Nah planes are expensive and actually kind limiting compared to cars what with the regulations.

    Airstream trailer with foil'd over windows might be cool, but I don't think the 'Cuda has a hitch, and I care a lot more about that car than our safety.

    Also satellite phone?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:02 No.18386805
    We could just build as an Aluminum lined box in the back.
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    those are expensive and for all we know they got the satellites tapped.

    Adding a hitch wouldn't be that hard though
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:04 No.18386839
    If we can make a faraday cage, that's not a bad idea.
    Work it into a roll cage for the car perhaps?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:04 No.18386845
    The problem with that one is that they can still detect you while it is being towed.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:07 No.18386885
    Aluminum sheeting around the inside of the passenger compartment of the car? Won't be full coverage but should give us some advantage.

    Also she said lead works, maybe get our hands on one of those x-ray jackets from a dentist or something.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)22:16 No.18387051
    at gas station. 3.99 and an empty 17gal tank. ouch this is goona suck
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:18 No.18387068
    I feel your pain bro.
    At least you don't have british fuel prices
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:19 No.18387081
    holy shit 3.99 is ridick

    what do you drive?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:24 No.18387136
    Look on the bright side, bro. You don't have to use premium.

    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:24 No.18387147
    the trailer could work, but its much easier to track and very noticeable. also fucking useless if we got to buggout.

    mabey see if we can borrow a bed in whatever passes for the local trailerpark
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:29 No.18387192
    Fit wire mesh into the lining of our car, make removable panels of wire for the windows, turn the damn thing into a faraday cage.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)22:34 No.18387265
    96 dakota with a looted chevy small bloc in it, it runs on waaaagh and more then its fair share of gas


    [ ] Faraday cage the 'cuda

    [ ] Get an airstream and faraday it
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:35 No.18387274
    I think it needs to be a solid sheet of Aluminum to work (and I don't want to risk checking).
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:36 No.18387290
    Airstreams are noticeable as all hell and traceable. Faraday the cuda as much as we can.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:36 No.18387293
    >A 1972 Plymouth Barracuda
    >Towing a trailer

    Guys, I think that's a LITTLE more obvious than I think we want to be. A cage in the Cuda works well, though.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:36 No.18387297
    [X] Faraday cage the 'cuda. WIth flaps that can come down over the windows and shit.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:36 No.18387304
    Faraday cage the 'cuda

    faraday cages screw with em radiation, from what we can tell witch radiation is similar, therefore it is worth a shot.
    And its not like we will be relying solely on the daraday cage.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:36 No.18387306
    Faraday the 'cuda

    airstreams are hella conspicuous (not that the cuda isn't but hey)
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:38 No.18387325
    So, uh, what is this quest?
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:40 No.18387352
    Papa-N's next quest, witch and zombie quest.

    We are dead, sort of. And have an immortal witch in our head, she needs our help to get her soul and body back.
    Oh, theres also a huge conspiracy spread throughout the world that hunts down and kills magic users and we have nearly been killed by them.
    And we're the son of a russian mafia boss.
    And the witch in our head is responsible for the collapse of rome and the black death.
    And funk is the soundtrack to life.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:41 No.18387363
    My favorite currently running.

    Basically we were a beach bum with a sweet car, got chained to an anchor and thrown off a boat because our father is a crime boss, drowned, met an immortal witch who is now occupying our head, and now we are plotting against an ancient order of witchhunters to get her soul and body back, with a fair amount of FUNK and laughs.

    Rest of the threads are in the suptg archive, look for Zombie & Witch
    >> "noko+dice+2d6" 03/19/12(Mon)22:42 No.18387373

    follow link
    have fun
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)22:44 No.18387411
    "Well now we've each seen each others personal shit show, so that makes us even." You tell Kiara as you light up the first cig of the morning.

    "I don't think of it that way, mortal." Kiara yawns

    You yawn.

    "Wow, been a while since I've seen sunrise..." You notice as you drive out into the dawn. It really hasn't been all that long, but it sure feels like it.

    "So what now?" The witch in your mind asks.

    "Now? Well I've been doing some thinking. I figure we rig up a faraday cage in here, make it so we can hide your magic and whatnot."

    "...You think that will work?"

    "Eh, worth a shot, isn't it?"

    "Maybe." Kiara says airily.

    "Something on your mind?"

    You hear her mumble something.

    "Sorry, didn't catch that, what?"

    "...Turn on some music..." She says quietly, almost to the point you can't hear her over the rumble of the engine. Which is strange considering she talks in your mind and not in your ear.

    "Hah, so miss "Destroyer of Small Boats" wants some music, eh?"


    "Alright, here." You flip on the mp3 player and drop some sweet funky shit as you head out to find some place you can pick up materials.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:46 No.18387444
    >Destroyer of Small Boats
    So she's the reason that my tender has disintegrated over the winter...

    Took her long enough to admit to liking the music, we'll humanise her yet.
    >> teka 03/19/12(Mon)22:51 No.18387511
    >catches up on thread.
    >cell tower magic detectors, witch-radar AWACS, worldwide superconspiracy.
    >well.. shit.

    all i can think if off-the-wall solutions.
    Sneak ourselves to europe with Sarna in aluminium coffins, get her to mind-wang some military grunt into firing a deckload of long range missiles into Chernobyl.
    pro: it might work, Might damage soul containment vessels, hopefully the soul would just sproing back?
    con: oh god more radiation everywhere, sorry ukraine+we get killed by spetznatz.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)22:53 No.18387533
    After driving around for an hour, you finally spot a place that will carry what you need. You hope.

    "So do I, I'd rather not waste more time."

    "This is hardly a waste of time, if it works then we won't be traceable anymore."

    Pulling in to the small welding and metal shop, you park outside and enter.

    A cue-ball headed man with a long black beard looks up from a motorcycle magazine long enough to grunt before looking back down.

    "Hey, you guys sell aluminum latices by any chance?"

    He sets down the magazine and looks up, eyebrow raised.

    "Aluminum what now?"

    "Grids. Criss-cross metal, you know." You try to demonstrate with your fingers.

    "Well sure, I guess." He hauls his fat ass out of the small chair and waddles out a door with a "follow me".

    You follow him out back and select a few large pieces. The way you figure it, you can just bend them into shape inside the car.

    ...Which proves easier thought then done.

    "God damn it, FUCK!" You exclaim as the metal refuses to bend like you want it to.


    "Ugh, here!" She groans, before gifting you enough power to let you easily jam in around the way you want. After an hour and some very choice words, you finally get it all in place. Well, it sure ain't pretty, but hopefully it will work.

    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)22:55 No.18387552
    Admire handywork, attempt to use cellphone inside car.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)22:58 No.18387587
    admire handiwork. test cage. drive on a ways then cover up said cage within your car. sounds kind of obvious.
    >> CellFucked 03/19/12(Mon)22:59 No.18387610
    God I love it, she is starting to humanize and enjoys the funk just like the rest of the voices in last's head. Actions, contract the people conspiracy bro told us about, our be a Dick and send a message to the professor with all the extra info we found out so the order hunts him for knowing it.
    >> teka 03/19/12(Mon)23:00 No.18387620
    rename the 'cuda Action Wagon.
    Acquire steak and eggs.
    Smoke. A lot.

    Can Kiara use the pre-flayed soul of another witch in any way?

    Bust the one from minimum-security witch storage at Hoover, get it to fly to area 51 and cause havoc/explode to draw more attention in That direction, while we head east and out of the country?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:05 No.18387710
    You look around the interior. It seems pretty solid work, for you. The way you constructed it makes it simple to remove to make it less obvious, but for now you are going to keep it all up, save the side and front windows, just enough to keep it legal.

    Pulling out one of your cell phones, you give it a look and notice it has no signal. Even when you try to give it a shot, it refuses to connect. Good, hopefully that means it will contain all of Kiara's magical radiation.

    "Feel any different? Can you read minds from in here?"

    "I still can, this isn't platinum you know. Hopefully it will just contain my errant radiation."

    "Yeah, hopefully." You agree before heading back onto the highway.

    "So now what?" Kiara asks after several miles.

    "What now? Shit, I hoped you knew." You shrug.

    "I say we head to the Ukraine, it seems like our best lead so far."

    "Yeah, and our most dangerous. An elite guard around the plant, guarding it? How do you expect us to get through that?"

    "We... Improvise?"

    "Oh yeah, now THAT'S a solid plan." You grumble. Still, she has a point. Chernobyl is your strongest lead thus far, though there are others. You could certainly go take a crack at three mile, the hoover dam, area 51...

    Whatever you decide to do, you are going to need a good plan going into it.

    >wat do?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:07 No.18387730
    Hoover sounds like relative easymodo, but if we hit it the rest will go on high alert.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:12 No.18387799
    I leave that one too open?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:13 No.18387811
    Good point.

    If they know someone is out to free witches souls they will lock everything down even tighter.

    Lets head to Ukraine and see what we can come up with.

    If we can't find a covert way in we could always look and see what we can steal from some of the old, and poorly guarded, soviet bases.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:15 No.18387825
    Unless I missed something they don't know that we have an uberpowerful witch in out head yet, we should probably hit Chernobyl before they find that little gem out. Where are we exactly? I think we should head to the nearest port city and see what we can dig up on boats to Europe, maybe this is a time we want to get Pops involve him being Russian and all.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:15 No.18387830
    We might as well check with Kenji one more time before we decide.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:15 No.18387833
    Guess it's time to see what Dad can do RE; smuggling us into and out of Russia with weapons.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:16 No.18387845
    Those places are serious Sword locations. They will be large facilities, complete with training, security, and command forces.

    We aren't going to walk in there and say we got lost.

    If we want in, we're going to need to pull some Mission Impossible shit. Shut down power grids, stage a distraction, infiltrate past an unknown number of guards and enslaved witches, ALL of whom can sense us and outfight us and know weaknesses that we don't know we have. All for a possible lead on a possible witch soul that we can't be sure is even Kiara's.

    In short, we are not prepared to pull this off.

    What we should do is find some Sword base of lesser importance and infiltrate and steal as much information as we can. Locations, names, floor plans, the works. Then we can get to planning.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:19 No.18387889
    >All three of the listed locations produce absurd amounts of power
    >Shut down the power grid.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:19 No.18387890
    This guy has the right of it.

    We need info. If we can't get any from our contacts now, Hoover Dam is our best bet. We don't need to knock the whole place over, just find one lonely office or guard to point us in the right direction.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:19 No.18387891
    Have we ever done any skydiving?
    You want mission bloudy impossible I will give you mission impossible.
    Sky dive ont op of the chernobyl facility, abseil down to the reactor. Improvise. If we can get the soul, we do not need an exit strategy, it is the exit strategy.
    And I guess some explosives to crack the containment.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:21 No.18387923
    No fly zone brohan.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:24 No.18387976
    I like how you point that out as the largest flaw in the plan.
    It is easily solved by making it a night flight in a light aircraft.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:24 No.18387979
    [ ] Head to Chernobyl. You'll have to devise a plan to reach reactor four without being killed before getting there.

    [ ] Crack into Hoover Dam. It doesn't sound as secured, and there may be information you can find there. Though you could set off alarms and alert the Order to someone seeking witch souls.

    Similar to Hoover Dam:

    [ ] Area 51

    [ ] 3 mile island
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:25 No.18387997
    Well, overload them then. I'm not an electrician.

    If any of the reactors are still functional, we could remove the control rods and let the reactor melt down naturally. That would free the soul I'm sure.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:25 No.18387998
    Wing suits brotowski, we can fly in from miles away
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:26 No.18388008
    Alerting the order that we are cracking facilities is possibly the worst thing we could do.

    Hit chernobyl hard and fast.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:26 No.18388020
    If we just get close to the place will she be able to sense her own soul? we could just get away with buzzing the US sites.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:26 No.18388025
    3 mile island is probably the least-guarded. Nobody in their right mind would want to enter a failed reactor.

    Ask Kiara if she can protect us from radiation, or at least heal us from radiation poisoning.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:26 No.18388032

    [x] Head to Chernobyl.
    Hit em before they wake up and really try to hit back!
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:27 No.18388045
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:31 No.18388106
    we could strike the lesser areas, area 51, three mile island and whatever else we can find thats important. misiles, bombs mabey rat out some tidbits to protest groups.

    basicaly use them as a distraction, stirshit up there and they will have to divert resorces to take care of it. like the ones guarding the reactor.

    for this we need two things, some way of observing the witch prisions and a big fucking "spoon" (to stir shit up)

    >bombs/rockets/misiles to the containment area
    >poision or otherwise compromise the guards
    >backup, goons, cannon fodder and mercs
    most of these are hard as fuck to get a hold of I think we will need help from crimeboss dad. and we will probably have to give him a info dump
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:31 No.18388119
    We could help swell our ranks by freeing the mid level souls at 3mi
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:32 No.18388125
    "So if we do hit one of these reactor sites, can you protect me from the radiation? Will it affect me?"

    "Hmm? Unlikely. If we fail you'll be dead before the radiation poisoning would matter, I would think." Kiara responds and it almost feels like she's trying to stretch out inside your mind.

    "That feels very strange... So you don't think the radiation would matter?"

    "Likely not."

    "Think you'd just be able to sense your soul if we got close? Make sure its you?"

    "I doubt it. In fact I'm sure it wouldn't work. Anything with that much platinum is going to shut down my powers, hard."

    >course of action?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:35 No.18388159
    Are you fucking kidding me with this wingsuit shit

    Take our fucking shielded car. Drive to the nice public dam, and look around for anything obvious or a lone guard.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:35 No.18388168
    >No powers at the reactors

    Yeah no way we can handle that alone.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:35 No.18388170
    >bust into Chernobyl
    >make way towards core
    >giant blue stone promising to grant our fondest wish
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:36 No.18388171
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    Gentlement, this is the target.
    The Reactor 4 Sarcophagus.

    If we can wingsuit/skydive on to it, we will need a way through it.

    >Reposting with the damn image
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:36 No.18388178
    If its in the hoover dam it is likely buried in the foundations.
    >> Brick 03/19/12(Mon)23:36 No.18388179
    Chernobyl will directly help us instead of just freeing some random witch souls. I say we go to Ukraine and see if we can find any high explosives.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:38 No.18388194
    Fuck we don't know she is there

    She could just as easily be in the fucking challenger deep or under fucking St. Peter's for all we know.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:39 No.18388206
    How do we know? All we know for certain is that it is another likely place where witch soul was kept. Might not be Kiara's at all.

    And can we even speak the language? We're much better off trying to sneak into 3 mile island or Hoover Dam.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:39 No.18388210
    It's our best bet though, and if we're going to set of a ton of alarm about freeing witch souls it's a good idea to start off with our best bet rather than a lower possibility one.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:40 No.18388214
    >she's trying to stretch out inside your mind
    So whilst we plan our assault on order facilities, she luxuriates in our mind? Sounds about right..
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:40 No.18388217
    Our Russian is passable.

    Still. Hoover first. We don't even have to get out of the car if it looks hairy.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:41 No.18388225
    Then don't free any souls. Just get information.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:42 No.18388239
    Looks like this one is a tough decision, eh?

    I can't even tell what one more people are going with.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:42 No.18388251
    Put it to a vote.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:43 No.18388261
    One vote for the Dam here.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:43 No.18388263
    But we would still be breaking into an order facility, which would put the others on a higher alert.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:43 No.18388265
    Coordinate with ken's yuro contacts, stage a protest/riot outside reactor 4 facilities, meanwhile we wingsuit in from as high as needed perhaps with jailbait backing us up, kill all guards silently while infiltrating, kaboom soul trap dd the fuck out via skyhook
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:44 No.18388269
    [ ] Chernobyl

    [ ] Hoover

    [ ] 3 mile

    [ ] area 51

    Put one of these ^ in your vote so I can tally them up easily.
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:45 No.18388282
    [x] Chernobyl
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:45 No.18388283
    [X] Hoover

    or anything but Chernobyl
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:45 No.18388291
    [ ] Chernobyl
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:45 No.18388297
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:46 No.18388309
    >[x] Chernobyl
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:46 No.18388313
    [x] 3 mile.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:46 No.18388314
    you afraid of a few anomalies, stalker?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:47 No.18388322
    [x] Chernobyl
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:48 No.18388347
    but scouting only, if we think we can crack it arrange a distraction(mercs?) and sneak in bring some sort of bomb or misile to crack the core RPG should be cheap considering its the USSR
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:49 No.18388365
    >[x] Chernobyl
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:49 No.18388367
    "Well, the way I figure it, we've just got one shot. Past that, they will be too on edge for anything to work. The way it sounds, no one's been ballsy enough to hit them front on in a long while."

    "So you want to head to Chernobyl?" Kiara asks, sounding surprised.

    "I think its our best shot, don't you?"

    "Hmm? This is getting interesting..." Kiara sounds like she's starting to get into it.

    "Yeah, I agree. Just have one problem, though."


    "How the hell are we going to get to the Ukraine?"

    >Well /tg/. You are a man with a witch soul in his mind, about 9 large to his name, and quite a few contacts
    >So how do you get to the Ukraine?
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:49 No.18388368
    Start a thread on /k/. Offer to bankroll an innazone trip for them. Use them as cannon fodder.
    >> teka 03/19/12(Mon)23:50 No.18388371
    [X] Chernobyl

    We go big or go home.
    well, scratch the going home part.

    Just think, if it is another soul that is anywhere near Kiara's level it will create a serious new incident. Thankfully we will be dead instead of feeling regret.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:51 No.18388389
    I say we bite the bullet and ask our dad to help us.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/19/12(Mon)23:51 No.18388393
    It would be pretty funny to have /k/ weigh in on this
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:53 No.18388413
    We pretend we're a lonely American loser going to Ukraine to find himself a cheap wife who'll be loyal forever in exchange for not getting beaten and raped every night. That's the cover story. The cover for our cover is that we're an undergrad studying radioactive areas, and Chernobyl is #1 on our list.

    When we get to the gritty underworld, we drop the top cover and come out with the second cover. It'll put us in contact with the undesirables who'll be able to hook us up with the gear we'll need.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:53 No.18388414
    We can probably scrounge up at least half a dozen idiots with ancient rifles that'd be up for some illegal exclusion zone exploran. They can cause a headache for the guards with their shenanigans at least.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:54 No.18388429
    Guys do we trust airliners?
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:55 No.18388445
    We need a way through the sarcophagus and into the reactor itself.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:55 No.18388446
    probably best to get the old man in on this, if I remember right he was ex-KGB so he might know how to get to Europe under the radar, as well as some people that can help us in Russia. We shouldn't get him too directly involved though, don't need the order knocking on the door of a crazy drug lord with a goddamn criminal army to his name.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:56 No.18388456
    Maybe but no fucking way are we going through Airport Security. If the TSA isn't a giant front for the order, nothing is.
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:57 No.18388463
    let's get into the right country first there sparky
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:57 No.18388467
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    If someone posts a thread on /k/ asking them how many would be up for a trip to the zone to free a witches soul from reactor 4 in order to defeat a massive shadowy conspiracy...
    >> Anonymous 03/19/12(Mon)23:58 No.18388481
    fuck no, if theres one place they can easily track and scan hordes of people its at a airport.

    1 fanatic with one of those boxes can skim their way through thousands of people in a few hours
    >> αlpharius !yJOmegoN4Y 03/19/12(Mon)23:58 No.18388494
    With a $9000 dollar budget and russian mafia connections

    I say do it, whats the worst they could come up with?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:02 No.18388554
    Ask dad for help. Hopefully his connections can help us.
    >> CellFucked 03/20/12(Tue)00:05 No.18388621
    Call dad, form strike team if we are going hard mode and picking reactor 4 first. With all that platinum we will be just a dude with no power... We need extra guns!
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:05 No.18388624
    get dad to set us up with some russian and ukrainian connections. former co workers in the KGB, friends and highly trusted associates to get us there. tell him its a personal matter
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:06 No.18388634
    "Well I'm not sure I trust going through the airport. I mean, those metal detectors and full body scanners might do more then just that..."

    "You may have a point. It wouldn't be difficult for them to set up at an airport, if they don't already operate within the TSA." Kiara agrees.

    "Well that cuts off the easy way. Damn..." You slump in your seat as you continue to drive. An airport, at least a public flight, isn't going to work.

    Though its not as though you don't know other ways to Europe. With nine large you could certainly hop on a ship. Your dad could probably get you over there easily, but perhaps not without questions...

    "Too many variables..." You groan as you try to think.

    "We're going to just have to pick one." Kiara sighs.

    >Take a boat? Ask your dad? Something else? How do you get across to yurop
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:08 No.18388666
    A commercial boat may require us to go through metal detectors.

    Let's bite the bullet and call dad.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:08 No.18388673
    Ask our dad it seems the best way to get to Europe without tipping the order off
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:09 No.18388678
    This is pretty much right up Dad's alley.

    We need a good damn reason for going to the Ukraine though.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:10 No.18388692
    ya, dad knows his shit with this. lets drop a explenation mabey pick up a side quest and get moving
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:12 No.18388716
    Dad, with the reasoning of picking us out a wife and reconnecting with our family.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:12 No.18388718

    its there
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)00:12 No.18388722
    Float the idea to dad.
    I am in favor of taking a ship. Cheap berth on a container ship means floating over in a somewhat-shielding metal box.

    Side note: shipping the cuda with us is possible in theory, but would be pricy. pops could help with that too.

    Just mentioning that for the sake of mentioning it. buying a cheap ukrainian pickup on arrival would be more sane.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:12 No.18388725

    specifically ask dad about how to get to the ukraine undetected, if he has any contacts in the area and people who can supply us. Maybe also see if he knows a way to get us some muscle?

    also contact kenji and ask him if he can find connections and resources we can use in the ukraine
    >> CellFucked 03/20/12(Tue)00:13 No.18388740
    Hate posting on a damn cell because my tethered laptop doesn't do secured webpages...
    Dad would love to know the "man" whose been busting his business also runs global conspiracy shit... Don't have to tell him Kiara is in our head, but if we are gonna go hard he might as well have a heads up that shit could come back on him. Now take the family jet, 5 "cleaners" with silenced weapons, infiltration gear, and Semtex, and let's go cause a global nuclear fallout crisis!
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:15 No.18388761

    also most freighters have cabins for people to rent out on trips. these are cheap but you need to bring your own food and such and the ride is bumpy. you can also do work if they accept it spare cash?) and they usually do not bother checking luggage

    >allowed prevedt

    the Prevedt is the name of the ship captcha?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:16 No.18388769
    You pull off into a McDonald parking lot so you can use the cellphone. It won't work with your faraday cage up, after all.

    "I hate to do this, but..."

    You punch in the number for your dad, sigh, and hold it up to your face. Shit is this going to be fun.

    "Hey dad..."

    "Hiya son! Whats new with you? Score any good deals recently? Well I suppose you'd rather not talk about that over the phone..." Your dad laughs.

    "No nothing like that."

    "Well its pretty unusual for you to call me out of the blue. You need more cash? Those crosses would easily cover that ten, though."

    "Its not about money, dad. And don't sell those crosses, not yet. I'd rather pay you back in cash."

    "Well, alright." Your dad shrugs as he pours himself a drink. You hope it isn't booze, it isn't even noon yet.

    "So what is it that you need? More guns?"

    "No, well, maybe. I need to get to the Ukraine."

    "We're Russian not Ukrainian."

    "Yeah I know."

    "So take a plane? You aren't on the no-fly list, are ya son?"

    "I need to get there... Under the radar, dad..."

    You hear a glass clink as your father sets it down.

    "Now just why in the hell do you need to do that?"

    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:17 No.18388775
    oh lawd
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:21 No.18388823

    large russian population in the ukraine actually

    anyways tell him its revenge. personal. someone close to you (make implications to mom) was hit
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:21 No.18388827
    Wait, wasn't there going to be a family reunion or something?

    There's our alibi.
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)00:21 No.18388831
    Lets see.. does pops still have a shred of romance in his soul?

    "you see dad.. there.. it's about a girl.."
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:22 No.18388841
    "That's another one of those things that I'd rather not talk about over the phone. If things go the way I hope they will, it'll be the most important trip I've ever been on. If not... well, I'll feel like an optimistic idiot." Briefly, before we die, but that part won't help our dad back us.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:23 No.18388847

    these together
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:24 No.18388864
    Fuck it, lets just tell him the truth.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:25 No.18388874

    and we can say its kiara once we have her all in one piece! say a very special lady was kidnapped!
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:25 No.18388875

    " ... lets just say someone made a mistake and owes me, and im going to personally collect whats due."

    >Catpcha, Georgian script is not cool to type.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:26 No.18388897
    I like the revenge angle. It would also help explain why we aren't giving him too many details.
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)00:27 No.18388907
    Ukrainian thugs stole our waifu and are holding her at Chernobyl. We want to get there and get her back. And kill them all. Add the killing part, he'll like that.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:27 No.18388911
    In Miami, not Moscow/Kiev
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:28 No.18388915
    Most important trip in the whole life.
    About a girl...
    Also, revenge.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:29 No.18388939
    And why under radar?
    So they won't be able to tell when we are coming.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:29 No.18388940
    "Well its about a bit of revenge, I have a score to settle."


    "...And there's this girl..."

    "Aha! You never could hide things from me. While I surely can get you into the country unnoticed, there are a few of my old KGB buddies still around the country I assume. I have a plane that I can get for you to use, one that won't trace back to us."

    "That's all you needed to hear?"

    "No, but its enough for now. I assume you'll want to keep it low-key so you will want to pick up a car in-country and off a private seller."

    You lean against your car, not really wanting to leave it behind... But it might be a bit conspicuous in the Ukraine of all places...

    "If I had to guess, you are going to need more then just a ride there, correct?" Your dad asks, and you hear more liquid being poured.

    Well, he might be right. Nine grand alone might not net you more than just a car and a few heavier guns, if anything. The nut said his guys weren't fighters, and your dad could probably get you some muscle, though you don't know how comfortable you would be working with them.

    >ask dad for anything else? Cash, guns, trusted gunmen?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:31 No.18388951
    >tablet dropping my trip

    Guess its back to the laptop. Pretty annoying bug, chant drops a trip after you post once, on my Prime anyways.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:32 No.18388964
    Can we have Diego?

    Or whoever that guy was from the beginning, he was good.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:33 No.18388978
    bit of cash, and some good men. they may be killers but fuck it, they will probably die either way.
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)00:34 No.18389004
    Fuck it. Ask for guns, explosives, and some people to contact for muscle. If he's helping us this much, we might as well go all in. After all, once we have kiki's soul back we're going to become a gunmage anyways.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:35 No.18389006
    Long story, it involves a large nasty organization with fingers in all of the pies out for me, a pretty girl I fell in love with, and a need to bring guns with.

    I know that the explanation is sparse but I'm keeping you as far away from this as possible, these are the nastiest people I've ever seen, you included, when I say stay the fuck out you listen.

    My plan for breaking in involves a good suit, platinum cufflinks or the like and a clipboard.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:35 No.18389019
    no men, at least none that aren't local. Too much risk and too many variables.

    We will need firepower and some hryvnia.
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)00:37 No.18389036
    borrow diego and count on his skills as a one-man army?

    I would hate for him to end up dead. Not just because he was a total idol when we were little but because it would be hard on dad's business.

    Diego is the guy we want pulling up in a smoking jeep stolen from the guards just in time to rescue us on the way out, not the guy who gets shot halfway into the sequence as a poignant touching moment about memories and loss where he reveals that it was his bomb that killed mom and it was an accident and he only wishes for forgiveness and then dies.

    that second thing, not cool.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:38 No.18389050
    "...if you can give me a way to get in touch with some reliable help- reliable enough to be willing to back me up in something really hairy- then I'll owe you one. A big one. And I know we're family, but I'm taking my debts pretty seriously these days."
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:39 No.18389066
    So everyone wants DOSH and guns, but... Need to narrow it down.

    [ ] Diego one man army

    [ ] Diego and friends

    [ ] Friends sans Diego

    [ ] Just guns, hire locals
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:40 No.18389075
    Diego one man army
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:41 No.18389084
    just guns, hire locals.

    we're not bringing diego in on this. he's too tightly tied to dad on what should be a covert op and losing him would be bad for dad's business. We may be out of it but dad needs his help.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:42 No.18389085
    [x] Diego one man army
    Hes good and we can trust him.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:43 No.18389095

    >[X] Diego and friends

    because we trust diego with our lives and it sounds like a badass episode of dora.

    mostly because we need ONE person we can trust, and kiara can mind read everyone else

    only downside is getting diego out alive...
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:44 No.18389108
    Hire locals. We're not leading a mafia hit squad halfway across the world to assault a burned-out nuclear reactor. That would be insane.

    Hell, it would be best to get guns on-site, too. Transporting things unnoticed is a pain in the ass.
    >> CellFucked 03/20/12(Tue)00:44 No.18389116
    Not sure if it applies, but he has a name! His survivability is far greater than locals... As long as he doesn't talk about getting married when the missions over I'm fine with just him and some good gear
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)00:44 No.18389117
    [ ] Diego and friends
    Let's bring as much to the fight as we can.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:47 No.18389141

    bring diego as an advisor and hire locals. thus we have superman backup and a great recruiter!
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:47 No.18389147
    >Full on tie

    Damn it...
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:48 No.18389150
    Diego one man army.

    They're going to outgun us no matter what, our best chance is to sneak in quietly and carefully while alerting them as little as possible to our entrance.

    Then once we're inside we snag the witches soul, Diego grabs platinum to pay for all this and we book it using magic.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:48 No.18389152
    go diego go!
    >> "noko+dice+2d6" 03/20/12(Tue)00:51 No.18389179
    [ ] Just guns, hire locals
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:53 No.18389198
    "Yeah, you may be right. I think I'm going to need some bottles, big ones. And, Diego if he's up for it."

    "Diego?" You hear the glass being set down again.

    "Son are you planning a revenge hit or a war?"

    "Just revenge, not a war. I'd rather not get into any running gun battles, but I'm not about to take any chances if it happens."

    "Right, hold on."

    You hear the phone being set down, and you wait, assuming he's going to ask Diego right now.

    "You sure one guy will be enough?"

    "Look through my memories."

    "Oh, well I suppose he might be..." Kiara says, sounding impressed.

    The phone is picked back up.

    "Alright son, Diego says he's in. Even if you haven't told us much about exactly what you're doing. He wants to know if you want a tank."

    "...A tank?"

    "A T-90a, specifically. He says the two of you would be able to run it, at least somewhat. Hold on... He says that or a helo... He might be joking..."

    >Do you want a tank or a helo?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:54 No.18389200
    Diego one man army. We can hire locals there if we absolutely need to.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:54 No.18389209

    Fuck subtlety. Helos are fragile.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:55 No.18389213
    All things considered, a tank would probably be best.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:56 No.18389225
    ...what kind of helo. this matters.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)00:57 No.18389240
    MH-6 Littlebird.
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)00:58 No.18389246

    Tank. And we shall name it Rex.
    >> CellFucked 03/20/12(Tue)00:58 No.18389251
    Tank sure would put a nice hole in that concrete wall, jokingly all for a bunker buster missile strike
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:58 No.18389252
    btw does it have any non standard upgrades
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:58 No.18389255

    ... yeah, T-90a is the better choice.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:59 No.18389259

    Should have said Hind.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:59 No.18389262
    "...well, a helo would help a hell of a lot with getting this done quickly. If he's willing to bring one, I'm not about to say no."
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)00:59 No.18389265

    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:00 No.18389272
    How armed?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:00 No.18389278
    Tank, because i don't think they'd expect someone to show up with a tank.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:00 No.18389279
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:01 No.18389293

    9K38 Igla
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)01:02 No.18389295
    The exclusion zone is an openly military-controlled area. So there is the legit security forces, who will alert the Shadow security forces. Better to flit in low and fast then grumble through the woods all day, getting filled with big holes.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:02 No.18389299
    Good point.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:03 No.18389316
    tank would be good if we weren't trying to be fast and subtle. Would be a good 'in case of emergency' option... but helicopter gives us more overall utility. Littlebird is the word.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:04 No.18389323
    tank+locals to distract them so we can sneak attack with a tank.

    also, if we bring a tank the locals will be far more emboldend
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:04 No.18389326
    2 × 12.7 mm (.50 cal) GAU-19

    2× LAU-68D/A 7-tubes rocket pods firing 2.75 in (70 mm) Hydra 70 rocket projectiles

    Diego custom: 2x AT-4 antitank rockets, bulletproof glass cockpit

    T90a Diego custom: Single man operation, reactive armor package.

    But I'm pretty sure the tank has won at this point...

    Official vote time

    [ ] Tank

    [ ] Littlebird
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:04 No.18389327
    40mph is fast enough when you have reactive armor.
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)01:05 No.18389334

    Also, we could have Diego fly us Over the complex. We tell him "ok, now don;t freak out and i will meet you at such&such place in 2 hours"

    Then we jump out of the chopper. Powah-Punch through the ceiling! What is the point of being a super-corpse if we don't act it?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:05 No.18389336
    Shit now I like the Helo more.
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)01:05 No.18389340
    [x] Tank
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:05 No.18389341
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)01:06 No.18389347
    [X] Littlebird
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:07 No.18389350
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:07 No.18389356
    also we should also give Diego some details, the more he knows the more ass he can kick
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:07 No.18389358
    [x] Tank
    because fuck subtlety
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:07 No.18389360
    [x] Littlebird

    Launch missiles, jump out, run in, free soul, and kill any soldiers left.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:09 No.18389368
    [x] Tank!
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:09 No.18389371
    but we can potentially bring the tank inside
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:10 No.18389379
    rolled 2 = 2


    This tie man.

    1= TONK
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:10 No.18389380

    Or it's slow and the Elites shoot tank busters at it
    >> Quartermaster 03/20/12(Tue)01:11 No.18389388
    [X] Tank!

    Because Fuck sublety, as on Anon said. Also, 120mm of HEAT is a mean motherfucker to ANYBODY.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:11 No.18389397
    The littlest bird.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:12 No.18389402
    That anon here, I have seen the light and it is a helicopter with two .50 caliber miniguns and rocket pods.
    >> CellFucked 03/20/12(Tue)01:13 No.18389413
    Place is covered in platinum, we need Diego on the ground for support, not in the air... While I like the speed assault of little bird, think tank or Diego +1 for a pilot who can get us inh and out
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:14 No.18389415
    {x} Littlebird
    Have some locals fly it as a distraction. We can sneak in with Diego on foot or in a truck.

    Also, can we grab people by the face and suck the life out of them? Like, to kill the guards we'll run into? Bullets we can probably take, so long as we can keep stocking up.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:14 No.18389418
    rolled 2 = 2

    Too much of a tie I think, and I need to crash soon as I have class early... So rawlin


    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)01:15 No.18389426
    >Also, can we grab people by the face and suck the life out of them?
    yeah, that sounds like a horrible thing for us to remember forever and ever. and ever and ever. and ever.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:16 No.18389437
    fuck you impersonating me
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:19 No.18389458
    It may come to that, though.

    Best to know we have the option and never need it.
    >> Quartermaster 03/20/12(Tue)01:19 No.18389459
    Papa-N if you're heading out soon, don't forget to get the thread archived.
    Also, props on running such an awesome awesome thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:25 No.18389503
    was me
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:27 No.18389516
    rolled 2 = 2

    "Well I know Diego would bitch up a storm if he had to stay on the ground the whole time, I know he prefers to fly."

    "That I do, kid. Got the bird rigged up with a halfway decent drone package as well, if I need to get my boots on the ground."


    "I don't know what you've gotten me into, but I hope I have enough ammo for it." The aging soldier laughs, but just once.

    He doesn't sound too stressed, maybe its because of his training, going in to places without much intel.

    "Well it seems like you two have this all planned." Your father chuckles.

    "I've got to make some calls, get everything ready. Going to take a good day or so, which should give you enough time to make it to the airport."

    "Which airport?"

    "Personal one I built a year ago, bit north of the Keys, I'll give you the directions when you get a bit closer."

    "...You built a personal airfield capable of landing a plane large enough to carry a tank, dad?"

    "Eh, seemed like a good idea at the time." Your father admits as he takes a drink.

    "Well I guess I'll give you a call once I hit Florida..." You grumble, none too enthused to have to make yet another long ass drive.

    "Great! I'll be there to see you off!"

    Your old man hangs up before you can tell him that perhaps is not a good idea. Damn, you may be able to talk to him over the phone but... In person it might be more difficult...

    With a long and loud sigh, you obliterate the phone, chuck the scraps into a trash can, and slide back into the 'cuda.

    Firing up the big engine, you back out and start heading to the highway.

    "On the road again~" You start to sing.

    "Damn it, mortal, no country." Kiara scoffs.

    You apologize before picking the player back up and loading up some funky beats.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:29 No.18389532
    >hit submit
    >lol error message
    >check wireless
    >no internet connections etc
    >hard reset everything

    Fucking Linksys
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:31 No.18389548
    ohh sorry
    was me
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:32 No.18389552
    >>"...You built a personal airfield capable of landing a plane large enough to carry a tank, dad?"
    >"Eh, seemed like a good idea at the time." Your father admits as he takes a drink.

    he may be a bit of a jerk at times, but he certainly is prepared.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:32 No.18389557
    Damn it, now I need to draw Diego once I get off from work.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:34 No.18389568
    Well, colour him. Screw welding aluminium, I'mma draw this whole day away.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:37 No.18389585
    Back on the highway again, you made sure the faraday cage was as up as legally allowed. Which will hopefully be enough to block the magic sensors on the cell towers so FEMA can't locate your position, man.

    "Fuck me I'm turning into HIM..." You groan.

    "Can't be too careful, never know when the space lizards might make their next move."

    "...Did you just make a joke?" You ask Kiara, nearly stopping the car.

    "Easy! Stay on the road!!!" She panics.

    You can't help but laugh a bit.

    "You might be more human than you let on..." You grin.

    "Tch, I'm merely bored, mortal." Kiara retorts.

    Going to be a long ride back to Florida...

    >question/talk for Kiara? I figure getting on the plane for the Ukraine might be a good start for the next thread.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:39 No.18389600
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    Oh yes...


    You have all of my sympathy. I bitch when I just have to weld shit on my truck.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:40 No.18389601
    "Ever been to the Ukraine before?"
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)01:40 No.18389603
    Did she ever have a lover/husband?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:41 No.18389608
    We asked that one before.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:41 No.18389610
    Are you likely to still have followers or worshipers? As in if I found the right people and said I have Kiara, Lady of the Grove, The One who Watches shacked up in my skull they'd give me help?

    What titles might you have acquired in Ukraine, are you Baba Yaga or is that just someone you know?

    You know about my family history and utter lack of romantic history, any husbands/lovers you want to talk about. What famous historical figure that you know do I most resemble?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:45 No.18389631

    These minus romance
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:47 No.18389645
    It's not actually too bad. Aluminium welding is dat bit different from welding black. Need to have a steady speed and angle else it screws the weld. Somewhat like drawing lineart with no eraser.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:51 No.18389670
    "Well "Slayer of Slayers, Slayer Boogaloo", ever been to the Ukraine?"

    "...Before it was called the Ukraine, yes."

    "You Baba Yaga? Eat some children?"

    "Folklore, mostly. There was a Ukrainian witch who went around devouring the power of young witches, but a few non-order witch hunters finally caught up to her and put her down quietly." Kiara sighs.

    "Got anyone left around that could help us? Maybe people who worshiped you?"

    "Doubtful. Any of them would be well dead by this point, and I doubt there are any immortal witches left old enough to remember me, certainly none we would find easily."

    "Right..." You crack your neck and keep driving, listening to the tunes for a while.

    "Ya'know, I've been thinking. You went four thousand years-ish without a boyfriend?"

    "I told you I've never had the interest for such frivolous things." Kiara scolds you.

    "...So I've got an immortal virgin stuck between my ears?"

    "Is that a problem?!" Kiara barks back loud enough for your eyes to squint.

    "No, sorry."

    "Besides, mortals were after my power, not my affection. I guess you could call them... Gold-diggers." Kiara says the last word, and you can instantly tell she dredged it up from your mind just now.

    "Gold-diggers after magic powers, NOW I've heard everything." You chuckle.

    >more questions? Call it a night?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)01:53 No.18389689
    I'm an amateur welder at best. If its good enough to hold the body of my truck together its... Well its never pretty but if it works it works, right?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:54 No.18389691
    Does she ever miss being "normal"? What exactly does she plan to do once she's gotten everything back?

    The latter may have been answered earlier, but I've only been involved since the previous thread.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:54 No.18389695
    Spend some quality time with the 'Cuda. It is going to be a while before we see her again, if at all.

    Tearful goodbye optional, but recommended.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:55 No.18389700

    Ask her why she's so determined to keep humanity at arms length. She is one of us.

    Or at least she was, and still has at least one foot still on the mortal side of the line.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:57 No.18389714
    Ask where she went after the fall of Rome.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:57 No.18389717
    Tell her that we don't love her for her powers, we love her for her mind, and when we get her body back we'll love her for that.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:59 No.18389728

    "That's a shame... you've never experienced a normal life. Ever."

    *Awkward silence*
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:59 No.18389729
    Yes, goodbye to the car.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:59 No.18389730
    Yeah that wont get us ripped limb from limb at all.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)01:59 No.18389731

    I like these. She strikes me as very much like a normal-ish reserved girl, no matter what else she might be.

    How would somebody react to watching the world change and people growing old and dieing all around her for thousands of years?

    Must've been a hell of a thing.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:00 No.18389736
    Oh hey nice to see that you are hear to speak for all of us anon.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:01 No.18389741

    That way a bad end lies.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:02 No.18389750
    As a member of a collective playing as one character the pronoun "we" is appropriate, regardless of your views of his choice.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:02 No.18389751
    no to all of that

    good god man pick that fucking spaghetti up
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:03 No.18389757
    >We love her

    That is some seriously presumptuous shit for him to decide on our behalf.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:04 No.18389764
    That's your view on his choice, the pronoun used is still appropriate.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:05 No.18389771


    Fond of her? Perhaps?

    But Love? And so soon?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)02:06 No.18389776
    "I don't love you for your powers, just your mind. When we get your body back, perhaps that too."

    "...Love me? Did you just confess?"

    "Well, I mean..."

    The car explodes into pieces right out from under you. You skid down the highway on the seat itself, spinning around and around and around...

    Just in time to see the approaching semi-truck

    "Fuck." Is all you get off before the front grill smack right into your head. Which, despite your Russian genetics, is a bit more punishment than you are capable of handling without Kiara present to help.


    "The fuck was dat mang?" The driver asks to the air, not sure of what he just hit.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:06 No.18389778
    The pronoun choice was not the part that concerned me.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:06 No.18389780
    Suddenly the motor coffs and dies.

    >open hood "wtf happened?"
    >spaghetti, spaghetti everywhere
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:08 No.18389788

    the HUE is strong in this one....
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:08 No.18389791
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    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:09 No.18389795
    "speaks for all of us"

    Yes it was.

    If you just objected to his viewpoints it should have been. "No love yet, too soon" or something similar.

    Instead you objected to him as if his vote overrode your own, which it doesn't.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:10 No.18389805
    Girl can't take a bit of teasing, it seems. Or maybe love is one of her insanity buttons.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)02:11 No.18389815
    You are Emilio, an illegal immigrant turned highway trucker! In your home depot hat and flabby 43 year old body, will you be able to stand up to the Order and put this crazy esse in your head back together?

    FIND OUT THURSDAY on Trucker&Witch Quest!
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)02:11 No.18389816
    Too soon?
    Too soon.
    We like the Lady of Stealing Candy from Babies. More may happen as time goes on.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:12 No.18389822
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:14 No.18389846
    He made a blanket statement, of the sort that would normally require group consensus, on his own without deigning to make a suggestion or discuss it with the rest of us. Homie thought he was runnin this shit and could pull crap like WE LOEV YOU outta his ass with no lead in.

    Wording is important in these suggestions. There is a difference between 'Maybe we should shoot the little girl in the face,' 'I think we should take the tank,' and 'TELL HER WE LOVE HER BECAUSE I HAVE DECIDED THAT WE DO'
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:15 No.18389851
    It'd be kind of difficult to not get attached to a woman who's inside your mind and shares dreams with you.

    Although this does seem kind of silly, going with the most out-there one-off response.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:15 No.18389856

    He's... he's joking right?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)02:15 No.18389860
    "So why does it seem like you keep your human side at arms length? Seems like you enjoy this music but you don't really want to admit it." You shrug and dig around for a cigarette.

    "Humans are humans, immortals are something else. Humans concern themselves with human things, things that for the most part get left behind when time is irrelevant. Humans too often seek to destroy that which they fear, regardless if there is any kind of rational reasoning behind it." Kiara sighs.

    "Not only that, but put yourself in my place. Why interact with someone when you know they will just be dead in for me what felt like an incredibly small time. Fifty years? A hear beat, the blink of an eye..." She sighs again, this time much heavier.

    "Far easier to avoid human interactions. No, mortal, I left my humanity behind long ago. I've little desire to rekindle it."

    "Seems like you never got a shot at a normal life." You shrug.

    "No one with magic ever gets to lead a normal life. It is as much a curse as it is a blessing, perhaps more so." She replies, perhaps a sad twinge to her tone.

    "Well I can't argue with that. We'll see if all of that holds up once we get you back together, I guess."

    The conversation falls quiet, and so you busy yourself giving your car a look-over. You concentrate on the feeling of raw power, poised on that pedal. The leather steering wheel wrapped tightly by your fingers.

    You love this car, maybe too much. The very thought of leaving it behind, while you go to the Ukraine, perhaps never coming back...

    "I'm going to miss you, 'cuda." You let out a fake sniff as you rub the dash tenderly.

    >anything else before I call it a night?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:16 No.18389868
    >Asked for what say
    >Provides a suggestion
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:17 No.18389869
    No. Just no.

    We've got her listening to music and making occasional jokes. She's not ready for real emotions. And if we joke about it, we'll just make her mad.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:17 No.18389874
    Call Kenji and Sarna and let them know we are going to be out of contact for a while. See if they've got anything more for us.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:19 No.18389888

    She needs a hug, and that'll be a hell of a trick in our current state.

    WE NEED NEW CLOTHS. Maybe not a fancy suit, but new cloths.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:19 No.18389891

    "Well, you're stuck with me. I'll be annoying you for all eternity Mistress of the corrupt bureaucracies."

    With a joking tone of course.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:20 No.18389897
    Nah, he's just got the wrong attitude, to the degree that he earned special HUE HUE HUE attention. Gotta get more cooperative in yer collective games and all.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:22 No.18389910
    Must be nice to have an intelligent conversation partner inside your own head. Or just an intelligent conversation partner at all.

    Maybe I should try being crazy for a while. See how that goes.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)02:24 No.18389920
    "Anyways, we're stuck together now, right? For eternity?"

    "Unless you choose to die, yes."

    "Guess that means you've got to get used to me being around, eh "Lord of Pencil Pushers"?"

    "Feh, I doubt it will ever happen. Maybe I'll just learn to tolerate you, like a yapping dog."

    "Yeah, we'll get along I think..." You grin, light up yet another smoke, and continue on your journey to Florida.

    Zombie&Witch will continue at 6:30~7pm EST (-4gmt) on Thursday!


    Noted, we'll call them up and grab some new digs at the start of next thread.

    I'm going to grab a shower and head to bed, but I'll answer any questions/etc from my phone before I crash, if there are any.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:26 No.18389927
    This, gotta get the latest news and Jenkins contacts ready.
    >> teka 03/20/12(Tue)02:26 No.18389930
    if we admit to anyone that we will be out of touch for any reason, it needs to be a lie.

    We are going to europe, So.. of course we tell them that we have a lead about The Sword in the pacific. Hawaii maybe, or easter island.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:28 No.18389948

    Idle curiosity of mine:

    What prompted you to try your hand at running quests on /tg/?

    You're obviously smart/creative enough to be an actual writer, doing books and comics and shit.

    I would play the shit out of a game module you designed.

    So... why? Why here, why us?
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:33 No.18389986
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    >good god man pick that fucking spaghetti up
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:35 No.18389997
    New around here I take it?
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)02:38 No.18390007

    Because I love /tg/ and knew it would be fun. Wouldn't be the same just making it a book, I like the interaction of quest threads.

    This universe is based partly on some long lost writefaggotry from my late highschool days, slightly anyways.

    Would it make a good book? Eh, don't think it would be entertaining enough without the players and their insights. Though I guess it could work, maybe.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:38 No.18390008
    Jensen? God damn autocorrect. I'm trying to weld, draw and write at the same time, you aren't helping!

    Meant to write kenji.
    >> Papa-N !!z0ABcqUnNAP 03/20/12(Tue)02:41 No.18390018

    I thought you meant Jensen.

    "I never asked for this feminist conspiracy..."
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:45 No.18390043
    And now Jenkins turns to Jensen.

    Wait a minute...
    Kenji Jensen, suddenly all the conversations with him turn to gruffy, manly voice voicing concerns about illuminati and all things that involve it.
    "I didn't ask for this... FEMA did it."
    >> CellFucked 03/20/12(Tue)02:50 No.18390068
    Ha I leave for bit to play monmusu quest (blame you papa for getting me started on it) and I miss a wonderful hue post! Was wondering where they went to our if this was gonna be a" serious" quest
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:51 No.18390075

    What makes that even better is that there WAS a FEMA conspiracy in that game.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:54 No.18390094
    Well build, scruffy man is swaggerly lounging in front of a huge collection of monitors, with pictures of witches, FEMA activists and illuminati members swishing around. You can see a collection of guns around him and explosive rigged door behind him.

    He takes a sip from his cognac, adjusts the tinfoil hat and gets back to info mining.

    >cannot unsee/unhear
    >I'm okay with this
    >> Dog Emerald 03/20/12(Tue)02:56 No.18390110
    Sleep has arrived to claim me. Good night Papa-N et al.
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)02:57 No.18390113
    Bitchin scarf too
    >> Anonymous 03/20/12(Tue)03:04 No.18390141
    Colourful, groovy scarf with bullet holes in it and tinted bottle bottom glasses.

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