Archive: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Harry%20Potter%20Nasuverse%20QuestTwitter: https://twitter.com/HPNasuQuest=====You are Harry James Potter, and you learned three months ago that you are a magus. You've tried learning the basics from your best friend - Illyasviel von Einzbern - but that put you in a coma for most of those three months. You think you'll stick to learning from her father, Kiritsugu, to whom you are apprenticed. Outside of the von Einzberns, you don't really have that many friends. You don't really like most people, and those who do wrong by you and yours you hate with all of your hatred. You've resolved to be a better person than your relatives, and strive to act with compassion towards strangers.At the present moment, you're being lead through a place called Diagon Alley to another place called Gringotts. The brightly colored stores lend the street an air of friendliness that contradicts everything that Mr. Kiritsugu told you about the world of Magi. It's all bright, happy, and chipper, and it seems to be putting your mentor on edge. Mrs. Irisviel seems worried about her husband's concerns, staying close to him for his sake. Illya, on the other hand, is staring at everything with wonder and joy, almost - but never quite - breaking away from the group to enjoy the sights.>Field Too Long
>>24440170You arrive at a larger, white building that holds the name GRINGOTTS emblazoned in gold above its entrance. Upon the great oaken doors, a poem is engraved in silver, warning against theft and greed. It takes a few minutes of waiting to come to the main counter, where a short wrinkly chap - a Goblin, apparently - takes Mr. and Mrs. von Einzbern off to the side to deal with their accounts.Another Goblin - Griphook - adresses you and Kingsley."Does Mr. Potter have his key?" the Goblin asks.Kingsley reaches into one of his pockets, and pulls out a small, silver key, as well as letter from Dumbledore. He gives the goblin both."Very well, right this way," he beckons you over to the back, "We'll take a speed seven Cart, to Vault 687t."You...>Ask if you can wait for the von Einzberns.>See if you can get Illya to come along, at least.>Go ahead alone.>[Other]
Harry James Potter[ATTRIBUTES] Strength - D+ "You're a wiry lad, built fo speed more than strength." Agility - A "You're fast on your feet and quick with your reflexes" Endurance - C+ "You're cousin's made sure you can take a beating." Intelligence - B+ "You're no genius, but you're smarter than most." Luck - B "You've got better luck than most." Circuit Quality (CQ) - A [13 Prana per Circuit] Circuit Quantity (CC) - B+ [26 Circuits, one of which has been opened]Magic Circuits Open - 1/26Prana Available - 13/13Wounds - 0/6[SKILLRATINGS] Academics (Mundane) [INT] - E+ Academics (Magecraft) [INT] - E[NA] Academics (???) [INT] - N/A Acrobatics [AGI] - D Athletics [END] - D Capioera [AGI] - F Cooking [AGI] - D Craft (Mystic Codes) [INT] - F Discernment - E+ Mystic Eye Lore [LCK] - E Origin Magic [CQ] - F Reinforcement [CQ] - E Stealth [AGI] - E+[NA] ??? [CQ] - N/A[TRAITS]Spiteful - Your stealth rating increases by 2 when you're out for revenge.Compassionate - Your healing spells cure one additional wound.[PERKS]Devil's Luck - You may temporarily reduce your luck attribute by 1 step to negate a critical hit against you.Practiced Runner - Your Athletics rating is increased by 2 when running.Multitasker I: Multitasking penalties to skill checks are reduced by 1.Mystic Eyes of Death Perception: You see the Death of things, and deal additional wounds when using a knife.??? - ?????? - ???
>>24440176>See if you can get Illya to come along, at least.
>See if you can get Illya to come along, at least.I've been waiting you glorious bastard!
>I wish I had a pic of Kotomine saying "ejoice, the best time of the week has come">See if we can get Illya to come alonghuh, where is everyone?
>>24440176>>See if you can get Illya to come along, at least.Oh yesss.
>>24440176>See if you can get Illya to come along, at least.>>24440468At this hour, most people in the US would still be at school or work.
"Hold on," you tell the Goblin. Illya's looking bored, sitting in the corner pouting while her parents go about the long and tedious processes involved with inserting oneself in the Wizarding Bureaucracy. "It's okay to bring other people down with me - right? I mean, Mr. Shacklebolt is coming..."Griphook frowns. "It is not... against the regulations, I suppose. Very well."You scamper over to the von Einzberns. Mr. Kiritsugu seems very engaged with the paperwork, frowning as he meticulously goes over each and every line. He's probably had to do stuff like this before, what with his old jobs for 'Old Man Acht.' You're not entirely sure what those jobs entailed, but they did involve going overseas, which you're fairly sure involves a lot of paperwork."Hey Illya," you whisper to her. "You want to come down and see the vaults?""Huh," she snaps her head toward you in suprise - she must have been daydreaming. "Yeah, sure. Better than staying up here in the snorefest, I suppose." She turns to her parents. "Pappa! Mamma! I'm gonna go down with Harry to the vaults, is that okay?""Of course, sweety!" Irisviel chirps. "Have fun."You grab Illya's hand, and bring her over to Mr. Shacklebolt and Mr. Griphook. The Goblin hurries the two of you into a bizzare looking contraption on rails, like someone had taken a gyroscope and bred it with a minecart. You and Illya get into the front seat - the Goblin and the Auror take the back. With a lurch, the vehicle starts, and you're shooting across the tracks at an... uncomfortable pace.>Roll 3d6
Rolled 2, 5, 5 = 12>>24440718>in b4 we vomit all over Illya
Rolled 2, 2, 6 = 10>>24440718
Rolled 2, 3, 4 = 9>>24440718oh boy, one of us falls out
Rolled 1, 3, 6 = 10>>24440718>The Gringotts part from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone vidya for PlayStation
Rolled 1, 4, 4 = 9>>24440718
Yesssss I've been waiting for this all week.Professor Chaos, you said you would be running on Wednesdays and Saturdays, can we assume that Saturdays aren't going to be happening given how they haven't?
Rolled 4, 6, 1 = 11Just to let you guys know, I've made an Ebook version of this quest, the link to the updated version can be found here: http://pastebin.com/kbGzcbDbNot sure if I should have included the statblocks though, or how often I should be including them in the Ebook.>>24440718Rollan'
You're doing God's work, my son.
[ENDURANCE RATING: C+ - 6][LUCK RATING: B - 7][TARGET NUMBER: 13 | ROLL: 9][SUCCESS!]Fortunately, the pace is not so uncomfortable that you lose your breakfast from track sickness - you turn a little green and feel a bit more nauseous than is comfortable. Hell, you're holding up better than Kingsley, who is politely engaged with Mr. Giphook about turning the speed down just a hair or seventy. It's Illya who fares the worst on this train ride."Is that a dragon?" she asks when she finishes throwing up over the side. "Because that looks like a dragon. That's sooo~ cooo~l! This has to be the best bank ever and-!" She turns green again, and throws her head over the side again. "Oh God, I just puked on a dragon."Her eyes light up."THAT IS SO COOL!"The ride ends, and you all step out of the cart - Illya taking a liking to your shoulder, as she hasn't quite regained her balance. Griphook gives you a speech that you don't quite pay attention to, about the vaults and their defense mechanisms and how if you break in you'll be trapped forever. You nod along, more concerned about the Dragon Illya threw up on being mad than the vengeance of bankers."Now, concerning your finances," Griphook says, "The Potter Vault is currently inaccessible to you, and won't be accessible until you come of age. If you desire, I can have the accountants prepare a statement of your family investments. Right now, though, the money you have access too is limited to the trust fund James Potter set up in your name."You...>Ask to see your trust vault.>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.>Ask for a brief statement of your net worth.>[Other]
>>24441115>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.>Ask to see your trust vault.We're 10, once we see the trust vault we'll have completely forgotten that there's more money.
>>24441115>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.I don't think we're the type to be that concerned about money.
>>24441115>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.Cool things plox.
>>24441115>>Ask to see your trust vault.>>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.
>>24441115>>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.>>Ask to see your trust vault.dese
>>24441115>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.>Ask to see your trust vault.I wonder how much could be inside?
GUYSWE'RE WIZARD RICHAND A MAGUSWE CAN TOTALLY MAKE THIS ECONOMY OUR BITCH!
>>24441254We'll add "Abuse the Magus and Wizard economies for Fun and Profit" to our to-do list, after "Create wacky Mystic Codes with the Weasley twins" and "Dotstab Dementors"
Rolled 5, 1, 3 = 9>>24441115>Ask to see your trust vault.>>Ask if your family left you anything besides money.Essentials, professionalism, etc
>>24441115>in b4 trust vault amounts to little more than a small roll of bills and a used condom
"Did my family leave me anything besides money?" you ask. Money is useful, you know, but it is far less important than the assets that one can create by using money. You have visions of fabulous expanses of land in the mountains of Italy and the fields of Scotland, secret tools that your parents had created, ancient mystic codes passed down from your forefathers."Yes, I had almost forgot," Griphook says, reaching for his clipboard. "Let me see, let me see. You were left a small handful of properties... a small block of apartments in London... the Potter Manor in northern Scotland... and the James and Lily Potter Memorial Museum is owned and operated by the Estate."He waves to a Vault, marked 687a. "You also have full access to Vault 687a, and the various artefacts found within.""What sort of artifacts?" Illya asks in curiosity.Griphook looks at you in askance."What sort of artifacts?" you ask, frowning.Illya pouts as the Goblin responds."Various magical and mundane items that have been passed down the Potter Family line since its inception." He says. "Mostly furniture, paintings, children's toys, and older editions of several ongoing texts. Most of the contents were removed from Potter Manor during the War, to keep them from being destroyed."You...>Go into Vault 687a>Go into Vault 687t>Ask for more details regarding the properties.>[Other]
>>24441315>Abuse the Magus and Wizard economies for Fun and ProfitHell given how little value a gold coin has in wizard society we could easily sell them for the gold in the muggle world, use those to buy muggle commodities that the wizard world would like but not really understand and we could make masses of money.
>>24441504>Go into Vault 687tgrab money, then>687aGrab books
>>24441517>make masses of money.
>>24441504>Go into Vault 687a
>>24441504687t, take out enough for our shopping trip and future expenses then 687a to check out the artifacts
>>24441528Would we really have the time to go over all the books though? We're already going to be learning Potter magic, and at this point we know almost nothing about it.I say we grab some money, and only grab books that look more like dairies or journals of our parents. Any books about magic are probably way above our level at this point. Maybe in a couple years we can take them and either read them ourselves or ask Hermione to explain them to us.
>>24441673We could leave them for Kiritsugu to take a look at.
"Alright..." you say, thinking. Well, you've probably got some time to take a look at at least some of your family's artifacts before you leave, but you figure it would be best to draw some of your funds out of the trust first. You might get carried away, if you spend too much time in the artifact vault. "Let me see the money in my trust fund, then."Griphook nods, and waddles over to the door marked 687t. A stroke of his finger, just so, and the lock clicks open, the mechanical clockwork within the door ticking away as each redundant bolt snaps back into place. After but a moment, the door glides open, smooth as the air, and reveals a rather massive pile of coins."Wow," Illya says, "That's a lot of gold..."Even Kingsley seems impressed with the sum, though he only shows it with a risen eyebrow."That's the trust fund?" you ask. "How much is in the vault proper?"You are the sole remaining Heir of the Potter Household," Griphook says. "A household, that I might add, is only slightly younger than that of Houses Malfoy and Black. Your ancestors were many things, Mr. Potter, but impoverished was not one of them.""Okay..." You say, "So, how much am I looking at, in pounds?""Roughly 90,000, if you deduct the predicted expenses for Texts and supplies for your education," he says. "It depends on how much the alloy we use to make galleons, sickles, and knuts is going for on the muggle market. You've about 10,000 galleons to spend until your tenure at Hogwarts is over."You...>Ask Griphook how much he would advise you taking.>Take 100 galleons, for now.>Take 200 galleons, for now.>[Other]
>>24442089>Ask Griphook how much he would advise you takingthese guys run the market, best get their advice and tak 10% more than they say
>>24442113Going with this
>>24442089People seem to really not want to respond to this choice for some reason. Ask Griphook.
>>24442113Yeah.>inb4 all 10k
>>24442230no one wants to be first to make a jew joke
"Huh," you trail off, your gaze returning to the mound of gold and silver and copper, not quite sure how much of it you should take with you for the shopping that you plan to go on with the von Einzberns. You turn back to the Goblin. "How much of this would you reccommend I take?""Well, that depends on what you plan on doing with it, Mr. Potter," Griphook responds. "Assuming that you're plan on going... shopping... today, I would reccommend you draw no less than 100 galleons. 150 or 200 might be better, especially if you think you might purchase... specialty equipment."You decide to follow his upper end, scooping 200 of the golden coins into one of the brown pouches provided for you at the door of the vault.[PERSONAL FUNDS: 200 REMAINING][TRUST FUNDS: 9800 REMAINING]"Harry," Illya asks, "Can we take a look at the artifacts before we head up?""I wasn't planning on leaving until we had," you respond.Griphook closes Vault 687t behind you as you leave, every bit as silently as he had opened it. Vault 687a opens in a similar manner to the trust vault, though its contents are much more wide and varied. Furniture decorates the room, paintings of sleeping people hang upon the wall, beneath which lie rows and rows of bookcases. In the back, there is a weapon rack, storing weapons from every era but the modern.You decide to take a look at...>The Books>The Paintings>The Alchemical Equipment>The Weapon Rack>The Furniture>The Armors>The Clothing>The Toys and Trinkets
>>24442546>>The BooksSearch for journals and personal stuff rather than textbooks. acquire a few of them and bring them up to Kiritsugu
>>24442546>The BooksKnowlege is always useful.>The PaintingsWho would paint sleeping people? investigate
>>24442546>The Armors>The Clothing>The Books>The Weapon Rack
>>24442546[x]books[x] weapon rack[x]Alchemical Equipmentbecause Einzberns are alchemists, right?
>>24442546Books (pick out some highlights to take with us), Paintings (paintings of sleeping people?), Toys and Trinkets (maybe find something we vaguely remember playing with when we were a baby).
>>24442546Who are we kidding? LOOK AT ALL THE THINGS!
>>24442684Now that you mention it...This.Have fun writing OP (:
>>24442546>Books>Clothing>Alchem>Trinkets>if time, weaponry
>>24442546Go with >>24442684, but focus more on books and weapons.Hmmm...>In the back, there is a weapon rack, storing weapons from every era but the modern.If Saber didn't win the 4th war and end the grail wars, we might of had a potential catalyst or two buried in there...
>>24442902>If Saber didn't win the 4th war and end the grail warsWho says the grail wars are over?
>>24442902>If Saber didn't win the 4th war and end the grail warsWhy would the grail wars be over? Kerry didn't wish to end them
You peruse the books first, searching the lines of shelves for anything that might clue you in to your family history and their possible development of a Thaumaturgical Crest. Griphook did say they were old, after all - perhaps they had some family magic they could pass down. You find some musty old Journals written by your Mother, Grandfather, and someone named Ignotus Peverell.[INVENTORY GET: Lily's Memoirs, Harold's Diary, Ignotus' Field Journals]While you were busy with the books, Illya spent her time taking a look at the portraits, going so far as to poke one on the nose. Much to her surprise, the painting - apparently of your grandmother - wakes up, and starts chatting with her. You catch a bit of their conversation as you approach."-rs. Potter since Howard Potter married Patty Peverell has been a red head. Or at least auburn. You might have a difficult time with him, deary...""Then I'll just keep the gingers a-" Illya catches herself as you come up behind her. "Oh! Hello Harry! This is, ah, your grandmother, Amelia Potter. We were just, ah, talking about you..."She turns a light shade of pink."Oh?" you ask. "What about?"Illya stammers out something incoherent, but Amelia takes over for her. "Why, those horrible muggles you've been living with. Lily was such a dear young girl, I'm amazed at how horrible her sister and her husband are!""Huh..." you mutter. You could have sworn they were talking about red heads... Then again, your mother was one, so...>Field too long.
>>24443072You examine the trinkets and furniture, some old memories of your infanthood coming back to you - especially regarding the big plush dog and wolf. You must have loved playing with those stuffed animals as a toddler. Oddly enough, the wolf's tail seems to have fallen off. You take a look at the alchemical equipment as well - though it seems a bit different than what Mrs. Irisviel uses. Perhaps Wizard alchemy is different from Magus Alchemy?The last thing you make your way to is the weapon rack. There are many more weapons than you could possibly examine in a single trip, but you can get a good overview of everything. Some look like display pieces, others look like regular swords, and a few look like they might be mysic codes.You examine...>The display pieces>The mundane weapons>The possible mystic codes>[Other]
>>24443090>>The possible mystic codeswell what else, duhThe mundane weapons are too much out of date to be of any use.
>>24443090>Sords>Mystic Codes>Extending blades that are attached under the forearm
>"-rs. Potter since Howard Potter married Patty Peverell has been a red head. Or at least auburn. You might have a difficult time with him, deary...">"Then I'll just keep the gingers a-" Illya catches herself as you come up behind her. "Oh! Hello Harry! This is, ah, your grandmother, Amelia Potter. We were just, ah, talking about you..."Oh god, once the Yule Ball comes in our fourth year we're going to be in serious danger.Check out the possible codes.
>>24443018>>24443032The only reason why the grail wars were ongoing was because no one won the grail or made a wish on it before it was destroyed. After the wish is granted, the grail shouldn't ever appear again.If it did appear again, it would be another 60 years after the last one, as Kiristugu didn't order Saber to destroy it this time around.Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't mind another Grail War after Hogwarts and we become a competent Magus especially if we can summon Moe Lancer, but I doubt there's going to be another war.Then again, I expressed shock and disbelif that Gilgamesh wasn't an arrogant prick, Arturia reciprocated his feelings, and Kirei didn't go full REJOICE mode at the end of the last war, so what do I know?There might be another war.
>>24443156>mundane weapons are too much out of date>Neither wizarding nor magus worlds have gone past sords and wands tech
>>24443178>>Extending blades that are attached under the forearmAnd lose our fingers when testing it?
>>24443201I believe the mundane weapons are sword/wand tech level
>>24443201precisely, making them rather useless for us>storing weapons from every era but the modern.Swords and possibly flintlocks ARE out of date, you know.
>>24443225Nah, I trust[ed?] that we've enough common sense that if there was one it'd be left there as a) we don't know how to use one and b) it's silly.
>>24443090>The possible mystic codes
>>24443261Well, if we did learn how to use one, it'd be useful as hell especially with the Eyes.
>>24443287nah, it would still be unwieldly as hell
>>24443328For point stabbing of things getting close and personal (werewolves, snakes, smug bbegs)
>>24443374I would honestly try to learn wandless magic to the point of being able to cast a simple, weak but precise stabbing spellor simply reinforce finger and POKE OF DOOM
>>24443420>HonestlyWhat would you do dishonestly, anon?
>>24443477...use an anti material rifle and C4 from a mile away
>>24443477I would dishonestly tell your sister I loved her, to get in her pants.
Eh, if the Grail's not all fucked up we shouldn't have to worry about a 5th War for a good half century. Let's just look over the good as we're a kid in a candy shop
>>24443578>look over the good>kid in a candy shopSo you mean we take everything?
>>24443529>to get in her pantshow kind of you to help change her diaper.
You take a closer look at the weapons that your inexpert eye believes might well be a mytsic code. There are all sorts of enchanted blades that the Potter family had collected over the years. A shortsword, that does not warm in your touch, so cold that your breath seems to freeze as you hold it. A longsword, whose blade catches onto magical flame when you draw it from its scabbard. A rapier that gave you an electric shock when you ran your hand along the blade. A spear that seems much lighter in your hands than a weapon of its size should be. A scimitar that looks to be made of some obsidian metal, a snake engraved into the flat of its blade.Illya takes particular liking to a simple warhammer, the sides of which are engraved with the symbol of Odin. Must be a germanic thing.A particular knife catches your eye from amongst the rest. Not because of any special power it might hold - it doesn't seem to have any - but because, unlike the rest of the weapons you see before you, you cannot perceive any lines of death around it. It otherwise is very simple, a dull greyish bit of metal, its hilt wrapped in leather and its blade forged of no particularly grand craftsmanship.It balances well, and feels... good... in your hands."So..." Illya grins chesire. "You wanna see if we can sneak any of these by Mr. Shacklebolt? I doubt he'll approve if we take any of them home with us."You...>Tell her that you think that's a terrible idea.>Tell her you'll try for one of the swords.>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the knife.>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the spear.>[Other]
>>24443420Why? Combine EoDP with an accurate target pistol. So much easier.
>>24443655>Tell her that you think that's a terrible idea.>Tell her you'll try for one of the swords.Take the Rapier.In that order.I would say knife cause it'll probably be easier but I would rather not go full Shiki.
>>24443655>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the knife.Fuck yeah, immortal knife.
>>24443655We need that knife!
>>24443655>Tell her that's a terrible idea>Tell her if she sits on your shoulders piggyback, we can sneak the spear out.We may as well go big. Besides, why death-poke with a knife when we have a ten-foot pole of death?
>>24443655>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the knife.>Apologise that you can't take the warhammer now, at a later date you promise.>Go look at clothes
>>24443687Do this but with a little extra.Try to sneak the spear out as well cause there's no way we could hide it, make a sheepish grin when Kingsley stops us. With luck he wouldn't think we'd gone for another weapon.
>>24443703>>24443747>>24443752Not the knife you guys :(I thought we didn't want to just be a Shiki clone
>>24443772Shit, good point. God damn shoulda thought of that.
>not looking for an extending knife thing that's strapped to your forearm and can be used as a knife as well as to stab things without palming it
>>24443786This is why I'm voting for electric stab machine.Maybe we can be british magic electric batman.
>>24443655>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the knife.Putting aside how we're we're going full Shiki here, a knife would be the easiest to sneak away with. Plus, if the MEoDP can't kill it, it's more or less indestructible. After all, if something doesn't have any lines of death on it, it's either immune to entropy, or our eyes cannot comprehend it.>>24443772Apologies, I don't really want to go full Shiki, but the knife is the most practical for us to wield, and it's the easiest to hide.now, if we had the invisibility cloak on the other hand, I'd fo for one of the swords to sneak out, and to always keep on us hidden under the invisibility cloak.
>>24443786Take the shortsword instead.The chill of death and all, you know?Also easyer to sneak by than a rapier and more usable in a chil's hands
>>24443791...You know, that's actually fitting. As in, you know, easy as hell to conceal under the robes, even with quidditch gear
>>24443655>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the knife.
>>24443655I'm >>24443703 changing my vote to >>24443687
>>24443858Practical, is the word you're looking for.
>easily noticeable chillingthing>not electric zappy thing that paralyses opponents
>>24443687How about this, we take both the rapier and the dagger, tucking the dagger into our skivvys.
>>24443838>>24443830>>24443870No love for spears and piggyback rides? fine... I'll go with the shortsword I guess...
>>24443655>Tell her that you think that's a terrible idea.>Tell her you'll try for the ScimitarSnakes are good, aren't they?
>>24443928i agreeAt least take a closer look at it
>>24443928*grabs scimitar*This is good, isn't it?
"Well," you say, "sneaking out this knife should be easy enough."Illya tilts her head at you, not quite understanding what you said."What knife?" she asks."This one," you reply, waving it in front of her face. "The one that I'm holding in my hand, right now.""Harry," she says, "You're not holding any knife... ooh!" She spots the spear. "We should totally try to take this out! You can give me a piggyback ride, and between the two of us, no one will ever know it was there.""Illya, that's..." you begin. "Leaving out the fact that I have a perfectly conceable knife right here, what happens when we have to get on the cart again? Or are you going to insist on sitting on my shoulders for the rest of the day, until we get home?""Well, I hadn't gotten to that part," she admits. "But still!""No, this is a terrible idea," you complain, as she pushes the spear into you arms. "It won't work, and it will be..."The spear shrinks. No, that's not quite the proper term - it does not become a miniature version of itself, as would be implied by the use of the word shrinks. It, for lack of a better term, collapses in upon itself, in some twisting, non euclidean manner, until all that remains of it is a short baton that you could easily hide in your back pocket. The weight remains unchanged."Well, that's interesting..."You...>Take the spear and knife>Take only the spear>Take only the knife>[Other]
>>24444127>Take the spear and knifeGod damn you making the Shiki knife so tempting. GOD DAMN YOU.
>>24444127>Take fucking both
>>24444127>Spear and Knife>Clothes!Also, instead of the traditional favourite that's Extendable Baton, we've got an Extendable SpearHooray!
>>24444127>Take the spear and knifeWe Diarmuid dual wield now.
>>24444127>Take the spear and knifeCarry a sword out brazenly as well. Clearly, Kingsley has foiled our clever plot by making us leave a sword.
>>24444127>[Other]Both and the Rapier.
>>24444127>take the spear and knifewe shiki-diarmuid now>also take a closer look at the scimitar please
>>24444165I like this.Lets also look at the clothes! We need to wear our grandfathers ye olde pimpidus coatus.
>>24444127>Take the spear and knifeAlso,>Well, I guess I owe you a piggyback rideThis turn of events validates my day. Hooray!
>>24444127>Take the spear and knifeA knife that only we can perceive? Fuck yes.Grab the spear too, that can be our main weapon that we always use, and the knife we'll use when we're disarmed.No one expects an invisible dot-stab shanking!
>>24444204>Well, I guess I owe you a piggyback rideFucking this
>>24444249>Grab the spear too, that can be our main weapon that we always use, and the knife we'll use when we're disarmed.I can deal with this, just so long as we don't go back to the knife for everything.
>>24443655>>Tell her you'll try to sneak out the knife.But we need a clever plan to do so, so what we do is try to sneak out something big like the sword, the short sword I would suggest, and also have the dagger hidden much better than the short sword so he'll notice the short sword, divest us of it, and then we'll be scot free with the knife.
>>24444282Put it in our pants and just tell him we popped a bonner, whatever the hell that is.
>>24444298What IS a bonner?
>>24444330A county in Idaho, I think.
>>24444127>[Other]take them both!
>>24444298>>24444330That reminds me! We must make sure to catch up on health class.
>>24444346I feel like it would take a lot more than a hidden knife to pop a whole county
>>24444370We should ask Iri about it, I'm sure she wouldn't mind
>>24444387Not to mention why it would be in our pants of all places.
>>24444387Actually if you could find the point the represents the end of that county we could quite easily "pop" it. Doubt our mystic eyes are high enough level for it yet though.
>>24444370Oh, yes there will be much delicious suffering to enjoyThe trauma, the ralizations...
>>24444411Does this mean we could kill the concept of North dakota?
>>24444415I love rejoicing, but what in the flying fuck is a ralization? Sounds like some sort of fruit.
>>24444393>all of Iri's examples are about Harry and Illya>Practical exam
>>24444415Nah man. People in britain don't seem to get the same trauma from learning about sex that you americans seem to from the posts I've seen. At worst we'll get somewhat embarrassed around Ilya (or indeed any other girl) for a bit
>>24444420And then they become one big Dakota?
>>24444447I think it would revert back into a territory. There might even be natives, man.
>>24444447hopefully.Actually, could we get rid of the savages in the Carolinas and their inferior BBQ?
>>24444420North Dakota is a fourth world country, so what would the point of killing it be? Mercy?
>>24444127>Take bothI swear to god, if we just took possession of the fucking Lance of Longinus Harry is going to stab a bitch.
>>24444483no, hurting the witness protection program.It's like Maryland or West Virginia (The traitors). you never know anyone from North Dakota
>>24444505That's because they are all poor as fuck Injuns
Wait - We can easily sneak out the spear and the knife, so why not go for broke and grab the rapier as well?
>>24444485Can we dotstab an EVA? Can we dotstab Evangelion itself? Can we dotstab the fourth wall?
"Well, I guess I owe you a piggyback ride, now." You mutter, slipping the baton into your back pocket and sheathing the knife around your waste. "You mind grabbing the scimitar? That way, we can make Kingsley think that he caught our attempt at bringing a weapon out.""Sure, sure," she says, picking up the black blade. "Now, onward, my faithful steed! To the old timey duds!"You sigh, picking her up onto your shoulders. She's a bit heavier than you'd expect for such a delicate looking young girl, and you contemplate commenting on her weight for the briefest moment. But that would be a horrible idea, as you're fairly sure her father has been teaching her the martial arts since she could walk. You appreciate the current status quo, where you are not being thrown about by a headlock, thank you very much.The old timey duds are, in fact, old timey duds. Very nice, no doubt highly fashionable, old timey duds, but old timey duds none the less. Everything is covered in frills and laces even (no, especially!) the men's outfits, and would not have looked out of place in a museum exhbit on the Victorian era.Illya, of course, is having the time of her life.A little while passes, and Griphook comes in with the notice that Illya's parents are on the last fifteen sheets of paperwork, and should be done by the time the cart returns. You...>Grab the most tasteful jacket you can find before leaving.>Tell Illya that it's time to stop oggling the dresses.>Realize that none of these clothes can be described as "Tasteful.">[Other]
>>24444528Do it. No guts no glory.
>>24444485is that code for Cuddle Illya and hold hands
>>24444528personally, i'd think that that would make the goblin suspicious. I suppose it depends on our bluffing?
>>24444546>Realize that none of these clothes can be described as "Tasteful."Why the fuck is there PLAID?
>>24444546>Realize that none of these clothes can be described as "Tasteful."Harry is a practical man, I mean boy.
>>24444546>>Grab the most tasteless jacket you can find before leaving.
>>24444546>Grab the most tasteless jacket you can find before leaving.
>>24444566well, it seems like it worked, though I dunno why we got the scimitar since nobody seemed to be voting for it.
>>24444546>>Grab the most tasteful jacket you can find before leaving.Who knows when an overly fancy jacket will be needed. Put it on Ilya as she's riding on us and use it to 'conceal' the sword we're smuggling out. We want him to think that he's so clever, catching onto our stupid kid's ruse when actually we're pulling one over on him.
>>24444546>Grab the most tasteful jacket you can find before leaving.>[Other] Tell Illya she can take a dress if she spots one she likes.With a little luck it'll be magical. Even without that, we'll have a swag new jacket. Also, Illya points.
>Realize that none of these clothes can be described as "Tasteful."The more stuff we bring, the more thoroughly we will be searched. Ignore the clothes.
>>24444546Grab the most tasteful jacket and get illya a dress
>>24444546>Grab a fuckawesome old-timey english longcoatC'mon, we'll grow into it and it'll be totally sweet.Plus, it'll help hide the sword.It'll be adorable too, because Ilya will be wearing it, during the piggyback ride... We'll be like a whole tall person. Fantastic.
>>24444627implying you dont want to do this with harry Illya
>>24444629The only one who will bother searching us is Kingsley, who has no actual power over what we do with the contents of our vault. Kerry will only approve of weaponry and Irisviel should be easy enough to persuade if we get Illya a dress of her own and promise to pose for pictures in our new clothes.
>>24444546>Realize that none of these clothes can be described as "Tasteful.">>24444602pic
>>24444651>DO NOT USE SPOILERS TO HIDE PORN OR ANY NWS CONTENT.Reported
>>24444670>Reporting your reportsReported!
>>24444637Yes.Hell yes.Hell fucking yes.
>>24444679> Reporting your reports of reported reports.Rapport.
>>24444651>>24444661>daring to report such filth on MY imageboardthere's a game students used to play in schools during my reign
>>24444637This is good. Yes. I like it.
>>24444683Can we yell "THE DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS IS HERE FOR YOUR SOUL" in broken English as we emerge into the great hall of Gringotts?
>>24444724Gotta keep up the Princess Bride references.
>>24444724>My Name is Harry Potter. You killed my parents. Prepare to die.
>>24444758HP Nasuverse Quest.50% Nasu50% Potter 100% Princess Bride
>>24444758STOP SAYING THAT
>>24444758If we don't do this line before finishing off Voldy I will be very disappointed in /tg/.
>>24444772Everything can be solved with enough Princess Bride.Everything.
>>24444700You are now aware that after Harry uses the spear, he will now qualify for the Lancer class.
>>24444804Hah, just thought of the end of the whole Harry Potter franchise.>He's only slightly dead!
>>24444829That's worse than a jinx man, don't even go there.
>>24444829We've got Rank B luck, though.
>>24444829>lancer>E rank luck
>>24444858Not if Ilya ends up summoning us as her servant, though. Although, now I'm not sure how I feel about that...
>>24444858>We've STILL got Rank B luck, thoung.fify.
>>24444838Mostly dead.Slightly alive.
>>24444868>not harry dotstabsahorocrux.gif
>>24444868>Not Rank E Luck in Action
>>24444897I cannot wait for the look on Voldy's face when we stab the horcrux within us without actually killing ourselves.Mystic eyes ftw.
>>24444916Let's not get ahead of ourselves, though. We have to survive seven years of Hogwarts first.
>>24444916>Stab self"Foolish potter, if you want to...die..so...">pull out knife, no blood>"Turns out my origin is literally death. what does your name mean in... French was it?"
>>24444858Actually Nasuverse Luck is the ability to escape fate, and since we are bound by prophecy...
"Fine, fine," you tell Griphook, "We'll be out in a second."You grab one of the less garish looking coats from the collection, a greyish blue thing with golden trimming, and give it to Illya to wear while she's sitting on your shoulders. The sleeves are much too long for either of you, and it hangs on her rather adorably. Slinging the sheathed scimitar over your shoulder, you walk towards the exit of the Vault much like a single tall person. You are greeted by Kingsley, whose face is torn between amusement and annoyance."No." he says."No what?" you and Illya ask, simultaneously."No swords." he says. "Harry, put the scimitar down. You can take it out of the vault when you're older, okay? But right now, you're just a little bit young for something that dangerous."You doubt that Kiritsugu would agree with the sentiment, but you doubt that the two of them see eye to eye on that type of thing anyways. You relent, putting the scimitar down, leaning it up right against the vault exit and making a gesture that looks like a promise to return for it one day. Illya pouts, giving you back the coat, and makes a few disappointed sounds for good measure.The trip back up is somehow much smoother. By the time you arrive back at the bank proper, Irisviel and Kiritsugu are waiting for the two of you to get back."I hope you two had fun," Irisviel says. "Now, where do you want to go?">Broomstix>Eeylops Owl Emporium>Flourish and Blotts>Madame Malkin's>Magical Menagerie>Ollivander's>Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment
>>24444977>Ollivander'sget ourselves a mystic code.Make it two, actually. and one for Illya. actually, two for Illya
>>24444977>>Broomstix>>Eeylops Owl Emporium>>Flourish and Blotts>>Madame Malkin's>>Magical Menagerie>>Ollivander's>>Wiseacre's Wizarding EquipmentAll of the above, but let's start with a wand. To Ollivander's!
>>24444977>Ollivander'sFirst thing's first. If our new Mystic Eyes of Depth Perception have altered our magic from canon Potterverse, it should show up here too. If not, we at least know where we stand.
>>24444996>>24444997>>24445007Man, Kerry is going to hate Ollivander's approach to mystic codes.
>>24444977>Ollivander's>Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment>Flourish and Blotts>Eeylops Owl Emporium>Magical Menagerie>Madame Malkin's>BroomstixIn that order
[x] Grab olde timey longcoatwe doctor now
Wands, then books, then trunksQuestion what time of day is it.Can we get advice on trunks and other storage.Will Kiritsugi help us pack. : )
As a child we have poor time management skills. We will need or adoptive parents or store clerk's advice on going to the equipment place.
"I would reccomend you all go to Ollivander's first," Kingsley says. "While your approaches to the use of wandless magic are without any doubt impressive, if you are not seen with a wand in hand, people will start asking questions. Questions that you two might not wish to answer.""Fair point," Kiritsugu says, and the five of you are off, into the 12 o'clock sun.Ollivander's is an old looking shop just a few stores down from Gringotts. The paint along its outside is chipped, and the wood is worn with weather and the passing of time. On its door, in peeling golden letters is the name of the shop. Ollivaders: Makers of fine wands since 382 B.C. That's near the end of the Age of the Gods, before the common era began and the power of the phantasmal began to wane. If the building is that old, you have no doubt the power of the artifacts created within."Welcome!" a voice greets you as you step into the shop. "I had a feeling that Mr. Potter would be arriving earlier than expected, but I had no idea that he would be bringing so many with him..." A frail shadow of a man steps forward from the endless shelves behind the counter. "Ah, Mr. Shacklebolt. 13 inches, ironwood, dragon heartstring. A potent wand for combat; I hope it is serving you well?"Not waiting for a reply, he turns to the von Einzberns."Curious... curious... curious..." he says. "You two are... different than most squibs I have come across. And your daughter is every bit a wizard like young Mr. Potter... curious..."You...>Ask what a squib is.>Ask how they're different.>Ask if you can get fitted for your wand.>Let the adults talk for the moment.>[Other]
So what's the betting this is what Kerry would see if he looked at a Boggart?
>>24445420>>Ask what a squib is.>Ask how they're different.
Yo man >let yo adults talkWe gotta gawk and look at all the things, brah. Where mah lines at?
Let the adults talk. Kiritsugi's got this.
>>24445420>Let the adults talk for the momentI'm curious to see how Iri and Kerrytugu will fill this in with their newly made Princess Bride cover story.Meanwhile, Harry and Illya can check out all the nifty things in the shop.
>>24445420>Let the adults talk for the moment.
>>24444758>Implying we're Inigo instead of Westley>Not challenging Voldemort to a duel to the PainWe already have a Buttercup. Shit is perfect.
"I can assure you," Kiritsugu says, "that my wife and I hold a magical lineage that dates back well into the fourteenth century. Neither of us are squibs, I can assure you."Ollivander tuts."Qwikspell can help in such matters, I suppose," he says, "but allow me to tell you a little secret that few know of. Squibs do not inherently lack the ability to cast spells or work magical artifacts; thus why so they are capable of viewing magical creatures invisible to muggles. Your core is as intact as any other wizards' Mr. Kiritsugu - it is simply the triggering element which you lack..."Kiritsugu lights up a cigarette with his thumb once more."Mr. Ollivander," the Mage Killer continues. "If I were not a Wizard, how would I be able to perform wandless magic?""That..." the old man rubs his chin. "Is most curious... are you saying that the trigger... hmmm... would you mind, perhaps, a more... advanced demonstration? Purely for my intellectual curiosity... if one need not the triggering element, then perhaps..."Kiritsugu obliges. You aren't quite sure what it is he does, besides wave his hand over the rusty bell upon the countertop, but when he removes his hands, the rust is gone. As is the decades of wear - it looks newer than new."Curious... very curious..." the wandmaker mutters. "Well, perhaps I should outfit you with wands, if only to see what you might do with them. I must say, you are the most... interesting batch of customers I've had in decades..."He strolls over to you."Now, Mr. Potter, which is your wand arm?>Left>Right>Ambidextrous>[Other]
>>24445887>AmbidextrousDual wield ho.
>>24445887>I don't know?
>>24445887Why the hell does Kiritsugu keep showing off his magecraft?
>>24445887>AmbidextrousWe hang out with Kerrytugu, if we haven't picked up ambidexterity he hasn't been doing his job right.
>>24445887>RightBut we trains ourselves with our left as well so we can do "I am not left-handed" thing later on.
>>24445887>AmbidextrousGotta be, we're the Mage Killer's apprentice.
>>24445887>AmbidextrousBecause if you can choose why wouldn't you be.
>>24445887>Harry "Two Hands" Potter
>>24445929So what's up with tg's obsession with the princess bride? granted, I've never read the book but the film didn't seem to be all that spectacular when I watched it.
>>24445957>I've never read the book but the film didn't seem to be all that spectacular when I watched itDie
>>24445957...Watch it again? I have literally never met anyone who dislikes that film. Ever. I have trouble believing they exist.
>>24445992>>24445981Never said I disliked it, was quite fun to watch but didn't think it was anything special.
>>24446020Well, I am sorry to hear that your inner child has passed, my condolences.
>>24445957I will find you and violate you with a broken wine bottle you tasteless sack of sewage.
>>24446043>implying your neckbeard aspie ass would even dare leave the house>>24446027oh, I get it, you need to be a child to enjoy it, thanks.I'll stop derailing the thread now.
>>24445887>RightWe can learn to use our other hand if we want, but I doubt we've had enough time to learn to use our offhand as well yet. We've spent most of our apprenticeship in a coma, after all.
>>24446097I bet you also hate discworld.
>>24446097You do know you're posting in a Harry Potter/ Nasuverse crossover, right? Calling anyone here either a child or a neckbeard is kind of hypocritical.
>>24445887Is there any downside whatsoever to choosing ambidextrous? If so, then we should pick left handed. People don't typically train to fight against lefties.
>>24446208I read a few novels as a kid and remember that I thoroughly enjoyed them. No need to jump to conclusions, here I was thinking /tg/ was one of the less cunty boards.
"Ummm..." you hesistate for a second. "Both? I mean, left was my dominant hand, back when I had one, but that was a good long while ago and I hardly remember it." The Dursleys had taken much effort to beat that extra bit of freakishness out of you when you were young, though it didn't quite take."Right it is then," Ollivander says, taking a measure of your arm... and letting the meauring tape continue on its own. "Every witch and wizard is born with a particular affinity for the two sides of magic. Those born left handed are more suited for the hard, precise magics - transfiguration, potions, conjuration, runes, arithmancy. Those born right handed veer towards the softer magics - charms, curses, divinations and the like.""What does this have to do with-""Patience, patience," Ollivander says. "You see, while the wand chooses the wizard, it is also the wizard that chooses the wand. Each combination of material, length, and core holds an affinity for certain types of magic, and it is the combination that most resonates with your own capabilities that will, in the end, choose you.""And the measuring tape?" you ask, as it begins taking your shoulder width into account. "Is vital to the process, yes." The old man, now among his shelves, gives a small "aha!" and takes one of the boxes off of the shelf. "Now, here is one that I think may well suit you. Holly, Phoenix Feather, 11 inches. Come, come, give it a wave!">Roll 3d6
Rolled 3, 1, 3 = 7>>24446299FAPPO
>>24446268I know nothing at all about nasuverse. I just enjoy op's writing style, the setting doesn't particularly matter to me.
Rolled 2, 4, 2 = 8>>24446299
>>24446327Thats fine, but dont go around calling people kids and Neckbeards for liking the Princess Bride. I
Rolled 5, 5, 4 = 14>>24446299Shout "ABRACADABRA!" when we do it.
Rolled 3, 2, 5 = 10>>24446299
Rolled 2, 2, 2 = 6>>24446299WHAT HO
>>24446276We have some things that are generally considered... sacred.Tends to bring out the angry aspie in some of us.
Rolled 3, 3, 4 = 10>>24446349>Abracadabra>The killing curse is Avada KedavraWhat could possible go wrong?
Rolled 5, 1, 1 = 7Here we go
Rolled 2, 5, 3 = 10>>24446299Here we go.
>>24446344It looks like you got cut off there, Kotomine Kirei
>>24446371>accidently off olivander because loloriginmagic.welp.
>>24446385I had another remark, but it was unnecessarily petty, so I deleted it. Forgot the 'I'.
Rolled 2, 2, 3 = 7>>24446299Rollan'>Rolled 6, 6, 6, = 18 incoming.
>>24446362Fair enough.>>24446344wots wrong m8, cnt handle the banter?
>>24446460Haha, fuck off. Really.
>>24446490Quit feeding the troll, man.
>>24446460>>24446490>kiritsugu and kirei about the beat the shit outta each other.jpg
>>24446503Sorry, you understand, I just cant let someone not love The Princess Bride. It fucking hurts.
[?? SKILL RATING: F - 0][CIRCUIT QUALITY: A - 9][INCOMPATIBILITY PENALTY: 4][TARGET NUMBER: 5 | ROLL: 7][FAILURE!]"Uh..." you wave the stick around awkwardly. "Abracadabra?"Spectacularly, nothing happens. Well, there is a little explosion of green sparks at the wand's end, but other than that completely harmless side effect, there isn't much of anything that comes from it."No, no, no, no, no...." the wandmaker tuts. "Don't attempt to cast a spell with it, just let your magic flow! And why is it that all you muggle raised children try to use that incantation? Are you trying to kill someone, or is it just ingrained stupidity?"You blink. "Actually, that's a common stage per-""Not now, not now," he says, coming out from the back with a small pile of wands. "More wands to test! And I swear, that is the last time that I'll be listening to Dumbledore telling me how to do my craft. Brother souls and brother wands, indeed." He picks up a greyish wand, delicately, and hands it too you. "What you need, Mr. Potter, is something more suited towards your... disposition. Here we are - 14 inches, Maple, Dryad heartstring.">Roll 3d6
Rolled 1, 3, 2 = 6>>24446580
Skip to a wand of elder, ya fraggle!
Rolled 2, 2, 4 = 8>>24446580Rallan dice!
Rolled 2, 5, 3 = 10>>24446580> And I swear, that is the last time that I'll be listening to Dumbledore telling me how to do my craft.AHAHAHAHAH I lol'd.
Rolled 2, 4, 3 = 9>>24446580
>>24446604bwahahaha....yew and theseral hair.....that would be awesome.
Rolled 6, 3, 4 = 13>>24446580Flick the wand in the general direction of the window.
Rolled 2, 1, 3 = 6>>24446580Rolling.
Rolled 3, 5, 6 = 14>>24446580Once more. Alakazam this time?
Rolled 4, 4, 1 = 9>>24446580>Harry's canon Phoenix feather wand didn't workABANDON ALL PRECONCEPTIONSWE'RE WELL AND TRULY ADRIFT NOW SONSHIT SONTHERE'S NO EARTHLY WAY OF KNOWINGWHICH DIRECTION WE ARE GOINGAND WE'RE CERTAINLY NOT SHOWINGANY SIGNS THAT WE ARE SLOWING
>>24446676OH FUCK OH SHIT WHAT THE FUCK ARE WE DOING?THE CANON HAS BEEN DROPPED OFF IN LAVA AND WE IN UNCHARTED WATERS!
>>24446676NO MISTER WONKA I WANT OFF THE BOATNO GENE WILDER NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
>>24446676It would be kind of neat if Cornelius Wonka showed up later
>>24446797Only if he's a chocomancer.
>>24446797Why Cornelius as opposed to William?
i've got to imagine that by the end of this quest dumbledore is gonna be all kinds of pissed off at us:>accidently discredits him by kingsley finding out and smearing him>not relateing our origin anywhere ear what he wants>wands not right>we will more likely then not fuck up alot of hogwarts because MEoDPi actually feel really bad for him at this point.
>>24446814I wonder if there are any mages in the nasuverse who have stuff like "Chocolate" or "Candy" as their origin.
>>24446826Because whacko Ministers
>>24446832Oh shit, I forgot this was all prophecy. OH SHIT MAN.
>>24446832Dumbs is either incredibly incompetent or downright evil for the whole harry potter plot to make sense, The most powerful man in the wizarding world, both politically and magically manages to fuck up the simplest things over and over whilst maintaining a pretext of competency.
>>24446881So, he's the God-Emperor?
>>24446854>implying harry isn't gonna be even more OP by the time this mess is over anyways>implying hes not gonna end up fixing all the problems literally every year hes had to deal with.>implying we need to give a shit about horcrux bullshit with MEoDP
>>24446898> implying voldy won't end up being shitty 1st act boss, and we go on to conquer the greatest evils of both universes
>>24446908>Voidy is the first bossHoly shit, yes. That is great. 10/10. The minute we see him just dotstab his ass and the wizarding world is thrown for a loop.
>>24446908>implying Voldemort can even be considered a 1st act boss at this point.
[?? SKILL RATING: F - 0][CIRCUIT QUALITY: A - 9][INCOMPATIBILITY PENALTY: 3][TARGET NUMBER: 6 | ROLL: 6][SUCCESS!]The moment you grasp the wand of maple, warmth surges up your arm. It feels... right? in your hand, as though it has found its place. The negative is not accentuated, but minimized. What you realized to be your ideal self - hatred and spite tempered by love and compassion; to forge your mind into a sword that can protect those you call your own just as it smites down those who would name themselves your enemy.Sparks fly out of your wand, rising to a higher height and exploding in a flash of gold and ebon. Illya claps excitedly, and Ollivander looks... interested."Curious..." Ollivander says. "Very curious. You hold the weight of death upon your head, Mr. Potter... yet it seems that you also bear the burden of life as well. Perhaps... yes... they are two sides of the same coin, after all. It is only appropriate that you, whom have come closer to death than any wizard has in our history, might have a wand that is especially suited for healing people... curious..."[SKILL UNLOCKED: WAND LORE - RANK E][PERK UNLOCKED: WAND OF MAPLE AND DRYADHEART.][RESTORES 1 ADDITIONAL WOUND WHEN HEALING WITH WAND MAGIC]The rest of your time in the shop passes in a blur - no more than an hour goes by before the five of you leave. Kiritsugu exits with a wand of Yew and Dragon Heartstring. Irisviel's is one of Maple and Phoenix Feather. Illya, surprisingly, takes up the wand that you failed to use properly - the Holly and Phoenix Feather. Neither Mr. Kiritsugu nor Mrs. Irisviel's wands had quite the same vividness in their reaction, but Ollivander assured you that it was as normal as they were.Next on your list of places to go is...>Broomstix>Eeylops Owl Emporium>Flourish and Blotts>Madame Malkin's>Magical Menagerie>Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment
>>24446908so whos the biggest problem of the nasu verse?i have a feeling year 4 is holy grail war bullshit to replace the whole triwizard cup.i'd imagine i'd be harry running around trying to do shikis stuff and putting down a bunch of dead apostles.
>>24446898So the way we do it is we use MEoDP to cut the strings connecting his spirit to his horcruxes, and then we kill him personally.
>>24446898>Prophecy says "and the Dark Lord will mark him as his equal">Harry = Voldy, it means Voldy must also = Harry>mfw we may have given Voldemort the MEoDP
>>24446956Kotomine.Depends on who you ask. I wouldn't mind taking on the Church, personally.
>>24446954I'm hoping that incompatibility penalty is a one-off thing and not a constant modifier to all rolls.>Wiseacre's Wizarding EquipmentCould pick up some pretty useful stuff here. Not like we're short on funds.
Rolled 6, 6, 4 = 16>>24446954>Illya, surprisingly, takes up the wand that you failed to use properly - the Holly and Phoenix Feather.Good, Illya locks Voldemort's wand, we dotstab him.inb4 >implying we won't dotstab the back of Quirrle's head and eliminate 7 books worth of problems
Rolled 6, 4, 5 = 15>>24446954Oh shit, Illya's the chosen one! We've been demoted!>Flourish and BlottsWe must learn.....everything
Rolled 3, 1, 6 = 10>>24446954> Illya, surprisingly, takes up the wand that you failed to use properly - the Holly and Phoenix Feather.Oh, you.Let's go get our books, then we'll go have fun with the rest of the shopping. Business first, after all.
>>24446996>Implying this isnt the exact same shit as shiki and roaIt's cool we got this anyways
>>24446996>implying he has itno my guess is he hasn't done origin magic bullshit so he can't actually do that.he may know we have it though and might realize hes no more immortal then when he started doing horcrux crap against us.so i'd personally be ALOT more careful then running in because hes probably gonna take precautions that he doesn't get jobbed hard.
>>24446954>Illya gets Voldy's brother-wand>OH SHI-Seriously, what does this mean?>Flourish and Blotts>Madame Malkin's>Wiseacre's Wizarding EquipmentSchool stuff first. Then a pet/owl to finish the day.
>>24446996That could easily be avoided by just saying he was marked as his equal at the time. Its not like people don't you know, grow and get better as time progresses.
We're fucking full Hindu here; we destroy with one hand and make whole with the other. I vote next time we give Ilya a piggeyback ride we form MECHASHIVA
>>24447038So when he tries to kill us with avada kedavras and fails we can go all "This is what it means to kill something"?
>>24447049In Tsukihime, Shiki's equal ended up with the Eyes of Life Perception, as opposed to death - He didn't realize it at the time, and it was a fuckawesome scene (This is when he killed the building).
>>24447092Need a third person for that
>>24447103wonder if ms granger is gonna show up here or is she still running around being a magical girl?
>>24446996This guy here, he gets it. He's wrong about the details, but he gets it. Voldemort is every bit Harry's equal - the marking accounts for his growth. So begin with Souren Araya, and keep going upward, if you want to know the bullshit Voldemort will be able to pull.
>>24447123Oh man I totally forgot she was off making contracts and fightan bad guys.
books then supplies, if we get advice supplies then books, who knows you might find something interesting in supplies. Like goggles that see the invisible or hidden so you can find those hidden invisible books on hidding and invisibility or something like thatalso requesting time ofday
>>24447123Given that her power seems to be pulling Alt-Hermionies, what are the chances of getting the canon one?
>>24447123This needs a separate and equal quest.Miss Granger meets this charming gentleman in her youth. Welcome to hell.
>>24447135You know, I always found Voldy pretty boring, but I trust you to give him an appropriate bit of depth.
>>24447135Guess that means Voldy won't be a pushover. Awesome.
Rolled 3, 2, 5 = 10>>24447123I'd bet that she's solidly Zelretch's apprentice now.
>>24447191well, given the sort of things Zel does to his apprentices, I wouldn't bet against him sending her to Hogwarts for shits and giggles. Then showing up as the new teacher.
>>24447135Hm. If I understand you correctly, this link would work both ways. Voldemort will end up being our equal and we will end up being his. So he'll learn to deal with anything super special that we'll be able to do, but the reverse will also apply, leaving neither at a clear advantage. We can work around that.Still, that's a long way off. Let's try and survive the first few years of Magical High School first, shall we?
>>24447254and magical middle school before that. But at least it's not as lethal as magical college
>>24447135oh shit, hes gonna totally enslave dead apostles and shit.thats gonna be fucking bad.
>>24447280I hope so. That kind of shit gets the attention of the Church, and that means we might see Paladin Kirei.
>>24447304Which excellently segues into dotstabbing him.
>>24447280Voldemort is probably going to be considered a rogue mage and once he comes back, a DA. So yeah, I don't think we need to worry about "oh, the Ministry doesn't believe Voldemort is back" but rather "THE CHURCH IS GOING TO BURN EVERYTHING TO THE GROUND"
>>24447304once again i'm still firmly convinced hes gonna ride around on a chariot of dementors firmly a death eater.and during the final battle its totally gonna be a fight between powered up kiritsugu and kirei while we are dealing with voldemort.
>>24447337> killing kireiNever. The man can only be killed by someone who is either his opposite or his mirror, and we are neither.
>>24447304Still think Kirei's the pope.
>>YFW Roa is inside voldemort
>>24447337He doesn't seem to be too bad of a guy this time round, so this probably isn't a good idea
>>24447397>implying voldemort isn't roa to begin with.
Rolled 6, 1, 5 = 12>>24447390What would he take as his new Papal name?
>>24447409As long as we don't have to suppress him in someone's ass.
>>24447397What, like, with a strap-on?
"Let's head over to Flourish and Blott's now," says Mr. Kiritsugu. "-Lord- Malfoy apparently had them lay away a few books on Wizarding Culture for Harry to better 'understand his roots'."Kingsley gives him a look."Malfoy-""Is hardly the person I'd trust on moral judgment, I know." Kiritsugu waves the Auror off. "Still, it's best to know the mind of one's political opposition, that you may know best how to undermine their efforts.""Fair enough," Kingsley nods.Flourish and Blotts happens to be right next to the Leaky Cauldron, allowing the more academically minded of the taverns patrons to pick up a text to go with their pints. The shop itself is stuffed like a sausage with hallways of books - the only open area being a small little reading circle for inquisitive patrons and book signings when the author comes by. Couches are squeezed where they can fit at the dead ends of hallways and below arches of bookshelves.Kiritsugu saunters over to the register, where one of the Managers is waiting with a pile of books labeled "von Einzbern and Potter". It takes a few minutes to find the newest editions of the standardized book list, but after that, you're free to explore...>The Historical/Biographical section>The Nonfiction Section>The Mundane Fantasy Section>The Magic Fiction Section>[Other]
>>24447419Pope Laetificat I
>>24447419Peter the Second.
>>24447419Pope Innocent the whateverth.
>>24447429>>The Historical/Biographical section
>>24447429>The Historical/Biographical section
>>24447429>The Historical/Biographical sectionMaybe we can find a book about our parents.
>>24447429>The Historical/Biographical section>The Magic Fiction SectionWhat do wizards even consider fiction? Is all of their fiction sci-fi?
>>24447429[x] The Historical/Biographical section
>>24447429[x] The Historical/Biographical sectionBooks about us/parents and that Hogwarts, a History[x] Nonfiction SectionLook for books on on magical theory and artefact creation
>>24447433I was gonna go with Exsultat, but this works too.
>Nonfiction>HistoricalI want all the infodumps
>>24447483Stuff like the Deathly Hallows, which was considered a myth.
>>24447483Magic Fiction is the Wizarding Equivalent of Science Fiction, in which Unspeakables replace Scientists and Magibabble replaces technobabble. The less internally consistent the magic, the more realistic it is, to the Wizards. Mundane Fantasy involves preposterous mechanisms created with SCIENCE, such as Supercomputers, Automobiles, and (in the less realistic examples of the genre) Rockets to the Moon.
>>24447578So basically steampunk modern? or like the Jetsons?
>>24447429 >Mundane FantasyThis should be good for a few laughs, and it will help us grasp how the wizards perceive muggles.
Rolled 2, 2, 3 = 7>>24447429Mundane Fantasy. Lets see just how far off they are.
Look for Sherlock Holmes, Robin Hood, king Arhtur, Artemis Fowl, James Bond, Lovecraft
>>24447429>The Historical/Biographical sectionLook up stuff on your parents. Also, Queen Arturia and Merlin.
>>24447708> King ArthurWho?
>>24447744actually good point, i kind of want to see how good end for saber goes.
>>24447787There is no King Arthur in this setting, remember what Saber's wish was.
Your explorations taake you towards the nonfiction section, where there lie many interesting books regarding magical theory and the art of wizardry. Unfortunately for the prospects of any infodumps occurring, you understand all of jack shit regarding these particular mysteries, and the books leave you perplexed and rather confused. The only book you find that you can even begin to understand is a leatherbound tome entitled "Spellcraft for Squibs: A Reference for the Rest of Us." You decide that this particular tome might well be worth the 1 Galleon price tag, if only as a basic primer regarding mundane magic.The book placed discretely under your arm, you continue your wanderings down the passageway of books until you manage to stumble upon Illya in the Historical/Biography section. She's plopped herself down upon the couch, reading one of the books - some biography entitled "Holiday with the Hags". You know you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but damn does that blonde fellow have the smile of a creeper."Illya, what the heck are you reading?" you ask."Swill," she responds succintly. "The most awful, falsified swill that I have ever read. The story of a particularly vile man who could have made a fortune off his prose alone, but felt the need to claim the deeds of other people to bolster his ego." She looks up at you, her expression torn. "I can't tell if I should hate the man for being a lying arse, or be in awe of the imagery he invokes when he describes his hair..."You...>Ask how she knows he's lying>Ask if there's anything interesting here>Continue on to a different section>[Other][Be back in a few, gone to get some foodstuffs]
>>24447859>Illya immediately punctures Gilderoy LockhartI love our adopted sister.>Ask how she knows he's lying>Ask if there's anything interesting hereThis knowledge will be of use to us later. Also, we might find some more books on the Potters. And Arturia, maybe, since I'm curious how her legend has changed after the wish she made.
>>24447859>illya found lockheart crap.>is rightfully berating it.>right away figures out its lies and failsgod damn thats hilarious and awesome.
>>24447859>>Ask how she knows he's lying>>Ask if there's anything interesting hereAlso tell her that he's got a creepy smile and his hair really isn't that great.
>>24447859>Ask how she knows he's lyingIllya, have we ever told you that you're our favorite adopted sister?
>>24447967>>24447959are we officially adopted yet?does anyone even know that yet?
>>24447859Isn't it obvious?>Ask how she knows he's lyingthen>mundane fiction section
>>24447859>>Ask how she knows he's lying>>Ask if there's anything interesting hereIllya is canny AND adorable.We must aske her how she knows this. This Harry is many things, but a bookworm does not strike me as one of them.
>>24447925>I love our adopted sister.it's not incest if we aren't related
>>24447859>Ask how she knows he's lying>>Ask if there's anything interesting here>Look for a book on reproduction
>>24448070>a book on reproduction>miss out on getting a 'Birds & the Bees' lesson from Irisviel laterThink, man! Think!
>>24447859>Ask how she knows he's lying
>>24448106oh shit, I did not think.Yeah asking iri later would be far more amusing
So what exactly is different about this Arturia? I get that Kiritsugu and her won the war, but how did she end up openly becoming the queen? Seems like a pretty drastic shift in character.
>>24448295>but how did she end up openly becoming the queen?MAGIC GREHL LADDIEalso bro-tier Gil due to avenger not ruining everything for everyone forever
>>24448295Gilgamesh gave her the D.A much more bro-tier Gilgamesh, modeled after the Fate/Prototype version.
>>24448295Gilgamesh inserted his Ea into her Avalon.
"And you know the man's a liar, how?" you ask."The way this reads," she says. "It's too different from the way Papa talks about his old job. The unimportant things are incredibly vivid, romanticising and minimizing the bits that people who've actually been there would know are important." She makes a face. "And then there's the fact that he's so pretty, when he -describes- wounds that should have left scars on his face...""Maybe it's magic?" you ask."Maybe it's horse doo doo." she replies.You look around at the shelves - you're clearly not going to be able to convince her to give the bloke the benefit of the doubt - searching for anything that might an interesting read."So, aside from the swill," you begin, "is there anything interesting back here?""Oh, yeah!" She says, in a much more cheerful voice. "The twenty seventh edition of 'A Brief History of the Magical World' has a chapter dedicated to you and the fellow your forehead managed to stop!"She passes you a book - parchment pages bound in blackened leather, the title inscribed on the front cover in golden leaf. A price tag dances along the spine, three galleons."I'm in a history book?""You're in a history book."You...>Open it up and look for your passage.>Put it in with the other book and move on.>Ask Illya for a brief summation of the passage.>[Other]
>>24448572>Ask Illya for a brief summation of the passage.>open it and read it
>>24448572>>Ask Illya for a brief summation of the passage.
>>24448572>Ask Illya for a brief summation of the passage.>Put it in with the other book and move on.Also, Lockhart really isn't that pretty.
>>24448572>>[X]Open it up and look for your passage."Yer an 'istorical figure, 'Arry!"
>>24448572>has a chapter dedicated to you and the fellow your forehead managed to stop!oh gawd my sides.
>>24448732anyways since i've found my sides again temporarily:>Open it up and look for your passage.>Ask Illya for a brief summation of the passage.
>>24448627This.Gotta have that hint of jealousy.
You stare at the tome, and you notice one thing that really stands out about it. It is thick. Very, very thick. The type of book that you might use as a weapon, given the necessity. It's hardly what you might consider light reading, and you wonder for the briefest instant how the bloody hell Illya managed to find the chapter on you and that Voldemort fellow in less than an hour."Care to give me the cliff notes, version?" you ask. Your voice is small - it's not that the book intimidates you or anything, its just that the book intimidates you. Illya shakes her head, a little smile on her face."It's on page 598, second paragraph down," she says. "Long story short, despite the fact that no one was there to witness your miraculous defeat of the Dark Lord Moldypants, everyone is quite sure that the curse rebounded off of your forehead and slew him." She shrugs. "It's a fair guess, mind you, because he hasn't exactly been around since he tried to off you. But it reeks of assumption and propaganda."You flip to the passage, and start reading aloud."And so it came to pass that on October 31, 1989, the Dark Lord Voldemort did assault the safehouse where hid James Tiberius and Lily Anne Potter, with their son, Harry James Potter. James Tiberius Potter battled valiantly against the Dark Lord, buying time for Lily Anne to begin an ancient ritual. He fell to the Dark Lord's wand at 11:24 PM (23:24 Muggle Time). Lily Anne Potter fell five minutes afterward, her death fueling the ritual that would slay the Dark Lord. At 11:30 pm (23:30 Muggle Time), the Dark Lord turned his wand upon Harry James Potter, the nexus of Lily Anne's ritual, and was slain."You...>Express disbelief at the assumptions made.>Wonder if Wizard Forensics is that good.>Wonder if anyone could reconstruct your mother's ritual>Put the book with the others and move on.>[Other]
Rolled 31>>24448983>Wonder if Wizard Forensics is that good.>Put the book with the others and move on.
>>24448983>Wonder if Wizard Forensics is that good.>Put the book with the others and move on.Later on we can>Wonder if anyone could reconstruct your mother's ritualbut Illya wouldn't be able to answer that anyway. Not much point in asking her now. Something to keep in mind, though.
>>24448983>Wonder if Wizard Forensics is that good.also>[ ] OtherBecome indignant that even IF everything in the book is true, obviously it's our mother that slew the Dark Lord (also, they seriously call him that unironically? jeez), not us. No fair for us to take the credit.
>>24448983>[Other]Look at Ilya for a bit, blink a few times in disbelief. "You are so much smarter than me that it isn't even funny. I'm not even sure what to say."
>>24448983>Mark down that we should threaten to headbutt anyone who gets in our way
>>24448983>>[X]Wonder if Wizard Forensics is that good.Wizrds are a little kooky. Surely they can't go all CSI like that!>>[X]Express disbelief at the assumptions made.I think harry would want to believe the hero-myth, but he trusts Illya enough that her informed opinion is kind of valuable.>>[X]Wonder if anyone could reconstruct your mother's ritual"What sort of ritual was this, I wonder?"
>>24448983>Wonder if Wizard Forensics is that good.>Put the book with the others and move on.
Now that I look on things, we're Auto-Sage on page seven, so I'm gonna call it a night (I've got early classes anyways, so that might be for the best as well). I'll pick it up with a new thread noon to 1ish tomorrow. See y'all then.
>>24449176Cheers, dude! Thanks for running the quest.
>>24449176Alright, thanks for the thread!E-book should be updated soon, I'll post again when it's done.
>>24447135>Having to fight Araya.Oh fucking great, hordes of meatpuppets being shoved down our throat and that's only the beginning. For all we know Araya's working for the man. Bros, Vold knows them when he sees them.>>24449176Well damn, FML I just got here. Oh well, at least it looks like some anons here think like I do and pointed out the shit I would have and made largely the same choices.>>24448983Why can't we do them all? You can express disbelief, but then kind of wonder. If, and it's likely BS but IF what was said was actually true, how would you reconstruct the ritual? He is apprenticed to Kerry after all, man's gotta have a brain in there. He never seemed to be the kind that would suffer fools lightly. Iri was just ignorant, and was so very eager to learn, and she learned fast! Smart girl that one.
Ebook updated, link can again always be found in the pastebin http://pastebin.com/kbGzcbDb