>Holy cow am I late EditionYou awake to find Charme's armed wrapping you in a loose embrace, a small smile curling the corners of her lips. Her breathing rolls over your cheek in a gentle purr, her forehead gently nuzzling your hair. Dawn sunlight is streaming in through the bedroom window you forgot to close before falling asleep. Tear and Louie are still fast asleep, so you can probably get away with staying like this for another hour or so.>You can stay here a little longer. Wait until everyone else wakes up.>It's a new day, you should start bright and early! Try not to wake Charme up though.>Time to get up. And to get this raging lesbian off you.
>>31366326> You can stay here a little longer. Wait until everyone else wakes up.ALL ABOARD THE /U/BOAT!
>>31366326>Time to get up. And to get this raging lesbian off you.Time to EXPLODE!If that doesn't work, then attempt to REALLY EXPLODE!
>>31366326>You can stay here a little longer. Wait until everyone else wakes up.I will not accept any version of Recette who wakes earlier than absolutely necessary. Go back to sleep.
>>31366326>>It's a new day, you should start bright and early! Try not to wake Charme up though.
>>31366326>>You can stay here a little longer. Wait until everyone else wakes up.Assert domination on Charme.
>>31366326>It's a new day, you should start bright and early! Try not to wake Charme up though.I think it's free to say that I systematically hate fun.
>>31366326>You can stay here a little longer. Wait until everyone else wakes up.Getting up before needed is just not the right way to go about doing things.
>>31366326Dawn is far too early for any reasonable person to be awake. You can't even tell what woke you up at all. You let your eyelids pull themselves shut.When you open them again, Tear appears to be lining up a kick to your face. "Wake up Recette!" You pull your face back just in time to avoid the tiny boot, instead falling backwards out of bed, landing with a heavy thud."Ah, you're awake?" Tear asks in a casual tone, as if she hadn't just been trying to bludgeon you. "Fantastic, perhaps we may start our day early for once." You take a moment to glance around the room before responding. Louie is in the corner, pulling his clothes and sword-belt on, Tear stands on your pillow, already fully dressed. You're still in your clothes from yesterday. Charme isn't present.>Ask where Charme is?>Inquire after some breakfast>Plan today's mercantile plans.
>>31366326>It's a new day, you should start bright and early! Try not to wake Charme up though.
>>31366696>Ask where Charme is?
>>31366696Where Charme at?
>>31366696>>Plan today's mercantile plans.Let's get down to business!
>>31366696>Ask where Charme is?>Plan today's mercantile plans
>>31366326>Time to get up. And to get this raging lesbian off you.
>>31366696>Inquire after some breakfastBreakfast is the most important meal of the day!On an off-note, how big is Tear (or fairies in general?) anyway? Ingame representation seemed to vary a lot, so I have no idea just how dangerous her boots actually are.
>It's a new day, you should start bright and early! Try not to wake Charme up though.New day, shit to do, things to sell and debts to pay. We're a "professional" peddler now, we may as well act like it.
>>31366776I saw a picture of the OST cover has her depicted as pretty small. She could probably fit into a teacup if she curled into a ball tightly enough.Although from the game sprites, she appears to be about as big as Recette's head.
>>31366799Oops, my bad; missed the update. I vote >Plan today's mercantile plansWe're professionals.
>>31366696>>Inquire after some breakfast
>>31366696>Inquire after some breakfast>Plan today's mercantile plans.
Okay, so voted are pretty much neck and neck with some double-votes going on. Rolling all three into one and changing up the responses accordingly. One moment.
>>31366696"...hey Tear, where's Charme?""Hmm?" Tear raises an eyebrow. "I wouldn't know. She wasn't here when I awoke. Presumably she fled like a thief in the night. Not surprisingly, considering she is one." The disdain in her voice is clear, but you decide not to press the topic."Oh. Okay. Well, how about we get some breakfast then?""A sound plan."The three of you head downstairs to the kitchen, and you begin cooking up a hearty meal for everyone. As you start to serve out the first helping, you direct a question to Tear. "So what should we do today? Open the store again?""Hmm, perhaps. Although we still have a list of items to acquire for that young mage boy. And our stock of valuable treasures isn't exactly overflowing. Perhaps we should spend today on another dungeon craw- I mean, adventure."Louie sighs, but adds no further input. "We could also try to acquire certain items from the other merchants and traders around the city. Who knows what they may have gotten their hands on? Alternatively, we could simply open shop again and let the customers know we're a consistent business.""Yeah, I guess you're right.">More loot sounds like the way to go.>Perhaps the market will have something interesting.>Opening the store is always a good idea.
>>31367090>More loot sounds like the way to go.It's free money!
>>31367090>More loot sounds like the way to go.
>>31367090>Perhaps the market will have something interesting.And if we don't find anything worth buying and reselling, at least we won't have to check up on their inventories for a few days at least.
>>31367090>Opening the store is always a good idea.Plus, it might not be a good idea to leave it unguarded at the moment. "Someone" might try to burn it down or something like that.
>>31367125Not precisely free, there's the opportunity cost of whatever other dosh-acquiring scheme we could enact, or the money we could make from opening the store during that period.That said, it's early in the day and our supplies are low, we may as well go on a dungeon crawl.
>>31367090>Perhaps the market will have something interesting.It's early, so a lot of people will be going to work; not many potential buyers. But if we go to the stalls early, we might be able to grab some good stock.Might we also want to consider getting Louie a legit adventurer license with the Guild? It might make him less utterly dependent on us, but getting legit goods to sell might prevent or delay investigations. Plus, it might result in gaining some goodwill from Louoe.
>>31367090You pull the empty plates together and stack them in the sink, before turning to the table. "Okay, let's go Adventuring today!" Louie groans, head meeting wooden table as he slumps forward in despair. Tear nods approvingly.You lock the shop and start walking down the road towards the back door behind the Adventurer's Guild. Tear floats along beside you, Louie trails a few paces behind, desperately trying to catch you with his pleas."...It's not all that much, and then I'd have an invulnerability field too! You're not broke anymore, so you can afford one, right? So we can go legally and you won't have to worry about hiding your loot!">Tell Louie to be quiet and suck it up.>Consider the option of going legal.
>>31367346>Tell Louie to be quiet and suck it up.Does he even have a proper bed yet? Maybe it'll stop him from whining.
>>31367346>Tell Louie to be quiet and suck it up.dem magical items, son
>>31367346>Consider the option of going legal.Legal means easier to sell what we find. That's a good thing. Having to hide our wares from our customers kinda sucks.
>>31367346>Tell Louie to be quiet and suck it up.He can pay for it if he needs to be invulnerable so badly.
>>31367346>Consider the option of going legal.Louie's done good against the rival gangsters. And we appreciate our useful assets!
>>31367346>Consider the option of going legal.The dude just killed a guy for us. And even if that wasn't a factor, even the densest person with a modicum of will can get tired and bail. We can consider the option, at the very least.
>>31367346>Consider the option of going legal.We can reconsider down the line.
>>31367346You stop in your tracks, suddenly enough that Louie walks into you. You stare at him seriously over your shoulder, "if we go to the Guild, they'll charge us just to get in there, take all our magical loot, tax us on whatever we do bring through, then make us register each piece as we sell it on. Do you want to have to put up with all that?" He wavers slightly under your stare. You switch back to your usual beaming smile, "tell you what, make it through this and we'll see about getting you a real bed at home. And then we can talk about going to the Guild after that.""R-right. Thanks, Recette. You're the best," he smiles back.A few minutes later, you find yourself at the back door to the disused warehouse behind the Adventurer's Guild. Tear knocks, and the door is unlocked for you.Once more, you have the choice of your destination.>Go for the ruins!>Go for the wilderness!>Go for the dungeons!
>>31367700Ruins.Ancient shit is cool, yo.
>>31367557Well anon, I was originally going to tell Louie to suck it up, but you've convinced me. Having Louie bail might not be a good thing, after all, the guy works for sandwiches.>>31367346>Consider the option of going legal.
>>31367700>Go for the dungeons!They sound...exciting.
So, uh, third vote to break the tie at all or shall I pick for you?
>>31367977No need to be hasty, continue adventuring as is.
>>31367993>>31368024>>31368072Read the thread.
>>31367700Well, you went for the ruins last time, so perhaps you should try the dungeons this time? They sound like they could be exciting!Tear passes the request to Jonathon, who once again does something to the doorknob from the inside, before the door swings open, revealing a long, dark passageway completely unlit stretching out before you. The three of you cross the threshold. As soon as you pass fully into the passage, the doorway behind you is sharply cut from reality, leaving you in total darkness.>Try to find some way to light your way.>Stay in the dark, advance carefully.
>>31368197>Try to find some way to light your way.If we do not, we're going to be at the disadvantage of anything that sees in the dark.
>>31368197>Try to find some way to light your way.Sure it'll attract monsters, but we'll run into them either way, better to actually be able to see them and fight properly.
>>31368197>Try to find some way to light your way."...and She said, let there be light."
>>31368197"H-hey Tear?" You whisper quietly into the darkness. "Do you have a light?""No. Why would I have a light?" she snaps her response. "You mean you don't?"Louie's voice from ahead. "Neither of you thought to bring a light?" His incredulous voice echoes around you, dying off into the distance as neither of you deem to answer. "How are we supposed to find loot if we can't even see?"A sigh emits from beside you. You squeal and fall back away from the new presence, before the area is lit by a brilliant white light. "I suppose I shall lend you my assistance, if I must."Your eyes take a moment to adjust to the light. As the stranger comes into focus, you blink a few times to check what you're seeing is real.Caillou, the mage boy, stands before you holding his staff above you, a white glow emanating from its tip. His expression of bored disinterest is almost no different to the one he had when placing the order with you. "I'm going this way," he gestures down one of the passages lined with cells of rusty iron. "I have a few items to collect before I head back to the city. Stay close and I can keep you safe."Well, going with him would be a pretty safe option. But then you probably won't be able to get as much loot as you were hoping for if he heads back to the city soon.>Go along with him.>Make him come along with you.>You don't need his help!
>>31368659>Make him come along with you.¨More time = more money, simple.
>>31368659>>Go along with him.He seems to know where to go.
>>31368659>Go along with him.But try to convince him to stay a while. There's safety in numbers. Lots of exotic bits of magic in dungeons, plus if we come across any of those items you need, you can accurately judge if it's of good quality or not. Plus, you can point us in the right direction of said items. I mean, if you have urgent business in town, that's cool. But it could save you a bit of time/money if we team up.
>>31368788>contPlus, while Tear is a flying encyclopedia of a lot of stuff, I bet she doesn't know all the esoteric stuff that only a mage would know.
I hate to do this, but I'm nodding off at the keyboard here, and I'm just not feeling it. I'm going to have to call a break to the thread for tonight, for the sake of quality.If the thread's still live and I can find a moment to myself at work, I'll see about continuing from here in the morning.
>>31368929Alright. See you later, Kaleun.
>>31368929Good decision, sweet lewd dreams.
>>31367090Aww man, no Charme? Looks like if you want some backstabbing done, ya gotta do it yourself.
Looking hopeful for slow updates through the day. Expect the first in a little over an hour.
>>31379128Damn it, just when I was going to bed.
>>31368659He begins to walk away down the passage, taking his light with him. "W-wait up! We're coming too!" You scurry a few paces to catch them, then slow to keep pace beside him. You walk in silence for a few moments, before a horrifying beast erupts from one of the jail cells to your left. Without batting an eyelid, Caillou extends his arm to point his staff across you, and the ravening beast erupts into a plume of green flame. Its death cries are still echoing from the walls when he directs a question at you."So how did you get in here? I've never heard of a party entering a living dungeon without the minimum required safety gear the Adventurer's Guild provides; nor of the party arriving in the very center of the dungeon.">How do you respond?
>>31380078I kinda want to defer to Tear for this, as she'd probably know a good and reasonable-sounding legal explanation for this.But I guess that we can say that we entered through an unsecured entrance and decided to try our luck.
>>31380078Trade secret. If I told you, what would you need us for?
>>31380078You hesitate to answer, looking to Tear. She picks up on your worried expression (as does Caillou) and answers for you. "Mr. Caillou, as one who is seeking magical artifacts- ones that are not just restricted, but outright contraband- I'm sure you won't be offended if I were to tell you that there are certain methods of procurement that are best left undescribed to the customer." A small smirk stretches Caillou's features."Well said, Miss Tear. I respect a woman who knows the value of trade secrets. Very well, I shall inquire no further." Without warning, an arrow flies out of the darkness. A bare flick of his wrist sends the arrow tumbling away, and another swish of the staff causes a pained gasp and a light pop from the shadows.As Caillou continues striding unconcerned along the passageway, Louie nudges you from behind. "Hey, Recette? Have you seen these rooms? We're skipping a whole lot of loot." You look to the rooms you're passing and, indeed, almost every room contains a treasure chest of some kind. Caillou is steadily marching past them all.>Ask him to slow down so you can loot?>Try to loot quickly, keeping pace with Caillou?>Go for the loot, ignore Caillou?
>>31380849>Ask him to slow down so you can loot?he's the only one with a light, and looting too quickly is just begging to fall in a trap
>>31380158Let's go with that.
>>31380849Ask him to slow down so you can loot. Thanks to our highly embarrassing miscommunication, we are unfortunately dependent on his aid to make this excursion profitable. If he were inclined to do so, we could return the favor by discretely letting him know about future acquisitions of 'special' items, effectively giving him first pick over the regular customers.
>>31380849>>Go for the loot, ignore Caillou?Tell him our eyes have adjusted to the darkness(hopefully), and set off.
>>31380849"Hey Caillou, can you slow down please?" You try to keep your tone from begging. "We sort of really wanted to loot this place clean."He stops in his tracks. "Eh? Why should I slow down for you?"You counter, "well, we're here just to find the stuff you wanted, so if you don't you'll just have to wait longer for it in the end.""Ughn. If that is the case, why should I let you loot at all?"Tear chimes in with a timely injection of logic, "Mr. Caillou, surely a man such as yourself could see the benefit of being owed a favor by the only item store owner in Pensee who is currently actively smuggling magical artifacts into the city?""Hm," he considers for a long moment, "when you put it that way, I suppose I have the time to spare. In return for the favor, of course.""Of course," Tear nods with a smile. "And as a personal friend of the owner, I'm sure we can arrange for you to be notified of any interesting acquisitions in the future."Caillou's posture alters a little, as if he were now more alert. "Alright, I'm persuaded. Hurry up and take what you're here for.">Take only the valuable and magical loot.>Take a handful of mundane items as well as the valuable loot.AND>Try to loot everything.>Only loot the clear rooms.
>>31381123>>Take only the valuable and magical loot.>Try to loot everything.We only have so much inventory space.Louie needs more practice, too.
>>31381123>Take a handful of mundane items as well as the valuable loot.>Try to loot everything.hoarder mode ON
>>31381123>Tear keeps stealing my ideasI guess for impression's sake, we should focus on the valuable and magical things so Caillou won't think we're some incompetent fuckwit who can't distinguish the two, and so we don't waste his time too much.
>>31381123You move up to the first room and peek inside. A small room off the main passage, the four stone walls glisten with moist. A single treasure chest stands in the center of the room. It looks mostly clear, though when you ask Caillou, he sighs and shakes his head. Louie steps to the front, shield at the ready, and steps over the threshold. Almost immediately, a trio of long, ropey green tentacles shoot out from the side behind Louie. You call a warning, and he spins to ward off the attack. Two of the tentacles slap against his shield, though one snakes its way under his guard to jab into his gut. He yelps in pain, but sweeps down with his sword, severing the limb.As he readies himself for another attack, you see the orange, shapeless body slide its way off the wall, preparing to hit Louie again.>Tell Louie to dodge and strike the openings!>He should hold his ground and counter against!>Go all out! Take the thing down quick!
>>31381492>Tell Louie to dodge and strike the openings!
>>31381492Oh hey, you managed to make the most trivial enemy in the game more interesting! Well, if it can actually attack by means other than ramming you now, he should probably take a more mobile and active approach.>Tell Louie to dodge and strike the openings!
>>31381492"Don't let it hit you, Louie!" You shout your advice to him from the doorway."Kind of the idea," he retorts, throwing himself to one side as the tentacle monster rushes him. The moment it passes, he lashes out with his sword once more, severing another tentacle. Before the limb has even hit the ground, the thing responds by twisting into a spin, the remaining two tentacles whirling out to hit him. He ducks back just in time, one of the ropey limbs passing a hair's breadth from his face.He recovers quickly, gaining a little distance as the thing spins towards him. Inverting his blade, he holds the sword ahead of him, point down in a defensive posture. Almost simultaneously, the two tentacles meet the blade, severing themselves as he holds his guard. In the heartbeat the thing becomes defenseless, he lunges forward, sword-point burying itself deep into the gooey flesh. It ceases movement as soon as he does, and collapses into a mess on the floor."Well done, Louie," you call over your shoulder as you rush forward to open the chest, quickly filling your pockets with the loot inside. "Now, onto the next room!"
>>31381919Oops, dropped my trip there.
>>31381930God, I love you sometimes.
>>31381919The next room along seems pretty clear as well, but once more when you look to Caillou for confirmation, he shakes his head negatively. Louie steps through the door, but nothing attacks him.>Go for the chest anyway.>Leave this chest alone.
>>31381950>Leave the chest aloneIt screams trap.It's so obvious that it'll burst into monsters.
>>31381950>Go for the chest anyway.Nothing ventured, nothing gained!
>>31381950>Leave this chest alone.Where's Charme when you need her?
>>31381492>>Tell Louie to dodge and strike the openings!
>>31381950Strike the chest with an upswingdamn captcha
>>31382022If I had to guess, she's either busy regretting or celebrating actions she thinks she performed while drunk.
>>31381950You call Louie back, and give quiet thanks to Caillou before moving swiftly to the next room along. This one is a jail cell, with two treasure chests beside each other. Caillou simply shrugs, so Louie steps through the bars. As soon as he's past the gate, it slams shut, locking him inside.With a nervous gulp, he takes another step towards the chests. "H-hey, Recette? These chests have symbols on them." Louie looks up at you, "one of them looks like a tornado, the other one is a pile of gold."Tear's face creases into a thoughtful frown, before she says "it sound like a puzzle clue as to what is inside. One is a trap, the other is the treasure?">Well then obviously we want the gold!>It's a trick! Go for the tornado!
>>31382123Sure wish I played Reccetear more often recently.>Well then obviously we want the gold because its a double bluff!
>>31382123GO FOR GOLD
>>31382123You pause for a moment to think of the possibilities, then call your decision. "Go for the gold, Louie!""Wait," Tear catches you, "surely this is a trick? The gold would not be labelled gold.""It's a dungeon," you point out, "how would it know to trick us?" Tear looks unconvinced. "Besides, even if it was a trick, surely the dungeon would know we would know it was a trick, so it would double-bluff us and the gold would be the gold. Unless of course, it knew we would know it's a double bluff, but then that just makes things silly, because it will just keep stacking. Everyone know's the simplest answer is always the right one, so the gold must be in the one labelled gold." Tear no longer looks unconvinced. She looks confused instead. Louie takes her moment's hesitation to open the chest without protest.Nothing happens. It's just a regular chest, filled with valuable loot. You let out a cheer as he takes some magical trinkets from the chest and the gate swings itself open.The next room along is clear, and simply contains an unguarded chest. You loot in clean and move on.By this point, your pockets are beginning to overflow with loot. Anything new you pick up would have to replace items you've already looted.>Keep looting! You might find more valuable loot.>You've got your fill, time to head home. The faster you get back, the faster you can sell your loot!
>>31382501Normally at this point I'd start dumping the useless crap or give it to the adventurer to wear. But that's because of silly guild rules. >You've got your fill, time to head home. The faster you get back, the faster you can sell your loot!
>>31382501>You've got your fill, time to head home. The faster you get back, the faster you can sell your loot!Also, fuck you, I thought you were done for the day and missed the last four hours of looting.
>>31382501You tell Caillou that you're all looted out, and he resumes his previous pace, advancing without pause through the dank dungeon as if he already had the place mapped out in his head. As you travel deeper into the dungeon, the stone walls give way to rock walls which in turn lead to rock tunnels. Monsters continue to appear every so often, though they are immediately dealt with by Caillou in an offhand manner. He continues leading the way, ignoring every side passage and treasure chest, mind set on his goal.Eventually, the tunnels give way to a spacious cavern. At the far end of the room, you can see one final, large treasure chest sat next to a red doorframe standing unsupported in the room. "Ah," Tear intones, "the Go-Home doo- I mean, the portal of return." She begins to flutter forward, but Caillou holds a hand out to stop her."First, I must defeat that," he says, gesturing to a gigantic sleeping mouse wearing shorts in the corner of the cavern.>Offer to assist him.>Watch him fight.>Leave him to it, head for the door.
>>31382738Offer to help.I'm sure a strong and wise wizard like you doesn't need it but its nice to be polite and offer
>>31382738>Watch him fight.>wait until his life is in jeopardy, then save himFAVOUR RETURNED
>>31382738>Offer to assist him.Might as well be polite.
>>31382738>Offer to assist him.
>>31382738"That thing looks huge! Would you... like some help with it, Caillou?"He snorts derisively at you, "please. I can handle it perfectly fine without you.""Oh. Okay then."He takes a few paces forwards, then charges up a large magical attack on the sleeping beast. With a loud "HYAA!", he casts a huge ball of blue energy. It hits the beast but other than waking it up, appears to do nothing. Slowly, it lifts its head, looking dazedly about the room before clocking your presence and leading to its feet, pulling what looks to be a gigantic crowbar from the floor beside it.As the beast lets out a deafening roar, you're suddenly overcome with a strange tingly sensation. Ghost writing appears, floating in space before you, while a heavy electro track starts playing from somewhere in the cave above you.[REGINALD DRISBY][~MOUSE WITH A GRUDGE~]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg1iV7cPllIA pause from Caillou. "On second thoughts, perhaps your swordsman might feel left out, alone back there. Care to join me, mister..?""Louie," he responds quickly, nodding his enthusiasm "let's do this!"The mouse finishes preparing itself for battle, lowers its head and charges at you.>Think up a strategy to help them!
>>31383002I'd like to meta but...Freeze the mouse so we can hit him or heat up the crowbar so he drops it.
>>31383002louie fights the rat while caillou uses buff spells on us and/or debuffs on the rat
>>31383002Louie, hit it with your sword!Caillou, use your magic to win!
>>31383002Louie blitzes forwards to meet the over-sized rodent. Apparently not expecting this, the beast quickly tries to change its momentum, only to lose its footing and slide heavily. Louie dodges quickly under the flailing crowbar, almost twice his own height, dragging his sword across the mouse's exposed belly. The blades comes away clean. Drisby growls at Louie, swinging the crowbar back again. The crowbar takes Louie hard in the chest and he's bodily hurled several yards across the cavern to land against the far wall.Drisby heaves himself back to his feet before rushing the prone Louie, pulling the crowbar up to finish him off. "CAILLOU, THE CROWBAR! HEAT IT UP!"Caillou reacts to your instruction instantly, hurling a fireball at the beast about to murder your friend and employee. It strikes true, engulfing the crowbar in bright flames and turning the metal red hot. With a deafening squeal, the gigantic mouse lets go of the crowbar, taking a few steps back while nursing its scalded hand.Louie takes the opportunity to push himself back to his feet.>Keep this formation?>Try something new?
>>31383132Louie! Go for the eyes!
>>31383132>Keep this formation?
>>31383132One hits form the left, and the other the right. The boss can only concentrate on one guy.
>>31383132"Go for the eyes, Louie, the eyes!" Louie takes a running start as the mouse starts to recover, looking up just in time to see Louie flying towards his face. Even jumping, Louie isn't quite high enough to reach the beast's face, but the extra length of his knight's sword makes up the difference, scraping across Drisby's left eye as he falls into him. Drisby lets out another scream before grabbing hold of Louie with both hands. Opening his maw wide, he lifts Louie forward, ready to bite his head off. Caillou gets another saving blast of magic out though, hitting the giant mouse right in the mouth with his second blast of energy.The mouse coughs and splutters, reaching a hand up to swipe at his mouth. Louie uses the moment's distraction to bring his sword down and slice several fingers from the giant's hand. Louie is still falling to the floor when Drisby retaliates with an unaimed backhand. It catches him in the face, throwing him clear of the mouse.>Have Caillou hit the mouse with everything he's got.>Have Caillou cover Louie until he can get back up.
>>31383245>Have Caillou hit the mouse with everything he's got.
>>31383245>>Have Caillou cover Louie until he can get back upIf he gets the final hit we might not be entitled to as much loot.
Rolled 1>Coinflip for tie break
>>31383245As soon as Louie finishes rolling clear, Caillou unleashes the blast he's been charging up. His entire mana reserve is pumped into one gigantic attack which takes the mouse full in the face. Drisby has just enough time to squeak in terror before the ball of energy explodes in his face, hurling the monster across the cavern to crack head-first into the wall.As the beast tumbles to the ground, Caillou is already striding across the room to it. He bends down and rifles through the giant pockets while you help Louie back to his feet. After a few moments, Caillou stands up with an "aha!", holding up a charred lizard on a stick.Tear stares at the mage boy in disbelief. "You mean you fought that monster so you could sneak his SNACKS?"Caillou shrugs the question off. "This is an important alchemical ingredient. Now, if you'll excuse me, I shall be returning home now." Without another word, he opens the lone-standing red door and steps through the portal.You sigh, before distracting yourself with opening the giant treasure chest Caillou left completely untouched.What you find inside almost blows your adorable mind.
>>31383449>adorable mindStop kidding yourself, Recette.
And we're now up to where I wanted to be last night, so that's it for this week folks.Thanks for the thread, and sorry for the slow update times/delays.Hopefully next week will be easier on me.As always, thread is free for use and I'll be about for Q&A if I'm wanted.
>>31383468What's our inventory space, anyway? I remember it was based on merchant level, but Recette already has some...experience...so I'm not sure how much she can actually carry.
>>31383463>>31383468Haha, called it.Will Charme ever get the loli?
>>31383501She's already a runaway princess, let's not turn her into a sexual deviant as well.
>>31383468 hey, i got a little gift for you: http://vocaroo.com/i/s1KW4RFccRVv
>>31383519...Is that Loli from thread 1?That's amazing.I don't even have words to describe...
>>31383519holy shit what
>>31383539yep, her very first spoken line
>>31383519>>31383539Now we just need it in Ukrainian.
>>31383519Oh god what... I dont want to know what you did to that poor child to get her/him/it to do that...
>>31384979Hey man, don't go judging anon too quickly. There are many perfectly legal and moral ways to obtain such a recording. No reason to think anything horrible is going on.
>>31384979 it was just some amateur VA taking requests on /b/ the other dayambi-tan, i think.
See, anon didn't do anything creepy except ask a stranger on the internet to sound like a frightened little girl and then presented the recording to a third stranger on the internet as a gift, which was then accepted as amazing. We're all perfectly sane here.
>>31385760Seems legit to me.In all seriousness, I'd love to hear this girl try out a few more lines.
>>31385841Not the lewds, Kaleun. You really don't need those voiced, trust me.
>>31385841i'd totally ask her for more (and send you the results) if she shows up and i can catch her thread >>31385947 and i'm pretty sure she can do lewds to some extent
>>31385947I'd fund it!Then again, I've not felt the touch of a woman in a long looonnnnng time.Even Kaleun has sig chan :(