character sheet: http://pastebin.com/rZQ8vVBdprevious threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=crusader+questThread 5 didn't archive fully: http://archive.moe/tg/thread/34542810/#q34542810Part 11It is the Year of Our Lord, 1134.You are Wilhelm of Koblenz, and you have just smashed a small force of Seljuq Turks on the road to Jerusalem. Having gathered your supplies and men together, you march the rest of the way to the Holy City unmolested, your men drunk and cheerful on the wine of victory.As you approach the gates of Jerusalem you are assaulted by the sight of pilgrims, dirty and unwashed, mounting holy sigils and remains of their fellow pilgrims high in the air as they cry out at the walls.You spy the golden Dome of the Rock at the top of the Temple Mount, a shimmering beacon as if God himself had set it as a light house to guide the faithful to his city.Walls, tall and commanding, give shelter to the city, but high towers beak over their surface. It is truly one of the great cities, built up from the days of the Romans, and improved by every occupier, making it a home worthy for Christ."Jerusalem!" you cannot help but say it, and they rip from the lips of all your party, a prayer shared by Christian and Muslim alike. Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Jerusalem!
Two threads? Aww yeah OP, you're based.
And it was here that you had to part briefly with Sabeen and her Syrian cohorts."We are forbidden entry," she said, "So we shall wait outside."Indeed something like a small shanty town had developed in the shadow of Jerusalem. Trading poss for Bedouins and other undesirables, where Christians would trade with Muslim and bring goods back into the city. There were few Christians who would refuse the chance to trade for an Arab horse, so this small violation of the spirit of the law was allowed.The gateways and grounds beneath the walls of Jerusalem were lively enough, with throngs of Christian pilgrims and Jew and Muslim merchants bartering with them. Preachers made sermons in ancient style to enraptured listeners. Men of arms moved about, greedy for adventure and salvation. To think of what lay within the city.You enter through the gates, powerfully built structures that were made to resist the fire and storm of all the might of the heretic and pagan, and come upon a small slice of that rambunctious crowd. Over two hundred thousand people lived within the city, and you saw men and women as black as Solomon rubbing shoulders with swarthy Arab and pale Norse alike.Your party, which you had thought strong, was swallowed by these tight packed crowds. Truly a metropolis.> head straight for the palace, and be on your business> go to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
>>35192254Forgot my trip!
>>35192310> head straight for the palace, and be on your businesswe can get a tour of the city later
>>35192310>Dat Ioveta relationship upgradeI sense an upcoming smear campaign on blaise> go to the Church of the Holy Sepulchergot to be a Pious motherfucker
>>35192310> go to the Church of the Holy Sepulchergot to be Shu as fuck
>>35192310>> go to the Church of the Holy SepulcherDid we leave Chiri with Sabeen ?
>>35192384I was more thinking about Welf. Wouldnt really be fitting to bring a corpse to the palace
>>35192310> go to the Church of the Holy Sepulchergot to see to our Nigga WelfRIP ;.;
>>35192310> head straight for the palace, and be on your businessComplete our objective first. Also, I hope we have that letter secured. Don't want a pickpocket taking it.
>>35192406>>35192410Why? He's not going to get any more dead.
>>35192310Also ask if Iovetta can get us a private meeting with her sister the queen
>>35192423he's.....been dead a while & the rotting dead make Ill palace companions, not to mention it's unseemly
>>35192310>> go to the Church of the Holy SepulcherHurray part 2!
>>35192310We are going to buy all the shit here.
>>35192310QM putting in WORK.>go to churchGotta go weep for Welf like Liu Bei
>>35192475We full Shu now , gotta get that sweet Casus belli
>>35192475More like Cao Cao for Dian Wei. Appropriate too since that nigga went down taking a spear meant for us.
HAHA! TIME FOR WILHELM THE LUSTFUL LION!
>>35192497I SENSE A SONG COMING ON!!!
>>35192310hopefuly we are allowed to bring our prisoner with us so we can present him to the king
The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the domed roof blue as a robin's egg. Crowded with pilgrims all asking for blessings, as well as knights and other holy warriors upon their knees, deep in prayer. It was the final place for all crusading knights to visit, to pray in its courtyard or under its roof and finish their pilgrimage. Templars and Hospitallers and Brothers of Lazarus were there, armed and in prayer, the Brothers of Lazarus standing out in their leper wrappings, clutching sick leprous children between them to receive some hope of a miracle for their charges.You are not the only one who had brought a corpse, or one that had died a violent death. Other men had lain out their brothers, to receive rites from priests who walked among the crowd. It was a dangerous land. Your men lay out Welf against a wall, finding what space you can in the courtyard. Iovetta has her head bowed in prayer before your friend, and soon you and all your Christian companions are joining her.An aged priest came by, a humble man in simple vestments with an English cast to his face. He held forth the crucifix and passed a blessing."To see more young men cut down in their prime," the old man said, cracking a knee to be beside, "It breaks my heart. Tell me, how did he came to fall?"It was 'Judith' that spoke. "In my defense, Father, against the Saracens," she said, "Or perhaps I should say Uncle."His eyes widened and mouth fell open, but soon he had it closed and was smiling."Aye, perhaps," he said, pinching Iovetta's cheek. "Come, come to my chambers," he hurried Iovetta off her feet.> go with her> stay with Welf
>>35192583>> go with herASSASSINS COULD BE ANYWHERE!....yes yes thats it.
>>35192583> go with her
>>35192583> go with herShe still need our protection
>>35192583>> go with her
>>35192583>go with herinb4 pervy priest
"She goes no where without me," you said, climbing to your feet with hand to sword. The old priest paused, but Iovetta took you by the hand."He comes with me," she said, "Always."A faint look of trouble crossed the priest's face but he nodded. "Come then, come," he said, leading the pair of you around the crowd. You had one last glance at Solomon and Hugo, who started as if after you, but your raised hand caused them to stop, as if to tell them to stay with Welf and await your return.The priest took you through the entrance of the Church, and though it made you gog he passed by the art and relics with little thought of them. He led you round the pilgrims and as he passed some cried to him."Patriarch, bless us!"But he ignored them, so intent was he on Iovetta. Up a stairwell into a private chamber at last, he closed the door with an 'oomph' and breathed a sigh of relief.Then, "Oh blessed 'Vette!" he had her in his arms and tried to lift her into a hug, "We feared you dead or worse.""Uncle William!" she laughed against his cheek. He placed her down, laughing."Oh but I thought I'd never see you again in this life, it has been so long," he said, "You have grown into a fine young woman, a fine young woman!" You could not deny that.Then he looked to you."And are you to thank for all this?" he asked, voice wrung with mistrust."He is," she said, frowning at his cross tone.> explain the events that had brought you here> let Iovetta explain
>>35192753>> let Iovetta explainLets just be the silent guardian for now
>>35192753>Patriarchoh god this family is scary stronk!> let Iovetta explain
>>35192753>> explain the events that had brought you hereWe have a silver tongue, let's use it
>>35192753> let Iovetta explainWe'll talk if she asks us to.
>>35192753>let her explain
You defer to Iovetta, who explains some of the journey, most curiously the adventures she had before your meeting. She spoke of the other sisters she had traveled with, some killed others taken, and of the soldiers that had died in her defense. Welf was hardly the first to fall.And her voice was full of hardship, 'til she came to your meeting."Wilhelm, that is Sir Wilhelm here, came upon us, driving back the Saracens. With only a score of knights he beat them back though they had thrice his number easily." She said, "And he would do so again, each time the heathens would come across us, fast into the fray no matter their numbers. A-a gallant knight." She looked up to you with cheeks rosy, eyes wide, hands before her chest."And all the while he kept my secret, even from his closest comrades. Never once has he lied to me, and he has taught me much."Patriarch William's brow lowered the more she spoke of you, and he had a hawk glance for you as well."And well it is you've returned to us whole," he said, "Your sisters have feared for your life, and the king has posted a bounty for your safe return." He went to sit in a fine chair beside a writing desk, sun sliding in through a narrow window. "And now that you are here you can be entered into St Anne, swear your vowels, and finally take your place in the Church.""Oh," she formed the vowel so softly, her eyes downcast. Ah yes, that. He had said the words with all kindness, but it looked as if he had slapped the girl.> go with God, Iovetta> should you not see your sisters first?
>>35192879>> should you not see your sisters first?
>>35192879> should you not see your sisters first?
>>35192879>> should you not see your sisters first?Oh no, we have to save her from this fate!
>>35192879> should you not see your sisters first?You can't run away from your vows once they have been made.
>>35192879>> should you not see your sisters first?This will probably get us excommunicated down the line
>>35192955No, this is her choice. We merely adviced her and showed her the world, giving her experience to make it
>>35192966Emphasis on ''her'' choice
"Is it not too early for such talk," you say, "Iovetta has only just found shelter after weeks of terror. Would that she be reunited with her family first."The Patriarch of Jerusalem looks ready to scowl but instead sighs and nods. "Of course," a smile was soon on his face, "Yes, you are right. My fervor spurs me into indecent action 'Vette should see her sisters, and be reconciled before any vows taken." He took Iovetta by the hand and squeezed. "You cannot know how glad my heart is to have you back among us, how I cherish the memories of you yelling through the halls, all limbs a flying. Life and joy you bring with you." Then he leaned forward and kissed her brow. "Go, find your sisters."As she bowed and left the Patriarch had one thing to say to you, in flat monotone."Tread carefully."And you were outside his office, and Iovetta had you by the hand and was swinging from your wrist."Oh Wilhelm, I am home!" she said with bright happy tears, coming up into your arms for a hug. "I must show you it all, everything."And she showed you Golgotha, the Catholicon and the Stone of Unction, and all the chapels dedicated to the saints. And she told you the stories of it, the places her father had put in and the history behind every scratched surface and relic.Truly this must have been where she first found god.And you were out among the open air again, and all the crying pilgrims, with your men back around you, the prayers for Welf finished. His remains would stay here and until they would be collected and interred in a crowded field by the priests, a special place of rest for fallen crusaders."Where first," you asked her, "The palace?"She froze in place, and rubbed her right arm. "I would go anywhere else first," she confessed.> go to the palace> find an inn for you and your men> go to the markets (inside)> go to the markets (outside)
>>35193041> find an inn for you and your menLets set up our people first before heading the palace
>>35193041> find an inn for you and your men> go to the markets (inside)easier to see those who could be following us.
>>35193041> find an inn for you and your menThen markets, then palace! Like Iovetta says
>>35193041> find an inn for you and your men
>>35193041>find an inn for your menThen buy stuff
An inn first. You have no small number of soldiers to station. Luckily there was a large inn by David's Tower that could fit your troops. 'The Moor's Head', it had painted the sneering, thick lipped decapitated head of a black man on its sign, bleeding out on the words.It was a noisy place, crowded with caravan guards and merchantmen, dice games rife and no serving girl passing unhassled. One man pinched Adelheid fully on the rump, earning a bright cry from her and a hard fist from Solomon, but a brawl did not ensue as the man was knocked clean unconscious and his fellows laughed over his head, tipping horns of ale on their downed compatriot.You go meet the innkeeper and rooms are arranged, four to a room and thirty pfennings in all, including dinner."Could I speak with you sir," Iovetta asked, "In private?" She pointed up the stairs to one of the hired rooms. She danced on the spot, rocking from heel to toe and hands fidgeting behind her back.> of course> not now
>>35193152> of course
>>35193152>> of course
>>35193152> of courseoh god it's happening isn't it?>One man pinched Adelheid fully on the rump, earning a bright cry from her and a hard fist from Solomon, but a brawl did not ensue as the man was knocked clean unconscious Damn Solobro stop being so based.
"Of course," you say, following her up. She leads you back into an empty chamber, closes it behind her. She presses her back against the door. She looked as if she were struggling for breath, panting for a second. Slowly she marshaled herself, took great deep, steady breaths.Then she looked up at you."I-" she shook as she said the words, "I do not know what to do. I do not know what I want." She strode across the room, large strides, kicking up her skirts. "I do not want to go to St Anne's," she said, twisting about. "I do not want to go to the palace." She twisted the other way. "I do not know, but." She stopped twisting, facing away from you, clutching her chest. "But I feel one thing."She turned. She came up to you slowly. She had the look of a girl not yet fully grown, but you felt she would grow taller yet. She rocked on heel to toe, and butted her forehead against your chest. She stayed there, and put her hands on your stomach, feeling it. Flat and hard.And then she ran them up, smoothed them over your chest. Then she looked you in the eyes.She popped up on tip-toes, and pressed her quivering lips to yours, a soft kiss.And she fell back to the flat off her feet, a little quivering sigh of pain and confusion, and pressed a hand to the tears that were building in her eyes.> return the kiss> put the girl aside gently
>>35193271AH FUCK> return the kiss ever so gently> put the girl aside gently
>>35193271> return the kiss
>>35193271first> return the kissthen> put the girl aside gentlyNo maidenhead stealing!Thats a quick way to lose ones head. As much as i would love to return it
>>35193288>>35193299You really can't do bother here.Don't worry about maiden heads just yet.
>>35193271>> return the kiss
>>35193271>return the kiss
>>35193320> return the kissThen
>>35193271> put the girl aside gentlyalways pull back the first time and they will be yours forever
>>35193298>>35193325>>35193333>>35193336>>35193337>>35193338stupid sexy Bard reflexs
>>35193374>Willhelm Virgintop kek
>>35193374Not returning the kiss will make the situation terribly awkward
You cup her chin, a tear rolls against your hand, down your wrist. You tip her chin up, and lower your mouth to hers. She sniffs, her body all a tremble as her lips part, and your mouth closes around hers, your tongue sliding 'tween her lips.She tastes sweet, and eager, her trembles start subsiding as she arcs into your kiss.She twists up to meet you, reaches up to grab you by the front of your maille, roping her other arm 'round your neck. She pulls herself up on your boots, and your hands find her hips, pull her from the earth entirely, up into your arms, up above your head 'til your head was tipped back and she was holding your face in her hands, kissing you deep, grabbing your dark hair.And something broke in your chest, as the waters of the Rhine that had haunted you flushed from your chest, replaced instead by a fierce hot fire."I love you," she said the words in your ear like they were words of blasphemy that should not be spoken, or perhaps a prayer said with the greatest reverence. Kissing your cheek, feeling your stubble, she felt for you. "By God and Christ and the Holy Ghost, I love you."She was still crying and her face was pale, her eyes wide and staring."I love you," she said the words and looked struck, her youthful vigor all gone from that expression.> I love you too> ....
>>35193474>> ....CHECK THE HALL!
>>35193474>> I love you too
>>35193474>I love you toono way to stop this train now...
>>35193474>> ....This shit be tragic yo. We are but a landless knight and she is a princess.
>>35193474>I love you tooC'mon don't make her feel bad
>>35193474> I love you too
>>35193474>> ....start weeping
>>35193474>> I love you tooTake her into a deep kiss, then look her steadily in the eye and then slowly say: "For the longest time, I thought I would never love again. Never in my wildest dreams back home on the Rhineland did I believe that. But today, in the heart of Holy Jerusalem, I have learned to love once again." And then smooch her again.
Question, is this best girl?(I just wandered in here. no idea what im doing)
>>35193474"Love is but a fickle mistress, it places before me one that could meet be replaced, but is so far from my grasp only god could grant me the strength to claim her."
>>35193539No the best girl is our slave girl. Current one is good too though
>>35193539she is tied with Chiri>>35193548>>35193534Guys, you are over doing it again
>>35193534>For the longest time, I thought I would never love again.we're 17....
>>35193539Willhelm is a bard knight modeled after Liu bei/Cao cao so maybe? shes most certainly not the last
>>35193539>Question, is this best girl?According to Wikipedia and what little historical data we have... if we wanna go full Cao Cao, we'd best take her as a serious romance interest. Use her as a springboard to greater things, even though she's the youngest daughter and has a very minor claim that could be pressed...
>>35193548Fucking whoops "Love is but a fickle mistress, it places before me one that could never be replaced, but is so far from my grasp only god could grant me the strength to claim her."Damn phone
>>35193561Previous threads stated we had a lover back in the Rhineland. Think it was in the song we played at the inn with Malik's crew about 5 or so threads back.Ex-lover drowned in the Rhine River and broke Willy's heart.
>>35193565meta playing son you'll want to not plan like that
>>35193539I like her character a lot. Our Kurdish Charizard makes us look good by spying on local lords for us. >>35193564>>35193565I liked TKQ as much as anyone, but I hope the Cao Cao/Liu Bei thing is just a meme and not an actual guide to people. Wilhelm's a pretty distinct character and I don't like reducing him to a historical entity from an entirely different culture and time.
>>35193597Its a bit of a joke. Everytime we are noble and wandering around with our comrades in arms we are Liu Bei.Every time we "court" the ladies or our ambition we are Cao Cao.All other times we are Mark Anthony
>>35193565That's more of a Liu Bei action. Cao Cao could just go "I got the emperor lol" as justification for anything. We gotta actually work for a righteous reason for any politics that we do like Liu Bei aside from muh lineage
>>35193611And as of Thread 10, we'd "Wilhelm von Koblentz, the Lion of the Rhine."Richard I, eat your heart out.
>>35193597>but I hope the Cao Cao/Liu Bei thingIt's an app comparison considering the only thing Wilhelm had going for him in the beginning was his Charisma & Ambition a plenty>>35193611Nigga please we're going full Caesar
>>35193620>"Wilhelm von Koblentz, the lustful Lion of the Rhine."fix'd it for you anon
>>35193620>tfw I was the one that suggested skinning the Lion>Mfw it's finally bearing fruit
>>35193621>Nigga please we're going full CaesarIf we were Caesar we wouldnt get our ass kicked so much
>>35193661Nigga its only because you keep insisting we pick fights with others
>>35193661He's referring to Augustus obviously. We haven't met our Agrippa to win our battles while we take care of politics and fuck senator's wives.
>>35193661Hope that Solobro doesn't betray us in the end...
>>35193679Nigga please he's our Guan yu>We still haven't found our third brotherOlive garden oath when?
>>35193707anon pls ;.;
"I love you too."She seemed struck a second time, and raised a hand to her mouth."You liar," she said, backing away a step."I've never lied to you," you said, stepping forward. Her back came to the wall, and your hand found her cheek. "I will never lie to you," you said. "I love you. I loved Judith the novice and I love you, Princess."She put a hand to your chest. She tried to talk but couldn't muster words, just felt you along the chest, up to your collar, noting every link in your maille. She closed her head against your chest and felt the hard armour against her cheek."You are incredible," you said, running your fingers down her back. And you saw the first smile light her face as she blushed."My knight," she said, "My Lion of Germany." She peered back up with expectant eyes and you kissed her, a long lion grin breaking across your face.And then a bashing came upon your door."Open in the name of God and King Fulk!" a voice hoarse and raw bellowed.And the smiles were gone from both your faces as the door came in.A big old man, balding and grey with the colours of Jerusalem on his surcoat came through. You saw your men behind held at spear point, men-at-arms and Templars both holding them hostage."I am William Bures, Constable of Jerusalem," he said, and gave Iovetta an angry puff, "Though you know that young lady. And I am placing you under arrest.""What charge!?" Iovetta demanded, shock clear in her voice."Conspiracy against the king!" he thundered, gesturing a letter, "And abduction of a royal princess!"Oh hell! You could guess whose note that was.(cont.)
>>35193718>"Conspiracy against the king!" he thundered, gesturing a letter, "And abduction of a royal princess!"Oh boy, here we go
>>35193718Should had gone straight to the palace after the temple
>>35193729>>35193736>>35193738Told you not to join the covenant
>>35193740Nah, we are just gonna use our max charisma to get us out of the mess. One letter's not going to damn us.
>>35193747>Implying it's not going to be a natural 1
>>35193695I always thought that he was our Xu Chu. Just sick him on something and watch him go crazy on it, and he's done a great job bodyguarding us.Anyway hoping for a third bro who we discover among the common soldiers
>>35193738Baldwin anon, Baldwin.>>35193747Who is he going to believe some letter from a petty lord full of envy or the the guy who brings him her sister in law and the sultans cousin?
You are Hugo of Koblenz, squire to Sir Wilhelm, and you have just seen your brother dragged out of the inn while you were engaged with his saddle bags. As your brother was taken by he mouthed a word at you. 'Letters' you thought it was.Judith came out, screaming after the big old man who led your brother away, tears flowing down her face.Wilhelm was calling back to her, telling her it would all be right, that he would not be harmed.What by hell was going on?You find in your saddle bags a pair of letters, sealed by noble signets, and stuffed them down the front of your shirt. These must be the letters he spoke off, he had never shown them to you before.A man-at-arms in the livery of Jerusalem came upon you, a sword at his belt and an ugly hitch in his step. He had red pustules across his face and a cleft lip."And who the hell are you?" he asked.> I'm nobody (roll 1d100, average of three)> run like hell! (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>35193760>> I'm nobody (roll 1d100, average of three)I'm Reek
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>35193760>> I'm nobody (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>35193758No shit it was Baldwin faggot blaise is our arch enemy though> run like hell! (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>35193760>> run like hell! (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>35193760> I'm nobodyI"m just tending unto my master's horse.
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>35193760>> run like hell! (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>35193760>> run like hell! (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35193767>>35193770>>35193771Dammit Hugo you little shit
>>35193767>>35193770>>35193771Dice Gods don't like our brother apparently
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>35193760> run like hell! (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35193760>> I'm nobody (roll 1d100, average of three)Remember that it's just first 3 rolls of any choice.
"I-" your wits fly apart and instead, you punch the man directly in his fat fucking nose, feel it crunch under your knuckles and blood spill out. "Fuck you." And you fly from his hand, almost falling face first into a clump of horse shit as you go. The man screams after you, lunges, and tears the collar of your tunic.You were not the only one that fled, you saw other companions tear off before the guards could catch them. Solomon, and the soldier Tancred, but Orlando was being dragged off as well.You fly down unfamiliar streets, other men chasing after you. Hell on earth, you think, hell on earth!You pound down the pavement and see a slip in a door, and luck had it you were small enough to slip in. The men-at-arms bound on wall as they try to fit the crack. You clamber up like a monkey, clamber up until you are on a roof, startling doves into flight, and take a wheezing breath.And when you look you find you are completely lost, unable to make anything from the sea of humanity stretching wall to wall around you, the glimmer of the desert beyond.Christ, you fall to your knees. Christ help me, you pray. You try not to cry. For your brother, for your friends, for yourself.> search for one of your friends lost in the city (roll 1d100, best of three)> try to get out of the city, for now (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>35193933>> search for one of your friends lost in the city (roll 1d100, best of three)Come on, Solo-bro!
>>35193933>Write inFulfil the mission, bring the letters to the queen.
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>35193933>> search for one of your friends lost in the city (roll 1d100, best of three)
Rolled 68 (1d100)>>35193933>> search for one of your friends lost in the city (roll 1d100, best of three)>but Orlando was being dragged off as well.Orlando being Orlando
>>35193947Hugo doesn't know what the letters are about.
>>35193933> search for one of your friends lost in the city (roll 1d100, best of three)Chi>Implying anyone pays attention to some whoreGOOD INVESTMENT!
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>35193933>> search for one of your friends lost in the city (roll 1d100, best of three)Solomon
>>35193969Chiri is outside the city with Sabeen
>>35193933>search for one of your friendsSolomon!
Rolled 31 (1d100)>>35193933Find Solomon
>>35193996That's a good thing, they're fine.
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>35193933> try to get out of the city, for nowFind Sabeen and Chiri
So Solomon, Tancred, and Orlando, Theodore, and Raymond were with us.Franz, Chiri, and Sabeen should be outside of the city.Shit, we need to warn Raymond or he could get caught as well.
You climb down from the roof, heart settling. You would need to be calm now, nervousness earned you nothing.You gingerly touched the ground, and began to walk, look for signs around you that were familiar."Franz?" you cried, "Solomon?" Night was coming on quick, and with it loud drunks spilling out of ale houses. You took your sword by hand. Laughing women could be heard behind shuttered windows. Laughs that turned to other things."Welf," you cry, coming to stand beside a street corner."What's this?" a harsh voice, "A pretty boy, or a girl in disguise? 'Tis a sin to dress such, let's get you out of it!" A knife flashed as it was drawn, as two hunched men came either side of you, pederast grins and bulging crotches.You put a hand to your sword."You leave that boy be," a familiar brassy voice said, slinking out of the night. He had his outward curving sword in hand, and a bloodied nose, swollen eye.Solomon.They backed away from the large Nubian."Didn't know he was yours," they said.> attack the men> let them go
>>35194029>> let them goWe need to find the others and make a plan
>>35194029>> let them go
>>35194022Franz is in the city, as he was baptised and technically no longer a Jew (some of the time at least). I cut a bit for length where you'd argue with a guard and figured a convincing roll would be superflous as it would be hard to fail.
>>35194029>let them goWe don't need people to stare at and delay us right now
>>35194029>let them goWe don't need this shit right now
You keep a hand at your hilt but let the men slink off into the night, and then you were over at Solomon, hugging the big man."Good to see you too, Little Brother," he sad, hooking your shoulder. He was hurt, his leg had been hurriedly strapped. "Bastards tried to grab me when they grabbed Wilhelm," he said, got a poke in the leg and a couple blows to the face.""I broke a guy's nose," you said, and Solomon laughed. Some of his blood was still on your knuckle."We've got to stay low if we want to help your brother," he said, limping beside you, "Find a safe house. You know what any of that was about?"You shook your head."Damn that man," Solomon scowled, coming to rest beside a house. "Maybe we can find Adelheid, or sneak out and hook up with Sabeen." He spoke with eyes closed, sweat beading his forehead.> tell him about the letters> say nothing for now
>>35194111>> tell him about the lettersMaybe Solomon knows anything. We know he doesnt, but Hugo dont
>>35194111>> tell him about the lettersI suppose it's an IC-decision since brother knows nothing about them except that they are important enough that we pointed them out while we were dragged away.
>>35194111>Tell him about the lettersNot exactly in a position to be keeping secrets
>>35194111> tell him about the lettersWILLLLLLLLHEEEEEELLLLLMMM
>>35194111>tell him about the lettersMight as well get that part where everyone confronts Wilhelm about secretkeeping out of the way
>>35194111> tell him about the lettersSurely Solomon Wilhelms brother in arms knows more than us a mere child right? RIGHT?!!
>>35194144>>35194138Wilhelms schemes and ploys are finally catching up on him
>>35194111>> say nothing for nowDoor no.2
>>35194159You mean his dickings?
>>35194165Think they are one and the same
>Tfw writing up a ''confession'' for our Trial
You pull the letters your brother had bid you keep out from under your tunic. "He told me to grab these," you said, holding them up to Solomon. He looked at them first, then gingerly took them. Peered at the seals."This is Count Hugh's seal," he said of one, "But the other....I don't know.""He thought they were important," you said, and Solomon nodded."They most likely are," he said, and handed them back to you, "They might be his freedom." He groaned and slid to the ground and you felt a flutter of panic in your chest."No, no, no," you said, helping the man up."Adelheid," he said, "St Anne." Sabeen, you thought, and you wished her tall armoured presence was here, half a laugh across her lips and the faint hint of a scowl in her brow all at once.> take him to Adelheid at St Anne's church> try to get him out to Sabeen
>>35194188>> take him to Adelheid at St Anne's church
>>35194188> take him to Adelheid at St Anne's churchThere will be medics there
>>35194188> take him to Adelheid at St Anne's church
>>35194188> try to get him out to SabeenGoing on gut feeling here
>>35194188>> try to get him out to SabeenAdelheid is not really trustworthy despite (or because of) Solomon dicking her.
>>35194188> try to get him out to Sabeenit's likely any known accomplice of Ioveta & Willhelm will be watched closely
>>35194216>>35194213>>35194208Guys he needs a medic
>>35194188>> try to get him out to Sabeen
>>35194221and what good will a medic do if he gets captured?
>>35194231And what good will he do if he bleeds out on the floor ?
>>35194188>take him to Adelheid at St Anne's churchAs much as we need to Sabeen asap he needs medical help>>35194231What if he dies getting out of the city?
>>35194188>take him to Adelheid at St Anne's churchNever underestimate the bleed status
>>35194188>>35194213Changing to > take him to Adelheid at St Anne's church
> Raymond ratted our assKEK
>>35194270>Raymond Nigga it was obviously Baldwin
>>35194270Yall need to stop getting Raymond and Baldwin confused.
>Sister Adelheid (friendly)Her opinion of us improved it seems
>>35194320Oh wait, that is her opinion of Hugo
>>35194320That's because you are looking at Hugo's character sheet.
>>35194270inb4 5 year timeskip where Wilhelm gets stuck in prison while Judith gets married off to some noble, which leads to Wilhelm losing his smile and only thinking about killing BaldwinJust like Liu Bei!
>>35194320>All the fun descriptions gone awwCaptcha: prayed approguOh shi-
>>35194348>Just like Liu Bei!Anon, that's Count of Monte Cristo, not Liu Bei. You got your Dumas mixed up with Luo Guanzhong.
>>35194377Agreed.So much.Oh god I hope Wilhelm's alright
>>35194377>Past companions: WillhelmHaha he's still alive right?.........right?
You had never had much to do with the nun, save a few Sunday lectures and a couple afternoons in her company. She seemed a nice, smart woman. And Solomon was calling for her. You shoulder your large friend, your tight newly teenage muscles straining under his weight as you clambered.St Anne's was a new church, and it was easy to get directions. When you reached there, and drummed on the door, an old woman answered."Adelheid," Solomon croaked."A drunk, calling after one of our girls," she sniffed, and you yowled in frustration."He is bleeding sister!" you said, pointing to his bandaged leg. She peered down and nodded."So he is," she said, and drew the door open a crack further. You barreled your friend into the church. Novice girls looked up in shock at the sight of two armed men (well, one and a half) come bursting into their cloister."Ladies be calm!" the old sister said, clapping her hands, "Someone fetch that German girl, Adelheid, and for God's sake will one of you healthy young fillies help the lad with the Nubian. He looks ready to collapse!"A girl bolted off while two others came to help you. A freckle faced red haired girl of perhaps fifteen, and a black haired but pale girl maybe a year younger."Settle 'im here," the red head said in an accent you didn't recognise, ambling him towards the pews, "Sodom and Gomorrah he's heavy!" The black haired girl flicked her for her blaspheme."Mind yer tongue Maggie Ui Harra," she said."Mind yours, Etain Ui Niall," she shot back, "And your eyes too, I see what you're lookin' at."Etain blushed. "As if you weren't!" she shot back, tracing a hand over Solomon's abdomen.The girl who ran, who might be perhaps ten or eleven, returned with Adelheid. She gasped in shock."Take him to my chambers at once!" hell, you groaned as you picked Solomon back up, and Solomon groaned too. It set a terrible clutch in your stomach. With the help of Maggie and Etain you settle him in Adelheid's chamber.(cont.)
>>35194377I believe in Hugo. He will be boss.
>>35194338>>35194340StatsLead: 60War: 77+2 (79)Int: 69Cha: 72Jesus, Hugo's stronger than Wilhelm at age 13. His intelligence is basically comparable with Wilhelm too.
>>35194399One things for sure, he won't be the same dude once we see him again
>Felt so warm and comfy with victory last thread>This thread
>>35194405>"Mind yer tongue Maggie Ui Harra," she said.>"Mind yours, Etain Ui Niall," she shot back, "And your eyes too, I see what you're lookin' at."Fucking highlanders & their blood fueds
>>35194426Crusader Quest in a nutshell
>>35194432Sounds like Ui Harra talk to me
>>35194405LOL IRISHJAYSUS FOOKIN CHRIST
>>35194412>Hugo's mom was genetically superior to Wilhelm'sHe's the true son, Wilhelm is the bastard
Adelheid pushes you from the room. "You did well Hugo," she said, kissing you on the cheek, "But you can't see this. Go pray for him in the church."The door closed behind you as you saw a knife produced. Oh God, keep him safe.Etain and Maggie both hung about the door, and they looked at you curiously, Maggie smiling, swaying on her heels, but Etain fidgeting with her cloth and looked around you as much as at you.> wait with the girls> go pray in the church proper
>>35194446>> wait with the girlsDamn Irish
>>35194439Shut yer mouth Ui Niall> go pray in the church properDEUS VAULT SOLOMON WILL LIVE!
>>35194433a rollercoaster of emotions>>35194446> go pray in the church properWe are a good christian
>>35194446> wait with the girlsGoing to the real church will bring attention
>>35194446>> go pray in the church proper
>>35194446>> wait with the girlsKeep an eye out for constables.Fuck da police
>>35194449>>35194451>>35194458Who else will be in the proper church guys?God comes after our survival.
>>35194446>go pray in the church properWe're much holier than Wilhelm!
>>35194446>> wait with the girlsIt's time for Hugo to take up Wilhelm's mantle.
>>35194446> wait with the girls
>>35194446>> wait with the girls
>>35194446> wait with the girlsHugo still has the letters.
>>35194472SHUT YER MOUTH UI NIALL> go pray in the church proper
>>35194472They wouldn't dare violate the sanctity of the house of God by arresting us in Church right? RIGHT?
>>35194500Yes they would, and if they wouldn't, they'd wait just outside.
>>35194500They are gonna drag us out of the church, then arrest us.
>>35194446> go pray in the church properWe need GOD'S blessing in our endeavour!I wonder if we know any Latin...
>wait with the girlsI think this guy's more "holy" thab the girls.
>>35194497>>35194514Why're you guys being so stupid? We need to retain a low level of attention, going out in plain sight is not a good idea.
>Hugo takes after Willhelmeh It must be a Koblenz thing
>>35194535Their father also has it
OP If you killed off Wilhelm I will find you and stab your dick I swear on me mum
>>35194528>Implying a thirteen year old is thinking with his head not his heart
>>35194549>implying a thirteen year old is thinking with his heart and not his dickHe wants dem Irish potatoes
>>35194565so basically Hugo is a less charismatic Willhelm with less reverence for the hereafter?>MFWwe black knight soon!
Goddamnit guys, dont corrupt Hugo. He is a good boy
You wait. Prayer would come -after- Solomon was saved. You'd seen enough people die to know prayer offered little help in their survival. You'd killed enough men now to know that their last prayers meant nothing compared to your spear in their gut. Or their throat. Or their eye.Your arm shook, a phantom memory of the crunch of your spear in a body."So who are ye?" Maggie asked, "Come knockin' on our door near midnight.""It's just past nine," Etain admonished but Maggie rolled her eyes."Hugo," you say."I'm Maggie," the red head said, "From Dublin y'know." You didn't, you'd never heard of the place. "And this is Etain, from out Connacht way. Where you from?""Koblenz," you said. You heard Solomon howl and started at the door."Who is that Nubian to ye?" Etain asked."My brother," you said it as pure reflex, eyes on the door.The girls exchanged a look and you saw Maggie smile, biting her lip, while Etain let out a flushed huff. Maggie traced the pommel of your sword."Yer a right interesting lad," she said, "But standing here won't help him none. Come back to our chamber and we'll see you situated for the night, get some rest.""We share a room, and it's a little slice of hell," Etain said, plucking some stray dirt from your shoulder. "But maybe we can fix it up for you."What need have you for a night's rest while Solomon was under the knife?"Adelheid will care for him," Maggie said, touching your arm.> go with the girls> keep your vigil
>>35194613Blame the Irish wenches not us.
>>35194617>> keep your vigil
>>35194617>> keep your vigilBros over Irish hos Hugo's never going to get laid
>>35194617>Keep your vigilWe might not be a knight yet, but I'll be good god damned if we aren't gonna act like one.
>>35194617> keep your vigil
>>35194617>> keep your vigilstupid sexy Chivalry
>>35194617Ho boy, damn redheads, spawn of devilBONER STOP
>>35194617>keep your vigilGet your filthy potatoes away from me. Also enjoying yourself while your valuable subordinate suffers is unbecoming of a lord
>>35194668can't stop the devils own anon
What did I say? These nuns are succubus(succubi,succubusses?)>stay vigilMake them work for it
>>35194668Redheads are pure anon
>>35194617>> keep your vigilIf they are going to seduce us, they will have to bring their A-game
>>35194697I'm still hoping Hugo acquires a qt. Yandere redhead
>>35194757>implying he wont end up with Sabeen
>>35194643Sure he will. Sabeen and Chiri exist
>>35194760>Implying he has to end up with Sabeen to have a qt. Yandere waifu
>>35194771We are going to cockblock him forever.
You push her hand aside, and take up across the corridor, eyes on the door. Maggie frowned, flipped her hair with a cough."I heard Germans were a fun lovin' lot, not grim stoics," she said, crossing her arms very deliberately beneath her breasts. Etain smirked at her 'friend' but did the same. "Well, we'll not leave you all on your lonesome." Maggie sighed, rolled her eyes."So, have you ever killed anyone before?" Etain asked, looking at you sword."Yes," again, sharp and reflexive. It made the girls wince, but you corrected something. "Not with this though, with a spear."Your answer made the girls both retreat and draw forward as well, a mix of horror and fascination on their faces. They must not have much time out in the world, it was not an unusual quality. Though, as you reckoned it Wilhelm had not seen a killing battle until his fifteenth year. So you had three or near enough on him.Solomon did not cry out again, and soon you heard his voice but could not understand his words, low but feverish and rumbling, and you heard Adelheid answer, a muffled feminine sound rather than true words also."Ooh!" Maggie's eyes twinkled, pressing her ear against the door."You're a sinner by birth, Maggie," Etain said, but had her ear against the door as well."Aren't we all?" Maggie replied.That was certainly curious, particularly the shocked giggle Etain gave.> press your ear to the door> respect Solomon's privacy
>>35194804> respect Solomon's privacy
>>35194804>> respect Solomon's privacy"And you ladies should aswell"
>>35194804> respect Solomon's privacyHe must be telling Adelheid about what happened.
>>35194804> press your ear to the door
>>35194804Press your ear goddamnit Solobro
>>35194804>Respect his privacyThey'll probably just blurt what they heard out loud anyway, and we keep the moral high ground
>>35194804>> press your ear to the door
>>35194804> respect Solomon's privacyPray in the hall
>>35194804>respect Solomon's privacy
>>35194804>"I heard Germans were a fun lovin' lot, not grim stoics,""Those would be the Italians.">respect Solomon's privacyLet's get prayan, nothing to see or hear here
>>35194959But anon we have to protect him from these two succubi, someone has to guard the door
>>35194971Too late, he's got one of his own.Meanwhile we have to protect OURSELVES from those two succubi.I swear nuns in 1134 are naughtier than those in anime.
>>35194982Dont worry, we just have to find out what Wilhelm would do, and then not do that
>>35195002>Dont worry, we just have to find out what Wilhelm would do, and then not do thatNo, anon, we must do what Wilhelm would have done. It's the only way
You stay where you are with arms crossed, watching the giggling girls. But even you can hear the low moan that was soon coming forth, and you knew it wasn't Solomon. You blushed despite yourself. You'd heard the night sounds of men and women before, your brother and his girls, Solomon and his. You'd seen Solomon disappear into a stable with two farm girls while retrieving his horse what felt ages ago, and had stood awkwardly outside and waited for him to finish, keeping an eye out for their brothers and husbands. It was your lot it seemed, to stand about awkwardly while pretty girls made off with bigger, stronger, better looking men.You remember lying up at night, consumed with thoughts of all the women you'd met, while listening to the moans of your brother's slave girl.And you watch those girls blush bright red and wring hands in their shifts as they eavesdropped on such an engagement, though you wondered how Solomon could muster such strength.These girls were meant to be for holy service, that woman meant to be a bride of Christ. Yet Solomon made Christ a cuckold. You felt sick.But then you squeezed your eyes and prayed that Solomon would be alright and recover in full. Because he was your brother. And you prated for Wilhelm, who might be locked up in a cell in some dungeon. Your brother, your only family.He could have all the girls, he could have Sabeen, if he would just be delivered safely from bondage. You would give up all lust and worldly aims just to see his smile, feel his hand ruff your hair again. You felt like crying over it all, but knights don't cry.And you would, you would sleeeep. Your head rocked forward as you slipped away.-You awoke in a strange bed, and a strange room. You blinked bleary eyes as a shape came solid. A girl shape, a fuzzy outline, and it was lifting something, a cloth?Black hair and pale milk skin, lit by a crack of sun light.> close your eyes and preserve your virtue!> blink the sleep from your eyes and sit up
>>35195010> blink the sleep from your eyes and sit up
>>35195010>> blink the sleep from your eyes and sit up
>>35195010>> blink the sleep from your eyes and sit upCurses Succubus!
>>35195010>> close your eyes and preserve your virtue!
>>35195010>blink the sleep from your eyes and sit upThis is not a time to be off our guard. If it's lewdity, tell that Irish she-devil we'll have no truck with it. If it's anyone trying to catch us off guard, they get a broken nose and some bruised balls.
>>35195010> close your eyes and preserve your virtue!"E-evil te-temptress b-begone!"
>>35195010>He could have all the girls, he could have Sabeen, if he would just be delivered safely from bondage. You would give up all lust and worldly aims just to see his smile, feel his hand ruff your hair again. You felt like crying over it all, but knights don't cry.Hugo is a true brother and knight
>TFW Wilhelm is being interrogated and tortured right now>Tfw they're breaking his nose in revenge for Solomon's fist>Tfw they're preparing his execution
>>35195010> blink the sleep from your eyes and sit up>Yet Solomon made Christ a cuckold. You felt sick.Lighten up, Hugo!
>>35195082>Passing up the plot hook where we meet Wilhelm again but he's lost his smilepls
>>35195082>Tfw unknowing victim >Tfw your torturers are breaking shit that already broken>Tfw you did nothing wrong>Tfw castration >Tfw you never got the royal maidenhead
>>35195098Wilhelm losing the Koblenz smile that makes even the most weary of men take heart and make women weak in their knees and their hearts beat fast.Truely a fate worse than death
>>35195098>>35195119You just watch, Hugo's going to protect Wilhelm's smile.
>>35195145It's already been a day. Maybe if we rolled higher....
>>35195145Falling prey to rapist nuns isn't the best course of action, though
>>35195163Better than falling prey to rapist priests. Just lie back and think of the Holy Land
>>35195145>Day of Wilhelms execution>axe is about to drop>a sudden stirring of white doves as the axeman is cut down by a figure clothed in pure whiteDEUS VAULT!!!
>>35195173>Better than falling prey to rapist priests.Good point, going to a nuns' convent was the right thing
>>35195196>Good point, going to a nuns' convent was the right thingHugo is a smart boy
You scrub the sleep from your eyes and sit up. Etain pulled the shift off from around her head, her black hair a shock. Her skin was not all pale white, she had light freckles along her thigh, and her nipples were a light pink. She did have breasts, little cups that sat high on a proud chest.You are a thirteen year old boy, and you harden visibly through the sheets."Well lad, that's certainly not boyish," Maggie said, propped up at the foot of the bed. You see some blankets scattered on the ground, and only one other bed. Maggie had slept on the floor, and given you her cot.Etain saw you at last and burned red, gathering her shift up to cover herself. But you caught sight of a different little shock of black hair before she could.Thank god she did not scream.You were bare chested and, you could feel, naked below the waist as well. Your clothes and armour were by the doorway, though your sword was missing.Maggie had it in hand."I'll give it back to ye," she said, "If you give us a gander at yer..." her eyes flicked to the tent you'd made in the bed. "Come on, you owe Etain as much fer pervin' on her.""I suppose you do," Etain said, sitting on her bed, still clothed only in her gathered shift. A giggle passed between the girls.> fine (stand for their inspection)> not on your life
>>35195210>> fine (stand for their inspection)Lets play their little game, maybe even show off his scares
>>35195210>> not on your life>''Remember your vows sister''>yes what were they again?
Fun fact: a scenario much like this happened to me when I was thirteen (though the exact circumstances were rather different). That's all I'll say on that.
>>35195210>> not on your life
>>35195210>> fine (stand for their inspection)Try not to cry
>>35195210>> fine (stand for their inspection)Pose for them.We've seen big brother do something similar for the ladies before
Rolled 64 (1d100)Hugo will be the biggest Paladin of Jerusalem and saves the day
>>35195230Fucking ephebophile women
>>35195210>fineWhat could possibly go wrong?
>>35195230Op lead a blessed life you had Willhelm for a brother didn't you?[/spoiler[
>>35195210>f-fineWe doujin now
>>35195210Get ye clothes and wear them. And look for your sword. The metal one, not the one between your legs.
>>35195210>inb4 someone walks inCURSE YOU KOBLENZ LUCK!!!!!!!
Goddamnit we're supposed to rescue Onii-chan and this is what we get.Holy City my ass.
>>35195230Desire to know more intensifies
>>35195210>> fine (stand for their inspection)
>>35195300That's Onii-sama to you!
>Hugo will never be pure for Sabeen
I have to ask HF, do you prefer us scared/sad/angry like this?Or do you like it when we're happy and content?
>>35195321>Hugo gets NTRed by Saladin's uncleHugo had a hard life
>>35195390Everyone is going to have a hard life after this affair if it goes wrong and historical.At least it would explain why Iovetta was all saintly and chaste.
>>35195418>lovetta never loved again>Wilhelm never becomes king of Alexandria>The crusader states never survive
>>35195449>Solomon died a petty bandit>Orlando was forgotten even before he was executed>Chiri was left without her master, left to drift for the rest of her life without purpose or place
You pull the bed sheet off and stand, hold your arms out. Maggie elicits a delighted gasp and Etain's eyes grow very wide. "I didn't think you'd take me serious!" the red haired Dublin girl said, grin wide and burning as bright as her hair."You're um," Etain blinked, "You are um, um." She buried her head in her shift, unable to keep looking, but still giving the occasional peep.You've a scar on your leg from a Saracen spear, and one small one on your chest from a Turk dart that had just barely punched through your maille, softened enough to save you by the gambeson. You had another across your left arm from catching a bad axe blow in your first 'real' fight. All these things you didn't notice at first, but you were picking up scars with worrying rapidity.So long as you focused on your scars you did not think about the hot eyes of the girls peering at you, you resisted the hard urge to blush. You could do little for that hard thing 'tween your legs however.Maggie had a hand reached out as if to touch the scar on your leg, or something else down there."I never seen a naked man that weren't my brother," she said, "And not past six and all in a tub together." She grinned, her chin thrust out and tongue half poked through her teeth.> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fair> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)
>>35195491>> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)
>>35195491>> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fair
>>35195491> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)NIIIIIIIIIISAAAAN
>>35195491>> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)""y-you promised"
>>35195491> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fairthe white knights are out and about
>>35195491 >> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fair
>>35195491> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)
>>35195491> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fairGive them the Koblenz smile, seen brother do it a thousand times, Hugo should be able to pull it off without looking like a complete idiot
>>35195491>> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fairplease stop cockblocking Hugo
>>35195530>White knightsOnly for Wilhelm, Wilhelm needs a white knight
>>35195480>Willhelm will never free Nubia from the egyptians>Wilhelm never got to be a pain in Seljuks backside>We never got to kill Blaise a la Yuan shao>Hugo never got to go full Zhao Yun
>>35195530>>35195537>>35195550>>35195554WhatWhat are you doingWilhelm could be dyingWhy are you fooling around
>>35195491> and what about you Maggie? Fair is fairJust think of Sabeen!
>>35195491> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)Add in a pimp slap too
>>35195584Good point, but at the same time, we can't do much about it right now. Solomon is probably busy with his booty call and we can't go out on our own
>>35195491> enough of this nonsense (you get clothed)Niggas our Brother could be on the block as we speak and your're thinking about debased sins
>>35195584what are supposed to do about it. If Solomon could do it why can't we.
>>35195598We can talk to adelheid about meeting the queen for the letters, in which we can get Wilhelm backOh god, I just remembered it's Hugo's birthday and all this shit happened in it
>>35195626Solomon was unconscious and most likely delirious after his surgery
>>35195626>You just watch, Hugo's going to protect Wilhelm's smile.Hugo's new catchphrase
>>35195643so your saying solobro was raped ?
>>35195676>Implying its rape if its in gods name
You'd had enough of their giggling. You went over to the doorway and pulled on your hose."Aw," Maggie said as you pulled on your tunic as well. She slid the sword onto the bed and lay back. "You really are no fun.""And you are meant to be in training for holy orders!" you say, face hot as you tie your sword belt.Maggie grinned. "Nay. I'm just put away until my marriage, a world away because father doesn't trust a Norwegian not to try something funny," she giggled, flicked back and kicked up her smooth legs for you to see, before rolling back up. "You know those Norsemen have a reputation."Etain nodded. "I'm meant fer much the same, though mine is an Italian fellow of near fifty. He wants me unspoiled until I'm fourteen, so that I might be 'perfectly ripe'," she shuddered."We were just having some fun with you," Maggie said, "A good lookin' boy our own age, before being shipped off to hairy knuckled old men."You go to leave, but before you can turn the handle Maggie gives you a kiss on the cheek. Etain did the other."Think of us some time, yeah?" Maggie said, giving you a squeeze as you exit. She laughs as you retreat down the corridor in a red huff.You go straight for Solomon's door, and knock.Adelheid opens it. She too is only in her shift, her short hair mussed. You spy Solomon sleeping soundly in her bed.She gives you a smile. "I trust you've been treated well?" she asked. You blushed again and looked away. She held the door open further and you came into the room."Will he be well?" you asked, looking at Solomon."Oh he's fine," Adelheid said with a laugh, "Just worn out and in need of rest."You look to her. You know what they did, but said nothing. You just nodded.> talk to Adelheid about the letters> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travel
>>35195751>> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travel
>>35195751>> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travel>> talk to Adelheid about the letters
>>35195751>> talk to Adelheid about the lettersMaybe she knows anything
>>35195751> talk to Adelheid about the letters> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travelJust both
>>35195751> talk to Adelheid about the letters> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travelOh captcha, what are you trying to tell us?
>>35195751> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travel
Guys, someone give a review on us taking the covenant, political implications, etc etc, hopefully Wilhelm will be getting a trial of sorts, so we need to remember all of this information
>>35195839basically most of the covenant would have rebelled if Willhelm didn't step in
>>35195839Deny deny deny. The letter of a petty lord filled with envy versus Wilhelm who protected and escorted the princess back to Jerusalem and brought with him the Sultans cousin in chains.Our actions speaks lourder than those scrabbles born of impotence
>>35195751>> talk to Adelheid about the letters>> ask her when Solomon would be fit to travel
You pull letters from your tunic and hold them up to Adelheid."I don't know what these are, but my brother thought they were important." You saw her brow curl at mention of your brother. You knew they didn't get along. She took them and placed them by a table she kept. She took out a candle, struck a flint and tinder until it was lit.Very carefully she held the paper over it. You thought for a second she meant to set them alight, but a raised hand made you pause. YOu spied a drip of wax, and she pulled the letter back.Carefully she opened it, unfolded it."It's poetry," she said, "Bad poetry. From Hugh to his dear 'Mel'." She repeated her gesture much the same, but carefully secured the wax again. The sigil was faded but still there. It was skilfully done.She did the same with the other, and her eyes widened. She stood tall, and you admired her long bare legs through the slit in her shift."Well, this is something very different," she said, tapping the edge of it against her teeth. "Though addressed to the Queen as well, from the Genovese at that." She tapped the letter, before sealing it up again. "I think you'd best take these to the palace," she said, handing them back, "Make sure they get into the right hands.""How?" you asked. She flashed you a smile."I have friends in the palace," she said, "But it will be dangerous."You looked to your sleeping brother. "When'll he be able to move?" you asked."Two days," she said, placing a hand on your shoulder, "Don't fear for Solomon, he's strong.""And he has you," you said, and it caught her with a blush."Yes, he has me," she said, "Worry for yourself. If we screw this up it could mean your head and possibly your brother's too. Take a day to muster your resolve, this will be no small matter." You had grown accustomed to dangerous tasks, but the thought of your brother's life resting in your hands...> go get some rest and reflect a little> speak with an acquaintance first (nominate)> no, we go now!
>>35195959> no, we go now!
>>35195959>> no, we go now!
>>35195959>> no, we go now!post haste!
>>35195959>go get some rest and reflect a little
>>35195959> no, we go now!If we don't go now, then we risk our brother's head and other parts anyway.Besides, the only advantage going later would have that the city guard would be out searching the city for Solomon and such
>>35195959>no, we go now!C'mon we already had it mustered since yesterday
>>35195959>> speak with an acquaintance first (nominate)Maggie
>>35195959> go get some rest and reflect a littleIovetta will keep Willhem okay, at least until she comes down here
>>35195959> no, we go now
>>35195982Or Adel would set up a proper entrance for us instead of winging it
>>35196055A proper entrance? You want us covered in bling and riding an elephant?
>>35196055>>35196102I think we should cross dress for this actually
>>35196102Have someone ready to receive us and not be suspicious as fuck. Maybe also dress a as a page or something instead of a squire.
>>35196102meh I'd rather just slaughter our way in>WHERE"D THE INTRUDER GO?!>Trail of blood leading to the queens chambers
>>35196055Yeah, we should wait for her to get in contact with her inside men.Then again, if we save him fast enough we'll have time to get back to Adelheid and the Irish.
>>35196114I'm with this.
>>35195959>> go get some rest and reflect a littleJontronSweat.gif
>>35196114>crossdressing Sima yi get out of here you've been dead for some 900 years seconding this
>>35196156Those drunk guys seemed to think we looked girlish, but they might have been willing to fuck anything.
>>35196114>Crossdressing>After almost geting rapedAlso presenting yourself as male has it's perks
"I can't wait, I won't!" you said, jutting your chin out. Adelheid scoffed at you, but then sighed."Very well, but I must get changed," she said, directing you to watch the door. You heard her remove her shift, and grumble as she pulled on her nun's vestments. She coughed and you turned to see a meek young nun with head bowed before you.Then she produced heavy brown robes for you."Welcome to the Church, brother," she said with a smile.-The robes were heavy and you were hot beneath them, not least because you wore armour and sword with it. She had cut the very crown of your hair away, leaving a large bright bald spot. She rubbed it for luck, blew on it as well.You walked through the muddy cramped street of Jerusalem, jostled by passing strangers that didn't give half a damn they'd just brushed the breasts of a nun or bumped over what they thought was a young monk.The palace was a castle, built on the far side opposite the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on the Templt Mount. It had once been a mosque, but conquest had seen it transformed into the seat of power of the kings and queens of Jerusalem.You approach with Adelheid and she curtsied before the main guard."I'm here to instruct Princess Iovetta," she said."And him?" he asked, pointing to you."My aide," she said, "He carries my books and does my every whim."The guard leered. "Lucky boy," he said, waving you both through.> now you enter the dangerous part (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>35196233SIMA YIIIIIII
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>35196233oh gods
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>35196246ZHUGE LIAAAAAAAANG
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>35196233
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>35196246RIP in pieces
>>35196246fuck it get ready to run
>>35196246Averaging a shit.
This is why averages don't work, please stop doing them.
>>35196246>>35196251>>35196259That could have gone better, but we're averaging at 40 something, so hopefully that's enough
>>35196300Please don't listen to this guy. Once you do best of rolls and we get 3 crappy ones the same type of guys will just say to get rid of dice altogether
>>35196280>>35196300Averages are okay, but /tg/ dice are absurdly fickle, in one thread there was something like 8 rolls of a 1 on a 1d6 almost one after another. If OP wants to keep using averaging for whatever reason, I'd suggest 3d100, drop the worst result and average the last two.So, drop>>35196246Then >>35196251 >>35196259Average those two.Helps get rid of absurd outliers which can, and usually do, screw over averaging rolls
>>35196344>but /tg/ dice are absurdly fickleDon't results tend to clump? I'm fairly sure dice rolled at the same time are more likely to get the same numbers, so 30s come in pairs and you either do super well or super awful.
>>35196246>>35196259It appears that Kongming is part of the dice gods
>>35196363Not sure, but dice on /tg/ have been confirmed not to be totally random, so there is that.
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>35196377Let me try.KOOOOOOONGMIIIIIIIIING
>>35196363>>35196385Supposedly it crunches it out of your post data and something else.But if you look at dice from anywhere but afar, you'll see streaks creeping in.
You stick to Adelheid's wake as she moves through the palace. Her eyes were straight ahead, as if she walked this path every day. You were not so carefree, every movement was suspicious to you. You clutched your wrists as you try to keep a 'monk-like' attitude.You say a Templar with one eye covered in a patch. Sir Blaise, you remembered him from Sidon and how he had almost killed your brother. He whistled as the nun walked by, but ignored you entirely.You came upon an inner chamber, and guarding the door was Theodore. He blinked in surprise, but winked as he let you through.The royal chambers, or at least the Queen's wing. There were few people about, but you saw a little girl of four playing with a ball. "Bounce!" she said loudly, throwing it against the wall. A tired young mother watched over her, eyes heavy. She was very beautiful, and had hair the colour of honey."Constance dear, please by quiet," she said as she sipped a goblet of wine. A little boy came waddling through another day, grinning and giggling. She was ushered in by another honey haired woman, this won younger and more youthful.
"Go on Baldwin, go play," she said, pushing the boy forward. He stumbled over to the little girl and sat, grinning at her. The younger woman looked up."Oh, Sister Adelheid," she said, "I think you are wasting your time with lessons today. Iovetta will not be talked to. She spends her time shut up in her room crying over that rebel. She threw a fork at me when I tried to bring her some dinner." Your heart froze at the talk of a rebel, but they did not elaborate."Princess Hodierna, I'm afraid I'm not hear to see your sister," she prods you forward, "Speak Hugo, talk to them about why we've come."The two women lean forward expectantly. They were both quite beautiful."Uh, um," you begin, and pull out your letters, "I have letters for the Queen."The two women exchanged a look. "Our sister is indisposed," the tired young mother said, "Her husband is hot to have another child with her, and has not let up all morning." She stood and came to stand before you. "I'm Alice, by the way. Hugo, wasn't it?" she offered you a hand.Little Constance waddled up and tugged at your robe, giving you a gap toothed grin, offering you her ball.> play it cool and kneel> y-yes, m-my lady> take the ball from the girl and play with her
>>35196512OH GODS BLAISETHANK YOU ADELHEID'S ASS
>>35196532>> take the ball from the girl and play with her
>>35196532>play it cool and kneel>take the ball from the girl and play with herTransition from awkward teenage squire to calm lord begins now
>>35196532> take the ball from the girl and play with her> play it cool and kneel
>>35196532>> play it cool and kneelMonk must leave humanity behind
>>35196512>You say a Templar with one eye covered in a patch. Sir BlaiseBLAISSSSSSSSSSSSSSE!!!
>>35196532>"Her husband is hot to have another child with her, and has not let up all morning."Everyone but Hugo is getting laid right now
>>35196532> play it cool and kneelbreaking character & being Interrupted would be bad stay in character.
>>35196560>>35196563Seconding that>>35196575Wilhelm's getting laid after picking up the soap
>>35196575>all Hugo wanted was for Wilhelm to sleep with him like one of his slave girls
>>35196575Gonna have to take out that frustration on someone before Hugo commits a crime
>>35196575>>35196616>Inb4 Hugo goes full Brutus on Fulk>Inb4 Hugo IS THE YANDERE
>>35196575Cattle? laid on haleJews? laid on pilloriesInitiates? laid onto each otherWelf? laid to restHugo? laid to his knee
>>35196707Ever since childhood. What do you think was responsible for Wilhelm's girlfriend drowning?
>>35196730Lets do it!
>>35196730The fuck guys?
>>35196730So yandere? He's going to protect Wilhelm's smile?
I keep thinking of Blaise as some sort of psuedo-bishie character, it's really weird.
Took a quick nap, hyped to see that the thread is still going strong.
>>35196890I keep thinking of Blaise as Shax's meido and eternal companion.They both wield oversized axes.
You kneel. "Yes, m'lady," and you say it you take the ball from the little girl. "Thank you princess," you say, as you pop it up into the air and snatch it out, disappearing it up the sleeve of your robe. The little girl gave an awed look and clapped."She's a Duchess, actually," Alice said, with a broad smile for you. You produced the ball with a flourish and she took it back, running it over to Baldwin to show off."That rebel you spoke of," Adelheid said, "This is his brother, and squire besides."The royal princesses raised a brow. "Brother of the man that bewitched our baby sister?" Hodierna did not sound pleased when she said it."Brother of the man who would see our brother-in-law murdered?" Alice asked, now glowering at you.Your head gets turned about by all these claims. You knew nothing of kings or princesses."Brother of the man that loves me," a third voice said. Judith slipped through the doorway, feet slippered and dressed in rich velvet. "And the man I love.""Judith!" you run over to the girl, drawing the letters forth, "You have to help me!""Hugo," she holds you at arms length, but has a smile for you through her dried out face."I have letters for the Queen," you could not say you had all the pieces of the puzzle just yet, "My brother had them to give to her. He's no rebel or traitor, you have to know that.""I know that, I do," she stepped away, "It is the others that need convincing."
"If I could see the Queen, or the King, plead my case," you said."There will be a trial," she said, "In a month's time. He wants to try them altogether, the conspirators. Gather them altogether before the High Court. Count Hugh, Count Pons and his son, Lord Gerard and his cousin. Others no doubt, who ever he can place as part of it and wants to be rid of. Perhaps me, though I do not think that such a bad fate now." She went to sit by the window, eyes closed as she took in the sun."And all their lands handed off to west born Franks," Hodierna scoffed, "More of his sycophants.""But what evidence do they have, what rebellion have they plotted?" you said, tears in your eyes. It all seemed impossible, the papers crinkled in your hands.A drumming was had at the door and you heard Theodore's strained voice. "The Queen approaches!"The door swung open, and she strode in. You catch your breath, she was a beauty. Full chested with hair a blonde that was rich as honey, and skin near the same colour to match. She walked with a long stride, chest thrust out and head held upright. Her eyes were dark and smoky, very composed and cold. You saw a bruise forming upon her neck.
"Sisters," she said. She went to sit beside Alice, and lowered herself gingerly."Sister," each said in turn.She had eyes on you, and you wilted beneath them. "And this is?" she asked, motioning to you."A friend from my travels," Iovetta said before you could get a word out. "And he has letters for you." You hold them out and she takes them."They've been opened," she said, "Good. You'd be a fool not to open them." A flash of the hand had a small knife produced and she cut them open."Hugh, Hugh, you sweet fool," she did not smile as her eyes scanned his letter. Then she had the other and nodded. "Very good, very good. It seems things shall proceed as planned."Then she smiled, for you, and it had such a richness to it you couldn't help but smile back."Do not fret, child," she said, " I know who you are and I know your brother. I will not abandon one of my Queen's Men so readily.""All will be well," she said.And some how, you believed her.-End Part 11Hugo+2 war, +2 intWilhelm+1 char, +1 lead, +1 intQnA
>>35197009NEXT THREAD WHENWHATS WILHELM BEEN DOING IN THIS TIMEWHY CLIFFHANGER
>>35197009For the one true Queen!Good god what a ride this has been so far.
>>35196955ahhh damn this talk of rebels has tainted our name how the hell do we dispel it?>>35197009>You'd be a fool not to open them.I FUCKING TOLD YOU FUCKS WE SHOULD HAVE OPENED THEM!NEXT THREAD WHEN PLEASE SAY THURSDAY AUSFAG TIME!
>>35197009Is it bad I trust the queen like Hugo does?Will the next thread have a timeskip or will we be playing Hugo again?
>>35197009How did we do out of ten?Would it have been better just to go to the palace?
>>35197035Not sure yet, keep an eye on the twitter.Also, did y'all mind switching gears to Hugo? I was a bit nervous throwing that at y'all.>>35197055You'll be Hugo again, at first at least.
>>35197009Oh Hugo, you're movin up in the world!
>>35197055We've been acting on Queen's behalf so far, so no. The queen being likable makes me think that she's competent as well. Also this>"Hugh, Hugh, you sweet fool," she did not smile as her eyes scanned his letter. Then she had the other and nodded. "Very good, very good. It seems things shall proceed as planned."
>>35197072I didn't mind it, but I worry so much for Wilhelm it hurts
>>35197009Is BLAISSSSSSSSSSSSE a kings man or a queens man?>>35197072Legit panic legitimate Happening panic
>>35197072I thought it was pretty fun actually. It's nice to change things now and then. Will there be other moments with other characters in the future?
>>35197055I feel like we shouldn't switch back until we accomplish something great as Hugo like banging a couple of chicks at the same time.
>>35197072I think I might actually like Hugo better. You're doing a good job of the fight between a 13 year old boy's faith and his sex drive. Seems all /tg/ wants to do with Wilhelm is fuck anything they can find.
>>35197072Maybe setup a second pastebin for Hugo so you don't possibly lose Information when you swap out like you did
>>35197072I don't like switching POV.
>>35197072Things seem to be rounding to a head, could I ask how close the end of the quest is?
>>35197072>Also, did y'all mind switching gears to Hugo? I was a bit nervous throwing that at y'all.I didn't mind it, but I was worried that Wilhelm was going to bite it since I saw that Hugo got a character sheet as well. I think I'm going to like having Hugo get stat-ups when appropriate in future threads though. Makes it seem like he's progressing as a squire.
>Yfw Hugo doesn't settle for no low down shitty nuns or anything like that, instead he fucks the queen
>>35197111Protect Wilhelm's smile.
>>35197120No where near, unless you guys fuck up.
>>35197120We still need to take Alexandria and create our kingdom of heaven in Eqypt
>>35197171How close have we come to fucking up that hard?Is there anything we could have done to keep from getting arrested, save not joining in on the rebellion?
>>35197171Alright then, that's great.How close to fucking up we're we this thread? That 2 could have killed us, couldn't it?
>>35197171We are doing okay right? I need some reassurance and handholding.
>>35197155>Hugo get the Royal cunt before Willhelm>Willhelms face when
>>35197200This this and this.
>>35197009My emotions is everwhere!
>>35197213I think Hugo could do it.
>>35197171Can we use 4d6 drop lowest or 3d6 roll under instead of 3d100 average?
>>35197200You're doing fine.To avoid being arrested you should have made a line straight for the Queen.With Hugo you could have done different things with the girls, but that would have just given you different stat boosts. You got the war bonus as opposed to the cha bonus. You could have taken Solomon to Sabeen and set off a slightly different event chain, but Solomon would have survived either way (he's tough as old boots)
>>35197171If you ever get burnt out and don't want to run anymore, will you do a conclusion thread?
>>35197266so we are heading towards an Internal revolution rather than a Armed revolution right?
>>35197266Also also, if you'd rolled better when you first switched to Hugo your band wouldn't have scattered as much, at the very least Franz would have stuck by you all the way.That's about all that springs to mind.Anything else would be spoilers.
>>35197266If we made a line to the queen though, would the Iovetta scene have happened? Or would we have lost points?What if we went to the market or something else?
>>35197171If you get burnt out would you run a TKQ? or a Byzantium quest?
>>35197266So Hugo could totally beat up Wilhelm if he had Wilhelm's swag equipment, right? Dat WAR
>>35197288Yeah, sure. If.>>35197306It would not have happened.
>>35197315we should really give him Hugh's sword then send him to duel BLAISSSSSSSSSSE!!!>CAPTCHA: hindostany oyaheatLu bu descendent when?
>>35197294>>35197314Don't jinx it yall.
>>35197337I think we made the right choice then.Hopefully our team has scattered properly and met with Sabeen outside the walls, or been captured and placed with Wilhelm.What happened with Wilhelm after our perspective shifted anyway?
>>35197338Solomon could give him a drubbing in round 2 rematch.
>>35197296>that Adelheid relationshipyou having a giggle m8?
>>35197362Find out next time on Crusader Quest!
>>35197377Wilhelm's little Koblenzs are intact right? He needs them!
>>35197375I'm not quite sure what you mean....
>>35197415>Sister Adelheid (sweet sister, oh man)wait...>Solomon of Makuria (brother from another)you cheeky breki
>>35197415Will Hugo ever see the Irish girls again?
All I know is that the Jewish demands will probably not be heard. So Willhelm jewed the jews.
>>35197477we will have to return the money if we ever get the chance
>>35197447I don't know, will he?
>>35197447Totally. In fact, Wilhelm kinda owes it to him if he gets out of this snare.Plus, that Maggie owes us a look.
>>35197502Glorious foursome with Irish little sluts + sabeen?
>>35197514>Hugo brings the Irish girls with them>Sabeen gets insanely jealous>shenanigans ensue
>>35197546Isn't Sabeen a lesbian?
>>35197546That's very unlikely to happen.Won't say impossible.
>>35197559No? Very much not so.
>>35197477>>35197483Can't we just hire a replacement advocate/lawyer with the 100 pfennings we got? Totally legit tactic
>>35197559Isnt she infatuated with Wilhelm and jealous of Yvette? and Chiri
>>35197559HAHA no>>35197554>Hugo converts to Islam>Becomes Harem MC as fuck
>>35197570Are you going to tell us about your shared experience with Hugo?
>>35197590>Implying I'm going to waste my glorious write-in I slaved over
>>35197589So how bad was Count Hugh's poetry?
>>35197590Then we shit on Lord Gerard, who's also in the plot.
>>35197606It was at a camp, we were thirteen, mutual strip tease with a couple of girls. Didn't result in anything too heavy, just a bit of touchin' back and forth. Kind of embarrassed about it in retrospect. Dumb teenage shit.
>>35197651actually the only thing we plotted was to keep the roads safe in the name of the queen. Hardly a rebellion
Going to post our defence for when we go to court.>[Stand tall & Nobely]>I would Profess no crime your majesty but doing what is right but this most holy kingdom with my co-conspirators: count Hugh of Jaffa, Count Pons & his son Raymond of Tripoli, Lord Gerard of Sidon & Orlando former vassal of Lord Gerard, together we swore a holy oath & formed a covenant under which we would through noble deed & action make Road & Hill safe for all of gods children in truth not in his majesty's name but for the queen.>but alas each covenant has it's Judas and no sooner had the sun given over to the night did he appear as our false sworn brother Baldwin of Ramla who broke our HOLY oath and named us Traitors for a mere pittance of silver coins. >I ask you my good lord's & ladies of the court: where is treason in this desire too see the roads free of Brigands & False knights? Is that not what any true knight wishes for? where is the Treason in this this righteous mission has no despotic intent or devilry neither is it fueled by the greed & wroth that fills mens heart too often?>[In a Quieter more Forlorn tone now]>my only crimes are being too righteous a man loving too truly if you must have a crime then you have your crime.
>>35197721>Not admitting conspiracy after being betrayed by Judas
>>35197668Was there any hand holding?
>>35197702Your defense can't be predicated on admission of liability (conspiracy against the King). That write-in is basically asking for leniency in the sentencing stages after essentially pleading guilty in the liability stage. Basically we are already screwed if we have to use the write-in instead of whatever magic that Queen can hopefully pull.
>>35197741Most certainly not. It's like we were all drunk without touching alcohol, just high off puberty and our own roaring hormones. It was pretty dirty. Surprised to this day it didn't get to sex, but I think I was too scared to push it.That's it, no more to that story.
>>35197702Anon the only thing they got on us is that we were going to keep the roads free from raiders and bandits
Historical correction. Because I was tired I stated the palace of Jerusalem was based out of a converted mosque. The palace was in fact based out of the Tower of David. I goofed, and apologies for this big misstep.
>>35197702>in truth not in his majesty's name but for the queen.That's admission of treason, right there. Just say "Yeah, nope, we just agreed to keep the roads safe from because X (foreignincursions/assassins/Egyptians/Turks), Y (the rampancy of banditry), and Z (not enough resources to take care of it individually). So we banded together to keep our people safe"That's the basic defense structure and we can modify it and add to it depending on what they bring out as their evidence. Basically, we don't want to give them too much without finding what they have. There's no discovery process in the High Court I expect.
>>35197879Guess flagellation is your only option now.Shame on you.Also it seems like Judiths sisters doesnt have high opinion about Wilhelm.He seems to haev that effect on people
>>35197879The reason for my mistake is that the original palace was, but it was gifted to the Templars a few years earlier, and the royal court had shifted to The Tower and its grounds by this point. I got my notes mixed up.
When can we expect the next thread?
>>35197009>Then she had the other and nodded. "Very good, very good. It seems things shall proceed as planned."Plot hooks galore
>>35198107Probably gonna get help from Geonese mercs
>>35197903I think playing the "I agree to protect innocent Christians from the marauding Saracens, and nothing more" should be our main argument point
>>35198164We gotta be careful not to throw everyone else under the bus though. We should stick with that and be sure not to imply that the conspirators agreed to anything more. They all agreed to protect Christians from foreign marauders, nothing more.
>>35198185And we have the fact that we brought back the princess and captured the sultans cousin as bonus points to prove our virtue and valor
>>35198206Actually we could spin this in our favor.If we were truly plotting treason, why would we risk our lives to bring a Princess of the Kingdom back to her family instead of holding her hostage?
>>35198227almost the same thing really
>>35197944So uh can we still sell the noble corpse back for $$$ or are we going to be stuck watching it rot?
>>35198164No gods children would be better it's less exclusive but places the emphasis on our Christian beliefs.If we're pushed to it we can argue that all of man are gods children regardless of if they live by him or spurn him completely
So after Hugo springs Wilhelm we're gonna get Hugo that dance by being bard knight right?
>>35198613Hugo is too pure to be barding
>>35198613Hugo's going to get himself some queen pussy man.
>>35198613Hugo going to get dem Irish potatoes, anon.
>>35198705>not letting Hugo being pure for Sabeen
>>35198723It doesn't count if they are Irish, anon.
>>35198619No I meant Wilhelm plays music and is the wingman of Hugo who is into Sabeen.
>>35198705>>35198723>Choosing eitherLet him have an affair with the queen first.
>>35198758Hugo's not into MILFs
>>35198723>Not letting Hugo be experienced for Sabeen
Pic related, goal for Hugo
>>35199196He's 13, not 20.
>>35199196Book Pod is better.