character sheet: http://pastebin.com/2STedMGRprevious threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=crusader+questThread 5 didn't archive fully: http://archive.moe/tg/thread/34542810/#q34542810Twitter: https://twitter.com/KoblOfPart 11It is the Year of Our Lord, 1134.You are Hugo of Koblenz, and after donning a priestly disguise to infiltrate the palace, you have just met with the Queen of Jerusalem about your imprisoned brother. Gaining her assurance that he would not be abandoned to an awful fate and delivering clandestine letters to her, you do not stay long in the palace and are soon ushered out by nun and royal tutor Adelheid. You are back on the bustling streets of Jerusalem, and from there back to the cloistered walls of St Anne's Church.You've a month to wait until your brother is brought to trial, and in the mean time Jerusalem would be your home. Your friends are still scattered through out the city and camped outside the city gates, and as far as you are aware the king's men may still be hunting you.> look for one of your lost friends (roll 1d100, average of three)> sneak out the gates to meet with your non-Christian allies (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35349452>Part 11That is, part 12.
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>35349452> look for one of your lost friends (roll 1d100, average of three)Franz
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>35349452>> look for one of your lost friends (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>35349452>> sneak out the gates to meet with your non-Christian allies (roll 1d100, average of three)sabeeen. if franz had any sense, he'd go to our allies as well.
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>35349452Look
>>35349483>>35349502>>35349519>62not bad could be better
>>35349483I'll second this!
>>35349536which is pretty good already for avg of 3.
>>35349452>> sneak out the gates to meet with your non-Christian allies
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>35349805
You decide to scout the city for one of your companions, hoping to find your oldest friend Franz. With your head still shaved into a tonsure you keep on your monk garb. It seems to earn you a little deference on the street, but not much. Labourers and craftsmen retiring for the day, either heading home or out to drink, shoved past you with little regard. Jerusalem was so lousy with the faithful, both lay and clergy, that one little monk made little stir.You saw loud preachers try to cry on street corners only to be shouted down by the tired and home bound, who didn't care to hear the high pitched cries of doomsayers after a hard days work and the inviting call of the bed.For all that this was the Holy City, it shocked you to see how casual the common folk were in treating the faithful.You shoulder into a common house, off the Street of St Stephen. It's a rowdy place, and a pair of Nubians were playing their flute and drum for the enjoyment of the crowd. They earned little attention as most were concerned with the two wrestlers in the saw dust strewn middle of the common house, grappling for purchase on arm and bare shoulder.You knew neither of the men, but gasped as one slipped a hold and delivered a jaw crunching uppercut to his opponent, turning and throwing him over his hip. Much to the delight of the crowd.A boy close to your own age served drinks to a small group of soldiers, one you faintly recognised. And he faintly recognised you. A cleft lip and spot covered face, you'd broken his nose just the other day in your flight.
"Ey!" he said, swaggering to his feet. His feet swayed from drink. He was tugging at his sword and failing to draw it. "Ey, that's the boy!" he pushed one of his fellows, who turned drunk eyes your way as well. Three soldiers rose and began to approach you.You froze, your sword trapped under your heavy monk robes. But before you had need to draw it a long faced soldier slipped out of the crowd and grabbed you by the arm."Do we stay and fight, or run?" Tancred asked.> stay and fight> run, follow me
>>35349998> run, follow meBACK TO SOLOMON
>>35349998> run, follow meLets just get out of there. No need to cause too much of a mess
>>35349998> run, follow meNo weapons, no safe house. Still need to do shit.
>>35349998>> run, follow meDammit Hugo you little shit
>>35350028We should probably bring Tancred with us to the shanty town outside the wall and find Chiri and Sabeen after this
>>35349998>> run, follow mehugo is good for runningand the fuckers drunk anyways.
>>35349998> run, follow me
You return Tancred's grab at his own forearm and pull him away. "I've got a safe house," you said, "Follow me, step quickly."You duck out of the tavern while the drunk soldiers stagger after you, Tancred in tow. The tall Norman soldier had a long stride, and kept pace with you easily, barely more than a casual walk even though you moved at double time."Not so fast lad," he cautioned as you rounded a corner to St Anne's. Eyes were on the young monk and your tall soldier companion. You cracked the door to St Anne's and ushered Tancred in."I thought the worst had happened," he said, walking over and taking a seat at a pew, "And was planning to head back to Jaffa soon as I could."The worst almost did. You noted Tancred was not a man given to smiling much, and he studied the church with a sober eye. When the mother superior of the Church appeared she clucked her tongue."Another stray to put up," she said, and made the cross, "But we serve at the Queen's word." And she retreated, readying another room for your companion.Tancred spread his arms on the back of the pew, blowing out his mustaches with a weariness that spoke of little sleep.> ask how Tancred had gotten away (and if he had seen any of the others)> ask if he would like to turn in for the night (he looked ready to drop)
>>35350217> ask how Tancred had gotten away (and if he had seen any of the others)Just a quick question then he can head to bed.
>>35350217>> ask how Tancred had gotten away (and if he had seen any of the others)
>>35350217>> ask how Tancred had gotten away (and if he had seen any of the others)information
>>35350217> ask how Tancred had gotten away (and if he had seen any of the others)
>>35350055>find Chiri and Sabeen after thisA month is a long time. We'll have to pay at least half a horse for the expenses. No matter how based Chi is.
>>35350319Mostly just to make sure they are okay and let them know what has happened
"How did you escape?" you asked. Tancred was no small man to hide himself away in a nook or cranny, but he didn't look beaten up as Solomon had. He turned red rimmed eyes to you and shrugged."I was taking a piss when they came," he said, "One tried to grab me but I split him 'cross the face with my sword and ran. Have been running since, looking for my boys. Hid in a Frankish house for a night with a kind old woman and left a couple of my boys there to help her in turn ." His head was dropping even while he talked. You guessed the night had not been restful.Etain slipped out the side room singing a song in her native language, a shim-shawing cant you didn't understand. "If it please ye to follow me," she said to the rangy soldier. He nodded and accepted the help of an arm to guide him."We'll send for your men on the morrow," you said as he disappeared down the corridor.You looked up at the cross and felt uncertain about how to proceed.> spend the night in prayer and reflection> retire to your chamber and get an early night's sleep
>>35350319likely anyone else is likely to have fled to the syrians and sabeen. we definitely should go find them before they start heading back.
>>35350443> spend the night in prayer and reflectionPray for Wilhelm.
>>35350443>> spend the night in prayer and reflectionpray soothes the soul better than a nights rest shhhhh I know
>>35350443> retire to your chamber and get an early night's sleep
>>35350443>> retire to your chamber and get an early night's sleepfollow williams example. prayers are great and all but the world itself has much more for us to do on the morrow.
>>35350443>>> retire to your chamber and get an early night's sleep
>>35350443>spend the night in prayer and reflection
>>35350443>> spend the night in prayer and reflection
>>35350443>> retire to your chamber and get an early night's sleep
>>35350443> retire to your chamber and get an early night's sleepAnd remember to keep our hood up
>>35350443>> spend the night in prayer and reflectionHugo is a boy a faith
>>35350443Spend the night in prayer and reflection
>>35350443> spend the night in prayer and reflection
You kneel before the cross and pray. "In Nomine Patris..." you begin, and recite out the Lord's Prayer. Not once or twice but ten times over, 'til your knees burned and your mouth was dry. A young nun watched from the far corner. You hadn't met her before, and when you rose from your vigil she gave you a respectful bow of her head as you made your way to your chamber. You couldn't guess what the hour was, but you thought it close to midnight.A bed had been prepared for you, a jug of wine and dinner left. You ate quickly and drank a little before pulling off your robes and pulling yourself under the blankets, finding sleep soon.You dreamed a little. Of the Last Judgement, of the earth opened up and the dead returned to the world of the living. Of men and women with thick black pustules breaking across their faces and awful moans wordless from their broken lips. You tossed and fretted even as Christ appeared with sword in hand, to divide the wicked and the just.And you awoke in a sweat, wondering which you were. But more you wondered which your brother was, and hoped his time was still far off so he might find salvation from his sins.You drew on your clothes and staggered from your room, rubbing the bald spot on your head. It was a strange feeling, the bristly little spot, and it had made the girls you passed giggle.> check in on your companions> head out to fine another lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)> try to sneak out today to visit your non-Christian friends (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>35350729> head out to fine another lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>35350729> check in on your companionsFirst inform them what we are going to do>> try to sneak out today to visit your non-Christian friends (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>35350729>> try to sneak out today to visit your non-Christian friends (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35350729>head out to find another lost companion
>>35350729> check in on your companionsIntelligence. Tancred must know something, maybe even plans or trusted messengers.
>>35350729Head out to find one of your lost companions
>>35350729Find another of you lost companions
Rolled 76 (1d100)>>35350729>> head out to fine another lost companion
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>35350729>head out to find another of your lost companions
>>35351098>>35351135you can stop now
You think it wise to check on your friends outside the wall. They would know little of what was happening, and if they had heard anything at all might be given to panic.Before you slip away you check to see how Solomon was doing. You found him sitting up in his bed, reading a book. Adelheid was checking his bandages in a way more familiar than the usual surgeon, draped across his lap and peeling them back with a wide smile and soothing fingers, so you beat a hasty retreat before they do more than glance up at you.Your blushing furiously when you stumble across Tancred, who was stripped to his waist and doing push ups in his room. Maggie was watching and giggling while Etain sat on his back, an added weight, calling out each press he made between giggling of her own. The soldier seemed unconcerned by the girls, and focused mostly on his exercise.You back out of his room with little conversation as well, and pull up your hood before leaving the church.You check the markets this time for signs of Franz or Sir Raymond but find neither. You do spot a pair of Tancred's soldiers, gambling in the corner. You approach them and inform them of their captain's whereabouts and they thank you, careful not to salute.As you begin to make your way back to St Anne's you curse. Your day had offered little sign of your other companions. As the sun began to sink you heard footsteps behind you. You'd wandered into the Syrian quarters of the city, and there were few about. The footsteps were heavy, booted feet."You!" a rough voice called. You glance over your shoulder. The split lipped thug again, this time alone.> stand your ground> run!
>>35351209> You think it wise to check on your friends outside the wall. They would know little of what was happening, and if they had heard anything at all might be given to panic.Should be >You think it wise to check for more of your lost companions.Sorry, was in the middle of a rewrite after more votes poured in and forgot to change this bit.
>>35351209> run!Jesus Christ that guy is presistent
>>35351209>> run!dammit hugo you little shit
>>35351209>stand your ground
>>35351209>> run!Sabeen pls
>>35351209>> stand your ground
>>35351209stand your grounbd
>>35351209> stand your groundLets split his lip again.
>>35351209>Tancred, who was stripped to his waist and doing push ups in his roomTancred confirmed for /fit/
>>35351318Yes because a brawl in the middle of the market square isnt suddenly going to attract the guards at all
>>35351355>Implying Hugo is using his head
>>35351209>> run!Lets get out of there as fast as we can
>>35351355i voted to run but i can see this working though. we're in the syrian quaeter which means a commotion may attract some of our non-christian friends.
>>35351399But we arent.>You think it wise to check for more of your lost companions.Won. Never left the city at all
Is Hugo balding, or did he get a head injury?
>>35351461>Is Hugo balding, or did he get a head injury?Got his hair cut for his monk disguse
>>35351422>You'd wandered into the Syrian quarters of the city, and there were few about.
>>35351490Syrian doesn't mean muslim anon
>>35351490Doesnt matter. We are still in Jerusalem, no none-christians allowed
>>35351399Syrians are christians, right? Jerusalem after all.
You decide this isn't the time or place for a fight. You hitch up your robes and start to run. The soldier gives a frustrated bark and sets off after you. Before you've made it to the edge of the street he is breathing down your neck and snatching at your hood."You little blond rat," he snarled with hot spittle flying from his broken mouth.You duck around a corner and thud against a post with an audible smack. The soldier takes a step and is standing over you, grinning."Ey, what's this?" a man said, gesturing with scissors. He had a chair set up and a girl sitting in it, with a towel thrown 'round her shoulders. A man and woman, the girl's parents, waited patiently."King's business," the soldier snapped, hand on the hilt of his sword, "Mind your own business barber." The barber raised his hands and stepped away.> call for help (roll 1d100, average of three)> try to fight> try to run (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>35351547>> call for help (roll 1d100, average of three)"He told me he was going to sodomite me!"
Rolled 68 (1d100)>>35351526majority muslim I think considering most of them are under Seljuk rule but yeah if they are in the city they are certainly christian.>>35351547> try to run (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>35351547>> try to run (roll 1d100, average of three)the last thing we need before the trial are charges of murder
>>35351547> try to fight
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>35351547>try to run
The Syrian Quarter is the area of Jerusalem that was given to the local Christians to live in, mostly Orthodox or other Eastern Church followers. It mostly conforms to the neighbourhoods that had housed Christians during the Muslim years of rule.
>>35351556>>35351562>>35351582>>35351623Just cause we are dressed like a monk doesn't mean we need to act like one, we are a knight.
>>35351670eh? flight instead of fight seems to make sense for Hugo right now
>>35351670But we should use that to our advantage, all these people see is some random asshole chasing down a monk
>>35351670and what happens when we kill the king's own man?theres no dodging that even if the queen clears big bro.
>>35351670>Art of manlinessMy niggaStill disagree with you though. We're still a 13 year old boy against what I'm sure is a hardened veteran (Even if it is a plot hook) with a brother about to go on trial for conspiracy and treason
You get up and start to run but your robes and your spinning head cause you to collide with the chair, bowling it and the girl in it over. She falls with a startled cry and you land on top of her, your face buried in her chest. Before the soldier can grab you, you stumble to your feet, pushing yourself off the girl with a hand indelicately placed, and set off.The girl gives a high startled cry as you launch yourself away. You catch a glance of her blush but are too busy running to do more but shout back a short 'Sorry!'.The soldier has to climb over stray chair and girl with a barber screaming in his ear, giving you a decent head start, but its not great and he pounds after you, dogging you around the corner, then the next.It's only at night fall and with a burning through your legs and loins that you stumble into St Anne's, having given the soldier the slip.You collapse against a pew, puffing out a hard breath. You'd have to avoid the street for a couple of days or you were sure to be spotted again.> nominate a companion to spend the next two days with
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>35351837Adelheid
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>35351837Tancred we're going to get /fit/
>>35351837> nominate a companion to spend the next two days withTancred or the pair. We need to learn either about the convent or the trial.
>>35351837>> nominate a companion to spend the next two days withAdelheidHear if she has found out anything about Wilhelm and in general talk about the whole situation and the fact that Judith is a princess
>>35351837>Solomongoddammit, we should have gone out. With 4 days past, its highly likely that sabeen might have brought her band with her and headed home to report to her father.
>>35351837The pair, get some stress relief its been a shitty couple of days.
>>35351905He's not getting laid anon
>>35351913He might. They did ask for him to visit.
>>35351913Well, if Adel or Solomon wins, then maybe no one is.
>>35351837The pair or Adelheir
>>35351837The two girls
>>35351837Tancred. We need to cultivate a better relationship with him if we want him and his men to join our band.
>>35352149you do realise they are sworn me to Hugh right?
>>35351884Tancred. He might be able to help us assemble the troops. Solomon is too noticeable, and we've been recognised. Tancred just looks like another Frankish soldier in a city full of them.
>>35352149Hes not ours. Hes sworn to Lord Hugh, very very little chance of him joining us unless Lord Hugh himself sets him loose.
Tancred. He can teach us how to get our mack on with those two young nuns.Hugo isn't leaving this convent or this thread without his first threesome.
>>35352128>>35352134>>35352149>>35352170>>35352170>>35352256you can stop now
The next day you find Tancred sitting in the small courtyard, sharpening his sword. Birds sing in the small tree overhead, and he whistles along with the birds. You'd had little cause to speak much with Tancred, all you really knew was that he was a soldier of Jaffa sworn to Count Hugh.And he was no coward."Squire," he said around a chewed stalk of fennel, lowering his whetstone. He was a tall, lean man, with dark brown hair that fell in a Frankish styled fringe across his forehead and an angular, almost horse-like face."Tancred," you replied.He also wasn't much for words and just checked his sword in its scabbard and turned his attention to his maille, working it over with a cloth, checking the links. You did as much every morning as well, and every evening besides, for you and your brother.He was a good fighter, by your reckoning. Good enough.> try to draw the man into conversation> ask him for a quick match
>>35352308>> ask him for a quick matchFuck it.Time to Sword.
>>35352308>> ask him for a quick match time to git gud
>>35352308>ask him for a quick match
>>35352308>ask him for a quick matchTime to GIT GUD
>>35352308>> ask him for a quick match
>>35352308> try to draw the man into conversationWhat use is for Count Hugh to have his men hidden and waiting?
>>35352516Gambling away their wages mostly
"Would you care for a bout?" you said, gesturing to your sword. He grunted, stood up. You'd made it a point to spar with many different people. Solomon had taught you some of the spear fighting techniques of his people and Sabeen had drilled you on local knife fighting. Your brother had taught you some swordplay and Franz some wrestling. It had been a while since you had crossed swords with anyone.Tancred drew his sword."We fight at half-step," he said, "Be careful squire, or you might run yourself up my blade."You drew your own sword and held it out before you. Without shield or buckler it was not the sort of fencing you were used to. You'd be sure to check your measure and not move to quickly. These blades were live, and anything could happen if senses were abandoned.> strike beats thrust, thrust beats bind, bind beats strike, roll 1d100 with seven passes
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>35352539STRIKE
Rolled 16 (1d100)>>35352539THRUST
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>35352539Strike
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>35352539THRUST
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>35352539Bind
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>35352539THRUST LIKE WILHELM
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>35352539
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>35352539Strike
>>35352612YOU LIMPDICKED FUCKTAAAARD
>>35352567>>35352579>>35352612RiP little squire.
Rolled 2, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3 = 15 (7d3)Rollin' for Tancred
>>35352612It's Wilhelm alright
>>35352612Anon this is why we DON'T thrust lik Wilhelm
>>35352698The Koblenz family, cursed with shitty fighting skills blessed with good looks and high CHA
>>35352708>Implying Hugo isn't going to make like Gutsu & row row fight thine figures of authority
>>35352739>implying Hugo isn't Casca
>>35352760>Implying Adelheid isn't Casca>Implying Solomon isn't Gutsu>Implying Wilhelm won't go full Griffith
>>35352786> Wilhelm> full Griffith> Iovetta is the princess of MidlandOh shit.
>>35352836At least Wilhelm made good use of his lower parts until now
> strike > thrust> thrust < strike> strike > thrust> thrust = thrust> bind < thrust>bind = bind> thrust > bindYou gain the first advantage, positioning your blade to cut across his throat when he draws for a thrust, and when he takes a next careful step, move to change your cut into a thrust, but find his sword has knocked it aside. You step around each other, more like a careful dance than a full speed fight, and you find you match each other well, but Tancred has the clear advantage in size and experience. No actual blows were struck in the fight of course, lest one of you be killed.You struggle to match each step of his, his sword seeming to always have the inch on yours, his step longer, but you manage to place your blade enough that it's no clear loss either, even if your form was not entirely fluid at times.By your final exchange though you manage to place the point of your sword on his knee, an overstep on Tancred's part.A small group of nuns had come to watch your match, among them the two novices of distant Ireland, Maggie and Etain."What think you gentle women?" Tancred asked, lowering his blade."Oh I think you're both a fine pair," Maggie said, "But I know little of swords.""Hugo had the last touch," Etain said."Yes, but the soldier had his measure the rest of the time," a small dark girl said."A rematch!" they all decided, "Rematch." And it was soon joined with 'Shirtless!" So they could judge it clearly, of course.> rematch?> leave off
>>35352871>> rematch?[GITTING GUD INTENSIFIES]
>>35352786Haha, hey, that makes Orlando Corkus, doesn't it?
>>35352894Shirtless rematch.But first we must pour a pail of water over ourselves
>>35352905>Implying Corkus isn't Franz
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>35352871Rematch, Shirt Optional in honor of Welf.Never forget
>>35352739>>35352760>>35352786>>35352836When did a medieval quest got so weeb and wizardly?
>>35352871>Shirtless rematch>>35352938Wilhelm pls>>35352966since TKQ
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>35352966since it was first hosted on 4chan
>>35352871>Shirtless rematch[GAR intensifies]
>>35352983>since TKQWhy is TKQ not familiar with history, then? This is /tg/
>>35353051because it was? up until Raian quit it had a semblance of history running with it's alt. history scenario
You doff your shirt to the whistle of the girls and Tancred did the same."My wife must never hear of this," he said, waggling his sword at you but grinning from ear to ear anyway. He was a flat bellied, flat chested man of lean corded muscle, with a long scar down the shoulder and along the ribs, very faded. You couldn't say what kind of weapon had made that wound, but he saw you looking."A Turk scimitar," he said, "Always keep your shield ready. They move quick."The nuns divided into cheering sections. One side for you, the other for Tancred. You counted more in his number, but saw Maggie and Etain leading your side."You can do it Hugo!" Etain clapped, and Maggie had her around the shoulder, biting her lip with excitement.You tried hard not to blush.> strike beats thrust, thrust beats bind, bind beats strike, roll 1d100 with seven passes
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>35353103THRUST LIKE SOLOMON
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>35353103Thrust
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>35353103bind!
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>35353103Let's seize the advantage!BIND
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>35353103THRUUUUUUUUST
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>35353103>> strike beats thrust, thrust beats bind, bind beats strike, roll 1d100 with seven passesBind
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>35353103Strike like Iovetta
>>35353132anon clear your caches
Rolled 3, 2, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3 = 16 (7d3)Rolling for Tancred
>>35353162>>35353192Iovetta, wielder of the Heart-Breaking Blade, protector of Willhelm's [strike]penis[/strike] smile!
thrust > bindthrust = thrustbind =bindbind < thrustthrust < strikebind < thruststrike < bindAt first it looks like you might have the advantage, you keep him at point and when you closes you match him step for step, but then things start shifting and soon you are retreating from his advance. His long arms outreach you and you can't slip past his guard. Your frustration mounts, and soon you are trying to beat him to the thrust, building your speed past the half-measure. But no trick is working, he knocks your blade aside and mock-strikes you each time. Finally you give a tight roar of frustration and strike up from the hip.He catches you on the blade and steps into a blade, grabbing your sword by the hilt and knocking you down with shoulder and hip, disarming you. You sprawl to the dirt swearing."I said step careful boy," he said, furrowing his brow. He took both swords in one hand and offered you the other. When he had you on your feet he had the nuns gushing over him."So skillful!" Etain said, wiping his chest with a cloth to soak up the sweat."And chivalrous," Maggie said, doing the same to his back.Tancred slapped you on the shoulder and offered you your sword. You took it with a nod. The man enjoyed the attention and touch of the girls, that was obvious, but he was shaking them off as well, drawing back on his shirt.He draws you to dinner and you talk a little on tactics and shared battle experience, no hard feelings passed between you. Though you felt an irk that the girls mooned mostly for him now, and seemed no longer as concerned with you.-War +3
>>35353403>Though you felt an irk that the girls mooned mostly for him now, and seemed no longer as concerned with you.Hugo is never going to get laid. Even the Irish potatoes are too good for him now.
>>35353403>Though you felt an irk that the girls mooned mostly for him now, and seemed no longer as concerned with you.See you little shit this why you Git gud
>>35353441At this rate, by the time Hugo is Wilhelm's age he'll be demolishing men with his spear and women with his dick.
>>35353403You last day of self exile past and you learned a little about the soldier. He had a wife and four children, two girls and two boys, and they tended a copse of date palms for Count Hugh as well as keeping some pigs and chickens. His main occupation was warfare however, and he had fought in near every campaign since he was an age to do so, under King Baldwin and King Fulk in turn.You finally feel confident to leave the Church without being recognised.> search for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)> meet with your non-Christian friends outside the walls
>>35353403Damn you rock paper scissors!
>>35353403>Though you felt an irk that the girls mooned mostly for him now, and seemed no longer as concerned with you.Atleast Sabeen likes Hugo for who he is...
>>35353505>> meet with your non-Christian friends outside the walls
>>35353505>> meet with your non-Christian friends outside the wallsTime to check up on Sabeen and Chiri. Hopefully Franz and Sir Raymond has been wise enough to do the same
>>35353505> meet with your non-Christian friends outside the walls
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>35353505>> search for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35353505>> meet with your non-Christian friends outside the wallsTime for Sabeen, finally. If she hasn't gone off.
>>35353508Sabeen likes Hugo but has a case of severe cockthirst for Wilhelm
>>35353505>meet with your non-Christian friends outside the walls
>>35353545The standard stuff for conversion to marry each other would come into play, yes?That means if Sabeen and Hugo wish to tie the knot, either one must convert.
>>35353591I'm under the impression that Muslim men can marry Christian women without requiring that they convert, but not the other way around, because the man of the household is the de facto religious leader for that family unit, and a Muslim woman must have a Muslim man to guide her in the faith.
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>35353505>search for a lost companion
>>35353505>> meet with your non-Christian friends outside the walls>>35353531Give it up anon
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>35353505Rolling out of curiosity because results already decided and holy shit those rolls
>>35353670If looking for lost companion had won we would probably run into the King, Lord Baldwin, Sir Blaise and Sir Blaise's twin brother Sir Slaise...
>>35353619>Maliks face when
Where is Hugo's charsheet that people were talking about just now?
>>35353714>Where is Hugo's charsheet that people were talking about just now?http://pastebin.com/2STedMGR
>>35353619Which means that anything lasting beyond comradeship is going to end in tears.
>>35353761No one seems to get who they want here.Chri wants Wilhelm.Wilhelm wants IovettaHugo wants SabeenSabeen wants Hugo and/or WilhelmSolomon and Adelheid wants eachother
You decide it best to find your friends outside the wall and tell them just what had happened, if they had not heard a rumour or two already. You pulled up your hood but felt no especial need to be circumspect.Your friends were camped out the Gate of St Stephen, so it was down St Stephen's Street you went. The guards watched you with narrow eyes as you pass, but do not halt you.The Syrian camp was small. Five men take up little room in the sprawling tent city that lay outside Jerusalem's walls. As you approach you note a handsome Syrian, the one your brother had flogged, sitting as a guard with sword bare across his knee. And he dangled Chihirizahd on the other. She knotted his hair and he fondled her happily up the thigh. He had a grin like he'd just heard a fine jest, and dipped his head as if to kiss her neck.When they saw you they both bolted upright. Chihirizahd had hand to her mouth and eyes wide with shock, but the Syrian had his sword leveled."What brings a monk out here?" he demanded, "What business have you in our camp?""I had heard you were killed!" Chihirizahd said, backing away, "The king had you all killed!"> talk to Chihirizahd> talk to the Guard
>>35353839>> talk to ChihirizahdAlready replaced Wilhelm, eh ?
>>35353730>>35353735Molto grazie, gents.>>35353761Sabeen could always go to a Christian country where she won't be murdered for apostasy, and convert to Christianity there.
>>35353817>Heresy>Station>East meets West>all of the above>Cuckolding the big G>>35353839> talk to the Chihirizahd
>>35353839>> talk to Chihirizahd
>>35353839>> talk to ChihirizahdOur brother wouldnt even have been cold in the ground and she has already thrown herself onto someone else
>>35353839> talk to ChihirizahdThe King has a Queen to worry about
>>35353916Stockholm syndrome is a helluva drug anon
>>35353863>>35353916In her defense, her path to survival as a heretic pleasure slave is to find a master who's willing to protect her.With Wilhelm presumed dead, she had to be pragmatic.
>>35353993True, but i wouldnt blame Hugo for getting angry
>>35353993Yea, won't fault her pragmatism. Only her speed at giving up hope.
>>35354038But will hugo?
>>35354005I would, Hugo is so far quite clueless and numb to show anger.
>>35354005Yeah, Hugo being angry would be perfectly reasonable as well. It makes sense for both characters.
"I live," you said, "As does my brother." Could you mask the bite in your words? Perhaps, but the sight of her so quick upon the lap of another send a sharp spike of anger up your gut."We had no word," she dropped to her knees, "We heard a hundred different things. That the king had caught traitors and hanged them before the Temple of Solomon, that they were a band of killers sent against the king led by a German mercenary." Tears started to prick her eyes. She wrung her hands."My brother is a prisoner of the king, but he is not dead. He is awaiting trial in a month's time," you said.To that Chihirizahd did weep silent tears. "Then he may be as good as dead, for what hope is there, with the king set against him?"Such hopelessness writ on her face as tears spilled down past a quivering lip."You make my slave cry little monk," the Syrian said, stepping between you, "Perhaps I should make you cry too." He was armed and armoured, while all you had were your robes and sword hidden beneath. But his arrogant tilt of the head, and your defeat the day before struck a sore point.> fight the Syrian> don't accept his challenge
>>35354257Dont accept the challenge> I am no monk, Saracen
>>35354257>retort with words"Your slave? my brother yet lives or do you not recognise my face. Where. Is. Sabeen."
>>35354257>> fight the SyrianOh no, she is not his.
>>35354257>"You make my slave cry little monk,">''MY slave''> fight the Syrian
>>35354257> don't accept his challengeWar is the most pleb stat.
>>35354321>War is the most pleb stat.Wilhelm pls
>>35354257>> don't accept his challengeand >>35354293
>>35354257> fight the Syrian
>>35354288>>35354293>>35354338You guys seriously going "don't accept, but offend the armed man anyway"?Did you come form Ghost Quest?
>>35354257> fight the SyrianGOD WILLS IT!
>>35354257> fight the SyrianGIT GUD
>>35354257>> don't accept his challenge
>>35354257> fight the SyrianAlso ask him where Sabeen is.
>>35354257>fight the Syrian
>He was armed and armoured, while all you had were your robes and sword hidden beneath>Worse WAR than WilhelmYou are going to get Hugo killed, this isn't a sparring match. We already went 0-2 today, what makes you think we'll win?
HF, I'd rather die by fiat than have the illusion of randomness do it. Or suffer the shame of airbags and setbacks.
>>35354436Hugo has better war than William.
>>35354257>> fight the SyrianZhao yun up in this shit
>>35354470http://pastebin.com/2STedMGRIs 62 better than 67 now?
Slap him in his goddamn face and then fight him
Holy shit seriously guys?DONT FIGHT HIM FFS
>>35354492he did last thread
>>35354257 >> don't accept his challenge
>>35354519We aren't fighting him last thread, we are fighting him in this thread with a 62 fucking WAR. We have no armor and a piddly sword. He's armored and has his arms.Fuck it, not fighting him's not going to win.
> don't accept his challengeOur busuiness isn't with the Syrian, but Chihirazhad. Fucking bitch claiming she loved our brother with the utmost loyalty and all. If she didn't even know which rumor was truth, and was so loyal, why didn't she attempt to find out what really went down?Instead, she went down on another man, probably saying the same words to hook him in. If she wants to be a slave that badly, then she c an fuck off with the Syrian. Bros before Hoes. Scowl at her and turn away.
>>35354553well fuck you too faggot
>>35354559Don't be a pussy.
>>35354586Dont be a dick
>>35354559It's called learned helplessness
You draw your sword from beneath your vestment, and unsheathe your blade."If you want to fight I will fight," you said, "I fear no Saracen, and she is not your slave. My brother still lives, and I will protect his property in his name."The Syrian glared at you, and you glared back. And right as it looked like 'd close a wooden rod struck the back of his head."Hot blooded fool!" Sabeen scowled. The man dropped his sword and winced, clutching the back of his head. She pointed to you. "Are you so much a horny fool you do not recognise a former comrade?"You lowered your sword at the sight of her and couldn't keep from grinning, even as she kept a furious scowl. She struck the man this time on the shin, and sent him hopping back."My tent," she told you, pointing with the rod, "Now." And strode away. You were quick after her, sheathing your sword.When you were alone in the tent you saw her standing over a folded out table, looking down on a map, but when she turned she had a smile on her face."You look ridiculous," she said, and a bit of wetness appeared in her eyes, "But its damn good to see you safe."> its good to see you Sabeen> give her a hug
>>35354559She said she'd be a whore for Wilhelm. Not like she has much left with him gone. You're stepping close to waifuism.
>>35354612> give her a hugBased Syrian girl
>>35354436Third time's a charm
>>35354553>>35354519I mixed up my planned stats for Hugo last thread, and corrected them over the weekend. Sorry if that's created some confusion.
>>35354612>> its good to see you Sabeen>> give her a hug
>>35354612> give her a hug
>>35354612>> give her a hugUs grabby Franks
>>35354612Run her through with the sword. No filty mudslime whore is going to insult us today.
>>35354599>>35354620I'd say she's more pragmatic than helpless. But yeah, she's a more useful tool not a waifu.
>>35354656Oh its murderhobo anon from other quests yes? are you also in the Sireyi thread?
>>35354612>> give her a hug
>>35354612Smile weakly. "Aren't we a pair? My brother is to be on trial for his life, arraigned by 'good Christian men', and here you are showing me more love and charity than ever did one Christian see from another." > Waifu-Gathering Prana
>>35354612>give her a hugSpaghetti incoming!
>>35354718We shouldn't disparage the people that have been offering us shelter and helped us meet the queen anon. You know, what with them being the Church and all Christians.
>>35354718You know except for the Saint Anna Church and the Queen
>>35354638HF, what usually happened in this time period in the rare cases where a muslim and a christian attempted to wed?
>>35354718anon please if Hugo's falling out of christendom it'll come later in life or after the trial
>>35354718>Forgetting about Adelheid and the Church I guess saving Solobro's life and getting a whiff of Irish tits wasn't good enough for that ingrate
>>35354797>>35354813>>35354818>>35354839>>35354840> Not wanting brown waifuFuck you faggots
>>35354827In the 11th century? you have to elope, somewhere tolerant preferablySouth East Asia is a good choice, the Muslim conquest hasnt started yet there
>>35354895I do, but your way is idiotic
>>35354895>Thinking that write-in is going to get you a brown waifu
>>35354895>implying we'd betray the one True God for some Arab pussy Top kek anon
>>35354895>implying Hugo won't get a harempatience anon
>>35354718>Not taking Temptation Resisting Stance before hand to make sure you don't use Waifu Gathering Prana at the wrong time and come off as a selfish ingrate.
>>35354895This is a no fedora zone.Although right now, I'm not sure if it will remain a no waifuing/shonen zone.
You don't think. You just run over and hug her, grabbing her around the chest. She laughs and runs a hand over your bald patch, then fluffs up the ring of blond locks around it."They took my brother," you said, and found your shoulders were shaking, and gave a snort, "And I was lost in the city. Solomon almost died, and I've been chased every day with men looking for me. You all thought we were killed. A-and they t-took my brother!" You choked back a sob.She smoothed a hand across your head. "It's okay," she said, returning your hug. You snorted into her shoulder. "I never believed it. Not once. I don't move for rumours." She pushed you back and cupped your cheek. "And I don't doubt for a second your brother will be well, and you'll be back beside him soon."You nodded and managed a smile. She smiled back, and offered you a chair, pouring out a cup of water. "Let's talk," she said, leaning on the desk.> talk of your time in the city> ask after her and her camp
>>35354947>> ask after her and her campIf we can do both, do both, but ask about her and her camp first.
>>35354947Do both but first tell her everything> talk of your time in the citythen> ask after her and her camp
>>35354947> ask after her and her campIt's a whole month and sizable amount of loot. Malik must be waiting, too.
>>35354947>She laughs and runs a hand over your bald patchHugo is balding? or did he get an Impromptu haircut?>>35354963this
>>35354947>> ask after her and her camp
>>35354989Seriously, read the threads. He got a haircut when he was smuggled into the palace
>>35354989He's disguised as a monk. Adelheid (I think) did the shave job last thread.>>35354985Man, how are we going to sell that noble corpse now?
>>35354989He had his head shaved into a Tonsure cut. It's how monks wear their hair. It always looked stupid to me but hey religious practices can be pretty odd sometimes.
>>35354989>Hugo is balding? or did he get an Impromptu haircut?There's an archive, come back later. HF runs long.
>>35355012huh I've reread that thread like three times I must've missed it.
>>35354827>HF, what usually happened in this time period in the rare cases where a muslim and a christian attempted to wed?Depends on where you were, and this is the 12th century. A Muslim man could freely marry a Christian woman in Muslim lands. With Christian lands it varies, but usually with the understanding one or the other would convert to Christianity it was acceptable. A Christian man was forbidden (and still is in much of the Muslim world) from marrying a Muslim woman unless he converts in Muslim lands however.In the Holy Land in these days, for the crime of fornicating with a Muslim slave the punishment for a Christian man was castration and the chopping off of the woman's nose.For a Muslim man sleeping with a Christian, it was death. I assume this extends to non-slave arrangements as well, but how heavily these laws were enforced I cannot say.
>>35355045Come on anon. Someone asked that question in this very same thread >>35351461 and HF referenced a bald spot on Hugo here. >>35350729
>>35355058>for the crime of fornicating with a Muslim slave the punishment for a Christian man was castration and the chopping off of the woman's noseGood thing Charizard isn't Muslim!
>>35355058>for the crime of fornicating with a Muslim slave the punishment for a Christian man was castration and the chopping off of the woman's nose.G-Good t-thing we don't have a-any muslim s-slaves r-right?
>>35355058Fascinating.Thanks for the info, HF.
>>35355132Yep, she is a Yazdani Who are pretty much considered Devil Worshippers
>>35355152 thats the Joke anon
"Tell me everything," you asked, leaning forward with your cup.Sabeen tapped a toe. "There is not much to say," she said, "Except the corpse stinks, the prisoner won't stop trying to escape, and my men near came to blows drawing lots for the slave girl yesterday. I near had her sold off to a Jew for the trouble it was causing, but she agreed to go with Aymal to settle the matter. I can't rightly blame her. He's a handsome man and a fine warrior," she blushed a little and drank deep, "To speak the truth if you'd taken a day longer I'd have broken camp and returned to my father." She set aside her cup and smiled, "I am glad I waited. If only to see you dressed so foolishly."You blushed at that. Maybe you should do something about your ridiculous hair cut to spare yourself the jests."We're taken up in a Church," you said, "It seems safe for now. And we've got word with the Queen. She meas to help us. Did you know Judith is a princess?"Sabeen arched a brow. "I did not, no," she leaned back, hand on the hilt of her sword, the other drumming her armoured hip."What is your next move?" she asked.You finished your drink. "I'm trying to gather the others. Sir Raymond and Franz are still missing, same with some of the soldiers.""We'll keep an eye out here," Sabeen said."Thank you," you replied. She was smiling again, and you were too.> I-I should head back> hang around for the night
>>35355268>> hang around for the night
>>35355268> hang around for the night
>>35355268> hang aroundIt's not safe to go back by ourselves. Also, we might want to see if we can bring Chihirizahd back with us. She'd make a useful courier.
>>35355268>> I-I should head back
>>35355302It may be difficult to keep her in the church.
>>35355268>> hang around for the nightWe need to let her know where the rest of us are quartered in the city.
>>35355302Wouldn't it look awfully suspicious for a Kurdish girl to be walking around in the Holy Land? It would probably draw questions and harassment.She'd have no protection walking the streets of Jerusalem either. She'd probably get kidnapped and sold off
>>35355268Head back. Grab Solomon. He can take back Chiri
>>35355349That is ofcourse if they would even let her inside
>>35355335Why? I'm pretty sure Jerusalem is full of ambiguously brown people walking about, and even the nunnery would have native-born servants or staff helping out with menial chores.
>>35355268Guys don't forget we're disguised as a monk. If we stay the night here it will draw undue suspicion. As nice as it'd be to hang around the camp, it may be best if we return to the city and resume the search for the others.
>>35355349Well we could borrow a nun's habit, come back tomorrow and sneak her in?It'll save Sabeen's camp the trouble of having her around and fucking with the morale of her guys.
>>35355385that could work
helpmy /ss/ senses are tinglingsmut when?
>>35355385Seems risky for minimum gain. She said the matter was settled for now. I'm honestly not sure what we gain by having her in the city instead of in Sabeen's camp. >>35355366Didn't HF say that non-Christians aren't allowed in the Holy Land? I am guessing it would draw suspicion, but maybe HF can clarify.
>>35355385We risk getting into really really big problems
>>35355438>Didn't HF say that non-Christians aren't allowed in the Holy Land?They aren't allowed in the city of Jerusalem.Of course, 'Christian' isn't an ethnicity.
>>35355439Hell yeah, we do! You have a problem with it?
>>35355435never Anon being Hugo is suffering
>>35355457Yeah, Solomon doesn't seem to have a problem.
>>35355385I don't think it covers her face and she's probably brown as hell. Yo HF, they have Kurdish/Arabic nuns back then?
>>35355477There were Kurdish and Arabic Christians, yes. Still are.
>>35355496Then, sure why the hell not.
>>35355477As long as they cover her outrageously hot body, we won't get in trouble.
>>35355528And is it really worth the risk?Sabeen already settled the matter with the Syrian
>>35355549I think it's worth it having someone who can move around the city with minimal recognition. Does the injunction on Muslims entering Jerusalem mean that there are no slaves in there? I find that hard to believe.
>>35355268> hang around for the nightLet's not risk the streets twice
You pause at the flap of the tent. "You know, I'm in no hurry to head back," you said, looking over to her, "Maybe I can spend the night in camp? I find it hard to sleep on beds.""Uh well, if its to help you sleep," Sabeen shrugged, "Of course, my camp is yours."You nod and touch forelock, slipping out of her tent.The camp was small but orderly. Two men stand guard over the captured Egyptian, lazily talking in their native tongue as they kept a half eye on the shackled man. The Lancer Aymal scowled by Chihirizahd, who was deep in prayer on her knees. He had an evil eye for her, and an evil eye for the tent you'd come out of, but a respectful nod for you personally."You are brave boy," he said, clapping you on the shoulder, "I remember you now. Good on a horse, good with lance. I am much ashamed." He bowed his head and spread his hands. "If you have need, find Aymal and he shall help."You nod. A fair apology.> speak with a companion (nominate)
>>35355652> speak with a companion (nominate)Chiri.
>>35355652> speak with a companion (nominate)Chiri since she's basically the only other companion besides Sabeen here. And we just spoke to Sabeen.
>>35355652Chiri i guess>>35355704well theres Aymal. Once he stops letting the small head control the big head, he seems pretty decent.
>>35355724Gonna be honest, I still think all the lancers except Sabeen are basically meat shield for the more interesting characters.
>>35355652>the captured EgyptianHe's a stone throw away from Jerusalem, where's he trying to find refuge?
>>35355782he is a muslim.And the cousin of the Caliph
>>35355652Apologize for loosing our temper as well. We may yet ride together and face death together in the future. Then speak with Chiri.
>>35355812But we had every right to be angry, saying it like that would just be false modesty
>>35355843But we are a better man than thatHugo is the Paladin to Wilhelm Warlord/Bard Multiclass
>>35355843Do you even chivalry? That's like the only thing Hugo knows about.
>>35355782Have we told the Queen about him yet? She might be able to use that as a bargaining chip of some sort to aid Whilhelm.>>35355843We didn't know the whole situation, from his point of view he had won the slave girl fair and square. I'm not saying be overly apologetic, just an admission that our temper is short due to the circumstances and a fight could have been better avoided with a cool head.
You nod to Aymal. "I was angry for more reasons than just this, and did not think," you said, "My brother is always saying to keep a clear head, and I did the opposite." You did not say 'I'm sorry', but he nodded as well, understanding your intent. You walked past.You squat beside Chihirizahd. You didn't understand her words, but you recognised a prayer when you saw one. She opened an eye to look at you, and wore a look of heart break, cloudy with tears and a pout on her lips."What are you doing?" you asked."Thanking God," she replied, "And begging for forgiveness. I doubted him and was led astray.""You thought my brother killed," you said. She nodded. "What would happen to you if he had?"She threw her hands up the heaven. "The world does not run short on cruelty, who can rightly say? Nothing good, never anything good," she wiped a tear that ran down her cheek. You had always thought of Chihirizahd as much older than you, but now she did not seem so. She looked like a frightened girl like any other, heart caught in her throat and trying not to drown."I will make you dinner," she said, taking you by the wrist, "I had made dinner for Sabeen every night until Aymal claimed me. I will make you both dinner tonight, to celebrate the news you bring." Aye, though she was a slave suddenly you saw a sign of freedom in her bearing, in her tears turned into a grin.> accept her offer of dinner with Sabeen> have dinner with her alone> turn her down entirely
>>35355972> accept her offer of dinner with Sabeen
>>35355972>> accept her offer of dinner with Sabeen>>O-Okay
>>35355972>> accept her offer of dinner with Sabeen
>>35355972> have dinner with her alone
>>35355972> accept her offer of dinner with SabeenSlave food must be the equivalent of domestic menu in these times.
>>35355972Is it spaghetti? So spirits of Zhu Xing lives on Hugo? can we have 90 WAR then?
>>35355972> accept her offer of dinner with Sabeen>>35356053Once we reach 19 Hugo may well have a 90 WAR with Solobro and all these soldiers to train with.
>>35356053Wrong continent bro. Go read some Ospreys at least. That historical thread has links.
>>35356089No fun, you baka
Wilhelm is Chunyu Xin, not Zhu Xing.
"Okay, that sounds...nice," you venture. "I will not disappoint, little master," she said as she hugged you 'round the head, burying your face between her breasts. It was hard not to well....you blushed red and failed that hard test, and when she parted you kept to your squat for some time as she walked away to prepare for the evening meal, her warmth still lingering on your face.Eventually you stood. The Syrians as a whole paced about restlessly. Aymal directed two of them to fight him barehanded at the grapple and they stripped off to the waist. He handled them both, having the advantage. He was a good fighter.Sabeen watched the wrestling standing outside her tent with legs crossed in front, cup at her lip. Eyes like a hawk.> offer to wrestle with Aymal> offer to wrestle with Sabeen> do nothing but watch
>>35356053A moment of silence for TKQ and how Raian bailed on it.
>>35356216> offer to wrestle with AymalWin for Chiri
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with AymalNeed training.
>>35356216> Wrestle Sabeenhue
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with SabeenBecause this won't win, but someone must vote for it.
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with AymalMake some new friends
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with Sabeen
>>35356216Aymal will wreck us... though wrasslin with Sabeen would make Hugo's little head fry. Just watching seems boring though.Ask Sabeen permission first then > offer to wrestle with Aymal
>>35356216> offer to wrestle with AymalMANLY WRESTLE
>>35356216> offer to wrestle with Sabeen>>35356219May he rot in hell, amen
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with SabeenSabeen is a warrior. Not a lady to be held at arms length just because of her gender.
Let us wrestle like Turks
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with Sabeenwhat could possibly go wrong with this option?>Sabeen breaks our everything with her wrestling moves
>>35356132>Latin kingdoms>no funShh, it's okay, not everyone starts gud.
>>35356216>offer to wrestle with SabeenLet's do it! b-but, not in that way!
>>35356351> Latin> Not steppe NomadsI bet you also can't fire ride a horse when you were 5
>>35356216>> offer to wrestle with AymalLets bump that war.
>>35356385Didn't Ash do that at the age of 10?
>>35356216> offer to wrestle with Sabeen
>>35356385You're in a christian thread, you can learn. The Quest Refugees General is always two clicks away.
>>35356446Isnt that what steppe Nomads do? invading shit and burning books for shit and giggles
>>35356216> offer to wrestle with Aymal
>>35356473Timur plsYou are 300 years too early to show up
"Hey Sabeen," you say, cracking your knuckles, "Care to wrestle?" You drop into a wide stance, arms extended.The Syrians laugh and Sabeen smirks."Ey, Sabeen, you must strip to your waist too eh?" Aymal offered as he took one of his opponents in a headlock. "I think the boy wants to see you in your little things. Maybe an excuse to grab at them.""Now is that true, Hugo?" she asked, brushing back her short curls. "No, I think Hugo just wants a decent challenge, instead of you capering monkeys."She pulled loose the front straps of her hauberk, and then pulled it up over her head and dumped it on the dirt. Then she unstrapped her padded vest beneath, slipped that off 'til she was down to tight cloth bindings round her chest.Her skin was dark even under her clothing, and you were only just now struck by the fullness of her breasts, hidden under heavy armour, cloth and bindings as well. Her tight stomach and long navel glistening with sweat.You strip off your own shirt."If I win," she said, "You have to cut that ridiculous hair. I cannot look at you and not giggle""And if I win?" you asked."Will you?" she replied.The camp gathered, even the prisoner arched his head to get a better view. The two of you squared off.> roll 1d100, best of three
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>35356529
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>35356529>DDDEUUUS
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>35356529Oh my
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>35356529Can you do it Hugo?
>>35356557>>35356567>>35356568Hugo gets his ass kicked
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>35356529DICK VAAAAAAAAULT
>>35356557>>35356567>>35356568We are useless.>>35356571NOPE.
>>35356529First Tancred, now Sabeen
>>35356557>>35356567>>35356568Even the dice are slacking this thread.
>>35356587Who would have thought that after Solomon so bravely saved Hugo's anal virginity that Sabeen would pluck it from him but a few days later.
How the hell are we going to get back into the city without our hair?
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>35356529Just to see what might have been
>>35356667Simply tell her it will have to wait intill after Jerusalem
>>35356667burn abit of the cloak we're wearing and tell the guards a madwoman burned our hair
You come in to grab her but she slips in low and you feel the ground suddenly lift out from under you. Agh!" you have to scream before landing hard an the ground, thrown clear over Sabeen's shoulder. You grab her by the leggings to pull yourself up or try to pull her down, but her other leg wraps 'round you neck and she drops, trapping your outstretched arms and neck in a strange leg lock.You thrash impotently against her hold and the crowd is laughing, stamping their feet and slapping their knees. Others were flocking from other camps at the commotion, bearded men and veiled women. They seem delighted to see a Frank so easily manhandled. It was over quick, and Sabeen soon releases you."Ey, maybe this is not right," Aymal said, "You are meant to use oils to wrestle."Sabeen waved off Aymal. "A win is a win, oils won't change that."But some in the crowd also were calling for a rematch. "Do it right!" an old white bearded man said, "You need the proper oils. It is not right!"> rematch with oil!> accept your loss
>>35356724> rematch with oil!lewd
>>35356724> accept your lossBut she better keep teaching us
>>35356724> accept your loss
>>35356724>> accept your loss
>>35356724> rematch with oil!Anoint us with oil and let us try it again!
>>35356724>>35356724>> rematch with oil!If we are going to get our ass fucked it may as well be fun.
>>35356724>> rematch with oil!I wanna see this git gud.
Tie.Roll off. 1d100.First is rematch, second is loss, highest wins.
>>35356887Tie just got broken lol
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>35356887
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>35356887dice
>>35356724>accept your loss You faggots turn down two irish twins but would shame my brown waifu, Fuck you guys
>>35356915Not even twins though. One a red head, the other a black irish.
>>35356896>>35356915Contain your salt, guys
>>35356724>rematch with oilGuys why would we not
>>35356941Because CHA has won more battles than LEA and WAR combined.
>>35356965You mean like when we loss Welf? oh wait
>>35356965Hugo isn't our PC he's a tool. He doesn't need CHA he needs to get strong to be a better member of our entourage
>>35356910> Rematch it isAymal and another lancer brought out the wrestlers."Get it in your hair boy, so she cannot grab it," he said, pouring it into his hands. He slapped it on and ran it through, turning your hair into greasy tangled knots. He lathered it over your shoulders and it slipped down your back, and down into your crack as well, making you squirm. It felt a little weird, but not entirely unpleasant.Sabeen took a stool and Chihirizahd was brought to oil her. It would be improper for a man to do such with a woman. She worked the oil through her wooly curls and over her shoulders. It slipped down the bindings and made her skin dark and shinning, her navel glistened. She wore a smirk the entire time, and when she rose, dripped with the oils."Come on," she fell into a fighting stance and raised her hands.Aymal pushed you forward.> roll 1d100, best of three
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>35357012
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>35357012Ave Imperator!
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>35357012For glory!
>>35357012>wrestlerswrestler oils, natch.
>>35357032>89Oh yeah baby
>>35357032ere we go~
>>35357032Holy crapbaskets, the God-Emperor of Mankind confirmed as based Dice God.
>>35357012>"Rematch it is"Fuck leaving things up to God, we decided to accept the loss.
>>35357036If you don't give this teenager a raging hard on while oil wrestling this attractive older girl you don't understand makes
>>35356992He does unless you want him to spaghetti every relation away. There's chess and pairings for enhancing his WAR, if we must.Besides, we have Solomon covering most WAR. At least the other knight should cover CHA.>Our INT is all in women
>>35357059>Holy crapbaskets, the God-Emperor of Mankind confirmed as based Dice God.WE'VE BEEN PRAISING THE WRONG GOD THIS WHOLE TIME.More importantly, I hope everyone realizes the valuble lesson here. Koblenz men are only competent when pussy is on the line.
>>35357141>Koblenz men are only competent when pussy is on the line.Their heraldry is a dick for a reason.>>35357136>At least the other knight should cover CHA.Doesn't Will cover CHA? Hugh should cover WAR.
Rolled 76 (1d100)>>35357012
>>35357171Solomon covers WAR. Franz can't into status because Jew, so he can't CHA in our place. Hugo, as our brother, should cover CHA when necessary.LEA will be covered by any ally that has men.
>>35357219Don't forget......wait who was I talking about again? anyway THAT GUY on Int!
Hugo shall be the sword that carries out the will of his lord. After he survives the training from Hell, that is.
>>35357219>Franz can't into status because JewOn that note, isn't Franz a convert?
>>35357255[Shonen style training arc intensifies]
>>35357251Orlando is more of a PR guy, if we let him do his thing.>>35357266He still looks Jew as balls, is only a retainer.
>>35357266Yes he is, but people will still think he's a Jew otherwise.
>>35357274> ITS A MONTAGE!!!> MOOONTAAGEEE!!!
>>35357302how should we help him get his lands back?or should we help gain new lands for him?
You squared off against Sabeen. "I'm not going to go easy on you this time," she said, shifting her feet back and forth on the spot. "And if I win this one not only am I cutting your hair I'm going to...ha! Yeah, have you sing at dinner!" Her skin gleamed under the dying sun, a hint of gold flaring up across her very dark skin. You ignored the rising in your loins at the sight of her athletic body gleaming in the sun.You learned from your previous mistake, and waited for her to make the first move. She came in reach for your waist band, and you did the same. The two of you came together with a wet smack. She grunted, and shifted her grip as her hands slipped on your soggy waist band. You grabbed at her shoulder, pushed her back and tried to hook her, throwing your leg between hers, tried to throw her over it.She slipped but grabbed you as well and you fell into a tangle atop one another. Your hand slipped up and you pushed yourself off on her breast, a sudden embarrassed pause in your movements which earned you a knee to your mid-section. She tried to trap you 'round the shoulders with her leg again but you caught it on your forearm and pushed her round onto her stomach.Hands slipping on her wet back, you manage to mount her and slip your arms under her arm pits, lock up her arms. The way you press against her rump is enough to make you blush, but not for long as an elbow tries to catch you around the head.(cont.)
>>35357328New lands. Give him...whatever is in between Alexandria and Gaza. The name escapes me.Good land, not too rich or strategically important - perfect for a fuckup like Orlando.
>>35357389You mean Sinai or Ascalon?
She squirmed against you like a river otter, some how rolled you onto your back, but you linked your hands behind the back of her head and drove her back down onto her belly. Her cheeks were red and she was puffing as she tried one last time to break your lock, but her legs kicked out."I yield," she said, breathless, "I surrender."You climbed off her, stood and panted, doubled. You offered her a hand.She gave you half a glare and picked herself up with a half flip to a crouch, then dusted off her knees and stood."So, that's one for one," she said, "I still get to cut your hair, but I suppose you get something too."The crowd booed at your victory and began to disperse, though some old lecher eyes lingered on Sabeen as they did.You hadn't thought of a reward.> you have to wear a dress for the night!> you have to wash the oil off me!> you have to admit Franks are better than Saracens!
>>35357389Man, why we give that guy any lands? He seems incompetent. Let's give him chances to prove his worth before we give him land.
>>35357328Present the letter Joshua gave Willhelm & let him take the Initiative
>>35357404>> you have to wear a dress for the night!"I-I-I've always wondered how y-y-you'd look in feminine garb..."
>>35357404>> you have to wash the oil off me!oh yea
>>35357404>> you have to wear a dress for the night!Perfect.
>>35357404>> you have to wear a dress for the night!
>>35357404>wear a dress Don't be creepers guys I know it's tempting
>>35357404> you have to wear a dress for the night!
>>35357426After the formation of the cobclave, i dont see how its in our best interest to show the king a letter that erodes the position of an ally.
>>35357430damn 7WAR in one thread for Hugo
>>35357404>You have to cook the next dinner.>oilcake obventsDon't make it weird captcha.
>>35357404>I want you to twist my nipples and slap me when I scream!
>>35357404>> you have to wear a dress for the night!The only acceptable option.
>>35357430>hugo now on par with elder brokek
>>35357526In like two days of training.He truly has the superior genes.
>>35357526and all in one day.Hugo (will be) Boss in War.
>>35357404>> you have to wash the oil off me!Sand and oil is a bitch
>>35357547>>35357545Remember one anon claiming that Hugo's mother had superior genetics than Will's. Might actually be some truth to that
g-guys Hugo just ''broke'' Sabeen like most men try to doyou know what must happen next>>35357545>>35357547[Zhao yun Intensifies]
>>35357586B-b-but anon, what about our christian virtue and purity?
>>35357586And if it had been anyone else they would have demanded something lewd.But because it is Hugo he merely wants to see her in a dress
OP pls no make Hugo lose his virginity like thisits kind of sad
>>35357586we will give her the Dinner
>>35357586Fuck Zhao Yun, he didn't do anything cool, some nerd just rewrote history to where it looks like he was cool. We should strive to be like Zhang Liao instead.
>>35357625>Zengi arrives with ten thousand turks>Hugo routes them with a handful of Hospitallers and a bunch of misfit Muslim lancers
>>35357643>Wilhelm gets all the credit
>>35357625>Fuck Zhao Yun, he didn't do anything cool>Implying Changbang never happened>Implying fighting your way through enemy territory regardless of if they are trying to kill you or not isn't bullshit awsomeMan If hugo could do this I'd be proud as fuck
>>35357625While I think Zhao Yun is one of the better Shu characters, I think everybody should strive to be like Zhang Liao.
>>35357643>HospitallersYou can enter as secular for a period. It is an option given they should be starting to come in force and Blaise is Templar now.
Just watch guys. We grind XP for the next month, then on the day before the trial we show up with our massive WAR stat and rescue everyone from jail singlehandly.
>>35357654>"Around 200, Liu Bei became a bandit but was chased out of Cao Cao’s territory. He fled to Jing, where he joined Liu Biao. Liu Bei served Liu Biao for several years, but this came to an end with Liu Biao’s death in 208. Hearing of Liu Biao’s death, Cao Cao advanced to attack Jing and Liu Biao’s heir, Liu Cong, surrendered to him. Liu Bei decided to try and resist Cao Cao, so he attempted to seize the city of Jiangling, which held a vast store of military supplies. Cao Cao took an elite cavalry force to reach Jiangling first. Along the way, he encountered Liu Bei’s army at Chang Slope (Changban). The two fought and Cao Cao was victorious. Liu Bei fled, abandoning his wife, his concubines, and even his infant son (Liu Shan).>"After the battle, Zhao Yun located Lady Gan and Liu Shan and guided them to where Liu Bei had fled. Somehow, that has gotten warped and twisted over the centuries to become Zhao Yun charging through Cao Cao’s whole army in order to rescue them, fighting his way through wave after wave of soldiers to bring Liu Shan safely home. In reality, the three of them just had a pleasant stroll. Even if Cao Cao’s soldiers saw them, they would have simply assumed that the three of them were some of the numerous refugees who had been following Liu Bei. Cao Cao’s soldiers would have had no idea who they were and no reason to attack them. In spite of the prominence this story plays in the Zhao Yun mythos, the simple fact is that there were no great heroics at Chang Slope. Zhao Yun was basically just a guide.>"Still, Liu Bei was grateful for this, so he gave Zhao Yun the title General of the Standard. I haven’t actually been able to find this rank listed anywhere else except for Wei Yan’s SGZ, so I think this is just a title Liu Bei made up to reward his friends. Not that he had the authority go be making people generals anyway, but whatever."
>>35357708This is you anon I hope you enjoy yourself
>>35357708>>35357666>>35357654>>35357625>>35357586Hey guys, could you take the Three Kingdoms back to /qtg/? Much obliged if you could.
"I want you to wear a dress tonight," you said with a smirk, "Like a proper woman."She glowered at you put nodded. "Fine, fine! Just see if I have any. But you're sure going to look stupid shaved bald like an old man!" She kicked out at a rock and strutted off, ringing out her oil thick hair as she went.Aymal patted you on the shoulder. "Ahaha, you humbled her," he said, shaking his head, "She will be in a mood tonight. I have seen no man beat her before. Watch she does not confuse you for goat meat and cut you."He helped you scrape off the oil and wash out your hair. You dug oil from your ears even and had to strip off to untangle your brush and clear your crack."Eh, you Franks are uncut?" Aymal shook his head, "And unshaved? You really are barbarians." He motioned to his own smooth groin."How do you do that?" you asked."Shells, and wax," he said, "It is good to keep this area smooth. Keeps it clean. Our women also do this." He clapped you on the back, "I shall show you one day, yes?"Maybe, for now you finished cleaning out with dry towels and a little water, until you are just a little damp instead of oily, and dress for dinner. A nice tunic, clean hose. You go to Sabeen's tent where Chihirizahd had been cooking.Sabeen stood by her table and chair. She wore a dress with flaring skirts and no sleeves, an ornate belt 'round her waist. She had a red blouse with a plunging neckline delicately tied at the front, and a high stiff collar. She was not smiling, but had her chin high, and curtsyed for you."Dost thou approve of this precious flower?" she asked, doing a spin that threw up her skirt and showed a flash of smooth black thigh.> you look ridiculous!> uh...you look good...
>>35357654>>35357708Wow. At least try to fit in.
>>35357753>brushBush, that is.
>>35357753>> uh...you look good...Blush and avert our gaze like the spaghetti tossing virgin that would befit Hugo at the tender age of 13.
>>35357753>you look fine like wine
>>35357753>> uh...you look good...Aww, the warrior maiden in a dress
>>35357753> uh...you look good...squirm and fidget awkwardly and spill all the spaghetti
>>35357753> uh...you look good...
>>35357753>Shells, and wax," he said, "It is good to keep this area smooth. Keeps it clean. Our women also do this.This is true by the way. As related in an account of traveler Usama ibn Munqidh in his chronicles of the Frankish kingdom of Jerusalem.
>>35357750Dude this quest was built off of RTK quest and Raian's system. Don't go forsaking your roots man, its not hurting anybody.
>>35357786spaghetti oy vey!
>>35357753>> uh...you look good...
>>35357809how do they use the three seashells?
>>35357753> uh...you look good...If only we had Wilhelm's lire
>>35357791Wrong brother anon
>>35357843I doubt Hugo would get any mileage out of the instrument. He's only a squire to a Bard Knight, not a Bard Knight in training.... OR IS HE?!
>>35357811Dude, we get it. But don't just spaghetti all your bamboo on the vineyard.
>>35357877He wouldn't, but Wilhelm playing has yet to fail. We've never tried to see if it is an aura bonus.
"You look," she dipped a curtsy, "You look good." Your face was growing hot and you offered her a chair. She folded up her skirts and took a seat, face very still and eyes on the table before her. You sat across from her, adjusting your sword. When Chihirizahd laid out a plate of goat meat and rice, Sabeen took your knife and cut you a chunk, held it up to your mouth."Wouldst thou eat from my knife, sir?" she asked, her voice still strange and soft. She batted her eyes.> uh, sure, okay> what's going on with you?
>>35357965> uh, sure, okay
>>35357965> what's going on with you?She is going to stab us
>>35357965> uh, sure, okay> what's going on with you?
>>35357965> what's going on with you?If it's some shit about Franks and the control they want, tell her that she's a woman not a pet.
>>35357965> uh, sure, okayLook at Chi. I bet she did this.
>>35357965>> uh, sure, okay
>>35357965> what's going on with you?
>>35358002damn heathens and their black magic
>>35357965>> uh, sure, okaydont question, just accept
>>35357965>> uh, sure, okayMay as well indulge her, Sabeen's never had the chance to go girly-girl on anyone since she's Papa Malik's only child, AFAIK.
>>35358044Anon, she is clearly not happy about this and is over acting to mock us
>>35358077She's playing the frank, I think. Which is lol stereotypes.
You open your mouth and pluck the meat from the tip of the knife. She drops the point on the top of the desk and twirls it in the palm of her hand, shearing up whirls of sawdust. You ate a little more but she ate none, just watching you."Dost my manner please you?" she asked, "Is this the manner of a real woman?" She stroked her cheek and puffed out her lips.> It's very nice, a pleasant change> Not really, please stop
>>35358077and hugo probably doesnt have much experience in this sort of situation anyways
>>35358116> Not really, please stop
>>35358116> Not really, please stopWe just wanted Sabeen in a dress. There's a whole city of frankish girls right over there, and Hugo walked OUT.
>>35358116>> Not really, please stop
>>35358116>> Not really, please stop"T-t-this is really weird. Can you go back to being S-s-sabeen instead of w-w-whatever it is you're feigning?"
>>35358116> Not really, please stop, it scares me.
>>35358116> Not really, please stop"I only asked that you wear a dress, pretend to be someone you're not."
>>35358116> Not really, please stopOnly wanted her in a dress, not this game she is playing
>>35358116>> Not really, please stop"I much rather prefer you being Sabeen the Warrior instead of Sabeen the... uh... maiden?"
>>35358197Don't need to go overboard - not sure 13 yr old Hugo would get it.Just work the painfully naive honesty. We don't know what the fuck she is doing, stop p-p-please.
>>35358226I prefer you in steel, or in oil. This doesn't suit you.
>>35358245Well I wouldn't say that, the dress looks quite fetching.
>>35358263It does, but it doesn't suit her. Chihirizahd, on the other hand...
i really loke how HF lays out HERE THERE BE LAND MINES
>>35358166>>3535823313 is old enough to finish apprenticeships.At least don't push the spaghetti, there's enough as it is.
>>35358275Chiri looks good in everything. Dresses, mail, nothing etc etc.
You chuckle. "No, not really," you said. Chihirizahd passed you a cup of wine and you downed it quickly. "I-I like the real Sabeen. Can you please go back to being the real Sabeen please?" You'd give anything to see her in arms and armour right now, cussing a soldier out. Not that it didn't suit her, the dress. The way it cut to her figure was very...uh. She sighed and put a hand to her chest, affecting a breathless, weak tone."Mayhap this is the real Sabeen," she said, "And you've just unlocked my true womanly nature after you bested me." She pursed her lips, but couldn't keep the snort from ripping from her nostrils. "You-you showed me a woman has no place on the battlef-" but she couldn't keep it up and gave hard snorts, bashed her hand on the tabletop and started laughing. She drummed the table and hooted, spilling rice and meat both."By fuck and Isa I cannot keep that up!" she said and fell back in a slouch with a grin, "But oh its worth it. You look like a chicken spotted a cat in its yard." She grabbed the back of your head and butted her forehead against it."Well there you go, me in women's clothing. You got your reward. But I still got mine." She ruffled your hair and chuckled.You laughed with relief as well.You spend the night with conversation and jokes, and by the time you are off to bed its late. You lie out under the stars. You were still worried about your brother, but you felt the future might not be so grim...You arise to a splash of water across the face."Time to cut those locks," Sabeen said, crouching over you with scissors in hand. Aymal grinned behind her.You returned to Jerusalem a bald monk, scalp itchy and bare.> head to St Anne's> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)> maybe try the palace (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35358337>ityours, meaning you knocked foreheads. Man, that was poorly phrased.
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>35358337>> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35358337> head to St Anne's
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>35358337> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>35358337Lost companion
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>35358337>> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>35358337>> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35358337> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
Rolled 4 (1d100)>>35358337>> look for a lost companion (roll 1d100, average of three)
>>35358365Welp, seems like that guy is gonna chase us again
>>35358425well, we're bald now
>>35358425> I DONT WANT NO RABBLE !
>>35358425Guard-kun is mah waifu
This quest needs more Indiana Jones ost
>>35358482Why so? not that I mind
>>35358506Cuz we keep getting chased around marketplaces and fighting white supremacists.
>>35358482>>35358506Actually, nevermind thatWhen its Wilhelm, its this serious instrumental scoreBut in Hugo POV, its all adventure and wacky songs
>>35358520Though we've really only ever fought white supremacists that one time, and even then we declared a ceasefire.
You decide to search the city for your friends again, and hunt through the Old Jewish Quarter. Franz was a Jew, maybe he'd be attracted to it by instinct. You...didn't really know any other Jews.You kicked through an overgrown path. Some folks were spying from the flat tops of their homes, curious of the bald young monk. You came across porters rolling bones and a smith crafting kitchen wares, but had little luck spying your friends.You came down an alley that led only to a high wall and sighed. Birds nesting in a tree twittered at you, and a slight breeze ran across your bald head."You!" oh hell, not again. The same split mouth guard came scowling out with sword drawn this time. "Think I won't recognise you because you cut your hair again? You'll not be going to a cell," he said, "I've a mind to kill you."He stood across the only opening present, your back was to the wall. You could see no other sign of human life. Just the singing birds.> draw your sword and fight> cry for help (roll 1d100, average of three)
the mount and blade voice clip when you fail to sneak into a town is how i magine that gusrd sounds like.Oi! you there! Stop!
>>35358482Personally I get a star wars vibe
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>35358553> cry for help (roll 1d100, average of three)"he is going to sodomite me!"
>>35358553> draw your sword and fightcan we finally kill this bastard once and for all
>>35358553The time has come. End this eternal rivalry and draw your sword.
>>35358553> draw your sword and fight
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>35358553>> cry for help (roll 1d100, average of three)HELP! HELP! IM BEING OPPRESSED!
>>35358553>3 different places>same guardThis is retarded
>>35358566That too, especially the part when Wilhelm cut off that one guy's arm.
Rolled 5 (1d100)>>35358553>> cry for help (roll 1d100, average of three)fuuuu
>>35358573120 days of sodomite
>>35358553>> draw your sword and fight
> 20 averageFUCK
>>35358553> draw your sword and fightFuck it, let's loldie. Pun intended.
>>35358615>>35358573Welp, looks like we've no choice left.
>>35358553>> draw your sword and fightOne and half men enter
>>35358605I kinda wish we could bust Wilhelm out of the dungeons so I could quote the entire prison break scene from Episode IV
>>35358654Wilhelm must remain in the dungeons then
>>35358661> tg complaints department
>>35358553we must really have pissed that guard off
>>35358689> Have you tried not playing DnD?
>Mfw suddenly Star wars>Mfw when Historical fiction quoted stars wars in the 1st (2nd?) thread he ran
>>35358605And all those frickin' SAND PEOPLE
>>35358708He did?>>35358723HUURRRR HURRR HURRRR
>>35358738>Neomi and Jehanne entered in a half.>Her hair had come loose and her face was red with a real anger. "How dare you leave me in the street like some common harlot, you, you, you scruffy looking goat herder!">"Whose scruffy looking?" you shoot back.
You draw your sword. You are not unarmoured this time, you wear your maille beneath your robes. Your last brush with the man had given you reason to be careful. Still he has age and size on you, and more ground to work with.> strike beats thrust, thrust beats bind, bind beats strike, roll 1d100 with ten passes
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>35358789STRIKE!
Rolled 84 (1d100)>>35358789BIND!
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>35358789THRUST LIKE IOVETA
>>35358773I was disappointed no one noticed that at the time.
Rolled 96 (1d100)>>35358789BIND
>>35358789>with ten passesmaximum dicey
If you've been rolling low I suggest clearing dem Caches [/spoilers]
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>35358789STRIKE!
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>35358789THRUST LIKE SOLOMON
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>35358789THRUST BETTER
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>35358789THRUST!
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>35358789Bind His Bitch Ass
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>35358789Thrust
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>35358773WE have to STRIKE!
>>35358802>>35358804>>35358805>>35358813>>35358842Nice War>>35358826>>35358829You guys....
Rolled 88 (1d100)>>35358789Bind
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>35358789SUPER FINAL STRIKE
Rolled 3, 3, 1, 3, 1, 2, 2, 1, 3, 3 = 22 (10d3)Rolling for the man-at-arms.
>>35358808Wasn't around then, came in later on recommendation from the hugbox and i've loved the character interactions.
>>35358808I assumed that everyone noticed.
>>35358868SoStrike < BindBind = BindThrust < StrikeBind=BindStrike=StrikeThrust=ThrustThrust=ThrustThrust<StrikeBind=BindThrust>Bind So 1-3-6. All those high rolls wasted.
>>35358868>Rolled 3, 3, 1, 3, 1, 2, 2, 1, 3, 3 = 22 (10d3)3 losses6 ties1 winFuck
>>35358931>inb4 Franz does a Dynamic Entry and fucks up the child molester with his hunting knife
>>35358951We're still doing pretty well, it's just round 2 now.
>>35358931>>35358951Loss (67, high)Tie (84 so probably a win)Loss (75, high)Tie (96, should be a win)Tie (9, jesus fucking christ)Tie (25, probably a loss)Tie (65, good)Loss (59, not terrible)Tie (53, tie)Win (3, what a waste)
>>35358954>hunting knife>Franz isn't the Hebrew Hammer
>>35358971Oh, that doesn't look so bad now.
>>35358868Strike < Bind -4 HP to HugoBind = Bind -7 HP to Guard/-2 to HugoThrust < Strike -4 Hp to HugoBind=Bind -8 HP to Guard/-2 to HugoStrike=Strike -2 HP to Guard/-8 Hp to HugoThrust=Thrust -2 HP to guard/-4 to HugoThrust=Thrust -4 Hp to Guard/-3 to HugoThrust<Strike -4 HP to HugoBind=Bind -4 HP to Guard/-3 to HugoThrust>Bind -5 HP to Guard> Hugo 76 HP, Guard 64 HPYou charge the man down the alley, little caution in your assault. You cut but he catches you, turns your point and tries to cut you cross the face in turn. You win the point back and roll it 'round, goring it into his shoulder but sinking only into maille. He breaks the bind and cuts you cross the arm, but his sword bats only at the thick cloth, cutting a slash but leaving the arm uninjured. You strike each other again, and stamp his foot hard, trying to overpower the bigger man to no avail, trying to collapse his weak on your strong. But its fruitless for both. You batter each other back, his cuts making ribbons of your robes and finally nicking your chin. Blood dripped thick and constant but it was no great injury.You close in and come into a bind but your sword skates through, cutting him across the cheek. He backs away snarling, blood welling under his fingers.> second bout> strike beats thrust, thrust beats bind, bind beats strike, roll 1d100 with six passes
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>35359098THRUSTTT
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>35359098BIND!!
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>35359098STRIKE
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>35359098STRIKE WHILE THE IRON IS HOT!
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>35359098Thrust.
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>35359098Strike
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>35359098Bind you mofo biind
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>35359098thrust!
Rolled 1, 3, 3, 3, 1, 2 = 13 (6d3)Rolling for guard
>>35359129>>35359130>3 secsoh you sonofabitch
>>35359141>Rolled 1, 3, 3, 3, 1, 2 = 13 (6d3)4 losses1 win1 tiehugo you little shit
>>35359141THRUST<STRIKE (66)BIND=BIND (17)STRIKE<BIND (52)STRIKE<BIND (21 Ouch)THRUST<STRIKE (25 Fucking Ow)STRIKE>THRUST (6 Wow it's nothing)1 Win, 1 Tie, 4 Losses, RIP Hugo
Time to retreat!
Guard is OP, nerf pls
>>35359173Yeah, but we should slash the guard's eyes first.
>>35359195I don't think that 6 is gonna do anything
>>35359204Even a little bit of damage thrown at the eyes is still going to fucking hurt.
these rolls are making me sad
>>35359141Not enough lube in the Holy Land to save us from an ass raping.
>>35359233God wills it.Tis his punishment for wanting heretic pussy
>>35359251>hereticHeathen pussy anon, get it right.
>>35359251But she looked so nice in a dress anon...
>>35359251>>35359267But Islam is the one true path.
You close with weary breath, and as you close you give a harsh cry, launching out with sword point. You catch his blade but he bats it away, cutting you hard across the chest. You gasp aloud as you feel a sudden numbness in your chest, a coldness in your legs and groin as he opens up your robes and the mail as well. You stagger back gaping as skin hangs in flaps, red meat and blood running through your shirt. You drop your sword and clasp at your chest, and the man-at-arms moves in with a vicious smile."Nay!" from above the man came, and landed hard on the man-at-arm's shoulders. He crumpled under the heavy armoured form. Sir Raymond, sword plunged through the man-at-arm's neck, a wolf on his prey, or a hawk perhaps.He had leapt from the flat rooftop."Aye lad, be well," he said, drawing out his sword and coming to your side. He knelt and touched your forehead. "Aye, 'tis a bad wound, but no matter." He clicked his fingers and two young men came from down the alley running. Local lads. "My new squires," he said, "Recently taken on as reward for service."He had them carefully lift you between them."All be well lad, all be well!" but his smile was forced and your eyes were on the bloody carving in your chest. They did not carry you far, hustling you through a door and into a living quarters."Set him down here, down here!" your vision was fading, you saw a man with needle and thread. You felt your self lifted up and lain upon something."Say a prayer m'lord, this'll not be easy," he said."God's sake, that's Hugo!" Was that Franz's voice? You could not see, your eyes were growing dim."He'll be fine so long as he keeps a hard heart and love of god, easy man" you heard Raymond say, but you were sinking, swimming away...> roll 1d100, best of three(don't freak out)
>>35359267Heretic/heathen, they all burn the same.Burn the lot I say! Let The Lord sort them out.
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>35359314
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>35359314PANICCC
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>35359314>> roll 1d100, best of three
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>35359314freaking out
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>35359314
>>35359314>(don't freak out)Bit too fucking late for that mate!
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>35359314uh oh
>>35359314>He had leapt from the flat rooftop.Sir Raymond confirmed for Aniki
>Sabeen bint Malik (are we just friends?)kek
>>35359314>He had leapt from the flat rooftop.Raymond confirmed to be an Assassin.Name etymology defines Raymond as "protector".Captcha: 300Sweet Mary Joseph Christ, there's a goddamn guardian angel watching over Hugo when he fucks up.
>>35359314>"Nay!" from above the man came, and landed hard on the man-at-arm's shoulders. He crumpled under the heavy armoured form. Sir Raymond, sword plunged through the man-at-arm's neck, a wolf on his prey, or a hawk perhaps. He had leapt from the flat rooftop.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0n8RWVTZZM
>>35356216> do nothing but watch
>>35359368of course anon Thats spiral power for you
You see nothing, hear nothing. Your eyes close and there is a moment of darkness, and then they are opening bleary on a small room. A man sits by the bed, reading a book. He looks up to you. He has a very gaunt face, and a small neat beard that was very grey."Good morning," he said, closing it up, "I am Benicio, physician by trade, and you are a very blessed young man." He stood and peered over you, patting your chest. "A nice healthy scar, but also no sword slinging for a little while, yes?""Yes?" you said weakly, what else was there to say? You'd near been opened up and killed for sure had help not come for you. A miracle, maybe.You lay in bed with head too heavy to lift, and closed your eyes, lucky to be alive...-Part 12 end+2 War, +1 Cha, +2 IntNext thread in an hour.
>>35359511does this mean no thread on thursday? or is this amends for yesterday?
>>35359511Hugo is a little shit.A very lucky little shit.And seriously, 9 WAR in one thread, Ai.
>>35359511How much has Hugo's WAR increased since we started playing as him?
>>35359511>Next thread in an hour.Based HF
>>3535953213 I think
>>35359511Great thread dude, see you in an hour.
>>35359511You are a sexy bastard HF.
>>35359527Can't run Thursday, have commitments.
>>35359511>Natural 68 WARHugo is officially stronger than Willhelm now
>>35359511Thanks for running, even if I've come to loathe the system you're using the story is engaging.
>>35359597At least we get double updates anon.
>>35359511Awsome but how do Crits work? I ask because Blaise's axe is fucking awsome
>>35359758Also, no shield.That doesn't sound healthy, considering how badly we roll.
>>35359758You roll over 90 on a hit, roll under ten and you get critted. Damage is mitigated by a lot of factors that I'm too lazy to explain.
>>35359788but dem Crits
>>35359809But Demacus steel blade
>>35359800ahh I see.factors are likely>Armour>Degree of Success >Degree of success vs Opp. degree of success>>35359815Damascus Steel axe?
>>35359847>Damascus Steel axe?Then lets see when we get one
Sometimes I'm not around to roll dice and then bad shit happens, and then when I do roll in time bad shit still happens.
Archangel Fire Sword when?
>>35359847Also variable WAR rating.
>>35359912I thought that played into the Degree if success, like say Wilhelm is trying to diplomance someone and rolls shit he still has his CHA to carry him over the line.
>>35359912What was the war rating of the guard?
In light of this abysmal showing, we should replace Hugo and Franz's horses with coursers as soon as possible when we are able to.
>>35359955In fact we should just retire and become a minstrel.
>>35359968>Implying Blaise get the fuck outta here
>>3535994665>>35359936I'm bad at explaining rules, but pretty much base damage is determined by gauging your War against his War, the wider a gap determining a larger base damage, and then further mitigated with rolls, adding or subtracting damage.
>>35360027ahh okay that makes sense
>>35360027>65Hugo needs to get gudder
>>35360069New quest where?