LAST TIME ON GEASS QUEST: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36330731/ Thread times and updates posted here: https://twitter.com/Crosswire Rules and Mechanics: http://pastebin.com/J8ehewqf Pain.When you awaken that’s all you feel, an intense almost inconceivable pain that radiates from your insides and out to every vestige of your body. There’s almost nothing you can think to compare it too, nowhere in your swiss cheese of a memory can you ever remember feeling so much raw overwhelming agony. Even opening your eyes hurts as they’re greeted by blinding fluorescent lights on what appears to be the ceiling. Everything is blurry and you find yourself engulfed in a snowy whiteness that makes you briefly wonder if your sight has been damaged. Then the steady, electric beeping of a heart monitor fills your ears and your vision focuses enough that the whiteness begins to take shape. Sheets, bandages, and pearly curtains appear around you and you find yourself lying down on a bed. Tubes and wires stick out of the bandages on your chest and feed into a nearby machine, making you realize just where all the pain you feel is coming from.You try to sit up, try to get out of bed but you barely get your back off the sheets when the already barely processable pain somehow gets worse. The sharp jolt awakens your groggy mind to the full extent of the pain you're in and you fall back onto the covers, screaming. The curtains surrounding you are ripped aside and Dr. Pailsen rushes to over to you. He tries to talk to you, but you can’t hear him, can’t speak to him, all you can do his scream and whimper. You barely register the sting in your arm as he injects you with something and slowly the pain begins to subside, replaced with a sudden moment of intense, almost violent delirium that immediately crashes into a lethargic paralysis. >(1/3)
>>36605698Sleep takes you, the medication ripping you from the world of the conscious and into the world of the unconscious. You’re met with a sudden, almost blissful moment of clarity as the pain that clouded your thoughts before begins to fade, becoming distant and ghostly before disappearing altogether along with all your other senses.For a brief moment there is nothing but darkness and then find yourself standing in the woods, naked and unclothed. The trees around you see strange, almost alien but what catches your immediate attention is the gaping wound in your chest. The jagged and unbleeding injury looks as if it would be the end of you, but you feel no pain from it. In fact you feel nothing at all, not the ground beneath your feet nor the temperature of the dark forest that surrounds you.While physically you feel nothing your senses and emotions tell you something isn’t right, the dead skeleton like trees that populate the forest only seem to encourage these feelings. Turning your eyes skyward you hope to find some comfort and sanity in the familiar sites of the stars and perhaps even the moon, but that is when you see itAbove your head, looming over you and everything else like some kind of all mighty being is a colossal swirling mass that is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Seeing the strange, heaven consuming mass above awakens something inside of you and as if on instinct you avert your eyes and look at the ground. You try to look back up but find yourself turning away every time you do so. After the seventh try you get a grip of yourself and try to grasp your surroundings.The forest you're in is dark, but there’s enough light that you can roughly see what’s around you, but that’s not saying much. >(⅔)
>>36605703There are no signs of civilization, travel, or even life in the woods that surround you. Ahead of you the forest seems to grow thicker while behind the trees seem to start thinning out a bit. What do you wish to do Shirley?>Stay where you are, wherever you are it’s somewhere dangerous.>Deeper into the woods. This is just a dream, right? Might as well explore.>Out of the woods. Something about this forest, about this place doesn’t seem right. You need to leave.>Other (Write in)
>>36605718>>Deeper into the woods. This is just a dream, right? Might as well explore.
>>36605718>Deeper into the woods. This is just a dream, right? Might as well explore.
>>36605718>Out of the woods. Something about this forest, about this place doesn’t seem right. You need to leave.
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>36605718>Other (Write in)Look at the sky while going into forest
Did something like this happen in cannon? I'm on the fence about in/out of the woods.
>>36605870No, completely OC shit.
>>36605718Fuck yeah, I've been waiting for this.>Look at the sky. What the hell, you are stronger than these instincts...!>Deeper into the woods. This is just a dream, right? Might as well explore.Of course we wand to explore a forest in the world of C, this isn't even a question/
>>36605718>Deeper into the woods. This is just a dream, right? Might as well explore.Well, time for mindgames.
>>36605718>Out of the woods. Something about this forest, about this place doesn’t seem right. You need to leave.>>36605890Mk
>>36605751>>36605759>>36605894>>36605917>>36605854>>36605958Votes are in, writing post now....
our future geass contractor is probably trying to communicate with us somehow, remeber that cc could communicate with lelouch to some degree before she was released
So do we wander further in and see our memories..? Or wander away from our body and die on the table?>>36606010No I've not seen the show in a very long time. Can you provide any stronger references? I don't like the automatic assumption that we've got a contractor.We could just be having a drug trip. We're medicated as hell.
>>36606041in the first episode when lulu was climbing onto the truck carrying the "gas cannister" cc spoke to him telepathically >I found it.....my
>>36606010Was it ever specified how Codes even came into existence? I mean, aside form the transfer stuff. Because it would totally be super awesome if Shirley could get her own Code by sheer determination and willpower.
>>36606041>>36606131it is possible a code bearer could try to communicate trough our dreams
Rolled 4 (1d100)I got it!The sky is what we have forgotten!
>>36606210With a roll like that we might..
>>36606238Well it will be adorable when she rediscovers it.
>Deeper into the woods. This is just a dream, right? Might as well explore.>Look at the sky while going into forest“This is a dream” you tell yourself as you take an effortless step forward. “No sense standing around and being scared. I might as well explore while I’m here. Who knows? Maybe it’ll start raining ice cream or something…” You begin heading deeper into the dark foreboding woods, remaining as positive as you can in the hopes your ‘dream’ will change to your whims. You can’t feel your feet touching the ground and moving forward feels absolutely effortless, however you still feel bound to the ground and as tempting as it is to just run, you don’t. After all you only run when you’re having a nightmare.As you move deeper and deeper into the woods you continue to try and look up at the strange enigma in the heavens above. Try as you might though, you’re unable to look directly at the thing for anything longer then a second. At first you’re worried, believing it to be the work of some outside force or compulsion. However as you continue to look up at the strange mass you begin to catch strange, sudden glimpses of things.Flashes of color, odd patterns and symbols in it’s shifting masses, and for a moment you swear you saw what looked like faces amongst the swirling celestial juices of the strange body above you. Slowly it begins to dawn on you that it wasn't just an instinctual drive that made you look away, but an instinctual fear. You don't know what the thing in the heavens above is, but after looking at it a few times it suddenly feels like thousands of people are watching you.You turn your eyes back to the ground and quickly survey the surrounding woods, fearful of the someone or something being with you.The woods around you remain as dead and quiet as they were before, only now they're thicker and cast even larger shadows on the path ahead of you. >(1/2)
>>36606611It seems the farther you go in, the older the forest gets. The trees, while still very much dead, are brown and so rotten looking that a firm gaze would probably knock most of them over. A lot of them have holes eaten through them, as if they weren't falling apart as it was.Then, out of the corner of your eye you spy something at the foot of one of the nearby trees. In the darkness it's difficult to make out but walking over you quickly find it to be...>A gun>A photograph >A noose
>>36606657>>A gun>>A photograph >>A noose
>>36606657>>A photographgun symbolises when she learned lulu was zero, noose is about her mothers suicide
>>36606684What is photo?
>>36606707i dont know thats why i chose it
>>36606707Not that guy, but I assume it's Lelouch and Shirley kind of photo. You know, the reason why Lelouch is alive right now.
>>36606731What if we forget the others though? Don't we want to remember hating Lulu?
>>36606657>Photo of hanged gun
>>36606657>>36606744Me swapping for >A gunDidn't see that I was the only one with Noose.
>>36606762Whoah. That's, like, some deep shit, man.
>>36606657>A gunThe one we shot Villetta with
>>36606697>>36606702>>36606706>>36606779>>36606823Alright votes have been collected, writing post now!
>>36606823that reminds me, she might still have amnesia living with oghi
>>36606923I hope so, because Oghi honestly deserves something nice in his life.
>>36607238What if I told you I was 100% serious?
>>36607282leaving the events of R2, the idea of romancing a amnesiac woman without even trying to figure out her identity or contacting the authorites is wrong, and taking advantage of her voulnerable state by sex is wrong on so many levels
>>36607355well to be fair, if he had contacted authorities they likely would have arrested him because they would assume that he made her amnesiac. Also, he has no money so he can't just take her to a hospital. He could have just left her at the hospital and hoped that they would treat her, but there is no guarantee that they would. Also, his original intent wasn't to romance her, he just saw a wounded person and decided to take them in. Also, given the fact that he is Japanese, it is very unlikely that he would have had a way to search for her identity that wouldn't have put him or her in a lot of danger.
>>36606697>>36606702>>36606706>>36606779>>36606823At the foot of a dead, gnarled tree, discarded in the dirt is a gun. Looking at it now you can tell it’s a standard issue Britannian side arm, 10mm coilgun that just about everyone in the Britannian military probably uses. “A gun? I know I’m all about military training now but if guns are starting to show up in my dreams maybe I should take up knitting or something.” You reach down and pick up the gun to examine it, but the moment your fingers touch the grip you remember something.You killed someone.This fact shouldn't surprise you by now, but this was something you forgot. You killed someone before you ever even considering going into the military...It was late at night, you were wandering around one of the dock areas looking for someone when gunfire broke out. You hid as well as you could and were about to leave altogether when there was a crash nearby.A Knightmare cockpit had slammed into a stack of cargo containers and flipped itself over, it’s pilot all but dangling out of seat unconscious and probably suffering from a massive concussion. You rushed over to help, not able to bare the idea of leaving someone to die, but when you got close enough you saw that the pilot was HIM.It had barely been a day since your father was put into the ground and here, lying before you, was the man responsible for his death and the deaths of countless others. You weren't trained to fight back then, you didn't know how to handle the fear and anxiety that came from being in a dangerous situation. Your whole body shoot and it was all you could do to keep yourself standing.>(1/3)
>>36607461>he has no money so he can't just take her to a hospitalmao was a lunatic shot by the police several times and they patched him up without fuss
>>36607561You have a point. So Ohgi made a bad decision. Doesn't make him evil.
>>36607578oghi did everything wrong, without even being usefull in the rebellion besides being a puppet, even tamaki was at least usefull in that the britts wasted their ammo on him. also oghi did nothing to deserve a happy ending
We should kill Oghi.
>>36607638in time....we will kill all the black knightsalsohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noqdTxUvP3c
>>36607638YES!! THIS SO MUCH THIS!!!
>>36607638Actually that's a bad idea, because he's cancerous to Zero, and we hate Zero. So to us, Oghi is actually useful.
>>36607638Yeah all right. Maybe get what's her face on our side screaming about them taking our memories.
>>36607680DEY TOOK OUR MINDS!
>>36607638If lulu becomes the emperor we might need allies...
>>36607505OP stop being dead and continue with quest
>>36607505Calling the police seemed like the most sensible idea at the time, but that was when you saw the gun.It’d been thrown from the cockpit during the crash, practically landing at your feet just begging to be picked up and used, as if the heavens themselves had cast down the weapon so you could exact judgement on the man who had caused you so much pain.Even though you had never fired a gun you ran over and grabbed it as fast as your shaken body could. You didn't check the clip or do anything sensible with the weapon, you just pointed it at HIM and rested your finger on the trigger.Just as you'd steeled yourself to kill the man, his helmet slipped off and you got a good look at his face. You should have just shot him then and there, regardless of who he really was, but you didn't.You just stood there, looking doe eyed at him like you could barely conceive what was happening.Then a women showed up, seemingly out of nowhere. She told you she was a soldier and that she'd be following you to try and get to Zero. When she broke out the handcuffs and began walking over to the unconscious monster you should have been relieved that he was going to be humiliated an executed, or at the very least upset you couldn't kill him yourself.However you didn't feel any kind of relief or even anger, all you felt was fear for your safety...and for HIS. That was when you killed her.>(2/3)
>>36607723Hands trembling you pulled the trigger and shot the women in the back of the head. When her body slumped to the ground you took a step forward and fired another shot into her, and another, and another, and another.You unloaded the entire gun into the women, standing over her body and firing until you had nothing left. Even after you'd ran out of bullets you kept pointing the gun down at her and pulling the trigger, as if you were stuck on some kind of loop.Then you heard a voice and he opened his eyes. You pointed the gun at him and pulled the trigger, but you had nothing left. Throwing the gun at him you turned and ran, running as hard and as fast as you had ever run before. By the time you got back to the academy it felt like your heart was about to explode in your chest.You grasp the sides of your head and stare down at the gun at the foot of the tree, trying to make sense of it all.You had a chance to kill Zero, you had a chance to get revenge! Why didn't you take it, why did you save him?>It has to be a lie, that didn't happen!>He must have done something to you then, he must have made you save him!>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.>Other (Write in)
>>36607838>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.
>>36607838Do we even know Lelouch is Zero?>Other (Write in)Ask the sky what does this mean
>>36607838>>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.
>>36607838>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.>>36607856Yes this scene for fuck sake Zero falls out of his nightmare then the helmet falls off showing Lulu.
>>36607838>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.Old Shirley was no murderer, and even though Zero was going to be in custody, the fact that it was Lelouch forced hesitation and attacking that woman.>>36607856Yes, Shirley knows everything.
>>36607838>It has to be a lie, that didn't happen!Denial~.
>>36607909that makes things worse!
>>36607838>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.Holy shit, we really did kill Viletta... Meh, she was bitch anyway.
>>36607909We need to kill him. That wont help.>>36607922Not always.. in this case it might lead Shirley to continue to be too weak to murder him
>>36607922Oh please, what could POSSIBLY go wrong?
>>36607838>You were weak, you didn't have what it took to kill him then.>Other (Write in)We weren't prepared to learn that someone we trusted was a monster. We were confused, and did something stupid because of it. Next time we won't be.
>>36607935>>36607939You damn well know!
>>36607954I actually don't get that reference.
>>36607954"A fate worse then death"headlock selfie with a unmasked Zero?
>>36607958Mr Zero will be chained up in her basement
>>36607968I don't want to alarm you dude.. but your forehead.. it's.. seen better days.
>>36607968Is it wrong that I want to see her pull that off?
>>36608072no its natural
>>36608072It's on par with posing with a hunting trophy
>>36608110We going to tie him to the hood of the nightmare after and drive through town?
>>36608123na strap him to the front of it!
>>36607851>>36607877>>36607878>>36607880>>36607910>>36607918Alright, voting is in, writing post now.
>>36607968God damn MGO3 looks fun
>You grasp the sides of your head and stare down at the gun at the foot of the tree, trying to make sense of it all.Ah damn, it's too late to change my vote, but we probably should've picked up the gun.
>>36608143You were weak.When you started out on this journey you sought more than just strength and the means to achieve your revenge, you also wanted the truth.The truth is powerful and enlightening, but it is never gentle.You had a chance to kill Zero and you missed it because you couldn't bring yourself to kill someone you believed you knew. If you had pulled the trigger then and there your mother wouldn't have killed herself, you wouldn't have wound up having your memories tampered with, you would have never had to join the military, and you would have never had to murder countless people just to get another shot at killing the man who you were one trigger pull away from killing.You saved the man who killed your father and ran away like a child.And now here you are, lost in some hellish dreamscape just now realizing how much of a fool you've been. It hurts to recognize your weakness, but now that you know what you failed to do you can ensure that you never miss another opportunity again. Just as you recognize this and glance up at the sky in defiance, the world begins to erode around you. Your vision melts away and you're robbed of your senses once again, left in darkness for but a brief moment when you're wrest back into the waking world.A drug dulled pain greets you as you awake along with the looming, black suited figure standing beside your bed."Finally, you're awake. I'm with OSI Private Kuu and I'm here to question you in regards to your capture of Drill Sargent Delson a little over a week ago. I hope you understand the importance of--"The agent continues to drone on and all you can do is scowl up at the suited man, not feeling remotely in the mood for anything besides sleeping. >Kick the OSI agent in the dick and go back to sleep.>Tell the OSI agent to piss off and go back to sleep.>Other (Write in)
>>36608299>>Tell the OSI agent to piss off and go back to sleep.
>>36608299>Go back to sleep.
>>36608299>>Tell the OSI agent to piss off and go back to sleep.Assuming we can't just talk to him.
>>36608299>Other (Write in)Actually answer his questions
>>36608299>Tell the OSI agent to piss off and go back to sleep.I'll answer your questions once i have been healed up sir. Now please let me sleep.
>>36608384Lets not piss off the OSI
>>36608366>>36608379>>36608398>>36608459>>36608610Votes received, writing post now! Might be a bit of a delay because of dinner. Sorry for the slowness tonight, I'm feeling a bit under the weather and rather irritated at my lack of improvement in regards to my writing.
>>36608798depends on what kind of O.S.I we are dealing with
>>36608879The difference between a master and a novice is that the master has failed more.
>>36609159That's some sound advice. Anyway, dinner is finished. Post's practically done, sorry for the wait.
>>36609233No biggy dude. Just glad you're running
>>36608879With a voice hoarse from screaming earlier you look up at the agent and speak before he wastes anymore of his breath.“I was just shot and I’m hopped up on so many painkillers that it’s a miracle I can speak to you at all. I’ll answer your questions when I’ve recovered, until then piss off and let me sleep.” You close your eyes and promptly ignore the agent, getting a hiss of irritation from him before hearing him walk away.You try to sleep, but can't help listen to the conversation going on not 5 feet away.“I told you she wasn't in any condition to answer questions” Dr. Pailsen says as the agents begins to leave, prompting the agent to stop. “Well you've said a lot of thing over the years doctor and give your reputation OSI isn't willing to take them at face value without some proof.”“I don’t know what you’re talking about.” The doctor snaps.“Don’t play stupid. The public might not know the truth, but OSI knows all about the human experimentation you did in order to accomplish your research. Even a man of your intellectual caliber couldn't have produced so many ground breaking cures and medical discoveries without significant human testing. A few orphans here, a prisoner or two there, and enough unemployed adults to fill several dump trucks and you've got your face in every medical text book on the planet."“If you’re going to make foolish accusations, why not accuse me of being a wizard next?" Pailsen says, once again sounding rather defensive "Besides, even if I did dabble in human experimentation when I was younger, what’s a few numbers to the lives of thousands? I’d say the means justify the death of a few stinking orphans who’d have died from starvation or gang violence anyway.” “5 years ago is hardly 'younger' Doctor. Is that girl you're new guinea pig, or are you still apart of that top secret research project I heard whispers about a few months back...">(1/2)
>>36609515"If you're done wasting my time then you can leave! Unlike you I have actual work that needs to be done around here!"You hear the slamming of the door and angrily footsteps pattering around the room as Pailsen paces around in a huff. A few minutes of listening to footsteps and angry muttering and you fall asleep again. Over the course of the next couple of hours you slip in and out of consciousness.You wake up a couple of times as Pailsen's drawing blood or shooting you up with more pain killers. It's hard to remain lucid feeling the way you do, but the conversation you caught before is bugging you. Did Dr. Pailsen really experiment on innocent people to become famous? Was he really apart of some military project and was he still apart of it? After a couple brief moments of thought you decide too...>Not bother with it, it's probably nothing. Just get some sleep>Ask Pailsen about the project he was apart of and it's relevance to what to you.>Ask Pailsen about the truth behind his human experimentation.>Other (Write in)
>>36609646>>Ask Pailsen about the project he was apart of and it's relevance to what to you.
>>36609646>Ask Pailsen about the project he was apart of and it's relevance to what to you.
>>36608879>>36609646>Not bother with it, it's probably nothing. Just get some sleep
>>36609646>Ask Pailsen about the project he was apart of and it's relevance to what to you.I trust you doctor Pailsen, just tell me the truth
>>36609646>>Ask Pailsen about the project he was apart of and it's relevance to what to you.But say that we are ok with some sacrifices for the greater good.
>>36609748as long as it's not us right?
>>36609646>Ask Pailsen about the project he was apart of and it's relevance to what to you.Super solider time?
>>36609646>>36609748Yep, this. >>36609845Even on us. Or maybe you think that refrain is better than some expiremental drugs?
>>36609874More like Code R time.
>>36609946The guys who wanted to replicate CCs powers. Shirley's dad was a member iirc.
>>36610019Ah so while I want super solider.. it's more likely they just studied her brain while under the effects of geass.
>>36609664>>36609683>>36609696>>36609698>>36609713>>36609748>>36609874You wait for the right time to spring the question on Pailsen and get your chance when he comes over to draw some more blood from you.“Dr. Pailsen…” You mutter, your mouth dry and your eyes heavy.“Oh, did I wake you Kuu? I apologize. I’ll just draw some blood and leave you so you can-”“No, no I wanted to talk to you. What was that OSI agent talking about a little while ago? He mentioned something about a project…”You see Pailsen grimace at the question and the man quickly shrugs his shoulders.“It was nothing, just imbecilic rumors spread around to make me look bad. You’d be amazed how petty people in the intelligence community are. Why I remember hearing about--”“Doctor Pailsen. You are the only person I can trust right now. I’m not asking this because I mistrust you, I’m asking you because I want to know if it’s relevant to me and I know that you’re willing to give an honest answer. I don’t care how you might be involved, you wouldn’t have helped me if you planned on backstabbing me.”At that Pailsen lets out a reluctant sigh and sets down his syringe. “What do you want to know?”“What was the project you were apart of a couple months ago? What was it called and what was it about?”“It was called Code R and for starters I wasn’t apart of the project, I was merely brought on as a consultant.” Dr. Pailsen states firmly. “The premise of the project was the study of an immortal being and the replication of it’s abilities.”“Come again? I could have sworn you said…” You blink a couple of times and look Pailsen in the eyes to make sure you heard right, he just nods his head.>(1/2)
>>36610125>CODE ROH GOD!
>>36610179well we are in the right place!
>>36610179I don't get it.. why is this troubling?
>>36610211The only immortals in Code Geass are Code bearers. People who make contracts to give out Geass.Take a wild guess as to why any government project, as in referring to the government of Britannia, involving those guys would bring us anything but trouble and suffering?
>>36610243Because an immortal Britannian would have a better chance at destroying that bastard zero?
>>36610258this fool is so far gone!
>>36610298Our objective is to destroy Zero. Means justify the ends anon.
>>36610125“It’s as ridiculous as it sounds. I never got to see or run any tests on the so called ‘immortal’ but your father had a hand in the project and swore wholeheartedly in the validity of what they were doing. As much as I respected your father I had a hard time believing the whole deal.” "Wait, my FATHER was apart of the project? Why didn't you tell me about this sooner?" You glare up at Pailsen, tempted to try and smack the man, but the Doctor just shakes his head."Because I didn't want to worry you, besides I highly doubt his death was remotely related to the project. He was killed in a land slide by a terrorist, not over some foolish research on immortals.""Well did you and my father do in the project exactly?""Well I have no idea what your father was doing, but I was often working on hypothetical uses for the immortal cells produced by the supposed subject the project was based around. From what I had been told the immortal was able to regenerate any part of their part regardless of the damage that was dealt to them. You could surgically remove their brain, lungs, heart, liver, spine, and skin and if the individual parts couldn't squirm their way back together they'd be regenerated, leaving you with organs and cells that couldn't be destroyed.""That's...pretty god damn creepy doctor."(2/3)
>>36610211Yeah, me too. As long as Pailsen is not involved with these guys anymore we don't have to worry about becoming another cyber orange.I'm more worried about a possible visit from VV. Since not only did we seriuously damage Rolos kmf despite him using his geass, but also survived, i'm willing to bet that we already got this creepy fucker's attention. Also, i wouldn't be surprised if he kept tabs on the families of his scientists, and since Shirleydad was a part of Code R...
>>36609845Shit we should volunteer.
>>36610378"Yes, but that's what I found so intriguing about the project. Imagine the advances in computer technology you could make by using immortal brain cells as processors for bio-computers, or the possibility of transplanting immortal organs or cells into a mortal host? The possibilities were endless, especially since you could harvest as much as you wanted from the immortal subject without fear of losing them from injury." Dr. Pailsen gets an odd look in his eye and he laughs to himself."Why, if you transplanted enough immortal cells or immortal organs into a suitable host, you could create an unkillable soldier! Er, but like I said I never saw the immortal herself. The project went belly up shortly after your father was killed at Narita and I left shortly before that due to losing interest in the whole thing. All in all I doubt it's relevant to your plans.">Are you satisfied with Pailsen's answers or do you wish to ask more questions?
>>36610486Offer to volunteer for any upgrades.
>>36610504nope! trust me you do not want to deal with VV!
>>36610486>>36610504secondedWe will kill Lulu
>>36610486The project went belly up, shortly after father died? Doesn't that strike you as too coincidental doctor?
>>36610557this is a good point!
>>36610387V.V. is a cutieI hope we will become code bearer
>>36610543I thought we were going to make him suffer by forcing him to live?
>>36610587If we're immortal he can't out live us.
>>36610486>remember how close you came to dying.>ask if it's still possible to procure genetic material of said immortal>volunteer for experiments. you cannot die until you have your revenge>>36610564Did he want to die? I thought he was quite happy with being immortal.
you are going to get us killed. this is a bad idea
>>36610639So its in character then. Our goal isn't survival its to kill zero.
>>36610557The project went belly up because they didn't have CC anymore.
>>36610676OOC knowledge anon
>>36610486Lets go reckless transhumanist, fuck safety protocols those take too long.
>>36610504This seems like a very bad idea. Lets ask him if he knows of anyone else thats was in the project and ask them what they knew about what our father was doing un Narita
>>36610717Eh, ok.Also, no cyber upgrades pls.
>>36610761I am starting to think this is some samefag who just wants us to become proto orange
>>36610761most of the votes are for the upgrades.
>>36610775Clearly if you dislike it it's a same fag.
>>36610486I'd like to add that I vote for cyber AND bio upgrades.
>>36610767I agreeOnly biological upgrades
>>36610775Could just be one guy on the other side samefaging, unless your the goverment or some hacker, there is no real way to tell.
so much Vanu in this quest!
>>36610775I actually don't know much about the setting. I'm down for genetic modification and.. the "cyber stuff" is a maybe no removing limbs or anything that weirds me the fuck out.We're driven to kill this guy.. and if shirely knows as little as I do about the guys in charge of the CODE R stuff.. then I see no reason why she wouldn't ask for upgrades.Hell we joined the special testing division for experimental equipment. It seems to me like anyone saying NO is using meta knowledge.
>>36610818Actually, maybe bio upgrades are not exactly a good idea if it's anything like Nihtmare of Nunnaly. Oh well, we'll see.captcha>was approving
>>36610868lets say this there was only ONE guy who got cyborged up and he went MORE batshit crazy
>>36610886But how do we know about any of that as Shirley?
>>36610868>>36610886To be fair, he also became immune to all forms of Geass as a result.So I mean, really, what could possibly go wrong with taking all the upgrades we can get, be they biological or mechanical?
>>36611001Once again our goal isn't survival.
>>36611001They usually look like shit when combinedWe have to focus or one if we want to look good
>>36610557>>36610563"Really? The project went belly up right after my father died? That seems pretty fishy..." You raise an eyebrow at that and Pailsen just shifts around nervously. "The project was originally funded by Prince Clovis, after he was killed the project was left without proper funding or acknowledgement from the government. Once the project was discovered most of the research staff involved were imprisoned for the illegality of the research they were doing. If your father hadn't died he may very well have been thrown in prison...""I'd rather have an imprisoned father then a dead one..." You growl.>>36610504>>36610543>>36610627"Uh, anyway is there anything else you want to talk about?""Yeah, if you ever find any of those immortal cells you were talking about feel free to shoot me up with them. I'll volunteer for anything you got if it gives me a better shot at killing Zero." Pailsen just laughs to himself and shakes his head. "Of course, I'll let you know if I come across any immortals just strolling around. In the mean time let's talk about your recovery. The chest wound you suffered was surprisingly cleaned, it missed all of your vital organs and did relatively light damage compared to what I'm used to seeing. I'll take about a month to recover from these injuries, but I doubt you want to be waiting around here for all that time. I could give you a temporary medical discharge so you can heal up at home if you want."A month to heal? A month away from piloting means the possibility of missing Zero! However piloting injured won't be easy or remotely possible unless Pailsen comes up with some very believable BS to feed to your boss.Then again, maybe just going home for a week or two would do you some good. Heck maybe you could go to school a little in the mean time.What do you wish too do Shirley?>Continued
>>36611039>IfYeah that isn't our priority.
>>36611056>Ask to be given a medical leave and allowed to heal up at home.>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injures>Other (Write in)
>>36611078>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injuresFuck letting a month wear our skills out.
>>36611078>>Ask to be given a medical leave and allowed to heal up at home.
>>36611078>Ask to be given a medical leave and allowed to heal up at home.Piloting hurt would get us killed before Zero does.
>>36611078>Ask to be given a medical leave and allowed to heal up at home.
>>36611078>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injures
>>36611078>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injuresBecause I don't want to miss any cool stuff. though since the sutherland Club was basically fucked up, we might only have the Lancelot Club to pilot now.
>>36611078>Ask to be given a medical leave and allowed to heal up at homerather not die like the guy in macros!
>>36611178I'd rather not play school quest but that's apparently what's wanted.
>The possibilities were endless, especially since you could harvest as much as you wanted from the immortal subject without fear of losing them from injury." Dr. Pailsen gets an odd look in his eye and he laughs to himselfPretty sure you could find some of these cells if you wanted. Or maybe my medicine already uses them?Anyway.>>36611078>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go back into piloting after a few days in the infirmary
>>36611078>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injuresI have no intentions to sit through six threads of school fillerAnd we all know people will vote for going to school
>>36611264>>36611228>>36611168>>36611165>>36611116>>36611086You attempt to convince Dr. Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injuries. >Roll me d100's, only the first three will be accepted.
>>36611264so you are samefagging
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>36611306
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>36611306
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>36611306OH MIGHTY DICE GODS, BLESS ME!
>>36611264But anon, it wouldn't be a Code Geass quest without school.
>>36611314Damn man. Let's rest for a couple of days at least.
>>36611358nope we need to die!
>>36611314>87"A month? I can't afford to wait a month to heal, Zero's going to come back any day and I need to be ready the moment he is! Just give me some pain killers and let me get back to piloting" You say with gritted teeth as you try to sit up in bed and fail miserably."If I did that you'd be back in here in a body bag after your first sortie. You're going to rest and heal for at least a week, after that I might consider writing your injuries off as a miraculous recovery. Even then you'll still be a wreck.""But-""No ifs, ans, or butts. A week and that's the best you're getting out of me, so where do you want to rest up, here or at home?">On the Avalon>At home, you'll have more privacy and freedom to plan>Other (Write in)
>>36611616>At home, you'll have more privacy and freedom to plan
>>36611616>At home, you'll have more privacy and freedom to planbowl of cereal and TV!
>>36611616>>At home, you'll have more privacy and freedom to plan
On the Avalon.
>>36611616>On the Avalon
>>36611616>On the AvalonWe cant just stop training!Also we need to read rest of manuals
>>36611616>Try to convince Pailsen to let you go straight back into piloting despite your injures
>>36611616>At home, you'll have more privacy and freedom to plan also so that the Code can find us easier.
>>36611616>At home, you'll have more privacy and freedom to plandoctors orders and hell we need to see what's in the mail >>36611754that works too!
>>36611740>>36611734>>36611669>>36611639>>36611635>>36611624>>36611754"Home, If I'm going to waste time resting it might as well be some place comfortable." You say with a sigh."Good, I'll make the arrangements and have you out by tomorrow!"(And this is where I'll need to stop the thread. I'm tired and my writing as suffered because of it. I'll be running another Code Geass Quest thread tomorrow, same time so I'll be able to make up for my debacles here.)
See now as the post count rises you can decry same fagging.
>>36611798sounds good to me. Night Crosswire.
>>36611800then other people start to samefag and it becomes a mess
>>36611798Thanks for running! Great thread, as always.
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/36605698/Thanks for playing everyone, night!
>>36611839is that a tank turret on KMF legs?
>>36611860Eh, tbh Liverpool kinda reminds me of that methane wanzer from Front Mission 3.