Previous Threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=homeless+mutant+questPastebins:http://pastebin.com/UuVeJFighttp://pastebin.com/98mpGLrhhttp://pastebin.com/PmF43Sr1http://pastebin.com/JYrcDPPk>(1/2)You are John James Green, mutant vagrant.You trudge through the last vestiges of the snow with your girlfriend. Or possibly your girlfriend. Your something, at least. The cold brings the blood to your cheeks, your breath rising through the dark in long, bright streamers of escaping warmth. Against the jagged night of the Scar, it looks like the old, faded ghost of a fire – the fire that tore this place down, maybe, or the fire that’s taken up residence since. You watch it slowly thin away into nothing, discorporating in incredible, silent spirals, spreading out toward the sky and becoming part of it. You understand each shimmer so well now; everything is so sharp and clear, as though the world is new. You decipher fleeting, shadowy forms in the unwinding tangle of the steam, and for a moment you imagine to yourself that you’re seeing the future, or the past, or pictures from somewhere far away. That would be a cool power. “What are you doing?” Laura’s voice snaps you out of your reverie, and you blush slightly, just now noticing that she’s been watching you. “Ah, well… nothing, really.” You grin weakly. “Just watching our breath disappear, I guess.” “I see.” She says. She’s silent after that, but you think you catch her eyes following the thin trail of her breath, as if trying to understand what you’re doing, or why. You yourself can’t help but wonder, as you pick your way through the debris, why she picked that moment to kiss you earlier. You’re not sure you want to know the reason, though.
>(2/2)As you approach the school, you notice a pale blue light emanating from one of the burnt-out classrooms on the east side. The two of you pick your way toward it, entering from the wholly demolished side, where the wall is just a smear of powdered plaster. As you trudge your way in, you see Hisako standing on one end of the classroom, near the remains of the teacher’s desk, accompanied by a girl in one of those big Muslim cover-everythings and that blonde guy from before, Doug or whatever. The light appears to be radiating off her in waves, some kind of thin, barely-cognizant shape forming and unforming around her, shedding parts of itself through the air. She nods grimly as you approach. You nod back – you’re not sure what else to do really. On the other side of the room, near the door, are two familiar(ish) faces. You already know the ridiculously pink pixie-looking one (she waves enthusiastically when she sees the two of you. Cute), and the shock-blonde teen dressed for a rave was briefly introduced to you as Kiden… so the guy with them must be Jono. He’s a skinny, warmly-dressed teen, probably your age or a little older, with severe features and a mop of disheveled, dark brown hair. He’s also wearing what looks like five or six scarves, obscuring the lower half of his face. “Alright, mate.” His voice seems to come from everywhere. You feel Laura squeeze your hand tighter for a moment, the sound seeming less like the click and patter of tongue against tooth than a set of extremely rapid, extremely organized detonations.“We’re still waiting on the Hellions.” Says Hisako, cutting in.>Present Time: 18:25 PM>Hunger Level: 4>Current Funds: $1,108>Anything you want to bring up before the Hellions arrive?
>>37445129>Anything you want to bring up before the Hellions arrive?Say hello to Jono and introduce ourselves? Or just greet the others that we haven't met.
>>37445129go around the room, introduce your selfshades off and hoodie down
>>37445179Seconded, especially the last part.
>>37445179This....did Laura change her underwear before we left? The bike shorts she was wearing were presumably soaked, and that can’t be comfortable to walk around in.
so.... points of discussion for the big meet?evacuation in cause of police/SWAT/MRD/Army raid?organizing some kind of Exclusion Zone government?Oni?Jack dealers and or production?
>>37445372Pretty much all of those, yeah.
>>37445372Jack is people should be main topic.
>>374453721) Moveing people out of the exclusion zone in groups that can defend themselves. Mainly for self protection.2) Jack = Mutants3) Linking in with 1, the rumors of the thing (joseph/typhon) taking people. We can ring to confirm there was indeed a corpse we ran into before the main meeting.
>That would be a cool power. I really really enjoyed that part.So gaby&co are bringing up the party snacks or whatAND BY PARTY SNACKS I MEAN THE DELICIOUS MUTANT CORPSE WE FOUND TWO THREADS AGO
>>37445497Maybe that's one of the Tier 3 powers: JJ's super senses are so good he can tell what has happened in an area's past.
The exclusion zone is in Queens. The shittier bit of Queens at that. The land isn't worth the expense of evicting a huge number of mutants from it, not unless we start being an active threat to the valuable parts of the city.The Scar isn't going to be cleared in the near future, and the more we dig in the less likely it becomes.
>>37445529Or he can determine and sense enough factors to be damn near prescient
>>37445372These. Infrastructure stuff too; gardens for food, bathhouse, ovens for cooking. The things we need in order to survive without fucking with the flatscan neighbors.
>>37445753Dammit JJ cloak.
Slipping off your shades (your senses are so good now, you can almost forget you’re wearing them), you tug your hood back and let yourself be at ease. None of these guys are hiding, so you see no reason to. It’s night, in the middle of the deadlands, with nothing but mutants and possibly the occasional hobo in sight. Nobody’s calling the MCA on you.“Hey.” You nod to Jono and the chick in the big black cover-y outfit. “I’m JJ.” “Guessed as much.” Answers Jono, those scarves around his face not moving even slightly. Is he a telepath or something?“Oh, right.” Says Hisako, as if she’s just now remembering basic manners. She glances over ay her the Muslim girl. “This is Sooraya.” The girl turns to you and seems to almost bow slightly.“I am pleased to meet you.” She says, her tone extremely formal, as though working around a second language. A whole bunch of expectant eyes turn towards Laura, who meets them in silence for a moment before finally speaking up: “Laura.” Short, to the point (just like her, heh). You don’t wait long before you begin to hear hints of rumbling, silicon laughter approaching, and Julian materializes out of the gloom of the Scar, followed soon after by Santo’s hulking frame. Brian trails a little behind, his eyes darting to and fro, as if trying to take in as much as possible. “Julian.” Says Hisako, coldly. “Hisako.” Is his response. He regards you and Jono in silence, before sighing exaggeratedly. “Alright, you’ve got me here. I assume we can begin now.” Fffffffffff– >What is first on the agenda>[ ] The gang war and Jack’s part in it. >[ ] Jack within the Scar.>[ ] Possible exodus. >[ ] ‘Oni’. >[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…>[ ] Write in.
>>37445782>[ ] The gang war and Jack’s part in it.
>>37445782>The gang war and Jack’s part in it
>>37445782>[ ] The gang war and Jack’s part in it. >[ ] Jack within the Scar.just Jack in generalwe can only offer our word on Jack is people, which has varying levels weight sadly
>>37445782>>[X] The gang war and Jack’s part in it.
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>37445782>>[ ] The gang war and Jack’s part in it.
>>37445372Census of some sort, so we know if someone new moved in, know who needs evacuating if shit goes down, and know who has the really useful powers like healing others or group teleportation.
>>37445782[X]All things Jack related.
>>37445880Not unless we go full druid.
>>37445911he needs to start lifting
>>37445913No, more like when he goes into his metamorphic state like after he exploded.
>>37445996>are you JJ?>no>*NECKSNAP*>are you JJ?
>>37445996Ah yes, the lovely Cambodian Mountains.
>>37445996Welp I'm sad now.
>>37445911Looks like someone skipped leg day... and arm day.Godzilla has always been JJ's destiny.
>>37446132Only after cj saw the recent movie Typhon made us marathon the series with him while inside the cocoon thingHe'll always be the Electric Lizard Elf in my heart.
>>37446218>Typhon made us marathon the series with him while inside the cocoon thingNo he didn't.
>>37445996I think it's funny that Joyce has probably killed more people than Laura.Laura was generally only sent to kill one high profile person at a time. Mostly rich people and politicians. Meanwhile Joyce finds random anti-mutant groups and just kills everyone she see's.
>>37446372enthusiasm makes all the difference baby
>>37445782>yo guys i found some real weird shit earlier today
>(1/2)>[X] The gang war and Jack’s part in it. “Alright then…” Are you glaring at Julian? You think you’re glaring at Julian. You should probably stop that. “…First things first, I guess. We’ve got a gang war kicking off and it’s going to get extremely ugly for us.” Jono nods. “Yeah, alright, that seems important. Still…” He glances over at Hisako. “Not sure all that stuff you told your friend is stuff I’m believing, just yet. Jack being made of us an’ all.” “I believe him.” Says Julian, his voice carrying an imperious tone, as though he just knows it’s worth at least 2.5 normal person opinions. “He may not be much to look at, but he’s solid enough.” Huh. You think Julian just… vouched for you, or something. Huh.
>(2/2)You clear your throat and dive in. “Look, either way, all these guys are looking to get in on the Jack game. Until now, the recipe’s been pretty exclusive. What d’you think will happen when it gets out? When every crook in NY figures out how to cook it up?” You don’t take your eyes off Jono’s for a second. “We’ll be flooded in the crap. We’ve already got someone peddling it here, and that’s bad enough. Do we want the Maggia pushing it? Do we want the goddamn Owl sending his thugs down here?” The others are quiet for a moment. Hisako is the first to break the silence. “Point.” She says, as if awarding you a scoring hit in some kind of game. “In that case, what do we do?” Julian grins broadly. “Well, for starters, how about we haul Silvermane out into the street and blow his wrinkly-ass head off?” Everyone stares. He just shrugs. “Seriously, why not? No joke, one of my gals could probably level the Chrysler Building if she tried. Why not just rip these fuckheads apart?” “They’re organized, Julian.” Jono’s voice bubbles up from under his mess of scarves. “And it’s not right.” Says Hisako. “Innocent people could get hurt.” Julian’s reply is immediate – you’d almost imagine he practiced it.“We’re innocent people. We’re the ones on the raggedy edge. They’re the ones who pushed us out here.” >[ ] Actually, why not just blow them up?>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is securing allies. Maybe one gang could bear to drop Jack if it means winning.>[ ] Maybe you should be most concerned with concealing any mutant involvement. How can you get these gangs to cripple one another without revealing yourselves?>[ ] Write in.
>>37446582>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is securing allies. Maybe one gang could bear to drop Jack if it means winning.>[ ] Maybe you should be most concerned with concealing any mutant involvement. How can you get these gangs to cripple one another without revealing yourselves?
>>37446582>>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.>[ ] Maybe you should be most concerned with concealing any mutant involvement. How can you get these gangs to cripple one another without revealing yourselves?
>>37446582>>[ ] Maybe you should be most concerned with concealing any mutant involvement. How can you get these gangs to cripple one another without revealing yourselves?
>>37446372The first time JJ had sex with Victoria it was literally minutes after she killed two guy's... Do you think JJ has a thing for killers?
>>37446582>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.kill the goose and no more eggs
>>37446582>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe
>>37446632mutant vulnerable teenage runaway murderers is his fetish"Hey baby, what's your body count?"
>>37446582>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.Silvermane is not even one of those producing the stuff, before we talk about blowing heads off. Get rid of the production and the know how, and the problem will evaporate of its own accord.
>>37446632Adrenaline rushes and dangerous, emotionally vulnerable girls.
>>37446582>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.
>>37446661>"Hey baby, what's your body count?""You put 'em in six feet, I'll put it in ya even deeper."
>>37446582>[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.>[ ] Maybe you should be most concerned with concealing any mutant involvement. How can you get these gangs to cripple one another without revealing yourselves?I'd vote >[ ] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is securing allies. Maybe one gang could bear to drop Jack if it means winning.But, a gangs are fighting over money. If they can't get money from Jack your going to need to give them an alternative.
>>37446582>maybe figure out who has the Recipe.
>>37446582>>[X] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.Maybe hint that overt mutant activity like head exploding would be a great excuse for the Gov't to justify bringing fucking Sentinals and god knows what else down on our heads?
>>37446582"First, that just means that a lieutenant takes over. Second, it makes us look dangerous enough to be worth the expense of clearing us out of an otherwise worthless part of New York. Third, the Kingpin would get personally involved if we escalate things like that. Some problems can't just be punched away."Then "also, if we get involved it confirms the rumors. Better if we find and destroy the recipe first."
>>37446582>We blow them the fuck up and then we get the fucking Sentinels on our ass. We need to be smart about this. We need to hurt them where it counts.>let's go after their families>let's go after their holdings. We can get people to testify, we can find out all their kinky deals and shit. We can sell their info to the goddamed russians and watch the fireworks go off.>and we need to make sure no mutant consumes jack, kill their market. Ideally we set up shop in such a way no one needs Jack. That means, a council or some shit.
>>37446760Seconded at the sentinel thing.
>>37446760Pretty much this.Quite obvious that Julian is a fighter, but not a thinker.
>>37446779The Russians are run by Balalaika now. We really don't want to encourage them to kill off the other gangs.
>>37446760>>37446765I like where your heads are at keep up the good work.
>[X] Maybe the first thing you should be doing is finding out who actually has the Jack recipe.That’s pretty true. You can’t deny that. A small, shameful part of you doesn’t care how many flatscans you put in the firing line. They put you here. They put you in the shit with their ignorance and their hate and their fucking flamethrowers. They don’t deserve your consideration, and, sometimes, you think they never will – that this will go on forever, and they’ll never learn. They’ll just keep piling you into camps and driving out of civilization until either there’s no trace of the X-gene anywhere on one really mad, really bad mutant just turns everything to ash. On the other hand, though, they’re still people. And while they don’t deserve much, they don’t deserve to die either. Not all of them. “Okay, well… firstly, how about we figure out who we should be after?” Yeah, it’s a novel concept, but you think this whole ‘aiming before you shoot thing’ could catch on. “We don’t know who actually has the recipe. We should figure it out.” >Persuade Check>DC15>+2 relationship bonus
>>37446877How many quest is Hotel Moscow in now, anyway?
Rolled 20 + 2 (1d20 + 2)>>37446898Rolling
Rolled 10 + 2 (1d20 + 2)>>37446898Welp here we go!
Rolled 14 + 2 (1d20 + 2)>>37446898
>>37446910You da best anon
Rolled 2 + 2 (1d20 + 2)>>37446898Roll
>>37446898SATAN GUIDE OUR LIPS
>>37446910Pfft Silver Tongue there anon
>>37446910PALADIN LIZARD STRIKES AGAIN
>>37446910Oh shit. Get ready for JJ's sermon on the mound. Errr...in a ditch
Rolled 3 (1d20)>>37446937>options : lips+1d20aww fuck me.>>37446910dayum
>>37446910>20>kaboom“Point.” There it is again. Does Hisako think this is a tennis match? Is she keeping score somewhere? “Alright, okay.” Julian nods slowly, seeming to turn the idea over in his head. He doesn’t look immensely pleased with the idea of not blowing up everything plus the moon, but he seems to see reason. “Waste not, I guess.” You glance over at Jono, who has withheld his opinion so far. Eventually he just nods, apparently seeing little point in adding anything more.“We have an initial agenda, then.” States Hisako, leaning heavily upon the teacher’s desk with both arms. You think you know why she chose to stand there. “How do we want to go about this?” Jono speaks up. “Stands to reason that we each get started on one or two of the gangs.” He pauses abruptly, as if to take a long, deep breath, and something under his scarf-formation glows the colour of fresh fire. The quick glances from his companions give you the impression that, whatever that was, that wasn’t intentional. “Fer instance, I can look into the Italians.” >[ ] Look into the Russians.>[ ] Look into the Owl’s boys. >[ ] Look into the Triads. >[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.>[ ] Write in.
>>37447412>[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia."I might be able to get some info."
Do we have any ins to these gangs? Like do we know people from them?
>>37447412>[ ] Write in."Maybe we can work together on the Maggia?"
>>37447412>[x] Look into the Owl’s boys.
>>37447412>[ ] Look into the Owl’s boys.
>>37447412>>[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.
>>37447412>[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.Maggia is Silvermane's boys afterall, which takes us to back to Tabbycat
>>37447412>[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.we have some kind of in with the Tabbycatits a starting point at the very least
>>37447412>[ ] Look into the Owl’s boys. does it really matter which one? we only worked with creeper before
>>37447529And we can agree to find his Granddaughter for him in exchange for information/assistance on the Jack issue.
>>37447412>[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.I want King Authors sword and Mr Negative has it.
>>37447453Maggia: You've Tombstone, briefly, but doubt he remembers you. Silvermane too, at the Tabbycat.Owl: You've met the Owl himself. Again, though, it was a while ago.
>>37447556>[ ] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.To Silvermane!
>>37447556What was JJ's interaction with the Owl like?Did they get along, or was the Owl at the very least not that much of a dick to JJ?
>>37447412you know we could probably trade Silvermane the information about Jack in exchange for finding/rescuing his daughter.
>>37447412>>[ ] Look into the Owl’s boys.I'd rather steer clear of the Silvermane investigation. We're on vaguely amicable terms through the Tabbycat, and getting caught digging is liable to end that.
>>37447453Maggia is Silverman, who owns the Tabbycat>>37447608the Owl was the boss of the guys that tried to abduct JJ and Victoria back in the flashback
>>37447680>the Owl was the boss of the guys that tried to abduct JJ and Victoria back in the flashbackI know.But Crusty said that JJ met the Owl before.
>>37447608Last I remember I think he sicced some guys on us and Victoria killed them and then took JJ's virginity.Victoria what a gal.>>37447680We had to deliver a message from creeper I think
>>37447608You just delivered him a message. He was creepy and weird and you tried to leave as fast as possible.
>>37447412[X] Nah, you'll look into the Maggia Also [X] So what's under the scarf? We won't judge, we've probably all seen weirder Jono is Chamber, right?
>>37447554>I want King Authors sword and Mr Negative has it.I meant Triads not Maggia.>>37447556We've been in Mr Negative's house. He runs the triads right? I wouldn't call it "an in" but it's better than nothing.
>>37447710See >>37447709>>37447752Ah okay.
Should we mention that we spied on a super secret meeting and everyone said that they weren't the ones with the recipe. Then the sinister six attacked.The crime bosses could have been lying but the other mutants should know that a third party might be in play.
>>37447915We should keep that under our hat until we meet this mr kamar guy first.
>>37447915This would be a good idea, but Crusty's probably already writing the next post. Better luck next time.
>>37447915thats a good point, someone made them attack the meeting to thin out any jack competition
>>37447915thats...might a good idea, but we would need to keep quiet on who's behalf we were doing. But i think that might stretch credibility a little?
>>37447809>the inferior little man who stole one of his doomsday artifacts and gave it to the wicked drug peddler''better'' is not the word I'd use.
>>37448008I don't think we need a reason. Everyone here know that JJ's up to his ass in gang shit.Plus it's in the news papers that some unknown invisible lizard elf fought the sinister six.
>[X] Nah, you’ll look into the Maggia.“If it’s all the same to you, I’ll look into Silvermane’s boys.” The play of your fingers across that grand old piano returns to you. You think about the way the old man regarded you from his seat, and you think about Ms. Hardy, and you think about Silvermane's niece, trussed up somewhere as leverage. You can use all of that. “I think I might have an in there.” Hisako affords you an odd stare in response to that, but it doesn’t last. Her face shifts back toward stoic neutrality soon enough.“Fine enough.” Mutters Jono, his weird, incendiary voice strobing up and down through wildly disparate pitches. “The Russians, then. Hisako?” “I can investigate the”– “Triads for us.” Says Julian, cutting in with the general demeanor of someone calling dibs. He grins broadly. “Mr. Negative tussles with Spider-Man, right? No offense, but I doubt any of you guys could put a dent in that, if it came down to it.” Goddamn, that sheer bloody-minded confidence. To his side, Santo rumbles his agreement, holding up one huge, granite hand for a high-five, which Julian promptly provides. “Alright.” Says Hisako, syllables hissing between clenched teeth. If stares could kill, you’d be burying Julian yesterday. “The Young X-Men will look into the Owl’s and his gang.” >What’s next?>[ ] Jack within the Scar.>[ ] Possible exodus. >[ ] ‘Oni’. >[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…
And why did they try to inject a mutant with some sort of drug? You could just abduct anyone off the streets and monitor his progress within a controlled area.unless they wanted the mutant they injected to go kaboom at the gale
>>37448150>ONI>Jack within the scar
>>37448150>>[ ] Jack within the Scar.Gotta keep our home court clean.
>>37448150>Jack within the Scar.
>>37448150>[ ] Jack within the Scar.>[ ] ‘Oni’.threats on our doorsteps
>[x] Jack within the Scar.no more mutant consumers no more problem
>>37448150>[ ] Jack within the Scar>[ ] ‘Oni’. Might be related to Jack
>>37448150This >>37447915>mention that we spied on a super secret meeting and everyone said that they weren't the ones with the recipe. Then the sinister six attacked.The look on Julian's face when he realizes that JJ when toe to toe with the sinister six is worth it.
you know what pisses me of about last weeks thread description in the archive is they could have made a great joke that was presented to us on a silver patter "JJ help helps Laura get in touch with her self" and they missed it.
>>37448150>[ ] Jack within the Scar.is a direct continuation of the conversation and then we segue into>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…and then maybe oni if we have time
>>37448150>[ ] Jack within the Scar.>[ ] ‘Oni’.Oni first, because god damn demons gettin' uppity again.
Should we mention that the name of the Jack's inventor is Joseph Typhon?
>>37448150>>[ ] Jack within the Scar.>>[ ] ‘Oni’.
>>37448150>[ ] Jack within the Scar.
>>37447915>>37448240That too. Or maybe we can drop it off at the end of the meeting though it's kind of a dick move seeing as how the last exchange was all about finding out who makes Jack.
>>37448314>the last exchange was all about finding out who makes Jack.All of the crime bosses claiming not to know who's making it is totally relevant to finding out who it is.Julian: You want us to believe you went tow to toe with the sinister six?JJ: Actually there where only five of them.
>>37448269I don't see why not.
>>37448461>JJ: Actually there where only five of them.I finally get that reference after reading Superior Foes.
>>37448269If we tell them too much too fast they wont believe us. Hell the tunnel snakes sometimes have trouble believing the shit they are involved in. And they trust JJ way more than any of these muggas.
>>37448461>>37448510Who is the 6th guy? It could be anyone! Even Dormammu
>>37448569It's always Dormammu with you.
>>37448569I think it was chameleon who was posing as Johnny Storm at the party. But, JJ doesn't know that. (He doesn't know what chameleon or Johnny Storm smell like)
Hey, Crusty. What is Squirrel Girl up to in your verse?
>>37448687>What is Squirrel Girl up to in your verse?Not looking like a fat faced Down's Syndrome kid.
>>37448666Maaaaybe, but maybe it was Dormammu.
>>37448687>What is Squirrel Girl up to in your verse?Same as in every universe; being super cute and awesome.
Hey Crusty, what is Venom up to in your quest?
>>37448703Nah, that's Chat
>>37448687Getting fucked hard in the ass but the real question is who? It could be anyone! Even Dormammu
>>37448703Nah you're thinking of Chat.
>>37448736Read the last thread or two. There's a mention of him.>>37448727>>37448741That is genuinely the stupidest thing I have ever heard a real person say.
>[X] Jack within the Scar.“Next up, then…” Pausing, Hisako clears her throat, and for a moment you get the impression that she’s waiting for someone to cut in. You almost do so, but you just about miss your opportunity, and shut your mouth, slinking back a bit. You hope nobody noticed that. “…Jack in the Exclusion Zone. Whoever’s actually running the supply aside, we already have a problem here. We’ve been trying to catch dealers in the act, and we’re doing our best to convince people not to be fooled, but…” She sighs heavily, her shoulders drooping somewhat in a rare show of weakness. “…There’s only seven of us, and there’s a lot of mutants out there now. We can’t watch everyone all the time.” Thank god for that. You don’t want some kind of nightmare Hisakopticon situation up in here, or up anywhere. She seems nice but you have… issues… with being particularly visible.“I see where you’re going with this.” Jono’s voice crackles and pops, sputters of bright, frayed red playing along his scarves. “My people are busy. We don’t have time to play cops an’ robbers, love.” “Busy with stealing.” She answers, her tone angled like a spear meant for his gut. “Busy with surviving.” He counters. “Busy with keeping other people afloat, too.” Chortling under his breath, Julian steps back a little, raising his hands. “Well, I’m not really a resident, so feel free to sort this out without me…”>[ ] Surely the Corsairs can spare SOME time for this.>[ ] Volunteer one or two of your friends. Hope against hope that they’re cool with that.>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly. >[ ] Write in.
>>37448741What's up with you a Dormammu? Is this a sex thing?
>>37448779>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly."Weren't you just itching to bust some heads a moment ago?">[ ] Volunteer one or two of your friends. Hope against hope that they’re cool with that.Noriko would totally be up for it, we had to talk her down once from dealer hunting.
>>37448779>[ ] Write in"Speaking of which, you might want to consider changing your modus operandi to something a bit less visible."
>>37448779>What's the matter Jullian. Don't want to rough up Drug dealers?
>>37448779>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly.>[ ] Surely the Corsairs can spare SOME time for this.>[ ] Volunteer one or two of your friends. Hope against hope that they’re cool with that.
A line in case people look at us weird.Just stare at the ground for a few moments, hollow look in the eyes, looking at the earth but not seeing it, instead seeing that...thing from the orphanage. And then, the cabin, the pulse. The creature speaking in scientific terms, the machines full of jack, that Technopath texting you from his deathbed as his body was turned to Jack. Then looking back up to the group. "I've seen things that make me pray to a God I don't truly believe in, and done things I would have never thought even possible as a child. If someone tells me some invisible demon is stalking around, hunting us, I'm not going to write it off as a ghost story. I've been in too many for that."
>>37448779>[ ] Volunteer one or two of your friends. Hope against hope that they’re cool with that.>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly.Both sound like good ideas, as long as our fellow Tunnel Snakes are cool with it.
>>37448779>[ ] Surely the Corsairs can spare SOME time for this.Offer to teach them how to be less shit at stealing if they help
>>37448779>[ ] Write in."I seem to recall some of your people being more than happy to start a lynchmob before during the vampire incident."
>>37448779It's not a problem we can solve overnight. We'll need to improve the quality of life and build a sense of community before mutants stop taking Jack.What we can do right now, however, is beat the everliving crap out of the peedlers around here.
>>37448779>[ ] Volunteer one or two of your friends. Hope against hope that they’re cool with that.>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly.Enhanced interrogation? The stepford cuckoos would be good at this.
>>37448779>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly. "Who ever they are, its the most direct route of information into the suppliers we have open to us. Even if no one group takes full responsibility, we can always get some members to group up to do the rounds"might have the nice side effect of cooling tensions between groups as well.>>37448852Supporting this. If we can give precious experience on it, or press them to make it look more mundane, then all for the better.
>>37448779>>[ ] Surely the Corsairs can spare SOME time for this.>>[ ] Convince Julian to get involved. He’d get to throw his weight around at drug dealers possibly."I can talk to my people, but no promises.">>37448865And that's supposed to STOP people looking at us weird?
>>37448897edgy enough to cut any bitch that tries to read his mind?
>>37448897I got done hauling at least 150lb of goat feces, frozen goat urine, and hay wet turned into a single gigantic clump by both of them. Cut me a BIT of slack there, m80
>>37448956'Fucktard' is the word you're looking for, I think.
>>37448865Maybe re frame from such write ins. Dramatic and poignant moments come from the moment, forward planning makes them Corney as shit.
>>37448865*Unsheathes Katana*Psht, nothin' personal kid.
>>37448820>>37448857>>37448858>>37448869>>37448906>>37448907>>37448937>Persuasion Time>Roll me a D20>+2 relationship bonus>+1 for that last nat 20
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>37449086>“Next up, then…” Pausing, Hisako clears her throat, and for a moment you get the impression that she’s
Rolled 2 + 3 (1d20 + 3)>>37449086Rolling
Rolled 2 + 3 (1d20 + 3)>>37449086
Rolled 15 + 3 (1d20 + 3)>>37449086
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>37449086
Rolled 20 + 3 (1d20 + 3)>>37449086
Jules confirmed for being a dickno way a 10 does anything
Anyone else see those rolls coming a mile away?
>>37449134Its homeless mutant quest, its not complete without a fail or two.
>>37449128._..__..________________.I should've figured.
>>37449128Oh look.A 20 on the 6th roll.How...unsurprising.
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>37449086
>>37449128And of course, I roll like this when it's too late to count. I'm not even surprised anymore.
>>37449280I rolled the first 2. I apologize.
>>37449313apologize all you want, we will never forgive you.
>>37449331I did roll the 20 earlier, though.
>10>no buenoWell, you guess you better step in or something. “You sure about that, Julian?” He raises a solitary eyebrow in your direction. “You seemed pretty eager to bust lips a second ago. We could really use your help with that.” ‘Your’ help. Not ‘some’ help, or ‘a bit of’ help, or ‘help’ in general. You need this guy, Julian’s, help. Way you see it, you have two things to appeal to here – you must appeal to ego (check), and you must appeal to the desire to punch everything a million times in the face (also check). It’s disappointing, then, and a little confusing, when the response you get is so middling.“Eh…” Julian shrugs, generally just looking tired of the idea. You caught a little spark of interest when you mention roughing dudes up, but… maybe he’s actually put two and two together and come up with ‘this silly lizard thinks he can manipulate me’. “…Maybe. When we’re free, one or two of us could do something.”Guh. You don’t expect that to come to much. Maybe one of the actually nice ones will volunteer, but that’s about as much as you’re seeing from Julian’s side of the court. “Okay then, how about I ask some of my friends?” It dawns on you here that you’re the only one referring to your companions as ‘friends’. Everyone else is talking about their ‘people’ or their ‘Hellions’ or even their ‘Young X-Men’. That’s kind of weird. “I’m pretty sure one of two of ‘em would be happy to help.”You thoughts turn to Noriko and Lucas. Yeap. Maybe you could ask some of the other guys, too, like Sam and that lot. They seem okay. “That would a lot of help.” Says Hisako, smiling appreciatively.>next up?>[ ] Possible exodus. >[ ] ‘Oni’. >[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…
>>37449644>[ ] ‘Oni’.>[ ] Found some weird shit today.
>>37449644>>[ ] Possible exodus.For when the Mutie control comes knocking
>>37449644>>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…That stuff was real fucking spooky
>>37449644>[ ] Possible exodus.because eventually the police will remember they hate muggas
>>37449644>[ ] Possible exodus.
>>37449644>[ ] Possible exodus. >[ ] ‘Oni’. Lets go with Oni first.Even if the exodus stuff does not come to pass, having escape plans for everyone would be a whole lot better than flooding the city with hundreds of scared mutants.
>>37449644>[x] Possible exodus. '' so, how long do you guys think we have before the sentinels show up''
>>37449644>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…Are we ever going to mention that the sinister six might have something to do with Jack production? I mean they said they were looking for a mutant, any mutant would work.Or are write-in no bueno?
>>37449644>[ ] ‘Oni’.
>>37449644>>[ ] Possible exodus. >>[ ] ‘Oni’.
>>37449761>Or are write-in no bueno?It would have been good to bring up earlier when we were still talking about Jack production and gangs, but that part of the conversation is over, so bringing it up now wouldn't really flow with the conversation.
>>37449644>[ ] Possible exodus.>[ ] ‘Oni’.We need backup plans in case we're attacked.For example, the public reaction to the newspapers all having the headline "Mutant Gang War Destroys City Block: Could Yours Be Next?"
>>37449834It could work as a grim bookend to the conversation in a 'oh, one more thing' kind of way though
>>37449644>>[ ] ‘Oni’. >>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…
>>37449673>>37449687How many fucking times do I have to say this?The bit of New York we're in is crappy even in the real world, and separated from important parts (Manhattan and Brooklyn) by several miles of blue-collar city. As long as we aren’t fucking up the rest of the city, it will literally be more expensive to remove us than the land is worth, especially since it's all but guaranteed that they wouldn't get a clean sweep and thus would have pissed-off mutants with nothing to lose randomly scattered into the rest of the city.I mean yeah, contingency plans are always a good idea, but this isn’t something we have to worry about unless we try to make the eviction happen.
>>37449990because eventually one of the corsairs is gonna fuck up and bring heat down on the scar. and the idea of a fortified Mutant separatist community scares white people
>[X] Possible exodus. “Right then…” She begins, picking herself up somewhat. “What else do we have?” You can’t help but raise your hand as you open your mouth to speak. You’re in a classroom, dammit, it’s how this place works.“What about getting the hell out of here at some point?” You feel Jono’s eyes boring into you before you look up to see them. Laura’s, too. Suddenly you feel like you’ve said something wrong, or stepped in something unsavory, and you can’t stop yourself from shrinking inward just a little. You clear your throat nervously. “I mean… people are want to move back in here eventually. Summer time means construction time. It might not start immediately, but it’s gonna be hell when it does.” “Point.” Argh Hisako stop that’s really weird. She straightens up somewhat, as if stepping back for a broader look at things, before flattening her palms against the desk once more, her eyes rooting you to the spot. “What would you suggest, exactly? If you hadn’t noticed, the rent in New York is too damn high.” That elicits a small chuckle from Julian. You get it, but you’re a little too nervous to laugh.>Well, where can you guys go?
>>37449990You're acting as if people have logical responses to mutants.
>>37450089>people are wantpeople are GONNA wantGoddammit I need tea, one moment.
>>37450089I don't think 'we' can go anywhere. The individual groups would have to split up. It's a miracle that this large a gathering of mutants hasn't already brought down the heat.
>>37450089>Well, where can you guys go?Latverian Embassy, is a possibility.We could steal a ship from the harbor and sail to some more mutant friendly place.
>>37450089Well, we could take over Creeper's turf, go underground or jump state.
>>37450089"What about Jersey? I know it's highly uninhabitable, but..." as a joke.In all seriousness, we have some mutants with serious landscaping abilities. Julian could make a fucking island given enough time.
>>37450089we could uh...some of us could uh...we scatter we die. United we are stronk.I mostly wanted Jono and Hisako to comfort JJ and state we are just too many to remove in a cost-effective manner.
>>37450089Indian reservation? Haudenosaunee would be our best bet, they have an okay-sized bit of land and aren't a broken remnant. Legally there are some oddities about how reservations function with respect to the greater United States that could be helpful to us.
>>37450089Canada?More specifically the middle of fucking no where. Superpowers would help us build a little settlement.
>>37450089There is a few options.Abandoned warehouse district and industrial zones could probably work for the short term, really we need to pull strings with phantom agency to see if other established places can take in mutants.Ask other folks to have a look round for alternatives as well. Moving into the countryside or out of the city will help a little. But one thing is for certain, we can't remain grouped up in such a large number.
>>37450089someplace up state I don't know, we still have time to plan before we come to that bridge, I just wanted to get the ball rolling on this.
>>37450089Nigga dig a hole in the ground, we mole people now
>>37450239Yeah, its certainly not going to be soon, but we need to get the process underway now before anything truly bad shows up.
>>37450089Well, I've got nothing. Might as well turn the Scar into some sort of mutie Chinatown.
>>37450089We can say that we should look in to it and afterwards ask Petey to sleuth a place for us.
Large numbers are the reason they haven't evicted us yet. We don't want to split up.
>>37449990>Reasons for extractionSee >>37449839>>37450089"Do you know anyone who can move large amounts of earth?""Like, Ellis Island amounts of large?"
>>37450089"We have alotta nice landscaping powers if we look around. We can just take someplace uninhabitable like Jersey and make it a comfy place to live.
>>37450089were about to take down one of new york's strongest gangs there be an opening that we can use to find a new home.
>>37450281No, the reason they havent evicted us yet is because no one with an interest in the place has tried to start construction work.It'll only come to a head when that happens, or when the gang war ends, which ever comes first. This gives us a good 3-4 months to move people piece meal, weakest first, to safer pastures.
>>37450139MAD is still a thing, yo. There aren't enough people out there willing to destroy everything they care about just to kill some muties to be able to clear the Scar.
>>37450089If Magneto's mutant island of Genosha doesn't exist yet we could create one. Suggest stealing a cargo ship and sailing off. With all the powers in the scar we could create a self sustaining colony on a deserted island somewhere.>>37450185>Latverian EmbassyMandatory military service. All the mutants that go there will become soldiers.
>>37450422I just said it's an option.And at least they'd get fed, trained and given a place to sleep.
>>37450422Didn't he already crash that in this verse?
If the other groups are cool with it, then I'd be for turning the scar into Mutant Town
>>37450274>300 mutants hidden away in Aunt May's attic while Peter feeds them scraps>>37450360That was a legitimate worry for JJ and the gang back before this place became infested with small nukes ready to go off at the slightest provocation. The Scar before mutants was going to be demolished come february to rebuild, but the mutant exclusion zone? no good way to deal with it without New York becoming a war zone/
>>37450422The bad part about an island is that you can nuke it and nobody will care. If you go under NYC, they can't attack it because the city above will take major damage.
>>37450422create a self sustaining colony on a deserted island somewhere.With the right extrapolatives JJ's blood could turn any barren chunk of land into farm-able land. He doesn't know this but it's worth a shot.
I wish we could use our invis powers to transport people to sigil.
>>37450360...which may have something to do with the large number of mutants they’d need to spend an exorbitant sum of money evicting before they can start spending another exorbitant sum of money to clear all the debris and repair the infrastructure.
>>37450482>MCA come by.>"We heard you're keeping mutants in your attic.">"Oh, no, you must be mistaken.">"Why have you been carrying buckets of bacon up to your attic, then?">"Uhm...science project..."
>>37450482Depending on how events play out, they could end up evacuating part of the city and just bulldozing people out. This is a country that puts mutants in camps and restricts boarder movement. So what if it turns into a war zone? Just means they were right all along! damn muties. etc.
What about that little dimensional hole in that orphanage? You reckon we could nab whatever is causing that, kick out the demons and stick muties in?
“I dunno…” You were kinda hoping someone else would have a few ideas. “Short term? There are a few mostly dead warehouse districts on the riverside. Long term…” You think. You think about where you’d want to be. About what you want to be. You want to be safe, and snug, and very far away from anyone that wants to shove you into a labour camp. You think about the snow falling like halo around Laura’s head, making the whole world glow. “…Somewhere far away from anywhere?” You say, and add, a little weakly, “Somewhere in Canada, maybe?” “We’re a long way from Canada.” Spits Jono, his voice crackling with unseen energies. “How do we get to ‘somewhere far away from anywhere’?” You shrug. “Boat? Scrounge enough money up and you can buy your way out of the city.” Or, hell, maybe if you have some really tough telepaths around, you could get a cruise liner to ferry you off course somewhere. Risky, but damn tempting. “Already thought about it.” Says Jono, a hint of bitterness evident in his tone. “Passage for mutants is seriously expensive, mate.” “Well…” Hisako steps in, smiling tenuously. You think she can sense something you can’t, which is a first. “…We’ll just keep it in mind, shall we?” “Fine.” Grunts Jono. “Sure, yeah, whatever.” Is Julian’s response. You get the impression that that actually means “I ain’t running from some dumb flatscans”, though.“Anything else?” >[ ] ‘Oni’. >[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…>[ ] Write in.
>>37450490If JJ keeps adapting he'll eventually reach Thor's level. (Or just under) If that happens he'll be able to eat nuke's for breakfast.But all we really need is telescopic vision + optic blasts. JJ's danger sense tells him when their about to shoot the nuke then he stands on a hill somewhere and makes it go away before it gets within 10 miles of the island.
>>37450621>[ ] ‘Oni’.>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…
>>37450360Hold on, the Hammerheads run construction, right? We need them on our side and then nobody will build anything in here.
>>37450583Except that worked in the past because it was small numbers of people at a time and kept out of sight from most people.This would be a huge military operation in the biggest city in the country.Nobody's ready to take that step.
>>37450621>[ ] ‘Oni’.I wanna save the weird thing for lastpls don't eat it Gaby
>>37450640>If JJ keeps adapting he'll eventually reach Thor's level.Source for this stupidity?
>>37450666IIRC, the ask.fm, needs a lot of Photosynthesis though
>>37450621>>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…
>>37450552>story breaks.>Mutants hiding in attic get taken into custody by the Mardies>Captain America pleads to people on national TV: Oh come on! Jack booted soldiers taking children huddled in attics into custody for the crime of existing. Do I need to paint you a picture? I may not get face space, or my book; but Hatemonger does. And he's Hitler's brain in a cloned super soldier body. His public profile LIKES shared articles about this. You know what. I'm done. YOU move!>Cap goes and becomes Nomad, punches a robot with Nixon's brain in the face.
>>37450621>[x] ‘Oni’. I think I was attacked by him. Relate the events of this morning.>[x] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…They segue well into each other, even if it was Typhon
>>37450621>[ ] Write in.Tell them you have the power to make entire boats and planes invisible.
>>37450621[X]Oni Bring up the Typhon connection. Emphasize that he's serious bad news, of the "call everybody and hope that's enough to kill him" sort.
>>37450640JJ will die before he's gonna be that powerful.
>>37450621Oni>>37450640Level 3 powers would probably bring the avengers team down on our heads if not careful, but given enough power and shows of beneficial force, might act as a suitable shield for a community.
>>37450666We do keep evolving. We have a smattering of powers now, but if we keep moving forward we'll reach Omega status.
>>37450727Seconded.Or of the "RUN THE FUCK AWAY" variety.
>>37450621Tell them that you can probably turn a bus invisible if needed.
>>37450751>We do keep evolving.We haven't been getting X-Points lately.
>>37450721Invis 5 power description.Hijacking a boat is not infact all that difficult if it comes to it, since JJ can invis the thing. Get high enough photo and we could probably keep the invis up for hours.
>>37450688>needs a lot of Photosynthesis thoughNo. Nothing to do with Photosynthesis. He said that once we unlock tier 3 powers leveled up to 5 would be able to do damage to Thor. (Comicbook Thor not movie Thor. We're talking superman level durability)
>>37450778>Invis 5 power description.JJ doesn't know that.
>>37450752Unless you have a movement power, running from him once he's after you just means you die tired.
>>37450798He does know his invis can bring in people and objects easily.
>>37450798I was under the impression he tried to make items invis before, has he not?Im sure it will crop up.
>>37450798And I seem to recall that he can't do it while it moves like invisiwoman.
>>37450854But not a bus.
>>37450621>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…Don't tell them about 'Oni' they wont take it seriously.>[ ] Write in.Sinister six shit.
>>37450621>>[ ] ‘Oni’. See if it has any merit. Kinda like the vampire thing.>>[ ] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…
>>37450865No, thats for area of effect invis, doing it to a specific object is fine.
>reading pastebins while waiting for next CrustypostSo many powers, so few X-points. Thinking Enhanced Kinesics has to be next, though. Then Electrostatic Touch 2 for the stuff it opens, particularly the Electrovision and Neuroelectrovision.Also we should go for Null Shadow, which is pretty good and cheap to get.
>>37450878>Sinister six shit.I feel like that ship has sailed.
I hope we get to beat up a super villain soon
>>37451246We've only beat up Toad so far. The most entry level villain
>(1/2)>[X] ‘Oni’. >[X] Yo guys I found some real weird earlier shit today…“Yeah…” Man, you feel kinda silly, bringing this up. Especially seeing as the last topic you raised for consideration was basically one big kaput. “Have any of you guys heard of something called ‘oni’?” Jono makes a weird, muffled sound – you think it’s a snort – that pretty much tells you what thinks of that. “Ooni?” Julian raises an eyebrow. “What?” Right. He doesn’t live here. “It’s a myth.” States Jono, before you get the chance to explain. “Bedtime story type shit. Kids tell it to scare each other bonkers. It’s nothing.” Hisako just fixes you with a long, meticulous stare. “Do you have any reason to believe it’s not ‘nothing’, JJ?” She says, eventually. You sigh. No, not really, you don’t. You just believe in being careful. “Just putting it out there, alright. No smoke without fire.” You shoot Jono a pointed look. “I seem to recall a whole bunch of guys getting a lynch mob together back when there was talk of a vampire spreading around.” He rolls his eyes. “Yeah, yeah… I don’t keep my people on a leash, you know?” Maybe you should, you prick. The thought rises up like a fire inside of you, almost becoming real. You stop yourself just in time, but… it’s close.
>>37451354we did blast Norman with a eye lasers
>>37451115Eh.I will be pushing for photo, it helps with allot of our problems if used intelligently, instead of just one or two.
Any chance of "Magical Ability" as a Utility Power?
>>37451354I think we could take out Doc Ock if we had a rematch. Or any of the sinister six as long as it's one on one. Two on one with really good rolls. Which isn't going to happen.
>>37451246>>37451354We did beat that demon by literally scaring ourselves into unconsciousness and Kimura with an eyepoke-and-run.
>>37451398JJ the lizard wizard elf
>>37451398>>37451429Only ice/weather magic.So we can be JJ, the Blizzard Wizard Lizard.
>(2/2)“One last thing…” You begin, your thoughts turning back to the events of that morning. “A short while ago, I found something out near the edge of the Zone, maybe the remains of a Jack overdose, maybe not. I’m bringing in a… friend… from the outside to take a look.” “Mutant?” Interrupts Julian. “…What?” “Is your friend a mutant?” “Oh…” You shift a little uncomfortably. You don’t really want to out Peter, but you don’t to argue here, either. And you feel like this could turn into an argument. “Yeah, he’s a mutant. Anyway, I’ll get back to you guys on it, cool?” Hisako shares a brief glance with Jono, who nods. “Sure. And, with that…” She pulls her hands off the desk, clamping them down on her hips and breathing out a long, heavy sigh of relief. “We’re adjourned, I guess. Feels weird, saying that.” Yeah, it should. You’re in a burnt-out classroom in the middle of a torn up dumping ground. You’re all homeless untouchables. It should feel very weird. Saying your goodbyes, you go your separate ways. On your way back to the station, Laura stops in her tracks, the night seeming to grind to a halt around her. You amble to a stop, turning back to watch her, a little worried. Did she smell something? You sniff at the breeze, scraping at it for signs of life, or heat, or motion. Nothing – nothing but the general background mucus of the Scar, all the old vapours and slowly climbing ashes and faint, wispy remnants of life. She breathes out a long, thin banner of gently-drifting steam, watching it curl upward into the black. “I understand now.” She says, her eyes gleaming in the half-light. “It’s beautiful.” ------------------------------------------------------->HMQ 101: END>Congratulations! You met Jonothon Evan Starsmore!>Congratulations! Hisako trusts you a bit more!>Congratulations! You planned things!
>>37451456thanks for runningAnimal affinity and bank remaining point
>>37451456>tfw no druid powers
>>37451456Thanks for running crusty.See ya next thread. Or in Orc warlord quest.
>>37451456>“I understand now.” She says, her eyes gleaming in the half-light. “It’s beautiful.”
>>37451502>Orc warlord questHuh?
I just figured out how to kill Kimura.We get Animal Affinity, then take the Skitter approach to dealing with invulnerable foes who still need to breath: pack her respiratory system full of insects and watch her suffocate.
>>37451527>drowning kimura in bugs
>>37451523you do know she was talking about dat ass
>>37451527Just get winged flight, pick her up, and drop her into the ocean.
>>37451487What point? We didn't get a point, we just talked.
>>37451527Do note that the power lets us ASK for them to do things, it does not mind control them.Plus, i doubt bugs are included, but that would be a CJ question for his ask page.
>>37451554Bitch might be able to swim back.
>>37451456Why didn't we tell them that the sinister six is getting in on the Jack trade or that literally none of the crime bosses knew who was making the Jack?Seriously, we just told everyone to investigate crime bosses. But, didn't tell them that there might be a third party. Don't you think that's relevant information?Is crusty intentionally avoiding write-in that would tell the other mutant gangs about Typhon? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills.
>>37451487We only have one point.
>>37451456What is? I don't get it. What I miss... I'm as autistic as old Laura pls help.
>>37451557my badI thought we had two
>>37451568No one voted for that option.That's why it didn't get picked.Plus after that explosion, JJ might not remember what Typhon said about Jack.
>>37451456Animal Affinity so we can work on controlling predator X.
>>37451573Read the Opening Post a little more carefully.
>>37451565Then we just need to use colonial insects. Convince them Kimura is a mortal threat to their colonies and that they need to pack her airways full of expendable workers and soldiers to get rid of her.>dcmen No Captcha, this is a Marvel quest.
>>37451523>mfw Maka couldn't protect that smileFuck everything. I'm gonna get tea.
>>37451573She finds the beauty in the small things in life now.
>>37451566Let me clarify, then.>And drop her into the middle of the Atlantic ocean, as close to the Arctic Circle as we can.Then we zap her with lasers whenever we echolocate her above the water.
>>37451456Thank you for running, Crusty. Hope you get the problems with the star wars thing sorted out.If we have x-points (I don't think we do), I'll say bank.
>>37451646One day she'll save Crona.
>>37451660no bodyno deathwhich isn't even that permanent to begin withor maybe the facility will just clone Kimi
>>37451628Right we're good. Thanks.
>>37451456Thanks for running Crusty, you the best.
>>37451660If you're going that far, just fly a bit farther and drop her into that erupting volcano in Iceland.
>>37451646Crusty, if you have time tonight, would you mind answering the ask.fm questions?
>>37451744no, he has to cure his girlfriend's nymphomania with his dick.
>>37451663>>37451691Thanks guys, always a pleasure.I think I have a solid grip on anonkun now. Not, like a judo hold, but close. Rho's been fun to write, too, though I may have, in making him anti-JJ, unintentionally made him The Worst Jedi.
>>37451783>though I may have, in making him anti-JJ, unintentionally made him The Worst Jedi.So, therefore, JJ would make Best Jedi?
>>37451783but he's not deadi
>>37451804JJ has too much bitch in him and deep down inside his vagina he knows it.>>37451783no power vote ?some homies want AA...enjoy your tea
>>37451783To quote a certain movie, based on his current level of training, and ultimately a force-user's UNDERSTANDING of what Jedi means, "You are not a Jedi yet."Did you ever read Hard Contact?
>>37451744Holy shit there's a lot.Uhhhh... maybe a few of them.
>>37451887>Holy shit there's a lot.That's what happens when you don't answer them. They build up.And thank you for answering a few at least.
>>37451887Get some rest mane it's like 40 o' bong in your mist island
>>37451911One day, batgirl will be that moe.
>>37451887>Holy shit there's a lot.You think that's a lot check this out. >http://ask.fm/Maou_Zenigame4,677 questions answered vs your 558. Get on it.
>>37451938steph was moe...
>>37451943That poor turtle...
JJ's got the nasty in his taxiLaura need a lift?She can ride between the backseat and JJ's dick
>>37452123If the law catch him in the actand he were ta die todayPush one his swing in a glass of purple rain
>>37452123That'the lamest limerick I've ever seen
>>37452172>he doesn't recognize the lyrics
hey crusty, if your still around could you consider removing horns as a power and just bundle it with claws & fangs? its literally useless and no one is gonna buy it
>>37452307Use his ask.fm to ask that question.
>>37452316it seems a waste of a question when he has a backlog and i can just ask him here>>37452320no u
>>37452320Inspector's a stupid name for a dog.
>>37452340He'll answer it there. He won't answer it here.
>>37451946On closer inspection, she wants to do to that Green Lantern what JJ did to Laura.