>Mechanics: http://pastebin.com/JkfytG2X >Character Sheet: http://pastebin.com/CGK4nsrY >Equipment: http://pastebin.com/QYsxy8aH >Companions: http://pastebin.com/7Dpm66hh >Previous threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Mercenary%20Quest%202030 >Twitter: https://twitter.com/HaremProtaGuide Hello all, sorry for the awkward run time but I only have when I have. Hope you all enjoyed last thread and enjoy this one as well. Nothing other than that, so let’s get started. >Fate Point:1 >Money: $240 >Equipment: Tier 1 Assault Rifle. Tier 1 Armor (+2 wounds). Tier 1 Pistol. Standard Ammo (4). Tier 1 Knife. Tier 1 Bandolier (2). (Carry Capacity, 1 Ammo, 1 Misc) Tier 0 Rucksack. (Carry Capacity 2.) Clothes (3). Blanket (4). Quality Lighter. Tier 1 Med-kit. Tier 2 Med-kit. Tier 1 Toolkit. Your name…is William. As your mind wakes from a deep black sleep you find yourself wrapped up in blankets, slightly sore from the equipment you never took off and mildly hungry from the smell of food that drifts under your door. As the morning fog lifts from your mind you start to remember last night and you…>Shoot up and run to the armory. Mission today, missions mean being useful. Useful is good, useful is safe.>Quiver under your blankets. No, no, they’re going to shoot you, they haven’t let you be useful enough, they’re going to put you on the line. >…what? Nothing’s wrong. Nothing happened last night at all…in fact the last thing you remember is eating at Doc’s. You should probably go eat breakfast now, Mary might worry. >Other.
>>38488760>Shoot up and run to the armory. Mission today, missions mean being useful. Useful is good, useful is safe.Oooh I like these choices. Welcome back Guide.
Shoot up and run to the armory.Don't mind the time, as an european I find it refreshing to catch this live.
>>38488760>Shoot up and run to the armory. Mission today, missions mean being useful. Useful is good, useful is safe.
>>38488760>Shoot up and run to the armory. Mission today, missions mean being useful. Useful is good, useful is safe
>>38488760Had to reschedule a few things but I'm here for the run. Time isn't bad just.. have to sorta know before hand.>…what? Nothing’s wrong. Nothing happened last night at all…in fact the last thing you remember is eating at Doc’s. You should probably go eat breakfast now, Mary might worry.
>>38488760>Quiver under your blankets. No, no, they’re going to shoot you, they haven’t let you be useful enough, they’re going to put you on the line.
>>38488760>…what? Nothing’s wrong. Nothing happened last night at all…in fact the last thing you remember is eating at Doc’s. You should probably go eat breakfast now, Mary might worry. Very happy with run time.
>>38488760>Shoot up and run to the armory. Mission today, missions mean being useful. Useful is good, useful is safe.We can't stay in our room, we need to be working when they find us. We saw what happened to people who were to afraid to work.
>>38488760I'm not sure which answer is more disturbing.Rushing to be useful people might just think Will's being energetic to slowly catch on that he's terrified and working extra hard. Jittery and the like.Nothing happened might be more disturbing in the long run if people realize he's got gaps in his memory.Quivering pisses people off gets Will into shit at first and then possibly Morrigan. Internal strife etc.
>>38488895The best part is all are in character because as previous threads have shown Will suffers from all of the mentioned. This is just how he is handleing this particular day.
Alright, looks like we're running to the armory today. Aren't psychological problems fun?Writing.
>>38488962>>38488895I'll.. just sit back and let the feels embrace me...
>>38489026It is a good pain.
>>38488760>…what? Nothing’s wrong. Nothing happened last night at all…in fact the last thing you remember is eating at Doc’s. You should probably go eat breakfast now, Mary might worry.
>>38488760 Your feet are under you before you even realize you’re up. Luckily you don’t have to go back, your boots are still on your feet and your clothes aren’t that dirty, you only wore them yesterday. You’re down the hallway before you can see if anyone is even in their rooms still, dashing past the lounge area without checking if anyone is even there. The steps sound more like a rampaging elephant is on them than however much you weigh and you don’t even notice if the door to the kitchen is open or not. The armory door is though, it’s open and safety lies there, safety in helping and being useful. Before you know it you’re inside, armors already laid out on the table. The armors are ok to touch, they aren’t in the lockers. You can probably touch your gun, they let you touch it since it’s yours. Is it yours? Maybe not but they let you use it so you can probably check it out. You’ve checked all of the armors, even Bellona’s extra set just in case it’s needed for something, anything. Things should still be useful even if they aren’t going to be used right now right? As you have your own gear lain out before you and are checking it you think you hear the armory door open, but you don’t turn around. You’re being useful now; they don’t do anything to you when you’re being useful besides maybe a cuff to the head. “Will,” says a voice. You still work, there’s nothing wrong, nothing’s wrong… “Will,” says the voice more sharply, closer. Nope, you’re ok, you’re ok… “Will!” says the voice loudly and from behind you. >Turn around. >Freeze. >Keep working, useful is good, useful is safe. >Other.
>>38489223>Keep working, useful is good, useful is safe.There are no breaks on the feels train.
>Freeze. And prepare for a beating.None will come, but I guess he is that broken.
>>38489223>Keep working, useful is good, useful is safe.
>>38489223>>>Turn around. >>Keep working, useful is good, useful is safe.WHY NOT BOTH
Looks like we're freezing in place. Writing. Also, I may have to quit for a few hours around five, I apologize for that but I'll come back and finish the thread later/start a new one to finish if I do. Social/family obligations and stuff.
>>38489390Doesn't real life just suck?
>>38489223 You freeze as the voice finally sounds from right behind you, your hands still in the process of putting your gun back together. If you can just finish this you can ask them what you’re going to do next right? Missions always have plenty of stuff for you to do, it’s not like they’re going to…to shoot you or anything right? “Will,’ says the voice, which you finally recognize as Morrigan’s causing you to freeze even stiffer if that was possible, “put the rifle down Will.” Your hands hover in midair for a few more seconds, parts of your disassembled rifle still clutched in them before you slowly set them down with dull metallic clunks. “Good,” says Morrigan’s carefully leveled voice, “Now I want you to turn around and look at me Will.” You lock up there as well. Turning around you can do, but looking you aren’t supposed to do, you’re not. So you manage to turn around, slowly and find yourself so close to Morrigan that you can still nearly see her despite looking down. So you back up…but you run against the table and can’t go any farther as the boots follow you. “Will,” says Morrigan’s voice, “Look at me Will.” You don’t…you can’t…but Morrigan is the boss and she’s telling you to do it, so you do. You slowly look up to her, up her legs and her torso to her face. Her face is…concerned. “Will,” she says again, watching you very carefully, “What’s wrong? Is this about last night?” >No, no of course not, she didn’t do anything to you at all last night of course not…>Nod your head. >Ask her if there’s something you can do to help, you don’t want to get shot, getting shot hurts. >Other.
>>38489566>Ask her if there’s something you can do to help, you don’t want to get shot, getting shot hurts.
>>38489566>>No, no of course not, she didn’t do anything to you at all last night of course not…
>>38489566>Shake your head. Don't say anything.Don't say anything, don't make her any more mad, otherwise she might hit you.
>>38489566Just nod, words are not that usefull
>>38489566>No, no of course not, she didn’t do anything to you at all last night of course not…
>>38489566>Ask her if there’s something you can do to help, you don’t want to get shot, getting shot hurts
>>38489566>Ask her if there’s something you can do to helpJust preping for the mission boss. No need to worry. You need help with something? I can be helpful. Honest, all the help in the world right here.
>Ask her if there’s something you can do to help, you don’t want to get shot, getting shot hurts.
>>38489566>Ask her if there’s something you can do to help, you don’t want to get shot, getting shot hurts.Hmm we should have Will become an alcoholic...
Alright, asking if we can be helpful it is then. Writing.
>>38489566Ugh, the feels. All of this shattered trust. Only days after the storytime and Will outright telling Morrg how much he trusts her. For him to be acting like this. My heart, Guide.
>>38489797Remember that all of our life has been hell.
>>38489797Trust is always easier to lose than to gain
>>38489797PTSD is a hell of a drug.The thing is that he does trust her, relatively speaking. Never before has he met anyone who he has trusted so much as her.
>>38489797Yeah think of how Will feels right now....Yikes.....
>>38489797The thing is. He still trusts her. He just doesn't want to get shot.
>>38489888I sure hope you are right. And your trips help to make me calm
Damn you Guide! The feels in this quest are too fucking legit!
>>38489928Yeah I've read the archives a few times. Morrigan has said she'd never hit Billy unless he did something on purpose.However I don't believe she's ever said she wouldn't shoot him.
>>38489928They really shouldn't.....8 is Khorne's number.....
>>38489888>>38490050Not saying he doesn't trust her bu the's mind is going back to his basic survival instincts.'If your useful, you don't get shot.'
>>38489026>>38489989>>38489855>>38489797>>38489249I don't understand at all what you people are on about, and all of your posts just look obnoxious to me.
>>38490096I think the same.
>>38490096>>38490128>>38490165Well I don't care! I'll continue to post about the emotional distress Will is experiencing.Fuck yeah empathy!
>>38489797The life of a child soldier is hard
How old is WIll again, I imagine him either in early to mid teens.
>>38490220>>38490222It's like being in /r9k/, and I was enjoying this thread.
>>38490096>>38490165>>38490165Don't be dicks, just because you don't feel the same doesn't mean you should look down on those that feel different.It's obnoxious.
>>38490256They snagged him when he was 12 he's 17 now.>>38490260We've been doing this every thread.
>>38490302>Don't stop m-muh feel shitpostingYeah, will had a shit life, still, it's no excuse of making this your hugbox thread.
>>38490302>Look downI'm not doing anything aside from stating my opinion on this affair, like you are.
>>38490260Jesus, stop shitting up the thread with your defensive border culture shit
>>38490256somewhere between 15-17 I think, we don't know how many years he spent as a child soldier.
>>38489566You ignore Morrigan’s question in favor of one of your own, one that you always like to have answered. “Can I help?” you ask her, desperately trying not to think about last night or anything related to it. Nope, just trying to be helpful, helpful is good Morrigan liked it when you were helpful she wasn’t…she didn’t… Morrigan looks at you and her eyes tighten up, enough to cause you to flinch back. Then you hear her sigh and reach down to her side. Is this it? Is she going to shoot you now for not being helpful? You hope not, all the stuff is behind you and it’ll get dirty again. But Morrigan doesn’t pull out her pistol only a cigarette. “Sure Billy,” she says, switching to your other name again, “You can help, give me a light.” She puts the cigarette to her lips and you pull out your lighter with suddenly less shaky hands, carefully lighting her cigarette before putting your lighter back in your pocket. You briefly wonder why Morrigan hasn’t taken it from you yet with all the trouble she has with hers. Morrigan takes a puff on her cigarette, carefully blowing the smoke away from you before she speaks again. “Now Billy,” she says, her voice calm, “Why are you like this? Is this about last night?” You can’t…you…you nod your head. “Getting shot hurts,” you say, remembering the only time you got shot, the one that merely grazed your arm. You were lucky, you managed to bandage it up and it healed so there’s only a scar. All the others who got shot, all the screaming, let you know those hurt a lot worse.
>>38490371Morrigan looks at you, her eyes sad again. “Billy,” she says, “remember my story, about the little girl and the bad men?” You nod your head, you don’t think you could forget that. “Well, I said I wasn’t going to hit you then right?” You nod your head again. “And you said you trusted me, right?” You nod your head, slowly. “Well that’s also why I’m not going to shoot you, ever. If someone tries to shoot you you shoot them back, got it?” You freeze at that. Morrigan’s not going to shoot you? But…But… Morrigan takes another puff on her cigarette as you freeze up again and then does something really strange. “Billy,” she says, still puffing away, “Since you remember why I told you my story in the first place, how about you tell me a story.” You look up at her, confused. What story would you have to tell her? “I want you to tell me why you think you’re going to get shot,” she says, “if you trust me so much you can tell me just one little story like that, right?” You…do you trust Morrigan that much? Can you…can you tell? Are you allowed to tell? The sight of the man with the pistol drifts into your mind once more, that evil look on his face as he points his pistol at you. >No…no, you can’t you can’t do that. >Shake your head no. You trust Morrigan, but the man will get you, he always comes back. >Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?>Other.
Rolled 85, 98, 24 = 207 (3d100)>>38490398>>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?Goddamn it Billy, talk.
>>38490398>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?
>>38490398>>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?
>>38490398>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?Just so long as she knows that they can't find out.
>>38490398>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?This shit requires both parties in order to work.
>>38490398>Shake your head no. You trust Morrigan, but the man will get you, he always comes back.
>>38490398>>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?Will can tell truthful stories in a roundabout way to right? ...right?!
>>38490398>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?The mans dead Will
>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?The Lady is the boss, the bad man is dead. But I guess he'd be more likely to share if Morrigan asked him to "help" her by telling his story. Helping is useful.
>>38490398>>Morrigan…Morrigan can know right? Just one person knowing won’t hurt? She said she won’t hit you…won’t shoot you? You can trust her, the man won’t find out, right?>No no no no stop what are you doing you can’t you can’t do that the man will get you he will get you he will get MORRIGAN NO NO PLEASEI want him to tell the story partway through before suddenly engaging PTSD mode
>>38490510>>38490561Suure he's dead. He's not just waiting in your dreams.
>>38490398>>38490468huh I'll swap to back this. >>38490563
>>38490563I vote againstjust tell her already
>>38490579tfw he'll always be in your dreams but you'll never be in his
No Will, you were the one with the gun.
>>38490579True. But I guess Will can tell dream and reality apart. Here's hope.
>>38490398>>38490563I like this Guide.Also word of God states Will is between 16 and 17 and as of recent his heigh is roughly the same as that of Morrg.
>>38490563Against this.Fucking drama queens.
Alright, calling for Will telling the story. Writing. >>38490680This is true, though Will has started to grow some as he's eating better. He's right around Morrigan's height, is biologically 17 and mentally...well somewhere.
>>38490563Nah to dramatic
>>38490743Yeah someone already nailed his mental state.>He's mentally somewhere between 12 and "War... war never changes."
>>38490667that would be a good twist, it was Will with the gun doing the executions but developed some sort abstract personification of those memories he wanted to repress.
>>38490891This ain't Spec Ops, anon.
>>38490891Well I think what he actually meant is that at the end of it all. The Priest was on his knees begging Will for help and will executed him.If Will was the executioner he's repressed that shit.
>>38490891Kind of retarded considering that we were kept out of the battles.
>>38490859I don't think his mental state has an age......at least I never saw a 12 year old act like that. Will is just a young dude with a loooooot of problems
>>38490933We weren't kept out of battles, we were kept away from the heaviest fighting.
>>38490933Everyone fought, he was just kept out of the heavy fighting.
>>38490957>>38490990Doesn't meant they would put us, someone that hasn't shed as much blood, executing prisioners, when we weren't high in command, we were mere dogs, think a bit before making suggestions.
>>38490929>>38490891That be really fucked up, I mean its not like I cant see where you are coming from. A brainwashed, repressed Will as the camp repairman/executioner because having one of their own do it would keep the child soliders in line. Also would explain why he executed the coward priest so blatantly instead of just not defending him.On the other hand Will is really fucked up as is and that seems a bit 3edgy5me
>>38491004Making one of the children execute others does actually make a bit of sense. It confirms the absolute power that the handler had over the children.
>>38491078Well >>38490929 here.I'm not saying Will was the executioner. At least I don't think he was...I was just saying that. Will did kill the Priest in the first thread. The joke from the other guy initially was I think.. That Will became the man with the gun in the end. He executed the priest.
>>38490398You crumple down to the floor and then sit there, quivering under Morrigan’s gaze as she asks you to trust her, to trust her with one of your stories…a story you didn’t even know was a story. Is it? Is it a story you can tell? The man with the pistol is hovering there, right in your face. He’s always there…always… “Billy,” says Morrigan, drawing your attention causing you to look up once more, only to find her crouched down at your level, “You can trust me, I promise.” Those words…when was…when was the last time someone promised you something? You look up and see the man’s pistol pointed at you, that sadistic grin he always had as he made you run forward. You watch as his finger moves towards the trigger, savoring the moment…and then you watch as his head explodes, Morrigan suddenly coming into view with that fiery look she has on her face when you get in a fight. You blink, suddenly seeing the real Morrigan crouched in front of you, waiting for you to tell her your story. So you tell her. You tell her about the man with the pistol and how he made you and all of the others charge forwards while he always stayed back. How he was the one who always woke you with a kick and a hit…how he wasn’t happy when they took you with the adults and got taught, got made valuable because you could help. He never did like that…he was the one who kicked you so much that your ribs hurt for so long. He was always there, always watching if you made a mistake, did something wrong. Sometimes even if you didn’t do something wrong and he was just mad. He never got to shoot you…but you could tell he wanted to even after, even after…
>>38491363 “After what Billy?” asks Morrigan her eyes still on you. You tell her about the time…the time the man died. After a mission they always cleaned the field, always checked if there were any kids worth taking back. The man always accompanied these sweeps, always shot the ones who weren’t going to back. You remember watching from a distance as he approached one of the ids, a younger one who was struggling on the ground. He yelled at him to get up, but he wouldn’t. So he just shot him. It turned out the kid had been struggling to hold onto the spoon of a grenade, so when he shot him…well it had rolled out and touched his foot, causing him to look down right before it went off. Nobody could help him after that. Morrigan looks down at you, her eyes seemingly dark after the story. “Is that it?” she asks, making sure you’re done. You nod your head yes, your throat dry from talking. Morrigan lets out a sigh, rubbing her head as she puts out her cigarette on the ground. “That’s…that’s one hell of a story Billy,” she says, her eyes, blue you finally notice, “I…I really can’t say much about it. But the man, the one you’re so scared of?” You nod, flinching a bit. “He’s not coming back, ever, you got that?” “…really?” you ask her, unable to believe such a thing. “Yeah,” she says, “and if he does, tell me and I’ll make him go away again really fast.” “…even if you’re asleep?” “Even if I’m asleep,” says Morrigan, a tired smile coming onto her face as she stands up, “I promise.” She sticks out her hand to you where you sit on the ground.>Take her hand. >No…he’ll come back, he always does. >Other.
>>38491387>Take her hand.
>>38491387>No…he’ll come back, he always does.
>>38491387>>No…he’ll come back, he always does.
>>38491387>>Take her hand.
>>38491387>>Take her handpromises and promises
>>38491387>>Other.Take her hand. Then jump up and hug her
>>38491387Take her handI killed the last boss.....
>>38491387>Take her handWe trust her, right?
>Take her hand.
>>38491460>hugStill don't know what those are chief.
>>38491460What's a "hug"? It sounds painful,Why would we do that to Morrigan?
>>38491387>Take her hand
>>38491474>>38491493Maybe it's a body part, like "tits" or whatever those were.
>>38491387can we smile after we take her hand....I don't remember last time we did it, and seeing as the bad man is not coming back this is a pretty nice situation
Alright, looks like we're taking her hand. Writing.Oh and while a few of you had the right idea for one of Will's possible issues, you picked the wrong Will. If you had picked "killed" in the prologue thread, you would've killed other kids and possibly sublimated it.As it is, no Will was not made to kill any other kids.
>>38491387>Take her handWill hug the best girl soon enough,then kissu
>>38491625Told ya cuts.
>>38491625>no Will was not made to kill any other kids.B-but Muh suffering
>>38491678I'm hoping for cath but morri sure is up there too
>>38491678To Will they're all best girl though. Nobody hits him, Morrigan promises stuff, Cath lifts with him, Mary cooks and Nem...well she does something probably.
>>38491785Nem giggles. A lot.
>All these anons and their waifuing>Not willing to wait 60 chapters because they think Will can be magically fixed with a vote.You guys make me as sick as the anon who votes for headpats and hugs.
>>38491785Cath hits him.
>>38491916Nobody hit's him on purpose. Cath even apologized!
>>38491906Same.Even Guide said it'll take about that many chapters for will to get slightly fixed.Definitely not to THAT degree though
>>38491906I guess I have to put more faith in Guide, forgive I have sinnedthe fear of the routelock is a strong one
>>38491933Hey Will! Good to see you again how are things working out at MMS?Good. They feed me. They have work out day and reading day. They only hit me once and it was an accident. They promised to never shoot me even if they point guns at me!
>>38491906>Not willing to wait 60 chaptersi'd be okay with it taking 100 chaptersthe feels from this quest are helpingi kind of want him to have a huge relapse later on, not a permanent one but the kind that lasts for a 5-7 threads
>>38492017>I want him to suffer more What a cunt.
>>38492017He gets kidnapped
>>38491978Will doesn't even fully understand the concept of functioning human relationships. I think the mere possibility of a routelock is something pretty far off. Not to say that we won't wreck some relationships due to this lack of knowledge.
>>38492005It's the small things in life man and to Will all of those are a big fucking deal.
>>38492005>They promised to never shoot me even if they point guns at me!>yfw accidental friendly fire incident>yfw Will goes berserk and kills everyone
>>38492100>Will goes berserkMore like Will breaks down and becomes skiddish as fuck. They can't take him on missions but he maintains the gear and keeps the floors so clean you can eat off of them! He does! He's afraid to sit at the table with everyone.
>>38491460Why, in every thread, do you have to suggest hugs as an action? I don't understand. Will doesn't understand what those are, or to even do something like that. If a hug were to ever happen in this quest; it'll be a long time coming and initiated from someone else. Stop, please.
>>38492214What this guy said
>>38492017Oh don't worry, That'll happen when best guy joins MMS!
>>38492273you wanna know whats funny is Anderson beside being a stone cold killer and all around badass he ran an orphanage where the kids loved an adored him.
>>38492380I know that's why i want him to join MMS.It'll be hilarious when Will meets an ACTUAL priest instead of those fakers
>>38492380He really was a good man, just a psychotic killer at the same time. Weird duality story there, somewhere.
>>38492417He wasn't psychotic.. he was trying to murder horrific abominations from hell.
>>38492380He's actually a pretty nice guy, who just happens to be very driven when it comes to matters relating to the Church, religion in general and the merciless wholesale slaughtering of godforsaken vampires. And Protestants, of course. Can't forget them.
>>38492437>>38492273That is the face of someone that enjoys his duty a little too much
>>38492437He took pleasure in killing them, not exactly mentally stable.
>>38492475No such thing. You can't enjoy your job and worshiping the Lord too much.
>>38492399Anderson isn't exactly the best example of your average 'actual priest'. For that matter, I don't see why a priest would actively participate in a mercenary company.There might be some kind of makeshift church somewhere in the camp, though, if people thought they'd be staying around for an extended period.
>>38491387You look up at Morrigan, her hand, the promise behind it…and you take it. Morrigan hauls you upright, you helping of course, until you’re standing once more. “Are you…ok?” she asks you. You nod. You feel…different at least, even if you don’t know why or even if you think the man might still come back. Morrigan said…Morrigan promised she would help. That’s enough for right now. “Alright,” says Morrigan, patting you on the back as she lets go of your hand, “Now go eat, I don’t want you going and passing out on me because you didn’t eat breakfast.” You nod at Morrigan and then move to go around her and head towards the kitchen. “Hey Billy,” Morrigan calls out from behind you, causing you to turn and look at her. “Good job with the gear,” she says, nodding at the neatly laid out armor and ammo. You nod, a warm feeling filling you as you go into the kitchen where Mary is waiting with a big pile of breakfast food and some trail rations as well. You notice that there’s more than last time, presumably you’re going a lot farther than before. After you finish eating and start to pack, everyone gathers in the armory, Morrigan explaining the mission. “Alright,” she says, rolling out a big map, “Mary got us a job, pretty big one. We’ll be gone for a few days at least, so make sure you’re prepared, might want to stop and pick up something if you think you need it.” “Where are we going?” asks Nem. “Salina,” says Morrigan, pointing at the map, “Fifty miles away, that’s while we’ll be gone a few days.’ “Taking horses?” asks Sarah. “Yes,” says Morrigan, “Mary’s coming along, she’s the only one with a lot of experience with them. She’ll make sure we don’t do anything stupid.” “What’s the actual mission?” asks Bellona.
>>38492531 “Scouting,” says Morrigan, “those documents we gathered last mission have the army spooked, possible large gathering of bandits, possibly in more than rabble formations.” “That’s not good,” says Nem, Cath nodding. “Right,” says Morrigan, “Which is why I don’t plan on engaging, just a simple snoop and scoot if we can. We’ll get close with the horses, then walk the rest of the way so we don’t draw attention. Scout out the town, see if we can find anything, then get the hell out. Any questions?” Everyone else shakes their heads. “Alright, last minute gear grab if you need it, otherwise we’re headed out. >Will can currently carry 4 items with the gear he has. Assuming one for ammo and one for food, that leaves room for one small and one big item. You have extra ammo, blankets, small medkit, big medkit, and a small toolkit as possible items to take, not including possible loot brought back. Horses allow 2 loot items beyond what will can carry.>Leave with a current possible loadout. >Check the market for more gear. Sorry for the delay, checking some things.
>>38492559>>Check the market for more gear.
>>38492559>>Leave with a current possible loadout.Can't think of anything more. If we have blankets, we should be good to go.
>>38492559>Check the market for more gear. Of course.Can we also sell one of the medkits?
>>38492559>Check the market for more gear. We got money might see if we can't anything good to upgrade our gear.
>>38492559>Check the market for more gear. We've got funds.>>38492479They're abominations before Christ. You should take pleasure in destroying them. It's a good deed.>>38492509I seiously doubt we'll end up with a Priest on staff. Or really any other guy.Still can't believe everyone forgot the best priest though.
>>38492559>Check the market for more gear.
>>38492559Check the market. At the very least, a bigger rucksack can't hurt.
>>38492559>Check the market for more gear.Best arms dealer time!
>>38492600No having a smaller, more portable one could come in handy
>>38492559>Check the market for more gearMight as well check it out.
>>38492559Big medkit and blanket
>Check the market for more gear.>>38492638 I don't expect Will to carry the backpack at all times...
>>38492559>Check the market for more gearLet's see if we can't get us a better rifle that or maybe some optics for our current one.
Rolled 5, 13, 6 = 24 (3d16)Ok, looks like going to the market wins.
>>38492645True. So the small one on us, and the large on the horse?Other than that, two blankets, one on each, unless we find something more useful at the market?
>>38492827Don't think the big one will do us much good. Will has basically no experience or training, and most of the stuff in a backpack taken from an amublance should be airway and circulation management, as well as a bit of advanced trauma life support. The only thing that will be of much use to any of these guys are bandages, medical tape, esmarch bandages and maybe splints. All of which should be in the small one.
>>38492916You are applying real life logic. Guide stated that with both we have +4 to our medical checks.
>>38492934Small one gets +2, big one gets +4, no direct stacking.
>>38492559You decide to head to the market to see if you can find some better stuff, everyone else apparently having the same idea, at least to check. Cath leads you all to Koko’s stand again, the white haired girl smiling when she sees you. “So many customers,” she says, “New ones too.” She sees Morrigan, causing her grin to get even bigger. “Morrigan, you came back to me!” Morrigan grumbles at her. “You have good stuff, don’t mean I have to enjoy your company.” “Oh come now,” Kok says, “We all get what we want, you gear and I money.” “Yeah yeah,” says Morrigan, “Show us the goods.” “Certainly,” says Koko, “I even have new stock in.”>You can sell things for half price, rounded down for odd numbers. >http://pastebin.com/MuPSuyzE>You currently have $240 dollars. >Ten minutes like normal, then I call it. >>38492916Small one is literally just an IFAK, which has a bit less. Also included some extra's in the kit because. Try not to think on it too hard, I am not a licensed medical professional.
>>38492979Rucksack:Tier 1 $50>>38492916I get that but.. >>38492945So big one is a +4. Gonna keep the big one. Hell we should probably keep the little one around as back up in the armory or something.
>>38492945>Small one gets +2, big one gets +4, no direct stacking.>Small one is literally just an IFAK, which has a bit less. Also included some extra's in the kit because. Try not to think on it too hard, I am not a licensed medical professional.To be clear, does this mean that, mechanically, we have no reason to carry the small one when we have the big one available?
>>38492979>Tier 1 Rucksack, replace the shit one: $50
>>384929791 T1 Rucksack, 1 T1 Toolkit for $120, please. Also, is there any basic comm equipment or maps/compasses?
>>38492934>>38492945>>38492979>>38493041Huh. Just assumed any possible bonus or even serious usage would require medical training. Well, disregard my post then.
>>38492979We should definitely swap our rucksack out for ($50 base -$10 trade in) $40, and double our carrying capacity, and since we're on a long haul, a bit more ammo couldn't hurt.
Tier 1 Rucksack.Additional question, can we fasten a Rucksack or two to our saddle? Or stow away a blanket without using a slot if we're creative about it?
>>38492979How many tiers are there, anyway?Is tier 0 standard stuff that civilians can get their hands on, tier 1 is military grade? Or are there many more tiers so tier 1 is just stuff that you would find in a shop that is just an upgraded tier 0 kinda thing?
>>38492979Tier 1 rucksackTier 2 pistolthat's itwe don't have money for armor. I think we should bring a spare set of clothes if we are going to stay some days out
>>38492979Blankets. ALL THE BLANKETS!>>38493065We have a tier 1 tool kit man. Check the character sheet. We are Medic and Tech.http://pastebin.com/CGK4nsrY
>>38493041>>38493051>>38493062>>38493073Will has minor amounts of medical training, the bigger medkit has larger possible bonuses based on this. Also, the tier one is only equipped for minor injuries at best, Tier 2 can deal with more.
>>38492979we should put ammo and food on the bandolier and a blanket, med kit, tool kit and spare clothes on the rucksack.
>>38492979Tier 1 rucksack for $50, bringing us to $190. Sell a bandolier for $12 since we have 2.Should we grab a T1 grenade?>>38493065We have a T1 toolkit.I say loadout would be ammo, food, T1 Med, T1 tool, blanket on horse, grenade (if bought). Guide - are grenades infinite or 1 time use?
>>38493108We may be able to fashion a blanket into a makeshift backpack, with some rope and sticks.
>>38492979>Tier1 Rucksack, >Standard AmmoRemember guys we don't get ammo for free from MMS. 1 Blanket as well
>>38493117>http://pastebin.com/QYsxy8aHTier 0 is little more than worn out crap. Tier 1 is workable stuff. Tier 2 is preserved from before the fall/good recent production.Tier 3 is ultra high end limited production from recent times. >>38493156One time use at the moment.
>>38493120Oh sorry. Thanks for the heads up.
>>38493178I suppose Koko doesn't have silencers?
>>38492979>http://pastebin.com/CGK4nsrY Tier 1 Rucksack. Sell 1 Bandolier
>>38492979>Tier 1 Rucksack>2 Standard Ammo>1 new set of clothes
>>38493178Alright, I say scratch the grenade thing then and just get a ruck and sell a bandolier to get us at $212. We have ammo, and can scavenge more real easily. We could get a T2 pistol but I want to save for assault or armor.
>>38492979All I can see currently we can use is the teir 1 rucksack
As to all of the "can we carry more" questions. Currently, no. One slot is one slot and you get one bandolier, one rucksack plus what is available for the horses to carry on the way there. Stuff on your bandolier is small and easily accessed, stuff in the backpack you can carry with you but requires a bit of time to grab. Stuff on the horses is on the horses. Currently only consensus I'm seeing is buying the Tier 1 rucksack and a few sell options. You already have 3 ammo's, so you don't really need to buy more at the moment. So. What I've seen. >Buy Tier 1 Rucksack for $50 Y/N>Sell Tier 0 Rucksack for $10 Y/N>Sell Tier 1 Bandolier for $12 Y/NOther is still an option considering.
>>38493156I like this load out, but I would like to take the T2 Medkit and leave it at the horse if when things go to shit. We can do a quick patch up with T1 and do better work w/ T2.
>>38492979Blanket. Ruck sack tier 1. One standard ammo.
>>38493296>Buy Tier 1 Ruck for $50 Y>Sell Tier 0 Ruck for $10 Y
>>38493299It's probably not going to work like that. It "sounds good."But it's horse shit. We can just take the t-2. And patch up with it. And do the serious work with it when the fire dies down.What if we get pinned with an injured team mate and they need more than a "patch." I don't want to sit there and go "OH BUT WHAT IF WE HAD JUST BROUGHT THE 2 INSTEAD OF LEAVING IT WITH THE HORSE!"We're taking it.
>>38493296>Buy Tier 1 Rucksack for $50 Y>Sell Tier 0 Rucksack for $10 Y>Sell Tier 1 Bandolier for $12 N
>>38493296yyysave thew rest for armor
>>38493296>>38493356>>38493372Oh and just to make sure, that's your spare Tier 1 Bandolier. You have 2.
>>38493296>Buy Tier 1 Rucksack for $50 Y>Sell Tier 0 Rucksack for $10 Y>Sell Tier 1 Bandolier for $12 Y
>>38493296>Buy Tier 1 Rucksack for $50 Y>Sell Tier 0 Rucksack for $10 Y
>>38493156>>38493299Forgot we were on T2 med, that's the one I meant. That's ammo in bandolier, something small with it, T1 tool, T2 med, 2 empty in ruck, blanket on horse with a horse spot open for my loadout.>>38493296>Buy Tier 1 Rucksack for $50 Y>Sell Tier 0 Rucksack for $10 Y>Sell Tier 1 Bandolier for $12 Y
>>38493347If things do go pear-shaped, the best response would probably be to apply aid as best we can and then immediately evacuate the injured via horse. Respect the Golden Hour, dude.
>>38493386Oh, forgot we had an extra. Should we see if someone in our group wants it first though? Save them some money
>>38493482They all have one already.
>>38493482Just checked through companions list, all of 'em seem to have a Tier 1 Bandolier. We should be all right selling it.
Alright, looks like currently I've got is buy Tier 1, sell tier 0 rucksacks. That will leave you with $200 and a spare Tier 1 bandolier still sitting at home for later stuff. You know have 6 slots, leaving four for extra's after food and 1 ammo. >Blankets.>Extra ammo.>Tier 1 Medkit, +2 to med rolls, minor wounds.>Tier 2 Medkit, +4 to med rolls, treats larger wounds.>Tier 1 Toolkit. Please pick a loadout, I really need to figure a way to do this better. I'll get to writing the next scene while you decide.
>>38493443Right but this is a quest.Having the tier 2 on us will not over encumber us any more than the tier one. It's literally just depriving us of a bonus to our rolls to leave it behind.
>>38493616Loud out- Assumed food/ammo-BlanketTeir 2 medkitAmmoEmpty
>>38493616>>Blankets.>>Extra ammo.>>Tier 1 Medkit, +2 to med rolls, minor wounds.>>Tier 2 Medkit, +4 to med rolls, treats larger wounds.
>>38493616>Tier 2 Medkit>Tier 1 Toolkit. >Blankets>Extra ammo.Gonna be several days which means sleeping outdoors and long ways for medical care.
>>38493616>Blanket>Ammo>T2 Medkit>emptyDon't think we have anything that needs fixing so leaving toolkit behind
>>38493616BlanketExtra ammoTier 2 Medkit
>>38493641Its also bigger, while it doesn't take extra slots, it need to be carried in the rucksack, can't be deployed in a hurry, can get stuck in the environment, migitate Williams movement and is more vunerable to damage from stray gunfire.
Food2 AmmoT2 MedkitBlanketOne empty slot.
>>38493616>Blankets.>Tier 1 Medkit, +2 to med rolls, minor wounds.>Tier 2 Medkit, +4 to med rolls, treats larger wounds.>Tier 1 Toolkit.
>>38493748Guide has never specified that. The tier 1 has to be kept in the Rucksack as well.This is a Quest.We're taking it for the bonus.
>>38493800>Also, Tier 1 is more portable. Tier 2 has to go in your rucksack. Not him but these are Guide's words from thread 8.
>>38493888Not him either, but doesn't that just mean that, mechanically speaking, we can't carry it in our bandolier?
>>38493800>Guide has never specified thatI think you got rekt son. >>38493888
You guys know the less stuff we take the more loot we can carry right. We dont need the toolkit.
>>38493934We'll wrap stuff up in the blankets to take back. Also we are scouting assuming things go right there won't be loot and its more likely we will need to fix a weapon or something.
>>38493616>Tier 1 Medkit>Tier 2 Medkit>Tier 1 Toolkit>Blankets
Alright, this is what you're carrying. >Blankets.>Tier 1 Medkit.>Tier 2 Medkit. >Extra ammo.Best I can do.
>>38493616>Tier 1 Medkit, +2 to med rolls, minor wounds.>Blankets.>Extra ammo.>EmptyWe are scouting.
>>38494073I'm glad you put the blankets at the top. Will has priorities, after all.
>>38494073Hey Guide. Wanted to pop in and say that I <3 you and I <3 the Merc Mammas.Cheers.
>>38492979In the end you decide that you really only need the better rucksack at the moment. Nem and Cath seem to agree, both of them also buying the bigger packs. Morrigan and Bellona don’t buy anything and Sarah starts to buy some better armor, before Bellona stops her. “I’ve got the extra set,” she says, “You can have it if you give me that one.” “Really?” asks Sarah. “Keeping you alive keeps me alive,” says Bell. “Ok then,” says Sarah, both of them going back to MMS quickly to trade, Bellona selling off the worse quality armor when she gets back. With that everyone, including Mary who only seems to have a backpack full of extra food and things to help with the horses, heads to the barn, where you get on and start riding mostly southwest. You don’t make a much better time than when you’re walking, but it’s much easier on you than if you were doing it yourself. Since you started out relatively early Morrigan says you’ll ride most of the day, camp and then walk the rest of the way. As you ride you…>Try to talk to someone. (?)>Just ride. >Other. >>38494133Thanks dude.
>>38494170>>Try to talk to Nem
>>38494170>Try to talk to NemWe really don't interact with her enough...
>>38494170>>Try to talk to someone. (?)NemWe've been pretty good at knifing things so far. Maybe she can give us some extra pointers.
>>38494170>Try and talk to the horse.
>>38494237If I remember correctly we have rolled two Nat 20s while knifing sleeping enemies.
>>38494170>>Try to talk to someone. (?)nemwe haven't really talk to her at all
>>38494170>Try to talk to the horse"Alright, let's get a few things straight. You're big, and I respect you. I just want you to keep me with the group and let me do my job. I won't do anything you don't want though."
>Try to talk to NemWe didn't have much of a conversation with her yet, and Morrigan seems to value her perception (lookout after the farmer rescue), so maybe she can teach us something?
>>38494170>Try to talk to Nem.
>>38494290I think that would take a higher social rank than Will currently has but it's still hilarious. Trying to imagine how the others would react.
>>38494170>Try to talk to someone. NemWe haven't been useful to Nem yet.
>>38494274Actually both of them were awake, though the second one just had woken up.
>>38494338When I was typing it, I thought it was a bit wordy for Will, but I had to get it down. And thank you anon.
>>38494290>>38494170I'm not opposed to talking to Nem but I think a more "Will" version of this could be cool if possible.
Alright, talking to Nem it is. Writing.
>>38494433Oh and I need a d20 please.
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>38494539Here we go again
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>38494539
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>38494433>>38494539
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>38494433
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>38494539
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>38494539rollan rollan rollan rollan
>>38494590Options field buddy
>>38494559Looks like you guys make good time then. Writing.
So.Anons.Out of all the girls in the company, who would win in an all-out battle royale to the death?My vote is for Mary.
>>38494672We know nothing of her beyond that she is most soscial, so I'm inclined to agree.
>>38494672Depends on the field. Sarah would probably win if they started off far away from each other. Close up, I'd say Bellona. Especially if Will is the reward for surviving.
>>38494672They've all got varied skills. It's too hard to give a solid estimate. It would come down to luck.
>>38494672It really is a luck/positioning thing. Cath would win in hand to hand without weapons, I think Nem would win if it was just knives, but Bell might be better than her, Sarah from afar. Morrg is really just a leader and has no spec in combat. Mary is Mary so who the hell knows.
Next question:What sentimental items are the girls carrying with them? What little bits and pieces have they found on their journeys?Bonus: If Will had a favorite stuffed animal, what would it be?
>>38494818We actually don't know what Sarah's firearms skill is. Morrigan is sitting with a +5.>>38494819No idea. We'll have to speak with them.Will can't remember his favorite. It was destroyed in a crash.
>>38494818Morrigan is technically the best we have at firearms, she has a +5. So, mid range with guns, she'd probably win based on the raw stats we have.
>>38494819morgian her dad's dog tags
>>38494819>Bonus: If Will had a favorite stuffed animal, what would it be?A blanket.
>>38494819Morrigan carries a picture of her dadSarah carries her rifle from her former teamNem carries a gift from her thievery mentorBellona carries a love letterCath carries the pelt of the wolf who raised her
>>38494818She'd probably stare them all to death. I mean, she is Rider. >>38494819Anything stuffed would be fine for Will. He could stay in his room all day just hugging his blankets if he could.
>>38494819It would be a toy fabric bird and Will would whisper all of his secrets, fears, and pains to it while curled up in a dark corner. Then the bird would fly away with them.Will has always wanted to fly like a bird and be free.
>>38494925But can Seras kill servants?
>>38494865Bel has a locket with a picture of Will and FILE NOT FOUND>Stuffed animaleither a bird of some kind or teddy bear, cause honestly Will is just like a bear. he looks cute and helpless but could easily maul you
>>38494931Actually. I don't think Will would like birds.He's watched them pick at the dead far too often. After you see a raven pluck the eye out of an eight year old you really don't care for them.
>>38494925Actually Will's obsession for blankets, at least as far as I can tell, comes from the fact that the first item he received after the hellish nightmare that was his former life was over, was a blanket from one of the soldiers that rescued him. That and they are fluffy and warm but the first part makes it feel like its deeper seated.
>>38494979If she was a relative of his she'd have said so.
>>38494979Best twist ever.If that's true i can't wait to see her reaction
>>38495040Are birds useful? Are cages useful?
Last question from me:If Will ever found himself alone, what would he hum to himself? Is he a good dancer? Are any of the girls good dancers? Do they like music?
>>38495110>would he hum to himself?What Cath hummed to him.
>>38495110Does Will even know what music is?
>>38495110He didn't know what Cath was doing when she hummed to him a few days back. Going by that, he doesn't really understand the concept of music, and has never danced before either.
>>38495110Will would sit down and stare at a wall, or go mad because there is nothing to do.
Then he needs to hear music.Music is so good for the soul and the mind. There has to be music somewhere, like in the bar or something.
>>38495110He's not a good dancer he's not familiar with the concept. If he is.. it's that thing you do when they shoot at your feet for fun.He doesn't know what humming is.
>>38495168He probably has heard it but dismissed it as noise. It isn't useful. It's a frivolous activity that inflames passions.
>>38495168Couple of days back I was driving in my car and was thinking of the quest and the bar cause we had just had the Alcohol Tolerance thread.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmVmt_v32qUCame on the radio. For some reason I thought of Will and Doc's Place. Sadly this song might not have survived.
Think Guide said he had to bail at 5. So.. if the update doesn't show up I'd assume that's what happened.
>>38494170 As you ride, you somehow naturally fall in next to Nem, who seems to be as comfortable on her horse as you are, which means she can mostly make it go the direction she seems to want but not a whole lot more. Yours at least seems to be willing to follow the others without a problem. “How’re you doing their Billy?” asks Nem after a few hours. “Ok,” you say, watching the horizon as you all follow the roads towards your destination, “Are you ok?” “I’m fine, just bored,” says Nem, despite watching the horizon, “I’ve ridden a little before, but not a lot. Prefer my feet. Let’s you dodge around things and hide better than one of these big lugs.” Despite her words she reaches down and lightly pats her horse’s neck. “They’re a lot faster at a dead sprint though,” she says, “and make it easier to get around in places like this when you don’t have fuel for cars and trucks around.” You nod, copying her motion and carefully patting your horse on the neck, to which it turns around briefly and looks at you before putting its head back forwards. “I miss the city,” Nem continues, “Everything close by, no need for horses if you know where to look. The country is too big.” She turns and gives you one of her big smiles. “That’s why I like close quarters, reminds me of home.” You nod along, letting Nem talk. She seems to like that, it’s probably not quite helpful, but it doesn’t hurt. “You should come out with me around town sometime,” she says, “I can show you some of my skill even if you are a little bigger than I am.”
>>38495173This has me wondering if there are any wandering musicians out there that might pop into town
>>38495368You nod, you don’t spend much time with Nem, maybe you should? After that there’s a little conversation back and forth between team members, but not a lot. Eventually you make it close to your destination and Morrigan calls a halt near a small grouping of houses that looks a little bit too small to call a town, but is grouped similarly. You stop in a barn looking structure that has “US Postal Service” above the door. When you stop Mary makes you all take care of your horses, getting them water from several of the nearby ponds and such. You make sure yours is well taken care of, so if you do need to use it more it’s ready. It seems to like you, it doesn’t snort at you as much as the other one at least. Morrigan sets you on watches again, the same as last time. Nem grumbles again, but there are no real complaints. Mary gets to sleep the whole night since she’s staying with the horses. After a relatively peaceful watch with Morrigan, you both crawl into your blankets, sleeping for tomorrow’s mission.
>>38495401Alright, going to call this thread here. It's a good stopping point and I have to go plus we've hit autosage already. I'll try to get back on later tonight so we can run the actual mission part of the thread, but I might be back as late as midnight EST, so we'll see. I'll do my best to keep you updated. Questions and comments like normal, I'll be around for a bit at least.
>>38495429Anyone else privy to Will's breakdown this morning?
>>38495429Thanks for running, are we close to raising our social stat?
>>38495429Thanks for running, Guide!Someone else post the gif, I'm on mobile.
>>38495429Thanks for the thread even tho I missed most of it.
>>38495429Thanks for running dude.So if you get back around midnight you picking it up again? I mean some of us I'm sure will be around.
>>38495451Nobody heard the entire conversation. Mary was downstairs and heard you enter, Morrigan was with her eating. So she knows "something" happened at least, it took a while and the door was closed. >>38495470No. You're working on it you really are. But Will still needs a lot of work. >>38495491>>38495494Thanks for reading guys!
>>38495429Thanks for the run, Guide.Best of luck with whatever you need to do.
>>38495524It depends on how tired I am. It shouldn't really be midnight, but I don't know. It depends on how much drinking goes on.
>>38495494>>38495524I'm getting major deja vu from these two posts
>>38495574It's a tradition.
>>38495544Thanks man, glad you're reading.
>>38495429Thanks for running Guide! I may not be able to be there for the second thread, depending on the time, and if I have school tomorrow.
>>38495552 >It depends on how much drinking goes on.Oh boy, time to test that tolerance! Is it you or someone else that's drinking?
>>38495630I understand, I wouldn't be running so late if I wasn't off school myself. Glad you enjoyed the thread.>>38495637Other people. I don't usually drink very much and have a decently high tolerance myself so it's either liquor or lots of beer. The first is expensive and most beer taste like crap.
>>38495451It's probably a good thing they aren't. I think Morrigan would catch a lot of flack for that.
>>38495574I post my picture after all the quests as thanks to the QM for running, the other is >>38495491also known as Gifbro and his gif he posted at the end of every HPQ. Guide leads us and we follow
>>38495744I actually took over the original gifbro's job. I saved the gif incase he didn't show up for a thread, but since Guide has been running at a different time than before, I've been able to post it before he does. I haven't heard any complaints from the OG gifbro so I guess it's fine.
>>38495864You're >>38495524 and not >>38495524 ?!
>>38496005Ehh I'm >>38495524 not >>38495864I post that whenever I don't see it posted.So I guess there are a few of us that do it.
>>38496005I was the guy who couldn't post it on mobile. So, neither of those.
>>38496046>>38496059This throws my whole concept of reality into question. Gifbro is merely a title, a hero who arises when we need him then disappears into anonymity.
>>38495526>Morrigan was with her eatinguh
>>38496387Morrigan was eating breakfast with Mary. They heard/saw will race past like a jack ass into the armory.Morrigan then got up and entered the armory.
>>38495681Thanks for running Guide.Maybe we should make a drinking game for the 2030 Merc threads?
>>38496601>Have a young Merc who you got from the government>Know he is fucked up and has PTSD>Cause him to have an episode after a misunderstanding>Feel like shit about it when you wake up but decide to just eat breakfast and talk to him about it when he wakes up>First thing he does in the morning is make a mad dash for the armoryWell shit when you look at it that way...
>>38496705We can't roll 20s for ourselves anon. I need my liver.
>>38496705I would but the only thing I like to drink is scotch on the rocks and, well, I like living.
>>38496822Well the feeling I got from that is more.Ah! Time for breakfast. Hmm Billy is acting a bit weird.. oh right.. the whole gun thing.Seem'd to me like she just blew it off.
>>38496822I don't think she was worried he was going to shoot up the place or anything. I mean he was clearly double checking/cleaning/readying gear.I'm just surprised no one else reacted to him tearing ass down the stairs.
>>38496946He most likely woke everyone up who wasn't already.
>>38497006Right. But Bell and Cath seem extremely protective of him.And Cath at least has seen him long enough to know that the race down the stairs was extremely out of character.
>>38497026Personally I think all the girls think of us as a little brother type save Bella (who wants to jump our bones) and Sarah (who really doesn't know us so she doesn't seem to have an opinion)
>>38497196Hmm. Maybe.It's been openly stated that Will is attractive.Morrigan has offered to let us sleep with her though. Not sure if that was intended as just sleeping or more much later.Some of Cath's nuzzling when she was intoxicated seem'd a bit over the "Little brother" line.Nem.. is probably in the little brother category? That or she's in the same boat as Sarah.
>>38497352Morri for sure didn't mean for us to have sex with her and I doubt she was planning on it for laterCath, yeah, but she may just be one of those kinds of drunks, who knows!? I agree with you there.I think Nem is there, that moment with Bell was classic.You can be attractive and around women and they still don't see you that way
>>38497519I'm still on the fence about Morrigan. She finds him attractive and if he was stable.. or.. well more stable I don't think she'd be opposed to a relationship.I don't think she'd do anything with him now. Except maybe hug. Cath and Bell are the ones I'm on the fence with.Bell I think might start doing.. Adult things with him now. And he's not ready. I don't think she'd intend to hurt him or anything but Toosoon.jpg.Cath.. falls into that.. I'm not sure category.She's pretty damn screwed up herself.. so it's hard to tell where she'd draw the line.Either way I don't think any of the relationship shit will show up for a good while.
>>38497682When did she say he was attractive? I might have missed that.His first hug is going to be suitably awkward for both parties >Why are you trying to restrain me?Bell would totally bang him given the chance! But only after she gets him to admit he is interested since the other girls would probably murder her.For Cath, that's what I was thinking as well.Yeah, no waifuing till a couple hundred threads
>>38497800I'll have to go back to skim to find it. But I know notrevy has called him pretty more than a few times.>Few hundred threadsI don't know about that. I'd guess we'll see something around 50.
>>38497894The only time I think she would have called him attractive and meant it is if she was drunk and I dont think she said it when Will carried her backWoah woah! A couple hundred! Not a few! Big difference! 50 seems to be a bit too quick if we haven't gone from -3 to -2 social in ten threads and Guide confirmed we aren't close to getting -2 yet even though we are making progress but I may be placing too much stock in the stats.
>>38498015"A couple hundred!" How long do you expect the quest to last exactly?
>>38498079A very long time.Hell we might hit 20 by april if Guide keeps this pace.
>>38498079>>38498172Indeed a long time, hopefully until the MC can retire and be happy and hopefully not get killed along the way! Wishful thinking is all, anon.
>>38498199>>38498172Well his last thing only hit 60 or so..
>>38498479Didn't that one progress wicked fast though? They killed the big bad right? This quest doesn't really seem to have a set goal to it so it could go on much longer.
>>38498708They didn't kill the big bad actually.
>>38498708He put it on hiatus because he was losing inspiration, about when he started this quest.
>>38498801>>38498787WHAT IF GUIDE WAS THE BIG BAD OF HPQ?
>>38498898Then it would become the best evil campaign on /tg/.
>>38498898Nah man.It's Will Everyone at MMS is going to die. He's going to fail as a medic. He will lose what little he had. Then he will see someone who has Everything.
Next thread when?
>>38499455Dude read the thread. He said he might post more tonight. Overall watch twitter.