The newly united people of the Colony and the Plainsrunners look up in awe as the shadow of the New Necrotic Fleets first Flagship passes over and swallows the town in temporary twilight. High above in the upper atmosphere the colossal craft drifts as you glide through it's wide halls. Catwalks and balconies of bone and pitted metal surround you, braziers of glowing crystal or torches of voidflame illuminating your path.The core of the massive craft sleeps and dreams in silence, the hallways an airless void. Kyn'tk twists in on hand and you gaze at the insectoid visage of the Mask held in your other. The wood remains still as you will it speak or shift, commanding it to open another tear in space, but it remains to all appearances an intricately carved but mundane mask. The urge to wear it fills you, as it had several times before and you almost give in until you suddenly find yourself floating into the heart of the flagship.A cage of reinforced bone and metal guards the complex reactor and artificial brain of the flagship, the hefty construct requiring more than a simple cluster of Think Tanks to operate. A hexagonal portal set in its side ripples softly with suspended necrotic fluid. Kyn'tk shifts in your grasp as your reach out to touch the center of the vertical pool with the spearpoint.There was silence then a bubbling as the liquid began to boil, power taken from your own being igniting the dormant reactor and awakening the sleeping mind of the ship. The core rumbles too life and you feel the flagship lurch around you as systems come on line. The proto-mind of the flagship reaches out for yours and you embrace it, welcoming it to the universe.The Charnel Vault takes its place at the center of your fleets and you take your place at it's helm. The command bridge was a large throne room, scores of Pilots and Think Tanks lining the walls as you take your place on your throne.The Lich-Lord sits on his Throne and the Galaxy shudders with unrealized terror.
i thought you were kill
>>46231065And now after my unexpected week of hiatus I bring you back to the exploits Jadyk and his Armada.Pastebins: http://pastebin.com/u/ceronullMake sure to follow my twitter where I announce the threads: https://twitter.com/CeroTheNullArchive: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=death+among+the+starsAsk.fm: http://ask.fm/DeathAmongTheStarsQuestStockpile:>173810B (2 Biomass Farms: 90000, 3 Lichen Farms: 450, 200 Solar 8000, Tributes: 500)>220920M (5 Mining Facilities 300,000, 10 Omega Fleets 65000, 20 Reaper Fleets 26000)>Capitol City 90% (-500B -500M Daily)Troop Totals:>6 Voidknight Disciples>9000 Talons (30 Clutches)>300 Aquatic Talons (1 Clutch)>750 Cyclops: (15 Squads)>100 Aquatic Cyclops (2 Squads)>6000 Stingers (30 Platoons)>250 Gargoyles (5 Flights)>150 Aquatic Gargoyles (3 Flights)>200 Flatbody Gargoyles>3000 Trolls (20 Packs)>1800 Shock Troops (12 Packs)>240 Looms (8 Shoals)>225 Crit Crawls (125 EMP 100 Exp)>20 devouring swarms>400 Stalkers (5 Packs)>1 Alpha Stalker>240 Shadows (4 Clusters)>200 Scourges (1 Swarm)>501 Dirges>99 Think Tanks>100 Cauldrons>50 Glutton SpheresNecrolyte Legion:>1 Voidsinger (loyal)>10 Officers>441 Legionnaires>1 Light Cruiser>2 Frigates>2 CorvettesEnslaved Minions:>Jor (loyal)>Lance-Commander Roktir>Dne'tec Ahkam Male>2 Voidsingers>96 Colonists>540 Stonestar>24 Plainsrunner Osogo>4 Ructu>30 Test SubjectsPrisoners:>200 Osjiic>230 Ahkam forcesGuests:>Obsidianborn Construct>30 Stonestar Researchers>300 Stonestar Warriors>>46231099Freakishly close I was to kill
>>46231162Jesus Jyoti, how many vehicle accidents have you been involved in, directly or otherwise, over this past year?
>>46231162Vehicles/Ships:>1 Flagship: The Charnel Vault>7 Void Terrors>100 Chariots>50 Hearses>95 Coffins>50 Support Coffins>500 Nails>100 Piercing Nails>43 Corvettes>10 Support Corvettes>33 Frigates>5 Boarding Frigates>10 Dagger disguised Frigates>5 Osjiic disguised Frigates>14 Osjiic disguised Fighters>4 ahkam frigates>6 ahkam corvettes>30 ahkam fighters>13 Light Cruisers>10 Heavy Cruiser>10 Bloat Carriers>10 Terrordromes>7 Battlecruisers>2 Hangar Battlecruisers>3 Destroyers>2 Battleships>15 Eyegores>40 Large Glutton SpheresCaptured Ships:>1 Dagger Clanship>1 Osjiic Heavy Cruiser>3 Osjiic Frigate>4 Osjiic Corvettes>1 Ahkam Battleship>1 Ahkam Battlecruiser>1 Osjiic Battleship>1 Osjiic Destroyer>2 Ahkam Corvettes>3 Ahkam FrigatesShips in Construction:>5 Omega Fleets: 2 Days>10 Reaper Fleets: 2 Days>37 Corvettes: 3 Days>22 Frigates: 3 Days>15 Boarding Frigates: 3 Days>10 Boarding Cruisers 3 Days>17 Light Cruisers: 3 Days>10 Heavy Cruisers: 3 Days>20 Bloat Carriers: 3 Days>15 Terrordomes: 3 Days>13 Battlecruisers: 3 Days>8 Hangar Battlecruisers: 3 Days>12 Destroyers: 3 Days>10 Battleships: 3 Days>>46231252I plead the Fifth. At least this time a cop was right behind me to see that it was the stoned asshole that swerved into me
>>46231330Completed Research:>Beast of Rukor Dissection: The Beast was a wonder of nature, a unique creature that had lived for centuries on Rukor. Genetic testing revealed that it was in fact the sole surviving member of an extinct species related to the hunter squid that the Ructu had vague recollections about. A plague had wiped out the beasts that rarely grew larger than the Ructus largest boats but myth says the creatures did not die of age but rather could continue to grow with age. And from the looks of the Beast these myths were true. Fields of mimetic flesh allowed it to disappear its great bulk into the gloom of the deep and massive dragging unfortunate ructu ships and the largest of beasts of Rukor to the depths.>Fighter Grapnel: A risky but an undeniably effective weapon, the Esat small fighters regularly possess a nose-mounted harpoon and grapnel that had nearly religious import for the insectoids. These weapons would be used in their vicious dogfights to tear the wings and engines off their enemies fighter craft. Esat gain a higher ranking of honor if they are able to bring down an enemy craft using only their harpoon or with even higher honors, disarming the enemy by ripping their weapons mounts completely from the craft.>Communications Jamming: While only a series of theories and the barest of prototypes when discovered at the Confederate that was no deterrent for you Think Tanks as they completed the unfinished research started over a century prior.>Signal Masker: Confederate ships each broadcast a signal identifying themselves to ease their passage through populated systems. The corvette had a piece of supposedly very illegal technology that would randomly change the ships normal transponder signal upon exiting FTL to allow easier passage through blockades or checkpoints.
>>46231330How is the kraken flagship coming along?
Thank the wormstar he lives and is unspoiled by vengeful motor vehicles!
>>46231396Unlocked:Large Reconstructed Frame: Mangler - Nearly 30 meters long the Mangler consists of a main armored body resembling a segmented mollusk shell with four powerful tentacles extending from the shell. These arms are incredibly strong with retractable hooked claws, a pair of over-sized Sting Whips hidden on either side of the powerful gnashing beak that can extend on a dexterous muscular trunk. Comes with one large weapon port and two medium or light weapon ports that extend from under its shell.Fighter Grapnel: A scaled down version of the Advanced Ship Grapnel allows Small Craft to latch onto enemy craft allowing for an automatic successful attack. The Grapnel has a relatively short range compared to those typically used in aerial combat meaning the wielder must get within range, exposing themselves to retaliatory fire. Grapnels allow small craft such as Coffins to secure themselves to larger ships for a better chance at boarding the enemy craft. Cost: 10MJammer Missile: Launched in small groups from a Missile Pod these spike shaped missiles carry no explosive charge. Instead their intent is to be embedded into the hulls of enemy ships where they detect the crafts communication systems then broadcast a counter-signal to disrupt and jam their communications effectively rendering them mute. Cost: 20MJammer Pylon: A tower that detects and counters foreign communication signals in a 20mile radius. This not only blocks enemy communication attempts but also provides a rough estimate of the location of those that attempt to break communication silence. Cost: 50MSignal Masker: This allows a ship to randomly generate a new Confederate Ship Identification Code upon exiting or entering FTL travel. This allows ships wanting to be discreet to pass through Confederate space as long as security is moderately lax. Visual identification still reveals the deception but it can be used to avoid raising alarms.
>>46231396>>Beast of Rukor Dissection: The Beast was a wonder of nature, a unique creature that had lived for centuries on Rukor. Genetic testing revealed that it was in fact the sole surviving member of an extinct species related to the hunter squid that the Ructu had vague recollections about. A plague had wiped out the beasts that rarely grew larger than the Ructus largest boats but myth says the creatures did not die of age but rather could continue to grow with age. And from the looks of the Beast these myths were true. Fields of mimetic flesh allowed it to disappear its great bulk into the gloom of the deep and massive dragging unfortunate ructu ships and the largest of beasts of Rukor to the depths.Oh wow, could we clone these things back from extinction?
>>46231450Actually, this new frame would be the best frame for a giant tekekinetic. It has it's own built in protection from energy in that shell that the standard one doesn't have. Plus, this allows the giant squid to be all-terrain mobile.
>>46231396Ok. I have an idea. What if we tell the light drinker that we would be open to trusting her if she can prove she is worthy of it. Buy not attacking or bothering those we are friends with, like the plant people for example. In fact if we can get them on a com link to hear the agreement even better.We will have to explain a lot to them after that tho. Like how we know the light drinker. How we are not evil anymore. How we like the living. Stuff like thatBut if we do this right we can get them to be close to us and possibly help us
>>46231513>>46231513Guessing that this one can take a few more glutton spheres than the other as well, given "30ft length"
>>46231472We don't really clone much. But if we keep some cells some other faction could.What if we managed to combine the squid DNA with Akam DNA? Imagine what that would make
>>46231513Pretty sure this giant squid already flies, like our looms do. A large reconstructed we should be thinking about are those siege tunneling units based off the excavators we were talking about, the devastators.
>>46231450Could we embed the jammer in the EMP crawlers?
>>46231598Only in zero-g, the looms aren't much use in big land battles, which is where the Large reconstructed would really show their worth.
>>46231598The devastators were said to be a reaserch goal we could open up after we did the Large Reconstructed, to weaponise the Excavators
>>46231558Speaking of glutton spheres I thought of something we should add to them.Glutton spheres can suck up energy but have nowhere to put it, because of that they can be overloaded. So we need to make mega battery's that the glutton spheres bump the energy in to
>>46231546Might work but we should explain all that stuff before the deal not after
>>46231635The looms worked just fine in the artificial gravity of the space city.
>>46231703>>46231450Could we research a large scale version of the reaver staff, that did't require a mind in exchange for a larger power requirement, that could be plugged into reconstructed with glutton spheres?
>>46231758Crawled around on tentacles, which means that the Mangler is going to be very, very slow without another propulsion system.
>>46231450Current Research>Combination FTL drive: Slow and Dangerous>Weaponized Tractor Beam: Slow>Necrotic/Living Experimentation: Slow>Deathshead Guardian Fighter: Medium>Void-Nova bomb: Slow>Storm Gate: Slow>Osjiic Capitol Mimicry: Medium>Ahkam Capitol Mimicry: Medium>Deathshead Armor: Medium>Advanced Missiles: Medium>Arc Technology: Slow>Warp Engine: Slow>Smuggler Hold: MediumYour Generals are each tending to their own tasks aided by their new "siblings" and comrades.Lorgul and a trio of his new Disciples descend onto one of your controlled worlds, Void-Terrors screaming across the skies as they search for the missing Deathshead Guardian. The arid lifeless world was littered with the wreckages ships from the great battle between the three fleets, the crashed fighter of the undead Osjiic lost among the crags and craters.Nekris and Eiton stalk through the corridors and walls of the Confederate space city that had once simply been called Station 88. The initial turnout of the surrendering confederates was surprisingly high and they are quickly embedded with a domination spike and transferred to prison ships awaiting your commands for them. Those that hadn't were unfortunate to run across the Predators or the swarms of Gargoyles, Looms and Shadows flooding the station. Screams and gun-fire fill the air that was slowly drained of oxygen, the survivors finding it increasingly harder to breath.>95 Confederates surrenderedBelow in the surface cities the Necrolyte Legion and Reconstructed fight side-by-side with deadly effectiveness as they sweep through building to building. Confederate and Osjiic both are unable to stand against them, the Voidsinger Commander fighting with a fury that impresses you from afar.The Lavafathers moons are increasingly surrounded by new stone ships manned by stonestars and obsidianborn constructs. They prepare themselves for war, their fledgling but rapidly expanding fleet awaiting the time you called upon them.
>>46231848Btw, you mentioned that the confederates had a special interest regarding the planet. Can we do a survey on the confederate holdings on the planet, and places they had investigated? Could we brain-drain some scientists to see if they found anything particularly interesting?
>read up on quest to prepare for this session>be pumped as shit>quest starts>forget fucking everything about itjesus fuck this goddamn brain.
>>46231800>>46231758>>46231635>>46231598Manglers do in fact hover and levitate like the Looms. They have a built in siphon jet that is more like a ramjet with it's size it uses to zip around.>>46231513Giving it a telekinetic brain would petrify it like the Dirges and Requiems but it is doable I suppose.>>46231406Like 95% complete or so>>46231905once you capture it and the inhabitants you will be able to search and interrogate.
>>46231973I would vote against embedding glutton spheres into other units. Doing so basically limits the unit to a single role (big ass crystal telepath) and there really isn't a point in doing this with more than one unit type. We shouldn't forget that crystalline units are completely immobile.
>>46231973We hadn't constructed any Requiems, so I was just wondering if this frame is more suited to teleikinetics than the plain 'big-dude' giant frame, because of it's armour.Maybe build one of each, and have them fight each other and some examples of prospective opposition, to establish the superior model.
>>46231848There was much to do and tend to.The Plainsrunners are acclimating to their first days living with the colonists, Jor and Red-Leaf-Strains sharing stories and walking together through the Colony.The hurricanes break over Rukor, the ructu finally emerging from their burrows to inspect the damage to their above-ground homes and to dig up their buried canoes and boats. Free of the storms threat they inspect the dreamstone obelisks, a number of them remarking how one god is deposed and another force erects a monument in its place. They are generally replied with how the Ahkam stole food while the Armada has provided food.You were expecting the Eyegore sent to search for these potential allies the Masked promised you to arrive and report back any moment.Your prisons swell with captives and enslaved, languishing or given mindless repetitive tasks.Stonestar students and soldiers learn quick and adeptly, the keen aliens almost ready to return to their patron after studying in the tutelage of your Think Tanks.There was much to do. What shall you do first?
>>46232037What a minute, did Jyoti not add that huge list we put together at the end of the last thread?Create 500 Dirges: 12500BCreate 200 Scourges: 1200BCreate 101 Think Tanks: 1010B 1010MCreate 50 Demi Think Tanks: 250B 250MCreate 50 Cauldrons: 1000B 1000MCreate 80 Devouring swarms: 6400BCreate 500 Glutton Spheres (Necrotic): 7500B 2500MCreate 200 Large Glutton Spheres (Necrotic): 1200B 600MConstruct 3 Biomass Farms: 60900B 16500MConstruct 37 Fungal Lichen Farms (In Agona's fortress): 5550B 740MConstruct 5 Mining Facilities: 25000B 100000MConstruct 5 Small Craft Pylons: 4000B 3000MConstruct 20 Sub-Capitol Pylons: 20000B 16000MConstruct 10 Capitol Pylons: 15000B 12000MBuild 5 Omega Fleets: 3650B 8000MBuild 10 Reaper Fleets: 1800B 4150MBuild 37 Corvettes: 1665B 12950Build 22 Frigates: 1320B 9900MBuild 15 Boarding Frigates: 1500B 3300MBuild 10 Boarding Cruisers*Build 17 Light Cruisers: 1360B 8840MBuild 10 Heavy Cruisers: 900B 6300MBuild 20 Bloat Carriers*Build 15 Terrordomes: 1725B 6450M (Place 5 of these on the surface of Horizon's Drop)Build 13 Battlecruisers: 2600B 11050MBuild 8 Hangar Battlecruisers: 3120B 6480MBuild 12 Destroyers*Build 10 Battleships*
>>46232037While we're at it, should we come up with a few Large Reconstructed. We have the Devastator as a fortification-breaker, we could have a Brute with big guns as a frontliner, with a Crawler artiliary platform, and a Drake as a long-distance carrier for flatbody gargoyles, as examples.
>>46232139Well first we should stop being needlessly mean to any of the living under our control. They may have fought against us at one point but we already have there free will. We should let them try to live there life as they choose to, as long as they don't betray us or work against us what difference does it make.
>>46232139With the prisoners, shall we split them into three groups.Group 1 goes to the necrolyte region. They are the healthy and those with military training.Group 2 goes to the brain-draining, and then recycling. They are the scientists and engineers, and officers who might have knowledge useful to the Armada.Group 3 are the remainder, and they can either be sent back to our non-combatant colonies for integration, or if they are high-threat, sent off as suplimentary subjects for experimentation.
>>46232037>>46232165Oh no, I definitely added that. There was no order for Requiems though, unless I missed it and it wasn't included in that list. >>46231606You can. I call them Chatter Bugs
>>46232139Could we, once the necrotic experiments are completed; work out a way in which the living can willingly channel their life essence to power us. Let's give Jor a chance to be a proper preist-king over the living.
>>46231703Let's call it the Abyss obelisk. Hard to make and can't change what kind of energy they can hold so they have to be made with the type in mind.Can hold a fuck huge amount of energy.Only way to get the energy out of it is to destroy it. Use them wisely
>>46232303>Chatter BugsThis both amuses me, and saddens me that Jadyk will never share his puns with anyone.Did you add the orders for the think tanks, cauldrons, devouring swarms and glutton spheres btw? Didn't notice them in the OP.
>>46232353Let's wait until the experiments are over. We could unlock ways for sphere carriers to channel their energy to us or our generals.
>>46232279We don't need to drain them tho. We got that devise that can scan there brain and can do so without harm if you set it to its lowest intensity, it just takes a day or two
>>46232379>>46232303Whoops! I did forget some things. I took the costs for them but forgot to add them, oops
>>46232407No, the interface is always lethal when used on the living. That was what I was refering to when I meant 'brain-drain'.
>>46232379We should keep that one Akham we have as a pet, always with us. We will finally have someone to torment with our puns
>>46232407>"These probes can drain the knowledge of a living target at the cost of their life."
>>46232436Then we should make a none lethal version. There info is nice but the creativity of a living brilliant mind is better
>>46232418Awesome, please don't forget about all the construction write ins either, we need those resources!
>>46232490We don't need creative minds, we have think tanks for that. All they are good for is biomass.
>>46232441Yes! If we can find a way to shrink him down to the size of a cat even better! Every power hungry man needs a cat sized creature to pet as they monolog.And having that creature be a defeated enemy makes it all the better
>>46232139Seems to be:>Offer Captives as a whole a chance to willingly subjugate themselves to your rule, split them up appropriately.Any other suggestions?
>>46232515And treating them like that is bad for our reputation. How are we going to get buddy buddy with the plant guys (the most powerful potential allies we have) if we behave as evil as we once was?
>>46232574I would vote against this. We have no reason to treat them any differently than our other captives, and I doubt they have any ground breaking research in their heads we havent already unlocked.
>>46232574Yes, but let them know that ether way they are ours. The ones that choose not to help will become second class citizens. The once that do help get a better life for them and there family
>>46232592Like they'll ever find out. We're already conducting non-consensual experimentation on living beings on our secret research planet. There is no ethical argument to be made here. They only knew we weren't using people as food because of the planty nature of our base biomass supplies.
>>46232574Let's go hit up the lavafather. He's been asking for an audience for days now and we can ask him to imbue his power upon Agona.That came out kind of wrong...
>>46232621But that is how we treat all our other captives. We let them choose civilian life or a better life helping us
>>46232621We don't need general research, we need to know how the station functions and what they were placed their for. Both things that should be known by that group.
>>46232636No, fuck that, we are only deliberately evil when we gain from doing so in ways we couldn't have otherwise.
>>46232636We don't know how much they know. They have been shown to be very smart and observant. We NEED them on our side because they would make great friends and devastating enemies.
>>46232659And we can get all of that by dominating them and forcing them to tell our think tanks. Right now we need living bodies for our cities more than we need intel that can be easily obtained in other ways.
>>46232659Besides, loyal as the domination spikes make them, it's better to keep our dependance on the living to a minimum when it comes to our infastructure. There is nothing that they can do that a Think Tank and a group of puppet-socked reconstructed can't do.
>>46232651No it came out just right. Let the lava daddy shoot his hot power deep in to Agona's willing form.
I have a feeling we won't be an unknown party for long. The Confederates, the Osjiic and the Akham all have lost large amounts of ships in our quadrant of space and now we're actively taking their systems.Plantbros might be one of our only options for allies unless we can find another friendly face out there some friendly RED ghoulish faces
>>46232698They are entirely within our power, and we have stripped them of free will with the spikes, so their enemy potential is zero. and I doubt their faction will consider us ally potential ever given that their faction likely remembers the Wormstar and the Armada, given what we've seen from those robot autopsies.
>>46232747That's why not being a dick to the living and doing this idea >>46231546 to secure an alliance is so important!
>>46232279>Group 1 goes to the necrolyte region. We have never sent anyone directly to the necrolyte legion directly after they are captured, we give them time to acclimate to our ways. We haven't even added the Akham and Osijic captured in the last battle to their ranks yet, fuck, it was the necrolyte legion THAT CAPTURED THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE.>Group 2 goes to the brain-draining, and then recycling. They are the scientists and engineers, and officers who might have knowledge useful to the Armada.Brain draining is only useful for immediate interogation in the field when no other options are available. Now that they have been safely enslaved and dominated, we have no reason to do this as means of learning what they know. >Group 3 are the remainder, and they can either be sent back to our non-combatant colonies for integration, or if they are high-threat, sent off as suplimentary subjects for experimentation.See previous points, this is just a bad and fundamentally wasteful plan. They are fundamentally more useful to us alive and willing than dead.
>>46232766I'm taking about the plant people not the confederates. We need the plants on our side
>>46232790Hmmm... Ya. We need them as allies. And that plan to get the light drinker off there back would help a lot. But its risky
>>46232790What would an alliance benefit the plant people. They are a neutral faction willing to trade with us, which is probably one of the better options we are going to get, given the reaction of most of the other factions are either shady or outright genocidal towards us.We have little to offer them, and they have a lot to offer us. In an alliance they would be the ones calling the shots, similar to the power balance between us and the lavafather now.
>>46232790It's a little too risky. First of all it would require telling Akka-Tor to her face we no longer trust her, and would also require filling in the plantbros on our dark and sordid past, which they currently know nothing of. Let's hold off on doing this for the time being.
>>46232886The problem with a possible alliance with the plant folk is the differences in our civilizations goals. We are an agressively expanding power, and they are an economic power focused on consolidating their hold on territory they already have. We are all but certain to actively clash with the three major powers that be in the galaxy, and they mostly just want to stay out of it and grow within their own domain.
>>46232574Prisoners:>Lance-Commander Roktir Osjiic>Dne'tec Ahkam Male>Captain Dretst, Vorh Confederate>2 Voidsingers>255 Osjiic>230 Ahkam forces>310 Confederate Soldiers>225 Confederate non-combatantsWould you like to split up the captured soldiers, sending them to penitent services in preparation for eventual service in the Legion?>Y/N?Non-Combatants will be sent to Horizon's Drop where they will be housed in the Capitol upon it's nearing completion. Scientists, engineers, technicians, and the like will be interrogated by Think Tanks for any useful knowledge.Seeing talk of:Speak with the Lavafather>Y/N?Speaking to the Armatocere or Akka-Tor seems conflicted
>>46233061>>YWhat sort of penitent services are we talking here? Are they going to man the hunting outposts on Horizons Drop and Ructor with the other captives?>Y
>>46232948She already knows we are a bit wherry of her, and we don't need to go full alliance with them yet, but getting the light drinker who has been a major thorn in there side (pun intended) would be a great step to that>>46232886Part of the benefit is that we are basically the only ones who are willing to work with them at all. Every one else is kill on sight to us and the plants.We are outcasts and we will stick together We of plant, animal, and stone Vine, rock, boneWe will stand not alone Show how we have grownIn a galaxy that we will own
>>46233061YYI think we should try to talk the light drinker in to leaving the plants alone but it might be wise to open with our own version of hello darkness my old friend to butter her up
>>46233157>>46233061>Horizon's Drop hunting outposts>Rukor fishing/hunting outposts>Repairing damage to Ructu villages>Improving Ructu villages>Working in the minesAny suggestions for potential work for them?
>>46233216>repair the villages>upgrade the villagesBut give them uniforms that let everyone know they are part of the armada. I don't want our good deeds attributed to another faction even by accident
>>46232036But..they can move under their own power.
>>46233216Maybe helping Capital City construction
>>46233216>>Horizon's Drop hunting outposts>>Rukor fishing/hunting outposts>>Repairing damage to Ructu villages>>Improving Ructu villagesThese first four. Something about the idea of forcing former Akham soldiers forced to serve the very people they were just oppressing fills me with joy, and it will go a long way to show that will serve the Worm, one way or another. Besides, after a week of being lorded over by these squishy crustacean people they'll be begging to be let into the Necrolyte Legion.
>>46233158Nice poem mate>>46233061Can we speak to the Armatocere just to talk with them? I like talking with them
>>46233311Forget the first one and I'll agree. Horizons drop is already over hunted by us. It's biosphere probably can't take much more
>>46233336I want to show them our mask. I don't know I just really like... Something about them. There comfy, but useful. I don't know I can't finds words for it
>>46233375I thought we stopped hunting for a time. And this an entire planetary biosphere we're talking about here, I'm sure a hundred or so hunters spread over the entire continent wont make much of a dent.
>>46233421They are complimentary to ourselves.That, and they are literal couch potatoes.
>>46233424We almost depopulated an entire hemisphere before we embraced the glory of KeLp fuckin ya! We are lucky there wasn't a collapse of the food chain. From now on we should only hunt to get more samples for research
>>46233061Think Tanks and Reconstructed channeling your voice travel through your prisons explaining your plans for your many captives. There was much protesting and demands for fair treatment but they are silenced through the domination spikes. You tell them they will have a comfortable or even thrilling life if they were to willingly serve you and with that you bid them to think on their choices as they are shipped out.Carriers transport the prisoners across your worlds, former soldiers and enemies forced to live and work together from that point on under the watchful gaze of the Reconstructed. Hunting outposts are manned once more and several more built on both Horizon's Drop and Rukor. Boats and hover-transports to carry hunters and fishers being crafted for their arrival.The Ructu flee into their burrows as ships descend to hover above their villages. Unarmed Talons drop down and approach the few brave ructu that stayed above with their fishing spears and knives, explaining to them in their own language how the forces of those that served the Ahkam would return to their world but to serve their penance. Talons explain to the village elders how the soldiers that once stole their food would return to rebuild their villages and improve them for the next hurricane season. It takes some convincing but nearly all of the village agree and by the end of the day disgruntled ahkam soldiers are ferried to a Barracks built underwater to house them when they weren't busy.The non-combatants, those taken from the Station 88 and the Confederate ships, are taken to the moon base of Horizon's Drop, since expanded and improved for the Legion. There they wait until the capitol is completed.
>>46233498You turn your sights to the Lavafathers moons and the growing fleets. Impressed by their growth you know it is past time to speak to the Lavafather and you send a mental message to him through a Think Tank that drifted close to the Lavafathers Ambassador at all times."I am most pleased by your progress, Lavafather. Very impressive," you say and the Obsidianborn construct shudders in surprise at the sudden message.The Lavafathers responds with amusement tinging his rough voice, "You honor me Lich-Lord. To be honest I was afraid you had forgotten about your vassal. To what do I owe the pleasure?" he seemed to be in a much more jovial mood than you had ever heard from the elemental.>What shall you speak about?
>>46233460Ya. They are like us but with plants.We are bothe pragmatic but they survive by isolation and strong defense and we survive by conquest and strong offense They are the ying to yang We are perfect for each other. If only they can see just how happy we can be and... Oh god... I'm shipping fictional factions in a quest thread on 4chan. This is unexpected
>>46233561Hetalia: Jyoti edition.
>>46233539What do you remember of Akka-tor? Did you ever get contacted by the masked? I have some questions about both and I wish to know your thoughts on them.
>>46233539I apologize for taking so long to get back to you, I have had to share my time with many as of late. How goes your fleet building?Once the small talk is done, ask how he would feel about sharing a small part of his elemental power with Agona and her sister. Explain the greatest of our reconstructed are imbued with mastery over a unique source of energy, and we haven't been able to find an appropriate one to bestow upon her. Also stress that this is a request, and we would take no offense if he refused for his own reasons.
>>46233539Ask if he can grant part of his power to our punisher generalsExplain how our crystal tech works and see if he can use his power to add to them in some way. I think he can seeing as obsidian is a kind of crystal and he can make that stuff fucking dance!Ask if he himself can be upgraded or improved Ask just what kind of power he uses anyway? It's not void necrotic or akham so what is it?And most importantly, compliment his new hat. He doesn't have a new has but we should compliment it anyway. Just to be a silly old skeleton
>>46233606>>46233589>>46233561>tfw you figure that Jyoti probably actually does have a positive faction modifier between them and us on both sides.
>>46233652>>46233708This stuff sounds good. And his hat is very nice>tfw hat is code for masked>tfw we develop elaborate codes and phrases to talk about the masked without the masked knowing >tfw we never explain the code to anyone >tfw no one knows it's code and we just look like a crazy boney bastard
>>46233715I just get the impression of retired reconstructed tending to a garden. But the garden is plant people.Overall the scene looks pleasant but little do we know that if ether of them had the parts they would have raging erections. I need to sleep more
>>46233539"Apologizes for the long silence. Things have been quite hectic and my attention required in many places. How goes your fleet building?" you ask cordially, well prepared to offer aid should they require it."Exponentially after gaining a foothold on our sister moon. A good source of ore and stone despite being a cold world. Forgive the sudden change but I must say something, Lord Jadyk," he pauses as if waiting for permission then continues, "I saw the battle your fleet waged against the Ahkam and those Osjiic you spoke of. Very well fought, my lord. You bring honor the Armada once more and makes me proud that our paths crossed. I can only hope my Obsidianborn children can someday fight alongside your Reconstructed.""The day draws closer, my friend. Thank you for the praise but I must ask you about one of our old comrades from the Grand Armada," you say, "Does the name Akka-Tor sound familiar?""The Wraith Queen? I never met her myself but my patron had dealings with her wraiths if I remember correctly. Never liked the look of them. Nothing to grab or burn," he rumbles"Indeed. I had an encounter with her recently.""Is she going to join us in the New Armada?" he asks curiously"I highly doubt it, at least in the foreseeable future," lightyears away from the conversation your claws drum on the armrest of your stone throne at the heart of the Charnel Vault, "I have a request of you, my friend. A request you are free to turn down but one I would be in debt to you for.">cont
>>46234132You can almost feel the Lavafather perk up, "Tell me, Lord Jadyk and I shall do my best to fulfill it.""I would request something that may not even be possible. Punisher Agona and her new sister, Punisher Muic, they are among my strongest creations. I would request your aid, great Lavafather, to make them even more formidable. Two branches of my Generals control elemental powers of their own, but the Punishers lack a unique gift," your Reconstructed on his moon can feel the ground start to rumble and the volcano spewing more molten stone.You fear it is anger until you hear him chuckle and he cuts in, "You wish for me to grant the powers of the Obsidianborn to the Punishers," he says, more a statement than a question."Simply put, yes," you say and wait for his answer.The moon rumbles as he mulls over the request, "Very well. Send me Punisher Agona and I will grant her the abilities of the Obsidianborn. This request I grant you, Lord Jadyk. Our strength will grow together."The Lavafather will grant Punisher Agona abilities taken from his own power.The Obsidianborn and Reconstructed will grow ever closer with this fusion of power.>Any other subjects to discuss?
>>46234051I look at your post, but it translates into my brain as a Lich having a harem of Dryads and Spriggans.
>>46234255>The Obsidianborn and Reconstructed will grow ever closer with this fusion of power.So, when does Jadyk and the Lavafather fuse together to become Space-Sauron / Melkor?Actually, when we inevitably become so powerful as to be a Celestial Object, we should totally be like Fomalhaut, and actually be a giant space Eye centered around a lonely star burning brighter than any other.
>>46234255Talk about all of this>>46233708>>46234260 I see it more as an old man with a flower garden and secretly has a super fetish for having a nice flower garden. It's something mostly normal but they enjoy it WAY too much
>>46234344I have never before heard of fomalhaut. What is that?>>46234255Go ahead and ask some of this>>46233708
>>46234255Ask him what his plans are now that his children and servants wander the stars, and if we can help in any way to bring it about.
>>46234407Fomalhaut is one of the brightest stars known to humanity, it's even visible in the night sky, hell, it's one of the anchor points we have used to map everything we see of the cosmos.It's got debris discs around it that make it look like a giant eye, and an extra-solar planet.A lot of people think of it as the "Eye of Sauron with a wraith planet."
>>46234255Ask him what he thinks about the plant guys
Ask if the lava father would be agreeable to the void nights checking the stone star population for initiatives They would be loyal to the order but sent back to him to hostler his forces with void Power
>>46234482Kind of spooky that they dubbed the planet 'Dagon'. I mean, that just screams eldritch shit to me.
>>46234482Cool. But if we would be a celestial body we would be a nebula.Born from the death of a starAlways changing Forever moving Taking what came before and making something new
>>46234628It's an excessively young Star that forms the pupil of a giant burning eye, that has a (Hopefully) dead planet swimming around it.
>>46234679You want us to be Shumanth-Ghun? The Black Nebula?
Offer dirge technology to lava father
>>46234255Shit man, our inner circle is going to be overpowered as fuck.Soon enough our generals will be able to just point an an enemy ship and turn it to space debris.
>>46234739That's the plan!
>>46234734>Giant, Floating, Telekinetic and Telepathic sapient volcano continent.
>>46234739Punishers-SolarKnights-VoidHunters-ArcWe need a Necrotic general unit.
>>46234739Like the wormstars that came before us we are the patron of the new armada granting powers to those that serve us>>46234717YES>>46234692It's possible that it's not a dead planet. The odds are slim but still there. It's probably necrons or just some fagot name bob who will nip at ya for gettin too close
>>46234801No no no, the punishers are getting the Lavafather's powers. And they all have mastery over the necrotic, the other powers are additions to that.
>>46234801>Who is jor and what is necromancy >>46234796Add crystal tech (that he will be a boss at because most crystals are volcanic) and he could remake the lower crust and upper mental of the moon into crystal and he could move his moon to wherever he fucking wants to be
>>46234889The powers are based on destiny's Element system. Solar is fire. Also we need a general class nits that specializes in Necrotic.
>>46234255Already Agona is preparing for her trip back to the Lavafathers moon, turning her tasks over to Muic to oversee until her own eventual enhancement."Tell me, Lavafather. What are your plans now that you and your children have reached the stars?" you ask"Just like you. To explore and learn. There is only so much we can learn from inside a volcano but with my children we shall reach the stars and explore them alongside your armada. My Stonestar yearn to expand. The Ahkam brought the universe to our door and you have opened the door to the cosmos for them," the volcano rumbles in the distanceYou let out a laugh of your own, "I never thought I'd be making friends like yourself. Once, all I cared about was consuming the galaxy for the Wormstar. Now I've been uplifting and protecting the primitive and weak. I'm doting on the living, when once I would've carelessly tossed them into a Cauldron," you tap the wooden mask against the stone throne, "Yet I don't regret it," you admit to yourself as much to him.Changing the subject you bring up the Dirges and the weaponized telekinesis and a rain-soaked gargoyles watches as a spout of magma sprays from the caldera. The Lavafather is needless to say, quite interested in the technology saying it is more than worth upgrading Agona for."Just say the word should you require anything else from the Armada, my friend. The New Necrotic Armada takes care of it's members and we will have much need for you fleets in the future," you say, thanking him once more before you break the connection.
>>46234907>The powers are based on destiny's Element system.No . . . ? They are similar, but that is mainly because Jyoti looks at things in other media and goes "That's cool, let's do stuff with that idea."So, here, Fire is probably fucking Fire, and Light is probably it's own thing.
>>46234955I'm now picturing a skeletal lich doting over the living like a worried mother.I'm torn between it being horrifying and cute.
>>46235160Can't have the dead without the living! If there's no living, where will the dead come from?
>>46235160>>HogFather Jaydk whenYou can't give a child a obsidian sceptre!>But it's educationalShe could accidentally drain someone!>Then she will have learnt a very valuable lesson
>>46235160Hey man, I'll have you know some undead get along just fiiine with the living.
>>46234955As you finish the conversation with the Lavafather you are alerted to a status update from Lorgul. His Disciples spotted the wreckage of the Guardians fighter cratered into the side of a mountain but the undead was nowhere to be found.The crash-site was near where the entrance to one of your mines was nestled into the side of a mountain range and the sparse presence of Reconstructed within the mines put onto high alert. One of the Disciples departs from his fighter to attempt tracking the Osjiic undead on foot, their personal guard of Shock Trolls and Gargoyles scouting the area.Elsewhere Predator Eiton encounters his first necrotic cyborgs, the new undead dashing eagerly into combat against them. Nekris continues his hunt of the confederates but watches through a nearby flat gargoyle as the cyclopean General dismantles the undead.Down on the surface the Necrolytes had yet to suffer a fatality despite the high number of wounds. Reconstructed personally guided by the Deep Rot protecting their living comrades zealously, even dragging the wounded away from battle or placing themselves in harms way. They were progressing rapidly through the city, the Disciple leading the Reconstructed reducing several heavily defended buildings to rubble when they wouldn't surrender.Your Generals and soldiers work hard to complete their missions and bring honor to themselves and the Armada. Once again you were struck with amusement at how quickly the Legionnaires had switched from fighting each other to fighting alongside each other and the undead. The adaptability of the living was quite astounding, you realize. A trait that likely proved key to the Armadas original defeat.There was much to be done. What shall you tend to next?>Speak to captives>Speak to subjects>Speak to other faction (who?)>Create troops/ships>Other
>>46235319>>Speak to captivesour standard questioning regime
>>46235319>>Speak to other faction (who?)Blackscales.
I like how we probably care more about the lives of our enslaved soldiers than their original factions did.
>>46235319>>Create troops/shipsConstruct 3 Biomass Farms: 60900B 16500MConstruct 37 Fungal Lichen Farms (In Agona's fortress): 5550B 740MConstruct 5 Mining Facilities: 25000B 100000MConstruct 5 Small Craft Pylons: 4000B 3000MConstruct 20 Sub-Capitol Pylons: 20000B 16000MConstruct 10 Capitol Pylons: 15000B 12000M
>>46235319>subjects and captivesAlso let's put a cauldron inside the beast of rukor so it can eat ships and poop out tiny versions of itself
>>46234612Seconding this if we make the lava father understand they will become undead under our command when they reach high enough power
>>46235319Talk to the plant guysLet's see what new tech we are willing to trade
>>46235319As you were deciding to question the leaders and officers of your most recent captives your Eyegore finally sends you the long awaited alert to it exiting FTL.The small flash signals it's arrival, newly upgraded engines giving off barely any void energy. A dark sun orbited by a handful of planets spreads out before your Eyegore as it looks throughout the system and spreading it's remote satellites.Discovered:>Old Red Star>1 Rocky airless planet>1 Inhabited World with a single moon>Asteroid belt>2 Jovian worldsThe Eyegore zooms in on the inhabited world, jungles with dark leaves stretching across the main continent and choking the many rivers and swamps. Small settlements are placed throughout the continent but your attention is drawn to the large dark ship in orbit. It's hull is black and jagged like broken stone and bristling with weapons. The size of a destroyer if floats, surrounded by a handful of mismatched ships, Osjiic and Confederate among their ranks.The same symbol of the crumbling eclipsed sun that was found on the skulls of the cyborgs were painted or carved into the hulls of the ships. Your Eyegore watches from afar, hoping these strangers were unable to detect it.Eyegore has arrived in the system pointed out by the MaskedDo you wish to initiate contact now, or wait?
>>46235438It's one of the more interesting parts of this situation. We could end up doing better by our living subjects than many of the living factions. We demand absolutely loyalty, but you might as well have a decent life while you're part of the empire. Like a kind of "Pax Necrona".
>>46235820Yes, time to greet our orphaned brethren.
>>46235820Yes also can we equipe the beast of rukor so it can barf out smaller beasts of rukor
>>46235820Yes contact now
>>46235820Oh hell yessss, time to bring the Blackscales into the fold. If they actually worship necrotic powers like we've heard, or even better, if they worship the Wormstar by name, this should be a joyful reunion.
>>46235820The Eyegores remote satellite jets closer to the planet and the black ship before broadcasting a few short bursts of static through the common communication waves and a confederate frigate quickly pulls away from the pack, searching for the small device before your voice calls through the airwaves, "I am Jadyk of the Wormstar. I call out to the other orphans of the dead sun, please answer," hailing the approaching ship.The ship drifts to a halt with a burst of retrothrusters. There is a long silence and you were about to call out once more when a voice, human but warped, answers your hail, "What is your intent? Who are you and why have you approached this system? Answer swiftly," it demands.What shall you say?
>>46236107I am what remains of the wormstar let us rejoice or we have found eachother
>>46236107It is as I have said, I seek fellow descendants of the shattered sun (emit pulse of our distinctive brand of Necrotic Energy here). Are you the blackscales? I wish to parley, and show you the glory of your heritage.
>>46236107I am Jadyk, former disciple of the Wormstar, and fellow bearer of Necrotic energy. I seek the Blackscales, to speak with them, and take their measure.
>>46236107We know who and what you are and we have studied your handiwork and it is clever but your grasp if the wormstar language is... sloppy. But most of all it is Promising, what you require is a teacher and a like minded allyDoes that pique your interest?
>>46236292Maybe imply there is a lot more they can learn if they are willing
>>46236107>>46236292We wish to speak to you about your grammar.
So just a random idea, what if Jaydk rebuilt himself out of metal wreathed bone with crystal sponge armour and telekinetic crystal implants Jaydk: "check out my shiny new body!Hail Jaydk greatest lich lord of the blingdom!
>>46236375We're not angry just disappointed
>>46236375My wife's second language is English. She also berates me on my butchering of my native tongue
>>46236421>>46236375 This is largely why I have never tried running my own civI am aware it's bad but I am also blind to it unless it is pointed out (autocorrect from my phone doesn't help either)
>>46236498You realize we're talking bout the Blackscale's usage of the runes of Wormstar, and not your post right?
>>46236498I thought he was talking about the sun scales having shitty wormstar/us being in a fatherly role for them
>>46236107You clack your jaw, annoyed you must repeat yourself but you call out once more, "I am Jadyk, former disciple and successor of the Wormstar, wielder of the power Necrotic. I seek the Blackscales, to speak with them and take their measure. Will you deign to speak with me, my brothers?"There is a short silence, "You speak to them. We never knew the light of the Wormstar, only the hatred from the Solar and Void. What makes you worthy to measure us?" the voice was growing harsher, angry."I was the greatest of its champions, the last surviving member of it's armies. I am the inheritor of its will and I would welcome those descended from it's power into my Armada. I shall judge whether or not you are worthy of a place of honor and power in my Armada, what say you? Will we meet?" you ask through the Eyegore.In the distance you watch as the ships slowly begin to grow hazy, the light shimmering faintly around all but the destroyer. The others, including the nearby frigate, fade from view, "Then come, Jadyk of the dead Wormstar. Come to this world and seek us out. Come face our challenge and we each see if the other is worthy. We've heard your name, in our nightmares and egg-dreams. The great failure of the Wormstar," the spit, the voice no longer human but hissing and growling yet you can still understand them, "Come to this world, Lich, and prove yourself worthy. We Blackscales have no reason to prove ourselves, we have persisted and survived while you were defeated."The Destroyer fades from view rapidly, much faster than the others and you cannot even detect their necrotic energy signatures.You clack your jaw in frustration, the Eyegore turning to the planet below as a surge of Necrotic energy below signals you. As the world turned, you spot in the band of twilight a large structure of stone emerging from the dark jungle. Ruins of ancient stone hidden among the plant-life.The Blackscales demand you prove yourself worthy. They invite you to find them.
>>46236410Even now you aim too low. -void infused bone (maximum infusion)-crystal glutton eyes (3 eyes one for each prime energyMetal covered bone (if we found any super metal use that-the entire life force and power of an adult Akham for a heart-KeLp hare fuckin ya-flesh made from the corpse of the wormstar More shit to follow until we hit cringe OC levels
>>46236554Speak in the wormstar tongue call them bitches then walk over there alone and fuck them with our spear
>>46236597I like it. Condescendingly swear at them in a tongue they can barely understand.
>>46236554And I must call it here for the night. Sorry for my absence this last week.Thread is archived, please vote if you can. The imaginary points make me feel good about myself.Hope folks had fun, I know I did. Sorry it was a somewhat lackluster thread but Saturday should be more active.Feel free to discuss troop and ship order or creation ideas and plot among yourself. I'll be up a little bit longer and answer questions.
>>46236554First charge up as much as we can! Visit the necrotic star system the masked fucked over if needed. Then go. Bring our biggest best ship but we will go to the planet alone. We are the worm and they dare call us a failure! We shall make them beg like the dogs they are!
>>46236658Can we make a ship or station the mask's necro star that uses the power of the void to avoid falling in? That way we can uber charge ourselves
>>46236658Thanks for running Jyoti, if it's okay I'd like to test out some of those large reconstructed.Build 100 Gunships: 3000B 14000MCreate 400 Brutes: 24000B 18000MCreate 100 Crawlers: 11000B 9000MCreate 100 Drakes: 8000B 6000MCreate 100 RequiemsCreate 50 Devastators
>>46236662>be shadowscale>chillin, see something>it's a lovecraftian nightmare that looks spooky skeletal >whats that on its head>its that skelly we told to fuck off>calls me a bitch in the language the wormstar priests use>slaps me with his spear
>>46236867 Yeah like this but more "you stupid fucks can't do shit i'm a spooky Fucking skeleton "
>>46236924So like this?
>>46236924Or like this?
>>46236924Or maybe this?
>>46236662That system was described as dangerous, if we're going there, we should jump a little bit outside the system and then move as close as we think possible.>>46236777More biofarms!More Mining Facilities!More Omega Fleets!So, 3 more biomass farms 60,900B 1,6500M5 more mining facilities 25,000B 100,000M5 more Omega fleets 3,650B 4800M10 more Reaper fleets 2,000B 4,200MTotal: 91550B 110650M
>>46236554Is it time to bring out and test our flagship?Lets contact the Armatocere and see if they have any tech to detect cloaked units. In addition search through our captured if anyone knows of such tech and has some understanding of it. If all fails, lets just put our thinks tanks on this task.
>>46237381Exponential growth, always a good thing.
>>46234255>The Lavafather will grant Punisher Agona abilities taken from his own power.>The Obsidianborn and Reconstructed will grow ever closer with this fusion of power.Did we just marry off our daughter?
>>46238240Marrying a Virgin off to a volcano wonder if she will be deep fried or crispy How about as a demonstration of our disappointment in their out right hostility We have 100 if the large constructed dirges attend and rip the structure out if the swamp and place it in orbit
let's create giant crab siege machine, that create smaller units
>>46239576That would be a pretty historic 'fuck you little shits'. Bet the masked would get a chuckle from that. Have we equipped our flagship or the Fury of Wormstar with a tractor beam yet? We could just bring it up into orbit instead of going down there to check it out.
>>46236658That pic is how on imaging the capitol now. Moebius has to be one of the beat artists ever
When should Nekris and Eiton search for living folks able to channel the Arc?
>>46240085>>46239576This is by far the best way to go about "proving ourselves", making them shit their pants. >Our face when we revived their bullshit message
Arrive riding a small frigate land on planet beging walking up steps if temple the. Pause. "You know I really enjoy the concept of trying to prove our strength to one another but I feel we should try this again, on a somewhat different footing" Have our flag ship and a quarter of our fleet arrive in system with 100-200 requiems pull the temple into orbitDeclare over every channel in the wormstars tongue "knock knock"
>>46252341Speaking of requiems I suggest we decorate the flagship like the capital in wormstar obelisks and requiems All about impressive the hearts and minds of the people.. Specify the mind effects
GraveQM what is the obelisks made out of
>>46253783Usually it's a giant carved slab if obsidian from the lava father covered in script in the wormstars language
So I'm guessing with the flashback of our defeat that our phylactery was sealed away in the mountain prison and our body reformed around it in a simplified human form?
>>46254294Speaking which, should we create another or upgrade our body?
>>46239576>>46240085>>46252341We should totally do this if we can. Also take our generals and bring the pet Ahkam along with us.
>>46255077That sounds like a cool idea. We could model it on our current humanoid body type for convenience and consistency, and adopt a fleshier appearance to show our interest in the living and the privileged place in our armada they can earn for themselves. Yes I'm going exactly where you think I'm going with this.
How's it feel to be the one who personally took Reviewanon and ripped him to shreds until nothing was left?
>>46262075He stared into the abyss and the abyss swallowed him whole
>>46262075What's this now? Something happen over in /wqtg/?
>>46262075Are you saying Jaydk dumped him In to a cauldron?