You are the head researcher at a government facility. Your sole responsibility is to teach the world's first autonomous AI, nicknamed Pandora, about life, the world and her existence.Previously you had a heartfelt goodbye with your AI "daughter", who, as it turns out, didn't actually want you to go.You headed out with Babsy, the object of your affections, on your first ever date. You had a lovely time, even learning her real name was Theresa, until the bigoted antics of the local drunk nearly ruined your evening. But, some quick thinking and a little liquid courage worked wonders and you talked him down.Your reward was a kiss and you took it with the utmost grace and dignity and didn't act like a complete doofus at all.Welcome back to Pandora Quest!>Previous threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=pandora+quest>Twitter: https://twitter.com/AM_in_PM
Good to be back.
You are awoken by the sound of the shower's running water. You check the time and it's easily an hour before you usually get up, even at work. You can take the engineer out of the Facility, you think to yourself...You flop back in bed and wait for her to finish, checking your phone idly. Mouse, whom you don't recall ever giving your phone number, has left you around 10 messages, most of which are just varying numbers of eyebrow-waggling emojis. You're pretty sure this breaks about four different government protocols, but you just resolve to yell at her for yet another offense when you get back.Theresa exits the bathroom fully dressed in another sun dress; this one is a sort of powder blue with little screws, bolts and tools around the bottom."About time," she says, toweling her hair off "I was able to do some jogging and get a little yoga in while you were asleep. What's on the agenda for today?"You silently curse yourself for missing that and promise to never sleep in again. What do you tell her?
>>46720986Uh...hrrmm... pants then a coffee shop?
>>46721027Pants would be a good start. Writing!
>>46720986Breakfast and then a suprise picnic and walk that she definitely doesn't already know about somehow.
You fling the covers off your bed, completely forgetting you're only wearing your "Dr. Sexy" boxers and night shirt. In fact, you completely forget about it until you're already in the bathroom about to get into the shower, somehow horribly oblivious to the look you were getting from the woman in the room. It dawns on you eventually, though, and have the most shameful shower you've ever taken since college. You briefly consider never leaving the bathroom and simply drowning yourself in the tub.Eventually you make your way out, attempting to avoid eye contact with Theresa through any means necessary. "They were a gift...""I didn't say anything." she replies, obviously trying not to crack up.You head out for coffee and maybe some breakfast, hoping caffeine will soften the blow somehow. Eventually coming upon a small cafe, you grab a seat and order your morning meal. Eventually the topic of the date comes up."So, DOCTOR," she says this last word with a mischievous glint in her eye "what will we be doing for our date? I've been curious all morning.">Tell her.>It's a secret>Other (write in)
>>46721415>>It's a secret
>>46721415>It's a secretDon't we have a cooler full of picnic stuff?Doc is very bad at secrets.
>>46721415A little nature walk to a nice picnic spot maybe? (I hope we brought a good pair of shoes...)-I mean... Seecrets...
>>46721472It's in a large duffel bag you brought with you. Give the good doctor some credit. He did EARN those sexy PhDs.Writing.
You shake your head, giving your best "ah ah ah" finger waggle. "Secret. It's a surprise." you say with a small hint of cockiness."Hum..." Theresa ponders for a bit, tapping her fingers on her chin with a flesh hand and stirring her coffee with a mechanical one "Well, Mouse did say you'd have a big surprise for me later. Why you trusted her with any kind of secret, though, I'll never know."You don't recall telling her what you were going to oh my god. You sputter into your mug a bit. "Y-yeah...secrets...she...right.""Well, I can't wait!" she says excitedly "Mouse said we'd be up all night. I think I have a pretty good idea of what it'll be, and I'm certainly interested..." she gives you a knowing smirk.Another sputter into the mug and you nearly drop it this time. "Y-you...you are?""Of course." she says, buttering a piece of toast nonchalantly "What girl doesn't like going out dancing?""Da...yeah, haha. Ha. Dancing. You caught me!" you say, inwardly screaming.You have several hours before you scheduled your hike and picnic. There are more than enough tourist destinations to go to; an aquarium, a zoo, a museum, local shops, and the traditional movie.What do you do?
>>46721710>an aquariumAquariums are cool.
>>46721710A Zoo. Afterwards we can raid the gift shop.
>>46721771They might even have a wolf plushie or soemthing.
>>46721771>>46721890Spending way too much money on cheaply-made garbage ahoy! Writing.
>>46721890One can hope.Disappointed it's such a quiet night for anons. I've gotta go pretty soon too.
>>46722010Nice trip AM.
>>46722026Thanks, I dropped it myself.
>>46721890I feel that because she has a robot dog... A plushie might be irrelevent but wahey i guess that works.Just got back from seeing Hardcore Henry by the way... Not sure if thats super appropriate but still it made me think of this quest.
>>46722049Is that the movie which is just a live action FPS? Was it any good?
You figure a day at the zoo would be nice enough. Maybe you could even pick up a souvenir or two for Pandora. Maybe a plush of some sort.The zoo is pretty damn busy, tons of families on outings or couples on dates and the like. Still, it's decently big and has a pretty varied selection of animals to look at. They even have a few drone versions of extinct animals like rhinos and tigers walking around the grounds. It's worth a few pictures at least.You do notice something else, though. A lot of people are staring at Theresa. Kids pointing, people whispering, some giving disgusted or shocked looks at her augments. Does she have to deal with this everywhere she goes? You realize heavy cybernetics like hers aren't exactly common, but you never figured people would be so...openly rude about them.Either she she doesn't notice or has gotten used to the looks. You almost want to say something, but aren't sure if it'd ruin the mood...>Ask if she wants to go somewhere not full of dicks>Say nothing and silently take her hand>Other (write in)
>>46722239>Say nothing and silently take her hand
>>46722239>Say nothing and take her hand.The problem is anons, which hand are we going for? I can think of a bunch of awkward scenarios for both sets...
>>46722353Do robot hands have clamminess sensors?
>>46722379No, but if she has "this is the closest I've gotten to a girl in years" sensors, you're had.Writing!
>>46722239>>Say nothing and silently take her hand let's go directly to the store and get the hell out.
>>46722085I'd say so. The first person perspective was used to great effect. It wasn't particularly shaky-cam levels of blurry awfulness, and the perspectival nature was actually used for a couple of really neat twists in the story. I kind of got a bit of a Robocop tonal vibe honestly. Big Silly action movie with a silly premise thats well thought out. (that said i dont think it had anything deep or critical to say like robocop, but still it was put together rather intelegently).Also there's like a platforming segment and it does that thing that happens when you push on one of your eyes to make one look at a different thing. any requests anons?
>>46722679Pandora teaching Ares.
You decide against saying something. You don't want to ruin the atmosphere. Even if it is being filled with closed-minded assholes. Instead, you get a little bold and decide to up the "date" factor a bit.You reach down and take hold of her hand, one of the natural ones, and do your best to act natural. Theresa is surprised a bit, but she doesn't pull away. She simply smiles and continues walking, giving you a wordless glance. You can almost see a bit of a blush creep across her tan skin.You head to the gift shop after explaining you promised Pandora something from outside. You figure this'd be a good chance. Funny enough, Mouse asked for the same. You have a good laugh over the similarities to children they share.You decided on a small plush wolf and a t-shirt for Pandora and a shot glass for Mouse; apparently one of the perks to working on, what she refers to as "personal projects", is the occasional bottle of brandy or wine in congratulations for a job well done.After the shopping, some more pictures, including a picture together with the tiger drone, you head out from the zoo, getting your fill of both seeing animals and people with no tact.It's getting close to noon, prime time for a nature walk and picnic.>Head out on your date>Go elsewhere first (write in)>Other (write in)
>>46722679I certainly loved it. It wasn't any kind of deep story or anything, but the action was great and Sharlto Copley is one of my favorite actors.And yes, I thought about Pandora the whole time.
>>46722737>Head out on your date
>>46722737>>Head out on your date
>>46722844Anon, please, you're in public. Writing.
>>46722761I'd argue that the Uniqueness of Experience was a running theme. We never leave henry's perspective, and as such we kind of experience his development first hand and slowly start to mirror/create his personality, not unlike how one projects personality onto silent protags, Which is used VERY well at the end. Listen to your heart! What does it say? And to get into spoiler territory, the whole Twist that his experiences being chased and brutalized was secretly training blank cyborgs, and that his wifey memories was implanted, kind of played with the theme. The uniqueness of his experience was taken away and used to create antagonists, and only when he found something unique to him to cling to again that he overcame everything. Plus Jimmy he was all about experiencing new unique experiences and personalities, and lifestyle brands, to get over his own circumstances. While essentially retaining the core of himself. I might be one of those tossers that reads too much into things though so yeah. >>46722712On it.
You head back to the hotel room to pick up your cooler, which raises an eyebrow with Theresa, who has plenty of questions, but you remain tight-lipped about it the whole time, even during the cab ride to the park.You pull out a small map that shows your route to the camp ground. It's very scenic, full of long, winding paths through wooded areas, up and down a few hills and even through a small cave. It's all very "someone who never leaves the house going out into nature", but still pleasant all the same. Especially since that's pretty much you to a T. There's even some "ooh"s and "aww"s at a deer or two.You eventually make it to the spot you decided on and it couldn't be better. It's quiet, empty and serene. A quick flick of a blanket and you're ready to set up. You brought a decent spread, unsure of what she likes. Standard "picnic" stuff like sandwiches, potato salad and fruit. You even brought some traditional Indian cuisine, the majority of which you can't pronounce to save your life."Wow..." she says, looking at the meal before her "You really did go all out. I haven't had some of this since I was a girl...how'd you know?"You guessed. "I had a feeling."One toast later and you're enjoying lunch together, talking, chatting and getting liberal amounts of flirting in. The mood is relaxed and rather romantic, you do say so yourself. There's a lull in conversation, however, and you catch yourselves just kind of staring at eachother wordlessly. Oh man, is this a signal? Is she trying to tell you something? Did you just run out of things to say? Why are you so bad with women?!>Go for it, kiss the girl>Bring up something else to cut the tension>It's getting a little late, should we head back?>Other (write in)
>>46723301>Go for it, kiss the girlWhy would you make a post with only one vote option? Kinda weird AM.
>>46723301THERE IS NO POSSIBLE WAY FOR THIS TO FAIL!Kiss the Girl!
>>46723301>Erm... S-so that Mouse. Crazy right? W-what kinda hijinks you guys get up to?We're awkward. I feel it in my soul.
>>46723301>Wrap an arm around her shoulders and apologize for the bar and Zoo incidents.
>>46723362>>46723389Of course, of course.Roll 1d100 for no reason at all...just because... Best of 3.
Rolled 84 (1d100)>>46723492This will end great.
Rolled 76 (1d100)>>46723492Come on lucky number 1.
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>46723492
>>46723507>>46723513>>46723515Yay, we didn't trip and break her arm somehow.
>>46723507>>46723513>>46723515Dice Gods: Pandora > IsaacWriting.
>>46723513>Come on lucky number 1.>1>somehow you kiss her eye instead of her mouth.
>>46723529>1>somehow pass out>wake up>she's gone>the campground is somehow on fire>notification of termination for sexual misconduct with a coworker>a note that says "let's just be friends">Pandora is scrapped entirely
>>46723529Hey, maybe she's into that.
>>46723603that would be most amusing
All the shitty romance movies you've been forced to sit through over the years say that this is the part where you seal the deal. You think, hey, millions of dollars in ticket sales can't be wrong, can they?You go for it. You lean in and plant a kiss right on the cyborg's unsuspecting lips. Just as soft and delicate as you remember. Once again, she is startled, but doesn't pull away. She simply sits there for a moment, looking at you. You stare back. Then the kiss resumes anew, her hands gently resting on your cheeks and around your neck. You also realize how odd that thought would be out of context. Your own wrap around her waist and for what seems like a lifetime, you are embraced in one of the greatest feelings you've ever experienced.You, a man of science, logic and facts, have butterflies in your stomach and your head is swimming with confusion and excitement. You have a million things running through your mind, none of them coherent or with any sense of definition. You can explain complex theories and mathematical equations. You graduated at the top of your class at one of the most prestigious colleges in the country and have numerous PhDs to boot. And yet, you are completely unable to give words to the feeling of kissing a pretty woman.You, doctor, are head over heels in love.Eventually, as with all good things, the kiss ends and you are back in the real world. The only difference is you are still with the woman of your dreams and she is blushing profusely, but with a wonderful smile on her face."That was..." she says, apparently just as lost for words as you."Yeah..." you reply, fidgeting nervously, but the most relaxed you've ever been."What...what now?" the cyborg asks, "I...I must confess, I'm not terribly well-versed in these sorts of things...does...does this mean we're...I don't know...something?" she brushes the hair out of your eyes. Oh god, why'd she do that. You love when they do that.>I...yeah>Uh...maybe not...>Other (write in)
>>46723887Oh my god, it even got to two totally cheesy "romantic movie" songs on my Spotify playlist as I wrote that.
>>46723887>I...yeahHow many CIA agents are there watching us right now, to make sure we either don't get kidnapped, or sell all America's secrets to the Koreans?
>>46723887>I...yeahIt also means a whole lot of people lost a whole lot of bet money just now.
>>46723940Actually, due to a semi-recent third world war, Best Korea no longer exists and has been completely annexed by it's Southern neighbor.
>>46723977Oh yeah, forgot about that. You didn't answer the question though.
>>46724001You're right, I didn't.Writing!
>>46723970i'm pretty sure that wasn't the bet. but it was part of it.
>>46724029Mouse put a mic inside the cooler and they're all listening to us right now. Even Pandora.
>>46723887Perhaps. Something fun at the very least. Basically>I... Yeah.
>>46723887Lets go with yeah,A tenative yeah. Lets wait for a second date first.
I came here for robots, what's going on?
>>46724115We're on a date with a cute girl.
>>46724115At least she got robot arms.
>>46723529I've done that before. Except with noses.Perhaps that's whats Pandora is teaching ares.Kissing etiquette.
"I...yeah..." you say quietly."So...what now?" she asks."Well..." you say sheepishly "I know a bunch of people just lost a whole bunch of bet money."Theresa laughs at this pretty loudly and you join in. Your fingers intertwine as you do and you simply enjoy eachother's company for now. You want to get as much out of this as you can since it's over tomorrow. You think of what this means, how you go about this, whether or not you should tell anyone and any other number of difficult questions, but you eventually just decide to file them all under "shut up, idiot, you're with a pretty girl right now".Eventually it starts getting a little later in the day and you decide to pack up and leave, heading back along the trail hand-in-hand once more. One hike and cab ride later and you're back in town."You know..." Theresa speaks up "I haven't forgotten about that 'surprise' we talked about earlier..."Had you a mug of coffee in front of you, it would have been sputtered in. Then you recall she meant dancing, not...that other thing. You think about it. You have practiced some and you've watched Pandora do it plenty of times, how hard could it be...Then you remember your arm still isn't completely healed yet...>Get your boogie on>I'd...rather not...
>>46724284>Get your boogie onWhat's the worst that could ahppen?
>>46724115You missed robots a few threads ago, I'm afraid. Don't worry, they'll be back soon enough.>>46724178Pandora, please, he's too young to learn about that.
>>46724284>>Get your boogie ontime to rob the beauty of eyesight from someone again.
>>46724178>And when a man and a woman kiss they get a baby.
>>46724284>Get your boogie on.Hope she doesn't mind leading.
>>46724284Is boogie a euphemism?Or not?Lets get it on.
>>46724284>Get your boogie onAfter all the time she's spent watching us dance it's not suprising she wants a go.
>>46724350Now I'm just picturing a three panel comic drawn by Pandora illustrating a man and woman kissing in the first panel, the woman pregnant in the second, then literally coughing up a baby in the third.Please roll 1d100 to shake what hours of practice, trial and obscene amounts of error gave you! Best of 3.
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>46724414K
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>46724414Dance time? Hopefully.
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>46724414Hi there.
>>46724424Hey AM what kind of dark ritual did you do to siphon all of BitS's good dice to here?
>>46724424>>46724436>>46724490OH...YES...Writing.You know, it's almost hilarious how night and day rolls are between this and BitS. Doctor is nigh infallible (save a few unfortunate events) and poos Isaac couldn't intimidate a doughy corrupt politician with a rifle pointed at his face.
>>46724350>>46724414Man that sounds way better than what I just drew.Round 2?
>>46724554That's hilarious. Nice work anon.
Ah hell, why not? Nobody but Theresa is here, nobody will have any ammunition against you if you screw up again. You agree. After dropping off your stuff at the hotel, you call up a cab and head to the closest dance club you can find. You have literally never been to one before, so you're not sure what to expect, but today is a day for risks!You arrive and make your way inside. Apparently dance clubs aren't terribly popular in this area, but there's still a decent number of people here. The music isn't exactly to your tastes, but at least it's something you can dance to. And hey, the DJ is actually a cyborg like Theresa is, though he only has three arms instead of her four. Also he seems to really have this fire motif going on; there are flames painted all over his...DJ...booth? A little unsettling, but to each their own.You didn't come here to admire the decorum, you came here to dance. So dance you shall! And dance you do! You've certainly learned from your failures and are much lighter on your feet now. You even get a few looks from other patrons, probably surprised the nerd with the hot cyborg date can cut a rug so well. Theresa is having a great time too; apparently she's no stranger to dancing either. She's graceful, athletic and you admit, sexy. You notice she's getting more than her share of looks as well, though let them. She's with YOU.You spend the night dancing, drinking, laughing and more than a few mildly awkward kisses here, but eventually it gets to be a little later in the night than you intended and you need to pack up. Even the DJ's gone and they simply have a sound system playing for the scant few people still there. You agree that heading home is the best idea for you.(Cont.)
You head outside to call a cab when you notice something coming from the alley behind the club. A quick peek reveals that DJ from before loading up his van with his equipment. He has a drone with him, once again done up with the flame motif, for the heavier lifting, only you can tell it's struggling. The gunky joints and flakes of rust show the telltale signs of someone not caring for their drone very much. The thing is listing to the side quite a bit, until a sickening crack echos out of the alley. It's leg snaps at the knee joint and it topples over, it's cargo falling all over the ground. You realize it's nowhere near as complex as Pandora, but you can't help but feel bad for the thing. The DJ kicks it angrily, swearing up a storm about it being a cheap piece of shit.You two could probably fix it, though the guy seems like the ungrateful dickish type. What do you do?>It's late, head back, it's his problem now>Fix it even if the guy's an asshole>Other (write in)
>>46724923>Fix it even if the guy's an assholeI've seen enough people swear at inanimate objects to know that doing it doesn't mean you're a dick.
>>46724595Glad you like it.I might be working on another Pandora thing in the same outfit.Though I'm still taking requests.
>>46724923>>Fix it even if the guy's an asshole"the job's never done is it eh?"
>>46725013I never get tired of your art and show it off to the point of irritating every fa/tg/uy I know. I actually had people complaining about it in the WQDT since I posted all the art you made for me on Twitter. Which, in fact, is the only reason I stopped doing it.
>>46725013>Pandora-is-hot-for-teacher.png>Sexualising an innocent young android girlKeep it up mi familia.
>>46725013Innocent mode: Pandora getting a piggy back ride from Ares? Hardcore mode: Ares carrying Pandora in a bridal carry or fireman's carry running from something chasing them (explosions, gunshots, The Bad Man, The doc wearing nothing but the Dr.Sexy briefs).
>>46725054>>46725063Excuse you, they were boxers, thank you very much.Going with fix the drone. Please roll 1d100. Best of 3.
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>46725083Very well.
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>46725083
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>46725083boom nat 32
>>46725092Guess my quest dice luck is still going strong today. I'll take it!
>>46725083Welp i got work in 4 hours and still haven't slept. Good night AM. Had lots of fun!
>>46724923Fix the poor machine. >>46725063Either is good. I relish the oppertunity for cuteness though.
>>46725106You guys are why Isaac almost got beaten to death by an angry mob. Siphoning all the good rolls.Writing.>>46725122Good night, anon! Thanks for playing!
>>46725141he's dead? Man I feel bad for missing the last thread.
>>46725180no, he managed to run away.
You tap Theresa on the shoulder and motion to the alley with the man stomping on the machine. She sighs and shakes her head, giving you a "some people" look while numerous compartments on her arms flip open to reveal a number of tools and modules. Man, cybernetic augments are...handy."The job's never done, is it?" you say, sighing and rolling up your sleeves.You walk up to the man, tapping him on the shoulder and nudging him out of the way. He's confused and angry at first, but you pay him no mind. The both of you hunker down and get to work, your nice clothes getting all dirty on the alley ground and with copious amounts of grease everywhere. It's a shame, but hell, this is you in your element. Your six collective hands working in tandem rather well, splicing, welding, twisting and turning a number of intricate parts.It takes about thirty minutes to do the quick patch job, the DJ standing there dumbfounded the entire time, but it'll hold for now. The mindless machine, unable to think or feel for itself, simply goes back to work hauling heavy boxes into the van like nothing happened.You turn to the DJ and, with a stern look on your face, speak. "Take care of them and they take care of you. Don't mistreat a drone just because it can't talk back..." you begin to walk away, then stop halfway out of the alley and turn to look back at him "And your music sucked, too."I'm going to call it a night for now, guys. But thanks so much for playing! I hope you liked tonight's thread! If you did, please remember to vote on the archive and follow me on Twitter! I can stick around for a bit to answer questions about fluff, lore and the Pandora world if you're curious, but other than that, have a good night!
>>46725322>"And your music sucked, too."Wow, harsh Doc.Thanks for running AM. Who is the president of the US?
>>46725359Barack Obama, duh.Kidding. A man named Carlos DeSantos. Spanish in ancestry, but born on American soil. Democrat.
>>46725322what plants are extinct?Any (new) irradiated territories?
>>46725402Bunch of random ass ones from rain forests that nobody really gave a shit about. Plantlife, for the most part, has only gotten stronger thanks to GMOs.It's not irradiated by a large margin, but about 1/3rd of what was formerly the New USSR is literally a series of craters of varying sizes and glassed deserts thanks to Japan going a little gung-ho during the war.
>>46725322Thanks for running AM.
>>46725322Where are the next Olympics being held?
>>46725427>thanks to GMOs....so a LOT of plants have been displaced by artificially modified strains. The restraints on GMOs were lifted. Iiiiinteresting.
>>46725448New Pyongyang in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the unification of the Koreas.
>>46725346I have to say it's ironic when I am the one who called you out on your choice of mechanics in BitS, and I've never read Ruby despite being here a couple years.
>>46725480Oh and if anyone's wondering, yes, General Richards is a veteran of the war.
>>46725322Thanks for running PM in the AM.I probably won't be able to participate next week because of a uni trip to some lakes in some mountains to go and count trees and look at soil. Have a good week!
>>46725483You really should, anon. Fantastic read with great plot twists and lovable characters.>>46725537Have fun on your trip, anon. Try not to make a fool of yourself in front of any British cyborg women.
>>46725561What if they're american?
>>46725577They'll probably understand, then. Just clap a few times and offer to take them out for burgers.
>>46725561What if they're New Zealanders, like 99% of the class?
>>46725636Don't trust them, they might try to invade Australia again.
AM why does this happen everytime you post in /wqdt/?
>>46725594Don't forget to tip them.
>>46725660Ok that's good, I already don't trust myself.
>>46725661Because despite having read oh so many great quests, he still hasn't learned how to act with his trip on.
>>46725661I don't post in WQDT very often. Honestly, I didn't think I was a well-known enough QM for it to be a "thing".
>>46725709Every time you do you always rile up people.
>>46725752It really is quite funny.
>>46725766It only damages his reputation as a QM though.
>>46725700WQDT is a different beast all together. I know it's gotten some bad press as far as arguing and people claiming X quest is shit and so on, but I didn't think people would cling so hard to every little word I said and take simple expressions literally.>>46725752Do I? I can't really recall. Like I said, I don't really post there often. I can't imagine why, though I guess tripcodes are a dangerous thing to use. I just want people to read RQ since I loved it so much. Weaver has a lot of talent and was one of my big influences to get into questing. I guess people don't like anyone having an opinion one way or the other, then.>>46725779I don't mind if it does. I run quests because I like running them and because I know I have people who are fans of them. If people get angry at something as silly as preferences of what to read, there's not much I can do to fix that. I simply back away and let it run it's course.
>>46725802>If people get angry at something as silly as preferences of what to readIf that's what you think they got angry over, then you're really as juvenile as they claimed you are.
>>46725811Aaaand with that I shall take my leave. Goodnight, PQ!
>>46725802AM do you have any idea why thread 22 is at the top of the archive and not inbetween 21 and 23?
>>46725802>I guess people don't like anyone having an opinion one way or the other, then.That's not the point, jackass. They got angry because you called them idiots/fools for not liking what you're liking. Are you for real right now?>>46725823Wow. Good job showing your true colors.
Literally who cares. It doesn't matter. Nothing anyone says on here matters. This doesn't matter.
>>46725837I've noticed the archive does that sometimes with quests over certain numbers of threads. No idea why, though. I think HQQ has the same problem.
>>46725561>lovable charactersNo wonder your own quest falls flat in that regard if you honestly think RQ had anyone remotely likeable.
>>46725395Not Matt Santos?
>>46725802While you HAVE made an ass out of yourself the last couple of times you post on wqdt, these days in particular the trolls are in full force after DLQ became a semi-permanent presence. You shoulda backed off and realized the "fool" thing was uncalled for much sooner, but beyond that it isn't your fault.