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Twitter: @The_Renexizious

Discord: https://discord.gg/BbzTura

Character Sheet(Full!):https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jI0aGxA_2h3SAcPYri-1fdgskbK3IbtfEzSLJ7VY9gU
Character Sheet (Renexizious Only!): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xgNKMzLUZS9L05DUCxmsvuYs-bGPIRpQsFv5k7oaBBk

Last time on EDQ, I forgot that we went clear past the point of "maybe you should post a new thread" and yeah, we did.

So here's the new thread.

Anyways, we just gave permission to some kobolds to work on some stuff, while we try to rule over them a bit, and settle some minor disputes, that sort of thing.

Meanwhile, as Claw...

You've been dealing with some pretty weird things. Days repeating, not to mention each day just gets weirder and weirder.

...You really hope you aren't delusional or anything. Or going crazy. Or having ethereal spirits influence you, or whatever causes you to act irrational and somewhat crazy at times.

...But erm... Apparently Renexixizious left, and now your dealing with whatever's going on.

Which apparently, might just be a really fancy assassination attempt against Renexizious, now turned against you. Mostly because so far, you've drunk literal poison, but thanks to your abnormal biology, felt perfectly fine.

...Of course, no one else reacts to you in any way, let alone acknowledge your existence, while a very angry mage has been casting fireballs at you, and otherwise attempting to kill you in a variety of methods, such as exploding, poisoning, and other things like that.

...Man, you hate mages. This one seems to be messing with time too. Whenever you stab him with a knife or crush him, time reverses and he manages to avoid it... It's always by ten seconds too.

You've been making a plan in your locked up room, and been doodling a bit of a plan...

Actions

>...Try to hide from the mage...
>Try to ambush the mage...
>...Try to study his actions more precisely...
>...Maybe there's some way you can break the whole "time warp" thing he's doing?
>Write-in
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>>1799716
>Try to ambush the mage...
>>
You of course begin to make plans to ambush the mage.

Roll me a 1d20+7 for how well you can find a hiding place to ambush at.

+2 for thoughts on where might be a good location.
>>
Rolled 8 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1800141
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Rolled 14 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1800141
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Rolled 12 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1800141
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14+7=21

You of course, decide to hide in the attic, and track him silently and find a perfect time to ambush him...

Just curious...

Human or Gel Wolf?

>Human
>Gelatinious Form
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>>1801856
>Gelatinious Form
>>
Gelatinious Form it is.

Roll me a 1d100 by the way, anons.
>>
Rolled 60 (1d100)

>>1802738
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60

Claw of course, launches a super sneaky surprise attack on the mage from the attic, which is simply him purposely seeping from the boards and trying to engulf the mage...

...One minute, the mage is entirely engulfed, and the next, the mage is ten feet away, entirely unaffected by this...

Damn. You'll need to be faster, somehow...

The mage seems to get ready to cast a fireball at Claw, who's currently stuck in a weird mix of both the attic, and his own room, thanks to his large size...

What do?

>...Attempt to bring the rest of the mass in the basement down ontop of the mage's head.
>Attempt to dodge!
>Attempt to lunge and attack fast!
>Flee!
>Write-in
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>>1802757
>...Attempt to bring the rest of the mass in the basement down ontop of the mage's head.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+5 to see how well this goes.

+2 for distracting the mage.
>>
Rolled 13 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1802795
Take about completely unrelated stuff like what his favorite tabletop is
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Rolled 10 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1802795
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>>1802795
Make very uncomfertable questios like how horses shit without getting it on them self or if worms have two anuses or two mouths so they eather puke out shit or eat with there asses also if worms give birth with both holes does it puke and eat with a mouth/anus/virgina? Questions like that but more detailed and rambling
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>>1803774
one more uncomfortable question "if i am made from slime and i ejaculate slime does that mean i am made from cum?"
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>>1803779
>>1803774
do i get the +2 bonus or more?i have alot of uncomfortable questions people will never want the answer of so i think i would make a good Claw
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Rolled 9 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1802795
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>>1803774
>>1803779
>>1803785
>>1803788
Do you have autism, because that's what it looks like.
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>>1803774
Never fucking post in my quest again, everything you do will be fucking entirely ignored from now on, while I fucking consider killing myself.
>>
13+5=18

You don't really come up with an idea on how to distract the mage, mostly because there's no reason you'd be talking about tabletop to someone who's trying to kill you.

However, you manage to transfer your weight to the attic above, collapsing the flooring above the mage...

Roll me a 1d60 anons.
>>
Rolled 27 (1d60)

>>1804343
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Rolled 8 (1d60)

>>1804343
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27

You bring the rest of your mass down, but the mage vanishes again with his time warpery bullshit...

And throws a fireball right at you, hitting you with ease.

Claw has lost 1000 HP!

He has 6500 left!

The mage prepares to cast another fireball!

What do?

>Attack!
>Attempt to dodge!
>Flee!
>Write-in
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>>1804872
>>1804872
>Attempt to dodge!
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>>1803774
>>1803779
>>1803785

1. They have a flap of tissue at the end of their (not there, their) anus that works as a kind of wiper to prevent it from sticking to them.
2. Worms, from annelid worms to flatworms to helminths and flukes and every god-forsaken worm in between, has one mouth at the anterior section of the body, and one anus at the posterior section of the body. If you cut one in half, the head section MIGHT regrow and heal itself, if its lucky, the anus section just dies in horrible agony. More than likely, both ends die of shock, because they were just violently dismembered. Worms do not puke, and in many species, do not even have a mouth used for eating, instead absorbing nutrients through their environment (like almost every parasitic worm).
3. Worms don't 'give birth', they lay eggs. Worms like tapeworms tend to break off sections of themselves, called proglottids, which are full of ripened, mature eggs to be passed in the infected person's stool to keep the infection chain going. Worms also tend to be hermaphroditic in nature, having a male and a female pore they mate through, with fertilized eggs in most species being passed through the female pore. The female pore is NOT a virgina, a vagina, or any else remotely similar.

Honestly, I thought few things could be worse than the furry porn you posted a couple threads back. I had really hoped that you and people like you would simply leave once we got rid of Liz's fetish assets, since a number of your earlier posts were clearly you using it as spank material (you'd only post during lewd scenes, or scenes that had the potential to become lewd scenes, and posted in a manner that made it quite obvious you have a fat fetish) but it appears I was wrong. So let me clear. Your posts make you seem like an early-teenager just discovering his nascent sexuality, instead of a basement dweller who should really know better, so I'll make this polite. This thread is not for your fetishes. No one likes coming onto a worksafe board and seeing furry porn, scaley porn, pokemon porn, or non-porn things that are nonetheless uncalled for and disgusting. I agree with the QM in that you shouldn't be posting here anymore, at least not until you learn how to post with some semblance of taste.
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>>1804935
I agree with you.
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Alright, back.

You attempt to dodge the fireball being hurled at you!

Roll me a 1d20+7 for how well this goes.

+2 for ideas on how to cause the mage to miss you!
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Rolled 20 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1806925
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Critical Success.

Now, roll me a 1d60 for your counter attack.
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Rolled 28 (1d60)

>>1806931
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28

You narrowly manage to dodge the attack by the mage, and end up swiping at him and knocking him off balance, certainly helping you in your next attack.

Roll me a 1d20+5 anons.

+1 for attack ideas.
>>
Rolled 7 + 6 (1d20 + 6)

>>1807535

>Make our slime tentacles each grab an arm or a leg and attempt to draw and quarter him.
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Rolled 16 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1807535
>>
16+6=21

Claw's follow up attack is a success...

Roll me a 1d30.
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Rolled 15 (1d30)

>>1807571
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Claw of course, manages to get a good grip on the mage, who finds himself unable to turn back time enough to avoid your attack, making him stuck...

He attempts to cast a fireball at your tentacle to get rid of the hold you have on him!

Roll me a 1d20+5 to dodge.

+2 for trying to weaken the mage!
+1 for attempting to get a better hold on the mage!
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Rolled 18 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>1807603


>Try and loop a slime tentacle around his neck and attempt to choke him out.
>Thicken and widen our slime tentacles, so they can grip more surface area, as well as trying to dig them into his skin, like little IV lines.
>>
18+8=26

You swoop out of the way of a fireball, and begin to choke him out...

You have to say, you think you've nearly won the battle!

Roll me a final 1d20+6 anons!

+2 for thinking how to deal with this mage!
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Rolled 14 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>1807633

>Dissolve him in our acid slime after we've choked him unconscious so this bullshit never happens again.
>>
14+8=22

You eventually manage to pull him in, and dissolve him, so you never have to deal with this again, of course.

You go back to sleep, having dealt with the annoying mage...

Meanwhile, as Elizabeth...

You've been forced to abandon the car as you hike off road in the Finnish countryside.

You of course, feel quite chilly, and have taken to stealing a few blankets from the occassional house you've passed to stay warm and comfortable. Eventually, you come to what seems to be a small town on the coastline.

"...Wait here. I'm going to see if there's any boat in the harbor."

...I don't exactly think that's a good idea.

I would prefer it if we went ourselves.

Hm...

Actions

>...Tell the devil you'll be going in yourself.
>...Wait here with your servant. No need to do what someone else is planning to do.
>...Why don't we all go together into the town?
>Write-in
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>>1807713

>...Why don't we all go together into the town?

Splitting the party is NEVER a good idea in cases like this.
>>
"Well, why don't we all go together into the town?"

"Mostly to save time, and also so we don't end up alerting too many things to where we are."

...Hm.

Actions

>...I suppose that's reasonable enough.
>...I believe there's more strength in numbers, and surely we can deal with any would-be assailants.
>...Well, I scarcely think you are a suitable choice for this, judging from how you are quite weakened.
>Write-in
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>>1807748

>...I believe there's more strength in numbers, and surely we can deal with any would-be assailants.
>Regardless, you are in no fit shape to be fending off attackers yourself, and I am loathe to leave my servant behind to fall prey to whatever is lurking out there. Remember, if I lose you, I lose my gateway back home. So this is also in my best interests, as well as yours.
>>
With this, you make headway into the town...

Roll me a 1d20+5 anons.

+1 if you can use your psychic powers to help in being sneaky.
+1 for complaining internally on the fact you had to walk so many miles here... In the cold, no less...
+1 for missing Sweden a bit...
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Rolled 18 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1807764
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Rolled 2 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>1807764

>Use our ability to sense thoughts to scout out ahead and to the side so we can roughly pinpoint where potential enemies may be lurking, as well as potential clear pathways with no activity.
>All this walking, step after step, in the cold, in the snow, in the wet and the yuck and the slush. This, this kind of weather RIGHT here, is why we developed cars!
>"I miss Sweden, I miss Ren, and I miss my warm blankets and a hot drink in front of the roaring fire while the snowstorms rage outside. I miss the little things back home."
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18+8=26

You don't run into anything, but you do eventually run into a fishing boat in working condition.

Bolshir tells you to get ready and load the boat up with some food and other supplies for a fairly long journey of about three weeks...

Where will you start looking anons?

>Grocery store.
>The local barracks.
>A local bakery.
>A fish market.
>A clinic.
>A gas station.
>A Renexizsnacks™ diner.
>Write-in
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>>1807862
>A local bakery.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+5 to see if you can find any food that will last three weeks.

+3 for donut temptations.
+2 for thinking of what baked goods would be perfect for the trip.
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Rolled 13 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1808253
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Rolled 9 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>1808253

>On the plus side, one of the reasons our police force likes donuts so much is because they stay delicious for extended periods without a lot of effort. So they will last longer than regular old sliced bread.
>Well, we need donuts, of course, and then some unsliced bread, so it won't go stale as quickly, and then some more donuts, and some bagels, to go with the cream cheese I'm picking up at the grocery store next.
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13+10=23

You of course, get donuts, and plenty of them, along with some plain old bread and bagels, along with some cream cheese.

"...Excuse me, my lady, but I don't exactly think we can live off frosted donuts."

"Oh, of course, don't worry about it. We'll find some canned food at the grocery too, this is just for me."

The servant seems a bit relieved, knowing that you aren't stupid enough to just take donuts.

Roll me a 1d20+5 for also stocking up at the grocer.

+3 for thinking what food would be perfect for the servant, and for you.
+1 for draconically shopping somehow.
>>
Rolled 9 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1809724
Guess who's back.
>>
Rolled 10 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1809978
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Rolled 7 (1d20)

>>1809724
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Rolled 3 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1810005
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Yay, EcoAnon is finally not dead.

10+5=15

You manage to finish packing up everything into the boat, and begin to sail off soon afterwards... Hopefully to whoever has caused you to get stuck here.

Meanwhile, as Renexizious.

And right now, you are rather annoyed by the fact your dealing with some annoying halfling traders.

"...What do you mean, that you can't provide my village with food anymore?"

"M'lord, our village is savin' up for the winter-time, before the soil turns hard, and the crops won't grow!"

...Fucking halfling midgets...

It is likely that if they do cancel their trade agreement, that your village will go hungry for the winter as well.

Actions

>...Scare them into giving you the food for free.
>...Scare them into continuing the trade.
>Try to reach a compromise.
>...Begrudgingly accept them canceling the trade deal.
>...Kill them as examples.
>Write-in
>>
>>1810043
>Try to reach a compromise.
>>
>>1810043
>>Try to reach a compromise.
I, of course, always follow the diplomatic deal. If we can't reach a deal. Our belly can always be satisfied.
>>
You of course, attempt to reach a compromise.

What do you want to send to the halflings to continue the food trade over the winter?

>Send high quality stone.
>Send gold?
>Send ore?
>Offer your personal help?
>...Offer to assist them, so long as they recognize you as their ruler, so to speak.
>Write-in for ideas.
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>>1810082
>...Offer to assist them, so long as they recognize you as their ruler, so to speak.
I quite like the idea of a puppet 'state'
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>>1810082
>...Offer to assist them, so long as they recognize you as their ruler, so to speak.
>>
>>1810082
>Write-in
Offer them a way to grow crops year round if they recognize us as a ruler
>>
You of course, get a rather fanciful idea, and you lean down, with a large, sharp smile, scaring the two halflings.

"You know, I think I could come to an arrangement to help you, regarding your little... Food problem. So long of course, that you pledge undying loyalty to me for all eternity, even in death, and also give me your soul. That would be good too... Along with your eternal servitude, I would also greatly appreciate that."

"Erh..."

"My lord is fine, halfling. Now, if you actually want me to help you, I recommend you grovel before me."

"...G-grovel?"

"Mostly for daring to intrude upon my lair, along with daring to cut off food to the kobolds, understand?"

...After a brief interlude of you exercising your ego a bit cruelly, the halflings eventually go back to their village after being frightened by you dangling them about a hundred stories in the air, forcing them to give you extremely long titles, such as the "Grand Protector of the Halfling Peoples of all of Existence".

Oh, and also generally recognizing you as a god.

You must admit, ego boosting is quite fun. Too bad you can't do this as much in your other dimension...

You fly eagerly to the village, and wait to see if the halflings will indeed, give up.

Roll me a 1d20+15 to see how likely they are to give up. The only chance for failure is a nat one or two.

+1 for terrifying the halflings from the forest line.
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Rolled 15 + 15 (1d20 + 15)

>>1810150
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Rolled 8 + 15 (1d20 + 15)

>>1810150
>nat20
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Rolled 7 + 15 (1d20 + 15)

>>1810150
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The halflings of course, simply give up and hand over control of the village to you, without any problems.

...You honestly have to try to not have fun with such a short, small, and pathetic race... Also, because you actually need to figure out how to not cause starvation, and hopefully get some food.

What do you want to do for getting food from the halflings?

>Personally till the ground yourself.
>Attempt to construct a large "greenhouse" structure
>...Alright, fine. Why don't you mess around and scare the halflings a bit, for fun? (Renexizious's happiness will go up.).
>...Don't they make butter? Why don't you demand that as tribute for your help... (Renexizious's happiness goes up quite a bit.)
>Write-in

The halfling village produces cotton, corn, and wheat, and also alcohol, along with butter, milk, and beef.

There are about 150 halflings, all of them are horribly terrified of you.
>>
>Personally till the ground yourself.
>Attempt to construct a large "greenhouse" structure
More food is never bad, it very well might aid us in the future.
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>>1810188
>Attempt to construct a large "greenhouse" structure
>...Don't they make butter? Why don't you demand that as tribute for your help... (Renexizious's happiness goes up quite a bit.)
>>
You begin to till the ground and construct a large greenhouse.

Roll me a 1d20+5 for how well this goes.

+2 for ideas on how to make a medieval greenhouse.
+1 for trying to come up with ideas on how to till the ground faster.
+1 for also slightly scaring the halflings a bit.
>>
Rolled 2 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1810254
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Rolled 15 (1d20)

>>1810254
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Rolled 8 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1810258
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>>1810254
>Medieval greenhouse
Luckily glass blowing is a thing.
Let's use that and solid stone (Made by trusty kobolds) to build the actual structure that would hold the plants.
For temperature regulation we can use our environmental rune to make the area hold a certain temperature. Build the glass at a slanting or dome shape so that the ice doesn't build up on the roof
>>
15+7=22

This goes exceedingly well, and you manage to finish the greenhouse after nearly five hours. You of course, reward yourself with some butter, and finish tilling their soil, and head back to the kobold tribe once your done...

When you get back, not much is going on...

What to do in the village?

>Leave and visit someone.
>Have some quality time with Elslif!
>Maybe you should find that drow sorceress again?
>Maybe you should explore the underground river and see where it goes?
>Do some talent scouting among your kobolds. Maybe some of them might have good ideas or special skills?
>Deal with the human refugees.
>Deal with this "littering" problem.
>Construct some stuff!
>Look into teching up the kobolds more!
>Attempt to gather more kobolds!
>Write-in
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>>1810369
>Have some quality time with Elslif!
>>
>>1810369
>Do some talent scouting among your kobolds. Maybe some of them might have good ideas or special skills?
I want to see what we turn up.
>>
>>1810369
>Maybe you should explore the underground river and see where it goes?
>>
I'm going to be rolling in about thirty minutes. Feel free to argue.

At this rate, I might give penalties for being divided on answers.
>>
Rolled 1 (1d3)

>>1810485
lmao just roll right away
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>>1810369
>Have some quality time with Elslif!
After much consideration, I change my vote to this option.
>>
Alright, quality time with Elslif.

You find Elslif messing around in her room, apparently making a castle out of golden coins. Or at least, trying to. It's very small.

"Elslif, are you busy?"

She looks up at you.

"No, did you want something dad?"

"Well, I was considering some quality time with my daughter, since I'm not busy..."

She perks up at hearing this, clearly excited.

What do?

>Help her in making a proper castle out of gold coins...
>...Take her out of the lair for a while?
>Why don't you show her around the tribe and get her introduced to kobolds?
>Take her to your mother's lair?
>See about adventuring with her?
>Write-in for ideas.
>>
>>1810569
>>Take her to your mother's lair?
>>
>>1810569
>>See about adventuring with her?
Nothing creates bonding like good old adventure.
>>
>>1810593
>>1810594
Why not both?
>>
You decide to do both

Do you want to take her to your mother's place first, or adventuring first?

>Introduce her to your mom first.
>Adventure first!
>>
>>1810650
>>Introduce her to your mom first.
Aspire
>>
You decide to take her to your mother's first.

Roll me a 1d20+6 to see how well this goes.

+2 if you can try to explain who your mother is to Elslif.
+1 for telling her how she'll have a wonderful time there!
>>
Rolled 8 + 6 (1d20 + 6)

>>1810702
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Rolled 18 + 6 (1d20 + 6)

>>1810702
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Rolled 19 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1810702
>>
Critical Success thanks to Renexizious's upgrade!

What do anons want to have happen?

>Instill a proper moral of your choice! (Write-in for moral.)
>Have her think you are the best dad ever (along with thinking her grandmother/grandfather are also the coolest)
>Have a very proud grandmother.
>Write-in for ideas.
>>
>>1810814
>Have a very proud grandmother.
Gotta get in that will.
>>
>>1810814
>Have a very proud grandmother.
>>
>>1810814
>Have her think you are the best dad ever (along with thinking her grandmother/grandfather are also the coolest)
Switching to this
>>
>>1810814
>>Have her think you are the best dad ever (along with thinking her grandmother/grandfather are also the coolest)
>>
Of course, you introduce Elslif to your grandparents.

Mom is of course, thinks she's absolutely, positively, adorable. Her heart practically melts looking at her, and of course, the majority of the visit is the two of them bonding, while you get left out.

...You feel a bit envious, in a slight sense, but Elslif seems to be having a great time with her grandmother, who's of course, having fun with the variety of things in her hoard.

Your dad also finds her precious, and you manage to find some time with him to actually kind of bond and hang out for a minute, with him expressing his concern over your lifestyle/choices and his regrets of not being there for you... That sort of thing.

You of course, tell him not to worry about it at all, and ask him when he and mom plan to move to Sweden, which he gives a bit of a shrug.

...It immediately gets off track when he asks how the "threesome marriage" is going, and gives you a look telling you that he disapproves.

...Goddamn it dad.

"Listen, it's going fine, alright?"

"...Right. You still sleeping with everything that moves?"

"Come on dad..."

"...Hey, I'm not the one who married a cow."

Fucking god...

Your dad of course, lightens up a bit, but you can tell he somewhat disapproves of the whole "marrying a minotaur" thing.

Flames of course, tries his best to ignore it, and eventually Elslif finishes up playing with her grandmother and listening to stories and that sort of thing, she's even eating some cookies too. Aw.

You kiss your mom goodbye, and she of course, gives you a hug and tells you to come again soon, and you leave...

You of course, go adventuring...

What kind of adventure anons?

>Raiding.
>Dungeon crawling!
>Exploring strange new lands!
>Write-in
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>>1810971
>Dungeon Crawling
>>
>>1810971
>>Dungeon crawling!
>>
Dungeon Crawl it is.

Roll me a 1d100 anons.
>>
Rolled 58 (1d100)

>>1811053
>>
58

You find while searching a large, abandoned library, clearly in ruins.

What do?

>Investigate!
>Continue on.
>>
>>1811104
>Investigate!
>>
>>1811104
Books are useful.
>investigate
>>
You decide to investigate...

You land right by the front steps...

What form anons?

>Human
>Dragonblood
>Half-Dragon
>Dragotaur
>Dragon (Be warned, you might damage the building)
>Write-in
>>
>>1811129
>Half-Dragon
>>
>>1811129
>Half-Dragon
>>
>>1811129
>Half-Dragon
>>
Half Dragon it is.

You go inside, and can't help but note all the dust on the walls and shelves...

The front desk also seems abandoned, damn.

You begin to look around...

Which way do you want to take?

>Center.
>Left.
>Right.
>Leave.
>>
>>1811178
>left
>>
You go left, and after some searching, find some books on alchemy and metalsmithing.

Do you take them?

>Yes.
>No.
>>
>>1811231
>Yes.
>>
You take the books, and continue to search...

Elslif shyly stays close to you...

Roll me a 2d20+2 anons.
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>>1811277
Fuck, messed up.

I want one roll with a 1d20-5, and another which is a 1d20+2
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Rolled 10 - 5 (1d20 - 5)

>>1811277
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Rolled 8 + 2 (1d20 + 2)

>>
Rolled 6 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1811292
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Rolled 7 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1811343
fak
>>
Rolled 6 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1811343
>>1811348
I've done - twice now. What is this cursed shit?
>>
Rolled 1, 10 = 11 (2d20)

>>1811277
>>
Alright.

10-5=5

8+2=10

You manage to trigger a trap, while Elslif is also in range!

A large fireball forms at the end of the hallway, and is sent down the aisle your in...

What do?

>Attempt to protect Elslif! (Increases the chances of you being hurt.)
>Attempt to flee! (Increases the chances of you getting out just fine!)
>Try to use your half-dragon form to tip a shelf so you can get out of the way! (Can damage the library!)
>Write-in
>>
>>1811431
>Write-in
>hunger
EAT THE FIREBALL!
>>
>>1811436
Daily reminder that Renexizious is not a red dragon, and is very vulnerable to fire based attacks.
>>
>>1811438
I am aware of this.
>>
>>1811431
Use ice breath
>>
>>1811431
>Write-in
Frost breath that shit.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+7 anons.
>>
Rolled 15 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1811608
>>
Rolled 13 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1811608
>>
Rolled 10 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1811633
>>
15+7=22

You of course, manage to counter-act the fireball with your ice breath, narrowly avoiding being barbecued.

You continue on, and find another book, on what seems to be a history book of remarkable dragons.

Actions

>Take it.
>...Just uh... Why don't you add a bit to the last page about yourself? Couldn't hurt a bit.
>Ignore it.
>>
>>1811657
>Take it.
I bet Rens grandparents are in it
>>
>>1811657
>>Take it.
>>...Just uh... Why don't you add a bit to the last page about yourself? Couldn't hurt a bit.
>>
>>1811657
>Take it
Also cast armor rune on us and elisif
Before we take the book
>>
You cast armor on you and Elslif.

You decide to take it, and maybe add a bit about yourself...

What do you want to add?

>Make it purely historical.
>...Make it a bit historical and of course, a bit of a ego trip.
>...Make it entirely a ego trip on how awesome you are.
>...You shouldn't do it...
>Write-in
>>
>>1811736
>>Make it purely historical.
>>...Make it a bit historical and of course, a bit of a ego trip.
>>...Make it entirely a ego trip on how awesome you are.
>write in
And add Hitler
>>
>>1811752
Please none of the last one.
>>
>>1811752
This except the part about making it a pure ego trip
>>
>>1811757
Purely historical
No hitler
>>
>>1811752
>>1811736
Historical, no hitler
>>
>>1811788
Also add in our wife liz
>>
Well, since it's a tie, and even though I am a /pol/ack at heart, I would rather not have Hitler become a waifu, so if it'll make everyone happy, Ren isn't going to write about Hitler because there's little reason to, but he'll write about Elizabeth, I guess.

Is this good, or no?
>>
>>1812029
Just write in Hitler and Liz. There, everyone's happy and we can all have world peace.
>>
>>1812029
I'm fine with it
>>
>>1812050
>world peace
>assuming that's possible with the mass murderer Sam Hyde

At this rate, I might just spite all of you and combine Liz and Hitler into Liztler.

Don't fucking make me, I'm already tired of the constant ties.

Decide or else anons.
>>
>>1812070
>Liztler
Please no
>>
>>1812029
>Liztler
>>
>>1812070
Please no
>>
Alright, fuck it.

You decide to not write a list about Adolf Hitler, even though you like the guy, he just can't really compete with you...
Also, there's only five blank pages, and someone of your magnitude just can't be contained on a mere three or two...

You fill in the pages with Elizabeth and yourself...

...Do you want to include anything about Elizabeth?

>...Embarrass her slightly, why don't you? You know some things which are rather embarrassing...
>...Just write it plain and simple.
>...You know, you think you should get some good boy points and paint her like she's an absolutely wonderful draconic being. Even to humans.
>...Don't write her in at all... You need more pages about yourself.
>Write-in
>>
>>1812171
>Write-in
Let's just focus on the parts that make her look nice and benevolent.
>>
>>1812171
>...Just write it plain and simple.
Give us more pages though.
>>
You decide to focus on the parts that make her look nice and benevolent.

Finally, roll me a 1d20+7 to see how well this goes.

+2 for flattering text about Elizabeth.
+2 for egotistical writing about yourself...
+1 for trying to find a way to list your kids.
>>
Rolled 10 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1812231
>>
Rolled 20 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>1812231

We can try to draw a small genealogy tree for us and our kids.
Let's try to leave out the mothers cause we can't list all of them. Unless they are liz's then that should be easy enough.

For liz we can start listing down all the (nice) things she does to our slaves.
Also about her skills with motherhood
>>
Critical Success.

You have a distinct feeling that if you showed this to Elizabeth, she'd be very proud, and very, very happy at being in here.

You will get +25 relations with Liz if you show her the book and tell her she got in it.

Elslif and you continue to search int he hallways...

Roll me a 1d20.
>>
Rolled 6 (1d20)

>>1812285
>>
Rolled 9 (1d20)

>>1812285
>>
9

You don't find much, and eventually end up back in a corner...

Which way to go?

>Center.
>Left. (Back down the way you came.)
>Right.
>Write-in
>>
>>1812419
>Right.
>>
>>1812419
>Right
>>
You go right down the aisle.

Roll me a 1d20+4.
>>
Rolled 7 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1812441
>>
Rolled 19 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1812441
>>
19=4=23

You eventually find a book on geomancy magic.

It seems magically bound in place, surprisingly enough, as you seem to not to be able to lift it.

What do?

>...Try to find a way to bypass the magical spell over the book to take it.
>Continue on.
>Write-in
>>
>>1812492
>...Try to find a way to bypass the magical spell over the book to take it.
Maybe we can try some sort of metamagic?
Magic to alter magic?
>>
>>1812511
Do you have spells to alter magic? Otherwise, no.
>>
>>1812536
Oh then just smash the case or whatever that's holding it.
>>
>>1812635
There's no case. You simply find yourself to be unable to lift it off of the shelf.
>>
>>1812492
>Continue on.
>>
>>1813099
>>Continue on.
>>
You decide to move along.

After a bit, you find yourself by the center of the library, where light streams in from the dome above you.

Roll me a 1d20 anons.
>>
Rolled 10 (1d20)

>>1814351
>>
Rolled 13 (1d20)

>>1814359
>>
13

You notice below you what seems to be a collapsed staircase. There's too much rubble for you to move in a short time span, but it still garners your interest.

What do?

>Try to come up with a way to move the rubble?
>(Burrowing) Burrow under the rubble.
>Write-in
>>
>>1814379
>(Burrowing) Burrow under the rubble.
>>
You begin to burrow under the rubble, and get to the other side.

Roll me one more 1d20.
>>
>>1814379
>>(Burrowing) Burrow under the rubble
>>
Rolled 14 (1d20)

>>1814432
>>
14

You burrow through the rubble effortlessly, and on the other side, you run into what seems to be a pedestal, with a rather shiny book on it, with plenty of light focused on it as well.

What do?

>...Attempt to examine the book closer?
>Take the book.
>Leave it, and leave.
>Write-in
>>
>>1814476
>...Attempt to examine the book closer?
>>
>>1814476
>>...Attempt to examine the book closer?
>>
You examine the book closer.

It seems to be lacking a title, or anything like that, with a gilded silver cover...

There seems to be a skeleton right next to it, though.

Hm.

Actions

>Take the book.
>Leave it.
>>
>>1814754
>Take the book.
>>
>>1814754
>>Take the book.
>>
Roll me a 1d100 anons.
>>
Rolled 67 (1d100)

>>1814896
>>
Rolled 54 (1d100)

>>1814896
>>
A powerful shock courses through your body, bringing you to the floor instantly!

"Dad!" Elslif yells, in shock.

You have took 4000 Damage, and you are stunned!

You have 6000 HP left!

What do?

>(Strength, Very Hard): Attempt to BREAK the book so it'll stop shocking you!
>(Wisdom, Hard): Attempt to resist! You can hold out...
>Write-in for ideas.
>>
>>1815013
>>1815013
>(Wisdom, Hard): Attempt to resist! You can hold out...
Ren should become a blue dragon. Lightning is the best element all around.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+3 anons.
>>
Rolled 7 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>1815086
>>
Rolled 4 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>1815052
QM has already said blue deals with water instead of lightning, sadly.
>>1815086
>>
Rolled 17 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>1815102
>>
17+3=20

You manage to resist the trap extremely well, and eventually the lightning begins to subside...

You back away from the book, heavily injured. It's quite clear that magic is protecting it...

Hm.

Actions

>...Investigate the room.
>Try to come up with a plan to get that silver book!
>...Leave, you aren't going to find anything valuable here...
>Write-in
>>
>>1815155
>...Investigate the room.
>>
>>1815155
..Investigate the room.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+4 anons.
>>
Rolled 20 (1d20)

>>1815245
>>
Critical Success.

You notice a hidden door behind the pedestal, which you manage to open after feeling on the wall for a bit...

Do you want to go down into it, or no?

>Stay back and leave...
>Go down!
>Write-in
>>
>>1815382
>Go down!
>>
>>1815382
>Go down!
>>
Are anons sure? You are quite low on health right now, and you can always come back later.
>>
>>1815432
I want that book damnit. It's going to be something good.
>>
>>1815432
>You are quite low on health right now, and you can always come back later.
let's head out then if we can come back.
>>
Waiting for one more vote anons.
>>
>>1815382
Go down
>>
>>1815382

>Stay back and leave...
>>
Rolled 1 (1d2)

Rolling.

1=GO down.
2=Stay back.
>>
You go down...

Do you want to take Elslif or no?

>Take Elslif.
>Leave her here...
>Write-in
>>
>>1816128
>Take Elslif.
YEAH!
>>
>>1816128
>Take Elslif.
>>
>>1816128

>Leave her here...
Yes, let's take our fucking 4-year-old-in-human-years daughter into a fucking dungeon, what's the worst that could happen? It's not like we just took 6000 damage. No, let's watch her trip a trap, get skewered on a spike like a roast pig, and have to explain why her daughter is now dead to a soon-to-be-grieving-murderous Elizabeth. Yes, I see nothing wrong with this.
>>
>>1816159
I can spunderstnad cocnerns about taking Elisif with us, although leaving her by herself in a place we're unsure of might also put her at risk.
>>
>these grammar mistakes
time to commit seppuku
>>
>>1816180

Honestly, I think that we should leave, heal, and come back later without her. We know where the location is, the stuff isn't going anywhere, and we can afford to be patient. We've lost over half our hp, and we should really get it back. Elslif can stay with the kobolds while we go down into what is obviously a Final Boss encounter, since the loot is already on display.
>>
Waiting fifteen minutes anons.
>>
>>1816190
I'd support this course of action
>>
Let's not bring Elisif into the dungeon, m'kay
>>
You decide to leave the dungeon and take Elslif back home.

Roll me a 1d20-5 by the way anons.
>>
Rolled 14 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1816285
>>
Rolled 8 (1d20)

>>1816285
>>
14-5=9

You continue along, when you notice something coming towards you... A large, black bolt...

It hits you right on the chest, and seemingly does nothing.

Huh.

...That's of course, when you feel quite a bit of pain in your central chest...

What do?

>Try to continue on, and ignore the pain.
>...Try to find a way to examine what is causing the pain?
>Write-in
>>
>>1816322
>Write-in
>Black bolt
This is necrotic energy
Try to sense if this necrotic energy is doing anything to us right now and if so counter the effects
>>
>>1816322
>...Try to find a way to examine what is causing the pain?
>>
>>1816325


Basically this.
>>
This is indeed necrotic energy, and it is effecting you right now!

...You can't help but sneeze uncontrollably...
You seem to be catching somesort of sickness, and you try to get out of here before it progresses anymore.

Roll me a 1d20+3 anons.

+2 for trying to retrace your steps.
+1 for trying to focus while slowly becoming sick.
+1 for wondering how Liz would react to you accidently getting Elslif hurt or killed.
>>
Rolled 8 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>1816370
Liz would not be a happy dragon if Elisif died.
>>
Rolled 19 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1816370

>Go Left, Right, and follow the walls to get out.
>"Think. Focus. You can get sick after you get out of here and get to safety. Keep a claw on the wall for support, and for finding the way out. Keep Elslif safe. You can do this."
>"She wouldn't kill me, that would be letting me off easy. Instead, she's going to ruin me. She'd take all the children back to England, claim Sweden and all its assets and land holdings as hers in the divorce proceedings, convince my other wives to divorce me because I got my baby daughter killed, and then publicize the whole thing so I can never show my face in public again. The only friend I'd have left at the end would be Claw, I'd have to move into Mom's cave since I couldn't be seen in my home dimension anymore, and I'd end up going crazy and adopting the kobolds as surrogate children to try to make up for what I lost." Ren hugs Elslif close. "You can't die on Daddy! You have to stay safe, or else my life will be in shambles without you, Elslif!"
>>
Critical Success!

You manage to get the hell out of the library, and go back to the lair, still suffering from the disease, but luckily (relatively) unharmed.

By the time you get back, your coughing up gusts of ice and sneezing controllably, and dropping the local temperature severely.

You head into the lair, and collapse, face first into a comfy gold pillow of your hoard.

...God, pizza sounds delicious right now.

Soon after this, you slowly succumb to this, while thinking about pizza and hating your life thus far.

...Roll me a 1d20+1 to see if the village can help in treating you.

+2 for thinking of delicious pizza fit for a dragon emperor...
+2 for trying to get comfy, even with your somewhat small hoard, and lack of furniture... (+1 if you can try to not be embarrased of it, and just end up hating yourself for being such a fucking embarrassement of a 200 story dragon and not having a more comfy lair.)
+2 for trying to not injure the kobolds with your symptoms. No need to accidently end up killing any.
>>
Rolled 5 + 1 (1d20 + 1)

>>1816429
>>
Rolled 16 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>1816429

>Septuple Meat Lovers. With stuffed crust, with butter brushed over it, and a nice, stiff, bready crust to hold everything without the toppings sliding off. Sixty inches wide, this is a majestic pizza meant for the majesty of dragon form, after all.
>Gold coin pillow, and try to pull what little gold we have remaining over us like a blanket, laying on the floor on top of whatever cloth and spare clothing the kobolds happen to have. "Ugh...I..I understand that this isn't my main hoard, and it'll grow over time, but I'm laying on freaking spare clothing, it isn't even cashmere, or alpaca, or silk, or any other fine cloth! Fuck this is sad...I should at least get the kobolds something better to use for cloth, then they can sell it for more gold. Maybe I should consider some spinners and weavers...or something, maybe, god this is just so sad I'm considering SHEEP over just laying here, practically naked and uncovered by this sad and pathetic hoard!"
>Cover up our snout with the first piece of fabric or other covering we can find, have Elslif tell them that we need to be alone to rest, and make a beeline for our lair, while avoiding as many as possible.
>>
16+7=23

The village begins to treat you and you feel better already, with their strange drinks and herbs...

The next day eventually rolls around, and you still feel like shit, to be honest.

A kobold shyly pokes your snout.

"Great dragon?"

".......Whaaat the fuck is it now..." You say, grumpy and clearly not wanting to be bothered.

"Erm... There's some evil adventurers here to see you."

"...Evil adventurers?"

"...Evil-aligned, divine dragon. They're looking for a great patron such as you, and adventure to pursue."

"Great... Can they get me something for lunch?"

"...Erh..."

"...Tell them to come back when they bring me back a septuple... Hang on a moment..."

You sneeze on the side of the wall.

"...Make that a tredecuple, actually... Tredecuple meat lover's with stuffed crust, butter all over it... Yeah, extra pepperoni..."

The kobold seems confused, and leaves to tell the adventurers this while you roll over in pain, anguish, and general misery.

...Wait.

Adventurers?

Evil aligned adventurers?

Looking for a quest from you?

...Huh.

Actions

>...Maybe you should actually talk to them and not just send them out to get you a fucking pizza.
>...Nah, this is their hazing. Besides, it means you don't get bothered... Also, pizza...
>Write-in
>>
>>1816520

>...Nah, this is their hazing. Besides, it means you don't get bothered... Also, pizza...

Fetch Quests, ahoy! It's always better to be a quest giver than a quester.
>>
>>1816520
>...Nah, this is their hazing. Besides, it means you don't get bothered... Also, pizza...
>>
You let the adventurers wander off, and continue to wallow in pain and misery.

Elslif however, attempts to cheer you up while you recover, and two days later goes by.

You wake up, in your lair which is basically now completely surrounded in ice, and find yourself unable to sleep. You've been starving for Tiamat knows how long, and these kobolds lack enough food to feed you, a 200 story dragon. They could feed Elslif, for a time, sure. But you? You require more then petty scraps...

....Also, dreaming of pizza and other delicious food has gotten you fucking hungry and you really want something to eat.

Actions

>...Ask if Elslif wants anything when you go out to get some food?
>...Head to your dimension and get something at a fast food place or something, though you'll need to be somewhat destructive.
>...Well, you could always try raiding... Though doing it while your so grouchy and sick could be pretty bad.
>...See if you can get the kobolds to look for more adventurers or something so you don't even need to leave your house.
>Write-in
>>
>>1816538
Also

>Wait for adventurers to bring pizza back.
>>
>>1816538
Wait for the pizza
>>
>>1816538

>Wait for adventurers to bring pizza back.

We must wait to see if they are competent enough to raid the dungeon for the book at the end. If they aren't, then hey, instead of bringing lunch, they ARE lunch!
>>
Two more days go by, and you feel yourself becoming more and more hungry. Eventually, one of the kobolds disturbs your rest.

"Great dragon, the adventurers have come back."

"Oh thank the heavens. They have my pizza, correct?"

"...Erh, yes. What's a pizza?"

"...Doesn't matter. Bring it here."

The kobold comes back a few minutes later, with a pizza box. It's quite small, but eh... It says it comes from a mage's guild, apparently.

"...My lord?"

'Yes?"

"...The um, the adventurers want their pay."

You have about 40,000 in gold coins.

How much do you want to pay the adventurers?

>Nom. You need some appetizers.
>...Don't give them a tip.
>1 gp
>5 gp
>10 gp
>15 gp
>20 gp
>...Wait a minute, double check the pizza and make sure it's SPECIFICALLY what you asked for.
>Write-in for proper tipping amounts
>>
>>1816571

>...Wait a minute, double check the pizza and make sure it's SPECIFICALLY what you asked for.

If it's a fucking Garden Pizza, they're lunch.
>>
You open it carefully.

...First of all, it's small. About the size of a fucking pie. A tiny pie. A pie meant for humans, not for manly dragons like you.

Secondly, it's fucking flat bread, with herbs and olives on it.

Thirdly, THERE IS NO FUCKING BUTTER ON IT.

Actions

>...Flip your shit at this, and find whoever is making this travesty of a pizza.
>Nom the adventurers.
>...Keep calm, and eat it. Maybe it's decent?
>(((Shrewd Mind))): Take advantage of this lack of proper pizza making facillities to attempt to make a business making true, 100%, original draconic pizzas.
>Write-in
>Write-in
>>
>>1816584

>(((Shrewd Mind))): Take advantage of this lack of proper pizza making facillities to attempt to make a business making true, 100%, original draconic pizzas.

Conscript the adventurers into making a proper pizza, on pain of nomming. Evil nomming. Draconic nomming. Only after they've mastered the pizza arts, can they be trusted to quest further in our name.
>>
>>1816584
>...Keep calm, and eat it. Maybe it's decent?
>(((Shrewd Mind))): Take advantage of this lack of proper pizza making facillities to attempt to make a business making true, 100%, original draconic pizzas.
It still sounds like a decent pizza
>>
You of course, conscript the adventurers.

Which are of course, a large human in black armor, kind of like a knight, but not, then a pretty cute drow ranger... Oh, and also a strange halfling with down's syndrome who looks like a rogue and suspicious as fuck, and also a dwarf who looks like he just came along because there was money.

Roll me a 1d20+2 anons to teach adventurers how to make pizza.

+2 for properly making a draconic pizza.
+2 for telling them how to make it fit for a emperor. Dragon emperor, you should add.
+2 for threatening and being very, very pissed.
+1 thinking about how you'll make a shitload of money if you do commercialize these here.
>>
Rolled 16 (1d20)

>>1816614
>>
Rolled 3 + 2 (1d20 + 2)

>>1816614
>>
Rolled 15 + 2 (1d20 + 2)

>>1816824
>>
16+2=18

You manage to teach the adventurers how to make a pizza (somewhat) worthy of a dragon, while coming up with a variety of ways to profit off this...

Actions

>...See about contracting your most business like son, Basil if he'd be interested in doing this. (Boosts opinion with Basil, plus maybe have some bonding with him in the future? Most of the profits would go to him though.)
>...You'd rather handle this yourself. See about trying to start a sort of pizza chain in this dimension, for maximium profit... (You'd get plenty of income, plus, who doesn't want to spread consumerism to other dimensions with foolish adventurers, and probably become the leading cause of obesity?)
>Nah, this is a dumb fucking idea... (Forget about the idea.)
>Write-in
>>
>>1819360
>Nah, this is a dumb fucking idea... (Forget about the idea.)
>>
>>1819360
>...See about contracting your most business like son, Basil if he'd be interested in doing this. (Boosts opinion with Basil, plus maybe have some bonding with him in the future? Most of the profits would go to him though.)
More income and he can take care of it in the background.
>>
>>1819360
> Nah, this is a dumb fucking idea... (Forget about the idea.)
>>
>>1819360
>>...See about contracting your most business like son, Basil if he'd be interested in doing this. (Boosts opinion with Basil, plus maybe have some bonding with him in the future? Most of the profits would go to him though.)
>>
>>1819360
> Nah, this is a dumb fucking idea... (Forget about the idea.)
>>
>>1819360
>...See about contracting your most business like son, Basil if he'd be interested in doing this. (Boosts opinion with Basil, plus maybe have some bonding with him in the future? Most of the profits would go to him though.)

Effortless money.
>>
>>1819360
>>1819360
>...See about contracting your most business like son, Basil if he'd be interested in doing this. (Boosts opinion with Basil, plus maybe have some bonding with him in the future? Most of the profits would go to him though.)
I'll switch to this since good relations with Basil is better and not to hold up the quest.
>>
You decide to get Basil to do this, when you go back home.

After this, you go back to attempting to rest from your sickness, which is slowly getting better.

...Of course, not even your headmates can't annoy, and the only good thing is Elslif being cute and childlike around you.

Eventually, time goes by and you recover fully, finally...
You do note that Elslif is no where to really be seen.

With all that being done, you notice the kobolds have remodeled a bit, their hovels looking a bit nicer and the foundations being made of well-carved stone...

Huh, seems like the kobolds have been busy while you were gone.

Actions


>Leave and visit someone.
>...Elslif is probably playing hide and seek or doing something. Try to find her.
>Maybe you should find that drow sorceress again?
>Maybe you should explore the underground river and see where it goes?
>Do some talent scouting among your kobolds. Maybe some of them might have good ideas or special skills?
>Deal with the human refugees.
>Deal with this "littering" problem.
>Construct some stuff!
>Look into teching up the kobolds more!
>Attempt to gather more kobolds!
>Write-in
>>
>>1821436
>>Deal with this "littering" problem.
>>Construct some stuff!
If this is where we'll reside. It needs to be worthy of us.
>>
>>1821436
>Deal with this "littering" problem.
>Construct some stuff!
Maybe get more kobolds as well. We did just expand the place by Luke 600%
>>
>>1821436

>...Elslif is probably playing hide and seek or doing something. Try to find her.
>Deal with this "littering" problem.

If nothing else, at least send a kobold to fetch her for us. It makes me uneasy if she's out of sight for too long and we can't find her.
>>
You decide to deal with the whole littering problem.

Actions

>...Come up with a way to easily dispose of unwanted materials. Don't you have a lava forge you can use?
>...Institute punishments for littering in your land?
>...Have the kobold's kids run around and collect garbage for rewards. That's good, right?
>...Make a dedicated job to cleaning up the tribe.
>Write-in
>>
>>1821675
>>...Come up with a way to easily dispose of unwanted materials. Don't you have a lava forge you can use?
>>...Institute punishments for littering in your land?
>>...Have the kobold's kids run around and collect garbage for rewards. That's good, right?
>>...Make a dedicated job to cleaning up the tribe.
All of the above.
>>
>>1821675
>...Come up with a way to easily dispose of unwanted materials. Don't you have a lava forge you can use?
>>
You come up with using the lava forge to dispose of garbage, and institute punishments for littering.

...What exactly should your punishments be for those who litter?

>...A warning.
>Slightly increased taxes.
>...Them being forced to pick up all the garbage, of course.
>Forced to write tablets about how great you are. (...Slightly increase Renexizious's happiness whenever people litter.)
>Execution. (...Downright tyrannical!)
>Write-in
>>
>>1821731
>...Them being forced to pick up all the garbage, of course.
>>
>>1821731
>>...Them being forced to pick up all the garbage, of course.
This really is worse than death sometimes.
and
>Forced to write tablets about how great you are. (...Slightly increase Renexizious's happiness whenever people litter.)
of course.
>>
You of course, decide to have them forced to pick up garbage AND write tablets about how great you are, of course.

What rewards do you want to get kobold kids for cleaning up and collecting garbage?

>...Your eternal gratitude?
>An allowance of money? (A paltry sum, and also helps the wealth of your kobolds.)
>Write-in for ideas.
>>
>>1821844
>>An allowance of money? (A paltry sum, and also helps the wealth of your kobolds.
Wealth goes around and back to us
>>
>>1821844
>An allowance of money? (A paltry sum, and also helps the wealth of your kobolds.)
>>
Allowance it is.

With this done, you ask a kobold where your daughter went. He quickly answers with that she went out looking for something to help you recover from your sickness.

Damn it...

Actions

>Go out looking yourself.
>...Send a kobold out to find her.
>Continue working.
>>
>>1822052
>Go out looking yourself.
>>
>>1822052
>>Go out looking yourself.
>>
You decide to go out looking for your daughter.

Roll me a 1d20+4 anons.
>>
Rolled 20 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1822487
>>
Critical Success!

What do you want to have happen?

>You find Elslif perfectly fine and in good health, and tell her to never adventure out by herself, and she of course, listens to you.
>...Encourage her to adventure out more, but tell her to do it when she gets older.
>Get a large opinion boost with Elslif. (You currently are at 80)
>Write-in for ideas.
>>
>>1822598
>>...Encourage her to adventure out more, but tell her to do it when she gets older.
>>Get a large opinion boost with Elslif. (You currently are at 80)
Pushing my luck >.>
>>
>>1822606
Choose one anon, please.
>>
>>1822606
The second
>>
>>1822598

>...Encourage her to adventure out more, but tell her to do it when she gets older.
>>
>>1822598
>Get a large opinion boost with Elslif. (You currently are at 80)
>>
You find Elslif apparently wandering in a forest, land by her, and of course, tell her to go back to the lair...

...And you can't help but also tell her that although you do appreciate the fact she went out to try and find a way to help you, you are indeed fine.

Once you get back home, you spend some quality time with Elslif mostly telling her some stories about you, her mom, etc...

...She eventually passes out after your fourth story, and you think she's more then happy that your fine and perfectly alright.

After this, you set into practice building some things...

What do you want to do?

>Construct more residential buildings!
>See about constructing some buildings to help the craft bolds at.
>Construct some defenses!
>Spruce up your lair!
>Write-in
>>
>>1822728
>>Construct some defenses!
watch your ass.
>>
>>1822728

>Construct more residential buildings!
>See about constructing some buildings to help the craft bolds at.

Teach the craftbolds some civil engineering and architexture, kill two Tzeenchian daemon birds with one stone.
>>
Elslif also now has the max relationship perk: Daddy's Girl - Elisif is enamored by Renexious' hobbies, and tries to emulate them to impress him. She has learning bonuses to learning any skill Renexious has, and he has a bonus to teaching her his skills.

Shamelessly posted in the discord by a good anon, and it seems like a good idea, so it's now canon.

You decide to construct some more residential, along with more crafting buildings and defenses...

You currently have four clan houses, which is enough to house about 80 kobolds.

What do?

>See about trying to move to family based housing. (Smaller, more spread out housing, helping limit the spread of disease and limit the damage done by fire. Tends to also be much less cramped.)
>Construct extensions to the kobold clan houses. (Remain with clan housing.)
>See about having a few kobolds dedicated to constructing housing so you don't have to bother with it.
>Try to bring housing outside to limit space taken up.
>...See about making cramped apartment housing. (Increases damage done by fires, but doesn't take up too much room.
>...See about making these hovels more advanced...
>(Hellenic Unique): See about introducing these kobolds to proper Roman housing techniques... (Tends to look beautiful, though takes quite a while to build and is very, very advanced for your kobolds.)
>Write-in
>>
>>1822848
>(Hellenic Unique): See about introducing these kobolds to proper Roman housing techniques... (Tends to look beautiful, though takes quite a while to build and is very, very advanced for your kobolds.
>>
>>1822848
>(Hellenic Unique): See about introducing these kobolds to proper Roman housing techniques... (Tends to look beautiful, though takes quite a while to build and is very, very advanced for your kobolds.)
>>
>>1823717
>(Hellenic Unique): See about introducing these kobolds to proper Roman housing techniques... (Tends to look beautiful, though takes quite a while to build and is very, very advanced for your kobolds.)
>>
Hellenic it is.

Roll me a 1d20+4 to see how well you get your kobolds to adopt this.
>>
Rolled 6 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1824706
>>
Rolled 20 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1824706
>>
Well.

Choose one.

>Kobolds gain massive skill with architecture and engineering, and get access to advanced technology involving it.
>Write-in for any other ideas.
>>
>>1824747
>Kobolds gain massive skill with architecture and engineering, and get access to advanced technology involving it.
>>
Kobolds now have massive skill with architecture and engineering.

Your kobolds have also learned...

Roman Concrete (Hard to make, but extremely durable, better then your concrete even!)
Roman Heating (Kobolds learn how to heat and cool things and how to make pipes/having running water brought to their very home.

What exactly do you want the kobold's clan houses to more closely represent?

>Insulae (Kobold's clan houses will more represent apartments.)
>Villa (Kobold's clan houses will more represent well-to-do country houses... Very large, but very striking to look at.)
>Domus (Kobold's clan houses will represent urban upper class housing. )
>Write-in for other things you might want it to look like?

Note that these will hold a similar amount of people, but will simply look different/might be more attractive.
>>
>>1824848
>Insulae (Kobold's clan houses will more represent apartments.)
Kobolds love to fuck we need rooms.
>>
>>1824848

>Insulae (Kobold's clan houses will more represent apartments.)

Have there be a central courtyard/meeting area in the center, and have the complex itself wrap around the center courtyard.
>>
Insulae it is.

...Just curious, what do anons want to set as the standard for their insulae?

>Water (Choose between just normal water, or heated/cold water! Takes additional time to build, but you can also go by demand.)
>Construction Material (Stone, Wood, or Concrete. Concrete is very hard to make, and takes quite a bit of resources, but is very durable and reduces chances of fire. Your stone on the otherhand is much cheaper and easier to make, along with a tendency to be more aesthetically pleasing thanks to having skilled artisans. Wood is very cheap and easy to get, but also very flammable and won't hold together well, and you have a limited amount of it.)
>Heating (Install heating pipes/cooling pipes. This increases quality of life, but takes longer to do.)

By the way...

Do you want your kobolds to focus on building it faster, or having it last longer/typically look better?

>Faster.
>Last longer/look better.
>>
>>1824880
>Construction Material (Stone, Wood, or Concrete. Concrete is very hard to make, and takes quite a bit of resources, but is very durable and reduces chances of fire. Your stone on the otherhand is much cheaper and easier to make, along with a tendency to be more aesthetically pleasing thanks to having skilled artisans. Wood is very cheap and easy to get, but also very flammable and won't hold together well, and you have a limited amount of it.)
Quick. Kobolds are a hardy race. they can have great material and make it now now now. Anything else is too long lived for the ratty bastards.
>>
>>1824880
>>1824880
>Construction Material (Stone, Wood, or Concrete. Concrete is very hard to make, and takes quite a bit of resources, but is very durable and reduces chances of fire. Your stone on the otherhand is much cheaper and easier to make, along with a tendency to be more aesthetically pleasing thanks to having skilled artisans. Wood is very cheap and easy to get, but also very flammable and won't hold together well, and you have a limited amount of it.)
>Faster.
Stone
>>
>>1824880

>Normal water
>Construction Material: Stone
>Install heating/cooling pipes
>>
>>1824880
>normal water
>stone
>quick
>>
You decide to use normal water, construct it as fast as possible, and install heating and cooling pipes, and use stone.

You set up four insula, each of which will take five months to build.

You then move into constructing some defenses.

There is currently a pallisade set up in the front, and the barebones beginning of a stone wall.

What do?

>...Attempt to redraw the plans for the walls to be made out of concrete, rather then stone.
>Extend the wall to cover outside.
>Have a wall in the back, by the underground river.
>Set up some towers to poke out of the mountainside for scouting, and to increase your defenses.
>Set up a moat.
>Implement some traps by the wall.
>Do nothing.
>Write-in
>Write-in
>>
>>1825436
>Set up a moat.
This and the stone wall will probably be the most cost and time effective defenses.
>>
>>1825436
>>Have a wall in the back, by the underground river.
I'm worried about underground. We'll make the drow pay for it!
>>
>>1825471
How about after this we'll explore the underground.
>>
>>1825552
Sure
>Set up a moat
>>
>>1825436

>Extend the wall to cover outside.
>Have a wall in the back, by the underground river.
>>
You set up a moat...

What do you want it to be made out of?

>Water
>Lava
>Nothing
>>
>>1825928
>>Lava
Cleans up garbage, litter, and undisciplined children
>>
>>1825928
>Lava
>>
Lava it is.

Roll me a 1d20+5 to see how well this whole "putting lava in the front of your base" goes.

+2 for trying to take necessary precautions.
>>
Rolled 8 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1827752
>>
Rolled 19 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1827752
Tell kobolds to remain indoors and away from the lava
>>
Critical Success!

You dig a large trench and begin to pipe lava into it. You also manage to deal with the whole "cooling down" problem in a simple way, via enchantment, of course.

With that done, you begin to also set up a wall in the back, by the underground river...

Do you want it made out of wood, stone, or concrete?

>Wood. (Takes the shortest!)
>Stone.
>Concrete (Takes the longest!)
>>
>>1827819
>Wood. (Takes the shortest!)
We are going to be investigating it soon so anything there will probably be solved.
>>
You order a wooden wall to be built in the back of the lair...

Would anons like to do anything else?

>Construct more!
>Investigate the river.
>...Take a break for a while.
>Switch to what Elizabeth is doing?
>Write-in
>>
>>1827889
>Investigate the river.
>>
You decide to investigate the river.

What form anons?

>Dragon form. (Your 5 story form is the max that can fit in it.)
>Half-dragon Form
>Dragotaur Form
>Human Form
>Dwarf Form
>Drow Form
>Write-in
>>
>>1828274
>Drow Form
Just because I have the suspicion there's Drow here.
>>
>>1828274
>m
>>1828355
>this
>>
Drow form it is.

You investigate the river.

Roll me a 1d20-5 anons.
>>
Rolled 20 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>1828746
>>1828746
>heart of the dice
>>
I have a doctor's appointment tommorow anons, so I might be dead for a long time tommorow.

Critical Success!

You wander through the caves, until you come to what seems to be a large, underground gate, an absolutely huge one, with the river flowing in a side passage, you unable to follow without swimming. The gate itself is huge, taking up the entire cavern.

On closer examination, it seems completely covered in Dwarven runes, engravings, and beside the gate, seems to be the slow and steady flow of lava in somesort of aesthetic manner.

You try to push the door, to little to no success. It seems simply too heavy for you to push, as it seems to be made out of steel, as old as it may be.

What do?

>Shift to a larger form and try to push the colossal gate open.
>Try to swim down the riverway, maybe that might let you get in.
>Attempt to burrow into this!
>Leave.
>Write-in
>>
>>1828871
I'm not sure what the other anons think so I'm going to not decide until they're around but
>>write in
>change Drow Form to Dwarfish form
We should at least do that
>>
>>1828871
>Burrow

>>1828888
Both saying check'em and also to shapeshift
>>
You shift to dwarf form, and attempt to read the runes and engravings.

Most of which are simply just a history on what seems to be an underground fortress, famed for it's wealth and... Underground volcanic activity.

Hm.

Actions

>Burrow.
>Swim down the riverway?
>Try to open the doors?
>Write-in
>>
>>1828915
>volcanic activity
Let's not burrow. Let's take a larger form and see if we can open the door.
>>
You attempt to push the door in your dragon form...

...With your fuckhueg and massive strength, you manage to open it a crack...

Roll me a 1d20+4 to see if you can open this fucking door.

+2 for trying to find a way to put more force behind your push!
>>
Rolled 2 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1828932
>just a little
>>
Allowing samefags.
>>
Rolled 3 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1828932
>>
Rolled 14 (1d20)

>>1828941
>eye of the north star MAXED
>>
...Do anons want to use Eye of the North Star?

>Yes. (You'll get in, but at what cost?)
>No.
>>
>>1828944
>Yes
>>
>>1828944
>Yes
>>
You can't help but get angry at this fucking door.

...It takes nearly half an hour to build up your anger, and hatred for things stronger and bigger then you to finally trigger your eye...

And you black out.

Roll me a 1d100 anons.
>>
Rolled 51 (1d100)

>>1828972
>Update
>>
Roll me a 1d20+14.
>>
Rolled 5 + 14 (1d20 + 14)

>>1828975
>>
Rolled 20 + 14 (1d20 + 14)

>>1828976
>same fagging
>>
Critical Success.

Oh fuck my fucking life.

Roll me a 1d20+4 to see if any more shit happens.
>>
Rolled 4 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1828978
>POWER
>>
Rolled 8 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1828978
>>
>>1828979
>MORE POWER!
>>
Rolled 6 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>1828981
oops
>>
Soon after blacking out, you recollect yourself...

Mostly noting that in fact, you have literally just fucking drop kicked the door in your dragon form, and knocked it the FUCK down. You of course, angrily go inside this fucking dwarven fortress, only to see a somewhat confused, large, umber hulk in front of you. About your size too, and undead, judging from the lack of skin or whatever.

"GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY!" You yell, and charge the umber hulk, who seems somewhat surprised, as you grab him, put your left wing under his fucking neck, and lift him up, with your absurd, freakish strength.

You begin to choke him out, and laugh a bit cruelly, and you then SUPLEX THE UMBER HULK, and promptly body slam it, blowing it's head off it's body, with it's torso's innards having turned to absolute mush.

You pick up the umber hulk's body, and break it's spine over your leg. FUCK YEAH.

When did you exactly learn how to walk on two fe-

SHUT THE FUCK UP BEFORE I FUCKING TEAR OUT YOUR SKULL AND USE IT AS A FUCKING TOOTH PICK

Quoth shuts up, as you survey the ruins of what seems to be a destroyed dwarven city, with a large, gleaming palace in front of you.

...You of course, notice a human skeleton coming out of it, with a staff, and somewhat confused. Also, in a fucking pansy fucking dress or something.

...He looks up at you, very, very confused.

You of course, turn your attention towards him.

"HEY, FAGGOT! GET ME A FUCKING DRINK!"

The skeleton seems somewhat confused, and walks inside the palace, while you generally mess around.

That's of course, about the time you found the alcohol barrels and went pitch black drunk drinking it.

Eventually, you wake up an hour later, in a hot relaxing bath, and barrels of alcohol all over.

...What the fuck.

In front of you, seems to be a very, prestigious skeleton, seemingly talking to you, dressed in overbearing red robes, with a crown on his head, and seems to be... Laughing? At least, you hear laughing. He seems to be just opening his mouth.

"Of course, I have to say, the last time I've ever had the pleasure of discussing the Aegemenan theory with was my fifth wife... I daresay, the most smartest out of them. Too bad she tried to kill me, but eh, most of them do. Being a lich, and all that."

"...Erh..."

"Now, I have to say, the last time I entertained a guest was centuries ago! Back when I had other fleshlings to talk to... Of course, the dead don't provide much conversation, especially once their souls put you on a block list..."

"Hey uh... Who are you?'

"...I'm Grand Emperor Razaleius IX of Valdaria. I forgot to introduce myself, my apologies! You won't believe how grateful I am to hear another person speak after being trapped for so long by cruel, cruel mortals... Erh, bad mortals. Not mortals like you..."
He attempts to apologize to you. Huh.

Continued.
>>
"You know, I have to admit, you are very strange for a dragon! Quite unlike any other I met so far!"

"...Hm?"

"Well, most dragons are very reclusive and cultured, but you are quite unlike anything I've seen!"

"...Thanks?"

"I forget to thank you for freeing me from my eternal prison, by the way... So I suppose, I should give you something from my treasury."

"...Really?"

"Well, of course... But first, can we chatter some more? I have scarcely had such interesting conversations, even though it is primarily focused around your menial desires!"

"...My desires aren't menial."

"Ah, my apologies. You were talking about women, correct?"

"...Erh... I don't remember."

"Ah, don't worry about it. I myself gave up women long ago, when I was far younger. Mostly because none would really gaze upon me for.. Well, obvious reasons, of being a lich. Along with being trapped here. Did I mention how fascinating draconic biology is? In fact, I remember how..."

You spend the next few hours with the lich, conversing with him about... Well, everything. He's very eager to listen, and seems to be overwhelming in terms of gratitude.

"...Anything else?"

"Well, of course! Have you heard of the collected works of Galedemus?"

"...Gale... Galememerus?"

"You absolutely must read it!"

"...I erh... I haven't exactly eaten anything, and I'm starving... Not to mention exhausted of conversation."

He seems a bit... Well, disappointed. He stops hovering in the air too.

"...Oh, I erh... I see."

"...Now, can I see your treasury?"

"...Well, that might be a bit difficult."

"...Why?"

"Mostly because my guardians would annihilate you. But just checking, you are indeed, a dragon, yes?"

"...Yes?"

"Just wondering, why exactly have your kind not succumbed to hunger? A dragon's diet is over 6000,000 thalories..."

...The conversation continues, until he finally relents, satisified with his questions.

"Well, if you are really itching to receive your reward, I could take you to it now."

"...Ah."

"...You are sure you don't want to talk anymore?"

"Yes, yes I am."

"...Oh. Right. Well... Erh, just curious, would you also be interested in seeing my laboratory?"

"Erh..."

"Well, I've gone eras without anyone looking over my work... I would enjoy it if someone would look over it for any mistakes."

"...No one else?"

"Well, none... Well... Besides the rare adventuring party, or young dragon seeking power... They never come to talk though. Always tell me to hurry up..."
>>
He sighs.

"I do remember one dragoness however, a few years ago asking me plenty of questions. She comes around once in a while to see the library, and to talk about things. Very smart, but she's erh... What do you call it..."

"Hm?"

He pauses, and thinks, eventually coming to a solution, mostly because he pokes his finger up, as if he found an answer.

"Ah. She's very ambitious, yes... Quite so! Now, what were we talking about before?"

"I was going to see your lab. Or treasury."

"Ah, ah... Which one did you prefer again? I think I forgot."

Actions

>...The lab.
>...The treasury.
>...Actually, I'd like to talk a bit more, lich.
>...Just wondering, could I call you Raz?
>Write-in
>>
>>1829042

>...Just wondering, could I call you Raz?
>>
>>1829042
>>...The lab.
Mad scientist go
>>
"Just curious, could I call you Raz?"

"...That works too, I suppose."

"How about the lab?"

"Ah, the lab... I've left it in a dismal state, so I hope you don't exactly judge... It's erh, hard to explain... Let me just say that it's very hard to write without paper, so I've had some skeletons of the dwarves here make me stone tablets."

"I see."

"By the way, is there a particular reason why you were able to be a bipedal dragon earlier? I don't precisely believe I've ever heard of such a thing, let alone one who can break down an enchanted dwarven gate."

"Don't worry about it, alright? I'm just known as a lady-killer back home, with my muscles."

"Interesting fun fact, did you know most dragon muscles in fact, have an element containing high amounts of protein, along with being able to enhance muscular strength in humans? A very interesting observation I made on my notes..."

"Erh..."

The lich rambles a bit, and eventually you go inside his lab, which is primitive, and surely lacking... And covered in tablets.

"By the way, if you see any tablets with a thin strip of red paint, don't read them. They're liable to cause demonic posession. Also, don't read blue marked tablets, they're liable to cause your limbs to teleport to other planes of existance."

"...Wait, you study planar teleportation?"

"Yes, mostly those dimensional portals that you can find in certain places."

"...You know about those?"

He laughs a bit, which sounds like the chittering of bone.

"Of course! It's a remarkable thing, if a bit complicated."

Actions

>...I'm not really interested, sorry.
>...How about a brief explanation?
>How about a lengthy one?
>...How about you tell me why people tend to not notice them or care about them? I mean, I'm surprised I don't get dragons coming from here more often in my dimension.
>Write-in
>>
>>1829057
>>How about a lengthy one?
>Sorry QM
>>
>>1829057

>...How about you tell me why people tend to not notice them or care about them? I mean, I'm surprised I don't get dragons coming from here more often in my dimension.
>>
He gives you a very, very lengthy explanation.

...Which translates to roughly that they're tears in the fabric of reality leading to drastically different timelines, and these tears are usually caused by gods trying to advance themselves via sending champions to other dimensions, and said portals are usually only able to be used by the champions of gods, and none else. Not even dragons.

"...Wait, how was I able to get here then?"

"Well, likely because a god has championed you. It's rare, I believe."

"...What about my friends?"

"...Well, likely another god has let them through..."

...Fuck, this is confusing.

He continues to explain that a select few portals tend to pop up randomly or for a certain amount of time, or otherwise be visible to only champions of gods, which is rare.

"...So I might be a champion?"

"Maybe. Or you could of eaten one. But the portals are rarely opened... There's a few public ones, at least in my time. There's also the case that dragons could see it differently, I haven't exactly fleshed my theories out to your kind."

Strange.

"Well... Is there anything else?"

"...Eh, there is one thing. An artifact I was making, hopefully to breach the timeline and get rid of what caused me to end up here... Hasn't led anywhere so far, I'm not exactly sure why."

"...Where is it?"

"Eh, on a table or something. I wouldn't advise messing around with it, or anything. Timeline warpery is a very, very scary business."

You notice on a table a blue orb, and the lich nods.

"If you want, I can show you some of my other things. That actually work."

Actions

>Nah, I'd like to see how this works...
>...Sure. What else do you have?
>Can you describe better on what it does?
>Write-in
>>
>...Sure. What else do you have?
>>
>>1829065

>Nah, I'd like to see how this works...
>>
>>1829065
>Can you describe better on what it does?
>>
>>1829065
>...Sure. What else do you have?

This guy seems nice. We should recruit him.
>>
>>1829407
I would love to have him in our cabinet.
>>
>>1829407
>>1829414
Ask what flames and solaire think
>>
"So uh, what exactly does it do?"

"Well, mostly clean up mistakes. Of course, gods and such don't like it too much, so I'd imagine you could only get away with changing the past for so long."

"Huh. What else do you have?"

The lich thinks a bit.

"...Erh, hm... Ah, I have some transmutation experiments in the back, mostly from copper to gold, or metals to adamantine."

"...Adamantine?"

"...My apologies if you've never heard of the metal, but it is truly a fascinating material... It's a strangely light metal, similar to silk, but just as tough as steel, if not more so. The dwarves here have found it, but of course, the reason they aren't still around is quite obvious once you explore the sealed up mines."

"...Erh..."

"You know, demons and such. Mining adamantine requires you to get awfully comfortable with living a foot away from hell. Anyways, the transmutation experiments have all come to fruition save the adamantine one."

"I see..."

The lich floats up in the air, and you follow him, and he eventually guides you to what seems to be a large metal gauntlet, seemingly brass or bronze.

"This one is a bit more interesting, mostly an applied use of trans-dimensional warpery, which should in theory, allow for you to teleport the gauntlet to punch someone. It works well, but the only problem is that it has a tendency to not be rooted in reality."

"What do you mean?"

"...Try touching it."

You attempt to touch the gauntlet. Your hand phases strangely through it.

"So of course, the punching applications of a teleporting gauntlet are quite limited, but thankfully it's not revolutionizing mail bombs."

"Yeah."

"...The rest of my inventions are mostly quality of life. Such as cleaning supplies."

"...Cleaning supplies?"

"Mostly so I don't run around in dirty robes with dust and spiders and other things in it. Also so I don't have to spend my days cleaning up dust gathering up around here."

"I see. Is that all?"

"Yes, mostly. I probably have a few projects lying around that I've forgotten about, but that's really it."

"Ah."

"Any questions? I certainly have a few for you, if you don't mind me asking."

Huh.

Actions

>...Thank him for showing you around his lab?
>Ask if you can look at one of his projects?
>See if you can get to that treasury?
>...Ask some questions to him?
>...Well, maybe you should answer his questions... Even though you've been trapped here talking to him for nearly half a day.
>Write-in
>>
>Write-in
Ask him to leave this place and join us. He can keep asking us questions in our palace.
>...Well, maybe you should answer his questions... Even though you've been trapped here talking to him for nearly half a day.
>See if you can get to that treasury?

All in this order.
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>>1829753
>...Thank him for showing you around his lab?
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>>1829758
Supporting
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"Well, I was wondering, what was your plan on after leaving this place."

"Probably the usual. Adventure around for a bit, probably seek some libraries, end up in bizzare circumstances... Sort of like when I was far younger, and actually mortal!"

"No empire building, nothing like that?"

"...I ruled an empire for what, nearly five-thousand years in a row, no sick days or breaks? I'm still sick of the mere mention of having to look over taxes or whatever emperor's do these days. Partially why I banned taxes and just relied on me summoning income."

"...Did it help?"

"Well, yes... Of course, then I ended up here, basically in forced retirement thanks to "heroes", of course.."

"Ah. Heroes got you trapped down here?"

"Ha! More as if I trapped myself down here to avoid them... Which I erh... I did not exactly do that. In all truth and honesty, it is more akin to me taking an academic trip here, then me sort of losing track of time, and realizing that the gates closed and that some god locked me down here or something."

"...Oh. Well... Now that your free, why don't you join me? I could use a powerful mage."

He sort of chitters a bit excitedly.

"Well, that very well depends. I'd be happy to stay with you, so long as you can fulfill my requests."

"Which are..."

"Mostly scientific, and social."

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>...Sounds fine, I suppose.
>...I'd rather not.
>Could you be more specific?
>Write-in
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>>1829832
>Could you be more specific?
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>>1829832
I would love it if he's actually a social progeny So he can be me
>>1829835
supporting this.
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"Could you be specific?"

"Not really, no. Mostly whatever garners my interest at the time."

"...Hm."

Actions

>...I suppose?
>...No thanks. I've changed my mind.
>Write-in
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>>1829873
>...No thanks. I've changed my mind.
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>>1829873
>>...I suppose?
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>>1829873
>Write-in
"Well I can give it a shot at the very least."
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>>1829931
I like this
>supporting
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You decide to give it a shot. What's the worst that could happen?

The lich of course, tells you to come back in a couple of days, and he should be ready to travel a bit... You however, see if you can get access to the treasury.

"Most of it's gold, whatever worth that possess to you, but feel free to take... About thirty percent of it with you as a reward for freeing me."

Actions

>Ask if you can take one of his artifacts instead?
>Collect your payment...
>...Try to bargain for more.
>...Actually, nevermind.
>Write-in
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>>1829961
>Collect your payment...
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>>1829973
This
Can we haul it in our belly?
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>>1829975
If you want it dissolved, I suppose.

Anyways, going to be dead for a while, if anons want to discuss future plans for what to door whatever, that's fine.
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>>1830050
>noble metal
>dissolve
I don't think you understand the chemistry.
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>>1829961

>Ask if you can take one of his artifacts instead?

Hey GM, can we use the gauntlet to go back in time and erase an action we've done? Like, make it so the Claw Rape Incident and resulting fallout never happened, or use it as a way to trim the waifu roster without having to have one of them killed off, but still working in our palace as an employee?
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>>1830664

I said gauntlet, but actually meant the time-travel orb.
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>>1830664
Mate no.
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>>1830664
I don't want to do this. But it feels like it needs to be done.
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>>1830891
Even assuming we knew how to use it, it pisses off gods and might not work. Seeing as he hasn't got it working.
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>>1830664
The CRI is retconned, and you can't use the gauntlets, that's orb's job.
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>>1831081

I'd like to use the orb to get us down to one wife, but keep Frankizka around as a spymaster (employee with whom we are friendly) and keep Chrysoula around as Flame's wife, but she doesn't fraternize with Ren and doesn't consider herself to be a wife of Ren's.
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>>1831363
This
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>>1831363
This
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Back for a while.

"...Say, can I use one of your artifacts?"

"Which one?"

"The orb one. Which lets you change things in the past, right?"

"...Yes, it does, though I wouldn't recommend using it."

"Really?"

"...Well, what exactly do you have in mind?"

"...Just erasing something someone did, so to speak."

"...I'd recommend being careful with that. Who knows what could happen if you change the slightest thing?"

"...Well, how long can I use it for?"

"...Well, the longest I've gotten it to work was long enough was to wander around a bit lost... So anywhere from ten to twenty minutes, I suppose."

"How does it work?"

"...Well, rubbing it, really."

Huh.

"So, yes, I can use it?'

"I suppose... Just be warned, that circumstances changing where you may not in fact find the ball or I, could have dire consquences."

"What do you mean?"

"Well, think of it as a surgery... You need to do one, very, very specific thing, and not a multitude, otherwise you may not even recognize your reality."

"...Has it happened to you?"

"What, do you think I would test that on myself? It's a good way to end up erasing yourself from existance, or worse."

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>...I suppose I can try to use it. (Specify one very, very specific thing to "remove" from the timeline, such as meeting someone or killing someone. You can in fact, erase people from it, but the consquences can be drastic.)
>...It's not worth it.
>Write-in
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>>1831438
>...I suppose I can try to use it. (Specify one very, very specific thing to "remove" from the timeline, such as meeting someone or killing someone. You can in fact, erase people from it, but the consquences can be drastic.)
Marrying and waifuing Franzizka.
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>>1831438

>...I suppose I can try to use it. (Specify one very, very specific thing to "remove" from the timeline, such as meeting someone or killing someone. You can in fact, erase people from it, but the consequences can be drastic.)

>Remove the waifus. Not marry Chrysoula as Ren and not marrying Frankizka at all. Keep both around the palace, Frankizka as spymaster and Chrysoula as Flame's wife, but Chrysoula doesn't fraternize with Ren anymore, and doesn't consider herself a wife.
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>>1831363
No. It happened accept it.

>>1831438
>...It's not worth it.
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>>1831484
>>1831507
Gentlemen. If you love something. You'll learn to let them go. It's the best thing we'll ever do for them
>Agree
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>>1831512
>accept it.
How about no
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You decide to remove the waifus.

...It's honestly as simple as going back to tell yourself to flirt around with Frankizka rather then actually end up dating and marrying her.

You also tell Flames to not mess around with women, since they're not worth it.

You eventually end up back in the library, with the lich standing next to you.

"Well, how did it go?"

"...Good, I think..."

"Well, you won't know until you head back home. What exactly did you do precisely?"

"...Well... It's complicated... It's mostly to just make my wife feel a lot better... Also so I have more time to myself."

"That's good. Just note that you'll likely fade out and forget about what you just did."

"...I don't get what you mean."

"It's a cognative effect, as memories will sort of shock you and stun you... Eventually they'll flood back, in time. Say, where exactly did you come from?"

"...A village, I think."

"Ah..."

...You feel woozy... And... Well...

You can't help but pass out.
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You wake up in a grassy field, next to what seems to be a village of people, like you.

...You also seem to be in the dirt, and you get up. You seem to be in the garb of a peasant, with a pouch of gold on your waist.

...You scratch your brown hair trying to remember how you got here. You know your name is Rennie, and you are a traveler, or something. With a huge beard. Kind of like those norsemen.

Cool.

...You don't remember exactly what your goals are though. Something, something...

...You also have two voices that talk to you, named Flames and Solaire. Flames, primarily because he wants to set things on fire, and Solaire because he's... Solaire, you guess.

You stretch a bit, and think about what your task was...

...After looking around, you notice a butter churn...

...Maybe your job was to churn butter?

Actions

>...Yeah, seems fitting. Start churning butter, maybe you can get some money.
>...No, no... This isn't it... What the hell were you doing?
>Write-in
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>>1831664
>>...Yeah, seems fitting. Start churning butter, maybe you can get some money.
First we paint the fence, wax the car. Then we rule Sweden with an iron fist.
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>>1831664

>...Yeah, seems fitting. Start churning butter, maybe you can get some money.
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You of course, begin to churn butter while trying to remember what happened.

Roll me a 1d8 by the way.
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Rolled 5 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>1831723
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Rolled 2 (1d8)

>>1831730
>oops
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Rolled 2 (1d8)

>>1831734
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Rolled 8 (1d8)

>>1831767
trips?
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2

After two hours of doing menial work, memories begin to flood back to you...

...You erh... You of course, clean yourself of the vile stench that is peasantry, and promptly head back to the kobold tribe... Or you could go home, and see what's happened due to your changes.

>Go home...
>Go to the kobold tribe.
>Write-in
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>>1831788
>>Go home...
One ponders what has passed.
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>>1831788

>Go home...
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You decide to go home.

It takes you a while, and for some reason the portal is open continently, so you take it, and begin to head home.

Eventually, you land home at night, and feeling tired, you head to bed.

It doesn't seem like much has changed, but you do notice that as you go into the living room there seems to be pictures hung of the wall. Kid's paintings, photographs of you, a very happy Elizabeth, and the kids of course, and on the coffee table seems to be a very nice, bundle of roses on the coffee table. Fresh too, and really look nice.

...Oh, there's also no minotaur fur on the couch. Great...

...Man, you'll miss the comfy you had with her... Just a bit, though.

You of course, head up the stairs, and open the door to the bedroom.

A wonderful pile of gold and jewels is awash in the living room, rising above the bed itself slightly...

With a cute green half dragon called Elizabeth reading a book in the mound of gold.

She of course, looks up and smiles.

"Oh, Ren? Your back already?"

"Hi Elizabeth."

"How was the business trip?"

"...Well, relaxing. Got a lot off my shoulders."

"That's wonderful to hear. Did you meet anyone else?"

"Yeah, a lich. He's a nice guy though, really good with magic, that sort of thing."

"Oh, wonderful. Anyone else?"

"Nah, not really."

"Ah. Well, it was rather boring with you not here. I had to go to afternoon tea with the girls, gossiping, and such."

"With the girls?"

"...Oh, you know. Frankizka, Lorriana... You know, I swear that Frankizka has a crush on you."

You chuckle a bit nervously.

"Really?"

She of course responds with a kiss.

"I wouldn't worry about it. She's a dear to be with, even with that french accent. A bit endearing, that."

"...I see?"

"Lorriana is a bit... Well, shy honestly. Always trying to hide her personality behind being a dragon, and pretending to have a superiority complex..."

"...Really?'

"She's honestly very nice once you get to know her. Not to mention a good taste in tea, I must say."

Interesting.

"How was Elslif?"

"Great. She was perfectly safe there."

"Wonderful."

"Yep."

It kind of quiets down a bit, and you get into bed next to Elizabeth, and cuddle for a bit with her, and eventually a bit closer... And then close enough where the two of you are practically hugging.

"...Ren?"

"Yeah?"

"...Why do you feel like fur?"

"...I'm erh... I'm in my half-dragon form."

You hear...

A bark in agreement.

You get the fuck up and turn on the light as fast as possible, and turn around to notice a very, very comfortable Blondi.

...And here you were, about to get a comfy make out session, maybe reconnect a bit, and maybe have some tumbling.

Fucking Blondi.

...He's just too fucking cute for you to be mad, goddamn it.

You push him to the side of the bed, and he whines a bit.

...You eventually pass out with Liz.
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Meanwhile in the middle of the night....

...By God you are so adorable sleeping... With your cute little face and snout... Not to mention your cute little chin and adorable little feet...

You wake up in a sweat, and look around... Only to see Elizabeth sleepily petting Blondi.

"Liz, are you talking?"

"Oh... Ren, by the way, I have apparently psychic powers now... It's pretty fun. Not sure why, though."

But oh my god you are so cute with your little face and chin... Aww, not to mention how adorable you look when confused...

...You don't think she knows that she's mentally talking to you.

Fucking adorable.

You end up sleeping for the next few hours with Liz, and eventually wake up a bit after Elizabeth...

You get up and get dressed in a nice suit, and hear Liz coming with your morning plate of food...

Which is this morning, preztels, dog food, and bacon with eggs.

She puts the dog food next to the bed on the gold pile, which Blondi homes into, and tears into it in a strange fit of anger. Or hunger. Or maybe he's just really eager.

You eat your breakfast while Liz tells you about how Basil, Viktor, and Renexizia have sent you cards...

...Huh.

That's of course, when you hear a whine next to you, that of a rather sad, and confused khornate demon.

...You look to see that Blondi has managed to get the bowl stuck on his face, along with melting and on fire. He seems confused as he bumps into a part of the wall.

...Huh.

Actions

>Help him out of it.
>...Just let him stumble around. It's pretty adorable.
>Write-in
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>>1832013
>...Just let him stumble around. It's pretty adorable.
aww
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>>1832013

>Help him out of it.
While watching him stumble about would be pretty adorable, cleaning the plastic dribbles off the floor would be a massive pain.
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>>1832022
I'll switch to this
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You watch him for a bit, as he attempts to boop things with his nose.

...Which kind of ends up with him being stuck and unable to move as the bowl melts onto a wall partially.

Liz attempts to not giggle at seeing this, and you of course, try to remove the melting bowl.

Of course, with your freakish strength, you ply the bowl right off his face, and he barks in gratitude and happiness.

Probably.

"...Oh, by the way, Reinhold wants you for something."

"...Reinhold?"

"You know, that priest you hang out with?"

Actions

>...Isn't he supposed to be dead?
>...You gotta see this. Go to Reinhold straight away.
>Hold this off for later.
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>>1832061

>...You gotta see this. Go to Reinhold straight away.
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This is where I'm ending the thread for tonight anons.




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